This list includes for each course the subject abbreviation, catalog number, title, credit hours, class or laboratory hours per week, description, requirements and prerequisites.
If a 4000-level course has a 6000-level counterpart, this is noted in the course description of the 4000-level course.
A cross-referenced course is one that can be taken for credit under different departmental subjects. For example, students can take Herpetology as either BIOL 4680 or WFB 4680. The student should select the desired departmental subject abbreviation in conference with an advisor. The departmental subject abbreviation may be changed only during the period allowed by the University calendar for adding a course.