The passing grade for each course is 65%. A pass must also be awarded for the work term. Evaluation may include, but not be limited to, any or all of the following: projects, assignments, examinations, and class participation.
Students who obtain a numerical grade of less than 65% in no more than two of the Diploma in Information and Communications Technology courses will be given a probationary promotion and will be required to repeat the course(s) in the next semester in which it (they) is (are) offered.
The foregoing notwithstanding, students will be required to withdraw from the Diploma in Information and Communications Technology program if:
a final numerical grade of less than 65% is obtained in more than two courses, or
a final numerical grade of less than 65% is obtained in a repeated course, or
a final numerical grade of less than 50% is obtained in any one course.
Students may be considered for readmission by the Admissions Committee, Division of Lifelong Learning.
Students who choose to drop a course(s) are strongly encouraged to consult with the Division of Lifelong Learning to ensure their program can be completed within the specified time.
Students may be permitted to transfer between options at the end of semester one with approval from the Division of Lifelong Learning.