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Program Regulations

Certificate in Business Information Technology Management Regulation

1. Students must be registered in the certificate prior to the completion of 50% of the course requirements for the course of study.
2. All courses required for the certificate must be taken from Lakehead University.
3. Students must attain a minimum grade of 60% in each of the courses of the certificate program.

Entrepreneur Certificate Program Regulations

1. All required courses must be taken at Lakehead University.
2. The certificate will be conferred at the same time as/upon completion of a degree at Lakehead University provided the student has attained a grade of no less than 60% in each of the courses of the certificate program.

Honours Bachelor of Commerce Co-operative Option Regulations

(a) To be considered for admission to this special program, a student must have satisfactorily completed all courses required for Year I. Students are selected on a competitive basis.
(b) The University will provide employment contacts with participating employers for each student prior to each work period. Students must apply for placement opportunities. Employers make hiring decisions on a competitive basis.
(c) Year to year continuation in the program requires that regular program requirements be met, and all required Business Work Placements be successfully completed.
(d) Work term credits (Business Work Placements) are not applicable towards the completion of a regular Honours Bachelor of Commerce degree or Bachelor of Administration degree.

Honours Bachelor of Commerce Transfer Program from Bachelor of Administration Regulations

Regulation 1. Courses used as credit towards obtaining the Bachelor of Administration Degree may not be used as credit in the third or fourth years of the Honours Bachelor of Commerce Degree Program. Where a course taken toward the Bachelor of Administration Degree is equivalent to one specified for the third or fourth year of the Honours Bachelor of Commerce Program, students will be required to take a substitute course specified by the Faculty of Business Administration.

Regulation 2. Courses used as credit towards obtaining the Honours Bachelor of Commerce Degree may not be used as credit in the one year Bachelor of Administration Degree Program. Where a course taken toward the Honours Bachelor of Commerce Degree is equivalent to one specified for the B. Admin. Program, students will be required to take a substitute course specified by the Faculty of Business Administration.