Students have the option of adding a maximum of 2 additional courses to their study plan. This is not required and can be done only through the Web Self Service from September 9 to September 15, 2013.
This option is only available to students enrolled for the 2013/2014 academic year in:
- the third year of a bachelor’s degree program in the Department of Business and Management, the Department of Economics and Finance, or the Department of Political Science;
- the second year of a master’s degree program in the Department of Business and Management, the Department of Economics and Finance, or the Department of Political Science;
- the fourth and fifth years of the single-cycle master’s degree program in Law.
These courses – if on the Department’s list – will be included in the weighted grade point average in thirtieths, independently of the grade earned.
It is important to know that:
- it is not required to include additional courses in the study plan, as the credits associated with them are not part of the required credits for earning the degree;
- it is not possible to add more than two additional courses from those offered by the Department and shown on the Web Self Service;
- additional courses may be removed from a study plan at any time,as long as the exam has not been taken;
- if the course appears on the department’s list of courses offered, the grade earned will be included in the weighted average in thirtieths;
- the degree thesis cannot be on a subject taught as part of an additional course;
- one additional course that is not on the official list may be selected. To do so, students must submit a request to the Student Office, but the grade earned on the exam, if taken, will not be counted in the weighted average.