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7. Study Plan・Course Registration・Syllabus

7-1. Study Plan・Course Registration

7-1-1. Study Plan and Course Registration

7-1-2. When you intend to take classes across the two campuses –Akabanedai Campus and Sogo Sports Center(Shimizu-cho, Itabashi-ku)

7-1-3. Course Registration Guidance materials

7-2. Maximum Number of Credits per Semester(Cap Systems)・Limitation on the Number of Registered Courses

7-3. Syllabus


7-1. Study Plan・CourseRegistration
7-1-1 Study Plan and Course Registration

Design a study plan based on full understanding of the Graduation Requirements, the Curriculum Table and the Class Schedule.

To attend classes and earn credits, you have to register for the courses that you will take in the semester/quarter within the designated period. This procedure is called “Course Registration.” There are two periods for course registration a year: at the beginning of the spring and of the fall semester.

【Note】
Please note that if you fail to complete your course registration within the designated period, you will not be able to attend or take exams in the classes you wish to take, and you will also be unable to earn credits.

◆ Flow of CourseRegistration

Course registration-related sources disclosed

Class Schedule and Syllabus will be provided.

Guidance on online course registration (new students only)

・A guidance session on online course registration is held for new students in early April. 
* All students should check the“ToyoNet-G Usage Guidebook” in “Various Materials” on ToyoNet-G.)

Drawing up your timetable

• Select the subjets you will take in the semester(spring/fall) by referring to the Syllabus, the Class Schedule and the previous semester’s Grade Report (unless you are a new student), and draw up your class schedule.

Online course registration

• Register for subjets based on the timetable you have drawn up for yourself.

• Registration must be conducted within the course registration period.

* You may conduct registration from both inside and outside the Campus.
* Registration using a smartphone or tablet is strictly prohibited.

• You can change your registration any time within the course registration period (excluding courses registered by the University in advance).

Printing out a Course Registration Confirmation Sheet [Final] (Be sure to do this after the date of finalization.)

• This is an important document that serves as proof of the subjects you have taken; please keep the sheet in a safe place until grades are announced.

Course registration completed

Cancellation of registered courses (interested students only)

• Registered courses may be canceled by completing the prescribed procedures at the Administration Office during the specified period.

【Notes】

① For some subjectss, students may be selected by lottery.

② No additions or changes can be made after the course registration period.

③ Cancellation of subjects that are not in line with the GPA system is not allowed.

7-1-1. Semester Subjects and quarter Subjects

Courses taught at the Faculty of Information Networking for Innovation and Design comprises two types: semester courses and quarter courses.

○ Semester subjects: One academic year is divided into two semesters: spring and fall semesters. Semester subjects are taught for one class per week during a semester, which lasts 15 weeks.

○ Quarter subjects: One academic year is divided into four quarters. Quarter subjects are taught for one or 2 classes per week during a quarter, which lasts 8 weeks.

 * Subjects vary depending on the semester or quarter. Refer to the Class Schedule.

7-1-2 When you intend to take classes across the two campuses –Akabanedai Campus and Sogo Sports Center(Shimizu-cho, Itabashi-ku)

It takes about 30 minutes to travel between the Akabanedai Campus and the Sogo Comprehensive Sport Center. Therefore, you are not allowed to register for courses offered at different campuses in two consecutive periods unless there is a lunch break between them.

Draw up a proper timetable referring to the table below before registering for courses.

1st period

2nd period

Lunch break

3rd period

4th period

5th period

Not allowed

 

 

 

 

Not allowed

 

 

 

 

 

Not allowed

 

 

 

 

Not allowed

Not allowed

 

 

 

 

Not allowed

●: Course at the Sogo Comprehensive Sport Center (Shimizu-cho, Itabashi-ku)

* To commute from Akabanedai Campus and Sogo Comprehensive Sport Center (Shimizu-cho, Itabashi-ku), please use Kokusai kogyo Bus.
Route Serch is available here.

*If you need to buy a commuting pass, please submit this document to Akabanedai Campus.

7-1-3. Cource Registration Guidance materials for AY2018

Course Registration Guidance material
Sports and Health Science (Basic Education)①
Guidance materials for Sports and Health Science Courses②


7-2. Maximum Number of Credits per Semester(Cap Systems)・Limitation on the Number of Registered Courses

There is a limitation on the number of credits that can be registered for per semester.

School year

Spring semester
(1Q 2Q)

Fall semester
(3Q 4Q)

1

19 credits 21 credits

2-4

24 credits

24 credits

【Restrictions and notes on course registration】

(1)Students are not allowed to take subjects that they have already earned.

(2)You cannot register for subjects intended for upper-year students.

(3)If you could not complete the subject for which you have registered, you can repeat that subjects by registering again(Maximum Number of Credits: 24).

(4)You are not allowed to register for subjects offered at different campuses in two consecutive periods unless there is a lunch break between them.

(5)There are subjects offered every other year.

(6)You cannot register for more than one subject with the same name in the same semester.

(7)There are some courses for which the faculty, department, school year or class, etc. is designated; carefully check the Class Schedule before course registration.

(8)Some subjects have registration limits. If the number of students applying for the subject exceeds the capacity of the classroom, lottery will be held to select students.

(9)Classrooms may be changed after the course registration period.


7-3. Syllabus

A syllabus describes the content to be taught (outline), learning goals (knowledge/skills students can gain from studying the subject), teaching method and content of each class, grading method and criteria, textbooks, and required preparation and review.
When deciding what subjects to take, you should read syllabi carefully as a matter of course. You should also use syllabi effectively to enhance your learning, for example, when preparing for the next class or reviewing the class.
Syllabi are available on ToyoNet-G.

Information contained in a syllabus

 

Major items

Description

Subject name

The name of the subject and Class Schedule is indicated.

Instructor

The name of the instructor is indicated.

Subtitle

The subtitle and sub-theme of the subject are indicated.

Objectives/content

The primary objectives of the subject, major topics to be covered and how they are taught are described.

Learning goals

Knowledge, skills, etc. students can gain through the subject are specifically indicated.

Schedule

Topics, activities and assignment details of each session are described.

Instruction methods

How classes are taught is described.

Preparation/review

Preparation and review required by students taking the subject are described.

Grading method/criteria

Grade evaluation methods, elements used in grading and the percentage of each element are described.

Prerequisites

Prior requirements for entry to the subject are indicated.

Textbooks

Textbooks and other materials to be used in class are listed.

Reference materials

Reference books for classes are listed.