Dec 12, 2019  
2017-2018 Springfield College School of Professional and Continuing Studies 
    
2017-2018 Springfield College School of Professional and Continuing Studies [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Undergraduate and Graduate Courses and Descriptions


Course Numbering System

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Undergraduate Course Numbers

100-level:

 

These courses are broad surveys or an introduction to a discipline. They do not have prerequisites, unless it is a sequential course.

200-level:

 

These courses are introductions to, or principles of, areas of study within a discipline. They may or may not have prerequisites.

300-level:

 

These are advanced courses, providing depth of study in a specialized topic, or pre-practicums. They often have prerequisites, or assume readiness for advanced level study.

400-level:

 

These are highly specialized undergraduate courses, capstone seminars, or capstone practicums. Prerequisites, a level of readiness, or advancement within the major may be required for this advanced level of work.

   

Graduate Course Numbers

500-level:

 

These courses are generally introductory or entry level graduate courses.

600-level:

  These courses are more advanced, in-depth and specialized graduate study associated with a profession or discipline.
 

UNDG - Human Services

   •  HUSB 307 - Human Services Portfolio Development Credits: 3