The coordinator for a paper is the person to ask concerning administrative matters for that paper. Where two or more staff members are listed as lecturers for a paper, the first named is the coordinator.
A corequisite must be taken in association with the paper for which the corequisite is specified. For example, if paper X is a corequisite for paper Y, then you may enrol in paper Y only if either you have already passed paper X or are concurrently enrolled in it.
You may not credit both corresponding papers for your qualification.
A prerequisite paper is one which normally must be passed before you may enrol in the paper for which it is a requirement. Where a paper is listed as a prerequisite for another paper, an unrestricted
pass (C grade or better; not a restricted pass) is required in the prerequisite
paper before you may enrol in the paper for which it is a requirement.
Semesterisation of papers changes from year to year. A paper offered in the A semester in one year will not necessarily be offered in the same semester in the following; the same applies to B semester papers. When you are planning your programme of study please do not rely on papers being offered in the same semester in future years.