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4-Digit Course Numbering

Published February 28, 2015.

In Fall 2015*, all Saint Louis University course numbers transitioned to four digit numbering. Some departments simply added a zero to the end of previous numbers and some departments have changed the numbering system significantly.

Below are historical listings of the course numbering changes. Courses number changes after Fall 2015 are not reflected in the below listings.

Click below for a listing of the Course Subjects beginning with a given letter.



ANAT - Anatomy (Printable PDF)

Old 3-digit New 4-digit Title
ANAT - 100ANAT - 1000Basic Human Anatomy
ANAT - 100ANAT - 1005Basic Human Anatomy (SPS)
ANAT - 400ANAT - 4000Human Gross Anatomy
ANAT - 430ANAT - 4300AHP Neurosciences
ANAT - 498ANAT - 4980Advanced Independent Study
ANAT - 500ANAT - 5000Human Gross Anatomy
ANAT - 510ANAT - 5100Human Histology and Ultrastruc
ANAT - 520ANAT - 5200Human Embryology
ANAT - 530ANAT - 5300Human Systems Neurobiology
ANAT - 540ANAT - 5400Human Systems Physiology
ANAT - 544ANAT - 5440Basic Research Techniques
ANAT - 550ANAT - 5500Adv Dissections in Human Anat
ANAT - 575ANAT - 5750Intro to Anatomical Research
ANAT - 588ANAT - 5981Human Anat Independent Study
ANAT - 595ANAT - 5950Special Study for Exams
ANAT - 597ANAT - 5970Research Topics
ANAT - 598ANAT - 5980Graduate Reading
ANAT - 599ANAT - 5990Thesis Research
ANAT - 630ANAT - 6300Adv. Systems in Neurobiology
ANAT - 632ANAT - 6320Developmental Neurobiology
ANAT - 634ANAT - 6340Cellular Neurobiology
ANAT - 637ANAT - 6370Chm Neuro of Basal Forebrain
ANAT - 640ANAT - 6400Intro to Neuroscience Rsrch I
ANAT - 641ANAT - 6410Intro to Neuroscience Rsrch II
ANAT - 650ANAT - 6500Somatic-Visceral Interactions
ANAT - 667ANAT - 6670Visual Neuroscience
ANAT - 689ANAT - 6890Anatomy & Neurobiology Seminar
ANAT - 691ANAT - 6900Anatomy Journal Club
ANAT - 695ANAT - 6950Special Study for Exams
ANAT - 697ANAT - 6970Research Topics
ANAT - 698ANAT - 6980Graduate Reading Course
ANAT - 699ANAT - 6990Dissertation Research


* The Department of English (ENGL subject) transitioned to four digit numbering in the Fall 2014.