Catalog Archives 2003-2004
|The courses listed in this catalog have a special numbering system designed to aid in course selection and registration. Each course number consists of several parts. The first of these is a four letter department/ program identification (i.e. MATH).|
|The second may have the letter "S" to designate those basic skills courses which do not fulfill core requirements; or the letter "C" to designate core elective courses; or the letter "T" to designate non-western or third-world courses required for teacher certification candidates.|
|The third part of the designation is the level indicator and the particular number of the course within a given level. The interpretation of the numeric part of the designation is:|
|100-, 200-, 300-level courses whose second and third digits run from 90 to 99 are experiences of a more independent or specialized nature, such as topics, special topics, seminars, research, theses, practicums and internships.|
|After the level and sequence numbers are the credit hours (in parentheses) for the course. Variable credit courses have a dash indicating minimum and maximum course credit. In the registration schedule the course number is followed by a section letter. Certain sections have restricted enrollment:|
Example: HIST-303(3) is an advanced level history course, number 303, offering three credit hours.
|If a course has a prerequisite listed, it is the student's responsibility to determine that he/she has taken it, or has seen the instructor regarding a suitable equivalent. (Note that some prerequisites have their own prerequisites.) Many courses also have a projected schedule as to when they will next be offered. The schedule is subject to change.|
|Please note the following: In some cases where laboratory experiences are listed as separate courses, co-registration may be required in both lecture and lab. In other cases, co-registration in the lab experience is not required. The course description in this catalog will indicate whether co-registration is required.|
The information contained on this page is from the 2003-2004 Undergraduate Catalog and is valid until August 1, 2004.
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