FA C U L T Y Faculty
BOOKLET 2004 – 2005 of Science & Agriculture
REGULATIONS GOVERNING THE FSA SUMMER PROGRAMME
THE SUMMER SCHOOL
The FSA offers remedial courses for students who are repeating lab-based and/or non lab-based courses. Students may be allowed to take full courses that are non lab-based in the Summer for the first time. The maximum number of credits for which a student may register in Summer is normally eight (8).
The following persons are eligible for admission to the Summer School:-
Registered students of the University who have not yet completed the requirements of the degree, diploma or certificate programme for which they are registered.
Students of the University who have been granted (a) leave of absence for Semester I and/ or Semester II or part thereof preceding the summer School or (b) deferral of entry.
. Other persons, not students of the University
satisfy the normal or lower level matriculation requirements of the University, as well as the Departmental requirements such as Prerequisite courses, or
are admitted at the discretion of the Dean.
Eligibility For Admission To The Summer School
The deadline date for application to the Summer School shall normally be May 26.