A course is recognized by its prefix (e.g., "ACTG-500"), and its full title (e.g. "Financial Accounting Analysis"). The prefix is composed of two parts, a letter part indicating a field of study, and a numeric part indicating the level to which the course belongs. Thus,

 

ACTG= Accounting

ARTH = Art History

BMGT = Business Management

CASI = Casino Management

COMM = Management Communications

CSCI = Computer Science

ECCC = Counseling Education

ECED = Early Childhood Education

ECIT = Educational Communication and Instructional Technology

ECON = Economics

ECLD = Educational Leadership

EVSC = Environmental Science

ENGL = English

FINA = Finance

GOVT = Government & Political Science

HECA = Health Care Administration

HIST = History

HOSP = Hospitality Management

IMSC = Information Systems Technology

MATH = Mathematics

MKTG = Marketing

MULT = Multimedia Technology

ORTN= CO-OP and Orientation

PROJ = Project Management

PSCH = Psychology

PUAD = Public Administration

RESE = Research Methodology

SOCI = Sociology

STAT = Statistics

TCSL = Teaching Chinese to Speakers of Other Languages

TESL = Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages

 

 

Generally, the numbering system works as following:

 

001 - 099 Non-credit Courses

101 - 199 Freshman Courses

201 - 299 Sophomore Courses

301 - 399 Junior Courses

401 - 499 Senior Courses

501 - 599 Master Courses

601 - 699 Doctoral Courses

700         Doctoral Project