Glossary

Definitions

Pre-requisite

pre-requisite is a course that must be successfully completed, a minimum test score achieved, or a specified condition satisfied before a student can enroll in the particular course.

 

Co-requisite

co-requisite is a course that must be taken in the same semester/term – even if it has been taken and passed previously – as the particular course .

 

Concurrent Course

concurrent course is a course that may be eithersuccessfully completed before or may be taken in the same semester/term as the particular course.


Important Note For Financial Aid Recipients:

Please be aware that, in accordance with federal and state regulations, awarded financial aid funds may only be used to pay for courses that are required for a student’s declared major or for courses that are listed as pre-requisites, co-requisites, or concurrent courses of such required courses. In addition, since all 0-level developmental courses are pre-requisites of college-level courses, financial aid funds may be used to pay for up to 30 credits’ worth of these developmental courses.

For more information contact the Financial Aid Office at (973)877-3200