Courses of Study
The School of Continuing Education offers students a wide range of courses in the liberal arts and sciences as well as in business, education, the social sciences, and in specialized fields such as fire science and leadership studies. Please consult the current course bulletin for specific course offerings in any given academic term.
Course offerings include accountancy, anthropology, art (studio), art history, biology, chemistry, computer science, economics, education, English, finance, fire science, health policy history, humanities, interdisciplinary studies, law, leadership, management, marketing, mathematics, music, natural science, organizational communication, philosophy, physics, psychology, social science, sociology, theatre arts, and theology.
Undergraduate course numbers generally fit into the following scheme:
100-level: introductory or gateway courses to specific majors or programs of study; prerequisites may consist of other 100-level courses.
200-level: intermediate-level courses; may have prerequisites of 100- or 200-level courses; more advanced than 100-level offerings.
300-level: upper-division courses; may have prerequisites of 100-, 200-, or 300-level courses; more advanced than 100- or 200-level courses; may include internship, independent study, or tutorial courses.
400-level: advanced upper-division courses; may have prerequisites of 100-, 200-, 300-, or 400-level courses; more advanced than 100-, 200-, or 300-level courses; may include internship, independent study, or tutorial courses.
Internship, independent study, special topics, tutorial, and other non-standard courses have common course number ranges across the various academic disciplines.
|Internships & Field Experience courses:
||270 and 470-475
|Seminars & Capstone courses:
|Independent Study courses:
All bachelor’s degree program require at least twenty-four hours of upper-level (300 or 400-level) credit.