Course Prefixes

The following symbols designate subjects in the various Colleges, Schools, Divisions, and Departments:

AccountingACCT
Africana StudiesAFST
American StudiesAMST
AnthropologyANTH
ArabicLARB
ArtARTS
Art HistoryARTH
Asian StudiesASIA
AstronomyASTR
BiologyBIOL
Business AdministrationSOBA
Business LawBLAW
Business Systems AnalysisBSAN
ChemistryCHEM
Communication and Media StudiesCOMM
Computer Information SystemsCINF
Computer ScienceCSCI
Counselor EducationCOUN
Creative ArtsCREA
Digital ArtsDIGA
EconomicsECON
EducationEDUC
EnglishENGL
English/Creative WritingENCW
EntrepreneurshipENTP
Environmental ScienceENSS
Family BusinessFENT
FinanceFINA
First-Year SeminarFSEM
Foreign LanguageLANG
FrenchFREN
Gender StudiesGEND
GermanGERM
HistoryHIST
HonorsHONR
Integrative Health ScienceIHSC
International BusinessINTL
ItalianITAL
JournalismJOUR
LanguageLANG
Latin American StudiesLAMS
LawLAW
LinguisticsLING
ManagementMGMT
MarketingMKTG
MathematicsMATH
Military ScienceMILS
Music MUSC
Music/AppliedMUSA
Music/EnsembleMUSE
Music ExperienceMUSX
PhilosophyPHIL
PhysicsPHYS
Political SciencePOLI
PortuguesePORT
PsychologyPSYC
Public HealthPUBH
Religious StudiesRELS
RussianRUSS
Russian, East European, and Eurasian StudiesREES
SociologySOCI
SpanishSPAN
Sport BusinessSPTB
StatisticsSTAT
Theatre ArtsTHEA
World Languages & CulturesWLGC

Course credit may appear as credits or units; one unit is equivalent to 4 credits.

Course numbers indicate the level: lower division - 100 and 200; upper-division - 300 and 400; graduate division - 500 and 600. The numbers in parenthesis following the title of a course state the amount of units or credits.

Degree requirements may be fulfilled for courses listed in this Catalog by showing proficiency at an acceptable level - a level not higher than that expected of a student in a regular course. No credit or grade is earned. See the Dean of the College or School for more information.