Mar 04, 2024
2023-2024 Undergraduate Catalog
College of Innovative Professional & Graduate Studies
College of Innovative Professional & Graduate Studies offers online and hybrid online programs leading to the following undergraduate degrees:
Bachelor of Arts degrees:
- Business Administration, B.A.
- Healthcare Management, B.A.
- Human Resources, B.A.
- International Business, B.A.
- Liberal Arts Studies, B.A. (Behavioral & Social Sciences Concentration)
- Management, B.A.
- Marketing, B.A.
- Psychology, B.A. (Mental Health Concentration)
- Strategic Communication, B.A.
- Supply Chain Management, B.A.
Bachelor of Science degree:
Applicants must demonstrate a minimum 2.0 grade point average on all transfer coursework. The program is taught in sixteen and eight-week formats and online courses throughout each semester. Students may enter the program whenever a course starts. The format provides students options of multiple start dates and a supportive adult learning environment. For information or application materials please contact Avila’s Admissions Office at (816) 501-2955 or (816) 501-2483, or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
School of Innovation Policies
- A voucher or letter of authorization from a student’s company will allow Business Office to directly bill a student’s employer for the tuition due. An authorization to bill an outside source does not create a credit balance. Students are responsible for the total tuition and other miscellaneous charges even though a third party may pay the university directly or reimburse the student.
- Deferred payment plans and promissory notes are available to students enrolled in a full semester of classes.
- Students who register for at least six semester hours may be eligible for financial aid consisting of deferred student loans. All aid applicants must be accepted for admission to the program before an award is made.
- All charges (tuition, fees, room & board, miscellaneous fees) must be paid in full with a combination of out-of-pocket personal payment, financial aid/scholarships or enrollment in a Deferred Payment Plan by the payment due date for each term announced in the class schedule. This is approximately two weeks before a term starts. If a student has not paid in full for a term with a combination of out-of-pocket personal payment, financial aid/scholarships or Deferred Payment Plan, at the beginning of the term, the student may be assessed a late fee, have a hold placed on their records, and/or be dropped from classes by the university.
- Students cancellation and withdrawal information can be found on the Academic Calendar 2023-2024 page under full calendar.
- There is no fee for courses added after registration or changes made as a result of classes canceled by the university.
- Students are expected to attend all classes for which they are registered. One or two absences are at the discretion of the instructor. More than two absences may result in a grade of “F.”