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General Education Course Archives

CONTENTS       The governing principle
Previous general education requirements
Variable-topic courses
Independent study courses
Joint listings
Time schedule errors
GIS and A&S courses
Transfer courses
DARS reports
Adviser responsibilities
General Education Archives
    Types of courses listed

The governing principle

    The administration of general education requirements at the UW follows the basic principle that no student should be disadvantaged by a change in requirements. Thus, a student is allowed to use a course toward general education requirements that was applicable to when s/he took it, even if it no longer counts that way if taken currently. In addition, there are many courses on students' records that no longer exist, or that are no longer recognizable because they have changed numbers or department prefixes. This AIF is a guide for advisers to courses that no longer count the way they once did.
  
  

Previous general education requirements

    From autumn 1962 to autumn 1994, UW students chose their general-education courses from various "distribution lists." The graduation requirements were substantially revised effective autumn quarters of 1969, 1980, 1983, and 1985; meanwhile, adjustments to the several lists were made on an ongoing basis. Because successive versions of the lists were increasingly restrictive, students were allowed to continue to use the requirements they had been following, and new requirements were applied only to new students.

Because the current "Area of Knowledge" requirement adopted in 1994 is very generous, it has been possible to eliminate the confusion of maintaining several distribution lists. All students, regardless of when they entered college or the UW, choose their general-education coursework from the same set of courses, namely the current Areas of Knowledge lists.

Students eligible for the green or white distribution lists, which preceded the current Areas of Knowledge requirement, are eligible to count some additional courses, and/or to count some courses in different ways than are currently allowed. These exceptions are noted in the course list.

  
  

Variable-topic courses

    Starting in the academic year 2000-2001, individual sections of variable-topic courses, in a specific quarter, can be identified as VLPA, I&S, and/or NW. Any course so tagged will be assigned properly in a DARS report.

Variable-topic courses offered earlier (and many offered since this change, since departments often don't bother to request an AoK designation for temporary courses) can count toward AoK if it seems appropriate. Any academic adviser, after discussing the content of such a course with the student, can assign the course to an Area and either enter a DARS exception or send a message to dars@u.washington.edu, requesting that the variable-topic course be tagged for the student.

Advisers not certain how to evaluate a variable-topic course may refer the student to Undergraduate Advising.

This table lists some sections of variable-topics courses that were approved for AofK value by request of the department, or that automatically count for an Area because of a temporary joint listing. Any course can be counted in the same way as a jointly offered course, even if not listed below.

  
  

Independent-study courses

    These courses, often numbered 498 or 499, do not routinely count toward Areas of Knowledge. An Arts and Sciences student who wishes to count such a course toward AoK must submit a description of the course content to Scott Winter at the Undergraduate Gateway Center; an email is usually sufficient. If the content of the independent-study project is similar to courses already on the AoK lists, the request should be approved.

A "white-list" student, a student who entered the UW as a freshman before autumn 1980, or entered the College of Arts and Sciences as a transfer student (even if from another college of the University) before autumn 1982, may count independent-study courses toward AoK without petition, if the courses were taken before autumn 1994. A DARS exception will be necessary and can be made by any adviser.

  
  

Joint listings

    A course counts toward Areas of Knowledge in the same way as any joint-listed course. Permanent joint listings are already appropriately identified in the Course Catalog and the Time Schedule. Each quarter, however, there are temporary joint listings, usually in variable-topic courses, that may not be properly identified. In all such cases, the joint-listed courses share AoK designations. For example, if course A is VLPA and it is temporarily joint-listed with course B which is I&S, the student who takes course A or B in that quarter may count either course toward VLPA or I&S.

In most cases, since these are usually upper-division courses, the student has already completed the Areas of Knowledge requirement and doesn't need the course to count toward AoK. If the student does need to have such a course properly tagged VLPA, I&S, or NW, the adviser can enter a DARS exception or send the request to dars@u.washington.edu

  
  

Time schedule errors

    Courses with an incorrect AoK designation in the Time Schedule may be counted as indicated by students who were not aware of the error. It is the student's responsibility to call the adviser's attention to the situation. The adviser should first check the Student Database for the course and quarter in question; quarterly course information is available in the SDB back through spring 1984. It is possible, however, that the AoK designation was corrected in the SDB when the error was discovered. Undergraduate Advising maintains an archive of old print Time Schedules and should be able to verify errors that occurred through summer 2002, which was the last quarter the Time Schedule was printed.
  
  

GIS and A&S courses

    A variety of interdisciplinary courses are taught on a temporary basis under the designation GIS (and, before that, A&S). These are listed, with their assigned general education designation, in AoK for A&S, GIS, and GEN ST Courses. From 1971-1975 some GIS courses were offered through the Residential Program.
  
  

Transfer courses

    Students who enter the UW with a transfer associate degree from a Washington community college may count transfer courses toward AoK in the same way that the courses counted at the community college. See the Transfer Associate Degree Agreement.

A transfer course assigned a UW course number can normally be counted only the way the UW equivalent counts at the time of transfer and thereafter. If the course was taken at a Washington community college it can, however, be counted as listed in the equivalencies tables at the time it was taken, even if no longer counted that way at the UW. That is to say, if the student was following the tables and acting in good faith, the student will not be penalized for an incorrect listing.

If a course is listed below as having been dropped from the UW curriculum, or as not currently offered, then transfer credit for the course can be used toward the Area of Knowledge indicated in the transfer equivalencies. The presumption is that if the course were still offered at the UW, it would still count as it did in the past.

  
  

DARS reports

    Many of the courses listed below will not be properly identified on a DARS report. To have any course properly tagged with an AoK or other general education designation, as listed below, send a request to dars@u.washington.edu
  
  

Adviser responsibilities

    Obviously, no adviser is expected to commit any part of the list below to memory. Neither is it the responsiblity of advisers to check every course taken by a student in an exhaustive search for courses that will count toward requirements. This list is provided as a resource for the adviser to check whenever a student recalls that a course should count toward a particular requirement, even though it doesn't appear on the current Areas of Knowledge list.
  
  

General Education Archives

   

Types of courses listed

    "Green-list" courses taken before autumn 1994
These courses may be used by students who were formerly eligible for the green distribution list-i.e., students whose first enrollment in college (anywhere) was before autumn 1985. The courses may be used only if they were taken before autumn 1994.

"White-list" courses taken before autumn 1994
These courses may be used by students who were formerly eligible for the white distribution list-i.e., students who entered UW as freshmen before autumn of 1980 or who entered the College of Arts and Sciences as transfer students (even if only from another college of the University) before autumn 1982. These courses also may be used only if they were taken before autumn 1994.

Courses whose AoK designation has changed
A few courses have been moved from one Area to another, either because the course was re-evaluated or because the content of the course was changed. There are also a few instances in which the blue distribution list (1985-94) allowed courses that the current Areas of Knowledge requirement does not.

Courses (or course numbers) not in the current curriculum
These courses no longer appear in the curriculum with the prefix and number listed, but may be counted as indicated by all students who completed the courses.

Changes in prefixes
This information should help advisers identify courses on the UW transcript that carry prefixes no longer in use.

 

CourseCan be counted for Comments
A&S
changed to GIS
A ORG
changed to O E (and other Business departments)
A ORG 420, 440, 460I&Sif student is white list, and took the course before autumn 1994; changed prefixes and numbers
AAS 400VLPA onlyreplaced by 401, 402, 403
AES 214VLPA onlychanged to AFRAM/ENGL 214
AES 321VLPA onlydropped from curriculum
AFRAM 210VLPAchanged to AFRAM 211
AFRAM 215, 220, 350, 410VLPA or I&Snot currently offered
AFRAM 406, 407, 408 (Intermediate Krio)VLPA onlynot currently offered
AFSTU
changed to SISAF
AIS 215, 309, 310VLPA or I&Snot currently offered
ANTH 220, 320NW or I&Snumber changed to 206
ANTH 230VLPAif student began college anywhere before autumn 1985, and took the course before autumn 1994
ANTH 333, 334, 335VLPA onlyreplaced by 331
ANTH 359, 403VLPAif student is white list, and took the course before autumn 1994
ANTH 450VLPAif student is white list, and took the course before autumn 1994; changed to ANTH 359
ANTH 456, 457 VLPAdropped from curriculum
ARAM
changed to ARAMIC (Aramaic; Near E L&L)
ARCH 152I&Sdropped from curriculum
ARCH 450VLPAdropped from curriculum
ARCHY 105VLPAif student began college anywhere before autumn 1985, and took the course before autumn 1994
BALTIC 200VLPA or I&Schanged to SCAND/SISRE 345
BI HS (Biomedical History)
changed to MHE (Medical History & Ethics)
BI HS (MHE) 401, 403, 419, 430VLPAif student began college anywhere before autumn 1985, and took the course before autumn 1994
BI HS 421NWchanged to grad students only; (MHE 421 taken now would count for I&S instead of NW)
BI HS 425, 431NW if student is white list, and took the course before autumn 1994; dropped from curriculum
BLK S
changed to AFRAM
BOT
changed to BOTANY; in autumn 2003 changed to BIOL with some course number changes
BG&S (Business, Governmentt, and Society)
changed to O E
BG&S 101 I&SIntroduction to Business, dropped from curriculum; still offered at a number of community colleges (usually transfers as BA 1XX)
BG&S 200I&Schanged to O E 200; then changed to MGMT 200)
BG&S 333I&Sif student is white list, and took the course before autumn 1994; changed to OE 302
C LIT 240English compcan be used for VLPA only if taken before autumn 1994; cannot be used for both English comp and VLPA, regardless of when taken
C SCI
changed to CSE
C SCI 201, 210, 211NW and Q/SR (or old proficiency)dropped from curriculum
CAUP 200VLPA or I&Schanged to ARCH 200
CEWA
changed to CIVE
CEWA 450NWchanged to CIVE 250
CEWA 456NW if student is white list, and took the course before autumn 1994; dropped from curriculum
CINEVLPA (all)Cinema Studies; no longer offered
CLAS 324VLPAif student began college anywhere before autumn 1985, and took the course before autumn 1994
CLAS 420, 422VLPA or I&Snot currently offered
CMU
changed to COM with some numbering changes
CMU 201 may be used for VLPA if taken autumn 1983if student began college anywhere before autumn 1985, and took the course before autumn 1994; formerly 214
CMU 214VLPA or I&Sreplaced by 201
CMU 214, 377, 480VLPAif student began college anywhere before autumn 1985, and took the course before autumn 1994
CMU 302VLPA or I&Sdropped from curriculum
CMU 321, 324, 326, 373VLPAif student is white list, and took the course before autumn 1994
CHID 207VLPAif student began college anywhere before autumn 1985, and took the course before autumn 1994
CHID 221, 340VLPA if student is white list, and took the course before autumn 1994; dropped from curriculum
CHID 380VLPAif student is white list, and took the course before autumn 1994
DAN
changed to DANISH
DRDNC
changed to DANCE
EASIA
changed to SISEA
ECON 281I&S or NWchanged to ECON 311
ECON 311NWformerly joint-listed with STAT 311
EDEPS
changed to EDPGA
EDPGA 479I&Sif student is white list, and took the course before autumn 1994
All ENGL courses, including compositionVLPAif student is white list, and took the course before autumn 1994
ENGL 111, 121VLPA if taken before autumn 1986not allowed toward VLPA if taken autumn 1986 or later; cannot be used for both English composition and VLPA
ENGL 122VLPA; old proficiencydropped from curriculum
ENGL 170old proficiencynot currently offered
ENGL 171old proficiencynot currently offered
ENGL 172old proficiencydropped from curriculum
ENGL 181old proficiency; English composition proficiencychanged to ENGL 131; may request credit for both if 131 taken winter or spring 1988
ENGL 270 (grammar)old proficiencychanged to ENGL 170
ENGL 271VLPA if taken before autumn 1985not allowed if taken autumn 1985 or later
ENGL 272VLPA; old proficiencychanged to ENGL 379 (now 381)
ENGL 274, 275, 276, 277,278, 386, 387, 388old proficiency (now also VLPA)not allowed for proficiency if student entered UW in autumn 1981 or later
ENGR 130English compositiondropped from curriculum; may still be counted if taken at another college
ENGR 141NW and Q/SR (or old proficiency)dropped from curriculum
ENGR 190NWdropped from curriculum
ENGR 305, 307, 308NWif student is white list, and took the course before autumn 1994; dropped from curriculum
ENGR 378VLPAdropped from curriculum
ENGR 421I&Sif student is white list, and took the course before autumn 1994
ENV S 250Q/SR and NWsame as CIVE 250; dropped from curriculum
ENV S 307Q/SR and NWdropped from curriculum
ENV S 301I&Sdropped from curriculum
ENV S 342, 432I&Sif student is white list, and took the course before autumn 1994; dropped from curriculum
ESC 490CNW, winter 2000first offering of ESC 111
FOR B, FOR M, FRM
changed to F M; some courses changed to ESC
FRENCH 480, 498VLPA or I&Snot currently offered
FRM 100I&S or NWdropped from curriculum (Changed from natural science to I&S effective autumn 1994, but not offered thereafter.)
FRM 102, 200, 202, 210, 310, 350NWchanged to ESC
F M 421I&S or NWchanged to 321
FOR B 300NWdropped from curriculum
FOR B/FRM 301I&Sdropped from curriculum
FOR B 329, 453, 460NWif student is white list, and took the course before autumn 1994; changed prefixes and numbers
FREN
changed to FRENCH
G ST
changed to GEN ST
GENET
changed to GENOME
GEOL
changed to ESS
GEOPHYS
changed to GEOPHYS
GERM
changed to GERMAN
GERMAN 354VLPA or I&Snot currently offered
GERMAN 497, 498VLPA if taken before autumn 1994individual study courses taken now do not count for Areas of Knowledge requirements
GIS
see A&S, GIS, and GEN ST Courses and The Residential Program
GRK
changed to GREEK
H A&S 220, 221, 222NWHonors science sequence, normally open to Honors Program students only. Courses may be used for NW if student graduates with regular AofK instead of meeting Honors requirements.
H A&S 251, 252, 253; 261, 262, 263VLPA or I&SHonors Western Civilization and World Civilization sequences, normally open to Honors Program students. Courses may be used for either VLPA or I&S if student graduates with regular AofK instead of meeting Honors requirements.
H EC
Home Economics; no longer offered (except NUTR); see also TSCS
H EC 240, 321, 322, 329, 347, 429, 432, 433VLPAif student is white list, and took the course before autumn 1994; dropped from curriculum
H EC 307, 408, 415NWif student is white list, and took the course before autumn 1994; dropped from curriculum
H EC 350, 354, 356, 409, 454, 457I&Sif student is white list, and took the course before autumn 1994; dropped from curriculum
H EC 407NWchanged to NUTR 421; later dropped from curriculum
H ED
Health Education; no longer offered
HD UR
changed to HINDI
HST
changed to HIST
HIST 205, 207, 242, 307, 310, 311, 312, 313, 315, 410VLPAif student began college anywhere before autumn 1985, and took the course before autumn 1994
HIST 234VLPAif student is white list, and took the course before autumn 1994; dropped from curriculum
HIST 308VLPAif student is white list, and took the course before autumn 1994; not currently being offered
HIST 411, 412; HSTAS 401, 402; HSTEU 421VLPAif student is white list, and took the course before autumn 1994
HRMOB 400I&Sif student is white list, and took the course before autumn 1994
HSS
Humanistic-Social Studies, College of Engineering; no longer offered
HSS 301I&Sif student is white list, and took the course before autumn 1994; changed to ENGR 301
HSS 319, 410, 420, 422, 425, 431, 435I&Sif student is white list, and took the course before autumn 1994; dropped from curriculum
HSS 351, 352, 461VLPAif student is white list, and took the course before autumn 1994; dropped from curriculum
HSS 310, 320, 419, 421, I&Sdropped from curriculum
HSS 450VLPAchanged to ENGL/ENGR 378
HSS 451, 465, 471, 472, 480VLPAdropped from curriculum
HSTAA 402VLPAif student is white list, and took the course before autumn 1994; dropped from curriculum
HSTAA 421VLPAif student began college anywhere before autumn 1985, and took the course before autumn 1994
HSTAM 203, 336, 452, 453VLPAif student began college anywhere before autumn 1985, and took the course before autumn 1994
HSTAM 334, 335, 415VLPAif student is white list, and took the course before autumn 1994; dropped from curriculum
HSTEU 370VLPA or I&Schanged to HSTAM 370
HSTEU 401, 410VLPAif student began college anywhere before autumn 1985, and took the course before autumn 1994
HSTEU 403
I&S if taken before autumn 2002; VLPA or I&S if taken autumn 2002 or later
HUM
Humanities; no longer in existence; courses count for VLPA
HUM 201VLPAdropped from curriculum
I BUS 300, 310I&Sif student is white list, and took the course before autumn 1994
INDN
Indian; some classes transferred to URDU autumn 2004
IASIA
Inner Asia; all courses dropped from curriculum or transferred to other departments; courses count for I&S
KIN, KINPE
Kinesiology/Physical Education; no longer offered
KIN 325, 331, 332NWdropped from curriculum
KIN 414VLPA (or I&S) if student began college anywhere before autumn 1985, and took the course before autumn 1994; changed to BI HS 481
KIN 480NWif student is white list, and took the course before autumn 1994; dropped from curriculum
KINPE 220VLPAif student is white list, and took the course before autumn 1994; dropped from curriculum
KOR
changed to KOREAN
L ARC
changed to L ARCH
LAT
changed to LATIN
LIBR 450, 451, 453, 470VLPAif student is white list, and took the course before autumn 1994
MATH 100, 102, 103NWif student is white list, and took the course before autumn 1994
MATH 101NW if taken before autumn 1970if student is white list, and took the course before autumn 1994; no longer carries credit
MATH 104NW if taken before autumn 1972if student is white list, and took the course before autumn 1994; no longer carries credit
MHE 401,403, 430, 481VLPAif student began college anywhere before autumn 1985, and took the course before autumn 1994
MHE 419VLPAif student is white list, and took the course before autumn 1994
MICRO
changed to MICROM
MUSIC 343NW if taken before autumn 1994can be used for VLPA regardless of when taken
MUSIC 389VLPA or I&Schanged to MUSAP
MUSIC 453I&Schanged to 345
N E
changed to NEAR E
NEAR E 320, 430VLPA or I&Schanged to 211
NUTR 307, 321, 407, 415, 440NWif student is white list, and took the course before autumn 1994; dropped from curriculum
NUTR 409, 457I&Sif student is white list, and took the course before autumn 1994; dropped from curriculum
NUTR 400, 409, 422, 457I&Sdropped from curriculum
NUTR 421NWdropped from curriculum
O E 200I&Schanged to MGMT 200
O E 302, 440I&Sif student is white list, and took the course before autumn 1994
P E
Physical Education; no longer offered. (Later KIN, KINPE)
P E 220, 414VLPAif student is white list, and took the course before autumn 1994; dropped from curriculum
P E 325, 331, 332, 480NWif student is white list, and took the course before autumn 1994; dropped from curriculum
PBSCI
Psychiatry & Behavioral Science; no longer offers undergrad general ed course
PBSCI 267I&Sif student is white list, and took the course before autumn 1994; dropped from curriculum
PBSCI 451, 452I&Sif student is white list, and took the course before autumn 1994
PEDNC
changed to DANCE
PHCOL (Pharmacology)
changed to PHARM
PHCOL 300NWif student is white list, and took the course before autumn 1994; dropped from curriculum
PHIL 100VLPA if taken before autumn 1978if student is white list, and took the course before autumn 1994; changed to social science (I&S)
PHIL 160VLPA if taken before autumn 1979if student is white list, and took the course before autumn 1994; changed to natural science autumn 1979, and to I&S autumn 1994
PHIL 101, 104, 105, 106, 206, 250, 267, 320, 321, 322, 327, 350VLPAif student began college anywhere before autumn 1985, and took the course before autumn 1994
PHIL 370, 372, 473NWif student is white list, and took the course before autumn 1994
PHIL 484I&Sif student is white list, and took the course before autumn 1994
POL S 205 before winter 1987Q/SR or old proficiencychanged to POL S 290, winter 1987; new 205 does not count for Q/SR
POL S 212VLPAif student began college anywhere before autumn 1985, and took the course before autumn 1994
PSYCH 102NWdropped from curriculum
PSYCH 222NWdropped from curriculum
PSYCH 209I&S or NW if taken before spring 1980; NW if taken before autumn 1990does not count for Areas of Knowledge if taken autumn 1990 or later
PSYCH 209, 213, 217, 218, 231, 406, 475NWif student is white list, and took the course before autumn 1994
PSYCH 210NW if taken before autumn 1994, or if taken summer 1995 or 1996can be used for I&S regardless of when taken; listed as NW by error in summer Quarter Bulletin, 1995 and 1996
PSYCH 439I&Sdropped from curriculum
QMETH 200old proficiency and NWdropped from curriculum (replaced by I S 300)
QMETH 403NWif student is white list, and took the course before autumn 1994
RECPL
Recreation Planning and Administration; no longer offered
REEU
changed to SISRE (Russian & East European)
RELIG 201, 202, 203, 210, 301, 310, 311, 313, 315, 320, 321, 322, 324, 330, 352, 354, 415, 420, 421VLPAif student began college anywhere before autumn 1985, and took the course before autumn 1994
RELIG 325, 326, 380, 439, 467, 468, 491, 492VLPAif student is white list, and took the course before autumn 1994
ROM
changed to ROMAN +ROM LI (Romance L&L; Romance Linguistics)
SASIA
changed to SISSA (South Asian studies)
SASIA 100VLPAif student is white list, and took the course before autumn 1994; dropped from curriculum
SASIA 472, 491, SISSA 472, 491VLPA or I&Sif student began college anywhere before autumn 1985, and took the course before autumn 1994; changed to RELIG 354, 352
SCAND 382I&Sif student is white list, and took the course before autumn 1994
SCAND 383VLPA or I&Sdropped from curriculum
SCAND 390I&Sif student began college anywhere before autumn 1985, and took the course before autumn 1994
SCAND 426I&S onlydropped from curriculum
SER C
changed to CR SB (Croatian-Serbian)
SISAF 265VLPAif student began college anywhere before autumn 1985, and took the course before autumn 1994
SISAF 410VLPAif student is white list, and took the course before autumn 1994; changed to AFRAM 410
SISAF 416, 417, 418VLPAif student is white list, and took the course before autumn 1994; dropped from curriculum
SISAF 450VLPA or I&Snot currently offered
SISEA 234VLPAif student began college anywhere before autumn 1985, and took the course before autumn 1994
SISEA 240VLPA or I&Sno longer in curriculum; transfer credit may be used for either I&S or VLPA
SISEA 240; SISJE 421; SISRE 403, 450; SISSA 386VLPAif student is white list, and took the course before autumn 1994
SISEA 417VLPAif student is white list, and took the course before autumn 1994; dropped from curriculum
SISIA
Inner Asia; no longer in use; courses dropped from curriculum or transferred to other departments
SISJE 421VLPA or I&Snot currently offered
SISRE 243VLPAif student began college anywhere before autumn 1985, and took the course before autumn 1994
SISSA 100VLPAif student is white list, and took the course before autumn 1994; dropped from curriculum
SISSA 210VLPAif student began college anywhere before autumn 1985, and took the course before autumn 1994
SOC W
changed to SOCWF (Social Welfare, School of Social Work)
SOC 223I&S; Q/SR or old proficiencychanged to SOC 323
SOC 323Q/SR or old proficiency, and I&Snot currently offered
SP CMU
Changed to COM with some renumbering; see http://www.com.washington.edu/Program/Undergrad/ spcrenumber.html
SPAN 231VLPA or I&Snot currently offered
SPCH
changed to SP CMU; also SPHSC, ca. 1975
SPCH [SP CMU] 100VLPAif student is white list, and took the course before autumn 1994; changed to SPHSC 100
SPCH [SP CMU] 101VLPAif student is white list, and took the course before autumn 1994; changed to SPHSC 101; later dropped from curriculum
SPCH [SP CMU] 300NWchanged to SPHSC 300
SPCH [SP CMU] 301NWif student is white list, and took the course before autumn 1994; changed to SPHSC 201
SPHSC 101, 104VLPAif student is white list, and took the course before autumn 1994; dropped from curriculum
SPHSC 302I&Sif student is white list, and took the course before autumn 1994; dropped from curriculum
SPHSC 310Q/SR and NWdropped from curriculum
TSCS
Textile Studies & Costume Studies; no longer offered
TSCS 321, 322, 329, 429VLPAif student is white list, and took the course before autumn 1994; dropped from curriculum
TSCS 432VLPAdropped from curriculum
TSCS 433VLPAdropped from curriculum
UDRE 315I&Sdropped from curriculum
UGAR
changed to UGARIT (Ugaritic; Near E L&L)
URB P
changed to URBDP (Urban Design & Planning)
URB P 300VLPA if taken before winter 1984if student is white list, and took the course before autumn 1994
URB P 400VLPA or I&Sif student is white list, and took the course before autumn 1994; changed to URBDP 300
URBDP 340VLPAif student is white list, and took the course before autumn 1994; dropped from curriculum
URBDP 450I&Sif student is white list, and took the course before autumn 1994; dropped from curriculum
WLF S (Wildlife Science)
changed to ESC (Ecosystem Science and Conservation, College of Forest Resources)
WLF S 350NWchanged to FOR B 350, later to FRM 350
WOMEN 206VLPAif student began college anywhere before autumn 1985, and took the course before autumn 1994

White list:  Student entered the UW as a freshman before autumn 1980, or entered the College of Arts and Sciences as a transfer student (even if from another college of the University) before autumn 1982, and took the course before autumn 1994.