Module choice for all undergraduate students is online and new students will receive an email on how to make their module selection online. Continuing students make their module choices towards the end of the academic year via the on-line system. Module choice is made in accordance with the SEAS Programme Regulations. A member of the SEAS Professional Service Staff will approve your SEAS modules. The Senior Tutor has overall approval on module choices; not all choices are possible.
You may make changes to your module choices within the first three weeks of each semester using the on-line system. In line with regulation 18 of the General Regulations for First Degrees module changes made after the third week of the semester are only allowed in exceptional circumstances since it is not normally considered to be in students’ academic interests to make changes after this period.
In general it is best to change modules within the first week of semester, to ensure you miss as little teaching as possible.
Your online add/drop will need approving by the department who owns each module; in SEAS the Professional Service Staff approve all add/drop forms. Your form also needs overall approval from your home department. If you’re home department is SEAS then we will also approve this.
If there is any reason why your add/drop cannot be processed, a note will be added to your online account detailing why it has been rejected.
Once your student record has been updated, you will gain access to your new module's Blackboard (MOLE) page and to the timetable via iSheffield/Muse. When you drop a module, you will not be automatically removed from the Blackboard (MOLE) site.