9.7 OTHER FACULTY REGULATIONS
Refer to §6.2
For concurrent and additional degrees, majors and/or minors, the principal area of study or academic emphasis of each degree program must be different. Specifically, at least one half of courses used in an additional degree/major must not be used in the first major. Similarly, at least one half of courses used in a minor must not be used in a major. As such, students may receive only one of the following degrees: BA in Justice Studies, BA in Police Studies, or Bachelor of Human Justice. Likewise, the Advanced Certificate in Justice Studies is not open to holders of a Bachelor of Human Justice. Similarly, the Advanced Certificate in Police Studies is not available to holders of a Bachelor of Arts in Police Studies.
Students who are unable to complete a course for serious medical or personal reasons may be eligible to defer some of the course work. Students in this situation should consult the Arts Student Services Office, or the Academic or Registrar's Office of the relevant Federated College, as quickly as possible.
Extensions on deadlines for completion of assignments or writing of final examinations may be granted to students on the basis of illness, accident, or other extreme and legitimate circumstances beyond their control. If students become very ill or encounter other serious difficulties early in the semester or when no coursework has yet been completed, withdrawal may be a better option.
If students fail a course that is a prerequisite to one in which they have enrolled in the ensuing semester, it is their responsibility to drop the latter course. Whether or not they drop, they will be refused credit for the latter course, even if it is successfully completed.
For Faculty of Arts programs, a maximum of 48 credit hours may be in 100-level courses.
The following courses are not considered to be university-level and so may not be taken for credit towards an Arts degree or certificate program: ACAD 100; AE 19 and 29; AMTH 001, 002, and 003; and MATH 104.
A maximum of 6 credit hours of activity-based KHS courses may be included in a Faculty of Arts degree or certificate program. These courses include KHS 131, 132, 135, 231, 232, 233.
Normally students may only repeat a course once (the exception is English 100, which may be repeated twice).
Students wishing to repeat a course more than once (or more than twice in the case of English 100) must make written application to the Faculty of Arts Student Services Office (or, for students registered through a Federated College, to their College’s Academic or Registrar’s Office). Such requests are approved only in exceptional circumstances, as indicated in a guide that is available from the Arts Student Services Office, from Federated College Registrars, or on the web at www.uregina.ca/arts/.
Students must also obtain Registration Permit/Override Permission from the Arts Student Services Office or their college to register online in a third (or fourth for ENGL 100) attempt at a course. Refer to §3.2 and §18.104.22.168.
For students with repeated courses, GPAs will be calculated using the most recent grade attained in that course.