The California University, School of Business Law and Technology provides high-quality, low-cost master level degrees in Business Administration and Computer Science to those seeking to improve their professional and personal lives.
Designed for working adults, CUSBLT provides a fully online learning program designed to fit into your lifestyle.
Once you graduate from CUSBLT, you will have the knowledge and skill-set necessary to advance your professional career. All coursework for CUSBLT classes are designed to have real-life applications and case studies to help prepare you for a brighter future.
Although 100% online, students registered in the same period will be divided into the same cohort and receive similar schedules throughout the program. Students will be expected to comply fully with the instructions in the course syllabus and to participate actively in required discussion forums by posting responses to questions and comments posted by instructors and other students. It is especially important that students get in the habit of seeking clarification from their fellow students on topics and issues they find difficult.
Each learning unit consists of several elements, including assignments, quizzes and discussion questions. Students must read the syllabus and should fully understand the components and requirements of every course.
Students completing their degree program at CUSBLT will demonstrate Institutional Learning Outcomes incorporating the breadth and depth of learning experiences and acquired competencies applicable to successful students in their Master degree programs. The CUSBLT Institutional Learning Outcomes are the attainment of learning experiences of educated professionals in the areas of core competencies which are adopted by the institution.
CUSBLT awards letter grades in recognition of academic performance in each course. Grades are based upon formative and summative assessments as described in the study process below. The course instructor’s academic judgment as to whether the student has demonstrated a specified level of performance based on objective and subjective evaluations is the main and final reference for evaluation of the student's work. Students are graded according to their individual performance in the course, even if some of the course work is done in groups.
Students must be sure to always meet the deadlines. There will be no makeup assignments or quizzes, or late work accepted unless there is a serious or compelling reason and contingent on the instructors’ approval.
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