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Spring 2019 Graduate Calendar


COURSE NUMBERING SYSTEM AND FACULTY AND PROGRAM CODES

Each course is identified by two-parts. The first part refers subject area, the third to the level of the course. 1000, 2000, 3000, and 4000 numbers indicate undergraduate courses, while 5000, 6000 and 7000 numbered courses are graduate level courses.

Note: some courses have stated prerequisites which are prior requirements for entry to a course. Students who do not satisfy the prerequisite for a course, or who in the opinion of the instructor do not possess an equivalent background to that of the stated prerequisite, may not register for the course, and may be removed if they register inappropriately.




Program/Course Codes

Agumentation Studies, ARGU-
Biology, BIOL-
Business Administration:
Accounting, ACCT-
Business Strategy and Entrepreneurship, STEN-
Finance, FINA
Management and Labour Studies, MGMT-
Management Science, MSCI-
Marketing, MKTG-
Chemistry and Biochemistry, CHEM- and BIOC-
Civil and Environmental Engineering:
Civil, CIVL-
Environmental, ENVE-
Languages, Literatures and Cultures:
Intercultural Studies, INCS-
Arabic Studies, ARAB-
Asian Studies, ASIA-
Classical Studies,GRST-
Greek & Roman History, GRHS-
Greek Languages & Literature, GREK-
Jewish Studies, JWST
Latin Languages & Literature, LATN-
German, GRMN-
Italian, ITLN-
Spanish, SPAN-
Communication Studies: CMAF-
Computer Science, COMP-
Dramatic Art, DRAM-
Earth Sciences:
Geology, ESCI-
Environmental Science, ESCI-
Geography, HUGR-
Economics, ECON-
Education, EDUC-
Electrical and Computer Engineering, ELEC-
English, ENGL-
Environmental Studies, ESTU
Forensics, FRSC-
French Studies, FREN-
General Engineering, GENG-
Geography: HUGR-
Great Lakes Institute for Environmental Research - Environmental Science, GLIE-
History, HIST-
Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering, INDE-
Kinesiology, KINE-
Work and Employment Issues: WORK-
Law service courses, LAWD-
Law courses, LAWG-
Mathematics and Statistics:
Mathematics, MATH-
Statistics, STAT-
Mechanical, Automotive, and Materials Engineering, MECH-
Music:
Music Academic Studies, MUSC-
Music Performance Studies, MUSP-
Nursing, NURS-
Philosophy: PHIL-
Physics, PHYS-
Political Science: POLS-
Psychology: PSYC-
Social Justice: 02-38-
Social Work: SWRK-
Sociology, Anthropology,, Criminology, SACR-
Visual Arts:
Visual Arts, VSAR-
Art History, MACS-
Women's Studies, WGST-