(Please also refer to "11. (6) Constraints regarding Course Registration" below.)

(1) Standard Year of Course Completion

A systematic curriculum for studying computer science has been established at the University, and the standard years for registration when students should register for and take specific courses are designated. In cases where students cannot take courses and earn credits in designated academic years, they may have difficulties in re-taking of the courses in following years due to class schedules, etc. Students are encouraged to register for courses in the academic years designated for the courses.

(※NOTE 1)Students who wish to register for courses for students of upper grade levels are allowed to register for those courses only in cases where there are vacant seats for the courses and belonging to the Honors program and approved by the Academic Affairs Committee. To attend those courses, obtain approval from instructors in charge of relevant courses, and hand in the designated form, "Course Registration Request Form for Courses Usually Only Open to Students of Upper Grade Levels" to the Academic Affairs Section by the designated deadline.

(※NOTE 2)Concerning 1st-/2nd-year students who have attained 650 points or higher in TOEIC exams, they are qualified to take English language courses normally offered for 3rd-year students in cases where the course has available seats and the AcademicAffairs Committee approves. Those who wish to do so must obtain approval from the relevant instructors of the courses within a designated period and submit the designated form, "Application for Taking Advanced English Courses," to the Student Affairs Division.

(2) Essential Courses

There are close relationships among several courses, and classes are held on the premise of the knowledge of the preceding courses called "essential courses". Please be sure to check with the syllabus when you take the course.