Bachelor of Business Administration
International Bachelor of Business Administration
Academic Advising2 Schulich School of Business
Each BBA/iBBA student at the Schulich School of Business has access
to academic advising through the Undergraduate Programs Unit, in
the Schulich Student Services and International Relations Division
(Room W262P, SSB). Student support is designed to help students
make important decisions related to their academic progress. This
Undergraduate Student Handbook outlines the academic policies of
the School and the University, and provides students with a list of
available support services. Every effort has been made to make this
book as accurate as possible at the time of printing. If, however, any
statement is at variance with regulations or policies found in the most
recent York Undergraduate Calendar or the Bylaws of the Senate of
the University or any other more authoritative University publication,
these documents will take precedence.
Please note also that policies are subject to change from time to
time, as the School or University deems it to be appropriate, in order
to fulfill its role and accommodate circumstances beyond its control.
Such changes take precedence over previous policies.
Students are also encouraged to use the School Web site
www.schulich.yorku.ca for updated information. Students unclear of
the academic policies should see an Undergraduate Academic Advisor.
Students can book individual appointments with an academic advisor
by contacting the Undergraduate Programs Unit (see below). Students
are encouraged to discuss any problems that affect their academic per-
formance, to clarify academic policy, to plan for the upcoming aca-
demic year and to keep a copy of all correspondence (i.e., letters or
emails.) Students should make decisions concerning their academic
choices in keeping with Schulich’s academic regulations.
Students are welcome to visit the Undergraduate Programs
Unit (Room W26P, SSB) for drop-in inquiries, o