Represents the length and weeks a class meets. Regular sessions of full Fall and Spring terms are coded as A1. Courses meeting less than the full semester and summer term have a 3-letter code representing the Begin week, Span, and weeks of Instruction. Review this page for more details and to view all available session codes for a given term.
Never change session codes on existing sections. Instead, delete or cancel section & re-add section in correct session.
Every class is identified with a 3 digit Class Section number assigned by the user. Use the following class section numbers:
001 -299 Range 1: primary component type
301 - 599 Range 2: second component type
601 - 899 Range 3: third component type
Never change an existing class section number. Never repeat section numbers on the same course, even if they are in different sessions.
Identifies the type of instruction for a sectional examples include: Lecture, Discussion, Lab, Seminar, Field, or Independent Study. Use the lookup icon to determine which components are available to select for a given course.
Contact Curricular Services if a course does not have the correct component, or if an additional component is needed.
||Identifies an Enrollment Section or Non-Enrollment Section. For an enrollment package of lectures and discussions, the section that is the enrollment section is identified as ‘Enrollment Section.’ Usually only one of the component types is identified as ‘Enrollment Section;’ the other component types are ‘Non-Enrollment Section.’
A unique number assigned to an enrollment package. Discussions, labs, and lectures that are packaged together have unique Associated Class numbers. Associated Class number ‘ 9999’ is a wildcard.
Tip: Usually the Association Number matches the Class Section Number.
||Number of units (credits) this section can be taken for. If the course has a credit range (e.g. 3-4 cr) determine if it should be scheduled for a fixed credit range, and edit this on Adjust Class Associations.
||Method of instruction. Select from P: Classroom instruction, WC: Online (some classroom), or WO: Online only. For more details, review the Mode-of-instruction descriptions.
||Check this field for the course to appear in the Course Search & Enroll app.
|Student Specific Permissions
||If the field is checked, Student Specific Permissions may be set up. If unchecked, General Permissions may be set up.
|Course Topic ID
||Each Course Topic established for the particular course has a unique ID. The title of the topic displays after selecting the ID and tabbing out of the field. Select look up button to view selections. If you are scheduling a topics course, click the lookup icon to view the topics available for the given course. Select the topic from the list. Review Add a New Topic if you need to add a topic to the course.
||Section-specific course attributes (e.g. TRFR, GE)
|Course Attribute Value
||Additional course attribute details (e.g. Communication Part B, Transfer Section)