The course catalog is the collection of courses university departments can offer during a given term. The catalog includes non-term-specific information such as course name, units, description and cross listed courses. The University Registrar’s Office maintains the course catalog within the Student Information System (SIS).
To add new courses to the catalog or make changes to existing courses, faculty and staff use the Course Action Form.
The General Bulletin is a timely collection of the university's departments, degree programs and requirements, as well as a catalog of courses departments can offer during a given term. The catalog of courses comes directly from the course catalog (above) in SIS.
Schedule of Classes
The schedule of classes is created each term based on the previous like term. It includes term-specific information such as class number, days and times of class meetings, building, room number and instructor. Individual departments maintain the class schedule for their unit within the Student Information System (SIS). This schedule generates the classes available for student registration in SIS.
Detailed information (including how to gain access) can be found on Schedule of Classes Administration.
There is also a public Class Search which can be viewed by anyone, also generated from the schedule of classes (above) in SIS.
Program action is required when creating new or requesting changes to an existing degree/program/university certificate/major, concentration/track/field of study, dual degree or minor (undergraduate).
To request program action, faculty and staff use the Program Action Form.