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Important Notice

Course Completion and Credits

From course procedures to grade confirmation

The figure below shows the general flow from course registration to grade confirmation. When registering for courses, please check the grades of the first semester in advance and register while carefully checking the timetable, etc., to ensure that you do not miss any courses.

Schedule of Course Procedures

Students register online in the first and second semester categories. For the 2nd and 4th quarter courses, there is a period of time during which you can modify your coursework on the web. However, only cancellation is possible for Common Education courses.

2023 first semester course registration schedule

Grade disclosure (no detailed information) March 7 (Tue) ~ *Final year March 1 (Wed) ~
Announcement of timetable March 27 (Monday) ~
Grade disclosure (with detailed information) March 27th (Monday) ~ *Final year March 8th (Wednesday) ~
course registration (university, etc.) March 27 (Mon) – April 5 (Wed)
Lottery (Common Education Courses)
Registration is not possible.
Thursday, April 6th
Confirmation and correction of course registration April 7 (Friday) – April 16 (Sunday)
Classes begin April 10 (Mon)
Second Quarter Course Corrections
*Only cancellation is allowed for common education courses.
Saturday, June 10th to Saturday, June 17th

2023 second semester course registration schedule

Grade disclosure (no detailed information) September 1st (Friday) ~
Announcement of timetable
Grade disclosure (with detailed information)
September 19th (Tue) ~
course registration (university, etc.) September 19th (Tue) – September 24th (Sun)
Lottery (Common Education Courses)
Registration is not possible.
Monday, September 25th
Confirmation and correction of course registration September 26th (Tuesday) – October 5th (Thursday)
Classes begin Thursday, September 28th
Course Correction for 4th Quarter Courses
*Only cancellation is allowed for common education courses.
December 2nd (Sat) – December 9th (Sat)

About the Credit System

According to the Standards for the Establishment of Universities, 15 hours of lectures and 30 hours of out-of-class study are required to earn one credit.
In other words, the following study hours are required to earn 2 credits.

Lecture Hours Outside Classroom Study Hours plan
2 (hours) x 15 (weeks) = 30 hours 4 (hours) x 15 (weeks) = 60 hours 90 hours

*Ehime University converts 15 lessons of 90 minutes into 2 credits.

Academic Grading

Academic performance will be determined by examinations and regular grades. Academic performance is graded on a 100-point scale, with credits awarded for courses in which 60 points or more are earned.
The criteria for determining academic achievement at Ehime University are as follows

superlativeness From 90 to 100 points The attainment objectives of the courses are achieved at an extremely high level.
superior 80 to 90 points The attainment objectives of the course subjects are achieved at a high level.
good 70 to 80 points The attainment objectives of the coursework have been achieved at a standard level.
acceptable 60 to 70 points The attainment objectives of the coursework have been achieved at a minimum level.
not allowed Less than 60 points The attainment objectives of the course have not been achieved.

About the university-wide GPA

University-wide GPA (grade point average): Used for students’ self-management of their own learning process and achievement status, as well as for faculty to monitor students’ academic progress and provide detailed guidance and advice.

Calculation Method

The grade points of the registered courses are replaced by GP (grade point) as shown in the following table.

GP and grading points

GP grades plan
4 superlativeness 90 to 100
3 superior 80-89
2 good 70-79
1 acceptable 60-69
0 not allowed Less than 60 points
0 Not rated Failure to meet evaluation criteria such as lack of attendance

The university-wide GPA is calculated using this GP with the following formula.

*All common education courses and specialized education courses are eligible. However, courses evaluated as “approved” or “passed” and courses for which registration is cancelled are not included in the GPA calculation formula.
*In addition to this, each department has its own purpose-specific GPA used for its own purposes.

Team in Charge

Team in Charge
common education

Common Education Team, Administrative Division, Education Center
(Student Service Station 1F)

professional education

Faculty of Law and Letters, Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences
Faculty of Education, Graduate School of Education
Faculty of Social Co-creation, Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences
Faculty of Science, Graduate School of Science and Engineering
Faculty of Engineering, Graduate School of Science and Technology
SSC
Regional Resilience Interdisciplinary Studies

Teams in charge of each department, Educational Support Division
(Student Service Station 1F)

Graduate School of Medicine
Integrated Medical and Agricultural School of Public Health

Academic Affairs Team, School of Medicine
Faculty of Agriculture, Graduate School of Agriculture Faculty of Agriculture Administration Division, Faculty of Agriculture