Course Numbers & Offerings
Understanding the Course Numbering System and Pre- and Co-Requisites
Course offerings are numbered utilizing four digits, the first indicating college year and the last the number of semester hours credit.
Courses numbered 0001 to 0999 are considered remedial; hours do not count toward minimum requirements for graduation.
Courses numbered 3001 to 4999 fulfill requirements for upper-division credits. Most of these courses have specified prerequisites.
Courses numbered 5000 and above are listed in Graduate Studies. A prerequisite course must have been completed with an acceptable passing grade before enrollment in the given course is permitted.
A corequisite is a course in which a student must be enrolled and satisfactorily participating concurrently with the given course.