Academic advising is a partnership and shared responsibility between each student and their advisor. It helps students develop an educational plan that fits their abilities, interests, personal circumstances, and career goals. Current students receive one-on-one guidance on a wide range of academic, administrative, and social concerns, as well as referrals to other college advisors and university services.
To speak with an advisor, you can make an appointment online, by phone at 306-966-4785 or in person at the office in Room 185.
Drop-in appointments are available for current Edwards students. Check the Latest for the schedule or call the office to see when you can drop in.
Students are expected to familiarize themselves with university regulations and procedures:
- Guidelines for Academic Conduct
- Academic Courses Policy
- Academic Integrity Awareness
- Student Conduct and Appeals
Students requiring any clarification or interpretation of the regulations should contact Brooke Klassen, Director of Undergraduate & Certificate Programs.
It is recommended that every student create a plan of completion of their required courses. The BAC program currently requires the completion of seven required course and one elective course. BAC 11 must be completed as the first course (it can be taken concurrently with another course) and all other courses must be completed before enrolling in the Capstone class, BAC 38 (this class cannot be taken concurrently with another). Please review the Program Planning document and plan out your program, keeping in mind on which day and in which term classes are offered.
Final exams are scheduled by the Registrar and the Exam schedule is posted here.
Students who are unable to write a final exam due to illness or other extenuating circumstances should apply to their home college for a deferred exam within 3 business days of the missed exam.
Please consult the Edwards Exam Regulations document for details regarding deferred and supplmental exams.
BAC Textbooks can be purchased in person or online from the University Bookstore website. Often, textbooks can be purchased at a reduced cost through the bookstore, at book exchanges in the fall, from students advertising online, or from posted ads on one of the many bulletin boards on campus.
To see the required texts for your class, you can go to the "My Textbooks" box under your Academics Tab in PAWS, or you can search by class through the University Bookstore Search.
Students are eligible to receive the Business Administration Certificate once they have passed all courses required for certificate completion with a grade of 50% or higher and earned a cumulative weighted average of atleast 60%.
Students who finish their degree in April are Spring graduates and should apply to graduate on or before March 31.
If you need information or assistance with the Business Administration Certificate, please contact:
Edwards School of Business