FACULTY OF HUMANITIES & EDUCATION HANDBOOK 2010–2011
THE BA DEGREE: LEVEL I
Core Courses for your Major 2, 3, or 4 courses (6 to 12 credits)
Two (2) Foundation Courses FOUN1001 and FOUN1003 or FOUN1002 (6 credits)
LEVEL I STUDENTS
A full-time student shall complete the degree programme in no fewer than six and no more than twelve semesters.
A full-time student should normally register for not more than fifteen credits (5 courses) and no fewer than twelve credits (4 courses) per semester, except in the case of the final two semesters of the degree programme in which a student may seek permission to register for a maximum of 21 credits (7 courses) each semester including HUMN3099, PHIL3099 or PSYC3011) to complete the degree.
A full-time student must:
Two (2) Humanities and Education courses NOT in your major (6 Credits) (include Foreign Language requirements if applicable)
have full matriculation, (see quAlifiCAtions on p.24 for information);
devote his/her full time to study and not hold full- time employment;
(d) A full-time Level I student must register for a total of ten courses for the academic year.
Electives for remaining credits
TOTAL = 10 courses (30 credits)
(e) A full-time Level I student may seek permission to register for up to two extra courses, and the Dean may grant permission after an assessment of the student’s academic potential. An extra course in the Level I programme, if passed, may be counted towards completion of the Level I programme if necessary, and the student shall not be required to indicate on the registration form which is the extra course.
NOTE: Part-time students are required to register to complete the Level I programme over two years
(a) A student with lower level matriculation (see quAlifiCAtions on p.24 for information) must register as a part-time student.
A part-time student shall complete the degree in no fewer than eight and no more than eighteen semesters.
Part-time students at Level I (as identified in (a)), must take 15 credits (5 courses) in their first year of registration. These must include the two Foundation courses (unless