"Current Year Courses" Section Question

<p>1) Are you only supposed to list the department and course number or the actual title of the course? For example, for a philosophy course, would I write the course title "Introduction To Ethics," "Phil 112," or "Philosophy 112." </p>

<p>2) Also,my school does not have a credit system, you only have to take 4 courses a semester. Does this mean that each course is one credit, or should I just not mention credits?</p>

<p>3) Finally, my school has an ungraded term during January when you only take one class. Should I even list this class? If so, should it be under the first semester section?</p>

<p>Thanks!</p>

<p>1) I can assure you that they are really not that picky; as long as they can figure out what class it is, you're good. For example, this is what I did.</p>

<p>Reading, Writing & Composition (WRIT 1A) 5 credits
Elementary Statistics (MATH 10) 5 credits</p>

<p>2) I would list next to each course that it is 1 credit.</p>

<p>3) I would list it, then explain further in the "Additional Information" section of the Common App.</p>

<p>Hey redwings532 sorry, I just wanted to let you know that the way you did it will probably cause the titles to be cut off in the actual form. Print preview and check. </p>

<p>Since all of my course titles are too long, I think I'll just put the subject and the number. That's fine, right? And would doing so be better than just putting the course titles?</p>

<p>You're right. I just checked, and on a few lines, the word "credit" was cut off. But they could still see the "5" or "4", so they would know how many credits it is. Shouldn't be a big deal, so if I were you, I wouldn't worry about it much either.</p>