Prior to the start of classes each session, students must register for courses according to instructions published on the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) website. To be eligible to register, a new or re-admitted student (one who has not enrolled during the previous two years) must have completed all admissions information. Prior to registering, students should seek assistance from an academic adviser within his/her college. Some colleges and departments require advising prior to registering. Every student is encouraged to review the requirements for their intended degree objective with an assigned academic adviser. This review should be scheduled in preparation for and prior to each registration.
Students who have outstanding debts or fees owed to the University will not be permitted to register until these obligations have been met. Academically suspended students may not register for additional course work until an application for reinstatement has been filed with their collegiate dean and approved. Due to limited facilities and staff, the University cannot guarantee
that all students will be able to enroll for every course they wish in each semester.
A student’s academic classification is determined by the number of semester hours of academic credit earned.
||Range in Semester Hours
||0 through 26
||27 through 57
||58 through 90
||91 or above
University Credit Courses
All credit courses offered by the University may be applied toward any degree or certificate granted, except as stated by each department.
The system of course numbers is arranged to indicate the level of instruction.
The first figure in each number designates the group to which a course belongs:
||Courses open primarily to freshmen
||Courses open primarily to sophomores
||Courses open primarily to juniors
||Courses open primarily to seniors
||Courses open only to graduate students
For the most current, up to date listing of course descriptions, visit our website at http://registrar.unomaha.edu/courses/. From time to time courses may be added or dropped from a curriculum. All courses listed in this catalog cannot be offered each semester. Some departments indicate in which semester the course is normally offered. While the departments will attempt to follow the guidelines established for periods of course offerings, there is no guarantee
that the course will be offered during the semester indicated. Furthermore, students cannot be guaranteed placement in a course offered during a particular semester.