Course Prefix Definitions

The course prefix is a three-letter designator for a major division of an academic discipline, subject matter area, or sub-category of knowledge. The prefix is not intended to identify the department in which a course is offered. Rather, the content of a course determines the assigned prefix to identify the course.

A
Criminal Justice Academy-Noncredit
Accounting General
American History
American Literature
Animal Science
Anthropology
Architecture
Art History
Art
Aviation Science: General
American Sign Language
Astronomy - AST
Animal Science Technology

B
BioChemistry (BioPhysics)
Building Construction
Building Construction Trades
Biomedical Engineering Technology
Botany
Banking Related (Not AIB)
Biological Sciences
Business Teacher Education
Business Law

C
Computer Applications (For Computer Scientists)
Criminology and Criminal Justice
Computer Engineering
Computer Engineering Technology
Computer General Studies
Chemistry
Computer Science and Information Systems
Criminal Justice Basic
Corrections
Criminal Justice Development
Criminal Justice
Juvenile Justice
Law and Process
Clinical Psychology
Classical Literature In Translation
Computer Networks
Communications
Computer Programming
Comparative Politics
Creative Writing
Computer Technology Skills

D
Dance Activities
Dance
Dental Hygiene
Developmental Psychology
Dental Support
Digital Media
Domestic Security

E
English Non-Native Speakers (college-level)
Economics
Economics Problems & Policy
Education: Career/Technical
Education: Elementary
Education: Foundations and Policy Studies
Education: General
Educational Psychology
Education: Early Childhood
Electronic Engineering Technology
Education: Exceptional Child
Engineering: General
Engineering: Support
Education Technology and Media
Emergency Medical Services
English Composition
English: General
English Literature
Entrepreneurship
Earth Science; Geology
Engineering Technology: Drafting
Engineering Tech: Electronics
Engineering Technology: Industrial
Engineering Technology: Mechanical
Engineering Technology: Speciality
European History
Environmental Studies
Environmental Science
Education: Vocational/Technical

F
Fire and Emergency Services
Emergency Administration and Management/Fire Fight
Film
Finance
French Language
Funeral Services
Food Service Systems

G
Geography: Regional Areas
General Business
Gerontology
Geography: Information Science
Geology
Graphic Arts
Modern Greek Language

H
Hospitality Management
Health Information Management
General History and Histriography
Health, Leisure, and Physical Education
Health Services Administration
Health Sciences
Humanities
Human Nutrition
Human Services

I
Interdisciplinary Honors
Interdisciplinary Studies
International Relations
Sign Language Interpreting
Interdisciplinary Sciences
Information Systems Management

J
Journalism

L
Language Arts and English Education
Latin (Language Study)
Leadership Studies
Leisure
Library Science
Literature

M
Mathematics: Calculus & Precalculus
Mathematics: Discrete
Mathematics:Education
Management
Mathematics: Applied
Marketing
Mathematics: Algebraic Structures
Mathematics
Microbiology
Meteorology
Mathematics: General & Finite
Mathematics: History and Foundations
Medical Laboratory Technology
Mass Media Communication
Management: Applied
Military Science and Leadership
Mathematics
Music: Composition
Music: Conducting
Music: History/Musicology
Music Literature
Music: Commercial
Musical Ensembles
Music: Opera/Musical Theatre
Music
Music: Theory
Applied Music: Brasses
Applied Music: Jazz
Applied Music: Keyboard
Applied Music: Percussion
Applied Music: Strings
Applied Music: Voice
Applied Music: Woodwinds

N
Nursing:Special
Nursing, Generic Undergraduate

O
Biological Oceanography
General Oceanography
Oral Interpretation
Office Systems Technology

P
Public Administration
Process Biology Genetics
Physical Education Object Centered, Land
PE Permformance Centered, Land
Physical Education, Water
Physical Education Theory
Photography
Philosophy, History of
Philosophy
Physical Therapy
Physics
Paralegal/Legal Assistant/Legal Administration
Political Science
Personality
Prosthetics/Orthotics
Physical Sciences
Psychology
Public Policy

Q
Quantitative Methods in Business

R
Reading
Reading Education
Real Estate
Religion
Respiratory Care
Risk Management and Insurance
Radiologic Technology
Russian

S
Science Education
Student Life Skills-Learning
Social Psychology
Speech Communication
Spanish Language
Statistics
Sociology, General
Social Processes

T
Technical Architecture
Taxation
Theatre Studies and General Resources
Theatre Production and Administration
Theatre Performance and Performance Training
Teaching English As a Second Language

W
World History

Z
Zoology