Soochow University 2014 Academic Year Bachelor Degree Students "Information Capacity” Graduation Standards Waiving Description

2014.08.28

Produced by General Education Center

Graduation standards are as follows:

Applicable To

Requirements

Verification Time

Waiving Description

Operation Procedure

Students at Department of Computer Science and Information Management

Due to the professional factor of department of computer science and information management, the waiving information capacity from the graduation standards will be earned credits of two required courses at the department- "Project Lab I” and "Project Lab II”.

Within the extended study years.

This is the only condition for Computer Science and Information Management students to pass graduation standards.

Earned credits of the two required courses "Project Lab I” and "Project Lab II” with approval grades.

Students at other departments

 

※Pass any from the four items on the right-hand side column will be approved for waiving

1. Earned at least 4 (and including) credits of information relevant courses in senior high school with approval grades.

Submit your transcripts of academic record from your senior high school by the end of first semester after enrollment (based on the timetable of the calendar issued each semester).

1.               Students who have earned at least 4 (and including) credits of information relevant courses in senior high school please submit the original senior high school transcripts of academic record to their departments to apply for verification. Overdue will be treated as giving up.

1. Procedure of waiving verification: Students fill "Information Capacity” Waiving Application Form” àtake (1) application form (2) student ID card (3) senior high school transcripts of academic reocrd or three certificates, both the original and a copy for each documentàto the department office to submit the application and relevant documents; the original will be returned on-site after checking it and the copy will be kept by the department for future reference.

2. Check and confirm the verification result: Students can log in "e-Campus system” after the final exam week of the current semester.

3. This form can be downloaded from the website of General Education Center; click "Graduate Standard” on the top and then "Information Capacity”.

2. Obtain at least one of the following information professional certificates:

(1). ITE (Information Technology Equipment)

(2). Level C technician for computer software application

(3). Level B technician for computer software application

Submit professional certificate within the extended study years.

Students who obtained "required professional information certificate” must submit the original certificate to their departments to apply for verification within the extended study years.

3. Anyone who takes a course that is planned by the department or university-wide elective, and is approved by "Information Curriculum Planning Group” of relevant "information” related module with approval grades.

Courses of "information” related must be approved within the extended study years with approval grades.

Students who study ”information” related courses published by General Education Center with approval grades will pass graduation standards and the credits earned will be calculated into graduation credits. If the course chosen is the whole academic course, students will need to pass the course in both 1st and 2nd semesters before they receive the graduate standards in information capacity.

 

1. Students can select the courses that have been planned by the department or are university-wide elective for 2014, and are approved by "Information Curriculum Planning Group” from the relevant departments, and please refer to the following table for further details.

2. The information capacity waiving related courses for each semester can be found on the website of General Education Center; click "graduation standards” on the top of the website.

4. For those who fail to obtain any approval from the aforementioned three times, they need to earn 2 credits of "information remedy / reinforcement course” approved by "Information Curriculum Planning Group”, and pass the course. The credits earned will not be calculated into graduation credits.

Within the extended study years

Students who earned the credits from "information remedy” course will not be calculated into graduation credits.

The similar remedial course will be set up for 2016 academic year.

 

 

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