A software product or a service update that must be installed before another software product or service update is installed. If you attempt to install software products or service updates without the required prerequisite software, a system message displays the names of required prerequisite software. Contrast with dependent (page ***).
One or more units of the University, or a subject or subjects of the Victorian Certificate of Education or equivalent, specified by the Faculty Board which must have been successfully completed before a student's enrolment in a particular unit or course offered by that faculty will be regarded as effective.
Some courses have prerequisites. A pre-requisite is a requirement which must be completed before enrolling in the course or the next level of courses e.g. completing a Level I MATH course before progressing to Level II MATH courses.
A prerequisite is a course that must be successfully completed before another course can be taken. For example, AS/LING1000 6.0 Introduction to Linguistics is a prerequisite for AS/LING2110 3.0 Articulatory Phonetics. Therefore, AS/LING1000 6.0 must be successfully completed prior to enrolment in AS/LING2110 3.0.
this can be in the form of a specified placement test score required prior to course enrollment or a course which must be completed before enrolling in a more advanced course. For example, Accounting 101 is taken before Accounting 102.
Some courses have prerequisites, meaning courses which must be taken before the present course. It is most often a basic course to prepare the student for the more advanced course. Prerequisites and co-requisites are listed under the course descriptions in the catalog.
A prerequisite is a course you have to take before you can take another course. For example, ACCT 2310 Principles of Accounting I is a prerequisite to ACCT 2330 Principles of Accounting II. If a course has a prerequisite, it is listed in the course description in this Catalog. See also "Corequisite."
At UHM most advanced courses require some previous preparation called prerequisites. Examples of prerequisites are earning an acceptable grade in the appropriate college course (or courses), demonstrating the required background through a placement exam, or having the necessary class standing. Some courses may even require you to obtain the consent of the instructor. Be aware that you are responsible for checking the prerequisites for all courses for which you enroll, and if you do not meet the prerequisites, you can be disenrolled from the course. Check the Catalog for prerequisites. (See also Backtrack in this listing.) Click here to return to the list of academic terms.
A requirement for registration in a particular course of study. For example, a beginning course in psychology may be a "prerequisite" to an advanced course. Some programs have a prerequisite that the student be a high school graduate or have a G.E.D. to gain admission.
A condition of enrollment that students are required to meet to demonstrate current readiness for enrollment in a course. Students who fail to meet the prerequisite may be involuntarily dropped from the course.
One or more courses that must be completed or other knowledge, skills, or standards that must be demonstrated before a student is permitted to take certain courses. Prerequisites (if any) for a course are listed in the Catalog. Some prerequisites have their own prerequisites, forming a string of courses that must all be taken. The catalog course description shows the last course in the prerequisite string of courses. For example, ME 212 Engineering Dynamics has prerequisites of MATH 241 and ME 211. MATH 241 requires MATH 143, which requires MATH 142, which requires MATH 141. ME 211 requires ME 241 and PHYS 131. To enroll in ME 212, students must have successfully completed MATH 241, 143, 142, 141 and ME 211 and PHYS 131.
A course that must be completed prior to registering for a subsequent course; e.g., ENG 101 is the prerequisite to ENG 102. The course descriptions in the second half of the Undergraduate Catalog will tell you if a specific course has prerequisites.
A requirement that must be fulfilled before a student can register in a particular course. Precursors are set for some courses. Precursors are not requirements, but students are advised to complete precursors before registering in these courses.
Those courses which must be satisfactorily completed before admission to certain other courses. Prerequisite courses are listed in the course description of the course requiring them. Again, see "Courses and Programs."
The requirement(s) that must be met in order to be eligible to enrol in a course [i.e., passed or in-progress courses(s), registration in a specific program or plan, academic level or academic standing].
A course which you must complete before you register for another course at a higher or upper level, e.g., you must complete MATH 1113 (Introductory Calculus I) before you register for MATH 1114 (Introductory Calculus II); MATH 1113 is a prerequisite for MATH 1114—see individual course descriptions. Students registering in courses do so on the understanding that they will meet/complete course prerequisites prior to the beginning of the course. Prerequisites are listed in the Calendar description. It is the students' responsibility to meet these prerequisites and students not having the required background may be forced to drop courses and to incur any academic and/or financial penalty for so doing.
a unit or level of study which must be successfully completed before a later unit can be studied. For example, in order to enrol in BEA130 Foundations of Economic Policy the student must have first successfully completed BEA110 Economics for Business.
A requirement that must be met before commencement of study for a particular course or programme. For example, if you wish to study any Stage 2 Computer Science courses, you are required to have completed the Stage 1 courses COMPSCI 101 and 105.
Specific courses you must successfully complete with a “C” or better before you can enroll for another specific course. Students must satisfy prerequisites and any other stated conditions before enrolling in a course.
A prerequisite for a course states a condition that must be satisfied prior to registration in the course. This condition may consist of a) obtaining credit for another course or other courses, or b) having a particular registration status, such as registration in a program and/or in a specified year, or as a senior student (i.e., a student who has obtained thirty or more credits), or c) having a minimum GPA (e.g., thesis courses).
A course that must be completed successfully before registering for another course. For example, course A is a prerequisite for course B because essential concepts needed to understand course B are explained in course A.
A course that must be completed with a passing grade before enrollment in a subsequent course. For example, students must pass ENG 1301 (Freshmen Composition I) before taking ENG 1302 (Freshmen Composition II) and several other courses.
Requirement to be met before a certain course may be taken. May be in the form of specific coursework or approval of the department chair in instances where â€œconsent of the departmentâ€ is required.
A required condition for enrollment in a course or a major. Prerequisites for courses usually consist of a previous course or courses in a related subject and/or the instructor's permission. Prerequisites are described in the Catalog course descriptions and indicated in the schedule of classes with an asterisk "*" following the course number.
A prerequisite is a requirement that must be met before enrolling in a particular course. This means completing a more basic course or obtaining a minimum score on a placement exam. Individual course prerequisites are listed in the college catalog and schedule of classes.
required preparatory course(s). Students who have not completed the prerequisite may be prevented from enrolling in the course through PAWS or UCR STAR. Enforced prerequisites appear in the course listings in this schedule. Students who have course work from another institution which may satisfy the course prerequisite should consult their academic advisor and the department offering the course.
Certain courses which must be completed before others may be attempted. Such first courses are said to be prerequisites for subsequent courses in the same or similar areas. It is the student's responsibility to take the needed prerequisites.
Course or other requirement that must be completed before enrollment is allowed in another course. For example, UAF students must have completed high school algebra or the equivalent and be placed into ENGL F111X (Introduction to Academic Writing) before they can take BIOL F105X (Fundamentals of Biology I).
A course that provides a foundation for more advanced courses. Prerequisite classes must be taken BEFORE you can register for a specific class. You can look up the prerequisites for a specific class in the Catalog.
A prerequisite is the preliminary requirement which must be met before certain courses can be taken. Thus, in English, 680-101 is a prerequisite to all other courses in English and must be successfully completed before other English courses are taken.
The requirement(s) that must be met in order to be eligible to enroll in a course. Prerequisites may include passed courses, registration in a specific program or plan and an academic level or academic standing.
A basic requirement or step in a process that must be fulfilled before moving on to an advanced step. Being able to stand is a prerequisite to being able to walk. In computer training, using the mouse is a prerequisite to using a graphical user interface.
a prerequisite is a body of knowledge or level of competence a student should have achieved to ensure readiness for a course. In special circumstances, a prerequisite may be waived by approval of the appropriate department. Students are not permitted to register for courses for which prerequisites have not been met.
A prerequisite is a unit of study which must be completed or a requirement which must be satisfied before you enrol in a particular unit. Prerequisites and corequisites are listed in the Schedule of Undergraduate Units in the University Calendar.
(in vocational education and training) A requirement for admission to a particular program or course, e.g. satisfactory completion of a specific subject or program, at least five years in the workforce, etc.
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