Courses may be cross-listed, with the subject codes reflecting the disciplines/interdisciplines of the course content. A cross-listed course is a single course with a single title that has two or more course subjects and ID numbers by which it is listed in two or more programs at the college; if the ID numbers are not identical, they must however be at the same level. There must be a clear curricular benefit for a course to be cross-listed.
Reason for Policy
There are instances in which cross-listing of courses would strengthen the curriculum. Cross-listing courses either within or between schools would have the primary function of promoting interdisciplinary education at the college.
To Whom Does The Policy Apply
Faculty and Deans of academic schools.
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