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Jobey Said,
November 20th, 2013 @10:44 am  

Typically no, but I wouldn’t rule it out. Military colleges might have a designated track-of-study (no electives) and so it would be very easy to predict what classes will be offered and which students would presumably want to take them.

JQuick Said,
November 20th, 2013 @10:59 am  

Some degree programs are run as a “cohort group”, meaning that all of the students take the same classes together at the same time for the whole program. If a student doesn’t pass a class, they risk falling out of their current cohort and have to wait a full year to retake the class by joining the cohort of the following year, or they get booted out of the program entirely. The classes may or may not be registered in advance, since it doesn’t really matter one way or another. Every student in the cohort knows what classes will be required from the very start, and everyone in the program has a guaranteed spot in the future classes while remaining academically qualified to continue.

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