47. Can I take any course as Course Outside Major Area (COMA) for completing remaining credits of program elective requirements?
Starting from Fall 2020, the EEE department has discontinued the terminology “Course Outside Major Area (COMA)” for program electives. Rather, these courses will be considered as course outside the listed areas of specialization.
Students should take minimum 9 credits (3 theory course) from one of the areas (chosen as specialization) defined under program electives. The remaining credits may be taken from any of the areas under program electives. However, in some cases, to fulfil the remaining program elective credits, student may take non-overlapping course (3 credits) offered by the EEE department or prior approved by the EEE department. Here the important aspect is any course outside the enlisted program elective areas should be related to the program and should be approved prior to use for completing remaining credits of program elective requirements.
Please discuss your faculty advisor before adding any course that is outside of any of the listed areas of specialization under program electives.
48. I have completed an elective course without its associated lab. Now I found, it will be offered again after 2/3 semesters. I am planning to complete my degree by next semester. Can this elective course without associated lab be considered within 15 credits elective requirement, otherwise I have to wait one more semester for this lab course only.
No, you must complete course as well as its associated lab, if you want to include the course within your 136 credits minimum requirement.
49. For GED open elective COD course, I want to take a course which is not listed in the curriculum (V1 and V2)? What should I do?
You can take any non-overlapping course (minimum 3 credit hours) from other departments. Here the important is course must be non-overlapping.
50. For COD course, I have taken two courses (e.g. ECO 101 and ECO 102) from the same departments? Can I take two courses from same department?
Yes, you may take. Here the important is you should complete the pre-requisite of any course (minimum 3 credit hours).