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Course Numbering:
SUNY New Paltz courses are designated by a five-digit course number. The first two numbers represent the department that offers the course. The following three digits 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 only to 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.

 

Department/Program3-letter Department CodeFormer 2-digit Department Codes
Anthropology ANT 07
Arabic Studies ARB 99
Art Education ARE 10
Art History ARH 11
Art Studio ARS 09
Asian Studies ASN 99
Astronomy AST 12
Biology BIO 15
Black Studies BLK 17
Business Administration BUS 20
Chemistry CHE 22
Chinese CHI 23
Center for Academic Development and Learning   30
Communication & Media CMM 90
Communication Disorders CMD 88
Computer Science CPS 25
Developmental Studies DEV 99
Economics ECO 33
Education Interdisciplinary EDI 34
Educational Administration EDA 37
Educational Studies EDS 38
Electrical Engineering EGE 40
Elementary Education EED 35
Engineering - Computer EGC 45
Engineering - General EGG 47
English ENG 41
English as a Second Language ESL 42
Environnmental Science ENS 99
Environmental Studies ENV 99
French FRN 46
Geography GEO 48
Geology GLG 50
German GER 52
Hebrew HEB 56
History HIS 58
Honors HON 99
Innovative Studies INS 99
Interdisciplinary INT 99
International Relations INR 99
Italian ITA 59
Japanese JPN 57
Jewish Studies JST 99
Journalism JRN 53
Kiswahili KIS 55
Latin LAT 60
Latin American & Caribbean Studies LAM 61
Linguistics LIN 63
Mathematics MAT 64
Medieval & Early Modern Studies MED 99
Modern World Studies MWD 99
Music MUS 66
Philosophy PHI 71
Physical Education PED 73
Physics PHY 75
Political Science POL 77
Psychology PSY 80
Religious Studies REL 99
Russian RUS 84
Second Language - TESOL TES 99
Secondary Education SED 36
Sociology SOC 87
Spanish SPA 89
Special Education SPE 39
Study Abroad SAB 96
Theatre Arts THE 91
Women's Studies WOM 94
Yiddish YID 99