Academic policies and statements
Academic Policies and Procedures: These resources give many of the details that students need for registering; completing degree requirements; understanding grading, time limits for completing degrees, residency; and more.
- Read the abbreviated chapter in the AMBS Catalog.
- Read the Transfer Credit Policy for how credit is granted for courses taken at another graduate institution.
- Read the Academic Policies and Procedures documents on AMBS Central (students and faculty only).
- Read the Academic Integrity Policy.
Disability and Accommodations Policy: The policy addresses sections 504 and 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (revised in 1998 and updated in 2015), which prohibit discrimination on the basis of disability in public and private organizations that receive U.S. federal funding. Read this policy (PDF)
Grievance Policy and Procedures: Policies and processes to provide a fair and structured process for identifying and remediating perceived and actual offenses and injustices in the learning community. Read this policy (PDF)
Sexual Misconduct Policy and Procedures: Read this policy (PDF)
We are in the process of revising our Sexual Misconduct Policy and Procedures (2019) in order to address the requirements of the new Title IX regulations announced in May 2020. This work is still underway. AMBS will follow federal guidance in addressing reports received on or after August 14, 2020, the date that new federal regulations related to Title IX take effect.
Student Complaint Process Beyond AMBS: Read this policy (PDF) For a flowchart of the complaint process, visit the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements website.
Statement of Educational Effectiveness: Read this statement (PDF)
Teaching and scholarship related to John Howard Yoder: This statement reports on shared agreements that will guide how AMBS faculty teach, critique, interpret, and use Yoder’s work with integrity, recognizing the significance of his theological work and the wrongfulness of his actions. Read this statement (PDF)