Course Numbering System

Course Numbering System (Effective fall 2000)

001-099 Non-credit college preparatory and remedial courses. Courses below the 100-level are not counted towards degree requirements.
100-199 Introductory studies, normally on frreshman-level. Course assignments require or reinforce basic competency in speaking, writing and critical thinking.
200-299 Intermediate studies, normally on Sophomore-level. Courses may require prerequisites on the 100-level. Course assignments require or reinforce speaking, writing and critical thinking skills at a level above basic competency.
300-399 Advanced level studies, normally on junior- or senior-level, taken especially by majors in the departments offering the courses. Courses may require pre- or corequisites. Course assignments require and reinforce mature speaking writing and critical thinking skills.
390-399 Selected topics: In-depth study of topics not included in detail in the regular curriculum cycle.
400-499 Specialized studies, seminars, capstone courses, normally on senior-level and designed especially for majors in the departments offering the courses. Course assignments require and reinforce excellent speaking, writing and critical thinking skills, responsibility and initiative.
460-469 Internships.
470-479 Independent study.
480-499 Senior seminars and Capstone studies.
500-599 Graduate courses.