Course Numbering System

Course numbers have the following meanings:

a. The subject area in a course number will be represented by either two digits preceding a colon or by a four alpha character code:

School of Business    
ACCT 39 Accounting
AGRI 79 Agricultural Business
BUAD 40 Business Administration
BUED 42 Business Education
ECON 41 Economics
ITEC 75 Information Technology
LEAD   Leadership
ORGL   Organizational Leadership
SPMT   Sport Management
Visual and Performing Arts Division    
ARTS 10 Art
  11 Fine Arts - General
MUSC 14 Music
THTR 12 Theatre
Health and Movement Science Division
ATHT   Athletic Training
HLTH 51 Health
HMSC   Health/Movement Science
HPER 58 Health, PE & Recreation
PHED 54 Physical Education
RECR 55 Recreation
Humanities Division    
COMM   Communication
ENGL 30 English
ENSL 30 English as a Second Language
FREN 32 French
GRMN 33 German
HONR   Honors
HUMN 70 Humanities
INTC   Interdisciplinary Cluster
JAPN 35 Japanese
MFLG 31 Modern Foreign Language
PHIL 48 Philosophy
RELG 49 Religion
SPAN 34 Spanish
SPCM 38 Speech Communication
Science and Mathematics Division
BIOL 20 Biology
CHEM 22 Chemistry
CPSC 23 Computer Science
CSIT   Computer Science & Information Technology
MATH 28 Mathematics
PHYS 24 Physics
SCIE 21 Science
SUST   Sustainability
Social Science Division
ARCH   Archeology
CRMJ 74 Criminal Justice
GEOG 43 Geography
HMSV   Human Services
HIST 47 History
INTD 70 Interdisciplinary
INTL 71 International Studies
PEAC 73 Peace Studies
POLS 44 Political Science
PSYC 52 Psychology
SOCI 45 Sociology
SOCW 46 Social Welfare
SOSC 78 Social Science/Social Studies
School of Education
CEED   Continuing Education - Education
EDUC 50 Education
School of Nursing    
ADST 62 Addiction Studies
HCAD 61 Health Care Administration
NURS 60/NU Nursing
CRPL   Career Planning
CTED 81 Continuing Education
DEVL 90 Developmental
GNRL 80 General Elective
GOAL   General Education Goal
LBST 72 Liberal Studies
ORIE 80 Orientation
WTRM 76/77 Winter Term

b. The four digits following the course number represent the specific course and its classification: (Courses prior to Summer 2000 contain only three digits following the course number.)

1000 - 1999   Freshman Level
2000 - 2999   Sophomore Level
3000 - 3999   Junior Level
4000 - 4999   Senior Level
5000 - 8999   Graduate Level

Programs of study, graduation requirements, and courses offered by the university are under constant study and revision. When such revisions occur, the university will make all reasonable efforts to minimize the accommodations required in the planning of academic programs of individual students.

However, the university reserves the right to change requirements without notice. Current requirements may be obtained by contacting the Registrar's Office.