Course Numbering System
The number by which a course is designated indicates the level of the
courses primarily for freshmen and sophomores.
- 100-199: Primarily
introductory and beginning courses.
- 200-299: Intermediate-level courses.
courses primarily for juniors and seniors.
- 300-399: Advanced-intermediate-level courses.
Open to exceptionally well-qualified seniors with the prior written approval
of the course instructor and the Graduate College. See the Graduate
Credit for Seniors policy.
600-699: Graduate courses.
Not open to undergraduate students.
700-799: Graduate courses
limited to doctoral students.
800-899: Courses limited to
students working toward degrees offered by the colleges of Medicine,
Pharmacy, and Public Health. Not available for credit toward other degrees.
graduate study involving research, thesis, or dissertation. Not open to
* Certain 400- and 500-level courses with the same number and title may be
convened jointly. Students may receive credit for such courses only once,
whether jointly convened or separately, unless designated repeatable in the
course description or unless
special approval is granted by the student's major advisor.