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    More than 36 Senior Credits in a Major

    Major is Korean. Have to take senior language units - levels 3-6 for 24 credits, then 12 worth of culture, 6 at 3000. There are Asian studies units that can count to a Korean Studies major, can I do them in addition to 12 Korean studies credits of culture? This would result in me going over the 36 credit points required for the major. I know the handbooks say "at least 36 senior credit points" implying I can do more, but on the unit of study selection thing it says 0-36 credit points for my major. I just don't want to fuck myself over later. Has anyone does this before, doesn't have to be with Korean.

    I'm sending an email to the faculty services but they're slow so I wondered if anyone here knows.

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    Re: More than 36 Senior Credits in a Major

    Once you've completed 36 credit points towards your major, any further Korean subjects you wish to do will have to be selected through the electives selection box.

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    Re: More than 36 Senior Credits in a Major

    That shouldn't be a problem then, thanks.

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