I didn't want to start a new thread but this needs clarification. On another thread there is a discussion about whether TESC credits 200 and higher are lower level or upper level. And what constitutes uper vs. lower. Two different opinions have been found about TESC on differnet sites "What is the difference between lower level credit vs. upper level credit? Upper level is supposed to be more difficult than lower level. Usually your lower level courses are introductory or beginning courses, numbered on a transcript with a 100 or 200 or has a 'LL' or 'L' designation. Upper-level is increased difficulty in a more specific area of study, usually numbered 300 or 400 or has a 'UL' or 'U' designation. In a traditional college degree plan, your upper level classes mostly dealt with major-specific topics. The lower-level courses were usually your GenEd requirements." "Upper level credits are defined as any credits over six in the same subject area, even if all of the course have lower-level numbers at the schools at which they are offered. For example, if you are challenging three 3-credit lower-level courses in, say, Baroque Piano, Classical Piano, and Impressionistic Piano, and the catalogue from which you take the course description numbers them MUS 101, MUS 102, MUS 103, don't sweat it - three of those credits will still be considered upper level by TESC." Which is correct regarding TESC (and other schools) Are 100 and 200 level courses LL, and 300,400 upper? Or is the 2nd -any courses over 6 credits in the same subject area regardless of number (100-400)?