Graduate courses are numbered at the 800- or 900-level. Courses numbered "800P" may have an undergraduate counterpart numbered at the 400-level or may be taught by non-graduate faculty. (These 400-numbered courses are listed in the undergraduate catalog.)
Courses numbered 800 (without the "P") are designated primarily for study beyond the bachelor's degree or towards a Master's degree. One half of a student's Master's degree must be numbered with 800 (non-P) courses.
Courses numbered at the 900-level are designated primarily for study beyond the Master's Degree. Students who have the Master's Degree or who have completed 30 semester hours of work above the bachelor's degree, are permitted to enroll for 900-numbered courses.