When a course is proposed to be slash-listed for undergraduate and graduate credit, the divisional review committee should ensure that the undergraduate and graduate requirements and instruction are clearly differentiated. Graduate level courses should require a greater degree of analysis, synthesis and evaluation of knowledge or skills than undergraduate courses as well as greater depth and independence. These differences should be reflected in the course syllabus and in the catalog description. Only 400 level courses may be slash-listed with 500 level graduate courses unless there is compelling justification for slash listing other undergraduate course with graduate level.
Cross-listing – Courses may be cross-listed across course symbols (subjects/departments) if they:
Slash-listing – Courses may be slash-listed if they:
Note: The cross listing definition does not allow for different sections of the same course to be cross-listed. Nor does it allow for different courses of the same level to be cross-listed.
Note 2: Exceptions to the cross-list definition are online and E-Army courses. Example, ARH 252 901/909. Online courses have sections numbers of 901-904; E-Army courses have section numbers of 909.
Note: This policy has been vetted through The Office of the University Registrar, Academic Affairs and The Office of Institutional Research.
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