Course descriptions are arranged in alphabetical order by subject code (prefix).
Courses numbered less than 100 are considered developmental and do not count as credit toward graduation. These courses serve as preparation for college level courses and are required prerequisites for math and English courses. They must be completed in the first 30 attempted credit hours. Placement in these courses is based on ACT, SAT, or standardized test scores. They are self-support courses and charged at that tuition rate.
Freshmen and sophomores may take courses numbered 100 and 200 providing that the necessary prerequisites have been completed. Courses numbered 300 and 400 are normally junior and senior level but might be taken by sophomores if the necessary prerequisites have been met. Courses numbered 500 and 600 are entry- level graduate courses offered in conjunction with the undergraduate-level course. Undergraduate students who wish to enroll for the course at the 500 or 600 level must secure permission from the Graduate School. Courses numbered 700 are open to graduate students only.
Pre-requisites: Some classes have pre-requisites which must be met before enrolling in the class. This can consist of passing grades in specific courses, minimum scores on placement exams, a specified class level or admission to a particular program. It has been determined by the disciplines that these pre-requisites are necessary to prepare the student for enrollment. Specific course pre-requisite overrides require approval of department chair or dean. Pre-requisites are listed in the course description for each class.
Credits are semester hours. Asterisk (*) indicates that the course is not offered every year.