All courses of instruction are listed alphabetically. If more than one area of instruction exists within a unit, courses are listed alphabetically within that unit. Additionally, they appear in the straight alphabetical listing with a reference back to the unit.
Use the Course and Subject Guide located before the Course Listings to find courses quickly. Select prefix under Prefix/Subject Code column and find the page number in the last column. If the Prefix/Subject Code is unknown, examine the Courses of Instruction column for interest area and page number.
Courses 1980, 2980 and 4980, Experimental Courses, are new courses offered on a trial basis for 1-4 hours credit each. Registration is permitted only upon approval of the department chair.
Advanced Courses, numbered 3000 to 4999, are open to students who have 12 semester hours of credit in a given subject or who have the indicated prerequisites, and to those without the prerequisites who have consent of the department chair. In some instances, college/school/departmental requirements may vary. Students should consult individual areas prior to enrolling in advanced courses.
Individual courses of instruction are subject to change or withdrawal at any time and may not be offered each semester or every year. Any course may be withdrawn from current offerings if the number of registrants is too small to justify conducting the course. Students interested in a particular course during a particular period should inquire in advance and/or consult the applicable Schedule of Classes.
Figures in parentheses following the course credit hours indicate the number of clock hours per week devoted to lecture and laboratory. When it appears, the third and final number in these parentheses indicates the number of recitation hours per week. Specific information regarding courses within a particular department is located immediately before the course listings.
A prerequisite is a course or other preparation that must be completed before enrollment in another course. All prerequisites are included in catalog course descriptions.
A semester hour is the unit of credit at UNT; the credit allows for 1 lecture hour a week for 15 weeks or the equivalent.
Note: A sample has been compiled to identify different components of the course description and does not accurately reflect an existing course. Not all course descriptions include every component shown in the following example.
The prerequisites to sophomore-level English are 6 semester hours of freshman-level English or equivalent credit. A student may enroll for sophomore-level English concurrently with the second semester of freshman-level English.
1320. (1302) College Writing II. 3 hours. (3;0;1) Continuation of ENGL 1310. Writing in response to reading and research. Emphasis on perfecting texts through several drafts. Corequisites(s): ENGL 1210 or consent of department. Prerequisite(s): ENGL 1310 or equivalent. Satisfies the Written and Information Access requirement of the University Core Curriculum.
(1)The prerequisites to sophomore-level English are 6 semester hours of freshman-level English
or equivalent credit. A student may enroll for sophomore-level English concurrently with the second semester of freshman-level English.
(2) English, ENGL (3) 1320. (4) (1302) (5) College Writing II.
(6) 3 hours. (7)(3; (8) 0; (9) 1) (10) Continuation of ENGL 1310. Writing in response to reading and research. Emphasis on perfecting texts through several drafts.
(11) Corequisite(s): ENGL 1210 or consent of department.
(12) Prerequisite(s): ENGL 1310 or equivalent.
(13) Satisfies the English Composition and Rhetoric requirement of the University Core Curriculum.
1 Specific information regarding courses within a particular department
2 Course prefix
3 Course number
4 Texas Common Course Numbering System (TCCNS) common number
5 Course name
6 Semester hour credit
7 Hours spent in lecture
8 Hours spent in laboratory
9 Hours spent in recitation
10 Course description and general comments regarding course
11 Course that may be completed before or while enrolled in this course
12 Course that must be completed prior to enrollment in this course
13 See "University Core Curriculum Requirements" in the Academics section of this catalog.
Top | Undergraduate Course and Subject Guide | UNT Undergraduate Catalog Shortcuts | Additional Undergraduate Literature | Graduate Catalog Shortcuts | Additional Graduate Literature | UNT home