Graduate Courses

Course Numbering System

000-099
Development courses carrying no credit toward degree requirements

100-299
Lower-division courses recommended for freshmen and sophomores

300-499
Upper-division courses recommended for juniors and seniors

500-699
Senior-level courses. Dual-listed as graduate courses

700-799
Open only to graduate students

800-899
Post-master's or Specialist degree

Credits for each course are listed in parentheses after the course number.

 

Definition of Terms and Codes

Prerequisite
Course which must be completed before enrolling in a specified course.

Corequisite
Course must be taken simultaneously with another.

Pass-Fail Only
Course cannot be taken for a grade.

Consent of Instructor
Special arrangements must be made with instructor or department before registering.

Variable Credit
Prior authorization required to enroll in specified number of credits.

S
Course offered Spring Semester (followed by figures representing the year.)

F
Course offered Fall Semester (followed by figures representing the year.)

SS
Course offered during Summer College Session.

Concurrent  Enrollment
Must be taken at the same time.

(A)
Animal, used in conjunction with Biology courses.

(P)
Plant, used in conjunction with Biology courses.


History Course Codes

  1. United States
  2. European History
  3. African History
  4. Latin History
  5. Asian History
  6. Middle Eastern History

    RE  Race and Ethnicity

    G  Gender