Meaning Upper division
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Less general, more focused courses, usually making up most of the final two years of a bachelor's degree.
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Undergraduate courses numbered 300 and above.
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Undergraduate courses numbered 3000-4000.
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The last two years of college work (junior and senior levels). Upper division courses are not available at the community college.
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Courses offered for junior/senior class-level credit. These courses are not offered by community colleges and they often require completion of prerequisite courses. Also refers to junior and senior st [..]
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You will complete classes numbered 300 to 499 during the second part of your degree program, after you have acquired 60 units.
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Adjective collectively describing college juniors, and seniors, or the curricula and courses designed for, or generally taken by, juniors and seniors.
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Courses numbered in the 300 to 400 level covering more in-depth content. The University requires at least 42 credits of upper division course work.
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Courses at a level of comprehension usually associated with junior and senior students and offered during the last half of a baccalaureate degree program are called upper division courses. In general, [..]
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