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Following are the graduation requirements of a student:
To obtain a first honors degree, the student should achieve a cumulative GPA of 4.75 or greater from 5.00. The second honors degree the student should achieve a minimum cumulative GPA of 4.25 or greater but less than 4.75.
The rules of honors degree are as follows:
Students graduate after successfully completing all graduation requirements according to the degree plan and is awarded a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering. The student full name, nationality, birth date, faculty, department, graduation grade, year of graduation, the semester of graduation and the University Council meeting number and its date have to be mentioned in the graduation certificate and signed by the dean of Admission Deanship and the Rector of the University. If the student has passed the required courses but his cumulative GPA is below 3.0, the Faculty Council, on the basis of recommendations from the ME department council can specify appropriate courses for the student to complete in order to improve his CGPA. Graduating students who get an Incomplete Grade (IC) have to submit a formal request to the Faculty Council for approval to take an alternative test in one or more courses taken in the last level of study.
A web-based electronic Student Information System (SIS) called Edugate is employed by the Islamic University to monitor and document the overall academic activity of all students. The Edugate system accurately documents all academic activity of students such as overall academic status, adherence degree plan, course registration, term wise transcripts, cumulative GPA, advisors list, etc. The Edugate system provides students with all available options regarding course registration for any term in adherence to the degree plan. If the students have finished all graduation requirements notice of their graduation status is automatically sent to the university administration.
The student courses are registered automatically according to the registration regulations.
Summer Semester: a period not exceeding eight (8) weeks of instruction, excluding the registration and final examination time periods. The weekly duration of each course in a summer session is twice that of its duration during the regular academic semester. The student can study the summer semester at the Islamic university or outside. For studying at other universities in summer the following conditions are to be met:
The maximum course load limit is 10 credit hours in a summer semester for the non-academically warned student and 6 credit hours for the academically warned student.