DESCRIPTION OF COURSES
1. DIVISION OF BIBLICAL STUDIES
2. DIVISION OF EDUCATION, LIBRARY SCIENCE, PHYSICAL EDUCATION, PSYCHOLOGY
3. DIVIS IO OF FINE ARTS
4 . DIVISION OF HUMANITIES
5. DIVISION OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS
6. DIVISION OF SOCIAL SCIENCE
NUMBERING OF COURSES
Courses numbe red one to nin e ty-nine are for s tud ents who have deficien cies and do not carry College cred it. Courses numbered 100 to 299 are primarily for freshmen and sophomores. Courses numbered 300 to 499 are primarily for juniors and seniors. Sophomores who wish to enroll in courses numbered 300 to 399 must secure the permission of their faculty advisor and the Registrar. Juniors who wish to enroll in courses numbered 400 to 499 must secure th e same permission.
In general, odd numb e red courses are given in the fall, and even num be red courses are offered in th e spring.
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