Courses listed in this catalog have been approved by the faculties of the schools in which the courses are taught. Only courses which have been approved by the faculty are eligible for academic credit. The following information introduces the elements of course descriptions which are listed in the sections for each of the schools.
|Course numbering system|
|100-199||Lower level undergraduate, generally first year courses|
|200-299||Lower level undergraduate, generally second year courses|
|300-399||Upper level undergraduate, generally third year courses|
|400-499||Upper level undergraduate, generally fourth year courses|
|500-599||Joint undergraduate and graduate level courses|
|600-699||First year graduate level courses and professional school courses|
|700-899||Second and third year graduate level courses|
|900-999||Graduate level courses, primarily for readings, research, independent study, theses, and dissertations.|
Descriptions of courses numbered 599 and below are listed in the Undergraduate Record. Undergraduates wishing to take courses numbered 600 or above must obtain the permission of the Dean of the school in which they want to take the course.
BIOL 701 - (3) (Y)
Prerequisite: BIOL 501
Cell structure and function, metabolism, membranes and transport, cellular specializations.
Explanation of example
BIOL 701 -- course mnemonic (see glossary) and number. Variations include GREE 701-702 where two semesters of a course must be completed to obtain credit toward a degree or GFPT 703, 704 where credit may be obtained by taking either semester or both.
(3) -- number of credits which will be earned upon successful completion of the course. Where courses are numbered 701-702 or 703, 704 the number of credits represents the number of credits for each section of the courses, e.g., three credits for 701 and three credits for 702.
(Y) - code for frequency with which the course is offered. Variations are:
CELL PHYSIOLOGY -- course title.
S offered fall and spring semesters Y offered at least once every academic year (fall or spring semesters) E offered every other year, in the academic years when the fall semester occurs in an even year (e.g., 1996-97) O offered every other year, in academic years when the fall semester occurs in an odd year (e.g., 1995-96). SI offered upon sufficient student interest IR offered irregularly SS offered during summer session
Prerequisite: BIOL 501. Prerequisites are courses or conditions that must be successfully completed or met prior to enrollment in the course described. Prerequisites separated by a comma, as above, indicate a series of prerequisites, all of which are required. Variations include BIOL 501 or 503 where either course, but not both, must be taken prior to enrollment in the described course. An exception occurs when or precedes the last entry in a series, in which case the commas indicate or throughout (for example BIOL 501, 503 or equivalent). Corequisite means that concurrent enrollment in the course or courses designated and the course or courses described is required.
Cell structure and function, metabolism, membranes and transport, cellular specializations. -- course description.
An asterisk (*) following the code for frequency of course offering indicates that the course is pending approval of the faculty.
Please note that not all courses listed in the Record are taught each semester.
|Graduate School of Arts and Sciences|
|AMEL||Asian and Middle Eastern Languages and Cultures|
|AMTR||Asian and Middle Eastern Languages and Cultures in Translation|
|CHTR||Chinese in translation|
|ENAM||American literature to 1900|
|ENEC||Restoration and Eighteenth Century literature|
|ENLT||Introductory seminars in literature|
|ENNC||Nineteenth Century British literature|
|ENSP||Special topics in literature|
|ENTC||Twentieth Century literature|
|ENWR||Expository and creative writing|
|ENWS||Women's Studies Literature|
|FRTR||French in translation|
|GETR||German in translation|
|GFAD||Government department seminars|
|GSAS||Graduate School of Arts and Sciences|
|HIEA||East Asian history|
|HILA||Latin American history|
|HIME||Middle Eastern history|
|HISA||South Asian history|
|HIUS||United States history|
|ITTR||Italian in translation|
|JPTR||Japanese in translation|
|LASE||Liberal arts seminary|
|LAST||Latin American Studies|
|MEST||Middle Eastern Studies|
|MSP||Medieval Studies Program|
|PETR||Persian in translation|
|POTR||Portuguese in translation|
|PST||Political and social thought|
|RASP||Russian Area Studies Program|
|RUTR||Russian in translation|
|SATR||Sanskrit in translation|
|SLFK||Slavic folklore and literature|
|Graduate School of Architecture|
|AR H||Architectural history|
|L AR||Landscape Architecture|
|PLAC||Urban and environmental planning|
|PLAN||Urban and environmental planning|
|Colgate Darden Graduate School of Business Administration|
|GBUS||Graduate Business Administration|
|Curry Graduate School of Education|
|EDES||Educational Studies (Evaluation, Foundations of Education, Instructional Technology and Research)|
|EDHS||Human Services (Clinical Psychology, Communication Disorders, Counselor Education, Health Promotion and Physical Education)|
|EDIS||Curriculum, Instruction and Special Education|
|EDLP||Education Leadership and Policy Studies|
|Graduate School of Engineering and Applied Science|
|MSE||Materials science and engineering|
|MAE||Mechanical and aerospace engineering|
|TCC||Technology, Culture, and Communication|
|School of Law|
|Graduate School of Nursing|
|NUIP||Nursing -- interprofessional|