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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.



GR - German (Printable PDF)

Old 3-digit New 4-digit Title
GR - 110GR - 1010Communicating in German I
GR - 115GR - 1020Communicating in German II
GR - 193GR - 1930Special Topics
GR - 210GR - 2010Interm. German: Lang & Cltre
GR - 220GR - 2200German Lit in Translation
GR - 225GR - 2250Berlin! Berlin!
GR - 293GR - 2930Special Topics
GR - 298GR - 2980Independent Study
GR - 310GR - 3010Oral & Written Proficiency I
GR - 315GR - 3020Oral & Written Proficiency II
GR - 320GR - 3200German Culture Studies I
GR - 325GR - 3250German Culture Studies II
GR - 393GR - 3930Special Topics
GR - 410GR - 4010Fluency in German
GR - 415GR - 4150Berlin
GR - 420GR - 4200Modern German Prose
GR - 421GR - 4110Language and Linguistics
GR - 425GR - 4250Business German
GR - 435GR - 4350German Film
GR - 450GR - 4500Courtly Love and Life Portrayed Through Medieval German Literature
GR - 455GR - 4550History of German Language
GR - 460GR - 4600Beginning Middle High German Language
GR - 465GR - 4650Wolfram von Eschenbach's Parzival: Gender, Race, and Otherness
GR - 470GR - 4700The Culture of The Weimar Republic
GR - 475GR - 4750The German Press: Creating a Foreign Language Newspaper
GR - 488GR - 4960SR Inquiry: Research Project
GR - 493GR - 4930Special Topics
GR - 495GR - 4950Senior Residency
GR - 498GR - 4980Adv. Independent Study
GR - 501GR - 5010German for Reading & Translatn


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