null What does co-requisite mean?

It is the set of teaching units (or a single teaching unit) of a study programme that a student must have taken beforehand or at the same time as a specific course, that is to say during the same academic year. If a teaching unit is co-requisite, the student must simply register at the latest during the same academic year.

Example: The lectures "DROI-C2001 Constitutional Law: Institutions and Litigation" and "DROI - C2002 Rights and Freedoms" must be followed simultaneously in BA2

23 Jul 2019 - 11:11:16
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