Students must follow established prerequisite structures. Students are responsible to meet any minimum grade requirements before taking the higher-level class. The Barton School of Business will not waive prerequisite requirements.
Once a 16-week business course is filled up, students may sign up for a waitlist option. When a space becomes available in that class, no one can take that space unless they are on the waitlist. The first student on the waitlist is notified by WSU email of a space being available, and has 47 hours to enroll in it. If that student does not use that opportunity within 47 hours, the space is then offered to the next person on the waitlist.
Business students who are on probation will be restricted from taking any two-week business classes (including pre-session).
Enrolling in a class represents a financial commitment. If a student enrolls in a class and does not drop, the student is financially obligated to pay for it.
Students must either pay their tuition bill in full by the first day of class or enroll in the installment plan. Failure to complete the payment process will result in late fees.
Students are able to drop a class with a "W" on-line until the last day to drop listed in the Schedule of Courses.
Students must first meet with a business adviser to ensure they are eligible to enroll in the class. If a student qualifies to take the class, the instructor makes the final decision whether to allow the student into a class that has already started.