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PostPosted: Thu Mar 03, 2005 1:58 pm 
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Sure you will, the Registrar cannot require you to do nonexistent courses. The methodology for AM students are AT-210, AT-214, AT-217 and AT-320/AN-261. See below.

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 Post subject: AM-4xx
PostPosted: Thu Mar 03, 2005 1:37 pm 
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True; there is no info, just the codes and the title 'szakmódszertan'. I hope I will still get my abszolitorium without these phantom courses :x .
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There's no info whatsoever in the prerequisities section nor in the dependencies section.

I'm the same as Vivien - one non-credit major, nor in the teacher training.


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Most likely errors. What's the title, teacher associated with them?

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Hello,

I'm a non-credit American Studies student with only one major. I also got these weird AM-401 to AM-404 courses on my list. What the heck are they? I'm not an AMN student, nor am I enrolled in Teaching courses.

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AM-4 codes simply don't exist. AMN-4 codes do, they are to be taken by AMN students who wish to get teacher's qualifications. (They are identical with the relevant AFN-3 courses.)

So whether you had these courses or not depend on whether you are a non-credit-system student (AM) or a credit-system student (AMN). For AM to-be-teacher students, there was a bunch of AT codes prescribed. Instead of the paper curricula (tanegyseglista) I advise you use the versions here: AM and AMN.

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 Post subject: "szakmódszertan" for non-credit AM majors?
PostPosted: Tue Mar 01, 2005 1:17 pm 
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One of my classmates just called my attention to this in our tantervi háló on ETR, and being equally clueless, thought I'd ask about it.

There are AM courses with 4xx codes, called "szakmódszertan", seemingly more classes we would be required to take..other than our known prerequisites for the thesis and final exam codes.

Are these really new classes that are yet to be announced but already in the system or for administrative purposes of any kind?? The pop-up window we get upon clicking on the code number has no information at all and even though I have not been able to check it in my paper based tanegységlista, I don't think we had such courses listed.

Any feedback is highly appreciated.


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