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I guess this was covered in course descriptions HIST 5399 History of Texas Each course is given a four-character numeric code, called the course number. The first digit denotes the academic level or year in which college-level courses are usually taken. The number ?1? indicates freshman or first-year courses; the number ?2? indicates sophomore or second-year courses. When the first number is ?0? the course is developmental level. The second digit represents the semester credit hour (SCH) value of the course. The third and fourth digits are for departmental sequencing and make the course number unique within the subject area of the department. Consecutive numbers are not always used; however,in general, higher numbers are used for the more advanced courses while lower numbers are used for less advanced courses.