Course Numbers, Levels, and Credits

The primary purpose of Bethel’s course number system is to identify the intended clientele of each course, its level of content and material, and any necessary course background. CAPS course numbers consist of a 4-letter discipline code, a 3-digit number, and sometimes a 1-letter suffix code.

Master's Level

500–799

Doctoral Level

800-899

Academic Discipline Codes and Descriptions

The discipline code indicates the academic discipline being studied.

Subject Code Description
ATRNAthletic Training
BIOLBiology
BUSNBusiness
COUNCounseling
ECONEconomics
EDUCEducation
GRTGGerontology
HRMAHuman Resource Management
HUSEHuman Services
LEADLeadership Core
NASCNatural Sciences
NURSNursing
ORGLOrganizational Leadership
PHASPhysician Assistant
PHILPhilosophy
PSYCPsychology
SLDRStrategic Leadership
SOCSSociological Studies
SPEDSpecial Education

Suffix Codes and Descriptions 

Subject Code Description
LLaboratory Experience

Note: Bethel University reserves the right to withdraw, modify, or add to the list of courses or the course descriptions printed in this catalog.

 

Graduate Major Codes and Descriptions

Subject Code Description
ATLGAthletic Training Leadership
BUAGBusiness Administration
COUGCounseling
EDUGEducation K-12
GERGGerontology
LHEDLeadership in Higher Education
LKADLeadership in K-12 Administration
MIDWNurse-Midwifery
NEDGNurse Educator
PASGPhysician Assistant
SLDGStrategic Leadership
SPEGSpecial Education
TEAG Teaching

Certificate Codes and Descriptions

Subject Code Description
CAMHChild and Adolescent Mental Health
CGERGerontology
CITLInternational Baccalaureate Certificate in Teaching and Learning
CLDRLeadership Foundations
CNRENurse Educator
CENVClassroom Management: ENVoY

License Program Codes and Descriptions

Subject Code Description
TCKTTeachers of Computer, Keyboarding, and Related Technology Applications
TEAQAdd-On Teaching Licences
TWBLTeacher Coordinator of Work-based Learning