Registering for Classes

Registration for CPS classes takes place through the University’s online student information system.

Registration Instructions

Learn how to register as a bachelor’s completion or graduate student for a lifetime of learning experiences.

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To register for classes, you must access the University’s online student information system, which can be accessed through the myNortheastern web portal. Registration instructions on the Registrar’s website are located here. If you have questions as you register for CPS classes, please contact Learner Services. A Learner Services representative can help assist with any questions you may have such as course registration, important dates, and deadlines.

Register Now on myNortheastern

If you have a myNortheastern account:

I have been admitted into a CPS program
I have been granted Special Student Status while I complete the rest of my graduate application
I am enrolled in a CPS program, but I haven’t registered for any classes in over a year
I work at Northeastern and I have a myNortheastern faculty/staff account, but I would like to register for classes

If you do not have a myNortheastern account:

I’m interested in registering for an undergraduate-level class or classes without enrolling in a CPS degree program for Personal or Professional Enrichment (PPE)
I’m interested in registering for an undergraduate-level class or classes now and intend to apply for a CPS bachelor’s completion degree program later
I want to take a graduate-level class or classes without enrolling in a degree program, for personal or professional enrichment
I intend to register for a class and have the credits applied towards a degree program at CPS

If you don’t know if you have an account

Newly admitted students will receive information about setting up a MyNortheastern account upon acceptance.

*Students who wish to add a course already in progress should consult with the instructor before adding the course to determine the feasibility of catching up and succeeding in the course.

Search the course catalog for a complete listing of all classes offered through the College of Professional Studies.


Course Formats

We offer a variety of course formats to accommodate your busy schedule. Our courses can be completed online, on-campus, or through a combination of online and face-to-face learning.

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Northeastern University’s College of Professional Studies operates on a semester term structure at the undergraduate level and a quarter term structure at the graduate level.
 
Undergraduate courses are offered in 7.5-week, and 15-week sessions each semester: fall (September and October start dates), spring (January and March start dates), and summer (May and July start dates). Entry terms vary by program.
 
Graduate courses are offered in 6-week and 12-week sessions each term: fall (September and October start dates), winter (January and February start dates), spring (April and May start dates), summer (July and August start dates). Entry terms vary by program.

On-Campus (On-Ground)
Classes meet every week on campus for face-to-face contact with students and instructors.

Online
Lectures, lessons, and exercises are completed online over the course of the term.

Hybrid
Classes combine on-campus and online instruction. The majority of the contact hours are conducted face-to-face. The rest of the instruction is delivered online.

Syllabi

Syllabi for 2021 winter quarter classes and 2021 spring semester classes are coming soon. 

If you have questions about your courses or registration, please contact Learner Services:


Take A Course

Many of our students take classes for personal and professional enrichment, or take one or two classes while applying to a degree program. Learn how you can enroll in a class today!



I AM Here

Enjoy a seamless online attendance verification process at the beginning of every term.

View I Am Here Instructions

As part of the College of Professional Studies’ (CPS) continuous efforts to streamline the student registration and enrollment processes, CPS adopted the University’s online attendance verification process called “I Am Here.” All CPS undergraduate and graduate students who have registered for classes need to complete “I Am Here,” including students taking a class while on co-op, nonmatriculated students, and students taking online classes.

CPS students must complete “I Am Here” for all terms (including half terms and special terms) in which they are registered for classes. CPS “I Am Here” starts at 8:00 am on the first day of classes and runs until the following Sunday (adjusts for holidays).

How to Complete the “I Am Here” Process

When you log into myNortheastern, a box will pop up and prompt you to complete the “I Am Here” process; follow the instructions to complete the process.  You will not be able to proceed to the other services in your myNortheastern account until you complete “I Am Here.”

Confirm your “I Am Here” was successful by viewing your “I Am Here” status on My Schedule via myNortheastern. Be sure to check your status before the deadline.

NOTE: If you do not see the “I Am Here” screen after logging into myNortheastern, then click here.

IMPORTANT: After completing and submitting the form, please print or save a copy of the confirmation page for your records; if there are any issues, proof of your completion will be needed to help you re-enroll in courses.

The Drop Process

If you fail to complete “I Am Here,” your classes will be dropped and you will receive an email informing you as such. Please wait until you receive this email before you attempt to re-register for classes. Once you re-register for classes, the process is complete; you do not need to complete “I Am Here” after this point.

If you will not be taking classes this term, please drop them from your schedule. If you need to contact the college, whether in person or via email, please bring your NUID number with you, or include it in your email. To find your NUID, log in to your myNortheastern account. Your NUID is located in the profile panel below your name. Your NUID is not the number on the front of your Husky Card. 

Please reference the Office of the Registrar website for drop deadlines.

What can I do on myNortheastern?

Please note: The registration process may be different for new students, summer only students, and students who have been absent for over a year, so be sure to review the Registration Instructions.

Students who wish to add a course already in progress are strongly advised to consult with the instructor before adding the course to determine the feasibility of catching up and succeeding in the course.

*Many of our on-campus courses also include an online learning component. Refer to our course schedules for details when you register.

UNDERGRADUATE SEMESTER

  • Spring Full Session: January 19, 2021 (15-week session)
  • Spring First-Half Session: January 19, 2021 (7.5-week session)
  • Spring Second-Half Session: March 8, 2021 (7.5-week session)

GRADUATE QUARTER

  • Winter Full Session: January 19, 2021 (12-week session)
  • Winter First-Half Session: January 19, 2021 (6-week session)
  • Winter Second-Half Session: February 22, 2021 (6-week session)

View Academic Calendars

Prerequisites

Check to see what courses you need to take before enrolling in your desired class.

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CourseTitlePrerequisite and Minimum GradeCorequisite
ACC 2100Financial Accounting MTH 1100 D-   
OR    MTH 1200 D-   
OR    MTH 2100 D- 
 
ACC 2200Managerial Accounting ACC 2100 D- 
ACC 3103Cost Accounting ACC 2200 D-   
OR    ACC 1404 D-
 
ACC 3201Fin Reporting & Analysis 1 ACC 2200 D-   
OR    ACC 1404 D-
 
ACC 3202Fin Reporting & Analysis 2 ACC 3201 D- 
ACC 3410Principles of Taxation ACC 3201 D- 
ACC 4320Financial Statement Analysis( ACC 3202 D-   
OR    ACC 4307 D-)   
AND    FIN 3310 D-   
AND    ACC 3410 D- 
 
ACC 4330Principles of Auditing ACC 3202 D-   
OR    ACC 4307 D-
 
ACC 4410Advanced Taxation ACC 3410 D- 
ACC 4420Advanced Accounting( ACC 3202 D-   
OR    ACC 4307 D-)   
AND    ACC 3410 D-
 
ACC 6230Investigative Acc & Fraud Exam ACC 6210 C-   
AND    ACC 6220 C-
 
ALY 6980Capstone ALY 6080 C- 
ART 2200Comp Graphics/Desktop Publish ART 2000 D- 
ART 3100Visual Foundations: Color ART 2100 D-   
OR    ART 2105 D-
 
ART 3110Electronic Publishing & Design ART 2000 D-   
AND   ( ART 2100 D-   
OR    ART 2105 D-)
 
ART 4100Graphic Communication 1 ART 3100 D-   
AND    ART 3110 D-
 
ART 4110Graphic Communication 2 ART 4100 D- 
ART 4120Advertising Design ART 4110 D- 
 AVM 2400Fundamentals of Inspection ProcessesAVM 1100 
 AVM 3100Nondestructive TestingAVM 2400 
 AVM 4100MechatronicsEET 3100 AND MET 4100 
 AVM 4200Engineering Metrology and MeasurementsAVM 1100, AVM 2400 AND MET 2000  
 AVM 4300Advanced Manufacturing and Additive ProcessAVM 1150 
BIO 1100Principles of Biology 1 BIO 1101
BIO 1101Lab for BIO 1100 BIO 1100
BIO 1200Principles of Biology 2 BIO 1100 D-   
AND    BIO 1101 D-
BIO 1201
BIO 1201Lab for BIO 1200 BIO 1100 D-   
AND    BIO 1101 D-
BIO 1200
BIO 1600Human Anatomy & Physiology 1 BIO 1200 D-   
AND    BIO 1201 D-
BIO 1601
BIO 1601Lab for BIO 1600 BIO 1200 D-   
AND    BIO 1201 D-
BIO 1600
BIO 1700Human Anatomy & Physiology 2 BIO 1600 D-   
AND    BIO 1601 D-
BIO 1701
BIO 1701Lab for BIO 1700 BIO 1600 D-   
AND    BIO 1601 D-
BIO 1700
BIO 2100Microbiology BIO 1200 D-   
AND    BIO 1201 D-
BIO 2101
BIO 2101Lab for BIO 2100 BIO 1200 D-   
AND    BIO 1201 D-
BIO 2100
BIO 2300Cell Biology BIO 1200 D-   
AND    BIO 1201 D-
 
BIO 2500Genetics & Molecular Biology BIO 1200 D-   
AND    BIO 1201 D-
BIO 2501
BIO 2501Lab for BIO 2500 BIO 1200 D-   
AND    BIO 1201 D-
BIO 2500
BIO 3100Biochemistry BIO 1200 D-   
AND    BIO 1201 D-
BIO 3101
BIO 3101Lab for BIO 3100 BIO 1200 D-   
AND    BIO 1201 D-
BIO 3100
BIO 4215Human Parasitology BIO 1200 D-   
AND    BIO 1201 D-
 
BIO 4850Biological Sciences Sr Project BIO 2300 D-   
AND    BIO 2500 D-
 
BTC 1300Introduction to Biotechnology BIO 1200 D-   
AND    BIO 1201 D-
 
BTC 3300Biomaterials BIO 1200 D-   
AND    BIO 1201 D-
 
BTC 4200Genomics and Proteomics BTC 1300 D-   
AND    BIO 2500 D-
 
BTC 4300Biotech/Pharmaceutical Process BTC 1300 D-   
AND    BIO 2300 D-
 
BTC 4450Quality Cntrl/Validatn Issues BTC 1300 D-   
AND   ( MTH 2300 D-   
OR    MTH 2310 D-   
OR    MTH 3300 D-)
 
BTC 4850Biotechnology Senior Project BIO 2300 D-   
AND    BIO 2500 D-
 
BTC 6211Validatn & Auditing Clin Trial RGA 6210 C- 
BTC 6213Clinical Trial Dsgn Optimizatn RGA 6100 C-   
OR    RGA 6201 C-
 
CED 6040Applied Econometrics CED 6030 C- 
CED 6910Capstone: Master’s Project CED 6010 C-   
AND    CED 6020 C-   
AND    CED 6030 C-   
AND    CED 6040 C-
 
CET 2100Essentials of Computer Org GET 1100 D-    
OR    ITC 1200 D- 
 
CET 2200Data Structures & Algorithms GET 2100 D-   
OR    ITC 2100 D-
 
CET 2300Object-Oriented Programming CET 2200 D- 
CET 3000Computer Operating Systems CET 2100 D-   
AND    CET 2200 D-
 
CET 3100Networking & Comm Tech CET 2100 D-   
AND    CET 2200 D-
 
CET 4200Reconfigurable Computing CET 2100 D-   
AND    EET 3300 D-
 
CET 4210Robotics CET 2100 D-   
AND    EET 3100 D-   
AND    EET 3300 D-
 
CET 4220Embedded Systems CET 2100 D-   
AND    EET 3300 D-
 
CET 4230Computer and Network Security CET 3100 D- 
CET 4240Software Engineering( CET 2200 D-   
OR    ITC 2100 D-)   
AND    CET 2300 D-
 
CET 4250Compilers CET 2100 D-   
AND    CET 2200 D-
 
CHM 1100General Chemistry 1 CHM 1101
CHM 1101Lab for CHM 1100 CHM 1100
CHM 1200General Chemistry 2 CHM 1100 D-   
AND    CHM 1101 D-
CHM 1201
CHM 1201Lab for CHM 1200 CHM 1100 D-   
AND    CHM 1101 D-
CHM 1200
CHM 2110Organic Chemistry 1 CHM 1200 D-   
AND    CHM 1201 D-
CHM 2111
CHM 2111Lab for CHM 2110 CHM 1200 D-   
AND    CHM 1201 D-
CHM 2110
CHM 2200Organic Chemistry 2 CHM 2110 D-   
AND    CHM 2111 D-
CHM 2201
CHM 2201Lab for CHM 2200 CHM 2110 D-   
AND    CHM 2111 D-
CHM 2200
CHM 2300Analytical Chemistry CHM 1200 D-   
AND    CHM 1201 D-
CHM 2301
CHM 2301Lab for CHM 2300 CHM 1200 D-   
AND    CHM 1201 D-
CHM 2300
CMN 2310Professional Speaking ENG 1103 D-   
OR    ENG 1105 D-
 
CMN 3100Negotiation CMN 1100 D-   
OR    CMN 1103 D-   
OR    CMN 2210 D-
 
CMN 3220P Relations Basics & Practice CMN 1100 D-   
OR    CMN 1103 D-   
OR    CMN 2210 D-
 
CMN 3330Digital Comm & Organizations CMN 1100 D-   
OR    CMN 1103 D-   
OR    CMN 2210 D-
 
CMN 3340Gender & Communication CMN 1100 D-   
OR    CMN 1103 D-   
OR    CMN 2210 D-
 
CMN 3350Intercultural Communication CMN 1100 D-   
OR    CMN 1103 D-   
OR    CMN 2210 D-
 
CMN 3360Crisis Communication( CMN 1100 D-   
OR    CMN 1103 D-   
OR    CMN 2210 D-)   
AND    CMN 2310 D-
 
CMN 3400Adv Organizational Comm CMN 1100 D-   
OR    CMN 1103 D-   
OR    CMN 2210 D-
 
CMN 4220Org Comm Measure & Assess CMN 3400 D-   
AND   ( MTH 2300 D-   
OR    MTH 2310 D-   
OR    MTH 3300 D-)
 
CMN 4850Capstone in Prof Comm CMN 4220 D- 
CMN 6000Intro to Org Communication INT 6000
CMN 6010Strategic Communication Mgmt CMN 6000 C- 
CMN 6045Leveraging Digital Technology CMN 6015 C-   
OR    CMN 6025 C-
 
CMN 6065Implement Mgmt Media Channels CMN 6045 C- 
CMN 6090Org Culture, Climate, & Comm CMN 6010 C- 
CMN 6100Comm Networks & Managing Info CMN 6010 C- 
CMN 6910Organizational Cmn Assessmnt CMN 6010 C-   
AND    CMN 6100 C-
 
DGM 6122Fndtns of Digital Storytelling DGM 6105 C-   
OR    DGM 6108 C-
 
DGM 6125Time-Based Media DGM 6122 C- 
DGM 6217Typography for Interactivity DGM 6105 C- 
DGM 6268Usable Design – Mobile Dig Med DGM 6168 C- 
DGM 6290Social Media/Brand Implement DGM 6285 C- 
DGM 6300Digital Capture and Output DGM 6105 C- 
DGM 6302Work Flow in Digital Imaging DGM 6300 C-   
OR    DGM 6305 C-
 
DGM 6307Crtve Apprchs: Still Dgtl Img DGM 6302 C- 
DGM 6308Intermediate Prog For Dig Med DGM 6108 C-
AND DGM 6501 C-
 
DGM 6322Advanced Digital Storytelling DGM 6122 C- 
DGM 6400Game Design Fundamentals DGM 6108 C-  
DGM 6405Game Development DGM 6400 C-   
AND    DGM 6508 C- 
 
DGM 6408Game Dsgn Algorithms and Data DGM 6405 C-   
AND    DGM 6308 C-
 
DGM 6410Game Design Tech Lab DGM 6405 C- 
DGM 6435Digital Video Production DGM 6122 C-    
AND    DGM 6506 C- 
 
DGM 6440Editing in the Digital Studio DGM 6435 C- 
DGM 6450Animation Basics DGM 6105 C- 
DGM 6451Web Development DGM 6108 C-   
AND    DGM 6511 C-
 
DGM 6456Media Content Delivery DGM 6435 C-   
OR    DGM 6461 C-
 
DGM 6461Interactive Info Design 1 DGM 6168 C-   
OR    TCC 6110 C-
 
DGM 6463Interactive Info Design 2 DGM 6461 C-   
AND    DGM 6217 C-
 
DGM 6471Designing Infographics DGM 6461 C- 
DGM 6508Game Development Intensive DGM 6108 C- 
DGM 65103-D Modeling DGM 6505 C-    
AND    DGM 6450 C-
 
DGM 6511Web Creation Bootcamp 2 DGM 6501 C- 
DGM 6514HTML5 Workshop DGM 6511 C- 
DGM 6518Game Programming Intensive 1 DGM 6308 C-   
OR    DGM 6405 C-
 
DGM 6519Game Programming Intensive 2 DGM 6518 C- 
DGM 6520Lighting for the Camera DGM 6506 C-  
DGM 6530Character Animation DGM 6450 C-   
AND    DGM 6510 C-
 
DGM 6531Rigging Workshop DGM 6108 C-   
AND    DGM 6530 C- 
 
DGM 6532Rigging Workshop 2 DGM 6531 C- 
DGM 6535Rigging Principles/Techniques DGM 6530 C- 
DGM 6540Compositing( DGM 6515 C-    
AND    DGM 6530 C-)   
OR    DGM 6440 C-
 
DGM 6545Documentary/Nonfiction Prod DGM 6430 C-   
OR    DGM 6440 C-
 
DGM 6880Portfolio DGM 6461 C-    
OR    DGM 6440 C-
 
DGM 6882Animation Reel DGM 6540 C- 
DGM 6980Capstone DGM 6307 C- 
DGM 7980Capstone DGM 6440 C-   
OR    DGM 6461 C-
 
ECN 2350Comparative Economic Systems ECN 1200 D-   
OR    ECN 1050 D-   
OR    ECN 3118 D-
 
EDU 1031Inclusion, Equity & Diversity EDU 1101 D- 
EDU 2004Learning and Accompl Practice EDU 1101 D- 
EDU 3405Inqry in Humanities & Soc Sci EDU 2004 D- 
EDU 3414Literacy Devlpmt & Instruction EDU 2004 D- 
EDU 3415ELL in General Education EDU 3400 D-    
AND    EDU 3405 D- 
 
EDU 6054Emerging Trends in Education EDU 6050 C-  
EDU 6064Curriculum and Assessment EDU 6104 C-    
AND    EDU 6107 C- 
 
EDU 6086Foundations of Literacy EDU 6104 C-    
AND    EDU 6107 C- 
 
EDU 6122Teaching the Language Arts EDU 6104 C-    
AND    EDU 6107 C- 
 
EDU 6124Teaching History & Soc Studies EDU 6104 C-    
AND    EDU 6107 C- 
 
EDU 6127Teaching Science EDU 6104 C-    
AND    EDU 6107 C- 
 
EDU 6129Teaching Math EDU 6104 C-    
AND    EDU 6107 C- 
 
EDU 6130Teaching Spanish EDU 6104 C-    
AND    EDU 6107 C- 
 
EDU 6154Inq in Sciences & Humanities EDU 6104 C-    
AND    EDU 6107 C- 
 
EDU 6155Inquiry in Mathematics EDU 6104 C-    
AND    EDU 6107 C- 
 
EDU 6162Lang, Culture & Literacy Mid/H EDU 6104 C-    
AND    EDU 6107 C- 
 
EDU 6172Create Effective Lnr Environmt EDU 6170 C- 
EDU 6174Strats for Effective Instructn EDU 6172 C- 
EDU 6201Landscape of Higher Education EDU 6050 C-  
EDU 6202Faculty/Curric/Academic Comm EDU 6051 C-  
EDU 6203Educatn Law/Policy/Finance EDU 6051 C- 
EDU 6221Enrollmnt/Retentn/Grad/Success EDU 6050 C- 
EDU 6308Design & Manage ESL/EFL Class EDU 6302 C- 
EDU 6319How People Learn EDU 6050 C-  
EDU 6321Models for Learning Design EDU 6051 C-    
AND    EDU 6319 C-
 
EDU 6322Design of Learning Experiences EDU 6051 C- 
EDU 6323Technology Medium for Learning EDU 6051 C- 
EDU 6324Assessment/Learning Analytics EDU 6051 C- 
EDU 6328Policy and Leadership EDU 6050 C- 
EDU 6329Connecting Theory and Practice EDU 6050 C-   
AND    EDU 6321 C-
 
EDU 6330Digital Media Literacy EDU 6050 C-  
EDU 6331E-Learning Design Collab Prof EDU 6050 C- 
EDU 6332Open Learning EDU 6050 C- 
EDU 6342Data Prep Learning Analytics EDU 6341 C- 
EDU 6447The Demographics of Higher Ed EDU 6051 C- 
EDU 6465Critical and Creative Thinking EDU 6050 C-  
EDU 6520Learning & Brain: Rsrch/Pract EDU 6050 C-  
EDU 6641Excellence in Schools 2 EDU 6640 C- 
EDU 6642Excellence in Schools 3 EDU 6641 C- 
EDU 6657Accountability in Public Ed 2 EDU 6656 C- 
EDU 6866Teaching Practicum & Sem EDU 6104 C- 
EDU 6980Interdisciplinary Capstone EDU 6183 C- 
EDU 7202Transforming Human Systems EDU 7209 C-  
EDU 7204Global & Historcl Perspect HE EDU 7209 C- 
EDU 7205Research Processes EDU 7208 C- 
EDU 7210Leadership Theory and Research EDU 7209 C- 
EDU 7214Learning and Human Development EDU 7209 C- 
EDU 7215Qual & Quant Research Data EDU 7205 C- 
EDU 7280Fundamentals of Research EDU 7202 C-   
AND    EDU 7209 C-   
AND    EDU 7210 C-   
AND    EDU 7214 C-
 
EDU 7281Research Design EDU 7280 C- 
EDU 7282Quantitative Research EDU 7205 C-   
OR    EDU 7208 C-   
OR    EDU 7281 C-
 
EDU 7283Qualitative Research EDU 7205 C-   
OR    EDU 7208 C-   
OR    EDU 7281 C-
 
EDU 8791Doctoral Thesis Continuation EDU 8790 C- 
EDU 8792Doctoral Thesis Continuation EDU 8791 C- 
EDU 8796Thesis Proposal/Review Board EDU 7280 C-   
AND    EDU 7281 C-   
AND    EDU 7283 C-
 
EDU 8797Thesis Data Collect/Management EDU 8796 C- 
EDU 8798Thesis Data & Presentation EDU 8797 C- 
EDU 8799Thesis Findings & Discussion EDU 8798 C- 
EET 2000Circuits 1 MTH 2105 D-   
AND    PHY 2200 D-    
AND    PHY 2201 D- 
EET 2001
EET 2001Lab for EET 2000 MTH 2105 D-   
AND    PHY 2200 D-    
AND    PHY 2201 D- 
EET 2000
EET 2100Circuits 2 EET 2000 D-   
AND    EET 2001 D-   
AND    GET 1150 D-   
AND    GET 2100 D-
EET 2101
EET 2101Lab for EET 2100 EET 2000 D-   
AND    EET 2001 D-   
AND    GET 1150 D-   
AND    GET 2100 D-
EET 2100
EET 3100Electronics 1 EET 2100 D-   
AND    EET 2101 D-
EET 3101
EET 3101Lab for EET 3100 EET 2100 D-   
AND    EET 2101 D-
EET 3100
EET 3200Electronics 2 EET 3100 D-   
AND    EET 3101 D-
EET 3201
EET 3201Lab for EET 3200 EET 3100 D-   
AND    EET 3101 D-
EET 3200
EET 3300Digital Logic EET 2100 D-   
AND    EET 2101 D-
EET 3301
EET 3301Lab for EET 3300 EET 2100 D-   
AND    EET 2101 D-
EET 3300
EET 3400Digital Electronics EET 3300 D-   
AND    EET 3301 D-
EET 3401
EET 3401Lab for EET 3400 EET 3300 D-   
AND    EET 3301 D-
EET 3400
EET 3750Linear Systems EET 2100 D-   
AND    EET 2101 D-   
AND    MTH 3200 D-
 
EET 3800Control Systems EET 3750 D- 
EET 4100Power Systems EET 3100 D-   
AND    EET 3101 D-   
AND    EET 3750 D-
 
EET 4110Electromagnetics EET 2100 D-   
AND    EET 2101 D-
 
EET 4120Digital Signal Processing EET 3750 D- 
EET 4130Electrical Machines EET 3750 D-   
AND    EET 4110 D-
 
EET 4140Communication Systems EET 3750 D-   
AND    EET 4110 D-
 
ENG 1103College Wrtg 1-Nonnative Spkrs ENG 1104
ENG 1104Lab for ENG 1103 ENG 1103
ENG 1105College Writing 1 ENG 1106
ENG 1106Lab for ENG 1105 ENG 1105
ENG 1107College Writing 2 ENG 1103 C   
OR    ENG 1105 C
ENG 1108
ENG 1108Lab for ENG 1107 ENG 1104 C   
OR    ENG 1106 C
ENG 1107
ENG 2105Writing Workshop ENG 1107 CENG 2106
ENG 2106Lab for ENG 2105 ENG 2105
ENG 2230English Literature 1 ENG 1103 C   
OR    ENG 1105 C
 
ENG 2231English Literature 2 ENG 2230 D- 
ENG 2450American Literature 1 ENG 1103 C   
OR    ENG 1105 C
 
ENG 2451American Literature 2 ENG 2450 D- 
ENG 3105Writing for Prof – Sci & Engr( ENG 1103 C   
AND    ENG 1104 S)   
OR   ( ENG 1105 C   
AND    ENG 1106 S)
ENG 3106
ENG 3106Lab for ENG 3105 ENG 3105
ENG 3107Writing for Prof – Bus & Soc S ENG 1107 C   
AND    ENG 1108 S
ENG 3108
ENG 3108Lab for ENG 3107 ENG 3107
ENG 3210Writing for Young Readers ENG 1107 D- 
ENG 3220Wtriting Poetry ENG 1107 D- 
ENG 3230Writing Fiction ENG 1107 D- 
ENG 3240Writing Nonfiction ENG 1107 D- 
ENG 3260Writing to Inform & Persuade ENG 1107 D- 
ENG 3300Literature & Business Leadrshp ENG 1103 D-   
OR    ENG 1105 D-
 
ENG 3310Literature Technlgy & Culture ENG 1103 D-   
OR    ENG 1105 D-
 
ENG 3440Western World Literature ENG 2231 D-   
OR    ENG 2451 D-
 
ENG 4210Writing for Publication ENG 3105 D-   
OR    ENG 3107 D-
 
ENG 4455Topics in Shakespeare ENG 1107 D- 
ESC 2100Planetary Science ESC 1050 D-   
OR    ESC 1100 D-   
OR    ESC 1150 D-   
OR    ESC 1200 D-
 
ESC 2200Natural Disasters ESC 1050 D-   
OR    ESC 1100 D-   
OR    ESC 1150 D-   
OR    ESC 1200 D-
 
ESC 3100Intro Geographical Info Sys ESC 1050 D-   
OR    ESC 1100 D-   
OR    ESC 1150 D-   
OR    ESC 1200 D-
 
ESC 3200Wetlands Ecosystems BIO 1200 D-   
AND    CHM 1200 D-   
AND    ESC 1200 D-
 
ESC 3210Air, Water and Life: Pollution BIO 1200 D-   
AND    CHM 1200 D-   
AND   ( ESC 1150 D-   
OR    ESC 1200 D-)
 
ESC 3220Water on and Underground BIO 1200 D-   
AND    CHM 1200 D-   
AND   ( ESC 1050 D-   
OR    ESC 1100 D-)
 
ESC 3230Soils and Sustainability BIO 1200 D-   
AND    CHM 1200 D-   
AND   ( ESC 1050 D-   
OR    ESC 1100 D-)
 
ESC 3240Energy: Sources and Issues BIO 1200 D-   
AND    CHM 1200 D-
 
ESC 3250Urban Ecology BIO 1200 D-   
AND    CHM 1200 D-   
AND   ( ESC 1050 D-   
OR    ESC 1100 D-   
OR    ESC 1200 D-)
 
ESC 4850Environ Assessmnt/Remediation ESC 3200 D-   
OR    ESC 3210 D-   
OR    ESC 3220 D-   
OR    ESC 3230 D-   
OR    ESC 3250 D-
 
ETC 5211Oracle Fundamentals 2 ETC 3343 D- 
ETC 5217Oracle Performance Tuning ETC 5211 C- 
FIN 2105Intro to Corporate Finance ACC 2100 D-   
AND   ( ECN 1200 D-   
OR    ECN 1050 D-)
 
FIN 3310Financial Institutions & Mkts FIN 2105 D- 
FIN 3330Risk Management & Insurance FIN 2105 D- 
FIN 3340Investments FIN 3310 D- 
FIN 4220Working Capital Management FIN 2105 D- 
FIN 4230International Finance FIN 3310 D- 
FIN 4240Personal Financial Planning FIN 3330 D-   
AND    FIN 3340 D-
 
FIN 4250Real Estate Finance FIN 3310 D- 
GET 2100Computer Engr Program & Analys( MTH 2100 D-   
OR    MTH 2105 D-   
OR    MTH 2110 D-   
OR    MTH 2400 D-)   
AND    GET 1100 D- 
 
GET 2200Engineering Economy MTH 2100 D-   
OR    MTH 2105 D-   
OR    MTH 2110 D-
 
GET 4840Capstone Project Prep/Proposal GET 2200 D-   
AND    ENG 3105 C   
AND    ENG 3106 S
 
GET 4850Capstone Project Execution GET 4840 D- 
GIS 5102Fund of GIS Analysis GIS 5101 C-  
GIS 5201Advanced Spatial Analysis GIS 5102 C-  
GIS 6320Free and Open-Source GIS GIS 5102 C-   
AND    GIS 5201 C- 
 
GIS 6340GIS Customization GIS 5101 C- 
GIS 6350GIS Mgmt & Implementation GIS 5101 C- 
GIS 6360Spatial Databases GIS 5101 C-   
AND    GIS 5102 C-
 
GIS 6370Internet-Based GIS GIS 5101 C- 
GIS 6380GPS and GIS Integration GIS 5101 C- 
GIS 6385GIS/Cartography GIS 5101 C-   
AND    GIS 5102 C-
 
GIS 6390Business Applications of GIS GIS 5101 C-   
AND    GIS 5102 C-
 
GIS 6391Healthcare Apps of GIS GIS 5101 C-   
AND    GIS 5102 C-
 
GIS 6395Geospatial Analysis of Crime GIS 5201 C- 
GIS 6396GIS for Defense, HS, Emergency GIS 5101 C-   
AND    GIS 5102 C-
 
GIS 6980Capstone GIS 5101 C-   
AND    GIS 5102 C-   
AND    GIS 5201 C-   
AND    RMS 5105 C-
 
GST 6501Regional Studies: East Asia GST 6100 C-  
GST 6502Regional Studies: Middle East GST 6100 C-  
GST 6503Reg Studies: Sub-Saharn Africa GST 6100 C-  
GST 6504Regional Studies: Europe GST 6100 C-  
GST 6505Reg Studies: SW & Central Asia GST 6100 C-  
GST 6506Reg Studies: Latin America GST 6100 C-  
GST 6600The Practice of Diplomacy GST 6100 C- 
GST 6920Case Study in Global Studies GST 6100 C-   
AND    GST 6101 C-   
AND    GST 6109 C-   
AND    GST 6320 C-   
AND   ( GST 6501 C-   
OR    GST 6502 C-   
OR    GST 6503 C-   
OR    GST 6504 C-   
OR    GST 6505 C-   
OR    GST 6506 C-)
 
HLS 6035Adv Intelligence for HLS HLS 6030 C- 
HLS 6110Maritime and Port Security 2 HLS 6100 C- 
HLS 6130Aviation Security 2 HLS 6120 C- 
HLS 6140Port Security Capstone HLS 6110 C-   
AND    HLS 6130 C-
 
HLS 7010Domestic Emerg Practicum 2 HLS 7000 S  
HLS 7020Domestic Emerg Practicum 3 HLS 7010 S  
HLS 7030Domestic Emerg Practicum 4 HLS 7020 S  
HLS 7040Domestic Emerg Practicum 5 HLS 7030 S  
HMG 2100Healthcare Operations HMG 1100 D-   
OR    MGT 1100 D-
 
HMG 2110Health Law and Regulation HMG 1100 D-   
OR    MGT 1100 D-
 
HMG 3210Health Informatics HMG 1100 D-   
OR    MGT 1100 D-
 
HMG 3220Risk Mgmt & Quality Assurance HMG 2100 D- 
HMG 3225Public Health HMG 1100 D-   
OR    MGT 1100 D-
 
HMG 4210Healthcare Policy HMG 3225 D-   
OR    HSV 3300 D-
 
HMG 4850Healthcare Management Capstone HMG 4210 D- 
HMG 4994Internship HMG 3220 D- 
HRM 2320Human Resources Management MGT 1100 D-   
OR    HMG 1100 D-
 
HSC 3300Epidemiology MTH 2300 D-   
OR    MTH 2310 D-   
OR    MTH 3300 D-
 
HSC 3310Pathophysiology BIO 1200 D-   
AND    BIO 1201 D-
 
HSC 3320Pharmacology CHM 1200 D-   
AND    CHM 1201 D-
 
HSC 4850Project in Health Science HSC 3300 D- 
HSV 2200Intro to Clinical Practice HSV 1100 D-   
OR    PSY 1100 D-   
OR   ( PSY 1010 D-   
AND    PSY 1210 D-)   
OR   ( PSY 1010 D-   
AND    PSY 1410 D-)   
OR   ( PSY 1210 D-   
AND    PSY 1410 D-)
 
HSV 2240Human Behavior in Socl Environ HSV 1100 D-   
OR    PSY 1100 D-   
OR    SOC 1100 D-   
OR   ( PSY 1010 D-   
AND    PSY 1210 D-)   
OR   ( PSY 1010 D-   
AND    PSY 1410 D-)   
OR   ( PSY 1210 D-   
AND    PSY 1410 D-)
 
HSV 3200Tech in Indiv & Group Counselg HSV 2200 D- 
HSV 3220HS Org/Opprtunities/Challenges HSV 1100 D- 
HSV 3300Social Welfare/Policy/Services HSV 1100 D-   
OR    PSY 1100 D-   
OR    SOC 1100 D-   
OR   ( PSY 1010 D-   
AND    PSY 1210 D-)   
OR   ( PSY 1010 D-   
AND    PSY 1410 D-)   
OR   ( PSY 1210 D-   
AND    PSY 1410 D-)
 
HSV 3350Research Methods in HSV HSV 1100 D-   
AND   ( MTH 2300 D-   
OR    MTH 2310 D-   
OR    MTH 3300 D-)
 
HSV 3400Volunteer Practicum HSV 3300 D- 
HSV 4850Human Services Capstone HSV 3400 D- 
HSV 6162EAP Services HSV 6160 C- 
HSV 6163Clinicl Components of EAP Svcs HSV 6160 C- 
HSV 6164International EAPs HSV 6160 C- 
HSV 6165Addictions in the Workplace HSV 6160 C- 
HSV 6610Quant & Qual Evaluatn of EAPs HSV 6160 C- 
HSV 6620EAP Accreditation/Quality Mgmt HSV 6160 C- 
HSV 6980Capstone HSV 6100 C-   
AND    HSV 6110 C-   
AND    HSV 6120 C-   
AND    HSV 6630 C-   
AND    HSV 6640 C-   
AND    HSV 6160 C-
 
INT 6000Writing Lab CMN 6000
INT 6920Internship Reflection COP 6940 C- 
ITC 2100Intro to Programming (Java) MTH 2100 D-   
OR    MTH 2105 D-   
OR    MTH 2110 D-   
OR    MTH 2400 D-
 
ITC 2200Networking Foundations ITC 1200 D-   
AND    ITC 2000 D-
 
ITC 2300Database Management Systems ITC 2000 D- 
ITC 2430E-Commerce Systems MGT 1100 D- 
ITC 3100Adv Applications Development ITC 2100 D-   
OR    GET 2100 D-   
OR    CET 2200 D-
 
ITC 3150DB Websites with PHP/MySQL ITC 2300 D-   
AND    ITC 2400 D-
 
ITC 3220Mobile & Wireless Networking ITC 2200 D- 
ITC 3250UNIX Systems Administration ITC 1200 D- 
ITC 3300Structured Query Lang (SQL) ITC 2300 D- 
ITC 3320Data Warehousing Technologies ITC 2300 D- 
ITC 3400Web Design and Multimedia ITC 2400 D- 
ITC 4200Network Security ITC 2200 D- 
ITC 4210Web Server Administration ITC 3250 D- 
ITC 4260Database Administration ITC 3300 D- 
ITC 4500IT Project Management ITC 2100 D-   
AND    ITC 2200 D-   
AND    ITC 2300 D-   
AND    ITC 2400 D-
 
ITC 4600Information Security Mgmt ITC 2200 D-   
AND    ITC 2300 D-
 
ITC 4650Compliance/Risk Issues in IT ITC 4600 D- 
ITC 4840Preparation for IT Project ITC 4500 D-  
ITC 4850Information Tech Project ITC 4840 D- 
ITC 6015Enterprise Info Architecture ITC 6000 C- 
ITC 6040Informatics Capstone ITC 6000 C-   
AND    ITC 6010 C-   
AND    ITC 6020 C-   
AND    ITC 6035 C-     
AND    ITC 6045 C-   
AND    ITC 6300 C-
AND    ITC 6345 C-
 
ITC 6302Introduction to the Mainframe ITC 6301 C- 
ITC 6335Data Warehousing & Mining ITC 6000 C- 
ITC 6511Tech Leadership & Evaluation 2 ITC 6510 C- 
ITC 6512New Digital Tech – Imprv Teach ITC 6510 C- 
LDR 3200Leading & Managing Change LDR 1200 D-   
OR    CMN 2210 D-   
OR    HRM 2350 D-   
OR    LDR 1203 D-   
OR    LDR 1501 D-   
OR    MGT 2100 D-   
OR    MGT 2310 D-
 
LDR 3250Leading Teams Local & Virtual LDR 1200 D-   
OR    CMN 2210 D-   
OR    HRM 2350 D-   
OR    LDR 1203 D-   
OR    LDR 1501 D-   
OR    MGT 2100 D-   
OR    MGT 2310 D-
 
LDR 3400EvidenceBased Ldrshp/Decsn Mkg( LDR 1200 D-   
OR    CMN 2210 D-   
OR    HRM 2350 D-   
OR    LDR 1203 D-   
OR    LDR 1501 D-)   
AND   ( MTH 2300 D-   
OR    MTH 2310 D-   
OR    MTH 3300 D-)
 
LDR 4850Strategic Decision Making LDR 3400 D- 
LDR 6120Organizational Leadership LDR 6100 C- 
LDR 6125Managing Organization Culture LDR 6100 C- 
LDR 6140Strategic Leadership LDR 6100 C-   
AND    LDR 6120 C-
 
LDR 6150Transforming Organizations LDR 6100 C-   
AND    LDR 6110 C-
 
LDR 7980Capstone LDR 6100 C-   
AND    LDR 6120 C-   
AND    LDR 6140 C-
 
LNG 6507Dev Art Mat for Language Class LNG 6506 C-   
OR    LNG 0906 D-
 
LWP 6102Microecon, Stats & Methods LWP 6100 C-   
AND    LWP 6101 C-
 
LWP 6103Theory, Inter-Branch Law & Pol LWP 6100 C-   
AND    LWP 6101 C-
 
LWP 6108Law, Policy, Theory LWP 6102 C-   
AND    LWP 6103 C-
 
LWP 6110Theory, Law, and Policy LWP 6108 C- 
LWP 6111Adv Economics, Stats & Methods LWP 6200 C- 
LWP 6112Negotiation Skills: Law & Pol LWP 6111 C- 
LWP 6113Leadership, Media, Narrative LWP 6110 C- 
LWP 6114Knowledge Creation Competency LWP 6113 C- 
LWP 6116Capstone L & P Doctorate LWP 6114 C- 
LWP 6119Current Law and Policy Debates LWP 6118 C- 
LWP 6121Law and Legal Reasoning 2 LWP 6120 C- 
LWP 6122Law and Legal Reasoning 3 LWP 6121 C- 
LWP 6123Law and Legal Reasoning 4 LWP 6122 C- 
LWP 6200Microecon, Stats & Methods 2 LWP 6102 C-   
AND    LWP 6103 C-
 
LWP 6401Law and Policy Concepts 1 LWP 6121 C- 
LWP 6402Law and Policy Concepts 2 LWP 6401 C- 
LWP 6403Law and Policy Concepts 3 LWP 6402 C- 
LWP 6405Law/Policy Strategy/Concepts 4 LWP 6403 C- 
LWP 6411Econ for Policy Analysis 2 LWP 6410 C- 
LWP 6413Law, Economics, and Beyond 2 LWP 6412 C- 
LWP 6421Quantitative Methods 2 LWP 6420 C- 
LWP 6422Quantitative Methods 3 LWP 6421 C- 
LWP 6424Research Methods LWP 6423 C- 
LWP 6425Methods & Theory Appl Research LWP 6424 C- 
LWP 6451Pub Pol Theory & Practice 2 LWP 6450 C- 
LWP 6452Pub Pol Theory & Practice 3 LWP 6451 C- 
LWP 6501Doctoral Research Design 2 LWP 6500 C- 
LWP 6502Doctoral Research Design 3 LWP 6501 C- 
LWP 6503Doctoral Research Design 4 LWP 6502 C- 
LWP 7990Thesis LWP 6102 C-   
AND    LWP 6103 C-
 
MET 2000Engr CAD/Tolerance Analysis GET 1150 D- 
MET 2020Comp Solid Modlg/Vrtl Simulatn MET 2000 D- 
MET 2040Engineering Manufacturing Proc MET 2020 D-   
AND   (( CHM 1100 D-    
AND    CHM 1101 D- )   
OR   ( BIO 1100 D-    
AND    BIO 1101 D- ))
 
MET 2100Mechanics 1: Statics PHY 2100 D-    
AND    PHY 2101 D-    
AND   ( MTH 2100 D-   
OR    MTH 2105 D-   
OR    MTH 2110 D-)
 
MET 2200Mechanics 2: Dynamics MET 2100 D-   
AND    MTH 2105 D-   
AND    PHY 2200 D-   
AND    PHY 2201 D-   
AND    GET 2100 D-
 
MET 3100Engineering Stress Analysis MET 2200 D-MET 3101
MET 3101Lab for MET 3100 MET 2200 D-MET 3100
MET 3200Fluid Mechanics MET 2200 D-   
AND   ( MTH 2105 D-   
OR    MTH 2110 D-)
MET 3201
MET 3201Lab for MET 3200 MET 2200 D-MET 3200
MET 3300Engineering Materials Science MET 3100 D-   
AND    MET 3101 D-   
AND    MET 2040 D-
MET 3301
MET 3301Lab for MET 3300 MET 3100 D-   
AND    MET 3101 D-   
AND    MET 2040 D-
MET 3300
MET 3400Engineering Thermodynamics MET 3200 D-    
AND    MET 3201 D- 
MET 3401
MET 3401Lab for MET 3400 MET 3200 D-    
AND    MET 3201 D- 
MET 3400
MET 3500Thry Engr Measure/Data Analys EET 2000 D-   
AND    EET 2001 D-   
AND    MET 3400 D-   
AND    MET 3401 D-
MET 3501
MET 3501Lab for MET 3500 MET 3400 D-   
AND    MET 3401 D-
MET 3500
MET 3600Heat Transfer Engineering MET 3400 D-   
AND    MET 3401 D-
MET 3601
MET 3601Lab for MET 3600 MET 3400 D-   
AND    MET 3401 D-
MET 3600
MET 4100Mechanical Engr Sys Design MET 3300 D-   
AND    MET 3301 D-   
AND    MET 3500 D-   
AND    MET 3501 D-   
AND    MET 3600 D-   
AND    MET 3601 D-
 
MET 4200Thermal Engineering Systems MET 3300 D-   
AND    MET 3301 D-   
AND    MET 3500 D-   
AND    MET 3501 D-   
AND    MET 3600 D-   
AND    MET 3601 D-
 
MET 4300Alterntve/Renewble Energy Tech MET 4100 D-    
OR    MET 4200 D- 
 
MET 4310Power Plant Engr & Technology MET 4100 D-    
OR    MET 4200 D- 
 
MET 4320Lean/Green Mfg & Rapid Proto MET 4100 D-    
OR    MET 4200 D- 
 
MET 4330Nanotech & Nanomatl Mfg MET 4100 D-    
OR    MET 4200 D- 
 
MET 4340Biomatl & Biomech Mfg Tech MET 4100 D-    
OR    MET 4200 D- 
 
MET 4350Biotransport Processes Tech MET 4100 D-    
OR    MET 4200 D- 
 
MET 4360Biomed Sensing & Instrumentatn MET 4100 D-    
OR    MET 4200 D- 
 
MET 4410Modern HVAC Tech & Design MET 4100 D-    
OR    MET 4200 D- 
 
MET 4420Industrial Automation & Cntrl MET 4100 D-    
OR    MET 4200 D- 
 
MET 4430Mod Vehicle Engine Tech/Dsgn MET 4100 D-    
OR    MET 4200 D- 
 
MET 4440Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Tech MET 4100 D-    
OR    MET 4200 D- 
 
MET 4450ISO Industrial Stndrds/Certif MET 4100 D-    
OR    MET 4200 D- 
 
MGT 2100Principles of Management MGT 1100 D-   
OR    CMN 1100 D-   
OR    CMN 1103 D-   
OR    CMN 2210 D-   
OR    HMG 1100 D-
 
MGT 2210Information within Enterprise ITC 1000 D-   
OR    ITC 2016 D-
 
MGT 2220Supply Chain Management MGT 1100 D- 
MGT 2310Organizational Behavior HMG 1100 D-   
OR    MGT 1100 D-
 
MGT 2820Operations Management MGT 1100 D- 
MGT 3220International Business MGT 2100 D-   
OR    MGT 2310 D-   
OR    CMN 3050 D-   
OR    LDR 1501 D-
 
MGT 3444Resource Planning & Schedg MGT 2220 D-   
OR    MIS 3702 D-
 
MGT 3451Purchasing MGT 2220 D-   
OR    MIS 3702 D-
 
MGT 4210Project Management MGT 2100 D-   
OR    MGT 2310 D-   
OR    CMN 3050 D-   
OR    LDR 1501 D-
 
MGT 4220Innovation & Change Management MGT 4210 D- 
MGT 4230New Venture Creation MGT 4210 D-   
AND    ENG 3107 D-   
AND    ENG 3108 S
 
MGT 4850Business Strategy MGT 2310 D-   
AND    ENG 3107 C   
AND    ENG 3108 S
 
MKT 2100Principles of Marketing MGT 1100 D-   
OR    CMN 1100 D-   
OR    CMN 1103 D-   
OR    CMN 2210 D-   
OR    HMG 1100 D-
 
MKT 2220Consumer Behavior MKT 2100 D- 
MTH 0103College Mathematics 2 MTH 0102 C- 
MTH 2100Calculus 1 MTH 1200 C- 
MTH 2105Calculus 2 MTH 2100 D- 
MTH 2110Calculus 3 MTH 2105 D- 
MTH 2300Business Statistics MTH 1100 D-   
OR    MTH 1200 D-   
OR    MTH 2100 D-
 
MTH 2310Statistics for Behav & Soc Sci MTH 1100 D-   
OR    MTH 1200 D-   
OR    MTH 2100 D-
 
MTH 2400Tech/Apps of Discrete Math MTH 1100 D-   
OR    MTH 1200 D-   
OR    MTH 2100 D-
 
MTH 3200Differential Equations MTH 2105 D- 
MTH 3300Applied Probability & Stats MTH 2100 D-   
OR    MTH 2105 D-   
OR    MTH 2110 D-
 
NPM 6162Aproaches to Service Delivery NPM 6160 C- 
NPM 6164Budget & Financial Management NPM 6160 C- 
NPM 6165Personnel Management NPM 6160 C- 
NPM 6166Productivity & Prog Evaluation NPM 6160 C- 
NPM 6168Leadership in Public Managemt NPM 6162 C-   
AND    NPM 6164 C-   
AND    NPM 6165 C-   
AND    NPM 6166 C-
 
NPM 6980Capstone NPM 6110 C-   
AND    NPM 6120 C-   
AND    NPM 6125 C-   
AND    NPM 6130 C-   
AND    NPM 6140 C-   
AND    NPM 6150 C-
 
NTR 6110Medical Nutrition TherapyNTR 6100 C- 
NTR 6866Applied Research in NutritionNTR 6112 C- 
NTR 7132Overweight and Obesity 2NTR 7130 C- 
OCM 6110Org Assessment & DiagnosisOCM 6100 C-  
OCM 6120Leading ChangeOCM 6100 C-  
OCM 6130Enhancing Indiv & Group EffectOCM 6100 C-  
OCM 6140Collctve Ldrshp & Sustn ChangeOCM 6100 C- 
OCM 7995ProjectOCM 6110 C-   
AND    OCM 6120 C-   
AND    OCM 6130 C-   
AND    OCM 6140 C-
 
PBR 6110Public Relations Issues/Ethics PBR 6100 C- 
PBR 6120Public Relations Legal Issues PBR 6100 C- 
PBR 6130PR Writing Seminar 1 PBR 6710 C- 
PBR 6140PR Writing Seminar 2 PBR 6130 C- 
PBR 6205Visual Comm & Desktop Pub PBR 6100 C- 
PBR 6225Adv Mktg Theory & Practce PBR 6100 C- 
PBR 6710Public Relations Research PBR 6100 C-  
PBR 6940Public Rel Process & Practice PBR 6100 C- 
PBR 6983Topics PBR 6100 C- 
PHL 2120Ethical Issues in Comm CMN 1100 D-   
OR    CMN 1103 D-   
OR    CMN 2210 D-
 
PHY 1200Physics 1 MTH 2100 D-   
OR    MTH 2105 D-   
OR    MTH 2110 D-
PHY 1201
PHY 1201Lab for PHY 1200 MTH 2100 D-   
OR    MTH 2105 D-   
OR    MTH 2110 D-
PHY 1200
PHY 2200Physics 2 PHY 1200 D-   
AND    PHY 1201 D-
PHY 2201
PHY 2201Lab for PHY 2200 PHY 1200 D-   
AND    PHY 1201 D-
PHY 2200
PJM 6005Project Scope Management PJM 6000 C-  
PJM 6015Project Risk Management PJM 6000 C-  
PJM 6025Project Scheduling & Cost Plan PJM 6000 C-  
PJM 6125Project Evaluation PJM 6000 C-   
AND    PJM 6005 C-   
AND    PJM 6015 C-   
AND    PJM 6025 C-   
AND    PJM 6135 C-
 
PJM 6135Project Quality Management PJM 6000 C- 
PJM 6140Managing Troubled Projects PJM 6000 C-   
AND    PJM 6005 C-   
AND    PJM 6015 C-   
AND    PJM 6025 C-   
AND    PJM 6135 C-
 
PJM 6145Global Project Management PJM 6000 C-   
AND    PJM 6005 C-   
AND    PJM 6015 C-   
AND    PJM 6025 C-   
AND    PJM 6135 C-
 
PJM 6205Leading/Managing Tech Projects PJM 6000 C- 
PJM 6210Comm Skills Project Managers PJM 6000 C- 
PJM 6215Leading Remote Project Teams PJM 6000 C- 
PJM 6220Plan & Schedule Tech Projects PJM 6000 C- 
PJM 6705Portflio Mgmt in Enterprs EnvtPJM 6000 C-   
AND    PJM 6005 C-   
AND    PJM 6015 C-   
AND    PJM 6025 C-   
AND    PJM 6135 C-
 
PJM 6710Introduction to Program and Portfolio ManagementPJM 6005 C-   
AND    PJM 6015 C-   
AND    PJM 6025 C-  
 
PJM 6725Program and Portfolio LeadershipPJM 6710 C- 
PJM 6735Capstone PJM 6710 C-   
AND    PJM 6715 C-   
AND    PJM 6720 C-   
AND    PJM 6725 C-   
AND    PJM 6730 C-
 
PJM 6810Principles of Agile Project ManagementPJM 6000 C- 
PJM 6825Agile Lean Product DevelopmentPJM 6810 C-
OR      PJM 6220
 
PJM 6910Capstone PJM 6000 C-   
AND    PJM 6005 C-   
AND    PJM 6015 C-   
AND    PJM 6025 C-   
AND    PJM 6135 C-
 
PMC 6212Clinical Drug Data Analysis PJM 6000 C-   
OR   ( BTC 6210 C-   
AND    RGA 6100 C-   
AND   ( RGA 6201 C-   
OR    RGA 6202 C-))
 
POL 3126Global Governance POL 1120 D- 
POL 3135Int’l Conflict & Negotiation POL 1120 D- 
POL 3140International Security POL 1120 D- 
POL 3210Nationalism POL 1200 D- 
POL 3220Democracy in Comparative Pol POL 1200 D- 
POL 3310Civil Liberties POL 1300 D- 
POL 3320American Foreign Policy POL 1300 D- 
POL 3330Politics & Mass Media POL 1300 D- 
POL 3400Political Sci Research Methods( MTH 2300 D-   
OR    MTH 2310 D-   
OR    MTH 3300 D-)   
AND    POL 2430 D-
 
POL 4850Political Science Capstone POL 3400 D- 
PSY 3200Social Psychology PSY 1100 D-   
OR    SOC 1100 D-   
OR   ( PSY 1010 D-   
AND    PSY 1210 D-)   
OR   ( PSY 1010 D-   
AND    PSY 1410 D-)   
OR   ( PSY 1210 D-   
AND    PSY 1410 D-)
 
PSY 3210Abnormal Psychology PSY 1100 D-   
OR   ( PSY 1010 D-   
AND    PSY 1210 D-)   
OR   ( PSY 1010 D-   
AND    PSY 1410 D-)   
OR   ( PSY 1210 D-   
AND    PSY 1410 D-)
 
PSY 3220Cognition and Language PSY 1100 D-   
OR   ( PSY 1010 D-   
AND    PSY 1210 D-)   
OR   ( PSY 1010 D-   
AND    PSY 1410 D-)   
OR   ( PSY 1210 D-   
AND    PSY 1410 D-)
 
PSY 3230Development across Life Span PSY 1100 D-   
OR   ( PSY 1010 D-   
AND    PSY 1210 D-)   
OR   ( PSY 1010 D-   
AND    PSY 1410 D-)   
OR   ( PSY 1210 D-   
AND    PSY 1410 D-)
 
PSY 3240Sensation and Perception PSY 1100 D-   
OR   ( PSY 1010 D-   
AND    PSY 1210 D-)   
OR   ( PSY 1010 D-   
AND    PSY 1410 D-)   
OR   ( PSY 1210 D-   
AND    PSY 1410 D-)
 
PSY 3450Research in Psychology( MTH 2300 D-   
OR    MTH 2310 D-   
OR    MTH 3300 D-)   
AND    PSY 3200 D-
 
PSY 4220Learning PSY 3220 D- 
PSY 4230Physiological Psychology PSY 3230 D-   
OR   ( PSY 3420 D-   
AND    PSY 3421 D-)   
OR   ( PSY 3420 D-   
AND    PSY 3422 D-)   
OR   ( PSY 3421 D-   
AND    PSY 3422 D-)
 
PSY 4310Personality PSY 3200 D- 
PSY 4320Motivation PSY 3200 D- 
PSY 4850Senior Research Seminar PSY 3450 D- 
PTH 6561Exam/Outcome CS, TS, & TMJ PTH 6560 C-   
OR    PTH 6100 C-
 
PTH 6562Exam/Outcome Upper Extremity PTH 6560 C-   
OR    PTH 6100 C-
 
PTH 6563Exam/Outcome Lumbar/Sacroiliac PTH 6560 C-   
OR    PTH 6100 C-
 
PTH 6564Exam/Outcome Lower Extremity PTH 6560 C-   
OR    PTH 6100 C-
 
PTH 6900Comprehensive Case Analysis PTH 6100 C- 
RFA 6110Food Regulatory Life Cycle RFA 6100 C-   
AND    RFA 6120 C-
 
RFA 6130Food Law in the United States RFA 6110 C- 
RFA 6200Compare U.S. Reg Sys/Agencies RFA 6100 C-   
AND    RFA 6120 C-
 
RFA 6205Key Submissions – Food Reg Aff RFA 6130 C-   
AND    RFA 6235 C-
 
RFA 6210Food Safety and Modernization RFA 6130 C-   
AND    RFA 6235 C-
 
RFA 6215Food Risk/Hazard Analysis RFA 6225 C- 
RFA 6220Food Safety and Surveillance RFA 6215 C-   
AND    RFA 6235 C-
 
RFA 6225Introduction to Food Science RFA 6100 C-   
AND    RFA 6120 C-
 
RFA 6230Genetically Modified Foods RFA 6215 C-   
AND    RFA 6235 C-
 
RFA 6235Regul Diff/Sim: International RFA 6200 C- 
RFA 6300Capstone: Reg Affairs Food RFA 6130 C-   
AND    RFA 6215 C-
 
RFA 6310International Food Trade RFA 6235 C- 
RFA 6315Industry/Commercial Food RFA 6235 C- 
RFA 6350Food Law/Regulation/Policy RFA 6235 C-  
RFA 6410Landmrk Chnges Intl Food Polcy RFA 6235 C- 
RFA 6411Intl Surveillnce/Regul of Food RFA 6235 C- 
RFA 6415Food Safety in Asia RFA 6235 C- 
RFA 6420Food Regulations in the EU RFA 6235 C- 
RFA 6425Food Safety/Surveil Latin Amer RFA 6235 C- 
RFA 6430Food Safety Emerging Economies RFA 6235 C- 
RFA 6920Internship Reflection COP 6940 C- 
RGA 6112Biomed Intellect Property Mgmt RGA 6200 C-   
OR    RGA 6202 C-   
OR    RGA 6205 C-
 
RGA 6200Biologics Dev: Regulatry Ovrvw RGA 6201 C- 
RGA 6202Medcl Device Dvlpt: Reg Ovrvw RGA 6100 C- 
RGA 6203Food, Drug & Med Dev Law RGA 6200 C-   
OR    RGA 6202 C-
 
RGA 6205Emerg Trnds & Issu: Med Dv Ind RGA 6202 C- 
RGA 6206Prac Aspects of Reg Compliance RGA 6200 C-   
AND    RGA 6203 C-
 
RGA 6210Reg Affrs Strategic Plng Mgmt RGA 6202 C-   
OR    RGA 6220 C-   
OR    PJM 6000 C-
 
RGA 6211Combination Products RGA 6202 C-   
AND   ( RGA 6200 C-   
OR    RGA 6205 C-)
 
RGA 6212Introduction Safety Sciences RGA 6200 C-   
OR    RGA 6220 C-
 
RGA 6215Prject Mgmt in Early Drug Disc BTC 6210 C-   
AND    RGA 6100 C-   
AND    RGA 6201 C-
 
RGA 6216Dimensions of Orphan Drugs RGA 6201 C- 
RGA 6217Biomed Product Development RGA 6201 C-   
AND    RGA 6202 C-
 
RGA 6218RA in an Entrep Environment BTC 6210 C-   
AND    RGA 6201 C-   
AND    RGA 6202 C-
 
RGA 6219Adv & Promo of Drug & Med Dev BTC 6210 C-   
AND    RGA 6201 C-   
AND    RGA 6202 C-
 
RGA 6221European Union Compliance Proc( RGA 6201 C-   
AND    RGA 6202 C-)   
OR    RGA 6220 C-
 
RGA 6222European Medical Dev Reg RGA 6202 C-   
OR    RGA 6205 C-   
OR    RGA 6220 C-
 
RGA 6223Canada, Asia, Latin Am Reg Aff RGA 6200 C-   
OR    RGA 6220 C-
 
RGA 6224Regulatn Biomed Prod: Canada RGA 6200 C- 
RGA 6225Japanese Med Dev Regulations RGA 6200 C-   
OR    RGA 6220 C-
 
RGA 6226Canadian/Australian Meddev Reg RGA 6202 C-   
OR    RGA 6220 C-
 
RGA 6227Emerging Med Device Markets RGA 6202 C-   
OR    RGA 6220 C-
 
RGA 6228International Clinical Trials RGA 6220 C-   
OR    BTC 6210 C-   
OR    RGA 6200 C-
 
RGA 6229Biomed RA Russia and Khazakhst( RGA 6200 C-   
AND    RGA 6202 C-)   
OR    RGA 6221 C-   
OR    RGA 6222 C-
 
RGA 6230Clin Lab Management RGA 6201 C-   
AND    BTC 6210 C-
 
RGA 6234Drug/Device Supplier Risk Mgmt RGA 6100 C-   
AND    RGA 6202 C-
 
RGA 6240Indian Reg Landscape RGA 6200 C- 
RGA 6245Regulation of Generics Biosims RGA 6200 C- 
RGA 6250Finance/Reimburse Biomed Prod RGA 6200 C- 
RGA 6300Pract Applic Biomed Reg Affair RGA 6200 C-   
AND    RGA 6203 C-
 
RGA 6920Internship Reflection COP 6940 C- 
RGA 6961Internship RGA 6100 C-   
AND    RGA 6200 C-   
AND    RGA 6201 C-   
AND    RGA 6202 C-
 
RMS 6110Digital Image Processing RMS 5105 D-    
OR    RMS 5105 C- 
 
RMS 6220GIS for Remote Sensing Apps RMS 5105 C-  
RMS 6230Remote Sensing & Global Change RMS 5105 C-    
AND    RMS 6110 C-
 
RMS 6240Intro to Radar & Lidar Rs RMS 5105 C- 
RMS 6250Remote Sensing of Vegetation RMS 5105 C-    
AND    RMS 6110 C-
 
RMS 6260Remote Sensing for Archaeology RMS 5105 C- 
RMS 6270Remote Sensing Disaster Mgmt RMS 5105 C-    
AND    RMS 6110 C-
 
RMS 6280Automated Feature Extraction RMS 5105 C- 
RMS 6290Spectroscopic Image Analysis RMS 5105 C-    
AND    RMS 6110 C-
 
RMS 6292Photogrammetry and GPS RMS 5105 C- 
RPT 6970Seminar RPT 7205 C-   
AND    RPT 7210 C-
 
RPT 7215Applied Research in Resp Care RPT 7210 C- 
SOC 2320Family Functions/Dysfunctions SOC 1100 D- 
SOC 2340Gender and Work Roles SOC 1100 D- 
SOC 2350Power, Poverty & Social Change SOC 1100 D-   
OR    PSY 1100 D-   
OR   ( PSY 1010 D-   
AND    PSY 1210 D-)   
OR   ( PSY 1010 D-   
AND    PSY 1410 D-)   
OR   ( PSY 1210 D-   
AND    PSY 1410 D-)
 
TCC 3200Digital & Social Communication TCC 2200 D-   
AND    ENG 1107 D-
 
TCC 3210Technical Editing ENG 1107 D-   
AND    TCC 2200 D-
 
TCC 3220Technical Promotional Writing ENG 1107 D-   
AND    TCC 2200 D-
 
TCC 3230Writing for Biotech/Pharm Ind ENG 1107 D-   
AND    TCC 2200 D-
 
TCC 3240Proposal & Grant Writing ENG 1107 D-   
AND    TCC 2200 D-
 
TCC 3450Writing for the Web ENG 1107 D-   
AND    TCC 2200 D-
 
TCC 6340Biostats for Biomed Writers TCC 6330 C-  
TCC 6350Ethical and Legal Issues TCC 6330 C-  
TCC 6360Research in Biomedical Comm TCC 6330 C-  
TCC 6400Structured Documentation TCC 6630 B 
TCC 6650Pract Issues in Biomed Publish TCC 6330 C-  
TCC 6660Biostatistics for Med Writers TCC 6330 C-  
TCC 6850Tech Comm Capstone Project TCC 6100 C-   
AND    TCC 6102 C-   
AND    TCC 6110 C-   
AND    TCC 6120 C-
 
TCM 6040Accounting for Tech Startups TCM 6010 C- 
TCM 6060Elements of Financing Business TCM 6040 C- 
TCM 6070Entrepreneurial Marketing

Prerequisites updates

Check to see what courses you need to take before enrolling in your desired class. “Prerequisite” courses must be completed before enrolling in the course in question. “Corequisite” courses must be taken at the same time as the course in question. Please note that the information contained herein is for informational purposes only and is subject to change.

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WAITLIST FAQ

Join a waitlist when a class is full in order to be given the opportunity to register for a class if a seat becomes open.

If you attempt to register for a class that is full, you may be given the option to sign up for the waitlist if the class in question uses one. If a seat becomes available in the class and you are the first person on the waitlist, an email will be sent to your HuskyMail account. At this point you must register yourself for the class online via myNortheastern within 24 hours. Waitlist notifications will only be sent to your HuskyMail account. Students must meet all of the course prerequisites and requirements in order to sign up for a waitlist. To be mindful of your peers, please limit your waitlist registrations to a maximum of two courses.

What is a waitlist?

A waitlist is a list you can join when a class is full in order to be given first right of refusal to register for a class if a seat becomes open.  

Why should I use the waitlist?

The waitlist gives you an opportunity to register for a class if a seat becomes available without having to constantly check the enrollment in the class. It is sort of like saving your spot in line in case a seat becomes available.

How can I tell if there is a waitlist option for a course I want? 

  • Log into your myNortheastern account, and click the “Self-Service” tab
  • Under the Registrar menu, click “Course Registration”
  • Click “Look Up Classes” and select the appropriate academic term (e.g. Spring 2015 quarter)
  • Use the search function to find the class(es) you are looking for
  • Click the title of the class, and you will see a screen like this:
  • Waitlist Capacity : Maximum number of students that can be on the waitlist. If this is greater than zero, the class in question has a waitlist.
  • Waitlist Actual: Number of students currently on the waitlist for this class.
  • Waitlist Remaining: Number of open spots on the waitlist for this class.

How can I join the waitlist?

Putting yourself on the waitlist is easy. Once you get the “Closed-Waitlisted” option (see picture below), under the tab “action”, you should choose “add” (instead of “none”) and click “submit changes”. Once you successfully put yourself on the waitlist, you should be able to see the class in your “Current Schedule” but the number of QH (credits) will be 0.00.

Is there a maximum number of people who can be on the waitlist?

The maximum number of students who can be on a waitlist varies by class. You can see the Waitlist Capacity the same way you can view whether or not a class has a waitlist option (see above).

What happens if I do not claim my seat within 24 hours?

Your seat will go to the student who is in the next position on the waitlist, and you will be dropped from the list. If there are no other students on the waitlist, it will be opened up for any student to register. It is strongly recommended that you regularly check your Husky Mail, especially if you are on the waitlist for a course. 

If I miss my window to claim my seat, can I rejoin the waitlist?

Yes, however in order to be fair to other students, you will not be placed at the top of the list. You will be placed in the last available position just as if you had not been on the waitlist previously.

Do all classes have waitlists?

No. Some programs might not use waitlists at all, whereas others might only use them on select classes. For example, Graduate Education classes do not use the waitlist. This is a decision made by the academic program and is based on a number of different factors. 

May I be on the waitlist for more than one section of the same course?

Yes, however you cannot be registered for more than one section of a particular course. If you are notified that a seat has become available, you will need to drop your current section in order to register for the other section.

May I be on the waitlist for more than one course?

Yes, however you may only register for one section of a given course.

Is there a point at which I can no longer join a waitlist?

The availability of waitlists depends on the length of the class in question:

Class LengthLast Day to Join Waitlist
Six Weeks or LessWednesday of First Week of Classes
Greater Than Six WeeksWednesday of Second Week of Classes

Do I need to have completed the prerequisite(s) for a class in order to join the waitlist?

Yes, you must have either completed or be currently enrolled in the prerequisite (if concurrent enrollment is allowed) for any course in order to join the waitlist. 

I am trying to claim my seat within the 24 hour window but cannot do so.  What’s wrong?

It is possible that you have a registration hold on your account.  You can check this by logging into Banner with your myNortheastern credentials.  Click on “Registration,” then click on “View Holds.”  All holds must be removed in order for you to join a waitlist.  If you do not have a registration hold and continue to experience issues, please contact your Career and Academic Coach.

What are the chances that I will get a seat in a course if I’m on the waitlist?

As we are unable to say how likely it is that a student will drop a class, we are unable to answer this question with any certainty.  However, we can say that your chances of getting a seat if one becomes available are much better if you are on the waitlist than if you are not.

Can I be notified of an available seat at my personal email?

Waitlist notifications are only sent to your HuskyMail addresses.  However, you do have the option of forwarding your HuskyMail to a secondary email account:

  1. Log into your HuskyMail account through myNortheastern
  2. Click Settings in the upper right corner
  3. Go to the Forwarding and POP/IMAP tab
  4. Select Forward a copy of incoming mail to
  5. Enter e-mail address to receive forwarded HuskyMail
  6. Select action messages should take after being forwarded 

Once I join a waitlist for a class, can I see my position on it as well as how many other students are also on the list?

Yes, you will be able to see where you are on the waitlist as well as the total number of students that are on the list and hoping to add the course. 

If I add myself to a waitlist, but later decide that I no longer wish to be waitlisted for a particular course, how do I remove myself from the list?

You can remove yourself from the waitlist the same way you would drop a class through your myNortheastern account. You will see the class that you are waitlisted for in the “Add or Drop Classes” section.

What do I do if I add myself to a waitlist but no space opens for me in the course?

It is always best to have alternative courses or sections of a course in mind in case your first choice is closed. You can search for courses here, or contact your Career and Academic Coach for assistance with choosing another course. Be sure to give yourself enough time both before and at the beginning of a term to accomplish this and have your alternate plan in mind so that you do not have to register late for a course and potentially be behind in work.

If I am on the waitlist for an on-campus course, should I attend the first class meeting? If I am on the waitlist for an online course, will I be able to log in to Blackboard and view assignments?

If you are waitlisted for a course on campus, you are free to attend the first class meeting so that you can familiarize yourself with the requirements, instructor, etc. Note, though, that attendance does not impact your position on the waitlist and instructors will not be able to assist with registration into the course. For online courses, you will not be able to access Blackboard until you are fully registered in the course. You are free, however, to review the syllabus if posted on the course description page.

Can I be added to the waitlist or get into a closed course with permission from the instructor?

The only way to be added to a waitlist is through the online registration system within myNortheastern. Instructors cannot add you to a waitlist. Similarly, instructors cannot add you to a closed course, regardless of whether or not there is a waitlist for it. If you hope to register for a closed course that has no waitlist, then you may wish to check the myNortheastern registration system regularly, as students do tend to add and drop courses as the start of the term approaches. If a space opens, then you will be able to add the course normally.