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  • 1 Course Selection and Registration Guidelines: Undergraduates of the Day Division Fu Jen Catholic University First Semester, 2017-2018 Academic Year I. Registration Calendar Dates and Times What Web Address and Route Details June 1 9:00 Search for Courses 1. Please review curriculum information, course outlines, and your program’s Credit Exclusion List before registering for courses. 2. Whenever a center, office, or academic program makes changes to a course it offers, the new course information will be updated on the search system. Please read course information before registering. June 6 (9:00)– June 12 (16:00) Pre-register for Courses Course Registration System (http://signcourse.fju.edu.tw) Pre-registration is done in accordance with the policies of individual centers, offices, or academic programs offering courses - not all programs offer courses during pre-registration. Please read about pre-registration on the University website and in announcements issued by individual programs. June 13 (9:00) – June. 19 (16:00) See results of pre-registration Aug. 17 (9:00) Search Registration Results Student Information Portal / University Systems > Courses/Learning > Course List Courses that your program’s secretary registered you in are transferred to your Course List. Sept. 1 (9:00) – Sept. 5 (9:00) Add Holistic Education Center (HEC) Classes to your Wish List (and change your registration password) Student Portal / University Systems > Courses/Learning > Course List > HEC Course Selection System Register for General Education, Sophomore Physical Education (PE), and Sophomore Foreign Language courses (Topics in English). They will be distributed randomly. Sept. 6 (14:00) See which HEC Courses have been distributed to you Student Information Portal > University Systems > Courses/Learning > HEC courses that have been distributed to you are transferred to your Course List. 2 Dates and Times What Web Address and Route Details Course List Sept. 6 Search for HEC courses that you can join using the HEC Open Course Registration Slip Student Information Portal -> University Systems -> Course Search System -> Search GE Courses -> HEC Open Course Registration Slip 1. In addition to registering through the Holistic Education Course Selection System, during initial registration, and the add/drop period, you may also register for some courses by using the HEC Open Course Registration Slip. You may ask an instructor to join class using the HEC Open Course Registration Slip. Up to 5 or 10 students may register in a class using the slip. 2. You can find this information by searching for HEC Open Courses on the Course Search System. For more details, please see General Education Courses under the Add/Drop Period on p 23 of these Guidelines. Sept. 7 (9:00) – Sept. 14 (3:00) Online Registration (2 rounds of registration and distribution) Course Registration System (http://signcourse.fju.edu.tw) Sept. 6 (16:00) Registration system opens Sept. 7 (9:00) – Sept. 11 (3:00) Register for courses Sept. 11 (3:00) – Sept. 12 (12:00) Course distribution Sept. 12 (12:00) – Sept. 14 (3:00) Register for courses Sept. 14 (3:00) – Sept. 14 (16:00) Course distribution *Please note that all times above are based on the 24-hour clock. Courses will be transferred to your Course List after each round of distribution. Please check your list and confirm that there are no errors. Sept. 18 Classes Begin All students must go to class beginning the first day. This includes both courses you have already registered in and ones that you intend to register in. You have a responsibility to yourself and to your instructor to go to class –if you plan to join a class, please attend even if you haven’t 3 Dates and Times What Web Address and Route Details registered yet. Sept. 18 – Sept. 22 Go to an HEC Open Course and ask the instructor to join using the HEC Open Course Registration Slip 1. You may go to the classroom of any HEC Open Course and request the Registration Slip from the instructor. 2. The following students may use the HEC Open Course Registration Slip: undergraduate students in freshman to senior year, transfer students, students delaying degree completion, and exchange students enrolled in the Day Division 3. The following students may NOT use the HEC Open Course Registration Slip: graduate students and interdivisional students. Sept. 20 (9:00) – Sept. 25 (3:00) Online Add/Drop Period (5 rounds of registration and distribution) Add courses using the HEC Open Course Registration Slip Course Registration System http://signcourse.fju.edu.tw Website for HEC Open Course Registration Slips http://crac.daa.fju.edu.tw Sept. 20 (9:00) – Sept. 21 (3:00) First round of registration Sept. 21 (3:00) –Sept. 21 (12:00) First round of distribution Sept. 21 (12:00) –Sept. 22 (3:00) Second round of registration Sept. 22 (3:00) –Sept. 22 (12:00) Second round of distribution Sept. 22 (12:00) –Sept. 23 (3:00) Third round of registration Sept. 23 (3:00) –Sept. 23 (12:00) Third round of distribution Sept. 23 (12:00) –Sept. 24 (3:00) Fourth round of registration Sept. 24 (3:00) –Sept. 24 (12:00) Fourth round of distribution Sept. 24 (12:00) –Sept. 25 (3:00) Fifth round of registration Sept. 25 (3:00) –Sept. 25 (12:00) Fifth round of distribution Courses will be transferred to your Course List after each round of distribution. Please check your list 4 Dates and Times What Web Address and Route Details and confirm that there are no errors.  Once you have received your HEC Open Course Registration Slip, make sure to log into the Registration Slip System using your LDAP account and password during the add/drop period and enter the Registration Code on your slip to officially register for the course. Registration is not possible once the add/drop period ends. Sept. 26 (16:00) – Sept. 29 (21:00) Interdivisional Registration (Day Division students registering for courses at the SOCE) Paper-based application form Sept. 25 (12:00) – Oct. 3 (16:00) Correct Registration Errors Paper-based application form 1. Course registration must be completed by the end of this phase. 2. No course changes can be made after the deadline. Sept. 25 (12:00) – Oct. 4 (8:00) Confirm Course List Online Student Portal / University Systems > Courses/Learning > Course List 1. Once your Course List has been updated following the add/drop period, please double check it online and then confirm it if there are no errors. Once you have confirmed your list, registration is complete. 2. If you do not confirm your Course List online, the University will assume that it is accurate and you will not be able to add or drop courses after the deadline. Oct. 23 – Nov. 10 Pay Fees Charged per Credit (including language lab fees) University Homepage > Tuition and Fees > Payment Platform> Print Payment Receipt (You may also visit the website directly at https://school.taishinbank.com.tw) Oct. 4 – Dec. 15 (17:00) Request to Withdraw from a Course Print out a copy of the application form online and have it approved An application to withdraw from a course is not automatically 5 Dates and Times What Web Address and Route Details by the program office. approved. Please familiarize yourself with the course outline and academic regulations before making an application. The application must be approved by your instructor and the director of the program. II. General Reminders I. Important Websites: 1. Information Website for Course Registration: University Homepage > Current Students > University Systems > Courses/Learning > Information Website for Course Registration (http://www.course.fju.edu.tw). This website provides instructions on how to use the Course Registration System, Pre-Registration System, and Holistic Education Course Selection System. You can also find a list of FAQs about course registration. We encourage you to familiarize yourself with the instructions and to pay attention for announcements made before and during registration. 2. Course Registration System (http://signcourse.fju.edu.tw): Use your LDAP account number and password or your course registration ID and password to log in to the system and register for courses during pre-registration, initial registration, and the online add/drop period. 3. Holistic Education Course Selection System: University Homepage > Current Students > University Systems > Courses/Learning > Holistic Education Course Selection System. Use your LDAP account number and password or course registration ID and password to log in to the system and register for the courses below:  General Education Courses (NT, PT, and ST)  Historical and Cultural Studies (NTT8, PTT8, and STT8)  Sophomore Physical Education (PE) courses (ATP2)  Sophomore Foreign Language courses—Topics in English (FTE2, FTEN). 4. Announcement of Registration Results: University Homepage > Current Students > University Systems > Courses/Learning > Course List. Whether or not you actively register for courses, you are advised to check your Course List after each phase of registration to ensure that there are no errors. II. Consultation for Course Registration: 1. Please see the contact information below for centers, offices and programs. Please feel free to contact them if you have any questions about registration. Centers, Offices and Academic Programs Extension Numbers Courses Offered The Holistic Education Center 3120~3 Chinese Literature, Foreign Languages, General Education Courses The Military Training Office 2216 Military Training (Nursing) 6 The Office of Physical Education 2921, 2916 Physical Education Center of Teacher Education 3053, 3082, 3083 Teacher Education Program Office of the Vice Dean of the College of Foreign Languages (LC405) 3718 University-wide Electives for Advanced English (D-V101) Academic Programs (including credit certificate programs) Required courses and electives (demanded by individual schools, colleges, undergraduate departments, graduate programs, and credit certificate programs) 2. Guidance for course registration at the program level: (1) Please read the following documents before registering for courses: the academic regulations and list of required courses for your program; curriculum information for required Holistic Education courses; Fu Jen Catholic University Academic Policies; Course Selection and Registration Guidelines; and the individual regulations of programs that are hosting courses you would like to take. Please also have a look at course outlines available online so you are familiar with attendance regulations and restrictions on enrollment. During course registration, please watch for announcements made on the Student Information Portal or on the websites of programs hosting courses. (2) Please watch for the latest announcements on the Information Website for Course Registration and program websites during course registration. (3) Please consult with your adviser or the coordinator at your program’s office before adding or dropping a course. (4) Readmitted students should register for courses at the same time as current students. (5) Students returning after a leave of absence of one semester or longer do not receive the same priority as current students when registering for courses. (6) Students delaying graduation and those who have been readmitted for the first semester of the 2017-2018 academic year should register based on their practical course needs. In order to avoid complicating matters, the program secretary does not help these students register in courses. (7) Students pursuing a minor or double major receive the same priority as students of the home program during course distribution. (8) If you would like to register for a course at another university, you must apply and complete the administrative procedure by the deadline for correcting registration errors. 3. For details about HEC courses, please visit the website of the Holistic Education Center (http://www.hec.fju.edu.tw) and the website of the Office of Physical Education (http://peo.dsa.fju.edu.tw). III. Please have a look at course outlines online before registering so you are familiar with attendance regulations, the number of students that may drop the class, who receives priority during distribution, and restrictions on enrollment, adding/dropping, and adding/dropping based on year of study. General Reminders 1. All students must go to class beginning the first day. This includes both courses you have already registered in and ones that you intend to register in. You have a responsibility to yourself and to your 7 instructor to go to class –if you plan to join a class, please attend even if you haven’t registered yet. The instructor has the authority to prevent students from adding or dropping the class as well as the authority to order their withdrawal if they have been absent. 2. Check whether a course has a pre-requisite or if there are sequential restrictions. 3. Make sure that there is no scheduling conflict between courses you have registered for. 4. Make sure you are completing all required courses. 5. Before registering in a course offered by another program or division, please consult with them about any restrictions. 6. Make sure to follow all regulations when retaking or making up credit for a course missed in the past. 7. Make sure that the amount of credits you are taking conforms to regulations (i.e. neither under the minimum nor over the maximum). 8. Graduating students should double check that they are on track to meet graduation requirements. Make sure to take any missing courses or credits in your final year so that you won’t have to delay graduation. 9. Please register for courses based on your schedule and interests. Don’t wait around and try to take a course taught by a specific instructor – you may miss the registration deadline and then be forced to delay graduation. 10. Please prioritize required courses and ones you need most when registering. IV. Payment Guidelines: 1. For announcements about paying fees charged per credit (language lab fees) and the payment form, please visit http://tuition.ga.fju.edu.tw/lnchargeStudent/. Please download the payment form between Monday, October 23 and Friday, November 10, 2017. There are two ways to visit the website: (1) Directly: https://school.taishinbank.com.tw/, (2) Through the following route: University homepage > Tuition and Fees > Payment Platform > Taishin Payment Portal for Tuition and Fees. Please pay the fees during the dates specified in announcements. 2. Who should pay fees charged per credit? 1. Students pursuing a minor or double major and students who are enrolled in a credit certificate program (with classes offered separately). Codes with D-XXX9X require separate fees. 2. Students enrolled in the Teacher Education Program. 3. Students taking language practice courses. 4. Students who are delaying degree completion and taking 9 credits or less. 3. Students who are delaying degree completion and taking 10 or more credits should pay full tuition and miscellaneous fees. The 10 credits include credits taken at another university either domestically or abroad. III. Special Reminders I. Course registration is not done on a first-come, first-served basis, so you can take your time registering for courses online. This will help avoid excessive traffic on the website. II. Starting in the 2010-2011 academic year, the University began requiring that undergraduates of the Day Division (not including students in the post-baccalaureate law program) demonstrate competency in three fundamental skills in order to graduate: Chinese, English, and Information Literacy. This requirement took effect in the 2011-2012 academic year for students in a two-year baccalaureate program. 8 (1) Please see Appendix I for further details about the proficiency tests. (2) You can check your test results through this route: University homepage > Current Students > University Systems > Courses/Learning >Search Grades/Proficiency Test Results. III. Beginning from the 2010-2011 academic year, programs no longer recognize credits earned through HEC courses as elective credits. If you take more HEC courses than required, you cannot use the additional credits as electives for graduation. Please keep this in mind when registering for courses. Credits earned from Military Training electives to reduce military service or from Physical Education electives taken out of interest do not count towards graduation requirements. IV. If you are not taking the minimum number of credits after the deadline for correcting registration errors, you will be ordered on a leave of absence. (Freshmen, sophomores and juniors must take at least 12 credits. Seniors must take at least 9 credits.) Students will be expelled if they have enrolled but have not registered in any courses as stipulated in Fu Jen Catholic University Academic Policies. Notes: Students delaying graduation must register in at least one course (including a course in the Teacher Education Program, but there is no minimum number of credits required), or they will be considered as enrolled but not registered in any courses. These restrictions do not apply to students in the Teacher Education Program who have not met program requirements for language proficiency or the fundamental skills requirements in Chinese Literature, English, and Information Literacy. V. Confirming your Registration: (1) Check that there are no errors on your Course List after each round of registration. If there is a problem with your Course List, contact your program and the Curriculum Division at the Office of Academic Affairs as soon as possible. The deadline for correcting registration errors is October 3, 2017. Once this deadline passes, you will not be able to add or drop a course for any reason. (2) Go online during the period for correcting registration errors and make sure that there are no problems with your Course List. If you do not confirm your Course List online, the University will assume that it is accurate and you will not be able to add or drop courses afterwards. (3) You must address any problems with your Course List through the Registrar before the deadline. Simply asking an instructor to add or erase your information (name, program, year of study, Student ID) from the attendance book does not mean that your information has been updated. You will not receive credit for a course that is not on your Course List even if you attend and complete assignments. Likewise, if you do not attend a course that is on your list, you will receive a grade of 0. Common Issues with Registration 1. The secretary of your program will automatically register you in required courses but may not know if you are missing a prerequisite, you have already taken the course, or you have been granted an exemption. Please check your Course List online and drop any courses you don’t need to take. Likewise, if you have not been registered in a required course, you must add the course yourself. The secretary does not see scheduling conflicts or error codes when registering you (including during pre-registration). Please resolve any scheduling conflicts when the system becomes available and resolve any error messages before the deadline for correcting registration errors. 2. If you are registered in course that you already took, don’t want to take that semester, or have an exemption for, please drop it by the deadline for correcting registration errors. You will not be able to drop it afterwards. 3. Please resolve the following issues before the deadline for correcting registration errors: you did not 9 register for a course; you registered for the wrong course; you took a course for students in a higher year of study; you have enrolled but not registered for courses; or you have not met minimum credit requirements. Freshmen, sophomores and juniors must take at least 12 credits per semester. Seniors must take at least 9 credits per semester. 4. If you do not follow regulations when registering or you go to a course offered for a different class*, the University will rely on your Course List if there is a dispute. If a course is not on your Course List, any grade you receive will be invalid (the University cannot issue a grade because there is no record of your registration). If a course on your Course List but there is no grade, your grade will be calculated as zero (since there is a record of your registration but no record of your attendance/coursework). * e.g.: You registered in a course for Class C, but you go to the one for Class B. Even if the instructor and title are the same, it is still a different course. 5. Please pay attention to the following when registering: restrictions on adding/dropping, restrictions on adding/dropping based on your year of study, the maximum number of students allowed to drop the course, and which students receive priority during course distribution. (1) A course cannot be dropped during online registration or the add/drop period if there are restrictions on dropping it. You will have to go to the program hosting the course and drop it in person. (2) A course cannot be dropped during the add/drop period if the maximum number of students allowed to drop has already been reached. You must ask in person at the office of the program about dropping it. (Some programs limit the number of students allowed to drop a course so that the course won’t be cancelled due to a lack of students.) 6. Your Course List for the semester must be confirmed online - don’t just rely on your memory, your courses shown on iCAN, or attendance records from class. Please follow this route to confirm your list: University homepage>Student Information Portal>University Systems >Courses/Learning >Course List. If you do not confirm your Course List online, the University will assume that it is accurate and changes cannot be made afterwards. ※ If you see an error code (C, R, L, F, etc.) in the Course Markers column on your Course List, contact the office of your program and the Curriculum Division at the Office of Academic Affairs immediately. If the problem is not resolved by the end of the period for correcting registration errors, the Curriculum Division will delete that course from your Course List. You won’t be registered in the course and won’t receive credit even if you attend class. (Even if your name originally appeared on the instructor’s attendance book and you go to class because you did not personally drop the course, the Curriculum Division will have removed your registration information, so your name will not be in the system when the instructor enters grades.) ※ Please see Appendix II for an explanation of errors codes and how to handle them. 7. A course for a minor, double major, the Teacher Education Program, or a credit certificate program cannot be dropped after the period for correcting registration errors even if you have withdrawn from those programs. 8. If you cannot remain in a course after course registration ends because of unique circumstances, please fill out the Course Withdrawal Form, have it stamped with the seals of the instructor and the director of your program, and then submit it to the Office of Academic Affairs. Students may only withdraw from 1 course per semester. Applications must be made at least one month before final exam week. An application to withdraw from a course is not automatically approved. Students must read attendance regulations and the course outline before making an application. An application must be approved by the instructor and the director of the program. ※ A student will not be eligible for the Fu Jen Catholic University Scholar Prize if they withdraw from a course mid-semester. 10 9. The Course Registration System restricts students from taking more than 32 credits (this does not include students at the College of Medicine). If you would like to take more than 32 credits, please complete the Credit Overload Application Form and then submit it to the Office of Academic Affairs along with your academic transcripts, study plan, and the list of courses you would like to add before the deadline for correcting registration errors. Late applications will not be processed. IV. Curriculum of the Holistic Education Center (HEC) I. Major changes to the Holistic Education curriculum 1. Freshman Physical Education courses will be offered separately for each department: (1)Freshman enrolled in 2017~2018 academic year: freshman Physical Education by department (hereinafter referred to as “AT-00”: the last two digital numbers are the code of department), the Physical Education course will be registered in by department. Freshman doesn’t need to do the online registration. The content of this Physical Education by department will include swimming and Physical Fitness, as the Physical Education courses not by departments (hereinafter referred to as “AT-P1”. (2) Sophomore and above retakes freshman PE course: please register AT-00 course in initial registration and the add/drop period. Or register AT-P1 course in the add/drop period. (3) AT-00 and AT-P1 can be counted for freshman PE course. 2. Foreign Languages Freshman English was originally divided into four levels: advanced, advanced-intermediate, intermediate, and beginner. However, the HEC combined advanced and advanced-intermediate starting in the 2016-2017 academic year, so there are now 3 levels: advanced, intermediate, and beginner. If you need to retake or make up credit for an advanced-intermediate course, please take the advanced course. 3. In addition to registering through the Holistic Education Course Selection System, during initial registration and the add/drop period, you may also register for some courses by using the HEC Open Course Registration Slip. You may ask an instructor to join class using the HEC Open Course Registration Slip. Up to 5 students may register in class using the slip. You can find this information by searching for HEC Open Courses on the Course Search System. For more details, please see General Education Courses under the Add/Drop Period on p 17 of these Guidelines. II. HEC Curriculum Framework (implemented during the 2011-2012 academic year): 1. Fundamental Courses (8 credits): Introduction to University Life (2 credits); Philosophy of Life (4 credits); Professional Ethics (2 credits); and Physical Education (0 credits/8 credit hours per semester) 2. Core Abilities (12 credits): Chinese Literature (4 credits); Foreign Languages (8 credits total, at least 4 credits for Freshman English); Information Literacy (0 credits) 3. General Education Courses (12 credits, including at least 2 credits from Historical and Cultural Studies): Arts and Humanities (4 credits); Natural Science and Technology (4 credits); Social Sciences (4 credits) ※Undergraduates must earn 12 credits from General Education courses before graduation, but do not have to take credits each semester. Credits earned that exceed the 12 –credit requirement will not count as electives for graduation. III. HEC Courses (For details please see the FAQs available on the HEC website) Course Type Course Title Duration: (Semester/ Year) For How to Register Freshmen Sophomores (including transfer students) Juniors (including transfer students) Seniors 11 Course Type Course Title Duration: (Semester/ Year) For How to Register Freshmen Sophomores (including transfer students) Juniors (including transfer students) Seniors Fundamental Courses Introduction to University Studies (IT) Semester: 2 credits Freshmen Your program will register you. You can add or drop a course based on the regulations of your program - you do not need to come to the HEC. Philosophy of Life (LT) Year: 4 credits (2 per semester) Sophomores / Juniors Professional Ethics (ET) Semester: 2 credits Juniors / Seniors Physical Education (PE) Freshman Physical Education by department (AT00) Semester: 0 credits (4 hours) Freshmen / Sophomores: See I below. The Office of Physical Education will place you in a class. You don’t need to register the course. For special situation, please bring approve to the Office of Physical Education to add or drop the course.  If you are retaking or making up credit, please register online during the add/drop period.  AT-00 and AT-P1 can be counted for freshman PE course. Freshman Physical Education not by department (ATP1) Ineligible If you are retaking or making up credit, please register online during the add/drop period. 12 Course Type Course Title Duration: (Semester/ Year) For How to Register Freshmen Sophomores (including transfer students) Juniors (including transfer students) Seniors Sophomore Physical Education (ATP2) Semester: 0 credits (4 credit hours) Ineligible Please register online through the Holistic Education Course Selection System or during initial registration and the add/drop period. Course Course Title Duration For How to Register Course Type Course Title Duration (Semester/ Year) For How to Register Freshmen Sophomores (including transfer students) Juniors (including transfer students) Seniors General Education Courses Historical and Cultural Studies (STT8/PTT8/NTT8) Semester: 2 credits All undergrads. See II below. Please register online through the Holistic Education Course Selection System or during initial registration and the add/drop period(you can also use the HEC Open Course Registration Slip). Please register during initial registration or the add/drop period. You can also use the HEC Open Course Registration Slip. Social Sciences (ST) Arts and Humanities (PT) Natural Sciences and Technology (NT) Semester: 2 credits Please register during initial registration or the add/drop period. You can also use the HEC Open Course Registration Slip. 13 Type (Semester / Year) Freshmen Sophomores (including transfer students) Juniors (including transfer students) Seniors Chinese Literature Chinese Literature (CT) Year: 4 credits (2 per semester) Freshmen The HEC will place you in a class. 1. Please register online during course registration or the add/drop period if you are retaking or making up credit. (You may take a Chinese Literature course offered by a program other than your own.) Chinese Literature for Overseas Chinese Students (CTE0) Year: 6 credits (3 per semester) Please come to the HEC to add this course between September 18 and 22. Course Type Course Title Duration (Semester / Year) For How to Register Freshmen Sophomores (including transfer students) Juniors (including transfer students) Seniors Chinese and English Remedial Classes Basic Chinese Writing Semester: 0 credit Only for those who did not pass the Chinese or English proficiency tests (not including absentees from the tests). Ineligible If you are eligible, you may register during pre-registration. Basic English Communication Course Type Course Title Duration (Semeste r / Year) For How to Register Freshmen Sophomores (including transfer students) Juniors (including transfer students) Seniors Freshman Foreign Languages Advanced English Year: 4 credits (2 per semester) Freshmen The HEC will place you in a class. 1. Please register for courses during the add/drop period. 2. Students retaking or making up credit for a course must select the Intermediate English 14 Basic English level they took or were assigned to take during freshman year. 3. If you need to retake or make up credit for Advanced-Intermediate English, please register in Advanced Freshman English. 4. If you need to retake or make up credit for Intermediate English or Basic English, you may register course interdivisional. Sophomore Foreign Languages Topics in English Semester : 2 credits Sophomor es See III below Ineligible 1. Please register online through the Holistic Education Course Selection System or during the period of adding HEC Classes to your Wish List, initial registration and the add/drop period. 2. If the course quota has already been filled, please go to the instructor during the first week of class and ask for written permission to join, then go to the HEC office and register. 3. Can register courses Interdivisional 1. If you need to retake or make up credit, please register online through the Holistic Education Course Selection System or during the period of adding HEC Classes to your Wish List, initial registration and the add/drop period. 2. If the course quota has already been filled, please go to the instructor during the first week of class and ask for written permission to join, then Non- English Langua ge Courses Basic Japanese Advanced Japanese Year: 4 credits (2 per semester) Students who are qualified by the “English Course Waiving Criteria” register online during the period of adding HEC Classes to your Wish List. (Please check the list from HEC website.) Basic German Advanced German Basic French Advanced French Basic Spanish Advanced Spanish Basic Italian Basic Korean Advanced Korean Basic Vietnamese 15 I: 1. Freshmen and sophomores should take a zero-credit required PE course each semester. You must complete two AT00 or ATP1 (Freshman PE) and two ATP2 (Sophomore PE) courses in order to graduate. 2. AT00 (last two digital number is the code for department) is Freshman Physical Education course by department. ATP1 course is only for the students who need to retake or make up Freshman PE courses. II: 1. Freshmen receive priority when registering for Historical and Cultural Studies courses. However, these courses are on the Department of History’s Credit Exclusion List, so history majors will not receive credit if they take them. 2. History for Overseas Chinese Students: This course is only available for Overseas Chinese students. Please register online. 3. If you were admitted during or before the 2010-2011 academic year, you must earn 4 credits from Historical and Cultural Studies in addition to the 12 credits from General Education courses. 4. Please double check your HEC Course Records so that you don’t accidentally register in a course for which you won’t receive credit: University homepage> Current Students>University Systems> Courses/Learning> Check Grades > HEC Course Records 5. Please read your program’s Credit Exclusion List before registering. You won’t receive credit if you take a course on that list. The list is available through the following route: University homepage> Current Students > University Systems > Courses/Learning > Credit Exclusion Lists. III: Freshmen must take 4 credits of English. Students who are qualified by the “English Course Waiving Criteria” (Please check the list from HEC website) can take non-English courses (basic Japanese/German/French/Spanish/Italian/Korean/ Vietnamese) instead. After registered one non-English course, please drop the “Advance English” course online. If failed to register, please take the “Advance English” course placed by HEC. IV. In order to ensure that all students have equal opportunity to register for courses, registration for Holistic Education courses is done exclusively online and ends after the add/drop period. You may not request an instructor or administrative staff at the HEC to help you add or drop a course. V. Phases of Registration I. Pre-registration Dates and Times What Web Address and Route June 6 (9:00) – June 12 (16:00) Pre-registration Course Registration System (http://signcourse.fju.edu.tw) go to the HEC office and register. 3. Can register courses Interdivision al 16 Dates and Times What Web Address and Route June 13 (9:00) – June 19 (16:00) Pre-registration results announced Notes: Pre-registration is done in accordance with the policies of individual centers, offices, and academic programs offering courses. Please read information about pre-registration on the University website and in announcements issued by individual programs. Registration is official only after the results have been reviewed and announced by the center, office or program hosting the course. Scheduling conflicts and error codes may arise during pre-registration. Please resolve such issues by the deadline for correcting registration errors. Chinese and English Remedial Classes Pre-registration for a Chinese or English Remedial Class is open to seniors who previously failed a Chinese or English course (this does not include students absent from the exam). II. Adding HEC Classes to your Wish List (HEC extensions: 3210, 3211, 3212, 3213; Office of Physical Education extensions: 2921, 2916) General Education Courses (NT, PT and ST) Foreign Languages (Topics in English) FTE2 Historical and Cultural Studies (NTT8、PTT8、STT8) Physical Education Courses (Juniors and Seniors: D-ATP2) Who can Register Freshmen ~ Seniors (including students in a two-year program) Sophomores / Transfer students admitted for the 2017-2018 academic year Freshmen/ juniors in a two-year program/ transfer students admitted for the 2017-2018 academic year Freshmen/ Sophomores/ Juniors and seniors retaking or making up credit for Sophomore PE [ATP2]) Dates and Times Friday, September 1 at 9:00 am until Tuesday, September 5 at 12:00 pm Registration is not conducted on a first-come, first served basis, so there is no need to register as soon as the system becomes available. Please take your time registering to avoid excessive traffic on the website.  Reminders: 17 1. Please read course outlines online before registering (University Homepage > Student Information Portal > University Systems > Courses/Learning > Course Outlines) and take note of restrictions, attendance regulations, and the language of instruction. Also make sure that there is no scheduling conflict between a course you would like to take and a required course for your program or practicum. If you miss this stage of registration or if the course you tried to register for was not distributed to you, you can register again during initial registration or the add/drop period. 2. For information related to Holistic Education courses, please visit the website of the HEC: http://www.hec.fju.edu.tw Foreign Languages (FT) 1. Freshmen English: (1) Freshmen don’t need to register online. HEC will place the students into list. Students who qualified by the “English Course Waiving Criteria” register non-English online during the period of adding HEC Classes to your Wish List. (Please check the list from HEC website.) (2) Sophomores/Juniors/Seniors need to retake or make up credit for Freshmen English, please register in online during the period of the add-drop period. 2. Foreign Languages—Topics in English (course code: D-FTE2-xxxxx-) (1) Only sophomores and transfer students admitted for the 2017-2018 academic year may register during this phase. (2) Juniors and seniors who need to retake or make up credit for Topics in English should register during the add/drop period. (3) There are three levels of Topics in English: advanced, intermediate, and basic. Students who took Advanced English as a freshman should take Advanced Topics in English. Students who took Intermediate English as a freshman should take Intermediate Topics in English. Students who took Basic English as a freshman should take Basic Topics in English. (4) Some Topics in English courses hosted by the College of Science are not available at this stage of registration. Please check online to see which courses are available at this time. 3. Foreign Languages—Non-English (course code: D-FTEN-xxxxx-) (1) Only sophomores and transfer students admitted for the 2017-2018 academic year may register during this phase. (2) Freshmen who are qualified by the “English Course Waiving Criteria” can register online during this period. Please check the waiving criteria and the list from HEC website. (3) There are two levels of Topics in English: basic non-English languages and advanced non-English languages. Students should take basic course and then advanced course. Students who don’t follow the suggestion and take the advanced course should take the consequences for unable getting the academic award due to withdrawing this course. 4. Courses are distributed randomly. You may list up to 20 courses in order of preference. One course will be distributed to you. General Education Courses (Arts and Humanities, Natural Science and Technology, Social Science, Historical and Cultural Studies, General Education courses offered by academic programs) 18 1. Only freshmen, juniors in a two-year program, and transfer students admitted for the 2017-2018 academic year may register in Historical and Cultural Studies courses during this phase. You may list up to 10 preferences. One will be distributed to you. 2. General Education Courses Courses are distributed randomly. You may list up to 20 preferences on your Wish List. Seniors and students delaying graduation must select at least 5 preferences. One will be distributed to you. Seniors receive priority during distribution – up to 50% of places are reserved for them. Required Physical Education (PE) courses (D-ATP2) 1. Sophomores must take a 0-credit required PE course each semester. All students must complete two ATP2 (Sophomore PE) in order to graduate. (Courses coded with U, W, X, Y, or Z are for students from the Department of Physical Education ONLY. If you are not a PE major, please do not register in them.) It’s ok to take the course with same title, same teacher in different semester. 2. Selecting courses at this stage: (1) Sophomores (including juniors and seniors retaking or making up credit for PE courses): only register in an ATP2 course. (2) Freshmen: The Office of Physical Education will place you in a class. You don’t need to register the course. 3. Before registering for courses, please read Course Selection and Registration Guidelines as well as related announcements on the website of the Office of Physical Education: http://peo.dsa.fju.tw.edu 4. Students must attend class starting from the first week of school. If a PE course was not distributed to you after online registration, you must go to class as a guest student during the first 3 weeks and have the instructor sign the Proof of Attendance Form so that you won’t accumulate absences on your attendance record. Provide the Proof of Attendance Form to your instructor when you are finally placed in a class. The form is available for download on the website of the Office of Physical Education. III. Browsing for Courses on the Course Registration System Course Registration System Open for Browsing Dates and Times Wednesday, September 6 at 4:00 pm until Monday, September 25 at 3:00 am Notes 1. Course Registration System: http://signcourse.fju.edu.tw. 2. After logging in to the system, you can begin adding courses to My Favorites. You can use this list to save time during registration. 3. The Course Search function lets you search for courses by course type, program, title, instructor, and time. Click on a course to see important details such as restrictions on registering or dropping based on your year of study, the maximum number of students allowed to drop the course, and who receives priority during distribution. 4. You will not be able to search for courses or edit My Favorites during distribution. IV. Online Registration 19 Online Registration (2 rounds of registration and distribution) Thursday, September 7 at 9:00 until Monday, September 11 at 3:00 First round of registration. ------------------------------------------------------------ Monday, September 11 at 3:00 until Tuesday, September 12 at 12:00 Registration ends. Distribution begins. ------------------------------------------------------------ Tuesday, September 12 at 12:00 until Thursday, September 14 at 3:00 Browse distribution results. Second round of distribution. ------------------------------------------------------------ Thursday, September 14 at 3:00 until Thursday, September 14 at 12:00 Registration ends. Distribution begins. ----------------------------------------------------------- The times above are based on the 24-hour clock. Your Course List will be updated after each round of distribution. Please check it after each round. (University homepage > Current Students > University Systems > Courses/Learning > Course List).  Reminders: 1. All courses are distributed after registration ends. The time you register will not affect the distribution results. (I.e. Registering as soon as registration begins does not mean a greater likelihood that a course will be distributed to you.) 2. If you drop a course, the system will show a vacancy so that another student may register. 3. Please pay attention to restrictions that appear in the Notes column and those set up by your academic program. If you don’t meet requirements, the course will not be distributed to you. 4. If there are restrictions on adding or dropping a course, you must go to the program offering the course during registration and request to add or drop the course. Notes: Complete the Course Change Form and bring it with your student ID to the office of the program. Please note that this form is different from the Add/Drop Request Form, which is used for interdivisional registration and correcting registration errors. 5. Please deal with errors codes promptly. 6. Please check your list of Registered Courses after each round of distribution. Drop courses you don’t want and register for any courses you still need. Chinese Literature Courses (CT) 1. Overseas Chinese students and Foreign students please check the result of Chinese ability placement test from your Course List. 2. Students who need to retake or make up credit for Fall semester should register online during this phase. Students may take a Chinese Literature Course offered by a program other than their own. Students who need to retake or make up credit for Spring semester should register online next semester. Foreign Languages (FT) 20 1. Freshman English (1) Freshmen who are not listed for qualified by the “English Course Waiving Criteria” can use the test result of an English Language Proficiency test to waive English course and take Advanced English courses. Please bring the proof of English Language Proficiency test to HEC office (ES205) for registering Advanced English courses at 8:00~16:30, September 18~20, 2017. (2) Because the course registration for freshman Overseas Chinese students, Foreign students and Mainland China Students is still in process, Sophomores/Juniors/Seniors can’t register courses during this phase. 2. Foreign Languages—Topics in English (course code: D-FTE2-xxxxx-) (1) Sophomores may register during this phase of registration. (2) Juniors and seniors wanting to retake or make up credit may also register during this phase. 3. Foreign Languages—Non-English (course code: D-FTEN-xxxxx-) (1) Freshmen qualified by the “English Course Waiving Criteria” can register courses during this phase. (2) Freshmen who are not listed for qualified by the “English Course Waiving Criteria” can use the test result of an English Language Proficiency test to waive English course and take non-English courses. Please bring the proof of English Language Proficiency test to HEC office (ES205) for registering non-English courses at 8:00~16:30, September 18~20, 2017. (3) Juniors and seniors wanting to retake or make up credit may register during this phase. General Education Courses (Arts and Humanities, Natural Science and Technology, Social Science, Historical and Cultural Studies, General Education courses offered by academic programs) 1. Undergrads in all years of study (including students in a two-year program) may register for Historical and Cultural Studies courses during this phase. These courses will be distributed with General Education courses. A maximum of 2 may be distributed to you. 2. The three areas of General Education (Arts and Humanities, Natural Science and Technology, and Social Science) all offer Historical and Cultural Studies courses. Codes are as follows: Arts and Humanities (D-PTT8-xxxxx-); Natural Science and Technology (D-NTT8-xxxxx-); and Social Science (D-STT8-xxxxx-). Required Physical Education Courses (D-ATP1, D-ATP2 and ATP0 specialized courses) and Physical Education Electives(D-ATP3) 1. Before registering for courses, please read Course Selection and Registration Guidelines as well as related announcements under the students section on the website of the Office of Physical Education. (http://peo.dsa.fju.edu.tw) 2. Freshmen and sophomores must take a 0-credit required PE course each semester. All students must complete two AT00 or ATP1 courses (Freshman PE) and two ATP2 courses (Sophomore PE) in order to graduate. (Courses coded with U, W, X, Y, or Z are for students from the Department of Physical Education ONLY. If you are not a PE major, please do not register in them.) 3. Students at the junior level and above may take the ATP3 elective course for 1 credit. 4. An AT00, ATP1 or ATP2 course may be waived if you took a 0-credit specialized PE course (ATP0). 5. An AT00 course can be used to waive ATP1 course. An ATP3 course cannot be used to waive a 0-credit course. 21 6. At this phase of online registration: (1) Freshmen: The Office of Physical Education will place you in a class. You don’t need to register the course. For special situation, please bring approve to the Office of Physical Education to add or drop the course. (2) Sophomores and above wanting to retake or make up 2 ATP1 courses: must register first AT00 course. (3) Sophomores and above wanting to retake or make up 1 ATP1 courses: can register one AT00 course. (4) Sophomores should register for ATP2 (juniors and seniors wanting to retake or make up credit for ATP2 may also register at this time). (5) Students who have a Disability Handbook or medical proof of disease or injury issued by a doctor should register for ATP0 and provide the supporting documents to the instructor on the first day of class. (6) Students at the junior level and above may register for the 1-credit ATP3 elective course if interested. 7. Freshman admitted since 2017-2018 academic year: can only register one AT00 course each semester (no need to register online). If needed to retake or make up AT00 course after freshman, can only register one AT00 course in one semester. But student can register another ATP2 course at the same time. All-Out Defense Education Military Training (Military Training Office website: http://smt.dsa.fju.edu.tw/) 1. Changes were made to Military Training courses in the 2013-2014 academic year to conform with the new regulations on deducting military service time for draftees born after 1994: (1) Required Military Training was renamed All-Out Defense Education Military Training. Students go to a 2-hour class once every two weeks and receive a 2-day reduction of required military service. (2) Elective Military Training courses were renamed All-Out Defense Education Military Training – (---). E.g.: All-Out Defense Education Military Training—National Defense Policies. Students go to a 2-hour class once a week and receive a 2-day reduction of military service. 2. Freshman Military Training is a required course and cannot be dropped. Students who are retaking, making up credit, or have obtained a waiver for this course should add or drop the course online during registration. Please make sure to register in the same class for both semesters. 3. Elective Military Training: Students at the sophomore level or above (including students in a Master’s program) may register for elective courses each semester but may not repeat the same course. V. Online Add/Drop Online Add/Drop (5 rounds of registration and distribution) Wednesday, September 20 at 9:00 until Thursday, September 21 at 3:00 First round of registration ------------------------------------------------------------ Thursday, September 21 at 3:00 until Tuesday, February 21 at 12:00 Registration ends. Distribution begins. ------------------------------------------------------------ Thursday, September 21 at 12:00 until Friday, September 22 at 3:00 Browse distribution results. Second round of registration. ----------------------------------------------------------- Friday, September 22 at 3:00 until Friday, September 22 at 12:00 22 Registration ends. Distribution begins. ----------------------------------------------------------- Friday, February 22 at 12:00 until Saturday, September 23 at 3:00 Browse distribution results. Third round of registration. ----------------------------------------------------------- Saturday, September 23 at 3:00 until Saturday, September 23 at 12:00 Registration ends. Distribution begins. ----------------------------------------------------------- Saturday, September 23 at 12:00 until Sunday, September 24 at 3:00 Browse distribution results. Fourth round of registration. ----------------------------------------------------------- Sunday, September 24 at 3:00 until Sunday, September 24 at 12:00 Registration ends. Distribution begins. ----------------------------------------------------------- Sunday, September 24 at 12:00 until Monday, September 25 at 3:00 Browse distribution results. Fifth round of registration. ----------------------------------------------------------- Monday, September 25 at 3:00 until Monday, September 25 at 12:00 Registration ends. Distribution begins. * Please note that the times above are based on the 24-hour clock.  Distribution results will be updated on your Course List (this includes General Education courses added through the HEC Open Course Registration Slip). Please check your Course List online to ensure that there are no errors: University Homepage > Current Students > University Systems > Courses/Learning > Course List).  Reminders: 1. All courses are distributed after registration ends. The time you register will not affect the distribution results. (I.e. Registering as soon as registration begins does not mean a greater likelihood that a course will be distributed to you.) 2. If you drop a course, the system will show a vacancy so that another student may register. 3. Please pay attention to restrictions that appear in the Notes column and those set up by your academic program. If you don’t meet requirements, the course will not be distributed to you. 4. If there are restrictions on adding or dropping a course, you must go to the program offering the course during registration and request to add or drop the course. Notes: Complete the Course Change Form and bring it with your student ID to the office of the program. Please note that this form is different from the Add/Drop Request Form, which is used for interdivisional registration and correcting registration errors. 5. Please check your list of Registered Courses after each round of distribution. Drop courses you don’t want and register for any courses you still need. 6. If you see an error code (C, R, L, F, etc.) in the Course Markers column on your Course List, please contact the office of your program and the Curriculum Division at the Office of Academic Affairs immediately. If the problem is not resolved by the end of the period for correcting registration errors, the Curriculum Division will delete that course from your Course List. Foreign Languages (FT) 23 1. Freshman English (1) If freshman English course is still not in course list, please go to HEC office (ES205) to check before September 18, 2017. Overseas Chinese students/Foreign students/Mainland China student please visit HEC website for the English placement test result. (2) Anyone needing to retake or make up credit for Freshman English may register at this time. Please take the same level that you previously took or were assigned to take. Transfer students my register the suitable English courses. If you need to retake or make up credit for an advanced-intermediate course, please take the advanced course. (3) If the course is already full during registration, please go to a classroom during the first week of class (September 18-22) and request a Registration Slip from the instructor. Then bring it to the HEC office (ES205) to register. 2. Foreign Languages—Topics in English (course code D-FTE2-xxxxx-) (1) Sophomore students may register during this phase. (2) Juniors and seniors needing to retake or make up credit may also register during this phase. (3) If the course is already full during registration, please go to a classroom during the first week of class (September 18-22) and request a Registration Slip from the instructor. Then bring it to the HEC office (ES205) to register. 3. Foreign Languages—Non-English (course code D-FTEN-xxxxx-) (1) Juniors and seniors wanting to retake or make up credit may register during this phase. (2) If the course is already full during registration, please go to a classroom during the first week of class (September 18-22) and request a Registration Slip from the instructor. Then bring it to the HEC office (ES205) to register. General Education Courses (Arts and Humanities, Natural Science and Technology, Social Science, Historical and Cultural Studies, General Education courses offered by academic programs) Undergrads in all years of study (including students in a two-year program) may register for Historical and Cultural Studies courses. These courses will be distributed with General Education courses. A maximum of 2 may be distributed to you. HEC Open Course Registration Slip 1. In addition to using the Holistic Education Course Selection System and registering during initial registration and the add/drop period, students can also use the HEC Open Course Registration Slip. Once a course is full, you may still join a class by asking for a Registration Slip from the instructor. Up to 5 or 10 students can join a course this way. Please check the Course Search System for details. 2. The following students may use the HEC Open Course Registration Slip to add open courses: undergraduate students in freshman to senior year, transfer students, students delaying degree completion, and exchange students 3. The following students may NOT use the HEC Open Course Registration Slip: graduate and interdivisional students. 4. From September 18-22, you can go to a GE course that was designated as open and request to join class through the HEC Open Course Registration Slip. Instructors will ask for your Student ID and have final authority to decide whether or not to let you join. The instructor must register your name, student ID, program and year of study on the HEC Open Course Registration Slip (Appendix III). If you join class without permission, the instructor will inform the Registrar to cancel your registration in that class. 5. During the add/drop period, you can log into the HEC Open Course Registration Slip System (http://crac.daa.fju.edu.tw) using your LDAP account number and password and register for a course using 24 the Entrance Code on the HEC Open Course Registration Slip. Registration is not possible after the deadline. The limit of two GE courses does not apply to courses added via the HEC Open Course Registration Slip. 6. The Registration Code on the HEC Open Course Registration Slip is different for each course and may only be used once. If you use the code to register online and later drop the course, you cannot re-register using the same code. You can’t ask the staff to stamp your course list to add courses manually. Graduating students who need to take General Education courses should take full advantage of the add/drop period to register for courses or use the HEC Open Course Registration Slip. Chinese Literature Courses (CT) 1. Chinese course is a year-course; students who need to retake or make up credit of Fall semester should register online during this phase. Students may take a Chinese Literature Course offered by a program other than their own. For retaking or making up the credit of Spring semester, please register online next semester. 2. Chinese for overseas Chinese students (only available to overseas Chinese students and international students): Freshman who need to retake or make-up credit or who have a scheduling conflict should come to the HEC office to register during the first week of classes (September 18-22). Office hours are 8:00 until 16:30. Chinese or English remedial classes The following students may register for Chinese or English Remedial Classes during this phase if they were unable to do so during pre-registration: Juniors who previously took a Chinese or English course but did not pass (this does not include students absent from the exam) and seniors. Please come to the HEC office to register during the first week of classes (February 20-24). Office hours are 8:00 until 16:00. Spaces are limited, so please come early. Required Physical Education course (D-ATP1, D-ATP2 and ATP0 specialized courses) and Physical Education Electives (D-ATP3) 1. Before registering for courses, please read Course Selection and Registration Guidelines as well as related announcements under the students section on the website of the Office of Physical Education. (http://peo.dsa.fju.edu.tw) 2. Freshmen and sophomores must take a 0-credit required PE course each semester. All students must complete two AT00 or ATP1 courses (Freshman PE) and two ATP2 courses (Sophomore PE) in order to graduate. (Courses coded with U, W, X, Y, or Z are for students from the Department of Physical Education ONLY. If you are not a PE major, please do not register in them.) 3. Students at the junior level and above may register for the 1-credit ATP3 elective course if interested. 4. An AT00, ATP1 or ATP2 course may be waived if you took a 0-credit specialized PE course (ATP0). 5. An AT00 course can be used to waive ATP1 course. An ATP3 course cannot be used to waive a 0-credit course. 6. Students at the sophomore level needing to retake or make up credit for two PE courses: (1) Student should register for one ATP2 course through the Holistic Education Course Selection System or during initial registration or register one AT00 course through online registration. Then register for a second PE course (ATP2,
  • AT00 or ATP2) during the add/drop period. (2) Only 2 PE courses may be taken in a single semester and they must be in different subjects. 7. Students at the sophomore level or above (including students delaying graduation) who need to retake or 25 make up credit for Freshman PE (ATP1): (1) Student who needs retake or make up two ATP1 courses: please register the second ATP1 course (the first freshman PE (AT00) course must be registered during online registration period.) (2) Student who needs retake or make up one ATP1 course: please register one AT00 or ATP1 course (or register on AT00 course during online registration period.) 8. Students at the sophomore level or above can retake AT00 or ATP1 for freshman PE course. 9. PE courses are only available for registration online. Students of the Day Division registering for courses offered by the Day Division and students at the School of Continuing Education registering for courses offered by the SOCE may not come to the Office of Physical Education to register if there is a vacancy in a course. 10. If you would like to register for a course at the SOCE, please go to the Office of Physical Education located on the first floor of the Cardinal Shan Medical Building (extension 2921), and request to register in a course with a vacancy. (Interdivisional registration for PE courses is not available for freshmen.) * Registration code: C-ATP1/2 VI. Registering for Courses Offered by the SOCE Who can Register Sophomores ~ Seniors (including students in a two-year program) Dates and Times Tuesday, September 26 at 16:00 until Friday, September 29 at 21:00  Reminders: 1. Please follow regulations when registering for courses offered by the SOCE. Follow these steps during the dates above: Bring three copies of the Add/Drop Course Form to a department of the SOCE → Obtain the seal of that department → Obtain the seal of your home program → Hand in your Course List to the office of your home program → Submit your Course List to the Curriculum Division to update your course information. 2. Regulations: (1) You may take courses at the SOCE beginning in sophomore year after receiving permission from your home program, the program offering the course, and the Office of Academic Affairs. However, the course title and number of credits must be identical with the course offered by your home program. (2) Credits taken from the SOCE must account for no more than one-third of your total credits for a given semester. This restriction does not apply to students in the Teacher Education Program. You must still take the minimum number of credits as specified by your division. 3. Please go to the night time office of the Office of Academic Affairs (ES201) if you would like to register in a GE course from the SOCE. Student quotas will be announced on September 26, 2017. You may not register in a course simply by getting an instructor’s written permission on your Course List. VII. Correcting Registration Errors in Person Dates and Times Monday, September 25 at 12:00 until Tuesday, October 3 at 16:00 26  Reminders: 1. Please complete course registration online by the end of the add/drop period. If you are unable to add or drop a course using the Course Registration System because of specific regulations, please go to the center, office, or academic program to add or drop the course in person during the times specified in regulations. Take the Add/Drop Course Form and obtain the seals of both the program offering the course and your home program, then send it to the Office of Academic Affairs no later than 16:00 on Tuesday, October 3, 2016. Late submissions will not be processed. 2. Please complete course registration during this phase. You will not be able to make any changes to your Course List after the deadline. 3. If you are not taking the minimum number of credits required by the deadline (12 credits for freshmen, sophomores and juniors; 9 credits for seniors), you will be requested to take a leave of absence from the University. If you are enrolled but have not registered for courses, you will be expelled from the University in accordance with FJCU Academic Policies. These restrictions do not apply if you are taking a practicum through the Teacher Education Program and have not met program requirements for language proficiency or the fundamental skills requirements in Chinese Literature, English, and Information Literacy. General Education Courses (Arts and Humanities, Natural Science and Technology, Social Science, Historical and Cultural Studies, General Education courses offered by academic programs) Adding a courses in person: 1. After the add/drop period ends, graduating students admitted during or before the 2012-2013 academic year who are at risk of needing to delay graduation because they have not completed credits for General Education courses should come to the HEC to add a course in person. Please bring the following documents to the office of the HEC (ES205) from Tuesday, September 26 until Tuesday, October 3 (9:00-12:00, 13:00-16:00): (1) your official transcripts; (2) HEC Course List; (3) a copy of your Course List printed after the add/drop period. Late applications will not be processed. 2. HEC Request Form for Late Course Additions. (1) Pass the initial review by the HEC (please bring the 3 documents mentioned above); (2) Receive the seal of the instructor whose class you would like to take; (3) Receive the seal of the director of your program; (4) Submit all documents to the HEC; (5) After receiving permission, complete the Course Change Application Form, and have it stamped with the seal of the HEC and your home program. Send the form to the Curriculum Division at the Office of Academic Affairs. These five steps must all be completed by the deadline for correcting course registration errors. Late applications will not be processed. 3. Students in the following situations will be assisted: (1) Seniors who need to add a course because they lack required courses from the HEC needed to graduate; (2) Students whose Course List shows an error code on an HEC class (please see Appendix II); (3) You may add or drop a course in person at the HEC office for one of the following reasons: (i) You accidentally registered for a course on your program’s Credit Exclusion List; (ii) You have received a credit waiver for a GE course; (iii) The number of GE course credits you want to drop reaches 4. Any other reasons for dropping a course will not be considered. 4. A student who has earned 4 credits from Natural Science and Technology Studies but has not met requirements for proficiency in Information Literacy may not ask an instructor or staff at the HEC to help them register in an Information Literacy course. For details on passing Information Literacy, please see Appendix I. Foreign Languages (including Freshman English, Sophomore Topics in English, and Sophomore Non-English Language Courses) 27 Adding a course in person: 1. After the add/drop period ends, graduating students that enrolled during or before the 2012-2013 academic year and who are at risk of needing to delay graduation because they have not completed credits for Foreign Language courses should come to the HEC (ES205) to add a course in person from Tuesday, September 26 until Tuesday, October 3 (9:00-12:00, 13:00-16:00). Please bring written permission from the instructor to the office of the HEC to register. 2. At this phase, students in the following situations will be assisted: (1) Seniors requesting to add a course because they lack required courses from the HEC needed to graduate; (2) Students whose Course List shows an error code on an HEC class (please see Appendix II). Other reasons will not be accepted. Chinese Literature (CT) Adding a course in person: After the add/drop period ends, graduating students that enrolled during or before the 2011-2012 academic year and who are at risk of needing to delay graduation because they have not completed credits for Chinese Literature courses should come to the HEC (ES205) to add a course in person from Tuesday, September 26 until Tuesday, October 3 (9:00-12:00, 13:00-16:00). Please bring the following documents: (1) your official transcripts; (2)HEC Course List; (3) a copy of your Course List that was printed after the add/drop period. Late applications will not be processed. VIII. Confirming your Course List Online Dates and Times Monday, September 25 at 12:00 until Wednesday, October 4 at 8:00  Reminders: 1. Please check your Course List online and then confirm it during the dates above: University Homepage > Current Students > University Systems > Courses/Learning > Course List). If there is a problem with your Course List, please notify your program and the Curriculum Division at the Office of Academic Affairs as soon as possible. Problems must be resolved no later than the deadline for correcting registration errors. (Confirmation of courses is done exclusively online. You will not receive a hard copy of your Course List.) 2. If you see an error code (C, R, L, F, etc.) in the Course Markers column on your Course List, please contact the office of your program and the Curriculum Division at the Office of Academic Affairs immediately. If the problem is not resolved by the end of the period for correcting registration errors, the Curriculum Division will delete that course from your Course List. 3. Your Course List will be updated after the add/drop period and during the period for correcting registration errors. If you have added or dropped a course in person before the deadline for correcting registration errors, please check online the day after submitting your application to make sure the change was updated. 4. If you discover an error on your Course List after the deadline of October 3, you will not be able to add or drop a course for any reason. 5. If you do not confirm your Course List online, the University will assume that it is correct and no changes will be possible after the deadline. Co-published by the Office of Academic Affairs, the Center of Information Technology, 28 and the Holistic Education Center May, 2017 29 Appendix I: Evaluation Criteria and Supporting Measures for Fundamental Skills in Chinese, English and Information Literacy I. Chinese: 1. Students must pass the Chinese Proficiency Test administered by the University (Evaluation criteria are determined by the Test and Education Committee for Fundamental Skills); OR 2. Take the Chinese Remedial courses offered by the HEC and pass the corresponding exam. (This option is not available to students who violated exam regulations or who were absent from the exam.) 3. International students who have received a B1 on the written portion of TOCFL administered by the MOE may submit supporting documents instead of taking the test. II. English: 1. Students must pass the English Proficiency Test administered by the University (Evaluation criteria are determined by the Test and Education Committee for Fundamental Skills); OR 2. Apply for an exemption if they can provide a certificate of any of the following English proficiency tests administered by another institution: a. GEPT: intermediate level or higher b. TOEFL: iPT (450 or higher), CBT (145 or higher), iBT (49 or higher) c. IELTS: Level 4 or higher d. TOEIC: 450 or higher e. CSEPT: 200 or higher f. BULATIS: 50 or higher; OR 3. Take the English Remedial courses offered by the HEC and pass the corresponding exam (This option is not available to students who violated exam regulations or who were absent from the exam). III. Information Literacy: Students have two options: 1. Pass computer and information literacy courses recognized by the University. (For a list of courses, please visit the HEC website: http://www.hec.fju.edu.tw/輔仁大學資訊基本能力認可之校內資訊課程(991-1012)102.4.19.docx) OR 2. Provide IT certifications. (For a list of accepted certifications, please visit the HEC website: http://www.hec.fju.edu.tw/100.9.7修訂之校外資訊能力證照.docx)  If you would like to submit your certification, please scan it and upload it to the Management System for Student Certifications, then present the original copy to your home program for verification. All certifications must have been awarded less than three years before enrolling at the University. (以下煩請自行輸入圖表中,謝謝!) How to Upload your Certifications (證照上傳流程) Log in to the Student Information Portal using your LDAP account number and password. (進入「學生 資訊入口網」。。。) Click on Web Services and enter the Management System for Student Certifications (點選。。。) 30 Upload a photograph or scanned copy of the certification or transcript to the system and fill in required information. (將證照。。。拍照。。。) Bring the original copy of the certification or transcript to your home program for verification. The secretary will confirm it on the Management System for Student Certifications. (持證照。。。系秘。。。) After one or two days, log in to the Student Information Portal to check that your status has been updated. (一至二天。。查詢。。狀況) Appendix II: Course Restrictions and Registration Error Codes Error Code What does it mean? What to do C Scheduling conflict Please drop the course causing the conflict. E Course not offered The course has either been cancelled or its title has changed. Please drop the course and add a different one if needed. F Failed first semester of a year-long course 1. Please drop the course. 2. If you failed, withdrew, or did not enroll in the first semester of a year-long course, but would still like to take the second semester, you may add the course by submitting the Registration Form for the Second Half Of a Yearlong Course to the Curriculum Division after receiving permission from the instructor and the director of your program. H Course repeated 1. Drop the course. 2. According to Article 16 of the Regulations for Assessing Grades and Calculating Credits, “Students may not retake a course that they previously passed. If a student repeats a course, the new credits will not count towards graduation requirements.” 3. You may add the course under special circumstances (if it is required for your minor or double degree). L Grade for first semester class below 50% 1. Drop the class. 2. Please complete the Course Continuation Form, have it stamped with the seals of the instructor and the director of your program, and then submit it to the Curriculum Division before September 25. R Sequential course restriction 1. Drop the course. 2. You may add the course in person if you receive permission from the program. G Departmental General Education course—not open for registration to students of the home department Please drop the course. D Course code of a major course repeated Please drop courses until the error is removed. X Interdivisional registration not allowed 1. Drop the course. 2. You may add the course in person if you receive permission from the program. 31 V Course only available to students enrolled in the Teacher Education Program Please drop the course or apply to take the course at the Center of Teacher Education. Z Class grades not received Please verify your grade for the course. If you receive an L, F, or R, but still want to take the course, please follow the instructions above to resolve the problem. If you do not wish to continue, please drop the course. P Individual grade not received Please verify your grade for the course. If you receive an L, F, or R, but still want to take the course, please follow the instructions above to resolve the problem. If you do not wish to continue, please drop the course. Appendix III: HEC Open Course Registration Slip Appendix III: Regulations Related to Course Registration (Excerpts from the Academic Policies and Other Regulations: http://www.fju.edu.tw/resource.jsp?labelID=13) (Academic Policies) Article 10 If a student has completed registration but has not paid fees charged per credit, practicum fees, or other required fees by the deadline, they will not be allowed to register the following semester. Diplomas will not be issued to graduating students. Notes: A student remains registered in a course even if they do not pay fees charged per credit, practicum fees, or other required fees (including fees for credit certificate programs or independent courses offered by minor programs). A student must drop an unwanted course during the add/drop period or by the deadline for correcting registration errors in order to avoid affecting their grades, enrollment, or graduation. Article 11 Students should register in courses and submit necessary documents in accordance with Regulations Governing Course Registration and the regulations of individual programs by the deadline announced by the University. Students who fail to complete the registration process and submit all the necessary documents by the deadline without a valid reason will be expelled from the University. Regulations Governing Course Registration will be established separately. Article 12 Students must follow Regulations Governing Course Registration when adding or dropping courses and must do Course Title: Course Code: Instructor: Registration Code: Expires: 32 so by the deadline announced by the University. If a student adds a course without following regulations, the University will not recognize grades or credits earned in that course. If a student drops a course without following regulations, the course will remain on their record and they will receive a grade of zero. Article 37 7. A student will be expelled from the University if they have completed registration for the semester but have not registered in any courses (and cannot provide a valid reason). These restrictions do not apply to students enrolled in the Teacher Education Program and who are performing their practicum but have not met program requirements for fundamental skills or passed the Chinese, English, or Information Literacy proficiency tests. Article 44 Undergraduates enrolled in the Day Division must take a minimum of 12 credits each semester during freshman, sophomore, and junior year; at least 9 credits must be taken each semester during their final year. Undergraduates enrolled in the School of Continuing Education must take a minimum of 10 credits each semester during freshman year and at least 9 credits each semester afterwards. These restrictions do not apply to students delaying degree completion and fifth-year students enrolled in the College of Medicine who are retaking a required course failed in the past. If a student is unable to continue in a course after the add/drop period ends because of special circumstances, they may apply to withdraw from the course in accordance with Regulations Governing Course Registration. The minimum number of credits they must take that semester will be determined by the aforesaid Regulations. (Regulations for Course Selection and Registration) Article 2 Students must register for courses in accordance with Course Selection and Registration Guidelines as well as the individual regulations of colleges, programs, and the Holistic Education Center. Article 3 Students should register in courses opened for their class. However, this restriction does not apply if the program has different regulations or for reasons such as a scheduling conflict on the student’s Course List, and the student receives written permission from the director of their program to take a different course. Article 4 A student may register for a course offered by a different program during the period for correcting registration errors, but must first receive permission from the director of their program and the director of the program offering the course. The program hosting the course may prevent the student from registering if facilities are limited, there is a lack of seating, the class is already full, or for similar reasons. Article 5 Undergraduates who enrolled in the Day Division during or before the 2004-2005 academic year must take Physical Education courses each semester from freshman to junior year. Undergraduates who enrolled after the 2004-2005 academic year must take PE courses each semester during both freshman and sophomore year. This does not apply to students granted a waiver. Students who failed or did not take required PE courses may retake or make up the credits during any semester (including summer semesters), but may not register in more than two PE courses per semester. Article 7 Students taking a sequential course must pass the lower level before taking the advanced level. These restrictions do not apply if the student receives permission from the director of their program because of special circumstances. 33 Article 8 Students taking a yearlong course must complete the first semester before taking the second semester. These restrictions do not apply if a student receives permission from the instructor and the director of their program. Article 9 Undergraduates who fail the first semester of a yearlong course but earn a grade above 50 percent may take the second semester class. If a student’s grade is below 50 percent, they must first receive permission from the instructor and the director of their program before taking the second semester class. Notes: If a student would like to continue in the second semester, they must first complete the Registration Form for the Second Half of a Yearlong Course, receive permission from the instructor, have the form stamped with the director’s seal, and then submit it to the Curriculum Division. Article 10 If there is a scheduling conflict on a student’s Course List after the deadline for correcting registration errors, the Curriculum Division at the Office of Academic Affairs may require the student to remain registered in one course and drop the other. Article 11 Freshmen, sophomores and juniors enrolled in the Day Division must take a minimum of 12 credits each semester; seniors must take at least 9 credits. Undergraduate freshmen enrolled at the School of Continuing Education must take a minimum of 10 credits each semester. Sophomores, juniors and seniors must take at least 9 credits. The minimum credit requirements above do not apply to the final year of study of students who took a flexible semester. These restrictions do not apply to students delaying degree completion and fifth-year students enrolled at the College of Medicine retaking a required course failed previously. If an undergraduate of the Day Division (not including medical students) would like to take more than 32 credits in a single semester, they must first receive permission from their adviser and the director of their program. The minimum number of credits that graduate students must take each semester is decided by individual graduate programs. If a student is not taking the minimum number of credits, the program must find out why and then provide guidance to the student. If the student still does not meet minimum requirements afterwards, they will be expelled from the University. Notes: Students, with the exception of medical students, may take up to 32 credits each semester. The Course Registration System restricts students from exceeding this limit. If a student would like to take more than 32 credits, they must complete the Credit Overload Application Form, have it stamped with the necessary seals, and then submit it to the Office of Academic Affairs along with their official transcripts, study plan, and the list of courses they intend to take. The application must be submitted to the Office of Academic Affairs by the deadline for correcting registration errors. Late submissions will not be processed. Article 12 Students must pay fees charged per credit, practicum fees and other related fees in full by the deadline. A student’s registration in a course will remain on University records if the course was not dropped by the deadline even if the fees were not paid. As stipulated in Article 10 of the Academic Policies, the student may not register the following semester. Graduating students will not be awarded a diploma. Article 13 Students must double check and confirm their Course List, then submit it to the Office of Academic Affairs by the deadline. If there is a dispute over course registration, the Course List as it appeared after the add/drop period 34 will serve as the basis for arbitration. A student will not receive credit for a course that is not on the list even if they attend and complete course work; if a student has not dropped a course on the list and does not attend class, they will receive a grade of zero. If a student does not confirm their Course List, the Office of Academic Affairs will consider the copy in the information system as accurate. Notes: Course Lists were put online beginning in the second semester of the 2010-2011 academic year. Students must confirm their Course List online during the specified times. Article 14 A student may apply to withdraw from a course after the add/drop period under certain circumstances. The student must complete the Course Withdrawal Form, have the form stamped with the seals of the instructor and the director of their program, and then submit the form to the Office of Academic Affairs. Applications to withdraw must be submitted no later than one month before final exam week as indicated in the University Calendar. Notes: 1. An application to withdraw from a course is not automatically approved. Students must read attendance regulations and the course outline before making an application. An application must be approved by the instructor and the director of the program. 2. A student will not be eligible for the Fu Jen Catholic University Scholar Prize if they withdraw from a course mid-semester. 3. Application deadlines for the second semester of the 2017-2018 academic year: (1) Day Division: Friday, December 15 at 17:00 (2) School of Continuing Education (SOCE): Friday, December 15 at 21:30 (The application must arrive at the Office of Academic Affairs by the deadline. Late submissions will not be accepted for any reason.) Article 15 Students may only withdraw from one course per semester. However, this restriction does not apply to students who can provide supporting documents demonstrating their unique situation and who receive permission from their instructor, the director of their program, and the Dean of Academic Affairs. After withdrawing from a course, a student in a graduate program must remain enrolled in at least one course (including Thesis or Dissertation Writing); an undergraduate of the Day Division must be taking no fewer than 9 credits; a student at the SOCE must be taking no fewer than 6 credits. Students in their final year of a master’s or doctoral program and undergraduates extending degree completion must be enrolled in at least one course after withdrawing from a course. Article 16 After a student withdraws from a course, the course will appear on their academic transcripts with ‘Withdrawn’ in the grade column. No credits will be earned for that course. Article 17 Fees charged per credit will not be refunded after a student withdraws from a course. If the fees were not paid, the student still owes them to the University after withdrawing from the course. (Regulations for the Assessment of Grades and Calculation of Credits) Article 13 The Office of Academic Affairs keeps academic records based on a student’s Course List. If a student receives a grade for a course that is not on their Course List, that grade will not be recognized. If a student does not receive a grade for a course that is on their Course List, they will receive a grade of zero, which will be calculated as part of their average grade. 35 Article 15 A student will not receive credits for a failed course. If a student has only passed one semester of a yearlong course, they will not earn any credits and the course will not count towards graduation requirements. Article 16 A student may not repeat a course which they already passed. A student will not earn additional credits by taking the course again. (Regulations for Enrollment in Minor Programs) Article 11 If student pursuing a minor joins a course for a different class in order to take required credits (within the time limit for degree completion), they must pay fees charged per credit and practicum fees in accordance with Tuition Rates and Fees for Undergraduate Programs. If a student applies to extend degree completion, they must make the necessary payments in accordance with Article 5 of Fu Jen Catholic University Regulations for Students Making Up Credits. A student pursuing a minor at the SOCE must pay tuition and fees charged per credit in accordance with the regulations of the SOCE. Article 13 A student may cancel their minor and drop related courses in accordance with regulations. If the student applies to cancel their minor after the add/drop period ends, they may not request the deletion of their grades or registration status in any courses. After cancelling the minor, a student may request to transfer credits earned for the minor if they are relevant to their major. If approved by the director of their program, those credits will then count as elective credits required for graduation. Notes: After cancelling a minor or double major, a student may not apply to drop related courses if the deadline for correcting registration errors has already passed. (Guidelines for Implementing the Minor Program) Article 3: Registering in courses for a minor: 1. If there is a scheduling conflict between a course required for a student’s major and one required for their minor, juniors and seniors may follow Regulations Governing Interdivisional Registration and register by the specified deadline. 2. A student will not receive a refund after cancelling a minor. A student may request a refund only for reasons outside of their control such as overpayment of fees charged per credit or accidental double registration in the same course. 3. Courses for a minor must be dropped by the deadline specified in the University Calendar. (It is the same as the deadline for dropping courses for a major.) Students must indicate the course(s) they would like to drop from their Course List, receive written permission from both the director of their home program and the director of their minor program, and then return the Course List to their home program. (Regulations for Enrolling in the Teacher Education Program) Article 16 All grades earned in courses for the Teacher Education Program will be calculated as part of a student’s average grade for the semester. If the student withdraws from the Teacher Education Program, registration, credits, and 36 fees charged per credit will be handled in accordance with Course Selection and Registration Guidelines. Notes: After withdrawing from the Teacher Education Program, a student may not apply to drop related courses if the deadline for correcting registration errors has already passed. (Guidelines for Implementing Credit Certificate Programs) Article 2: Course Registration (1) Students must follow Course Selection and Registration Guidelines when registering in courses for a credit certificate program. However, if the credit certificate program has its own regulations, those regulations apply instead. (2) If there is a scheduling conflict between a required course for the student’s major and a required course for the credit program, the student should follow Regulations Governing Course Registration, Registration Governing Interdivisional Registration, and Course Selection and Registration Guidelines to resolve the problem by the deadline. (3) A student may drop courses for the credit certificate program by the deadline specified in the University Calendar. The student must indicate which courses they would like to drop from their Course List, receive written permission from both the director of their home program and the director of the credit certificate program, and then return the Course List to the office of their home program. Article 4 A student may withdraw from a credit certificate program. A student may drop related courses in accordance with regulations before the add/drop period ends. If the student’s application to withdraw is submitted after the add/drop period ends, they may not request that their registration records and grades be removed. Notes: After withdrawing from a credit certificate program, a student may not apply to drop related courses if the deadline for correcting registration errors has already passed.
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