- Points to keep in mind about course registration
- At the beginning of the semester, students must select courses for the semester and complete course registration by the designated date. No credit may be earned if a student attends courses without a course registeration.
- To make a study/research plan, a students should consult with the main supervisor(shunin shido kyoin).
- Course Registration is done using the online system(CampusPlan). For more information on the operation manual and other details, please see the the SOKENDAI website.
- For the titles and outlines of courses provided by each Department, refer to the "Course Outlines"
- A Studetnt who accomplishes a certain level of academic performance in registered courses earn the prescribed number of credits for each course.
- A student may register any course that has been failed; however, any passed courses may not be registered again.
- Any questions on course registration should be directed to the Department Office or to the Educational Affairs Section, Hayama in advance.
In principle, grades are based on reports and attendance points(*).
* A student arriving at a lecture later than 30 minutes (in the case of a colloquium, 10 minutes) after the beginning of the lecture will be deemed absent.
For those attending more than 50% of the course, the student’s comprehension will be evaluated through reports or their appropriate substitutes.
Please see the course syllabuses for details.
- Students take turns presenting summaries of reports and their own research. Is the student’s understanding correct? Is the student’s evaluation of the material appropriate? Does the student’s presentation convince the audience?
- Attend and listen to other graduate students' presentations, diligently offering opinions and questions.
The teachers in charge of colloquiums evaluate students based on the above two areas as well as attendance points. However, when students cannot attend many courses for unavoidable reasons such as observations, the teacher in charge will use appropriate methods to evaluate.
Seminar courses are graded the same way as colloquiums.
For experiment courses, students who attend 60% or more will be evaluated based on reports and teachers’evaluations.