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Concomitant(s)

English translation: Together/at the same time

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09:55 Apr 12, 2018
French to English translations [PRO]
Science - Education / Pedagogy / University Syllabus
French term or phrase: Concomitant(s)
I couldn't understand the Concomitant here, it placed before the subject code after detailing the course description by Prealable and Concomitant(s)

Below is an extract of one of the course description:

Incapacités maladie ou douleur chronique chez des personnes de tous âges:physiopathologie, dimension psychosociale, pharmacologie. Phases de réadaptation. Plan thérapeutique infirmier, enseignement et suivi. Procédés de soins. Préalable(s):SSS 1615. Concomitant(s) : SSS 1712
Manoj Chauhan
India
Local time: 16:43
English translation:Together/at the same time
Explanation:
As far as I can see SSS1615 is a prerequisite and SSS1615 1712 should be taken at the same time as the course /module/unit you describe

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Note added at 2 hrs (2018-04-12 12:31:22 GMT)
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Manoj. Do you mean there are several courses with 'concomitant ' after them? I don't know what the maximum number of credits is that one takes in a year.., but I imagine there are several possible combinations. Maybe my 'should be taken at the same time' should be replaced by 'may' be taken at the same time.'
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katsy
Local time: 13:13
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Thank you Katsy for your help.. I go for Concurrent
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Together/at the same time


Explanation:
As far as I can see SSS1615 is a prerequisite and SSS1615 1712 should be taken at the same time as the course /module/unit you describe

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Note added at 2 hrs (2018-04-12 12:31:22 GMT)
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Manoj. Do you mean there are several courses with 'concomitant ' after them? I don't know what the maximum number of credits is that one takes in a year.., but I imagine there are several possible combinations. Maybe my 'should be taken at the same time' should be replaced by 'may' be taken at the same time.'

katsy
Local time: 13:13
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Grading comment
Thank you Katsy for your help.. I go for Concurrent
Notes to answerer
Asker: Thanks for your input Katsy, Prerequisite is fine but 'together' seems to be very odd as it appears more than 10 times after ending the course info

Asker: Hello again Katsy, course is only 1 but university offers many courses at the same time for its autumn or winter session and each courses is ended up by Prealable and Concomitant. More example like: Habituellement offert: ETE Volets: Apprentissage par problème, Théorie Attributs: Offert le jour et le soir Groupe exigences: Concomitants: SOI3812 ou SOI3803

Asker: Thank you Katsy for your clarifications, I am still in doubt for the appropriate term, yes courses are different but under one roof, I thing practical and theoretical experiments are two distinct things that separated the courses to one another...

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