Jun 20, 2018  
2009-2010 Academic Catalog 
    
2009-2010 Academic Catalog [Archived Catalog]

Graduate Course Prefix


Course Listings

The following are the departmental prefixes used in labeling courses:

 

Accounting
Anthropology
Arabic Language
Arabic Language Intensive
Arabic Language Intensive Summer
Arab & Islamic Civilizations
Arabic Writing Courses
Biotechnology
Center for Arabic Studies Abroad
Computer Science
Construction Engineering
Economics
English & Comparative Literature
English Language Intensive
Engineering
English
Environmental Engineering
European Studies
Finance
Gender & Women’s Studies
History
International Human Rights Law
Journalism and Mass Communication
LL.M. in International & Comparative Law
Management
Management of Information Systems
Marketing
Mechanical Engineering
Middle East Studies
Migration & Refugee Studies
Operations Management
Physics
Political Science
Public Policy & Administration
Rhetoric & Composition
Sociology
Sociology/Anthropology
Teaching Arabic as a Foreign Language
Teaching English as a Foreign Language

 

ACCT
ANTH
ALNG
ALIN
ALIS
ARIC
ALWT
BIOT
AVIA
CSCE
CENG
ECON
ECLT
ELIN
ENGR
ENGL
ENVE
EUST
FINC
GWST
HIST
IHRL
JRMC
LAW
MGMT
MOIS
MKTG
MENG
MEST
MRS
OPMG
PHYS
POLS
PPAD
RHET
SOC
SOC/ANTH
TAFL
TEFL

Not all departmental prefixes represent fields in which a degree is offered; some represent only courses.

Courses numbered 500-599 are open to graduate students; however, a senior student who has a B average may take two graduate courses, not exceeding six credits, either for graduate credit or for completion of requirements for the bachelor’s degree. In this case the chair of the department concerned must notify the registrar’s office.

Note Concerning Course Schedules

Most course descriptions indicate the semester in which each course is usually offered, but this information is subject to change and many courses are not taught every year. The registrar’s office distributes a detailed schedule of courses offered at the beginning of each semester which contains accurate information on which courses are offered, at what time, and by whom they are taught.

For long-term planning, students should consult their advisers and/or individual departments for help in designing their programs of study. Students coming from the United States, especially year-abroad students, should contact the university’s office in New York for current information about specific course offerings.