Pay special attention to the notes following any courses in which you are interested.
CRN: This number uniquely identifies each section of each course and is required for registering, adding, and dropping courses.
CATALOG NUMBER: This consists of subject abbreviation and course number denoting level. Subjects are arranged alpha-numerically within academic department. Refer to the Index of Course Offerings for abbreviation translations.
COURSE NUMBER VALUES:
001 – 099= non-credit courses
100 – 199 = lower level, introductory, survey, preparatory, and basic undergraduate courses without prerequisites.
200 – 499 = upper level, intermediate undergraduate courses with at least 3 s.h. of prerequisites.
500 – 699 = graduate level courses only (effective Fall 96 semester).
SE: This reflects the section number assigned to differentiate multiple offerings of the same course.
SECTION NUMBER VALUES:
10-19 = first summer session sections
20-29 = second summer session sections
90 – 99 = require enrollment via the department offering the course (i.e. Independent Study).
WW = taught on the World Wide Web
SS = scholars section
PR: Notations in this column indicate course restrictions/prerequisites. Students must satisfy requirements before registering.
* = specific course prerequisite(s). Refer to the College Catalog for course descriptions before registering for any course.
A = permission of Advisor
C =permission of Continuing Education Office
D =permission of Department Chair
I = permission of Instructor
M = open to majors only or permission of Instructor
N = permission of Dean
To register for courses where permission is required (A,C,D,I,N), students must first obtain a signed Add/Drop Form from the appropriate faculty member.
COURSE TITLE: This may reflect an abbreviated title. Full titles may be found in the College Catalog.
CR: This column reflects the semester hours earned upon successful completion of the course. (Exception: COMP 090, COMP 095, MATH 001, MATH 002, and PROF 095 count as 3 s.h. toward full-time enrollment, but do not count in earned hours upon completion of the course.) Where no credit is offered, the course is either below 100 level or is a required lab for the course listed above it. For variable credit courses (i.e. 1-6), students must select the number of credits desired at the time of registration for the course.
GRD: Notations in this column indicate mandatory grading for the course.
P/F: Pass/Fail only.
A-E: Letter graded only.
A-E = grades of A-E will be assigned
P/F = grades of P/F will be assigned
NG = no grade, no credit
Courses without notations may be selected by students for Pass/Fail grading. If Pass/Fail grading is not opted, the grading mode is A-E. See Pass/Fail Option Restrictions.
PT: Notations in this column indicate which summer session the course is offered in.
I = First Summer Session
II = Second Summer Session
III= Third Summer Session
M= Monday F= Friday
T = Tuesday S = Saturday
W = Wednesday Su = Sunday
Th =Thursday ARR = To Be Arranged - Check with Department
ARR = To Be Arranged - Check with Department
ROOMS: This column contains buildings and room numbers. Refer to the Buildings Abbreviations for translations. ARR indicates the location is to be arranged. Check with the department/instructor.
MAX SEATS: This column lists the number of seats the course was set up to accommodate (MAX).
PROPOSED INSTRUCTOR: This column lists the faculty member assigned to the course at the time of publication. The college reserves the right to make changes in assignment without prior notice.
COURSE ATTRIBUTES: These attributes apply to undergraduate degree requirements.
For freshmen matriculated Fall 2000 or after and transfers/readmits who matriculate Fall 2002 or after.
General Education 2
NL2 = Science Course with a Lab
N2 = Nature
M2 = Mathematics
S2 = Social and Human Behavior
AH2= Human Value and Expression
AA2= Human Value and Expression
HA2= American History
HW2= Western Civilization
HO2 = Other World Civilization
FL2 = Foreign Language
BC2= Basic Communication
WS2= Writing Skills
OS2 = Oral Communication Skills
LA = Liberal Arts
PACT = Physical Education Activity
The Advisement Office will publish a list of courses which may fulfill General Education 2. These lists are merely a guide. Students must check the Attribute Column in the Schedule of Classes for appropriate Attributes. Questions concerning this policy should be directed to the Academic Advisement Office, Netzer 100.
ALUM Alumni Hall
FACR Fine Arts Center
FITZ Fitzelle Hall
HCUN Hunt College Union
HECO Human Ecology Building
LEEH Lee Hall
MLIB Milne Library
PHED Chase Physical Science Bldg
PSCI Physical Science Bldg
SCHU Schumacher Hall
SCI1 Science Bldg One