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1. Progression in the Commerce Program
In order to progress to the next year of study, a Commerce student must:
a.  attain an academic year GPA of not less than 2.00 at the end of the academic year; and 
b. maintain a cumulative GPA of not less than 2.00 (upper year students); and
c. pass all courses attempted (including Arts and Science and Commerce electives); and 
d. take all of the courses required and be registered as a full-time student in the Commerce Program (see Regulation 7).      
A student who fails to meet one of these requirements will be placed on Academic Probation  for the following academic year (see Regulation 3).  A student may not be placed on Academic Probation more than once in the Commerce Program.
       
A student who fails to meet more than one of these requirements will be required to withdraw from the program (see Regulation 2).

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Commerce Regulations & Policies Academic Regulations 1. Progression in the Commerce Program