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E

English

TESOL Teaching English to Speakers

of Other Languages

ECN

Economics

ED

Education

FCS

Family & Consumer Sciences

FIN

Finance

H

History

HU

Humanities

IA

Intercollegiate Athletics

IBEX

Israel Bible Extension

INB

International Business

ITA

Italian

KPE

Kinesiology and Physical Education

LS

Biological Science

MA

Mathematics

MGT

Management

MIS

Management Information Sciences

MKT

Marketing

MU

Music

P

Philosophy

PS

Physical Science

POL

Political Studies

SP

Spanish

SS

Social Science

TH

Theatre Arts

COURSE NUMBERING SYSTEM

The first digit in the course number indicates the year during which a student will typically take that course.

Thus:

100-199 are freshman level courses

200-299 are sophomore level courses

300-399 are junior level courses

400-499 are senior level courses

500-599 are graduate level courses

600-699 are graduate level courses

The third digit in the course number usually indicates the frequency with which the course is offered. Thus:

third digit:

the course is usually offered:

0

Every semester

1

Every year, Fall

2

Every year, Spring

3

Odd years, Fall

4

Even years, Spring

5

Even years, Fall

6

Odd years, Spring

7

Offered every 3-4 years

8

Offered on demand

9

Special courses

Consistent with general academic practice, not all courses listed in this catalog are offered every semester. Students

should consult the schedule of classes prepared prior to registration in planning their programs. The University reserves

the right to withdraw any course for which there is not sufficient demand. Usually five students are required as a

minimum.

GRADING SYSTEM

Symbol Grade Points Explanation

A

4.0

Demonstrates thorough mastery of subject material & effective use of creative

resourcefulness.

A-

3.7

B+

3.3