There are multiple scenarios where it would be relevant to take courses in an alternative order, than what is planned in the process model. Maybe you:
- have recieved credit for multiple courses. Consequently, you will have fewer courses in some semesters and might wish to utilize that extra time to take courses that would otherwise be placed at a later time in your programme, thereby shortening the total time you need to complete to programme.
- are delayed in your programme. For example you might have failed multiple exams or been ill for a longer period of time.
- have been on maternity leave.
- want to take change around when you take some courses. For example you might want to take more courses than normal one semester to decrease your intensity of study during another semester.
Make a study plan showing which courses you want to take and when
If you wish to take courses in an alternative order than what is planned in the process model, it´s a good idea to make a study plan showing which courses you want to take and when you want to take them. In the process model you can find an overview of all the courses you need to take in your programme.
6 things you should be aware of when following an individual study plan
Do you need help making an individual study plan?
➤ Contact The Student Guidance Service