University College Roosevelt offers courses in four different departments: Academic Core (ACC), Arts and Humanities (A&H), Social Sciences (SSC), and Science (SCI). Students are required to take four courses per semester, which are each worth four credits (7.5 ECTS). Courses are offered at three different levels:
100-level (introductory): These courses have no prerequisites and, unless specified otherwise, are open to all students.
200-level (intermediate): These courses have prerequisites and are only open to students who have successfully completed one or more courses at 100-level.
300-level (advanced): These courses have prerequisites and are only open to students who have successfully completed one or more courses at 200-level. These courses complete a full track in one of the departments.
Students with strong interest in one specific topic may be eligible to do a 400-level research project in their major. These independent research projects are supervised by a senior member of faculty and are intended for students with a high grade point average.
For more information about the obligatory courses, please see Designing your own Curriculum.
Click here for an overview of the courses, which may change. For more information about those courses, you can click on the departments below.