Course descriptions are listed alphabetically by discipline name. The discipline abbreviation appears in parentheses immediately after the discipline name. The Schedule of Courses issued each semester by the Office of Academic Records lists courses alphabetically by discipline abbreviation, not discipline name. See the following table for a list of all disciplines listed alphabetically by discipline abbreviation.
Courses are offered in rotation. The frequency of course offerings is designated by (F) for fall semester, (Sp) for spring semester, (Su) for summer semester, or (as needed). If a course is offered only in odd or even numbered years, the designation will include -odd or -even. Frequency designations are located in Courses Offered by the Department at the end of each departmental section.
Courses taken for Graduate Credit (numbered 500 or above) have additional requirements for completion with graduate credit. Graduate students will be expected to perform at a more rigorous level. Additional content will be required. Graduate students will be expected to complete additional projects.
Modern Foreign Language courses designated as Elementary or Intermediate must be taken and passed in sequence. Placement tests are given in the Department Office, upon request, to students with prior experience with French, German, or Spanish in order to place them at an appropriate level.