Software Business and Engineering Institute
Students register for the course by using WebTopi. Students must register before January 27rd. Please check that your email address in WebTopi is valid, since course staff use it for sending important information regarding the course.
You must register for the course exams beforehand. Registrations to the course exams are done via WebTopi. The exam times and registration deadlines are indicated in the course schedule at Schedule page.
The prerequisite for this course is one of the following courses:
During the course, students can earn up to 100 points:
In order to pass the course, students must meet the minimum number of points for each of the above categories, according to the following:
In addition, students must give course feedback using the feedback system available via the course web pages.
For students who did not pass the first mid-term exam or who were unsatisfied with their results, there will be an opportunity to take an augmented final exam that covers both the textbook and the guest lectures. The maximum points for this exam is 60 points, and a minimum of 30 points must be earned in order to pass.
Final grades will be awarded according to the following table:
|85 - 100||5|
Note that there will be no extra chances arranged for students not earning the minimum number of points on the weekly exercises. They will have to retake the course next year. Also, due to the large number of students taking the course, we are unable to make special arrangements for individual students due to, e.g., business trips or vacations. Please plan your spring accordingly!
More information on the exercises can be found from the Exercises page. Attending the lectures is not mandatory, although highly recommended.
In order to pass the course, students are required to give course feedback by filling in the feedback form made available through the course Web site.
In addition, the course personnel appreciates all kind of feedback (in particular, constructive criticism that help us improve the course). Feel free to give your feedback orally, e.g., during the lecture breaks.