An undergraduate course is cross-listed when the material covered in the course overlaps with more than one department. The following undergraduate courses are cross-listed:
- COEN 19 and MATH 51 (Discrete Mathematics)
- COEN 21 and ELEN 21 (Logic Design)
- COEN 127 and ELEN 127 (Advanced Logic Design)
- COEN 165 and ARTS 173 (3D Modeling)
- COEN 179 and CSCI 163 (Theory of Algorithms)
Computer Science & Engineering (and Web Design & Engineering) majors should always register for the COEN cross-listed course. Failure to do so will result in errors in your degree audit. If a COEN course is listed as closed, but the cross-listed course is listed as open, contact your academic advisor. An instructor of a cross-listed course should apply a consistent grading standard to all students regardless of course section.
Undergraduate and graduate courses in the same department are not cross-listed, but rather are co-located. The following undergraduate and graduate courses are co-located:
- COEN 145 and COEN 319 (Parallel Programming)
- COEN 148 and COEN 290 (Computer Graphics)
- COEN 152 and COEN 252 (Computer Forensics)
- COEN 160 and COEN 275 (Object-Oriented Design, Analysis, and Programming)
- COEN 164 and COEN 278 (Web Programming II)
- COEN 166 and COEN 266 (Artificial Intelligence)
- COEN 168 and COEN 268 (Mobile Application Development)
Undergraduate students who wish to receive graduate credit for a co-located course must register for the graduate course number, which requires a minimum GPA of 3.0 and completion of a Petition to Take Graduate Course form. An instructor of a co-located course may, at his or her discretion, apply different but consistent grading standards based on whether the course is taken for undergraduate or graduate credit.