ACADEMIC PROGRAM INFORMATION     

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► Registration Procedures

Registration

Students are required to turn in the course request form to their Academic Advisor by the due date.  If a student fails to do so, the student’s course request form will be placed at the bottom of the pile, and those courses will be registered after all other students’ courses are registered.  Both summer and fall semesters have due dates for the course request form.

Enrollment Change (Add or drop classes)

Students who wish to make changes in their course schedule after registration may do so by completing an Enrollment Change form.  Enrollment Change form may be obtained from their Academic Advisor, and require signatures from the Academic Advisor and professors of affected courses.  For ASP courses, students need to turn in signed Enrollment Change form to the TIUA front desk.  For Willamette University CLA courses, students need to turn in signed Enrollment Change form to Willamette Registrar’s Office in the first floor of Waller Hall.   Deadlines for turning in Enrollment Change Form are listed in the academic calendar.  Students should note the deadlines carefully.  It is difficult to get approval for an exception to these deadlines.

Withdrawal from Class

Students cannot add a class after the Enrollment Change deadline.  If a student wants to drop a class after the deadline, it becomes a WITHDRAWAL and he/she needs to complete an Enrollment Change form with signatures.  If a student withdraws, a "W" will be recorded on his/her grade report.  The deadline for withdrawing from a class is listed in the academic calendar.

 

For the 2020 Program Calendar, click here.    

 Course Descriptions and Schedules for 2020

♦ Spring Courses

 •  Tier A Course Descriptions (.PDF)
 •  Tier A Course Schedule (.PDF)
 •  Tier B Course Descriptions (.PDF)
 •  Tier B Course Schedule (.PDF)
 •  Tier C Course Descriptions (.PDF)
 •  Tier C Course Schedule (.PDF)

     

    

    

    

      

♦ Summer Courses - coming soon

 •   Tier A Course Descriptions (PDF)
 •   Tier A Course Schedule (PDF)
 •   Tier B Course Descriptions (PDF)
 •   Tier B Course Schedule (PDF)
 •   Tier C Course Descriptions (PDF)
 •   Tier C Course Schedule (PDF)

   

    

    

    

    

♦ Fall Courses - coming soon

 •  Tier A Course Descriptions (PDF)
 •  Tier A Course Schedule (PDF)
 •  Tier A Course Schedule Chart (PDF)
 •  Tier B Course Descriptions (PDF)
 •  Tier B Course Schedule (PDF)
 •  Tier B Course Schedule Chart (PDF)
 •  Tier C Course Descriptions (PDF)
 •  Tier C Course Schedule (PDF)
 •  Tier C Course Schedule Chart (PDF)

        

      

        

        

        

         

         

          

 

 Achievement Scale of Student Learning Outcomes

The following scale aligns the course grade to student Achievement levels for the course:

 

A  Exceptional Achievement
B  Very Good Achievement
C  Good Achievement
D  Poor Achievement
F  Very Poor Achievement

 

 

 

 

 

The Achievement Scale indicates how well learning outcomes, as listed below, are mastered for each course. 

 

 Spring Semester English I-V Tiered Achievement Scale (PDF)

 Applied English Tiered Achievement Scale - (PDF)

 ASP CLA Electives Tiered Achievement Scale - (PDF)

♦ ASP English 250 Tiered Achievement Scale

 

 Credit Transfer Information

ASP students: For credit transfer information please contact Tomoko Harpster, Associate Director, Academic Adminstration

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Office TIUA 228
Phone 503 373-3301

 

 

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Tokyo International University of America (TIUA) is committed to the principle of equal opportunity in education and employment.  TIUA does not discriminate against individuals on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, disability, age, genetic information, veteran status, ancestry, or national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, employment policies, scholarship programs, and other TIUA administered programs and activities.  For the purpose of admission, all students must be formally admitted by Tokyo International University (Kawagoe, Japan) prior to making application to the American Studies Program at Willamette/TIUA.