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1911 Linwood Blvd

Oklahoma City, OK 73106

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5912 NW 16th St

Oklahoma City, OK 73127

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Course Numbering Code

Tiako University course numbering code identifies each course by a four-alphabetic character followed by a space and a four to five-numeric character. The alphabetic portion of a course code represents the academic discipline, program or department offering the course.

The following is applicable for four-digit courses numbering.

  • The first digit of the course number denotes the academic level of the course. Course numbers beginning with a “1” or “2” indicate Lower Division courses (freshman and sophomore level). Courses beginning with a “3” or “4” indicate upper division courses (junior and senior level). Courses beginning with “0” indicate a remedial course that does not award college credit.
  • The second and third digits establish course sequencing and/or distinguish the course from others of the same level, credit value, and rubric.
  • The fourth digit denotes the credit value of the course in semester hours.

The following is applicable for five-digit courses numbering.

  • The first two digits of the course number denote the Post-Doctoral/HDR academic level of the course. Course numbers beginning with a “1X” indicate entry level courses. Course numbers beginning with a “2X” indicate intermediate level courses. Course numbers beginning with “3X” indicate senior level courses.
  • The third and fourth digits establish course sequencing and/or distinguish the course from others of the same level, credit value, and rubric.
  • The fifth digit denotes the credit value of the course in semester hours.

 Significance of Course Numbers       

SIGNIFICANCE OF COURSE NUMBERS

NUMBER

LEVEL

0001-0999

Remedial

1000-1999

Freshman

2000-2999

Sophomore

3000-3999

Junior

4000-4999

Senior

5000-5999

Master

6000-6999

Master

7000-7999

Doctoral

8000-8999

Doctoral

9000-9999

Post-Doc

10000-19999

Post-Doc/HDR

20000-29999

HDR

30000-39999

HDR

 

Course Levels

Zero-thousand-level courses with numbers ranging from 0001 to 0999 are remedial courses not for baccalaureate degree credit.

One-thousand-level courses with numbers ranging from 1000 to 1999 are undergraduate freshman’s courses.

Two-thousand-level courses with numbers ranging from 2000 to 2999 are undergraduate sophomore’s courses. Three-thousand-level courses with numbers ranging from 3000 to 3999 are undergraduate junior’s courses. Four-thousand-level courses with numbers ranging from 4000 to 4999 are undergraduate junior’s courses level.

Five-thousand-level courses with numbers ranging from 5000 to 5999 and six-thousand-level courses with numbers ranging from 6000 to 6999 are master’s courses. Undergraduate students may be admitted to five-thousand-level courses if they have completed the stated prerequisite(s) or with the written permission of the instructor or the chairperson in the academic unit in which the course is offered.

Seven-thousand-level courses with numbers ranging from 7000 to 7999 and eight-thousand-level courses with numbers ranging from 8000 to 8999 are for doctoral courses. Qualified master’s students may enroll in seven-thousand-level courses if they have completed the stated prerequisite(s) or with the written permission of the instructor orthe chairperson in the academic unit in which the course is offered chairperson of the department, director of the school, or dean of the college in which the course is offered.

Nine-thousand-level courses with numbers ranging from 9000 to 9999 are for Post-Doctoral courses and ten-thousand-level with numbers ranging from 10000 to 39999 are for HDR (Habilitation for Directing Research) courses.