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Basic Course Information

Information Subject To Change
Online Course Listing
Course Load
Course Level
Footnotes & Prerequisites
Grading Options

 

Information Subject To Change

The university reserves the right to make changes at any time to reflect changes in cost affected by the state legislature, current board policies, administrative procedures, and applicable state and federal laws and regulations.

Courses may be changed or cancelled based on demand. Classroom assignments may also be changed based on reasonable accommodations. Please refer to the copy of your schedule in your Student Center in MyPack Portal.

 

Online Course Listing

Courses are arranged alphabetically by departmental abbreviation (prefix) and numerically by course number. Classes have the time shown as the beginning and ending time of the class period; for example 8:05 to 8:55 MWF (Mon, Wed, Fri) or 10:15 to 11:30 TH (Tues, Thurs).

ALL Distance Education courses are identified with a 600 section number or 700 section number, and the class location should indicate distance education. Distance Education course offerings, tuition and fee schedules, etc. are available on the Distance Education website.

 

Course Level

Freshmen courses are numbered 100 - 199; sophomore courses are numbered 200 - 299; junior and senior courses are numbered 300 - 499. Courses numbered 500 - 600 are taught at the Masters level and most are available to advanced undergraduates. Doctoral courses are numbered 700 - 899. Graduate courses numbered at the 500 and 700 levels are letter graded (A+ ... F), while 600 and 800 level courses are S/U graded. Courses regularly letter graded (A+ ... F) may not be taken for S/U grading by graduate students. Courses numbered in the 900 series are open to College of Veterinary Medicine students.

 

Footnotes and Prerequisites

Some courses are shown in the Schedule of Courses with a note highlighting special restrictions or information. Please remember that you are responsible for being aware of these requirements when you register.