A crosslisted course is the same course offered by multiple academic units as indicated by the course’s subject prefixes. An example of a crosslisted course is BIO/CHEM 441 Bioinformatics Applications.
- are shared by two or more academic units;
- have identical course elements (number, title, description, units, mode of instruction, prerequisites) except the course prefix which reflects the academic department or program;
- are interchangeable for degree requirements;
- cannot be repeated for degree credit under separate prefixes;
- may be scheduled with the same instructor, room, and meeting pattern;
- and may be scheduled with one or both of the course prefixes.
Office of the Registrar, "Course Policies and Guidelines".
Last updated: 7/11/2023