ADMISSION ON THE FIRST SEMESTER OF THE YEAR

Students who enter the program in January are advised to take their courses according to the following sequence:

1ST
SEMESTER
  FUNDAMENTALS COURSE   ADVANCED COURSE     8 credits
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SUMMER
TERM
  ADVANCED COURSE         4 credits
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2ND
SEMESTER
  FUNDAMENTALS COURSE    ADVANCED COURSE  

*SEMINAR COURSE

8 credits
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3RD
SEMESTER
  FUNDAMENTALS COURSE   ADVANCED COURSE     8 credits
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4TH
SEMESTER
  ELECTIVE OR ADVANCED COURSE   COLLECTIVE INTEGRATION PROJECT     8 credits
TOTAL = 36 credits

 *The Graduate Seminar is a non-mandatory zero-credit course. However, all students are highly encouraged to take it early in their progression through the program.

 

ADMISSION ON THE SECOND SEMESTER OF THE YEAR

Students who enter on the second semester of the year (July) are advised to register their courses according to the following table:

1ST
SEMESTER
  FUNDAMENTALS COURSE   ADVANCED COURSE     8 credits
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2ND
SEMESTER
  FUNDAMENTALS COURSE   ADVANCED COURSE   *SEMINAR COURSE 8 credits
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SUMMER
TERM
  ADVANCED COURSE         4 credits
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3RD
SEMESTER
  FUNDAMENTALS COURSE   ELECTIVE OR ADVANCED COURSE     8 credits
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4TH
SEMESTER
  ADVANCED COURSE   COLLECTIVE INTEGRATION PROJECT     8 credits
TOTAL = 36 credits

 *The Graduate Seminar is a non-mandatory zero-credit course. However, all students are highly encouraged to take it early in their progression through the program. 

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