Thesis Numbering System

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1-99 Lower-division courses are designed for first- and second-year students but open to the others.100-199 Upper-division courses designed for third-, fourth- and fifth-year students; counted as graduate work for students with graduate status; permitted for use on a master's degree program only with departmental approval 190 Independent study, undergraduate 200-297 Graduate-level courses are designed for use in master's degree, credential, certificate of advanced study, and doctorate curricula.Enrollment provisions listed for courses numbered 200-299 apply to these courses as well.

1-99 Lower-division courses are designed for first- and second-year students but open to the others.100-199 Upper-division courses designed for third-, fourth- and fifth-year students; counted as graduate work for students with graduate status; permitted for use on a master's degree program only with departmental approval 190 Independent study, undergraduate 200-297 Graduate-level courses are designed for use in master's degree, credential, certificate of advanced study, and doctorate curricula.Enrollment provisions listed for courses numbered 200-299 apply to these courses as well.

Students should check the prerequisites carefully before registering in a course to be sure that they have been met.

The instructor can deny admission to a course if a student has not met the prerequisites. The instructor has the authority to waive the stated prerequisites for a course if it is in the interest of the student to do so and if in the instructor's judgment, the student has a background sufficiently adequate to permit satisfactory performance in the course.

Thesis schedule numbers are obtainable through the student's department.

Failure to meet eligibility requirements may result in cancellation of such enrollment.

These courses are offered only through Extension and summer sessions.

They assume completion of the bachelor's degree and/or appropriate professional service and are focused upon the problems that enrolled students encounter in their professional service.For complete eligibility requirements, see Criteria for Thesis and Project under Graduate Studies.Project schedule numbers are obtainable through the student's department.290 Independent study, graduate 298 Graduate Degree Project.Restricted to graduate students having received official notification by the Division of Research and Graduate Studies of approval for advancement to candidacy.They may not be used to meet the requirements of a master's degree or a doctoral degree.400-499 are upper-division courses in CSU system programs administered by California State University, Fresno.* Courses that have not been offered in the previous five years may, at the request of the department, be inactivated and archived.Reactivating the course would also only require a department request; the approval process need not be restarted.Each unit generally represents one hour per week in class and two hours of preparation.Courses involving laboratory, activity, or other application normally require additional hours of class attendance.

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