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List of Alpha Codes

Subject Area

Code

Accounting (see Economics)

 

AFRICAN AND AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES

AAS

Swahili

SWA

Yoruba

YOR

AMERICAN STUDIES (Interdisciplinary)

AMS

ANTHROPOLOGY

ANT

ART

 

Art History

ARH

Studio Art

ART

BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES

BIO

CHEMISTRY

CHE

CITY AND THE HUMANITIES

HUM

Classics (See Languages & Literatures)

 

Comparative Literature (Interdepartmental)

CLT

Computer Science (see Mathematics)

 

Cooperative Education Program

CED

Dance (see Journalism, Communication & Theatre)

 

ECONOMICS and BUSINESS

 

Accounting

ACC

Business Administration

BBA

Economics

ECO

EDUCATION

 

Bilingual/Bicultural Education

BBE

Childhood Education

DEC

Counseling, Leadership, Literacy, and Special Education

ESS

Early Childhood Education

ECE

Family and Consumer Studies

FCS

Middle and High School Education

ESC

Special Education

EDS

ENGLISH

 

Creative & Professional Writing

ENW

English as a Second Language

ESL

EARTH, ENVIRONMENTAL, AND GEOSPATIAL SCIENCES

 

Geography-Human

GEH

Geography-Physical

GEP

Geology

GEO

Global Studies

GLS

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE (see English)

 

FRESHMAN YEAR INITIATIVE

FYI

GENERAL EDUCATION

LEH

HEALTH SCIENCES

HSD

Dietetics, Foods, & Nutrition

DFN

Exercise Science

EXS

Health Education and Promotion

HEA

Health Services Administration

HSA

Recreation Education

REC

Rehabilitation

REH

HISTORY

 

Asia, Latin America, Russia, and Non-Western Civilizations

HIW

Ancient Greece, Rome, Near East, and Ancient and Medieval Civilizations

HIA

Modern Europe

HIE

Special & Comparative Historical Topics

HIS

United States

HIU

HUMANITIES

HUM

INDIVIDUALIZED BACCALAUREATE PROGRAMS (IBAP & ADP)

IBA

ITALIAN-AMERICAN STUDIES

IAS

JOURNALISM, COMMUNICATION, THEATRE

 

Dance

DNC

Mass Communication

COM

Multimedia Journalism

MLJ

Theatre

THE

LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES

 

Classical Culture

ACU

Chinese

CHI

Classics

CLA

French

FRE

German

GER

Greek

GRK

Hebrew

HEB

Hebrew Culture

HCU

Irish

IRI

Italian

ITA

Japanese

JAL

Japanese Culture

JCU

Latin

LAT

Portuguese

POR

Russian

RUS

Slavic

SLA

Spanish

SPA

World Classics

IDW

Yiddish

YDH

LATIN AMERICAN & PUERTO RICAN STUDIES

 

Latin American and Caribbean Studies

LAC

Puerto Rican Studies

PRS

LEHMAN SCHOLARS PROGRAM

LSP

LINGUISTICS (Interdisciplinary)

LNG

MACAULAY HONORS COLLEGE

MHC

MASS COMMUNICATION (See Journalism, Communication, Theatre)

 

MATHEMATICS & COMPUTER SCIENCE

 

Computer Graphics and Imaging

CGI

Computer Applications

CIS

Computer Science

CMP

Mathematics

MAT

MULTILINGUAL JOURNALISM
(See Journalism, Communication, & Theatre)

MLJ

MUSIC

 

Music History

MSH

Music Performance

MSP

Music Theory

MST

NURSING

NUR/HIN

PHILOSOPHY

PHI

PHYSICS & ASTRONOMY

 

Astronomy

AST

Physics

PHY

POLITICAL SCIENCE

POL

PSYCHOLOGY

PSY

SOCIOLOGY

SOC

SOCIAL WORK

SWK

SPEECH-LANGUAGE-HEARING SCIENCES

 

Communication Arts

SPE

Speech Pathology and Audiology

SPV

THEATRE (See Journalism, Communication, Theatre)

 

URBAN STUDIES (Interdisciplinary)

URB

WOMEN'S STUDIES (Interdisciplinary)

WST

WORLD CLASSICS

 

(Interdisciplinary & Interdepartmental)

IDW

Courses that Involve a One-to-One Faculty/Student Relationship

(281-296, 381-396, 481-496)

Tutorials: (281-284, 381-384, 481-484)

Independent Study: (285-288, 385-388, 485-488)

Research: (289-292, 389-392, 489-492)

Special Projects: (293-296, 393-396, 493-496)

These courses provide an opportunity for independent study in every department. Students who wish to undertake independent study should consult an adviser from the department or interdisciplinary program encompassing the student's area of interest. Such consultation is essential before registering for one of these courses because plans have to be developed by the faculty member and the student. The first digit indicates the level of experience that a student should have before taking the course.

Courses numbered 381-396 are open to students who have satisfactorily completed at least 60 credits or have permission of the department chair.

Courses numbered 481-496 are for students majoring in that subject area who have satisfactorily completed a total of 75 credits toward their degree, including at least 12 credits in that discipline or related areas.

Prerequisites

A prerequisite course is one that must be satisfactorily completed before a more advanced course is taken. The following are not satisfactory grades for prerequisite courses: F, NC, INC, PEN, R, W, WU, WF, AUD. Students who receive an INC in a prerequisite must complete it within TWO WEEKS of the following semester if they wish to remain in the more advanced course. For example, PSY 166 is the prerequisite for all 200-level psychology courses.

Corequisites

A corequisite course is one that must be taken in the same semester as its related course. For example, CHE 114 (lecture) and CHE 115 (lab) are corequisite courses.

Last modified: 7/14/2014