2022-2023 University Catalog 
    May 21, 2024  
2022-2023 University Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

2022-2023b Catalog Updates (Spring Semester/Terms 4-6)

General Policy Updates

January 3, 2023 - Added description of the School of Continuing Education.  

January 10, 2023 - Graduation policy updated.  

January 27, 2023 - Updated certification/licensure disclosures in General Information Section.  

February 28, 2023 - Updated ASC Admissions Policy.  

March 6, 2023 - Updated Counseling Center Policy to Mental Health and Wellness Services Policy.  

April 4, 2023 - Updated Federal Financial Aid section to include:  

Federal Student Work-Study

The Federal Work-Study (FWS) Program provides jobs for undergraduate and graduate students who demonstrate financial need. FWS gives the student a chance to earn money to help pay for educational or personal expenses while working on campus or in community service work.

A FWS student is paid through a combination of institutional and federal funds. FWS Students are eligible to receive an award each academic year.   Once the student has earned their total FWS award, the student is no longer eligible for FWS employment unless chosen to be hired as a Student Worker and paid through the hiring department's budget. 

To apply please click the link: https://post.edu/fws

Added the following to the FERPA policy:

The University may share education records when the disclosure is necessary to protect the health or safety of the student or other individuals as permitted by FERPA. 

Academic Updates

Program Updates 

Term 4/Spring Semester

A.S. Early Childhood Education

  • Liberal Arts: Replace Humanities Elective with Liberal Arts Elective
  • Major Core:

A.S. Management

  • Major Core: 
    • Replace Business Elective 200 Level or higher with Business Elective 200 or 300 Level
    • Replace Management Elective 200 Level or higher with Human Resource Management or Management Elective 200 or 300 Level 

B.S. Business Administration and B.S. Management

B.S. Criminal Justice

B.S. Emergency Management and Homeland Security

Master of Business Administration 

  • Foundation Course: BUS 502  
  • Major Core:
  • Concentrations:
    • ​The number of required credits changed to twelve
    • Emerging Topics courses added to the following concentrations: Corporate Innovation, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Healthcare Systems Leadership, Human Resource Management, Leadership, Marketing, Project Management, Supply Chain Management
    • Students who choose the Multidisciplinary concentration will select an additional course from the current list
  • Capstone Course: BUS 695  (Replace BUS 700  )

Criminal Justice Minor

  • Replace CRJ Elective with CRJ 200 .