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Course Numbering:

The three digits that follow either the three letter department code signify seven different levels:

  • 0-99: Open to students requiring development or remedial work (non-credit learning).
  • 100 level: Open to all undergraduate students.
  • 200 level: Open to all undergraduate students.
  • 300 level: Open to sophomores, juniors, and seniors.
  • 400 level: Open to sophomores, juniors, and seniors.
  • 500 level: Open to graduate students and to qualified seniors by permission. A permission form, available in departmental offices, must be used to obtain approval.
  • 700 level: Open only to graduate students.

0-299 level represents lower-division classes, whereas 300-700 represent upper-division level classes.

Click on one of the three column titles to sort:

Department/Program 3-letter Department Code Former 2-digit Department Codes
AnthropologyANT07
Arabic StudiesARB99
Art EducationARE10
Art HistoryARH11
Art StudioARS09
Asian StudiesASN99
AstronomyAST12
BiologyBIO15
Black StudiesBLK17
Business AdministrationBUS20
ChemistryCHE22
ChineseCHI23
Center for Academic Development and Learning 30
Communication & MediaCMM90
Communication DisordersCMD88
Computer ScienceCPS25
Developmental StudiesDEV99
EconomicsECO33
Education InterdisciplinaryEDI34
Educational AdministrationEDA37
Educational StudiesEDS38
Electrical EngineeringEGE40
Elementary EducationEED35
Engineering - ComputerEGC45
Engineering - GeneralEGG47
EnglishENG41
English as a Second LanguageESL42
Environnmental ScienceENS99
Environmental StudiesENV99
FrenchFRN46
GeographyGEO48
GeologyGLG50
GermanGER52
HebrewHEB56
HistoryHIS58
HonorsHON99
Innovative StudiesINS99
InterdisciplinaryINT99
International RelationsINR99
ItalianITA59
JapaneseJPN57
Jewish StudiesJST99
JournalismJRN53
KiswahiliKIS55
LatinLAT60
Latin American & Caribbean StudiesLAM61
LinguisticsLIN63
MathematicsMAT64
Medieval & Early Modern StudiesMED99
Modern World StudiesMWD99
MusicMUS66
Nursing *NUR70
PhilosophyPHI71
Physical EducationPED73
PhysicsPHY75
Political SciencePOL77
PsychologyPSY80
Religious StudiesREL99
RussianRUS84
Second Language - TESOLTES99
Secondary EducationSED36
SociologySOC87
SpanishSPA89
Special EducationSPE39
Study AbroadSAB96
Theatre ArtsTHE91
Women's StudiesWOM94
YiddishYID99

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