Progression requirements in the academic year 2017/2018

FIELD OF STUDY: European studies lic., management lic. (taught in Polish and in English), management inż., management engineering, management and production engineering inż., management 2nd cycle, management and production engineering 2nd cycle.

Full-time and part-time students

  • students are required to earn the maximum number of credit points for course units specified in the programme of study for the semester to be registered under the unconditional progress procedure
  • first cycle degree programmes: students are allowed the following maximum number of trailing credit points to qualify for registration under the conditional progress procedure:
    • in the first semester – 12 trailing credit points,
    • in the second semester – 12 trailing credit points,
    • in the third and higher semesters– 10 trailing credit points;

Students who have exceeded the allowed number of trailing credit points (the number of their trailing credit points exceeds 12 or 10 respectively) should apply for a repeat registration for the semester/year,

  • for second-cycle degree programmes: students are allowed 10 trailing credit points to be registered under the conditional progression procedure; should the trailing credit point limit be exceeded, the student is required to apply for a repeat registration for the semester/year,

It is the sum total of trailing credit points in all semesters to date that is taken into account!

FIELD OF STUDY: occupational safety engineering inż.

Full-time and part-time students

  • students are required to earn the maximum number of credit points for course units specified in the programme of study for the semester to be registered under the unconditional progress procedure,
  • students are allowed 15 trailing credit points to be registered under the conditional progression procedure; should the trailing credit point limit be exceeded, the student is required to apply for a repeat registration for the semester/year.

Additional progression requirements:

  • students who have failed to achieve a passing grade (have not been awarded ECTS credit points) in the following course units: Mathematics I and Mathematics II will not be registered for the fifth or higher semesters (students who have not passed the course units referred to above will be required to repeat semesters III and IV respectively; filing and application for a repeat of the semester with the Office of the Dean is mandatory);
  • registration for the diploma semester may only proceed under the unconditional progress procedure; should the student have any trailing credit points, the student must file an application for a repeat registration for the semester/year;
  • if the student does not qualify for registration under the unconditional progress procedure, the student will only be allowed to choose 3 course units that according to the programme of study are required in the higher semesters (sports education, foreign language and elective course units are excluded from the selection – they may not be completed in advance); students who qualify for registration under the unconditional progress procedure are allowed to choose a greater number of course units to complete in advance;
  • the maximum allowed number of repeats of the diploma semester is four; each time, the student is required to submit to the Dean an application for a repeat registration complete with the diploma project’s supervisor’s opinion;
  • should the student fail to submit the diploma project by the end of the diploma semester, the student is required to submit to the Dean a request for an extension of the deadline to submit the diploma project complete with the diploma project’s supervisor’s opinion.

FIELD OF STUDY: management second cycle degree programmes, management and production engineering second cycle degree programmes.

Students who were not required to complete  Fundamentals of management, Microeconomics and Descriptive statistics course units during their first cycle studies must complete them during the 1st semester of their second cycle studies. These course units are obligatory. Failure to successfully complete them in the 1st semester will result in registration for the 2nd semester under the conditional progression procedure. Students who were required to complete the said course units must submit to the Dean a request for recognition of learning outcomes no later than 3 weeks of the beginning of the studies. Graduates from degree programmes completed in the Faculty of Organization and Management  are automatically exempt from the requirement to complete the said course units.

dr inż. Aleksandra Makowska

Vice Dean for Student Affairs

The Faculty of Organization and Management

Lodz University of Technology