COURSES OF INSTRUCTION 2009-2010
COURSE NUMBERING SYSTEM
Courses designated by a single number are semester courses.
Year courses are designated by an odd number and an even number joined by a hyphen; the work of the two
semesters constitutes an integral, indivisible course. Therefore, if a student does not pass the second half of a year-
long course, he or she forfeits credit for the first half and incurs a deficiency as a result of the forfeiture. Students
who register for a year course are required to do both semesters of that course within the same academic year.
In some departments, course numbers have special meanings that are explained in their listings.
The (F) or (S) following a course's number indicates the semester, fall or spring, in which the course will be
THESE SYMBOLS ARE USED IN DEPARTMENTAL MASTHEADS TO INDICATE
*On leave for the year
* *On leave fall semester
* * *On leave spring semester
§Visiting or adjunct, part-time fall semester
§ §Visiting or adjunct, part-time spring semester
§ § §Adjunct WSP