Course Policies

First Class Mandatory Attendance Policy
Learn more about the policy that dictates a student must attend the first session of courses listed as Mandatory First Attendance in the course schedule.

Class Attendance
Regular attendance is expected in all courses. Enrollment in courses that meet at the same time or overlapping times is not permitted.

Regrading Policy
Any student who wishes to contest a grade given for work completed at Kellogg should adhere to the regrading policy procedures.

Kellogg Code of Etiquette
Established to create a shared set of expectations and values around the classroom experience for the Kellogg community, these guidelines are meant to sustain a supportive classroom and community environment for students and faculty alike and to enhance student learning.

Kellogg Honor Code
The Kellogg Honor Code governs student conduct pertaining to all academic, placement, and extracurricular activities associated with the Kellogg School of Management. All students enrolled in a course offered by the Kellogg School of Management agree to abide by the code.

Videotaping Classes
Kellogg does not offer videotaping for student viewing as attendance and participation is key to the educational process. Students who must miss a class for an unavoidable reason (i.e. work, religious, or medical) should ask a classmate to take notes or request faculty permission to allow a classmate to audio record the class.  Audio recording equipment can be checked out of the KIS office in room 125.  Students must get the professor's permission to audio record.  

Transfer of Credit Policy and Procedure 
In certain circumstances, the Evening & Weekend MBA Program at the Kellogg School of Management allows current and incoming students to transfer up to three credits earned at another AACSB-accredited graduate school of management or business and apply these credits toward the requirements of their Kellogg degree.