Changes in Course Numbers and/or Titles
It is the student's responsibility to read course descriptions carefully, and, when in doubt, to check with his or her adviser or the appropriate department to avoid registering for a course that the student already may have taken. Credit will not be given twice for the same course, despite a change in number and/or title.
Explanation of Three-Part Course Numbers
The number preceding each course title is divided into three
parts. The first two digits are the administrative code (standing for a faculty or a school), the next three
digits are the subject code, and the final three digits are the course
24 - Rutgers Law School
50 - Camden College of Arts and Sciences (daytime and evening courses)
52 - School of Business-Camden
56 - Graduate School-Camden
64 - University College Camden
A subject code indicates the subject matter of the course. (This list does not constitute a list of majors nor does it constitute a list of all subjects offered at the university.)
Business Administration (135)
Business Law (140)
Human Resource Management (533)
Management Science and Information Systems (623)
coded from 100 to 299 are introductory and intermediate undergraduate
courses; codes from 300 to 499 indicate advanced undergraduate courses.
Courses coded from 500 to 799 are graduate courses and are described in
the graduate catalogs of the university.
Two course codes
separated by a comma indicate that each semester course may be taken
independently of the other (example: 50:160:453,454). Two course codes
separated by a hyphen indicate that satisfactory completion of the
first-semester course is a prerequisite to the second semester (example:
50:750:203-204); the first semester may be taken for credit
without the second, except if a statement is added to indicate
that both semester courses must be completed in order to receive credit
Credits awarded for the successful completion of each course are indicated in parentheses following the course title. The notation of BA indicates that the number of credits is determined by arrangement with the department offering the course.
Unless otherwise indicated, a course normally meets each week for a number of lecture hours equal to the number of credits to be earned. Special hours are modes of class, other than lecture, are usually indicated in italics below the course title (i.e., "by arrangement" for courses delivered 100 percent online).