Reading Course Codes
HIST - 1493 - TR01S
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|Subject Category||Course Number||Section Number|
The subject category is a 2-5 letter abbreviation for the subject.
The course number is a 4 number code the distinguishes the courses from each other. The last number in the course number represents the number of credit hours a course it.
The course section number is a 5 digital code that distinguishes each course apart from the other courses being offered that semester.
How to read a Section Number:
The first spot is a letter. This letter represents the entry point for the course:
|E= Early 8 week or Early 4 week (for summer)|
|M= Mid/Late 8 week or 4 week (for summer)|
|F=A 5 week course, 2 Fast Track sessions are held each Fall and Spring.|
|T=Traditional 16 week fall or spring term or 8 week in summer|
|I= Intersession, Classes that meet between regularly scheduled semesters|
The second spot will contain a letter. This letter represents what type of course it will be:
|A= Paired with additional English or Math Lab.|
|B= 2 day Hybrid Courses that meet one day on campus and one over zoom. Some have both A and B sections, on rotation. Others have just one||This class has required scheduled meetings on campus and online. Online work outside of class is required. Reliable internet access is required.|
|D= On campus Hybrid courses that meet either 1 or 2 days||1 Day Hybrid- This class has an expectation for one on-campus meeting per week as well as significant online work. There are due dates for assignments. Access to reliable internet is required.
2 Day Hybrid- This class has an expectation for two on-campus meetings per week as well as significant online work. There are due dates for assignments. Access to reliable internet is required.
|E= Synchronous Zoom Hybrids that meet either 1 or 2 days exclusively on Zoom with an attendance requirement||This class is 100% online with specific scheduled virtual meeting times. Access to reliable internet is required. There is significant work with established deadlines and expectations.|
|H= Concurrent course taught at a High School|
|R= Traditional Lecture Courses that meet 2 days a week, in person, on campus||This class has required meetings on campus. Online work outside of class may be required. Internet access is available on campus.|
|S= Traditional Synchronous Zoom Courses that meet 2 days exclusively on Zoom with an attendance requirement||This class has required scheduled meetings online. Online work outside of class is required. Reliable internet access is required.|
|T= Courses taught at a technology center|
|W= 100% online||This class is 100% online without scheduled meeting times. Access to reliable internet is required. There are established deadlines and expectations.|
- What does asynchronous class mean? Asynchronous learning allows you to learn on your own schedule, within a certain timeframe.
- What is synchronous learning? Synchronous learning means that although you will be learning from a distance, you will virtually attend a class session each week, at the same time as your instructor and classmates.
The third and fourth spots will be numbers. These numbers are used to delineate course sections with similar entry points, types and terms.
The last spot will be a letter. This letter represents the term of the course: