For managed care, an exclusion from mandatory enrollment in Healthy Options, and Persons Requiring Regulation. See Managed Care
A required course replaced in a program by relevant Work Experience plus an equivalent number of Accreditation Units extra to the program approved by the Operations Committee.
The waiving of a prerequisite or required course for students who have proven they have comparable learning. The student may be required to replace the exempted course with an alternate.
a decision made by a member of the academic staff that you may not take a particular unit at Macquarie University because you have studied and passed a similar unit at another institution
a waiver of a requirement
The waiving of a requirement; a student may be excused from completing a course or program requirement if approval is granted by the appropriate institutional representative; usually exemptions are only granted to students who have proven that they have comparable learning; although an exemption may be granted, the student may be required to replace the exempted course with an alternate.
a term used when a student has demonstrated to the satisfaction of the relevant Faculty, School or Course Coordinator, that the student has previously gained competence in the subject matter of a particular UNE unit, so that the student is not required to complete that unit.
Holders of an approved diploma or degree are awarded a block amount of credit. Within that diploma or degree, the student may have an equivalent course that is required within his or her current program. This course will be awarded an "exemption," and the student must replace the exemption with a course of the same or higher level, in the same area of study or same discipline, to fulfill the program requirement.
Students can be exempted from a requirement of a programme. Credit units are not earned for an exemption from a course.
Exemption is the result of a successful Recognition application. The student is formally acknowledged to have prior achievement of the module/unit of competency outcomes and thus is not required to complete a particular module or unit of competency. Exemption in TAFE NSW is granted in the following four instances: · a student has completed modules/units of competency in TAFE NSW which lead to a TAFE exemption · a student has completed study with other providers for which arrangements are in place with TAFE NSW · a student has met the outcomes of TAFE NSW modules/units of competency as a result of previous study, work or life experience · a student has an appropriate qualification or part-qualification from another Registered Training Organisation.
When you are given credit for previous academic study you have completed. If you are given an exemption for a particular subject, then you do not have to complete it at UTS. There are limits, however, set out in the University rules and policies. Exemption is also called 'advanced standing'. Faculty A faculty is an academic unit dedicated to teaching, research and scholarship in a range of related disciplines. A faculty often contains a number of different departments and schools in related disciplines. For example, the UTS Faculty of Science includes the Department of Applied Physics, the Department of Molecular and Cell Biology, the Department of Health Sciences, as well as other related departments.
Permission to leave a particular requirement out of a course.^ Faculty A decision-making body for academic matters affecting a group of Departments or a specialist School.
The acknowledgement of prior achievement by the granting of recognition in a module, subject or unit of competency. This means that studentsâ€™ are not required to complete that particular module, subject or unit of competency in their course enrolment.
is where a student, under specified conditions, is not required to undertake a compulsory part of a programme.
A student may be exempted from a course requirement based upon evidence of equivalent attainment for other than transfer credit. An Advanced Standing Request form must be submitted, along with all the relevant documentation as indicated in the Academic Procedures Manual, for approval by the System Registrar. (Advanced Standing Request forms are available in the College Academic or Student Services Office.)
This term is used when previous education, training or experience provides exemption from prerequisites and certain specific requirements. No credit hours are attached. Students may be required to take another course in lieu of the one(s) for which they are given exemption.
A course requirement that is fulfilled by passing an exam in the subject.
A required core subject that a student is exempt from undertaking. The subject must be replaced with an alternative subject. An exemption does not reduce the overall number of subjects required for the program. Exemption should be granted for relevant experience rather than formal study.
Exemption is release from specified parts of a course. It may be exemption from lectures, practicals, tutorials, projects or any other component of a course including elements of assessment.