Following the above information any prerequi sites restrictions on enrollment

Following the above information any prerequi sites

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Following the above information, any prerequi- sites, restrictions on enrollment, and any special considerations are noted in italics. A course pre- requisite is knowledge or experience a student is required (req) or recommended (rec) to have prior to enrolling in a course. Academic Program Information 69
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Sample Course Listing: 102 MUSIC THEORY 2 S MUS 101 or cons Theory Coord req. Continuation of common practice syntax; emphasis on for- mal analysis and composition of common practice idioms. The course number, “102,” indicates that the course is primarily for freshmen and sophomores. The digit “2,” following the title, indicates the credit value in semester hours. “S” indicates that the course is to be offered during the spring semes- ter. The italicized lines under the course title indi- cate the required background for enrolling in the course. In the example given, a student must have passed Music 101 or have consent of the Coordinator of Music Theory prior to enrollment in 102. Course title revisions or a change in the course number are indicated by a “formerly” statement. A brief description of the course is provided in the paragraph following the prerequisites. Additional information about the course is available in the par- ticular departmental office. DEPARTMENTAL ABBREVIATIONS The following abbreviations for departmental and school offerings are used both in the program requirement descriptions and in the course descriptions throughout the Undergraduate Catalog . They are also identical with those used in the Course Registration Directory on iCampus. ACC Accounting AGR Agriculture ANT Anthropology ART Art BSC Biological Sciences BTE Business Teacher Education BUS Business Core CHE Chemistry COM Communication CJS Criminal Justice Sciences C&I Curriculum and Instruction ECO Economics EAF Educational Administration and Foundations ENG English FCS Family and Consumer Sciences FIL Finance, Insurance, and Law FOR Foreign Languages GEO Geography-Geology HIS History HSC Health Sciences IDS Interdisciplinary Studies INB International Business ITK Information Technology KNR Kinesiology and Recreation MAT Mathematics MKT Marketing MQM Management and Quantitative Methods MSC Military Science MUS Music NUR Nursing PAS Speech Pathology and Audiology PHI Philosophy PHY Physics POL Politics and Government PSY Psychology SED Special Education SOC Sociology SWK Social Work TEC Technology THE Theatre WS Women’s Studies COURSE INFORMATION AND ABBREVIATIONS Also offered as (cross-listed course) means that the specified courses are identical and are thus considered interchangeable in meeting all requirements. Credit can only be earned in one of the specified courses. Conc reg req (or rec) means that concurrent reg- istration in two courses is required (or recommended).
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