Courses Numbers and Symbols
Courses offered in the University are numbered as follows:
- Below 100 are non-degree courses.
- 100 through 199 are primarily freshman courses.
- 200 through 299 are primarily sophomore courses.
- 300 through 499 are primarily junior and senior courses.
- 500 through 599 are courses designed for both upper division undergraduates and graduate students.
- 600 through 899 are graduate-level courses.
- Figures in parentheses following course titles show credit in semester hours.
- Dual-Listed Courses
Dual-listed courses, listed in both undergraduate and graduate catalogs, are defined as courses that have the same course descriptions and the same course requirements. These courses are listed 600 through 699 for both undergraduate and graduate students. Dual-listed courses are graduate level courses that are open to enrollment by advanced undergraduate level students.
- Cross-Listed Courses
Cross-listed courses are defined at two different levels or are defined and listed by two different programs or departments. There are two types of cross-listed courses.
- Courses that are listed as a 400-level course in the Undergraduate catalog and as a 700-level course in the Graduate School catalog. There may be different course requirements for graduate and undergraduate students.
- Courses offered jointly by two departments. These cross-listed courses typically have the same number, but different prefixes. The course descriptions are the same, but there will be a notation in the course description that states it is a cross-listed course.
- 500-Level Courses
500-level classes are open to upper division undergraduate and graduate students. They may be listed as program requirements for undergraduate or graduate programs and may be applied as electives in undergraduate or graduate programs, with permission of the department. Graduate students in 500-level classes will be expected to complete graduate-level work.
- Cancellation of Courses:
Gallaudet reserves the right to withdraw any courses not elected by a sufficient number of students.