Quick question about lower division clasess

<p>Hi guys, I'm an incoming freshman who simply wants to know if lower division courses can only be taken by students with lower division standing (eg lower than 90 units)</p>

<p>Is this the case? </p>


<p>Nope. Anyone can take it.</p>

<p>Thx andrew, btw do you know if upper-division core reqs. for a major must be completed before you can take any upper-div elective(s) to satisfy major reqs?</p>


<p>Only some upper-division courses have pre-requisites. This information will be stated when you register for classes as well as your department course catalog.</p>

<p>Ok, so as long as you have the prereqs. For upper-division class, you can take your upper-division classes in any order you like?</p>

<p>Yes, so long as you have the prerequisites needed for the class (listed in the UCSD course catalog). This applies for ANY class (lower division or upper division).</p>

<p>^ It's not always enforced, though. I was able to register for chem 140A and take it concurrently with chem 6C, even though chem 6C is a prereq for 140A.</p>

<p>astrina, concurrent enrollment is now restricted (I think that change was instituted in 2008?).</p>

<p>oh lordy, i'm old :(</p>

<p>You're totally a super senior in grad school!</p>

<p>super super senior! graduating next april!</p>

<p>Fly me out for the defense!</p>