Understanding What NOUN Elective Courses Mean: Elective courses are basically courses you can register according to preference and weight of your pocket per semester.
Letter “E” stands for elective. In other words, any course you see letter “E” shows that it is an elective course.
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Understanding What NOUN Elective Courses Mean.
These are courses available in one’s domicile university or from other faculties in the university. While students are advised to work hard and pass their elective courses,they can still graduate if they have sufficient credits to do so even if they failed some electives. They should however note that the number of failed courses will eventually affect their grading, because all such failed courses will be used in computing their GPA.
For instance, in NOUN the minimum elective course to register in a semester is one. The maximum number of “E” depends on your pocket, intellectual capacity, and choice.
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The opposite of elective course is compulsory course. In a nutshell, compulsory courses are those courses that are compulsory for students in a particular department to register in a semester.
Important Notice On NOUN Elective Courses:
There are implications for not offering any elective course in a semester when you have them available among your courses to offer.
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