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Types of Courses and Numbers
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Courses offered in the University are numbered as follows:
Dual-listed courses are graduate-level courses that are open to enrollment by advanced undergraduate students. Listed in both undergraduate and graduate catalogs with course numbers 600 through 699, they have the same course descriptions and the same course requirements for undergraduate and graduate students.
Cross-listed courses are defined at two different levels or are defined and listed by two different programs or departments. There are two types of cross-listed courses:
Additionally, courses that make use of videoconferencing technology (e.g., Zoom or similar technology) will be dual-listed as a classroom section, for students who are on campus, and an online section, for students who are not on campus during the class meeting time.
If you have questions about these definitions, please contact the Registrar’s Office.
Gallaudet reserves the right to withdraw any courses not elected by a sufficient number of students.
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