Dual BBA Program
Under the agreement: (1) Caucasus University CU agrees to establish special track for the Dual (2+2) BBA Program and recruit students for the program; (2)students must maintain a minimum GPA of 2.5 for study at GSU; (3)CU agrees to select and recommend up to thirty (30) qualified students per year for study at GSU; (4)CU will collect tuition, fees, project administration charges, for the students and remit directly to GSU accounts from which expenses are paid; (5)CU students must be in good academic standing, be eligible to reenroll at CU and must demonstrate sufficient English language proficiency. This can be demonstrated by submitting any one of the following: an SAT verbal/critical reading score of at least 430, an ACT English subtest score of at least 17, a TOEFL score of 550 (paper test) or 213 (computer test) or 79-80 (internet-based test), a GSTEP score of 6; (6) CU students must also meet all other entrance requirements of Georgia State; (7)CU students shall have completed at least two (2) years of university work prior to transfer to at Georgia State; (8) CU students may transfer course credits as per the approved equivalent schedule of courses; (9)CU students must complete at least 39 hours in 3000 or 4000 level courses at GSU; (10)CU students agree to transfer and share the earned credits from Georgia State to CU in order to meet the required credits for acquiring the Bachelor‘s degree from CU; (11)CU agrees to support the establishment of an alumni organization for the graduates of Georgia State University and to track the alumni and keep GSU informed of their activities.
Under the agreement: (1)Georgia State agrees to accept up to 30 qualified undergraduates per year from CU into the Dual (2+2) BBA Program. The number of CU students accepted by Georgia State depends on the qualifications of the students (GPAs, TOEFL scores, etc.) and financial support/out-of-state waivers available; (2)Georgia State agrees to transfer and share the credits earned at CU to Georgia State in order to meet the required credits for acquiring the Bachelor‘s degrees from Georgia State; (3)Georgia State agrees to allow Dual (2+2) BBA Program CU students to pay in-state tuition and fees during their attendance at Georgia State. Students can sustain an out-of-state waiver for a maximum of two years, if they maintain full-time status and a 3.0 Georgia State GPA; (4)Georgia State agrees to help the Dual (2+2) BBA Program students to obtain their F-1 U.S. visas; (5)Georgia State agrees to confer Bachelor of Business Administration degrees for the Dual (2+2) BBA Program CU students if they have completed the curriculum and meet all requirements for acquiring the Bachelor of Business Administration Degree from Georgia State; (6)Georgia State agrees to recommend highly qualified Dual (2+2) Degree Program students for further graduate work, including doctoral studies at Georgia State, once they have completed the Bachelor’s Degree.