Spring 1998- Spring 2003

Course History Report

Office of Institutional Research

Table of Contents

NOTE: Department designations are based on the information currently housed in the SIS+ computer system. Semester designations (across the top of each page) are in a three-digit format where the first two digits are the year (e.g., 01 = 2001) and the (last) semester digit is 2,3 or 4 where, 2 = spring, 3 = summer, and 4 = fall. Therefore, 014 = fall 2001.

College of Education and Human Services

Center of Pedagogy
Counseling, Human Development, and Educational Leadership
Curriculum and Teaching
Early Childhood, Elementary, Literacy and Education
Educational Foundations
Health Professions, Physical Education, Recreation, and Leisure
Human Ecology
Reading and Educational Media

College of Humanities and Social Sciences

African American Studies
Classics and General Humanities
Communication Sciences and Disorders
French, German, and Russian (departments were combined in spring 2000)
German and Russian
Justice Studies
Legal Studies
Philosophy and Religion
Political Science
Spanish and Italian
Womens Studies

College of Science and Mathematics

Biology and Molecular Biology
Chemistry and Biochemistry
Computer Science (became a separate department in fall 1998)
Earth and Environmental Studies
Mathematical Sciences (became a separate department in fall 1998)
Mathematics and Computer Science (became separate departments in fall 1998)
NJ School of Conservation

School of Business

Accounting, Law, and Taxation
Economics and Finance
Information and Decision Sciences

College of the Arts

Fine Arts
Speech Communication
Theatre and Dance


Cooperative Education
Honors Program
Institute of Philosophy for Children
International Studies
Latin American and Latino Studies
Womens Studies (major is now part of College of Humanities and Social Sciences)


School/College and University totals

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