when the student has a maximum of 21 credit hours left for the following semester.
when the student has a GPA of
less than 2.00.
The steps are as follow:
You can register (12 to 19) credit hours in any regular semester, and up to 9 credit hours in summers.
You can register up to 12 credit hours along with EL099. but if your English language needs improvement it is advised to register EL099 alone.
University general mandatory requirements: GR101, TU170, AR111, AR112 (if AR111 is completed), or university general elective requirements (branch mandatory): GR131, LAW107.
Yes, you can register less than 12 credit hours.
The courses are as follows:
procedures are as follow:
12 credit hours.
19 credit hours.
3 years (6 regular semesters).
8 years (16 regular semesters).
If your GPA is above 3 you can register up to 21 credits hours in only one regular semester, besides your graduation semester (final semester).
No, you will NOT be able to register online at all. You have to fill in the expected graduate form, and send it, along with a passport copy, to your academic advisor remotely, who will review and sign it before sending it to the Admission, Registration, and Examination Department to verify your status and add courses.
You can register up to (21) credit hours in the final regular semester, and up to (12) credit hours in the summer semester if it is your final semester.
Expected to graduate students are allowed to register the course and its pre-requisite together in the final semester (for example (part (A) and part (B) of the same course).
The student is placed under an academic warning if he / she gets a GPA of less than 2.00 of 4.00 points in a regular semester.
The academic warning is applied when the student completed 12 credit hours.
An academic dismissal is given to student in the two following cases:
No, if you are under warning, you will NOT be able to register online; you must contact your academic advisor.
The minimum credit hours are 12.
The maximum credit hours are 16.
You will not be allowed to register the course that requires the prerequisite unless you get 30 out of 100 in total course work in the pre-requisite course, otherwise you have to complete the prerequisite.
Yes, you can repeat AOU completed courses, first level of OU completed courses with a grade of (B) or less, and OU second and third level completed courses with a grade of (D).
For AOU completed courses, and first level of OU completed courses, the new grade achieved will be considered in the computation of your overall grade point average (GPA).
Each grade is assigned a point value as shown in the bellow table:
The basic formula for calculating your overall GPA (cumulative) is to divide the total points earned in a program by the total number of credits attempted. The resulting figure is the GPA for that program, as shown in the bellow formula:
To calculate your semester GPA you have to divide the total points earned in a semester by the total number of credits attempted. The resulting figure is the GPA for that semester.
Following is an example:
In this example, our student has attempted 17 credits in total and earned 36.5 total grade points.
Referring to the basic formula above, we will use the student's total grade points earned (36.5) divided by number of credits attempted (17), which means the student has a semester GPA of 2.14
To calculate your cumulative GPA you have to divide your total grade points earned in all semesters by your total credits attempted.