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FACULTY OF HUMANITIES & EDUCATION HANDBOOK 2010–2011

REGISTRATION INFORMATION

ApprovAl of Courses for registrAtion Prior to registering online (via CHOL) each semester, students must consult with their academic advisors and/or the Head of Department in selecting their courses.

course, the period of study, and the level and grade obtained. The granting of all credits and exemptions must be approved by Academic Board. Students may be provisionally registered pending approval of their request.

NB: Students who receive an exemption without credit are required to do another course.

CHAnges in Course registrAtion Students are permitted to make changes to the courses for which they are registered in each semester up to the end of the third week of the semester. Changes in registration will not be permitted after the deadline date without the approval of the Dean.

Exemption with Credit

FOUN1101 Caribbean Civilization for CAPE Caribbean Studies at Grade I or II only.

NB: It is the responsibility of the student to check his/her online transcript, to ensure that he/she is registered for the correct course(s), and/or has successfully de-registered from the course(s) he/she wishes to drop. Registration for a course constitutes registration for the examination in that course and includes payment of student fees.

Exemption without Credit

FOUN1001 English for Academic Purposes for CAPE Communication Studies at Grade I or II only

foreign lAnguAge requirement All students registered in the Faculty of Humanities and Education who do not have at least CXC General Grade II before 1998 or Grade III after 1998 or its equivalent in a foreign language are required to complete three (3) credits in one of the following foreign language course:

  • FREN0101 Beginners’ French

  • SPAN0101 Beginners’ Spanish

  • PORT0101 Beginners’ Portuguese

(see ADDitionAl fACulty requirements on p. 30).

CreDits AnD exemptions Students transferring into Level I from another Faculty, or who have undertaken relevant studies at another tertiary institution, may request credits for, or exemptions from, courses which are similar in content to those which they have successfully completed elsewhere. Such students should write a letter to the Dean requesting the appropriate credits/exemptions, giving specific information on the course followed, including the name of the

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