Abbreviations and Codes

Code Subject
ACFMAccounting and Financial Management
AFSTAfricana Studies
ANBEAnimal Behavior
ANTHAnthropology
ARBC Arabic Studies
ARSTStudio Art
ARTHArt History
ASTRAstronomy
BICHCell Biology/Biochemistry
BIOLBiology
BMEGBiomedical Engineering
CEEGCivil and Environmental Engineering
CHEGChemical Engineering
CHEMChemistry
CHINChinese Language
CLASClassics and Ancient Mediterranean Studies
COLLCollege Major
CSCIComputer Science
CSEGComputer Science and Engineering
DANCDance
DLCLLanguages, Cultures and Linguistics
EASTEast Asian Studies
ECEGElectrical and Computer Engineering
ECONEconomics
EDUCEducation
ENCWCreative Writing
ENFSFilm/Media Studies
ENGREngineering
ENLSLiterary Studies
ENSTEnvironmental Studies
FOUNFoundation Seminar
FRENFrench and Francophone Studies
GEOGGeography
GEOLGeology and Environmental Geosciences
GLBMGlobal Management
GREKGreek
GRMNGerman Studies
HISTHistory
HUMNComparative Humanities
IDPTInterdepartmental
IRELInternational Relations
ITALItalian Studies
JAPNJapanese Language
LAMSLatin American Studies
LATNLatin
LINGLinguistics
MATHMathematics
MECHMechanical Engineering
MECOMathematical Economics
MGMT School of Management
MIDEMarkets, Innovation and Design
MILSMilitary Science
MSUSManaging for Sustainability
MUSCMusic
NDPTNon-departmental
NEURNeuroscience
NTSTNontraditional Study
OCSTOff-campus Studies
PHASPhysics and Astronomy
PHILPhilosophy
PHYSPhysics
POLSPolitical Science
PSYCPsychology
RELIReligious Studies
RESCResidential College
RUSSRussian Studies
SIGNSign Language, American
SOCISociology
SPANSpanish
THEATheatre
THDNTheatre and Dance
UNIVUniversity Course
WMSTWomen's and Gender Studies

Courses numbered below 200 are elementary and introductory courses; those numbered from 200 to 299 are more advanced, usually based upon prerequisites fulfilled either in secondary school or in college; courses numbered 300 and above are advanced courses usually having prerequisites at the college level.