Subject / Department Codes
The schedule includes all Arts & Sciences and Engineering Courses expected to be offered in the semester and is based upon information received from the departments. Course offerings are available at SIS-Self Service.
1. The course number includes both a departmental and course indicator. The number preceding the decimal identifies the department offering the course:
ZANVYL KRIEGER SCHOOL OF ARTS & SCIENCES: Fall 2016
370, 373, 375,
|English as a Second Language|
German & Romance Languages & Literatures
|Museums & Society Programs|
GWC WHITING SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING: Fall 2016
|Center for Leadership Education||660|
|Institue for NanoBioTechnology|
The number following the decimal identifies the specific course and has the following significance:
Undergraduate Level courses
Lower division courses
Upper division courses
Independent study, Internships or research type courses
Graduate Level courses
Courses normally offered for advanced degree programs. Open to undergraduate students only with permission of the instructor.
Graduate level independent study, dissertation, and research courses.
2. The code letter in parenthesis following each 100-499 course number identifies the broad area of study for the fulfillment of undergraduate distribution requirements
E - Engineering Science
H - Humanistic Studies
N - Natural Science
Q - Quantitative Studies
S - Social and Behavioral Sciences
W - Writing Intensive
3. The number in parentheses after each 100-499 course title indicates the undergraduate course credit for the term. Independent Study credits vary and are assigned by the faculty sponsor at the time of grading. Graduate level courses do not carry credits; therefore none are shown for courses ending in 600-849.
4. The instructor's name is indicated in italics following the course title and credits.
5. Prerequisites are usually listed in the schedule. It is best however, to check the AS/EN catalog for a more complete statement of any prerequisite requirements.
6. Meeting times are indicated whenever they are known. All classes meet for 50 minutes unless otherwise stated. TBA means the time of the course will be announced later. If the time does not appear before the first day of classes, please check with the department.
7. Classroom assignments are not made until just before the term begins. Once available, classroom assignments can be accessed at SIS-Self Service.
BE SURE TO CONSULT THE UNDERGRADUATE MANUAL FOR REQUIREMENTS & LIMITATIONS.
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