Abbreviations and Codes

Code Subject
ACFM Accounting & Financial Management
AFST Africana Studies
ANBE Animal Behavior
ANTH Anthropology
ARBC Arabic Studies
ARST Studio Art
ARTH Art History
ASTR Astronomy
BICH Cell Biology/Biochemistry
BIOL Biology
BMEG Biomedical Engineering
BPHY Biophysics
CEEG Civil & Environmental Engineering
CHEG Chemical Engineering
CHEM Chemistry
CHIN Chinese Language
CLAS Classics & Ancient Mediterranean Studies
COLL College Major
CSCI Computer Science
CSEG Computer Science & Engineering
DANC Dance
DLCL Languages, Cultures & Linguistics
EAST East Asian Studies
ECEG Electrical & Computer Engineering
ECON Economics
EDUC Education
ENCW Creative Writing
ENFS Film/Media Studies
ENGR Engineering
ENLS Literary Studies
ENST Environmental Studies
FOUN Foundation Seminar
FREN French & Francophone Studies
GEOG Geography
GEOL Geology & Environmental Geosciences
GLBM Global Management
GREK Greek
GRMN German Studies
HIST History
HUMN Comparative Humanities
IDPT Interdepartmental
IREL International Relations
ITAL Italian Studies
JAPN Japanese Language
LAMS Latin American Studies
LATN Latin
LING Linguistics
MATH Mathematics
MECH Mechanical Engineering
MECO Mathematical Economics
MGMT Management
MIDE Markets, Innovation & Design
MILS Military Science
MSUS Managing for Sustainability
MUSC Music
NDPT Non-departmental
NEUR Neuroscience
NTST Nontraditional Study
OCST Off-campus Studies
PHAS Physics & Astronomy
PHIL Philosophy
PHYS Physics
POLS Political Science
PSYC Psychology
RELI Religious Studies
RESC Residential College
RUSS Russian Studies
SIGN Sign Language, American
SOCI Sociology
SPAN Spanish
THEA Theatre
THDN Theatre & Dance
UNIV University Course
WMST Women's & 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.