Footnotes for SPRING 2006

 

 

A.

Instructor’s approval is required before registration.

B.

Approved for the General Ethnic Studies Program.

C.

Approved for the Asian American Studies Program.

D.

This section is available for credit over cable television and/or is being received from or delivered to off-campus sites and/or is an online course that requires Internet access.

E.

Approved for the Native American Studies Program.

F.

Approved for the Pan African Studies Program.

G.

Approved for the minor and certificate program in applied Gerontology.

H.

Fulfills the state requirement for U.S. History.

I.

Satisfies the second semester composition graduation requirement.

J.

Approved for the Race and Ethnicity in American Society requirement.

K.

Approved for the Film Studies Program.

LC

Learning Community Course.

M.

Approved for the Writing Intensive requirement. Prerequisite: Successful completion of Writing Proficiency Exam or ENGL 109W/109M.

N.

The ELM requirement must be satisfied as a prerequisite to enrollment.

O.

This section is an online course which requires Internet access. Students will need a SacLink account and access to a computer.

P.

Approved for the Peace and Conflict Resolution Studies Program.

Q. Approved for the Religious Studies Program.

R.

CASPER course restrictions in major/minor code(s), class level(s), prerequisite course(s) and/or test score(s). Contact the academic department office for specific information relating to these course restrictions.

S.

Cross-listed course with another discipline.

SL

Service Learning Course.

T.

Approved for the Labor Studies Program.

U.

Prerequisite: Passing score on Writing Proficiency Exam.

W.

Approved for the Women’s Studies Program, Group A.

X.

Approved for the Women’s Studies Program, Group B.

Y. This course is a traditional course which contains some Web activities. Students will need a SacLink account and access to a computer.

Z.

Approved for the Chicano Studies Program.

1.

A petition, which is available in the Department office, is required for registration or student will be disenrolled.

2.

Course carries semester workload credit only, countable toward enrollment status, but not applicable toward the bachelor’s degree.

3.

Restricted to students majoring or minoring in this discipline.

4.

Successful completion of this course ("C-" or higher) meets the Foreign Language Proficiency Graduation Requirement.

5.

Contact the Biological Sciences Department before registering. Confirmation of space availability is required for all students enrolling at Moss Landing Marine Lab (Moss Landing, CA).

6.

Students must enroll in this course during late registration. Contact the Department office after CASPER for Add Permit form.

7.

ENGLISH 109M and ENGLISH 109W (Multilingual): ENGL 109M/109W is a requirement for students who fail the WPE. Successful completion of the course with a “C-” or better satisfies the GWAR. Students who have been identified as Multilingual on the EDT (click here EDT) must enroll in ENGL 109M. Students who have EDT scores of 2 or 3 must successfully complete LS 86 before registration in ENGL 109M. Students who register in the incorrect course will be administratively disenrolled. Students who fail LS 86 or ENGL 109M/109W twice must petition in writing for permission to repeat the course. Petitions are due August 12, 2005 for Fall 2005 classes and January 6, 2006 for Spring 2006. (For more information contact the General Education Office, SAC-234.)

8.

Additional hour(s) to be arranged.

9.

Enrollment in this course requires a miscellaneous fee. Contact the Department office for specific fee information.

10.

Contact the Department office before registering.

11.

Credit/No Credit grading only.

12.

Students must supply their own adjustable roll film camera.

13.

Course meets on campus Jan. 23 - Feb.9 . Meets off-campus Feb. 13 - May 12. For the a.m. classes, the time in the off-campus centers will be 7:45-9:30 a.m. For the p.m. classes, the time in the off-campus centers will be 1:45-3:30 p.m.

14.

Restricted enrollment. Call SSWD office (278-6955) for details.

15.

Many music classes require a music service fee. Contact the Music Department for a list of classes.

16.

May not be taken by music majors and minors.

17.

Students who have taken one year or more of high school German must take a placement test on the first day of class. Placement test is not a substitute for the Foreign Language Proficiency Graduation Exam.

18.

Prerequisite: A grade of "C-" in ENGL 1A or equivalent.

19.

Students with one or more years of high school Spanish may not receive credit for SPAN 1A. Students with two or more years of high school Spanish may not receive credit for SPAN 1B.

20.

Prerequisite: A grade of "C-" in ENGL 1A and a passing grade on the Writing Proficiency Exam. Continuance in ENGL 120A is contingent upon satisfactory performance in the diagnostic essay given during the first week of class.

21.

Permit to register from clinic required.

22.

Restricted to international students. Instructor permission required.

23.

EDS 100A/B meets the State mainstreaming requirement. Thirty hours of field work are required (EDS 100B). Requirement may be waived if student has appropriate prior experience.

24.

ENGL 2 is equivalent to ENGL 1A.

25.

Students should have recently completed three years of high school algebra and geometry. For those having inadequate math background, a one-semester course in college algebra and trigonometry (MATH 9) is recommended.

26.

Registration in this course requires completion of CHDV 133 prior to or concurrently.

27.

CHDV 137 and 138 may not be taken concurrently.

28.

Concurrent enrollment is required in both a lecture section and a lab section (requires two entries in CASPER).

29.

Students are required to take a diagnostic test in precalculus math. Please see the department website for instructions and available test dates http://www.csus.edu/math/

30.

To obtain a Co-op position contact CSUS Cooperative Education Office, LIB-4028, 278-7234.

31.

These sections are cable or Internet courses. Organizational meetings will take place as follows: CSC 1, Sec. 2, meets Mon. Jan. 23, 9:00-9:50 a.m. in LIB 53 (meets with Sec. 1); CSC 8S meets Wed. Jan. 25, 5:45-6:45 p.m. in RVR 1013.

32.

Enrollment in MATH 9 or 11 requires the EGAD. Enrollment in MATH 17, 24, 26A, 29, 107A, STAT 1, or PHYS 7 requires the Intermediate Algebra Diagnostic test (IAD). Please see the department website for instructions and available tests dates http://www.csus.edu/math/

33.

Concurrent registration in NURS 155 and 156 is required.

34.

Students must register in corresponding lab sections of NURS 12, 15, 16 and concurrently with NURS 11 and 17.

35.

Students must register in corresponding lab sections of NURS 123 and 129, i.e., Sec. 2, NURS 123 with Sec. 2, NURS 129. NURS 128 must be taken concurrently with NURS 129.

36.

Students must register in corresponding lab sections of NURS 137 and 138, i.e., Sec. 2, NURS 137 with Sec. 2, NURS 138. Concurrent registration is required in NURS 136 and 137 and in NURS 138 and 139.

37.

Concurrent registration is required in NURS 143 and NURS 144.

38.

Concurrent registration is required in NURS 213A and NURS 293A.

39.

Prerequisite: WPE score of 6 or lower.

40.

Students are required to take a General Chemistry Placement Exam in their respective lab session during the first week of each semester.

41.

Enrollment limited to approved credential candidates and those holding a valid California Teaching Credential issued on completion of student teaching requirement. All others may be disenrolled.

42.

Students who have taken one year or more of high school French must take a placement test on the first day of class. Placement test is not a substitute for the Foreign Language Proficiency Graduation Exam.

43.

LS 7A is limited to students with ELM total score of 34 or below. LS 7B is limited to students who have completed LS 7A or who have a coordinator approval.

44.

Prerequisite: EPT score of 142-150 or successful completion of LS 15.

45.

Prerequisite: WPE score of 6 or lower, score of 4 or 5 on the English Diagnostic Test or successful completion of LS 86.

46.

Enrollment restricted to students attempting credit by examination and prior special arrangements. Check with Department office.

47.

Students beginning thesis/project must file a petition and the Department staff will register you. First semester students enroll in EDC 505; continuing students (who did not complete thesis/project the first semester) enroll in EDC 550 for Master’s Thesis or EDC 551 for Master’s Project.

48.

Enrollment limited to students enrolled in Residence Hall Training.

49.

Open to upper division students only.

50.

Meets Mondays, 7:00-9:50 p.m., on arranged dates.

51.

An EPT score of 151 or above or successful completion of ENGL 1.

52.

Contact Department office first week of semester.

53.

Attendance at the first class meeting is required.

54.

A lab fee of $10 will be charged for all lower division chemistry laboratory-based courses and $17 will be charged for all upper division and graduate chemistry laboratory-based courses.  Except CHEM 106 which has a lab fee of $10.

55.

Requires concurrent enrollment in selected sections of the GE course. Contact the Learning Skills Center (278-6725) for designated GE sections and correlating LSC adjunct times.

56.

Medical clearance and skill prerequisite required.

57.

Prerequisite: Classified graduate status.

58.

Requires concurrent enrollment in a writing class.

59.

It is recommended that upper division students take GOVT 113 or 150 to fulfill the U.S. Constitution and California code requirement.

60.

Must be taken concurrently with Section A of this course, i.e., Sec. 2, MUSC 32B must be taken concurrently with Sec. 2, MUSC 32A.

61.

When Pacific Time Zone changes to Daylight Savings Time, the class time will change to 8:00-10:45 p.m.

62.

Students must have a SacLink account before the first class meeting in order to take the SPAN 7 diagnostic exam. Students scoring below 70% must present transcripts showing they have met the prerequisite (two years high school Spanish or two semesters college Spanish) in order to remain in the class.

63.

MATH 9 is presented using multi-media mathematics and software on computers. See footnote 32 for additional instructions.

64.

Open only to Assembly Fellows, Senate Associates, Executive Fellows or Judicial Administrative Fellows.

65.

Students are required to attend the first class meeting and other times to be arranged.

66.

Concurrent enrollment is required in PSYC 203, Sec. 1 and PSYC 292, Sec. 1 or 3.

67.

Enrollment limited to Blended Elementary Teacher Education Program (LIBB) students.

68.

Meets in the State Hornet offices, second floor of the University Union.

69.

Open only to students participating in intercollegiate sports teams.

70.

The course does not meet every week.

71.

This is a web-enhanced course.   Students will need a SacLink account and access to a computer. See www.csus.edu/saclink for information on how to create your SacLink account.

72.

EDC 475 section choice dependent upon student's area(s) of specialization. Attend Practicum Orientation during Advising Session to obtain petition (see footnote 73).

73.

Proof of liability insurance coverage is required prior to the first class meeting. More information at Practicum & Field Study Orientations (see footnotes 72 & 74).

74.

EDC 480 section choice dependent upon your area(s) of specialization. Purchase Field Study Handbook at Bookstore prior to Advising Session to obtain petition form and secure signatures. Department staff will register you (see footnote 73).

75.

Students must register in corresponding sections of EDC 216 and 280, i.e., Sec. 1, EDC 216 with Sec. 1, EDC 280.

76.

Concurrent enrollment required in an EDC 475 practicum section: for EDC 235 and MFCC practicum; for EDC 272 a School practicum.

77.

There will be one Friday/Saturday workshop and one Saturday workshop in lieu of six evening sessions.

78.

Limited to holders of Level I Specialist Credentials who have been approved for Level II Credential Program; other majors may enroll only with instructor approval. 

79.

Concurrent enrollment is required in PSYC 202, Sec. 1 and PSYC 292, Sec. 4.

80.

Forty-five hours of field work (3 hours per week) off-site to be arranged.

81.

The class lecture will be presented via previously videotaped lecture with an assistant in attendance.

82.

Not open for credit to students who have received credit for CRJ 002A.

83.

Report to LIB-136 for registration information.

84.

Concurrent enrollment is required in PSYC 228, Sec. 1 and PSYC 292, Sec. 2.

85.

Check the WEB for the location of the class.

86.

This section was not open at the time the schedule went to print. Check the WEB for its current status.

87.

All students enrolled in RLS 1 and RLS 101 will be required to attend the first class together. After the first class, students in RLS 1 will meet in this classroom for the first seven weeks of the semester and students enrolled in RLS 101 will meet in this classroom the second half of the semester beginning March 22.

 

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