Credits Distribution in the program

The scale of the student’s work comprises:
• Attendance of Lectures ;
• Working in a group;
• Seminar and lab work;
• practice;
• individual work;
• testing and passing exams;
• working on and passing BA and MA diplomas ;

A student’s scale of work , size of his academic work in each component is calculated according to his working time on each academic component , which is measured in credits
A credit reflects the work needed to reache the learning outcomes and comprise the contact hours in class as well as a student’s independent working hours .1 credit eaquals to 25 astronomic hours
Distribution of credits takes place among every components of and educational program.

Quantity of credits in a year is 60 on average . A student’s working scale in a year should not exceed 60 credits. The allowed quantity in a year exceeds 60 credits in a year but it should not be more than 75 credits.
A Student’s full contact and individual learning hours should not exceed 50 academic hours.

In case of not gathering the needed credits within the deadlines a student has to continue his studies in the additional semestre/semestres to gain the qualification with corresponding courses observing the defined prerequisites.