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What is the difference between 300- and 400-level courses

Last Updated: Jul 01, 2015  |  168 Views
 
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Hello: The 300 and 400 course designations are not tied to difficulty but rather indicate the level at which the courses are taken 300 for undergraduate level juniors and 400 for undergraduate students at the senior level. Many times there are exemptions to who can take what course when. Most Community College classes are 100 and 200 level.

 

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