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Course Prefixes

Prefix Department/Discipline
ACCTAccounting
ANTHAnthropology
ARABArabic
ARTArt
ARTHArt History
ASTRAstronomy
BGRDBusiness — Graduate
BINTBusiness — Interdisciplinary
BIOCBiochemistry
BIOLBiology
CHEMChemistry
CHINChinese
CLTCCulture and Communication
CMSTCommunication Studies
CNPHCinema, Photography, and Media Arts
COMPComputer Science
CSCRCulture, Race, and Ethnicity
DNCEDance
ECONEconomics
EDUCEducation
ENGLEnglish
ENVSEnvironmental Studies
EXSSExercise and Sport Sciences
FINAFinance
FRENFrench
GBUSGeneral Business
GCOMGeneral Communications
GERMGerman
GEROAging Studies (previously Gerontology)
HEBRHebrew
HINTHealth Sciences and Human Performance Interdisciplinary
HISTHistory
HLTHHealth
HNRSHonors
ICICIntegrated Curriculum
ICSMIthaca Seminar
IISPIndividual and Interdisciplinary Studies Program
INSTIntegrative Studies
INSTIntegrative Studies
INTBInternational Business
ITALItalian
JAZZJazz Studies
JOURJournalism
JWSTJewish Studies
LATNLatin
LGSTLegal Studies
LNGSLanguages
MASSMedia Arts, Sciences, and Studies
MATHMathematics
MGMTManagement
MKTGMarketing
MSRTMusic Sound Recording Technology
MUEDMusic Education
MUENMusic Ensembles
MUMCAdditional Music Courses
MUNMCourses for the Non-Music Major
MUTHMusic Theory, Sight-Singing, and Composition; Music History and Literature
OTBSOccupational Therapy
OTMSOccupational Therapy (Graduate)
PALSPhysical Activity, Leisure, and Safety
PDPTPhysical Therapy (Doctorate)
PFMJMusic - Performance Study, Major
PFNMMusic - Performance Study, Nonmajor
PFSMMusic - Performance Study, Secondary
PHEDPhysical Education
PHILPhilosophy
PHYSPhysics
POLTPolitics
PSYCPsychology
PTBSPhysical Therapy
RLSRecreation and Leisure Studies
RLSTReligious Studies
SLPASpeech-Language Pathology and Audiology
SOCISociology
SPANSpanish
SMGTSport Management
SPMESports Media
SPSTSport Studies
STCMStrategic Communication
THEATheater Arts
TVRTelevision-Radio
WMSTWomen's Studies
WRTGWriting

Key to Symbols

FFall
SSpring
SumSummer
EEven (e.g., academic year 2006-2007)
OOdd (e.g., academic year 2007-2008)
YYearly
IRRIrregular
F-SOffered in both fall and spring semesters
GPAGrade point average
BBlock course
RCourse must be taken at Ithaca College
LALiberal arts
NLANot liberal arts
FAFine arts
HUHumanities
NSNatural sciences
SSSocial sciences
UUndesignated
HNSHonors Course

General Education Requirement Categories and Designations

1Self and society
2AScience
2BMathematics and formal reasoning
3ALanguage
3BVisual and performing arts
GGlobal perspective
HHistorical perspective

For detailed information about these designations, see the H&S general education requirements.

ICC Requirement Categories and Designations

TIDETheme: Identities
TIIITheme: Inquiry, Imagination, Innovation
TMBSTheme: Mind, Body, Spirit
TPJTheme: Power and Justice
TQSFTheme: Quest for a Sustainable Future
TWOSTheme: World of Systems
CA(ICC) - Creative Arts
HM(ICC) - Humanities
SC(ICC) - Natural Sciences
SO(ICC) - Social Sciences
CP(ICC) - Capstone
DV(ICC) - Diversity
QL(ICC) - Quantitative Literacy
WI(ICC) - Writing Intensive

Course Linkages

/between two course numbers means that either course may be taken.
-between course numbers mean that both courses must be taken in that order.

In addition to the courses listed in this catalog, others may be offered on an experimental basis. Details are available via Homer Connect, as well as in the Humanities and Sciences Supplement for the semester in which they are given. (https://homerconnect.ithaca.edu, http://www.ithaca.edu/hs/resources/supplement, http://www.ithaca.edu/registrar/)