The department and course codes for all units of the University are arranged in the single alphabetical list shown below. The course code is the registrar’s official symbol for the subject and is used in records, reports, schedules, transcripts, and other references to a department or course.

Numbering indicates the level of the material covered in courses:

100-199 Introductory courses

Seniors should exercise due consideration before taking 100-level courses, since elementary courses generally appear inappropriate on a senior’s transcript.

200-299 Lower-division courses

300-399 Upper-division courses open to undergraduate students

400-499 Advanced courses open to both undergraduate and graduate students

500-599 Graduate courses open only to graduate students and listed in the Graduate Studies Bulletin

When courses are cross-listed by more than one department or program, the full description of the course is found under both the department/program administering the course and the other department/program. At the time of registration, students who register for a cross-listed course must choose the department/program in which they desire credit for the course.

Hyphenated numbers – for example, 153-154 – are attached to courses that run for two semesters and indicate that the first course is prerequisite for the second course. Double numbers with a comma between them – for example, 161, 163 – are attached to courses that run for two semesters but may be taken in any sequence.

A number in parentheses following a course number or title refers to the number of the same course as it appeared in previous issues of the Undergraduate Bulletin. If the number is preceded by a departmental symbol, it indicates a cross-listed course.

Department and Course Codes

Arabic AB History HS
Accountancy AC Honors Program HP
Art History and Humanities AH International Business with Language and Culture IB
Arts and Sciences AR International Cultures IC
Biology BL Italian IT
Business Information Systems BI Japanese JP
Business Logistics LG Latin LT
Career Education CE Leadership LP
Chemistry CH Management MN
Chinese CN Marketing MK
Classics CL Mathematics MT
Communication and Theatre Arts CO Military Science MS
Computer Science CS Modern Languages ML
East Asian Studies EA Peace, Justice, and Human Rights PJHR
Economics EC Philosophy PL
Education and Allied Studies ED Physical Education PE
Engineering Physics EP Physics PH
English EN Political Science PO
Entrepreneurship ER Psychology PS
Finance FN Russian RS
Fine Arts FA Slovak SL
First-Year Seminar FY SEM Sociology and Criminology SC
French FR Spanish SP
German GR Theology and Religious Studies RL
Greek GK