Revised May 2006
The University of Louisville is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award associate, bachelor, master, specialist, doctoral, and first-professional degrees (D.M.D., J.D., M.D.). Individuals who wish to contact the Commission on Colleges regarding the accreditation status of the university may write the Commission at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097, or call (404) 679-4500.
The University of Louisville reserves the right to change programs of study, academic policies, academic requirements, fees, schedules of courses, procedures for the confirmation of degrees, or the announced academic calendar without prior notice.
The course information provided herein are for the guidance of students. The University, however, reserves the right to change course information without prior notice.
The provisions of this publication do not constitute an express or implied contract between the University and any member of the student body, faculty, or general public.
The University of Louisville is an equal-opportunity institution and does not discriminate against persons because of race, religion, sex, age, handicap, color, citizenship or national origin.
Inquiries or complaints about illegal discrimination including sexual harassment or handicap access can be made to the Affirmative Action director (852–6538) if response from the unit staff is unsatisfactory. The Redbook is the official statement of the organizational structure, the rules of governance and procedures, and university-wide policies of the University of Louisville. If there is any conflict between the policies, procedures or other statements contained within this catalog, the Redbook shall govern. A copy of The Redbook is available electronically on the world-wide web at louisville.edu. – then select: “Faculty/Staff”, “Office of the Provost”, “Administration and Governance”, “Redbook”.
Official copies are maintained by all University Libraries, the Student Government Association Office, the student grievance officer, and the vice president for student affairs. Other policies and information covering students can be found in the Student Handbook. This publication was prepared by the University of Louisville and printed with state funds. KRS 57.375.
Admissions criteria for many of the colleges and schools are reviewed periodically. Students should contact their anticipated unit or the Office of Admissions for information on the requirements in effect at the time of admission.
General Education Requirements
Students should check with their academic advisor concerning the General Education Requirements in effect at the time of their admission.