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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.



BLS - Biomedical Laboratory Science (Printable PDF)

Old 3-digit New 4-digit Title
BLS - 110BLS - 1100Foundations of Medical Laboratory Science
BLS - 115BLS - 1150Foundations of MLS Laboratory Discussion
BLS - 170BLS - 1700Special Studies
BLS - 185BLS - 1850Research
BLS - 210BLS - 2100Microbiology
BLS - 270BLS - 2700Special Studies
BLS - 285BLS - 2850Research
BLS - 311BLS - 3110Urinalysis & Body Fluids
BLS - 370BLS - 3700Special Studies
BLS - 385BLS - 3850Research
BLS - 411BLS - 4110Medical Chemistry I
BLS - 412BLS - 4120Medical Chemistry II
BLS - 413BLS - 4130Principles & Techniques in Molecular Biology
BLS - 421BLS - 4210Hematology
BLS - 422BLS - 4220Hemostasis and Thrombosis
BLS - 431BLS - 4310Immunohematology
BLS - 441BLS - 4410Medical Immunology
BLS - 451BLS - 4510Medical Microbiology
BLS - 461BLS - 4610Research Design, Critique & Presentation
BLS - 462BLS - 4620Senior Synthesis
BLS - 463BLS - 4630Senior Seminar
BLS - 470BLS - 4700Special Studies
BLS - 485BLS - 4850Research
BLS - 490BLS - 4900Introduction to Clinical Laboratory Medicine


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