How do I graduate?
OK, so you've enrolled in EE Times University. How do you earn the credits you need to graduate?
As an enrolled student, you will automatically earn points for the number of courses you attend. The number of points you collect dictates both when you graduate and what grade you receive. You can keep track of your progress towards graduation by clicking on your site profile.
So how does the points system work?
Good question. To graduate from each EE Times University semester, you must complete a minimum of two complete course tracks. A "track" means all five classes under a single subject heading. More course tracks will be added each month. The first "semester" runs from November 2012 through June 30, 2013.
Students must score 25 points to complete each track. A total of 10 points can be scored for each of the five lectures in a track. Five points are awarded for attending a lecture, and another five points can be scored by participating in the discussion.
Of course, the more tracks you complete, the better your graduation grade.
- Complete either 2 or 3 tracks, and you will graduate with a C grade.
- Complete 4 tracks to graduate with a B.
- Complete 5 tracks – score an A.
What do I get out of this?
Graduation triggers all manner of good things for our students.
- All graduates receive a certificate signed by the Dean of EE Times University
- All graduates will be recognized in our Roll of Honor on EE Times, as well as on our Facebook and Twitter pages.
Another benefit of completing our online program? You won't have to rent a mortar board and gown to attend your graduation. Not a bad thing, in these recessionary times.
Welcome to EE Times University, and please click here to begin your executive learning experience!