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College of Engineering and Science course re-taking is banned or not?
Lee Ho-sung  |  lghso@hanyang.ac.kr
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[1호] 승인 2008.04.15  
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The debate banning students retaking their class to rise their credit is undergoing in whole Ansan campus College of Engineering and Science. In the HYU internet free board, there are several writing about this issue, including the president of College of Engineering and Science. ID:PUFFDADDY on the board said “It is unfair to apply this policy to junior and senior student who are facing the reality of employment. It is one-side opinion they have to put their ears to student who gone through many cases from the past. We have to face other college graduate in the near future. And also planned for the credit already to raise our credit. They did not abolished the re-taking the course then, it is handicap for us to compete with them in the paper record.”

About this the president of College of Engineering and Science said “Not every Engineering school abolishes retaking in our school of course, student representatives gathered opinion and delivered it to professors, and it turned out that each major will advance it in the basis of major characteristics, so it is not every engineering college student banned by this rule right now. and we insisted that this policy should applied first to the class of 2008 and must be discussed under a circumstance which both professors and students.”

The background why this policy is dicussed right now is that the abuse of re-taking policy of redundant student and they are in a advantagious position taking good scores.and triggerd a lower student ability.

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