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"Courses will not be acceptable if they are repeats of previously passed courses, or if they are taken at the same level or a lower level in a subject area than previously passed courses in the same subject area."
This rule has confused me for a while. Im just curious about the 'same subject area' portion. Does all courses with the same name ie. all ANSC courses are classified as the same subject area, or is more specific. For example, would just the ANSC nutrition courses be classified as the same subject area, and then ANSC physiology courses classified as a different subject area? Or since they are both ANSC courses, are they the same subject area?
In a similar vein, if I took an Intro to Music History part 1 course after I took part 2, is that ok? There is no overlap in content and part 1 is not a prerequisite for part 2 (the courses are separated based on the historical periods it covers. Part 1 simply deals with an earlier time period) Thanks in advance for your help!
Post by guest12345 on Sept 16, 2016 12:00:16 GMT -5
Along these lines, if I am currently taking GEOG1220 Human Impact on the Environment in hopes of using it as a social science elective yet have taken HIST*2250 History and the Environment would this be considered content overlap? I believe they cover different content however do now want to not be able to count this semester if OVC deems this "content overlap".
Post by eleventyone on Sept 16, 2016 14:46:39 GMT -5
Hi, MBG2040 and MBG2400 are both acceptable genetics courses as per the list on the OVC website... If I take MBG2040 before I take MBG2400, but then receive a better grade in 2400 will I be able to submit that mark instead? I just want to be sure because the codes are similar (both 2000 level) and the short descriptions seem kind of alike, and the content may brush up against one another. I dont want to have a conflict where I do poorly in 2040 and well in 2400, but then can't use my better grade because it violates a rule. I also heard from someone that there may be a conflict.
Thanks (I saw your presentation on Tuesday but I didn't ask this question because I doubted that you'd have these two random courses and whether they have conflicts or not memorized)