Key to Symbols and Abbreviations

The number of the course indicates the general character and level of the course.

101–200 Elective for all classes; not credited in the major program of the department
201–400 Intermediate and advanced courses and seminars that may be credited in the major program of the department
401–402 Individual tutorials. Permission of the tutor and the department chair is required.
403–404 Department/program project or essay
407–408 Senior tutorial (only enroll through Honors Coordinator)
409–410 Senior thesis tutorial. Permission of the tutor and the department chair is required.
411–412 Group tutorials. Permission of the tutor and the department chair is required.
419–420 Student forum
421–422 Undergraduate research in the sciences. Permission of the tutor and the department chair is required.
423–424 Advanced Research Seminar, Undergraduate
431–460 Studio work, by individual or group
461–464 Research projects done off campus
465–466 Education in the field
467–468 Independent study project
469–470 Education in the field/independent study project—summer
471–500 Nonrepeating courses, seminars, group tutorials, and colloquia
491–492 Courses credited to teaching apprentices and undergraduate teaching assistants
495–496 Research apprenticeship. Permission of faculty research mentor and the department chair is required.
501–600 Graduate-level courses, undergraduates by permission

Symbols used in course descriptions

General Education Areas

HA Humanities and Arts
SBS Social and Behavioral Sciences
NSM Natural Sciences and Mathematics

Grading modes

A–F Graded
OPT Student Option
CR/U Credit/Unsatisfactory

Table of Departments, Programs, and Course Subject codes

AFAM African American Studies
AMST American Studies
ANTH Anthropology
ARCP Archaeology
ART AND ART HISTORY
ARHA Art History
ARST Art Studio
ASTR Astronomy
BIOL Biology
CGST Center for Global Studies
CENTER FOR JEWISH STUDIES
CJST Center for Jewish Studies
HEBR Hebrew
HEST Hebrew Studies
CHUM Center for the Humanities
CSPL Allbritton Center for the Study of Public Life
CHEM Chemistry
CLASSICAL STUDIES
ARAB Arabic
CCIV Classical Civilization
GRK Greek
LAT Latin
COLLEGE OF EAST ASIAN STUDIES
CEAS College of East Asian Studies
CHIN Chinese
JAPN Japanese
KREA Korean
CIS College of Integrative Sciences
COL College of Letters
CSS College of Social Studies
DANC Dance
E&ES Earth and Environmental Sciences
ECON Economics
ENGL English
ENVS Environmental Studies
FGSS Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
FILM Film Studies
GERMAN STUDIES
GELT German Literature in Translation
GRST German Studies
GOVT Government
HIST History
LAST Latin American Studies
LANG Less Commonly Taught Languages
MATHEMATICS
COMP Computer Science
MATH Mathematics
MDST Medieval Studies
MB&B Molecular Biology & Biochemistry
MUSC Music
NS&B Neuroscience and Behavior
PHIL Philosophy
PHED Physical Education
PHYS Physics
PSYC Psychology
QAC Quantitative Analysis Center
RELI Religion
ROMANCE LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES
FIST Romance Literatures in Translation
FREN French
FRST French Studies
ITAL Italian Studies
PORT Portuguese
RLIT Romance Literature
SPAN Spanish
RUSSIAN, EAST EUROPEAN, AND EURASIAN STUDIES
REES Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies
RULE Russian Literature in English
RUSS Russian Language and Literature
SISP Science in Society
SOC Sociology
THEA Theater
WRCT Writing