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Course renumbering

Starting Fall 2024, all Concordia Univeristy Wisconsin and Concordia Univeristy Ann Arbor courses will transition from 3-digit numbers to 4-digit numbers in order to add logic to the numbering of our courses. The new numbering system will provide students, faculty, and staff a greater understanding of their program curriculum, scheduling, and advisement.

Course renumbering lookup

This tool will help you identify the new four digit number in comparison to the old three digit course number. Please provide a valid subject code and course number in the lookup and click "Search". You may enter a 3-digit or a 4-digit number and receive the equivalent course.

Course numbering logic

Courses numbered 0000-0999: Undergraduate courses to strengthen academic competencies; do not count toward degree.

Courses numbered 1000-1999: Introductory and general education undergraduate courses that are appropriate for first year students. Minimal prerequisites.

Courses numbered 2000-2999: Lower level undergraduate courses. These courses are ideally taken by second year students. Minimal prerequisites.

Courses numbered 3000-3999: Upper level undergraduate courses. These courses are normally in the major and are ideally taken by third or fourth year students. Prerequisites often required.

Courses numbered 4000-4999: Advanced upper level undergraduate courses including seminars, internships, capstone courses. Some 4000-4999 courses are available as graduate credit.

Courses numbered 5000-5999: Introductory graduate or first year graduate courses. These courses can be part of graduate "core" requirements. Undergraduate prerequisite courses may be required.

Courses numbered 6000-6999: Upper level graduate courses. Prerequisites may be required.

Courses numbered 7000-7999: Graduate level practicum, internship, portfolio, thesis & capstone courses. Prerequisites may be required.

Courses numbered 8000-9999: Doctoral level graduate courses.