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Shandong Normal University

Credit for prior learning

The following Shandong Normal University courses has credit for prior learning available. Please select the course for further details. 

Course details

Course:  2 + 2 Program - Business

Program Year: 2019

Marks required for maximum credit exemption: Minimum average of 70% 

Maximum credit exemption: 48 credit points (1 year)

Course Completed: Yes (28 modules/subjects)


Summary of course duration at UOW if maximum credit exemption granted

UOW courseUOW major ***UOW FacultyNumber of years to complete **Session of entry **
Bachelor of Commerce All single majors Faculty of Business and Law 2 years (96 credit points) Autumn and Spring
Bachelor of Business No majors available Faculty of Business and Law 2 years (96 credit points) Autumn and Spring

* Indicates the session in which you can commence in order to minimise course duration. You will normally require an additional session of study if commencing in a session not listed. Autumn = February; Spring = July

**    Please note that session of entry and Years to complete applies to the UOW Wollongong Campus only.

***  For Accounting major students only:-

Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting) students will only be able to be awarded a maximum of 42 credit points due to Professional Accreditation requirements.   Please also note the degree may be able to be completed in 4 semesters if ACCY201 is undertaken over the Summer Session (which is offered at Wollongong only and subject to sufficient enrolments). 

 

Maximum credit exemptions

Institution subject code

Institution subject name

UOW code

UOW subject name

Credit points

ACC 01

Introduction to Financial Accounting

ACCY 111

Accounting Fundamentals in Society

6

STA 01

Statistics

COMM 121

Statistics for Business

6

ECO 01


ECO 02

Principles of Microeconomics 


Principles of Macroeconomics 

ECON 100

Economic Essentials for Business

6

BCM 01

Business Communication

MGNT 102

Business Communications

6

MKT 01

Introduction to Marketing

MARK 101

Marketing Principles

6

BHV 01

Organizational Behaviour

MGNT 201

Organisational Behaviour

6

HRM 01

Human Resource Management

MGNT 206

Managing Human Resources

6

Total Specified

42

Unspecified @ 100 level

6

Maximum Credit Points

48

Course details

Course:  2 + 2 Program - Engineering (All majors except Mechanical Engineering)

Marks required for maximum credit exemption: Minimum  60% average 

Maximum credit exemption: 45 - 69 credit points (see details below)

Course Completed: No


Summary of course duration at UOW if maximum credit exemption granted

UOW courseUOW majorsUOW FacultyNumber of years to completeSession of entryMaximum credit exemptions
Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) Biomedical, Computer, Electrical, Mechatronics and Telecommunications Engineering Faculty of Engineering and Information Sciences 3.5 years (132 credit points) Autumn and Spring Detailed credit exemptions (pdf)
Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) Environmental and Materials Engineering Faculty of Engineering and Information Sciences 3 years (144 credit points) Autumn and Spring Detailed credit exemptions (pdf)
Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) Civil and Mining Engineering Faculty of Engineering and Information Sciences 3 years (144 credit points) Autumn and Spring Detailed credit exemptions (pdf)
Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) Mechanical Engineering Faculty of Engineering and Information Sciences 3 years (144 credit points) Autumn and Spring Detailed credit exemptions (pdf)

 

Additional course requirements

Additional information regarding course requirements, areas of major study and double majors can be found in the UOW Course Handbook.


English language requirements

All applicants who have completed the Community College of City University - Beijing course have met the University’s English language requirements and no english condition will be applied to their offer. 

Further information regarding the additional course information can be found under additional entry requirements.

The information contained on this website is a guide only and is subject to change according to any amendments to the curriculum of the University of Wollongong or the institutions listed on this website. You will be advised of your eligibility for admission and for credit exemption after receipt of your formal application in your formal letter of offer.

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