Course Listings

Courses are titled in the following style:

ASTR 110G Introduction to Astronomy (4 cr. (3+3P))

  • Course number- (110 ) indicates the course is a freshman course.
  • Suffix (G)- indicates a New Mexico Common Core course.
  • Suffix (V)- indicates a Viewing a Wider World course.
  • Suffix (H)- indicates a Honors courses outside of the Honors prefix.
  • Suffix (L)- indicates a Laboratory course.
  • Suffix (M)- indicates a Multicultural course.
  • Credits - The unit of university credit is the semester hour, which is the equivalent of one hour's recitation or a minimum of two hours of practice per week for one semester. The (3+3P) means that the class meets for 150 minutes per week for lecture and also requires 150 minutes per week of “laboratory” (practice, field work, or recitation).

Course Number Designation

  • 100-199 – Freshman courses
  • 200-299 – Sophomore courses
  • 300-399 – Junior courses
  • 400-499 – Senior courses
  • 450-499 – Senior or graduate courses
  • 500-599 – First-year graduate courses
  • 600-699 – Advanced graduate courses
  • 700  – Ph.D. dissertation

In order to register for 300-level courses, a student must have met the basic academic skills requirements.

The letter N will be added as a suffix to the course number when the course credits are not applicable to the baccalaureate and specified associate degrees.
 


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