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Academic Calendar 2013 E.C

The academic calendar of the University is the most important document that can tell you the exact dates and events that would take place through out the calendar year.

Meet the vice president for administrative affairs

Vice President for Administrative

Dear Visitors,

Welcome to the vice president office of Paradigm college! I am glad to have you on-board. We are here to walk you every step through your career at our University. At Paradigm college, we believe, every team member deserves free specialized training, attractive pay check, job security, continuous promotion and equal and fair treatment. We are dedicated to tirelessly invest on our team members development because our human Capital is the key to our success. 

If you have any question or concerns, please feel free to contact me anytime.

Vice President for Administrative Affairs


Phone: +251-


  1. The requirements to join Paradigm College undergraduate program is basically similar in all departments.
  2. It may differ from year to year; nevertheless it is always according to the guidelines set by the FDRE Ministry of Higher Education.
  3. Those from the preparatory program should fulfill the minimum requirement of the Ministry of Education in their national exams and /or;
  4. Those who prefer to upgrade or continue their degree in Sociology & Social Work need to have a diploma in relevant fields of studies from recognized higher educational institutions (universities and colleges).
  1. The program takes four years to complete.
  2. You have to successfully complete a minimum of 120 credit hours to graduate.
  3. You need to have cumulative GPA not less than 2.00 and remove the “F” grade scored in any of the courses.
  4. You Should meet the minimum requirement set for the major course which is you have to get a  “C” mark.
  5. It is recommended if a student could take approximately 7.5 credit hours every term to complete his study in four years.
  6. You can take more than or less than the recommended number of credit limits per term if you get approval from your course counselor.
  7. If you take less than 7.5 credit hours every term, you will need more than four years to complete your undergraduate study.
  8. The average annual  total credit hour you may be permitted would not be grater than 36 credit hour.
  1. Each module will be represented with Four Block letters acronym for the course. Followed by hyphen and terminated with four digit numbers as in ENLA-M1001
  2. Each Course will be represented by Four Block letters acronym for the course. Followed by with four digit numbers as in ENLA1001 (There should be no space between the characters in the case of course code)
  3. The first four digit is a convenient acronym of the course full name
  4. The –M in the module name represents the word Module and differentiates module codes with course codes (It is applied only to module codes; but not course codes)
  5. The Last four numerical digits represents the following:
  6. The first numerical digit represents the class year in which the courses may be taken. Thus 1 represents first year; 2 represents 2nd year… (1-4 undergraduate and 5-9 graduate courses)
  7. The 2nd numerical digit represents whether the course has one prerequisite, more than one prerequisite or has no prerequisites. Thus 0 represents no prerequisite; 1 represents one prerequisite and 2 stand for courses with more than one prerequisites (Ranges between 0-2)
  8. The last two numerical digits stands for the course numbers as indicated in the college’s central course catalogue. Each course in a college should have a unique number between 01 and 99 (Ranges between 01-99)
  1. A program clustered into nine modules each with three to five courses;
  2. A program composite of 40% descriptive, theoretical and positivist, and 60% normative, knowledge and capacity building courses;
  3. A program composite of 50% of endogenous sources and realities and 50%  exogenous sources and realities of specialized knowledge all gravitating to the main subject – matter civics and ethics;
  4. A program composite of systematic comparison and contrast between theory and practice with at least 15% field work and practical observations;
  5. The entire program to be guided by  Criterion-referenced evaluation approach, with continuous assessment as an integral part of the teaching learning process
  6. A program systematically periodized in to 4 phases. These phases are the following:
  7. Knowledge broadening Phase (familiarizing with academic civic and ethics)
  8. Knowledge–Building (Describing) Phase;
  9. Enquiry Provoking Phase; and
  10. Analysis conducting and criticizing Phase.
  11. A program composite of self confidence – building, self – expression qualities, dialogue provoking and consensus building techniques facilitated by group discussion sessions, multimedia lectures and students’ reactions, etc particularly through descriptive courses.
  1. The grading system is depend on the rules and regulations of the college as stipulated in the College’s Senate Legislation.
  2. Both traditional credit hour system and European Credit Transfer Systems (ECTS) will be used. 
  3. 1 credit hour is equivalent with 1.66 ECTS; thus a 3 credit hour course will have 3 x 1.66 = 5 ECTS
  1. Each course in the catalogue is assigned a credit hour and European Credit Transfer system (ECTS) point value so that teachers and students would understand how much time and load it takes to complete the course.Most Western European countries have moved to the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS).
  2. This system was developed by the European Commission to provide common overseas procedures for recognizing studies completed within participating countries within Europe.In ECTS terms, 60 credits represent the full time load of an academic year of full-time study, 30 credits represent the full time load of an academic semester of full-time study.
  3. At Paradigm College, this would equal 30 MC credits for a full-time academic year, 15 MC credits for a full-time academic semester.
  4. At Premium College, we use American Credit Hour system. In order to get the equivalence value of American Credit hour point to ECTS point, multiply the Credit hour points by 2 or (divide ECTS in half).Working Hours or Student’s work load is the average total time it takes to complete the course. Work load is calculated by multiplying every ECTS credit point by 25-30 hours.
  5. At Paradigm College we believe that one ECTS takes 25 working hours for many courses. For example, since three credit hour course is equivalent to 6 ECTS; In order to get the total working load or students working hours in a 6 ECTS course, simply multiply 25 hours by 6 ECTS gives us 150 Students Working Hour per 3 cr. Hrs course.
  1. Your program advisor will be responsible to notify you about the next semester courses. However, if you would like to find out any information about your program in general or your course in particular, first always select your program from the main menu under programs
  2. Then, select the Course Catalog option under your Program menu to  access the course breakdown page that contains all your courses in a series of tables for each term. As all courses are organized in chronological order, you can see the list of courses you would like to take or check in their respective terms.
  3. If you are not sure which course has a prerequisite or whether you can take a particular course in a particular term you can always consult your Course counselor.
  1. Every term, your Course Counselor sends the list of courses you are supposed to take to the finance and accounting Office. The Office of finance will then, send you an invoice containing the list of courses and the respective amount of Tuition and Registration Fee with its due date and payment account information.  
  2. If you find your invoice as expected you can pay your tuition in one o the following ways:
    1.  Pay the Amount in cash to the college office of finance
    2. Deposit the amount to our Bank account indicated in the invoice
    3. Pay using TeleBirr mobile payment method for the college’s TeleBirr account indicated on the invoice.
    4. If you are an international student, you can pay online using our PayPal gateway
  3. If you have got any difficulty, feel free to contact the finance and accounting office using the phone number or email. For more, Click here.