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Courses that can not be combined

In several cases NADA gives courses that cover the same material to such a degree that it is not fair that a student gets credit for both courses. Reasons for this may be that we have different courses for different programs or that older courses have been replaced with newer courses. It is up the the coordinator of the program that the individual student takes to make any decisions as to what courses may be part of the degree. NADA can only give recommendations.

For a complete list of courses that we recommend not to be combined please refer to the Swedish web page.

Please note that a student may take more than one of the advanced individual courses (but, of course, they have to have different contents).

We do however give a few translations here:

Högst en av följande kurser bör få medräknas i examen
means
At most one of the following courses may be taken

Båda följande kurser bör få medräknas i examen
means
Both the following courses may be taken

Gamla kurser
means
old courses


 
Sidansvarig: Kerstin Frenckner <kfrenck@nada.kth.se>
Uppdaterad: 2003-09-16