For our Emeritus diploma programs our grading system uses a grade point average (GPA) scale that runs from 0 to 10. Students are assigned a final GPA in each of the required courses on a scale of 0 to 10. On completing an individual course within the programs, a course GPA is awarded along, with a status of Distinction/Pass/Low Pass/Fail respectively. Distinction in a course is awarded to students who have scored average GPA of 9 or above. Each diploma program has different GPA requirements for the passing status. Students should refer to the requirements provided for the respective diploma within the learning management system.
The overall diploma program GPA is calculated as an average of the course GPAs received across the required courses. At the end of the program, students who have scored overall diploma program GPA of 9 or above achieve the status of “Emeritus Scholars”.
The minimum overall program GPA required for graduation will vary depending on the diploma program you select. Per our academic policies, to successfully complete the diploma program and receive a diploma certificate, you need to Pass all the required courses and the capstone project, and you must not fail any course or the capstone project or both.
Each student is accountable for their work being submitted and must not submit the work of others as their own work or engage in any activity that will improve or harm the grades of others. Plagiarism is a form of academic dishonestly. Students whose assignments are identified as having been plagiarised will be receive a grade of a 0 for the assignment and will be notified of the same through by our Program Support Team.
Examples of plagiarism include:
– Reproducing content submitted by another student as your content or assignment
– Claiming others’ work as you own and failing to adequately cite your sources