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Special Addendum to CALS Course Change Form for All Cross-listed, Co-listed, and Cross-level Courses

11/10/95--Office of University Registrar

Definitions

Cross-listed course

A course that is identical in all respects except in department and course identification number. All cross-listed courses meet in the same room, at the same time and are taught by the same faculty or teaching staff. All cross-listed courses have the same academic requirements. Cross-listing should include both principal and sub-courses.

Co-listed course

A course that is connected to another course or courses by similar subject matter. The principal courses will meet in the same room, at the same time and are usually taught by the same faculty or teaching staff. Co-listed courses do not have the same academic requirements. Sub-courses are usually but not always taught in different rooms, at different times and by different faculty or teaching staff.

Cross-level course

A course that is connected to another course or courses by similar subject matter. The principal courses will meet in the same room, at the same time and are usually taught by the same faculty or teaching staff. Cross-level courses do not have the same academic requirements. Sub-courses are usually but not always taught in different rooms, at different times and by different faculty or teaching staff. Cross-level courses are taught within the same department and usually involve both graduate level and undergraduate level courses.