THE 2012–13 UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO BOULDER CATALOG contains a summary of campus offerings, policies, and requirements; descriptions of colleges, schools, and individual departments; and degree requirements, course descriptions, and faculty listings as of February 2012. Students should refer to the degree, major, and certification requirements listed at the time they formally enter a program. For additional information, students should consult their dean’s office. Because the catalog is compiled in advance of the academic year it covers, changes in programs and policies may occur. Up-to-date information may be obtained by consulting departmental advisors, checking departmental bulletin boards, visiting MyCUinfo (mycuinfo.colorado.edu), and reviewing registration materials distributed each semester. All catalog information is subject to change without notice or obligation.
The courses listed through the Courses tab above are offered on the Boulder campus during the 2012–13 academic year. This listing does not constitute a guarantee that any particular course will be offered during this year. Consult specific programs and major requirements within each school and college for more information. Also see the online Schedule Planner for details about course offerings.
Always consult specific departments and programs within schools and colleges for restrictions, requirements, and prerequisites.
The University of Colorado Boulder Catalog is published yearly by University Communications in cooperation with the academic departments.
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