Common Course Numbers

For a complete listing of Texas colleges and universities participating in the Texas Common Course Numbering System, please visit www.tccns.org.

In addition to the common course numbers which follow, CORE equivalencies sheets and Courtesy Evaluation are available from the Office of Undergraduate Admissions.

Common Course Course Name A&M-Commerce Course
ACCT 2301 Prin. of Acct. I ACCT 2301
ACCT 2302 Princ. of Acct. II ACCT 2302
AGRI 1107 Intro to Plant Science Lab PLS 1107
AGRI 1115 Intro to Horticulture Lab PLS 1115
AGRI 1119 Intro to Animal Science Lab ANS 1119
AGRI 1131 Intro to Agriculture AG 1131
AGRI 1307 Intro to Plant Science PLS 1307
AGRI 1315 Intro to Horticulture PLS 1315
AGRI 1319 Intro to Animal Science ANS 1319
AGRI 1329 Principles of Food Science FDSC 1329
AGRI 1415 Horticulture PLS 120
AGRI 1319 Intro. Animal Sci. ANS 1319
AGRI 2303 Agri Welding Techniques AMC 2303
AGRI 2317 Intro. Agri. Eco. AEC 2317
AGRI 2321 Livestock Selection and Evaluation ANS 2321 or EQSC 2321
ANTH 2351 Cult. Anthropology ANTH 2351 (CORE)
ARTS 1301 Art Appreciation ART 1301 (CORE)
ARTS 1303 Art History I ART 1303 (CORE)
ARTS 1304 History of Art II ART 1304
ARTS 1311 Two-Dimensional Design and Color Theory ART 1311
ARTS 1312 Three-Dimensional Design & Color Theory ART 1312
ARTS 1316 Drawing I ART 1316
ARTS 1317 Drawing II ART 1317
ARTS 2313 Introduction to Visual Communication ART 2313
ARTS 2316 Sophomore Studio: Introduction to Painting ART 2316
ARTS 2323 Figure Drawing ART 2323
ARTS 2326 Sophomore Studio: Introduction to Sculpture ART 2326
ARTS 2346 Sophomore Studio: Introduction to Ceramics ART 2346
ARTS 2356 Introduction to Digital Media PHO 2356
ARTS 2357 Basic Photography I PHO 2357
ASTR 1103 (Lab) Stars and the Universe ASTR 1103 (Lab)
ASTR 1104 (Lab) Solar System ASTR 1104 (Lab)
ASTR 1303 Stars and the Universe ASTR 1303
ASTR 1304 Solar System ASTR 1304
BUSI 1305 Business Computer BUSA 1305
BCIS 2332 Advanced COBOL Prog. CSCI 233
BIOL 1309 Human Biology: Structure and Function BSC 1309
BIOL 1406 Intro Biology I BSC 1406
BIOL 1407 Intro Biology II BSC 1407
BIOL 1409 Human Biology BSC 1409 (CORE)
BIOL 1411 General Botany BSC 1411 (CORE)
BIOL 1413 General Zoology BSC 1413 (CORE)
BIOL 2416 Genetics BSC 204
BIOL 2401 Anatomy and Phys. I BSC 2401 (CORE)
BIOL 2402 Anatomy and Phys. II BIOL 2402 (CORE)
BUSI 1301 Introduction to Business BUSA 1301
BUSI 1307 The Economics of Personal Finance ECO 1307
CHEM 1104 Chem. Calc. I CHEM 101
CHEM 1105 (Lab) Experimental Survey of Gen Chem CHEM 1105 (Lab)
CHEM 1107 (Lab) Experimental Survey of Organic and Biochemistry CHEM 1107 (Lab)
CHEM 1111 (Lab) Gen and Quan Chemistry Lab 1 CHEM 1111 (Lab)
CHEM 1112 (Lab) Gen and Quan Chemistry Lab II CHEM 1112 (Lab)
CHEM 1305 Survey of General Chemistry CHEM 1305
CHEM 1307 Survey of Organic and Biochemistry CHEM 1307
CHEM 1311 Gen and Quan Chemistry I CHEM 1311
CHEM 1312 Gen and Quan Chemistry II CHEM 1312
CHEM 1411 Gen and Quan Chemistry I CHEM 1411
CHEM 1412 Gen and Quan Chemistry II CHEM 1412
CHEM 2123 (Lab) Organic Chemistry Lab I CHEM 2123 (Lab)
CHEM 2125 (Lab) Organic Chemistry Laboratory II CHEM 2125 (Lab)
CHEM 2323 Organic Chemistry I CHEM 2323
CHEM 2325 Organic Chemistry II CHEM 2325
COMM 1307 Int. Mass Comm. MMJ 1307 (CORE)
COMM 1335 Survey of Radio/TV MMJ 1335 (CORE)
COMM 2311 Multimedia Writing MMJ 2311
COMM 2315 Basic Reporting MMJ 2315
COMM 2327 Advertising Principles MMJ 2327
COMM 2331 Radio/TV Announcing MMJ 2331
COSC 1301 Introduction to Computing COSC 1301
COSC 1436 Prog. Fundamentals I COSC 1436
COSC 1337 Programming Fundamentals II COSC 1337
COSC 2325 Machine Language and Computer Organization COSC 2325
COSC 2336 Data Structures and Algorithms COSC 2336
CRIJ 1301 Intro. to Criminal Justice CJ 1301
CRIJ 1306 Courts and Criminal Procedure CJ 1306
CRIJ 2328 Police System & Practice CJ 2328
DRAM 1310 Intro. to Theatre THE 1310 (CORE)
DRAM 1341 Stage Make-up THE 1341
DRAM 1351 Fund of Acting THE 1351
ECON 2301 Prin. I—Macro ECO 2301 (CORE)
ECON 2302 Prin. II—Micro ECO 2302 (CORE)
EDUC 1301 Schools and Society ELED 1301
EDUC 1301 Edu in a Global Society SED 1301
ENGL 1301 Composition ENG 1301 (CORE)
ENGL 1302 Composition ENG 1302 (CORE)
ENGL 2326 American Lit ENG 2326(CORE)
ENGL 2331 World Lit ENG 2331 (CORE)
ENGR 2303 Engineering Mechanics- Statics and Dynamics ENGR 2303
ENGR 2304 Computing for Engineers ENGR 2304
ENGR 2308 Engineering Economic Analysis ENGR 2308
ENGR 1305 Engineering Graphics II IT 112
ENVS 1301 Introduction to Environmental Science ENVS 1301
FREN 1311 Beg French I FRE 1311
FREN 1312 Beg. French II FRE 1312
FREN 2311 Inter. French I FRE 2311
FREN 2312 Inter. French II FRE 2312
GEOL 1304 History of the Earth GEOL 1304
GEOL 1401 History of the Earth GEOL 1401
GEOL 1403 General Geol. I ESCI 1403 (CORE)
GOVT 2301 Am. Govn. I PSCI 2301 (CORE)
GOVT 2302 Am. Govn. II PSCI 2302 (CORE)
HIST 1301 U.S. History I HIST 1301 (CORE)
HIST 1302 U.S. History II HIST 1302 (CORE)
MATH 1314 College Alg. MATH 1314 (CORE)
MATH 1324 Math for Business MATH 1324 (CORE)
MATH 1325 Business Calculus MATH 1325
MATH 1332 Contemporary Mathematics MATH 1332
MATH 1350 Fundamentals of Math I MATH 1350*
MATH 1351 Fundamentals of Math II MATH 1351*
MATH 2312 Pre-Cal/Elem. Func. MATH 2312
MATH 2320 Differential Equations MATH 2320
MATH 2413 Calculus I MATH 2413 (CORE)
MATH 2414 Calculus II MATH 2414
MATH 2415 Calculus III MATH 2415
MUSI 1308 Music Lit. I MUS 1308 (CORE)
MUSI 1309 Music Lit. II MUS 1309
MUSI 1310 American Music MUS 1310 (CORE)
MUSI 1116 Ear Training I MUS 1116
MUSI 1117 Ear Training II MUS 1117
MUSI 1181 Class. Piano I MUS 136
MUSI 1182 Class. Piano II MUS 136
MUSI 1311 Theory I MUS 1311
MUSI 1312 Theory II MUS 1312
MUSI 2116 Ear Training III MUS 2116
MUSI 2118 Ear Training IV MUS 2118
MUSI 2181 Class. Piano III MUS 136
MUSI 2311 Theory III MUS 2311
MUSI 2312 Theory IV MUS 2312
PHED 1238 Concepts of Physical Activity HHPK 1238
PHED 1306 First Aid HHPK 1306 or HHPH 1306
PHED 1301 Int./P.E. HHPK 1301
PHED 2356 Care & Prev. Athletic Injuries HHPK 2356
PHIL 1301 Introduction to Phil PHIL 1301 (CORE)
PHIL 2303 Intro. to Logic PHIL 2303 (CORE)
PHYS 1412 Intro. Astronomy II ASTR 1412 (CORE)
PHYS 1401 College Phy. I PHYS 1401
PHYS 1402 College Phy. II PHYS 1402
PHYS 1411 Astronomy of Solar System ASTR 1411
PHYS 1415 Physical Sci. I IS 1415 (CORE)
PHYS 1417 Physical Sci. II IS 1417 (CORE)
PHYS 2425 Univ. Phy I PHYS 2425 (CORE)
PHYS 2426 Univ. Phy. II PHYS 2426 (CORE)
PSYC 2301 General Psyc. PSY 2301 (CORE)
PSYC 2306 Human Sexuality PSY 2306 (CORE)
PSYC 2315 Psych. of Human Adjust. PSY 2315 (CORE)
SOCI 1301 Intro. to Socio. SOC 1301 (CORE)
SOCI 1306 Contemp. Soc. Prob. SOC 1306 (CORE)
SOCW 2361 Intro to Social Work SWK 2361
SPAN 1311 Beg. Span. I SPA 1311 (CORE)
SPAN 1312 Beg. Span. II SPA 1312 (CORE)
SPAN 2311 Inter. Span. I SPA 2311 (CORE)
SPAN 2312 Inter. Span. II SPA 2312
SPCH 1315 Intro. to Speech Comm. SPC 1315 (CORE)
SPCH 1321 Bus. & Public Spkg. SPC 1321 (CORE)
SPCH 1342 Voice and Diction I COMS 1342
SPCH 2341 Oral Interpretation COMS 2341
SPCH 2341 Oral Interpretation THE 2341
TECA 1303 Family and Community ElED 200
TECA 1311 Intro Early Child Education ECE 364*
TECA 1354 Child Growth & Dev ECE 313*

IS 351 - Science Inquiry I
Hours: 3
Science topics and themes are chosen to emphasize broad concepts highlighted in the Texas and national science standards. Topics will include conservation laws, systems in nature, the nature of scientific inquiry and presentation of scientific information. The course will be taught by an inquiry based method, modeling instructional techniques proved effective by current educational research. This course is designed for interdisciplinary majors. It will not count toward a major or minor in the sciences. Prerequisites: Junior level standing.

IS 352 - Science Inquiry II
Hours: 3
Science topics and themes are chosen to emphasize broad concepts highlighted in the Texas and National Science Standards. Topics include fundamental physical and chemical processes such as the chemistry of the environment, macromolecules of life, systems in nature, and the nature of scientific inquiry. The course will be taught using an inquiry based method, modeling instructional techniques proven effective by current educational research. This course is designed for interdisciplinary majors. It will not count towards a major in the sciences. Prerequisites: Junior level standing.

IS 397 - Special Topics
Hours: 1-4
Special Topics. One to four semester hours. Organized class. May be repeated when topics vary.

IS 451 - Hist Dev. Great Ideas in Sci
Hours: 3
Major people, discoveries, and the evolution of fundamental concepts and theories through time are examined through literature, research, and hands-on inquiry based investigations. Science topics and themes are chosen to emphasize broad concepts in the Texas and national science standards.

IS 489 - Independent Study
Hours: 1-4
Independent Study. One to four semester hours.

IS 497 - Special Topics
Hours: 3

IS 1315 - Integrated Science I
Hours: 3
This is a University Studies science course. The interdisciplinary application of scientific principles is emphasized. The scientific principles developed in this course include astronomy, motion, energy, Earth science, and other topics typically covered in physical science courses. Connections and applications of these principles to the other sciences are examined.

IS 1317 - Integrated Science II
Hours: 3
This is a University Studies science course. The interdisciplinary application of scientific principles is emphasized which include heat, energy, the periodic table, chemical bonds and reactions and other topics covered in physical sciences courses. Connections and applications of these principles to the other sciences are examined.

IS 1415 - US-Integrated Science I
Hours: 4
1415 - Integrated Science I. Four semester hours. (3 lecture, 2 lab) This is a University Studies science course. The interdisciplinary application of scientific principles to society is emphasized. The scientific principles developed in this course are motion, energy, chemical changes, and other topics typically covered in physical science courses. Connections and applications of these principles to the other sciences and public issues are examined.

IS 1417 - US-Integrated Science II
Hours: 4
IS 102 Integrated Science II. Four semester hours (3 lecture, 2 lab). This is a University Studies science course. The interdisciplinary application of scientific principles to society is emphasized. The scientific principles developed in this course are cellular structure, genetics, DNA, astronomical and geological issues, and other topics covered in life earth sciences courses. Connections and applications of these principles to the other sciences and public issues are examined.