Registration: Course Registration Restrictions
Review the Class Schedule carefully, paying attention to all footnotes. Many courses are restricted by class level or major/minor. Please contact the department regarding numeric footnotes.
You may not enroll in more than one section of a course that does not allow multiple enrollment.
You may not register in courses that overlap in time no matter what that time frame is. Consent of the instructor and/or department cannot override this campus policy.
Students must satisfy course prerequisites listed in the current General Catalog (or their equivalent) prior to beginning a course.
Prerequisites to courses may be enforced (1) by the computer at registration; (2) by the department; and/or (3) by the faculty member teaching the class.
Students with questions on course prerequisites should consult the General Catalog or the appropriate department chair. Students registering for business administration classes should check with the Business Advising Center (BA-448) or the Marketing Department Office (SS-3229) for information concerning enrollment procedures and deadlines.
Computer-Enforced Prerequisites: The registration system will check for the satisfactory completion of the following tests and requirements: EPT (English Placement Test); ELM (Entry-Level Mathematics Examination); GSP (Grammar, Spelling and Punctuation Test); and WPA (Writing Proficiency Assessment) requirement. Completion of these prerequisite tests (or exemptions verified with the Office of the Registrar) is necessary for you to receive any of the courses for which they are a prerequisite. See the Office of Student Testing, Assessment and Research for methods of satisfying writing and mathematics competency requirements.
The registration system will also check for the appropriate major code for those classes with major codes specified in the footnotes.
Courses with computer-enforced prerequisites are identified by a Y footnote in the class listing.
Department-Enforced Prerequisites: Many departments routinely enforce prerequisites listed in the current General Catalog. Students enrolled in these courses should bring proof of completion of prerequisites with them to the first day of class. If you need to verify a course taken at another college or university, you should obtain an official transcript from your previous school.
Courses with proof of prerequisite required are identified by an S footnote in the class listing.
Faculty-Enforced Prerequisites: Faculty members have the authority to enforce prerequisites listed in the current General Catalog, to evaluate equivalent preparation, and to require proof that such prerequisites/preparation have been completed. Faculty may drop students who do not have the prerequisites or equivalent preparation for the course. Not all instructors will use this option. Students are responsible for all courses on their schedule. Students should check their schedules regularly and take necessary action to add or drop during the schedule adjustment period.
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