Courses numbered 0 to 99 are developmental and credits may not be used to satisfy degree requirements. Courses numbered 1000 to 1099, freshman; 2000 to 2099, sophomore; 3000 to 3099, junior; 4000 to 4099, senior; 5000 to 5099, graduate; 6000 to 7099, graduate courses beyond the master’s level. Where indicated, certain 4000-level courses are accepted for graduate credit.
The number after each course title indicates the semester hours credit. CR(credit) or NC (no credit) after a course title indicates a pass/fail course with no semester hours credit.
An abbreviation following a course description indicates the semester or summer term the course will normally be offered: F-fall semester; Sp-spring semester; Sum-entire summer session; Sum I - first summer term; Sum II - second summer term. The word “even” or “odd” follows the description of a course which is offered only in alternate years.
Students may not enroll in more than one section of the same course specified in the University catalog without approval of the Registrar. Students who register for more than one section of the same course may be arbitrarily dropped from one of the sections without notice.
Class pre-requisites must be completed as prescribed by the most current catalog, regardless of the catalog or curriculum in effect for any student. Students who do not meet course qualifications or who have not completed pre-requisites for a course may be arbitrarily dropped without notice.
The courses that are listed in this catalog may be offered for credit in a variety of formats, including electronically mediated teaching.