The minimum education doctoral program is nine credits, but students tend to receive additional courses depending on their training and experience of previous research.
Students in each of the options will, during their schooling and graduate students must have completed a number of courses. The doctoral studies therefore depends on that of the control, although must be a minimum of 9 credits.
The curriculum of the student for the entire school is determined at the time of admission to the doctorate. The curriculum is developed jointly by the student and his supervisor approached, then reviewed and approved by the head of the option and the program director.
Any curriculum change (add, remove, change of date, etc..), Status, or any other details contained in the student file must be approved, recorded and transmitted by the Change Request Form to the study plan available to the technician in the management of student records.
For courses that must be taken in another department or another faculty, in addition to request modification to provide for approval, it is recommended the student to obtain the consent of the professor offering the course considered. The technique in the management of student records if necessary send a reservation request for the student to the person responsible for the management of the department or faculty concerned records.
For courses that must be taken at another university, in addition to request modification to provide the student must register itself to being considered by completing, online on the University student Bank, the application for leave to study outside university.
All requests to this effect must be approved and registration applications submitted early enough to meet the registration dates of other departments, faculties or universities, on the one hand, and allow sufficient time for teams to make the relay on the other hand. It is the responsibility of the student to learn from the beginning, it will be accepted or not in the course chosen.
Students are also encouraged to attend seminars and laboratories that are not formally part of their curriculum. The doctoral program, research groups, teams and laboratory teachers, individually, provide training and diversified research that doctoral students are invited to participate throughout their schooling and their thesis writing.
Participation in these activities, even if it is not credited, is part of the doctoral training.