Search criteria can be entered before performing a search. However, it is best to enter as little criteria as possible. Limiting your search to a specific Term and Department is probably the best way to ensure accurate results.
Specify the Year/Term/Subterm for the courses (i.e. Fall 2007, 2007-2008 - Fall - Session AA)
A search can be limited to a specific department (i.e. Accounting, English)
Course Number Range:
A search can be limited to a specific range of course numbers (i.e. 200 to 300)
If a course title is known, a user may specify 'Begins With', 'Ends With', 'Exact Match', or 'Contains' and then enter a portion of or the entire title of the course (i.e. 'Begins With' Visual). Use this search feature with caution - the course title must be exact if searching using the whole title.
If a course code is known, a user may specify 'Begins With', 'Ends With', 'Exact Match', or 'Contains' and then enter a portion of or the entire course code (i.e. 'Begins With' PSY). Use this search feature with caution - the course code must be exact and include all components of the course code. The course code contains special spacing therefore this search method is not recommended.
Users may specify to search for courses within a certain division of the College (i.e. Undergraduate Womens College, School of Graduate Studies)
Users may indicated specific days of the week and times when courses meet. Use this search feature with caution.
Searches may be performed with criteria for one specific faculty member.
Searches may be performed with criteria for one specific campus location.
No search options are available.
Searches may be performed with criteria for classes that are open, full, or both.
Users may indicate the minimum or maximum number of credit hours for a course.
Clicking on the 'Search' button at the bottom of the screen will perform the search.