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Uniform Course Numbering System

PERALTA COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT

Uniform
Course Numbers
 
Explanation in Assigning Course Numbers
001 – 199 Credit, transfer, degree applicable liberal arts and vocational courses including Selected Topics for liberal arts and vocational disciplines (48s) (degree credit courses in approved programs)*.

 

200 – 249 Credit, non-transfer, degree applicable courses including Selected Topics for liberal arts and vocational disciplines (248s) (degree credit courses in approved programs).**

 

250 – 299 Credit, non-transfer, non-degree applicable courses (non-degree credit courses that require either state approval or approval under delegated approval authority).

 

300 – 301 Credit, non-transfer, non-degree applicable Selected Topics laboratory courses

 

302 – 399 Credit, non-transfer, non-degree applicable Selected Topics courses (non-degree credit courses).

 

Reserved for District-approved Selected Topics courses that are offered for non-degree credit and which require either state approval or approval under delegated approval authority. At present only the 348 designation is being used in this series.

 

400 – 499 Credit Apprenticeship and Cooperative Education/Work Experience Education courses.

 

Apprenticeship courses are non-degree applicable and non-transfer, while Cooperative Education courses are degree applicable and transferable, with the exception of Apprentice Work Experience courses.

500 – 599 Non-credit, general, apprenticeship, and older adult courses (non-credit courses that require state approval).
600 – 699 Non-credit, courses specific for the disabled (non-credit courses that require state approval).

 

700 – 799 Not-for-credit (fee-based) courses for contract education
800 – 999 Community Services (fee-based) courses.
1000 – 9999 Professional development (PRDEV) courses for faculty and staff (0 unit, non-FTES courses).

 

*   LRNRE Resources (LRNRE) courses numbered below 200, while transferable to CSU and/or UC, are not degree applicable, i.e., they are not required for a degree or certificate and do not satisfy general education requirements.

 

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