Announcement of submission information of online selection for summer courses and the period and procedures of sign-up (2023)
Announcement date: 2023/04/14
Subject: Submission information of online selection for summer courses and the period and procedures of sign-up (2023)
1.Since the 111-academic year, each department has provided information on the opening of summer courses in advance such as [Appendix 1] 111-academic year pre-opened summer course and each department’s alternative information table, please refer to the information of each department’s alternative course for details. It is recognized as an alternative subject by each department. If you have any questions about the recognition of other summer courses, please contact the department staff of the student’s department to avoid problems in the recognition of the graduation qualification review.
2.For summer courses not listed in Appendix 1, you can still register online at the estimated start time of the summer course. Please follow the path: YZU homepage/Course Selection System.
3.Sign-up period: 112.04.17 (Mon.) 9 a.m.- 112.04.21 (Fri.) 4 p.m.
4.Sign-up: Use student ID number and email password to log in the “summer course online registration system” (Put an “s” in front of your student ID, example: s901234) and e-mail password. Please contact Office of Library and Information Services for farther questions.
(1)This sign-up is only for estimation of the number for summer courses. The official date of course selection and the deadline of payment will be announced by the Office of Academic Affairs. (It will be announced at the end of May. Please refer to the announcement.)
(2)Students are free to register for any courses depending on personal needs. For having accurate estimation, each student can sign-up for no more than 18 credits.
(3)During this estimation period, credits from any courses will be calculated.
(4)Sign-up qualification: All YZU enrolled students (excluded students who apply for suspension). Order of priority: upcoming graduates, students who fail the course, transfer students, students who take minor/double major, and finally students who apply for withdrawing course.
(5)The standard of running a course: each course should at least have 15 students.
(6)While the course list is announced, students who have finished payment cannot apply for payment refund.
6.The fees for students taking cross-department elective courses shall be charged according to the fees for the classes offered (handled in accordance with the Ministry of Education Letter No.90037114). That is, if students from the College of Management choose to take course from College of Engineering, the payment standard should be the credit fee from the College of Engineering.
This system is only open to undergraduate students.
Curriculum Section, Office of Academic Affairs