Did you know that most of the classrooms at SDSU are Smart Classrooms?
numbered 80-99 are non-baccalaureate level and are not acceptable for
a bachelor's degree.
- Courses numbered 100 through 299 are considered lower-division courses
(freshman and sophomore years).
- Courses numbered 300 through 499 are considered upper-division courses
(junior and senior years) and intended for undergraduates.
- Courses numbered 500 through 599 are considered upper-division courses
and are also acceptable for advanced degrees when taken by students
admitted to graduate standing.
- Courses numbered 600 through 799 are graduate courses.
- Courses numbered 800 through 899 are doctoral courses.
- Courses numbered at the 900 level are reserved for graduate courses
in certain professional curricula as part of advanced certificate, credential,
and licensure programs and are specifically intended for students admitted
to the university with post-baccalaureate classified standing. Courses
numbered at the 900 level are not applicable to other graduate programs.
- Courses numbered 397 offered in regular sessions are professional
advancement/training or tutorial/discussion classes that may accompany
other credit courses and are not acceptable towards an undergraduate
or graduate degree.
- Courses numbered X-01 through X-79 and X-397 are professional advancement
units offered only through Extension to meet specific academic needs
of community groups and are not acceptable towards an undergraduate
or graduate degree.
Undergraduate Enrollment in 600-, 700-, and 800-Numbered
- You must obtain permission from the instructor.
- You must be a senior in good standing and have at least a B (3.0)
grade point average.
- Undergraduate enrollments may not cause the exclusion of a qualified
graduate student in a graduate course.
- Undergraduate students must complete a petition for request to enroll.
The petition form is available in the Graduate
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