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STANTON UNIVERSITY

GENERAL CATALOG 2017-2018

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STANTON UNIVERSITY 2017–2018 CATALOG

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TABLE OF CONTENTS MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT ........................................................................................................................ 8 STANTON UNIVERSITY COMMITMENT TO EXCELLENCE ........................................................................................ 9 ACADEMIC CALENDAR ...................................................................................................................................... 10 INSTITUTIONAL INFORMATION ......................................................................................................................... 12

Stanton University Board of Trustees ................................................................................................................................... 14

California BPPE Approval ....................................................................................................................................................... 16 SEVIS Certification .................................................................................................................................................................. 16 WASC Eligibility....................................................................................................................................................................... 16

DISCLOSURE STATEMENTS................................................................................................................................ 17 ADMINISTRATIVE POLICIES AND PROCEDURES................................................................................................... 18

STUDENT RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES .......................................................................................................... 21

STUDENT SERVICES AND EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES ......................................................................................... 26 Student Record Retention Policy .......................................................................................................................................... 27 Holding of Records ................................................................................................................................................................. 27

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GENERAL ACADEMIC POLICIES .......................................................................................................................... 31

Stanton University Grading Scale .......................................................................................................................................... 35 Plus / Minus Grading .............................................................................................................................................................. 36 Pass (P) / No Pass (NP) ........................................................................................................................................................... 36 Withdrawal (W) ...................................................................................................................................................................... 36 Incomplete Grade (I) .............................................................................................................................................................. 36 In Progress (IP) ....................................................................................................................................................................... 37 Audit (AU) ............................................................................................................................................................................... 37 Retake (R) ............................................................................................................................................................................... 37 Articulation Agreements ........................................................................................................................................................ 38 Credit by Examination (Challenge Examination) .................................................................................................................. 38 Credit for Prior Experiential Learning.................................................................................................................................... 38 Credit by Advanced Placement (AP) ..................................................................................................................................... 39

Maximum Program Length .................................................................................................................................................... 41 Evaluation ............................................................................................................................................................................... 42 Associate of Applied Science in Professional Golf and Golf Complex Management Degree Program .......................42 Associate of Applied Science in Korean Culinary Art Degree...................................................................................42 Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration Degree Program.................................................................................42

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Master of Business Administration Degree Program ..............................................................................................43 Academic Probation ............................................................................................................................................................... 43 Dismissal ................................................................................................................................................................................. 43 Appeal Process ....................................................................................................................................................................... 43 Terms of Reinstatement after Dismissal ............................................................................................................................... 44 Final Dismissal ........................................................................................................................................................................ 44 Readmission ........................................................................................................................................................................... 44 Implications of Transfer Credits on SAP ................................................................................................................................ 44 Effects of Change of Program or Additional Credential on SAP .......................................................................................... 44 Effects of Withdrawals on SAP .............................................................................................................................................. 45 Effects of Incomplete Grades on SAP.................................................................................................................................... 45 Effects of Repeated Courses on SAP ..................................................................................................................................... 45 Effect of Attendance on Satisfactory Academic Progress .................................................................................................... 45 Effects of Mitigating Circumstances on SAP ......................................................................................................................... 45 Effects of Audited Class on SAP ............................................................................................................................................. 45 Effects of Non-Credit or Remedial Courses on SAP.............................................................................................................. 46 Extended-Enrollment Status.................................................................................................................................................. 46

FINANCIAL INFORMATION ................................................................................................................................ 48

COURSE NUMBERING SYSTEM .......................................................................................................................... 54 PROGRAMS OF STUDY ...................................................................................................................................... 56 CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS .................................................................................................................................. 57 Program Information ............................................................................................................................................................. 57 Program Objectives ................................................................................................................................................................ 57 Program Learning Outcomes ................................................................................................................................................. 57 Program Admission Requirements........................................................................................................................................ 58 Certificate Requirements ....................................................................................................................................................... 58 Course Requirements ............................................................................................................................................................ 58 Hygiene, Dress Code, and Draping Policies .......................................................................................................................... 58 CAMTC Certification Requirements ...................................................................................................................................... 59 Medical Massage Therapy Course Descriptions ................................................................................................................... 60

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS ......................................................................................................................... 62

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English Language Proficiency Requirements ........................................................................................................................ 62 Admission Evaluation ............................................................................................................................................................. 63 General Information .............................................................................................................................................................. 63 Application Fee ....................................................................................................................................................................... 63 Transcripts/Documents of International Education ............................................................................................................. 63 Financial Resources ................................................................................................................................................................ 64 Health Clearance .................................................................................................................................................................... 64 Visa Students (other than F-1)............................................................................................................................................... 64 General Education Learning Outcomes ................................................................................................................................ 65 General Education Courses ................................................................................................................................................... 66 General Education Course Descriptions ............................................................................................................................... 67

Program Information ............................................................................................................................................................. 73 Program Objectives ................................................................................................................................................................ 73 Program Learning Outcomes................................................................................................................................................. 74 Student Academic Load ......................................................................................................................................................... 75 Graduation Requirements ..................................................................................................................................................... 75 Course Requirements ............................................................................................................................................................ 75 Application for Graduation .................................................................................................................................................... 76 P.G.G.C.M. Course Descriptions ............................................................................................................................................ 76 Graduation Requirements ..................................................................................................................................................... 80 Course Requirements ............................................................................................................................................................ 81 Program Information ............................................................................................................................................................. 83 Program Objectives ................................................................................................................................................................ 83 Program Learning Outcomes ................................................................................................................................................. 84 Student Academic Load ......................................................................................................................................................... 84 Graduation Requirements ..................................................................................................................................................... 84 Course Requirements ............................................................................................................................................................ 84 Application for Graduation .................................................................................................................................................... 85 B.B.A. Course Descriptions .................................................................................................................................................... 86

GRADUATE PROGRAMS .................................................................................................................................... 90 English Language Proficiency Requirements ........................................................................................................................ 90 Admission Evaluation ............................................................................................................................................................. 90 General Information .............................................................................................................................................................. 91 Application Fee ....................................................................................................................................................................... 91 Transcripts/Documents of International Education ............................................................................................................. 91 Financial Resources ................................................................................................................................................................ 92 Health Clearance .................................................................................................................................................................... 92 Visa Students (other than F-1)............................................................................................................................................... 92

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Program Information ............................................................................................................................................................. 92 Program Objectives ................................................................................................................................................................ 93 Program Learning Outcomes ................................................................................................................................................. 93 Student Academic Load ......................................................................................................................................................... 93 Graduation Requirements ..................................................................................................................................................... 93 Course Requirements for Master of Business Administration Degree ............................................................................... 93 Application for Graduation .................................................................................................................................................... 95 M.B.A. Course Descriptions ................................................................................................................................................... 95

STANTON UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATION ........................................................................................................ 103 STANTON UNIVERSITY FACULTY ...................................................................................................................... 104 MAP TO STANTON UNIVERSITY ....................................................................................................................... 107

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Course Code NTR101 CA101 KC101 KC102 KC111 KC112 KC201 KC211 KC212 KC220 KC221 CA280 KC298 KC299

Course Name Units Nutrition 4 Culinary Foundations 4 Basic Korean Culinary Skill 1 4 Basic Korean Culinary Skill 2 4 Korean Side Dishes 1 4 Korean Side Dishes 2 4 Advanced Korean Culinary Skills 4 Fermented Foods of Korea 1 4 Fermented Foods of Korea 2 4 Korean Royal Court Cuisine 4 Vegan and Herbal Medicinal Foods 4 Introduction to Hospitality and Service Management 4 Externship I 2 Externship II 2

Course Code KC281 CA103 KC150 KC222 KC230 KC113 KC210

Course Name Menu Development Western Culinary Skills Korean Food and Culture Banquet Foods – Korean Cuisine Food Styling Korean Dessert and Beverages (non-alcoholic) Liquor and Wines (Western and Korean)

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