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Undergraduate Course Descriptions 2006-2007


Instructional Unit Abbreviations and Course Numbers

The instructional unit abbreviation listed with each group of course descriptions is used for identification and record keeping. For example, Political Science 100, Global Politics and Society, is listed as POL SCI 100. The capital letters are the instructional unit abbreviation; the three-digits refer to the course number. The instructional unit abbreviation and three-digit course number are needed for registration and other forms. Courses descriptions are listed alphabetically by instructional unit abbreviation in the Schedule of Classes and in this catalog.

Understanding Common Abbreviations and Course Numbers

Undergraduate Courses

Accounting (ACCTG) Humanistic Studies (HUM STUD)
Anthropology (ANTHRO) Information Sciences (INFO SCI)
Art (ART) Interdisciplinary Studies (IST)
Biology (BIOLOGY) Japanese (JAPANESE)
Business Administration (BUS ADM) Math (MATH)
Chemistry (CHEM) Military Science (MIL SCI)
Communication (COMM) Music (MUSIC)
Communication And The Arts (COMN ART) Music Applied (MUS APP)
Community Sciences (COMM SCI) Nursing (NURSING)
Computer Science (COMP SCI) Nutritional Sciences (NUT SCI)
Earth Sciences (EARTH SC) Philosophy (PHILOS)
Economics (ECON) Physical Education (PHY ED)
Education (EDUC) Physics (PHYSICS)
Engineering (ENGR) Political Science (POL SCI)
English (ENGLISH) Psychology (PSYCH)
English Composition (ENG COMP) Public And Environmental Affairs (PU EN AF)
Environmental Sciences (ENV SCI) Social Change And Development (SOC C D)
First Nation Studies (FNS) Social Work (SOC WORK)
French (FRENCH) Sociology (SOCIOL)
Geography (GEOG) Spanish (SPANISH)
German (GERMAN) Theatre (THEATRE)
History (HISTORY) Urban And Regional Studies (UR RE ST)
Human Biology (HUM BIOL) Women's Studies (WOST)
Human Development (HUM DEV)  





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