Catalog

Course Numbering

Undergraduate Courses

000 to 499 subdivided as follows:

  • 000 to 099 designate courses which normally are not counted towards a student's baccalaureate.
  • 100 to 299 designate Lower Division courses. This category is further subdivided as follows:
  • 100 to 199 designate undergraduate Lower Division courses recommended for, but not restricted to, students studying the subject at a freshman or sophomore level. Such courses generally do not require any prerequisite course work for fully matriculated students.
  • 200 to 299 designate undergraduate Lower Division courses recommended for, but not restricted to, students studying the subject at sophomore level. Courses in this category require specific or general prerequisites which are usually completed at the freshman level.
  • 300 to 499 designate Upper Division courses. This category of courses is further subdivided as follows:
  • 300 to 399 designate undergraduate Upper Division courses recommended for, but not restricted to, students studying the subject at a junior or senior level. These courses presume specific or general prerequisite course work at the Lower Division level.
  • 400 to 499 designate undergraduate Upper Division courses recommended for, but not restricted to, students studying the subject at the senior level. Courses in this category have prerequisites which students have usually completed at the junior level.

Graduate Courses

500 to 899 subdivided as follows:

  • 500 to 599 designate courses offered at the graduate level which prepare students for a graduate degree program or designate professional teacher-training courses.
  • 600 to 699 designate courses at the master's and credential level.
  • 700 to 799 designate courses at the doctoral level.
  • 800 to 899 designate courses at the School of Law.
  • 5000 to 6999 designate courses at the MBA level.