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COB Fall Calendar

Graduate Business Programs
Calendar FALL 2015

Students enrolled in the DBA program should consult the DBA handbook for relevant dates other than those listed below:

FALL 2015 TRIMESTER

New International Student Orientation August 19, 2015
Dean’s Reception August 19, 2015
DBA Residency Weekends: September 11-12; October 9-10; November 6-7; December 4-5, 2015
Change and Late Registration Week August 22-28, 2015

Begin and End Dates for Fall Terms:
Fall I 12 Week Term On Ground August 22-November 16, 2015
Fall I 12 Week Term Online & Hybrid August 26-November 17, 2015
Fall 1st 6 Week Term On Ground August 24-October 5, 2015
Fall 1st 6 Week Term Online August 26-October 6, 2015
Fall II 12 Week Term On Ground September 12-December 10, 2015
Fall II 12 Week Term Online September 16-December 8, 2015
Fall 2nd 6 Week Term On Ground October 12-November 19, 2015
Fall 2nd 6 Week Term Online October 14-November 24, 2015
Fall 3 Week December Term November 30-December 19, 2015
Graduation Clearance Deadline November 19, 2015
Graduation December 5, 2015

*Classes will not be held:
September 4-7 Labor Day Weekend.
November 23-29 Fall II classroom sections will not meet during the week of Thanksgiving.

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