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.
You will take one module per session, each worth either 10 or 20 UK credits.
(Browse courses by expanding the sections below to reveal course codes, credits, descriptions, and syllabi if available)
Please note, courses are subject to change.