Student learning outcomes are evaluated after each semester through the following criteria:
The number of credits of the courses that students register to study at the beginning of each semester (referred to as the registered study load).
The semester’s average score is the weighted average score of the courses that the student is registered to study in that semester, with the weight being the corresponding number of credits for each course.
The amount of accumulated knowledge is the amount calculated by the total number of credits of the courses that have been evaluated on a scale of A, B, C, D from the beginning of the course.
Cumulative average score is the average score of the courses and is evaluated by the letter grades A, B, C, D that the student has accumulated, calculated from the beginning of the course until the time of review. at the end of each semester.