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Each of you should have a checklist that was distributed by your department at the Orientation Week. Before each registration follow your checklist independently and come up with questions to your advisor.
30 credits + 100 hours of Sport 6 audit credits –it is not required, but possible to audit the classes in addition to required 30 credits of semester load
You have a chance to audit the classes. If you select a course and see available audit seats, it means you may audit the current class. If you can’t register for audit it means this course is not available for audit.
Every student should check a prerequisite for each class. Prerequisites are classes you need to take before you can move on to another class. Often it is a move to more advanced class. For example, you cannot take FYS 216, if you have not taken FYS 116. The other example: psychology 101 needs to be taken before psychology 250.
Please remember, if you took psychology 101 and failed it, it means you did not pass the prerequisite requirement and you cannot take more advance course like psychology 250.
Student who fail FYS part I (Receives ‘F’ grade), should take it for Fall 2014. Remember, FYS part I is offered only in Fall semesters. If you fail FYS II, please remember to retake the class in Spring 2016. FYS II is offered only in Spring semesters.
History of Kyrgyzstan should be taken during sophomore year only. Students will have two opportunities of taking state exam in History of Kyrgyzstan: 1. at the end of fall semester of sophomore year 2. at the end of spring semester of sophomore year
As a part of General Education Requirement you will study Kyrgyz Language (2 credits) and Russian Language (2 credits) as a part of FYS II. In addition, you should take 6 credits of Kyrgyz Language Course and 6 credits of Russian Language Course.
No French (part I), German (part I) or Spanish (part I) in Fall 2014. Please plan taking these languages in Spring 2015.
Arabic (part I)and Chinese (Part I) will be offered in Fall 2014. In Spring 2015 student continues taking part II of the selected language. Japanese and Korean will be offered in fall 2015. The same scenario applies for these two languages. In spring 2016 student continues taking part II of the selected language
If you are planning to take one of the above languages, you have to learn the selected language two semesters. The main idea: it is not academically useful to take only one semester of any languages. Students will not receive a credit for taking only one semester.
Take two courses of Arts – 12 credits Except for IBL and BA majors
Admits 2014 are expected to fulfill sport class requirement 400 hours: 100 hours per semester. This means student has to take sport class four semesters. There is zero credit load for sport class.
Students, who do any sport activities outside the university, must provide the Registrar Office room 101 with the certificate and the load will be counted toward your degree. Students, who have health issues and are not allowed to do sports, must provide the Registrar Office room 101 with a medical certificate. Deadline will be announced
Individual courses are offered for additional fee Musical individual courses - 2 cr. 2 cr. load musical class fee will be announced 1cr. load for other individual classes, the fee will be announced. Examples of individual music classes: Komuz Guitar Singing Piano
August 25 -September 05, 2014 Students will get their study cards back during add/drop period even if they do not need to do any changes. If students make any changes in their schedules, it means you need to go through two steps again: send study card to advisor, get advisor’s approval and then finally send it to Registrar’s office. If you do not do any changes, please leave it and do not touch it. Registrar’s office gets your study cards back.
The deadline for “W” grade is 10 th week of Fall semester. Reasons for taking “W”: Your GPA is in Serious Danger (high risk to get an “F”) You’re Just Plain Overwhelmed Read extended explanation about this grade on the Webpage of the Registrar’s Office. If you really need to receive this grade print the special form in advance, since you will have to receive professor’s signature. The link for the form: https://www.auca.kg/en/reg_forms/https://www.auca.kg/en/reg_forms/