Transitional Arrangements Business & IT 2016-2017

Version: 27 October 2016

The regulations of this webpage are part of the programme specific annex to the teaching & examination regulations for the bachelor’s programme in Business & IT of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics & Computer Science (EWI) at the University of Twente.

1. Transitional Arrangement Pre-TOM education

Occasion: Introduction TOM education

Period of Validity: till September 2017

Content transitional arrangement:

Students who commenced their Bachelor’s in Business & IT before 1 September 2013 and have not completed all their courses yet, need to set up an individual study programme with the programme coordinator BIT.

2. Software Systems (201300071)

Occasion: change in course code

Period of Validity: undetermined

Content transitional arrangement:

Students who commenced their Bachelor’s in Technical Computer Science (Technische Informatica) or in Business & IT between 1 September 2013 and 1 September 2015 and have not completed yet Software Systems with course code 201300071, have to complete Software Systems with the new course code 201500111.

3. Intelligent Interaction Design (201400256 or 201500118)

Occasion: change in course code

Period of Validity: undetermined

Content transitional arrangement:

Students who commenced their Bachelor’s in Technical Computer Science (Technische Informatica) or in Business & IT between 1 September 2013 and 1 September 2016 and have not completed yet Intelligent Interaction Design with course code 201400256 or 201500118, have to complete Intelligent Interaction Design with the new course code 201600173.

4. Validity Constituent Marks

Occasion: new regulation for constituting marks

Period of Validity: 1 September 2017

Content transitional arrangement:

Article 3.5, validity of constituent marks will be applied retroactively to marks obtained in the academic year 2015-2016 by students who commenced their Bachelor’s in Business & IT before 1 September 2016.

Article 3.5 Validity of constituent marks

1.

Annex 1 (of the programme specific annex to the teaching & examination regulations for the bachelor’s programme in Technical Computer Science) contains examination tables as a supplement to Article 4.1, paragraph 9 of the Teaching and Examination Regulations Guideline. The examination tables indicate the indivisible components of a module with a Roman numeral. The period of validity of indivisible components consisting of one or more constituent marks (i.e. one academic year) may be extended by an additional academic year. Following this extension, the components lose their validity and the student must resit the entire module.

2.

The conditions for extending the validity of constituent marks are as follows:

a.

A pass (i.e. 5.5 or higher) must be achieved for the indivisible components. Passes (i.e. 5.5 or higher) for all constituent marks must be achieved in the case of an indivisible component with multiple constituent marks. This is the case whether or not a compensation arrangement applies.

b.

A maximum of one indivisible component may remain open;

c.

A performance requirement of 45 credits in the second year of enrolment in the Bachelor’s programme in BIT applies to the extension of validity for indivisible components of the Finance for Engineers (201400301), From Product Design to Online Business (201400467) and Business Innovation through IT Project Management (201500310) modules. These 45 credits are made up of two completed modules plus an additional 15 credits from other indivisible components of a single or multiple modules.