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390 AND 393 Special Topics

Course Description and Procedure

390 Special Topics Course: 1 - 12 Credits

An opportunity for a student to design, in consultation with a U of N Student Advisor and approval of the International College/Faculty Dean, a specialized course appropriate for his/her degree programme. Requirements for credit include 3 months regular one-on-one interaction between the student and a U of N Student Advisor and documentation based on approved course content. Prerequisite IDS 701/702 or 703/704.

393 Special Topics Field Project: 1 - 12 Credits

An opportunity for a student to design, in consultation with a U of N Student Advisor and approval of the International College/Faculty Dean , a specialized field project appropriate for his/her degree programme. Requirements for credit include 3 months regular one-on-one interaction between the student and a U of N Student Advisor and documentation based on approved field project (formats could vary to include video, a written manual, professional journal articles or other media etc.) Prerequisite IDS 701/702 or 703/704.

Procedure

The following lists the procedure and requirements under 390 Special Topics Course and 393 Special Topics Field Project: 12 credits maximum allowed per course.

  1. Design a specialized course in consultation with a U of N Student Advisor and with approval from the International Dean of the College/Faculty degree programme. No Form A is required.
  2. Register the student on a Form B and pay the student registration fee of $25 per course to the appropriate International Registrar's Office.
  3. Pay the appropriate tuition fee where necessary as assessed by the International College/Faculty.
  4. Document the completed course on the appropriate Form C1 or Form C2:

390 & 393 Course Description and Procedure; App'd: ILT, Mar. 2004; Printed July 12, 2005 U of N Reference Guide. Copyright © 1995 by YWAM/U of N; revised 1997, 2000, 2005. All Rights Reserved. Page 295