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Interim Term Committee (ITC)

Policy for Interim Course Numbering:

The purpose of our numbering system is to enhance the college’s ability to make the degree audit system work more efficiently. Students might remain unaware of much of the new numbering system, but department chairs and advisors will find it helpful. The Dean for Instruction’s office will assign course numbers; the following is for your information only.

The numbering of courses with prerequisites will begin at 60 and take one of three forms:

  • Courses numbered 60 through 79 meet neither major/program concentration requirements, nor core requirements.
  • Courses numbered 80 through 89 meet major/program concentration requirements.
  • Courses numbered 90 through 99 meet core requirements for any and all students.

The numbering of courses without prerequisites will take one of three forms:

  • Courses numbered 10 through 39 meet neither major/program concentration requirements, nor core requirements.
  • Courses numbered 40 through 49 meet major/program concentration requirements.
  • Courses numbered 50 through 59 meet core requirements for any and all students.
 
Neither Major/Program nor Core Requirements
Meets Major/Program Requirement Meets Core
Requirement
No prerequisite
10 – 39
40 – 49
50 – 59
Prerequisite
60 – 79
80 – 89
90 – 99

* On the Teaching Assignment Spread Sheet, columns have been added so that this numbering system can be implemented. To assist in the numbering process, please fill out these columns completely.

 

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