General Education Or Liberal Arts Courses: Those courses designed to place emphasis on cognitive development rather than on vocational objective, and may include courses such as English, history, philosophy, literature, religion, art, music, sociology, foreign languages, humanities, mathematics, chemistry, biology, and psychology, when such courses are not specifically designed to contribute toward a non-academic program. For example, English Composition is considered a general education or liberal arts course, but Business English is not.

Graduate Student: A student enrolled in a master certificate of advanced graduate study, specialist, or doctor program, not including candidates for first professional degrees. An unclassified student whose enrolment in classes at the graduate level constitutes more than half of course load is also considered a graduate student.