Policies & Procedures

Class Schedule Glossary

Subject Number Subject/Prefix Code for a program/department.
Catalog Number Three digit number indicates level of class.
Section Number Indicates the section number of the class being offered.
001-009 CSCE (Continuing Studies and Corporate Education) courses: in person.
011-019 CSCE courses: in person, Summer I.
021-029 CSCE courses: in person, Summer II.
031-039 CSCE courses: online.
041-049 CSCE courses: off-campus.
051-059 CSCE courses: in person, accelerated.
061-069 CSCE courses: online, accelerated.
071-079 Corporate on-campus courses.
081-089 8 week courses
091-099 CO-OP sections
101-199 Lecture: a class in which an instructor presents the main body of course material, such as 25.107.
201-299 Recitation: small discussion classes designed to clarify main ideas from lectures, such as 42.101.
301-399 Honors courses: only for those students accepted in the honors program (see page 37).
601-609 LHS (Lowell high school): distance classes.
630-639 LHS (Lowell high school): classes that are not distance.
650-659 "Teams" sections.
701-899 Laboratory/Studio: applies lecture material in small group situations, such as experiments, assignments, and projects.
901-999 Clinical supervision: provided in collaboration with outside clinical agencies and/or schools. Also, CO-OP assessment sections.

Meeting Pattern

Days Day or days on which the section will meet
M or Mo Monday
T or Tu Tuesday
W or We Wednesday
R or Th Thursday
F or Fr Friday
S or Sa Saturday
Hours Beginning and ending times for the section.
Credit Hours Total number of credits given for the course, related lectures and laboratories.
Instructor Instructor's name if known at the time of publication is listed beside the section(s) he/she has been assigned to teach. This information is subject to change without notice.
Campus/Location Campus on which the section will be taught
UMLNORTH North Campus
UMLSOUTH South Campus
UMLOFFCAMPUS Off Campus
UMLONLINE On Line
UMLEAST East Campus

General Education

Gen Ed Codes for courses meeting one or more of the General Education requirements for students entering the University prior to Fall 2000.
AE Aesthetics
BS Behavioral and Social Sciences
BSA BS or AE
BSV BS or VC
CW College Writing
HS Historical Studies
HSA Historical Studies/Aesthetics
HSV Historical Studies/Values
LT Literature
LTV LT or VC
MA Mathematics
SC Sciences
SCV SC or VC
SL Science with Laboratory
ST Science Technology
VC Values, Concepts & Choice
VCA Values, Concepts & Choice/Aesthetics
Gen Ed 2K Codes for courses meeting one or more of the General Education requirements for students entering the University Fall semester 2000.
AH Arts & Humanities
AHD Arts & Humanities plus Diversity
AHDE Arts & Humanities plus Diversity & Ethics
AHE Arts & Humanities plus Ethics
SC Science
SCL Science with Laboratory
SCLO Science with Laboratory Optional
SS Social Sciences
SSD Social Sciences plus Diversity
SSDE Social Sciences plus Diversity & Ethics
SSE Social Sciences plus Ethics
TN Technology
TNL Technology with Laboratory
TNLO Technology with Laboratory Optional
VCA Values, Concepts & Choice/Aesthetics

Rooms

Room Legend of building designations used with room numbers:
BAL Ball Hall
COB Coburn Hall
DUR Durgin Hall
DUG Dugan Hall
ENG Engineering Building
ETI SAAB: Emerging Technologies and Innovation Center
HSS Health & Social Sciences Building
PIN Pinanski Energy Center
FAL Falmouth Hall
KIT Kitson Hall
LYD Lydon Library
MAH Mahoney Hall
OLN Olney Hall
OLE
O'Leary Library
OLS
Olsen Hall
PAS
Pasteur Hall
SOU
Southwick Hall
MCG
McGauvran Student Union
WAN Wannalancit
WEE
Weed Hall

Department Program

Subject/Prefix
Subject/Prefix Code for a program/department
01-08 Curriculum & Instruction
10 Chemical Engineering
14
Civil Engineering
15
Civil Engineering Technology
16
Electrical & Computer Engineering
17
Electronic Engineering Technology
18
Environmental Studies
19
Work Environment
20
Industrial Technology
22
Mechanical Engineering
23
Mechanical Engineering Technology
24
Nuclear and Energy Engineering
25
Intercollegiate Engineering Courses
26
Plastics Engineering
27
Plastics Engineering Technology
28
Army ROTC
29
Aerospace Studies
30
Intercollegiate Health Courses
31-32
Community Health and Sustainability
33
Nursing
34
Physical Therapy
35-36
Clinical Laboratory and Nutritional Sciences
38
Exercise Physiology
40
American Studies
41
Legal Studies
42
English
43
History
44
Criminal Justice
45
Philosophy
46
Political Science
47
Psychology
48
Sociology
49
Economics
50-56
Languages
57
Regional Economics & Social Development
58
Art History
59
Intercollegiate Arts & Sciences Courses
60
Accounting
61
Finance
62
Marketing
63
Manufacturing & Management Information Systems
64
Interdisciplinary Management Science
66
Management
70, 79
Art
71-78
Music
81, 83
Biological Sciences
84
Chemistry
85, 87-89
Environmental, Earth & Atmospheric Sciences
90
Information Technology
90, 92
Mathematics
91, 94
Computer Science
95-96
Physics
97
Polymer Sciences
98-99
Radiological Sciences
ACCT Accounting
BUSI Intercollegiate Business
CRIM
Criminal Justice
DGMD
Digital Media
ENTR Entrepreneurship
FINA Finance
GLS
Global Studies
GNDR
Gender Studies
GRFX
Graphic Design
HON
Honors Courses
MGMT Management
MIST Operations and Information Systems
MKTG Marketing
PCS
Peace and Conflict Studies
PHSC
Pharmaceutical Sciences
POMS Operations and Information Systems
PUBH
Public Health
IB
Graduate School - Biomedical Engineering
IM
Graduate School - Marine Science of Technology
NC
Non-Credit
SECU
Security Studies
THEA
Theater Arts
UTL
UTEACH Lowell
WLS
Work, Labor and Society