Courses for Audit

The College of Arts and Sciences opens the majority of its courses to auditors. Visit theSearchable Schedule of Classes to see what is being offered. Use the drop-down menu to select "Arts and Sciences" in the "College" field.

You will also want to use the Searchable Schedule of Classes to track enrollment and check on your classroom location. Click here for a list of courses which are NOT open to auditors.


How to Use the Searchable Schedule of Classes

Below is a sample entry from the Searchable Schedule of Classes . The blue number in parentheses under the heading "Section" is the Class Number.  You will need this number for your registration form.   Clicking on the blue Class Number will bring up the course detail.  ANTH 103 is the course code, "Introduction to Human Evolution" is the course title.  The term is Fall 2009. The class meets Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10:00-11:15 a.m.  The instructor is Cynthia Beall.  There is a 70 student limit on this class and 34 students have signed up. The class location is Wickenden building room 322. The days of the week are MWTRF (R=Thursday).

Classes that fill with regular students cannot accommodate auditors. However, auditors will be assigned to classes for which there is available space on a first-come policy, based on the postmarked date of their registration materials.

All prerequisites apply. Please contact instructor with questions about prerequisites. Clicking on the instructor's name in blue will bring up his or her email address. 





Days & Times

ANTH 103 -Introduction to Human Evolution



10:00AM - 11:15AM

Room (Capacity)


Meeting Dates

Enrl Cap

Enrl Total

Wickenden Bldg.
322 (90)

Cynthia Beall





Codes for Subjects Offered by the College of Arts and Sciences

AMST American Studies

HSTY History

ANTH Anthropology

INTL International Studies

ARTS Art Studio

ITAL Italian

ARAB Arabic

JAPN Japanese

ASIA Asian Studies

JDST Judaic Studies

ASTR Astronomy

LATN Latin

BIOL Biology

MATH Mathematics

CHEM Chemistry

MUSC Music

CHIN Chinese

PHIL Philosophy

CHST Childhood Studies

PHYS Physics

CLSC Classics

POSC Political Science

COGS Cognitive Science

PSCL Psychology

COSI Communication Sciences

RLGN Religion

DANC Dance

RUSN Russian

ENGL English

SOCI Sociology

ETHS Ethnic Studies

SPAN Spanish

FRCH French

STAT Statistics

GEOL Geology

THTR Theater

GREK Greek

WLIT World Literature

GRMN German

WMST Women's Studies

HBRW Hebrew