Academic Course Numbering
Numbering of academic courses are assigned as follows:
|00-89||Non-undergraduate level certificate courses and are not accepted towards a Bachelor degree.|
|90-99||Considered college preparatory and are not accepted towards a Bachelor degree.|
|100-199||Freshman level - lower division courses.|
|200-299||Sophomore level - lower division courses. (Freshman are admitted to this level of courses provided prerequisites have been met.|
|300-499||Upper Division courses. (Sophomores who have their advisor's consent and have met prescribed prerequisites are admitted to this level.)|
|500-599||Graduate level courses. (These courses may also be offered at the undergraduate level for qualified students.)|
|600-799||Graduate level courses only.|
|1000-2999||Undergraduate level professional development courses (not degree applicable).|
|3000-4999||Undergraduate level continuing education courses (not degree applicable).|
|5000-8999||Graduate level professional development courses (not degree applicable).|
|9000-9999||Graduate level continuing education courses (not degree applicable).|
A course number followed by the letter C (e.g. THEO-101C Foundations of Christian Life) indicates the course is part of the core curriculum.
A course number followed by the letter H (e.g. THEO-103H Introduction to Theology Honors) indicates the course is part of the Honors Program for traditional undergraduate students. If there is an equivalent course in the Core Curriculum, the “H” course will count as Core Curriculum credit.
A course number followed by the letter L (e.g. BIOL-220L Cell Biology Lab) indicates that it is a laboratory course.
A course number beginning with the letter P (e.g. BUSN-P378 Research Methods) indicates that is offered only in the School for Professional Studies.