Due to some changes in the terminology and content of some subjects, students are notified that currently there are two models of curriculum offered in the English Department: “Old Model” and “New Model” (in the subsequent semesters, there will be only one model that is the “New Model.”)
1. Freshmen students should follow the new model of courses for the academic year 2014-2015.
2. Students under the old model who have completed the first subject in a course series are required to finish the higher level subjects included in the series.
3. Students under the old plan who have not completed the first subject of a course series may follow the new model for the Academic Year 2014-2015.
4. Before the registration, students must check the schedule of the final examination in order to avoid problems that might result from conflicting exam schedules of two different subjects.
5. Students are advised to consult registration officials to ensure proper selection of subjects for registration.
6. Registered subjects may be cancelled or changed on indicated dates set by the college registrar.
7. The average number of credits students may take is from 14 to 18 credits per semester. However, students may be allowed to take additional number of credits based on their level of performance. Students who have gained an average of 75% passing grade or higher may be allowed to take more than 18 credits (maximum of 21 credits) in the succeeding semester.
8. A course prospectus is provided as students’ guide for taking courses every semester. However, adjustments in the number of credits or replacement of subjects may be made as the situation requires.
9. Before making any adjustments or replacement of subjects, students must check the following:
• Pre-requisite courses
• Schedule of the final exams
10. Students are not allowed to take subjects with conflicting exam schedules since final exam schedules are fixed and hence, unchangeable.
11. For conflicting class schedules, students may consult registration officials for possible solutions.