Not all of the courses listed herein are offered every semester. Some courses may be offered during the fall or spring semesters, summer sessions and short sessions and some on alternating yearly cycles. For a listing of current course offerings, the Registrar’s Office publishes a schedule of classes prior to the beginning of each semester.
The University encourages students to plan the course program for their degrees during their freshman and sophomore years. Course planning should be done with the help of a faculty advisor. Prerequisite study must be successfully completed before the student enters certain courses. It is the student’s responsibility to ensure that he/she has successfully completed the prerequisite courses prior to studying on the higher level. The following descriptions contain the necessary information on prerequisites. Note: The University reserves the right to cancel or reschedule courses if necessary.
000—099 No degree credit
100—299 Lower level degree credit
300—499 Upper level degree credit
Information regarding course sequencing is included with the course description.
Special Topics Courses
Periodically, newly developed courses, or those not offered regularly, are presented under the Special Topics designation. These are listed in the semester schedule of classes with course numbers of 240 for lower level credit and 340 for upper level credit. Since the courses may be offered by any department, the course prefix will be that of the discipline offering the course. The specific topic and course description can be found in the current schedule of classes.