What’s in a course code?
You can tell a lot about a course from its code. For example:
- You can tell WHEN a course is offered by the letter at the end of the course code (A– Autumn, S– Spring, Y– Year).
For example, ANT020N172S denotes a Spring course, whereas ANT010N172A denotes a Fall course.
- You can tell the number of CREDIT HOURS from the number in the middle of the code.
For example, ANT020N172S denotes a 20 UK credit course, whereas ANT010N172S denotes a 10 UK Credits course.
- You can tell the COURSE LEVEL from the number at the end of the code.
For example, ANT020N172S denotes a 100 level course, whereas ANT010N272S denotes a 200 level course.
To see a semester course’s description simply click on the course code & a pop-up window will appear with the description.
Please note that London Study Track Courses are for study abroad students only. Students are recommended to only sign up for 1 of these courses per term.
(Browse courses by expanding the sections below to reveal course codes, credits, descriptions, and syllabi if available)
Please note, courses are subject to change.