A limited number of courses may be repeated. All such courses are designated with an “R” code-R-A, R-E or R-I-at the close of the course description, which specifies limitations governing the accumulation of credit. A number following the repeat model indicates how many times the course may be repeated. For example, “R-E-3” means that the course may be repeated a total of three times. Repeatable models are as follows:
Model A (R-A)
These courses are part of a family. They are separate and distinct courses in a skill-building sequence. Any combination of courses within the family may be taken for the maximum number of times indicated in the course description.
Model E (R-E)
These courses have one course number and title but use a different syllabus each time the course is offered. The course may be taken a specified number of times to afford development through supervised practice or group assignments.
Model I (R-I)
These courses often have a number of versions with varying unit values. A student may repeat the course up to a maximum number of units as specified in the course description in the catalog.
The course may not be repeated.
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