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Course Policies

Please refer to the Kellogg MBA & MBAi Academic Policies Manual for more information about these and other important academic policies:


  • Regular class attendance is expected in all courses. Students who miss more than 20% of any course may be dropped. Enrollment in courses that meet at the same time or overlapping times is not permitted.
  • A student may contest a grade given for work completed by following the Regrading Policy.
  • In certain circumstances, the Evening & Weekend MBA Program at the Kellogg School of Management allows current and incoming students to apply up to three credits earned at another AACSB-accredited graduate school of management or business toward the requirements of their Kellogg degree.

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.


Kellogg Code of Etiquette: The Kellogg Code of Etiquette is 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.