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DEPARTMENT ABBREVIATIONS

 

ACC

— Accountancy

ANT

— Anthropology

ARC

— Archaeology

ART

— Art

AST

— Astronomy

BIO

— Biology

BUS

— Business

CHM

— Chemistry

SDA

—College Student Development and Administration

C-S

— Computer Science

C-I

— Curriculum and Instruction

ECE

— Early Childhood Education

ESC

— Earth Science

ECO

— Economics

ME-PD

— Education — Professional Development

EFN

— Educational Foundations

EDM

— Educational Media

ENG

— English

ESL

— English as a Second Language

ESS

— Exercise and Sport Science

ERS

—Ethnic and Racial Studies

FIN

— Finance

FLG

— Foreign Language

FRE

— French

GEO

— Geography

GER

— German

HED

— Health Education and Health Promotion

HST

— History

I-S

— Information Systems

INS

— International Studies

MGT

— Management

MKT

— Marketing

MTH

— Mathematics

MIC

— Microbiology

MUS

— Music

PHY

— Physics

POL

— Political Science and Public Administration

PSY

— Psychology

P-T

— Physical Therapy

RDG

— Reading

REC

— Recreation Management

SPY

— School Psychology

SOC

— Sociology

SPA

— Spanish

SPE

— Special Education

THA

— Theatre Arts

RTH

— Therapeutic Recreation

W-S

— Women’s Studies 

 

 

GRADUATE STUDENT CLASSIFICATIONS

 

GADM

ESS — Sports Administration

GAFC

Adult Fitness/Cardiac Rehab.

GBAE

Biology — Aquatic Science

GBCB

Biology — Cellular and Molecular Biology

GBCM

Biology — Clinical Microbiology

GBIO

Master of Science Biology

GBMI

Biology — Microbiology

GBNA

Biology — Nurse Anesthesia

GBPH

Biology — Physiology

GCMH

Community Health

GEPC

Education — Learning Community

GEPD

Education — Professional Dev.

GMBA

Master Business Administration

GMPH

Public Health/Community Health

GMPT

Physical Therapy

GPED

ESS — Physical Education —Teaching Option

GPES

ESS — Physical Education — Special

GPHP

ESS — Human Performance

GRDG

Reading Education

GREC

Recreation — Management

GRTH

Recreation — Therapeutic

GSCH

School Health Education

GSDA

College Student Development & Administration

GSED

Special Education

GSPY

School Psychology

GXXC

Graduate Special — Special Continuing Education

GXXE

Graduate Special — Education

GXXT

Teacher Certification/License Renewal

GXXX

Graduate Special

GXXY

Graduate Special — Psychology

 

Note:  Courses listed in this catalog are subject to change through normal academic procedures.  New programs and courses, and changes in existing course work are initiated by departments or programs and approved by the appropriate academic dean, the curriculum committees and the faculty senate.  Additions to the curriculum for the ensuing years are published in the official curriculum committee minutes which are on file in the offices of the Vice Chancellor. The Deans, and the Records and Registration Office.

 

COURSE PREREQUISITES

Course prerequisites, listed in the course description, indicate the academic preparation required for successful completion of the course. Occasionally students may have sufficient knowledge to enter courses without the formal prerequisites. In these circumstances, students may ask instructors for consent to enroll; all instructors retain the right to admit any student to their classes, subject to departmental policy. Students who do not meet the stated prerequisite(s) or the required class standing must obtain permission in writing to enroll in a class. Students will not receive credit for courses for which they do not have the appropriate class standing or specified prerequisites, or written permission to override the requirements.

 

COURSE AND CURRICULUM REQUIREMENTS

 

A statement of course requirements for various curriculums is included in the Program Description section of the catalog beginning on p. 32. Additional requirements for the master’s degree are located on p. 14.

 

A course marked “repeatable for credit” may be repeated only once unless otherwise specified.

 

Many course descriptions list the semester/year during which a course is normally offered. This serves as a guide; however, actual offerings may vary depending on staffing levels and enrollment demands.


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