Quality Points and GPA in Undergraduate Programs
The academic grade point average (GPA) is determines by multiplying the quality points assigned to each letter grade (see grade scales) by the credit hours for each course. The resulting total quality points divided by the credit hours attempted produces the GPA. The grades of F carries no quality points but the hours attempted are calculated into the student’s GPA. Grades of I, CR, W, WP, and WF do not carry quality points and are not counted as hours attempted when calculating GPA.
Transfer Credit is not included in GPA calculation.
The university requires a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or above for program continuation and to be awarded a degree.
For Semester Undergraduate students (those on campus) GPA will be calculated at the end of Spring and Fall semesters for purposes of determining Academic Warning, Probation and Suspension.
For Accelerated Undergraduate students (those in an on line program) GPA will be calculated at the end of Spring, Summer, and Fall semesters for purposes of determining Academic Warning, Probation and Suspension.