A cross-listed course is really one course offered under two or more discipline headings. Courses may also be cross-listed without maintaining multiple records by choosing one discipline and listing multiple teaching disciplines for that record.
Example 1: A cross-listed course can be offered under both Humanities and Music, resulting in two Course Outlines of Record (CORs), each with the teaching disciplines (minimum qualifications) of Humanities or Music.
Example 2: The same course could be offered only under Humanities (or Music), with teaching disciplines of Humanities or Music. This results in one COR that faculty from multiple disciplines can teach.
Note that cross-listing does not give faculty equivalency in the cross-listed field: In our example, music faculty could teach the cross-listed Humanities course, but not other Humanities courses.
For cross-listed courses, ensure the following: