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  New Brunswick Undergraduate Catalog 2003-2005 Undergraduate Education in New Brunswick Organization of the Catalog  

Organization of the Catalog

This catalog includes all undergraduate education at Rutgers' Campus at New Brunswick.

The catalog begins with the Programs of Study for Liberal Arts Students section, a large A to Z listing of undergraduate programs and courses offered by several faculties, principally to students at the four liberal arts colleges. Since not all major programs are available at all schools, it is important for the student to consult the individual liberal arts college sections that follow to determine which majors are offered at each school. Each liberal arts college section also includes important information about the college's specific aims, policies, academic programs, and degree requirements.

The professional school sections include similar college information and also include detailed programs of study and course listing chapters covering the academic programs offered by each of their faculties. Professional students also should refer to the large introductory A to Zlisting both for courses required in their curriculum that are taught by other faculties and for elective courses in the arts and sciences.

In general, individual undergraduate courses offered at Rutgers in New Brunswick are open to students at all the undergraduate colleges, subject to prerequisite restrictions and space limitations.

The General Information chapters at the back of the catalog are relevant for students at all the undergraduate colleges in New Brunswick. It is important for students to familiarize themselves with these chapters as well as with their own particular college's section.

Some courses are cross-listed in more than one department. Students should note that a cross-listed course is the same course listed under two or more subject indexes.

For additional information, contact RU-info at 732/932-info (4636) or
Comments and corrections to: Campus Information Services.

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