Code

Subject

ACFM

Accounting and Financial Management

ANBE

Animal Behavior

ANTH

Anthropology

ARBC

Arabic

ARST

Studio Art

ARTH

Art History

ASTR

Astronomy

BICH

Cell Biology/Biochemistry

BIOL

Biology

BMEG

Biomedical Engineering

CENG

Civil and Environmental Engineering

CHEG

Chemical Engineering

CHEM

Chemistry

CHIN

Chinese

CLAS

Classics

CPEG

Computer Engineering

CSCI

Computer Science

DANC

Dance

DLCL

Languages, Cultures, and Linguistics

EAST

East Asian Studies

ECMA

Interdisciplinary Studies in Economics and Mathematics

ECON

Economics

EDUC

Education

ELEC

Electrical Engineering

ENGL

English

ENGR

Engineering

ENST

Environmental Studies

FOUN

Foundation Seminar

FREN

French

GEOG

Geography

GEOL

Geology

GLBM

Global Management major courses

GREK

Greek

GRMN

German

HIST

History

HUMN

Comparative Humanities

IDPT

Interdepartmental

IREL

International Relations

ITAL

Italian Studies

JAPN

Japanese

JYAB

Junior Year Abroad

LAMS

Latin American Studies

LATN

Latin

LING

Linguistics

MATH

Mathematics

MECH

Mechanical Engineering

MGMT

School of Management

MIDE

Markets, Innovation and Design

MILS

Military Science

MSUS

Managing for Sustainability

MUSC

Music

NDPT

Non-departmental

NEUR

Neuroscience

NTST

Nontraditional Study

OCST

Off-campus Studies

PHIL

Philosophy

PHYS

Physics

POLS

Political Science

PSYC

Psychology

RELI

Religion

RESC

Residential College

RUSS

Russian

SIGN

Sign Language, American

SOCI

Sociology

SPAN

Spanish

THEA

Theatre

UNIV

University Course

WMST

Women’s and Gender Studies

 

Within the parentheses following the title of each course, in the Course Descriptions sections of this Catalog, the following designations are used:

  • "I" indicates the first (fall) semester, "II" the second (spring) semester.
  • The word "and" between "I" and "II" designates a course which is given in each semester.
  • The word "or" between "I" and "II" designates a course may be given in either one of the semesters.
  • The letter "A" preceding "I" or "II" indicates a course given in alternate years.
  • The letter "S" designates a course offered during the summer session.
  • The letter "R" following the semester designation indicates that the course may be repeated for credit when the subject matter is significantly different.
  • The first number after the semicolon shows the number of hours of classroom work for each week in a semester.
  • The second number after the semicolon shows the number of hours in each week devoted to work in the laboratory, in the studio, or on field trips, etc. (The number of class hours for a course may vary. In most courses where class hours weekly are indicated, but not laboratory hours, the student is expected to compensate for omitted class or laboratory work by independent study.)
  • The final letter within the parentheses indicates whether the course may be taken for undergraduate credit only ("U").
  • "TBA" in any position within the parentheses indicates that the information was not available for inclusion.

The symbol "NTST" appearing as a course designation (e.g. POLS 3NTST) denotes nontraditional study on the elementary (1NTST), intermediate (2NTST) or advanced (3NTST) level.

Courses numbered below 200 are elementary and introductory courses; those numbered from 200 to 299 are more advanced, usually based upon prerequisites fulfilled either in secondary school or in college; courses numbered 300 and above are advanced courses usually having prerequisites at the college level.

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