Course Numbers

Courses are numbered to show both the collegiate level at which they are offered and the hour value of the course. The first digit shows the level, and the second digit shows the credit hours. The last two digits are departmental designations. For example, Spanish 1301 indicates that the course is taught at the freshman level and carries three hours of credit per semester. All lower-division undergraduate courses ending in the numbers 87 and 88 are honors courses.

1000 numbered courses

Freshman level

2000 numbered courses

Sophomore level

3000 numbered courses

Junior level

4000 numbered courses

Senior level

5000-7000 numbered courses     

Masters-level courses

8000-9000 numbered courses

Doctoral-level courses

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