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Unformatted text preview: r religious observance shall be
provided with a reasonable alternative opportunity to
complete such academic responsibilities. It is the obligation of students to provide faculty members with reasonable notice of the dates of major religious holidays on
which they will be absent. Faculty should be sensitive
to religious observances in their construction of class
schedules and syllabi. Normal Course Load Policy Although 12 credits per semester represent a minimum
full-time load, students wishing to graduate in four years
need to carry an average of at least 15 credits per semester. A course load in excess of 16 credits incurs additional tuition charges. Course loads greater than the
maximum published in the Schedule of Classes require
dean’s approval. For planning purposes, applicants for
admission are asked to indicate their preferences for fullor part-time status and for day or evening classes. Grading Policies University course work is measured in terms of quantity
and quality. A credit normally represents one hour per
week of lec...
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