How to Read a Schedule

Schedule Information

 

This information is intended to help you better understand your schedule. If you need further assistance, please stop at the Registrar's Office, Knapp Hall, room 100/101 or see your academic advisor.


The schedule lists the courses you are scheduled to take by day(s) of the week and start and end time. It also list's the course instructor and class location by building and room number.

 

Example:

 

P/T 

Subject 

Num 

Sec

Title

CR

Days

Start

End

Bldg

Room

Instructor

1

CHEM

111

ASR

General Chemistry I (C)

3

T R

8:00AM

9:15AM

WH

100

Brabetz,
Barbara

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • The P/T column refers to the part of term in which a course is offered. P/T 1 is a full semester course. Please see the important dates and deadlines posted on the Registrar's Web page for an explanation of the parts of term.
  • The Subject code is four characters which are defined in the chart below.
  • The Num column lists the course number.
  • The Sec column lists the section designation of the course you are registered for.
  • The Title column lists the official course title.
  • The CR column lists the number of credits assigned to the course.
  • The Days column contains the days of the week you will attend that course.
    M = Monday; T = Tuesday; W = Wednesday; R = Thursday; F = Friday and S = Saturday.
  • The Start and End columns are the times that the course begins and ends.
  • The Bldg column contains the building designations which are explained below.
  • The Room column contains the room number where your course is being held.
  • The Instructor column contains the name of the instructor for the course.
Abbreviations for courses are as follows:
African American Studies AAMS
Accounting ACCT
Agricultural Business AGBU
Agricultural Education AGED
Agronomy AGRN
Agricultural Science AGSC
American Sign Language AMSL
Animal Science ANSC
Anthropology ANTH
Arabic ARAB
Arts ARTS
Business Administration BADM
Biological Sciences BIOL
Culinary Arts CAHT
Chemistry CHEM
Chinese CHIN
Computer Information Systems CITA
Communications COMM
Early Childhood ECHD
Economics ECON
Emergency Medical Science EMSC
English ENGL
Engineering Science ENGR
Environmental Health ENHT
Environmental ENVR
English as a Second Language ESOL
Foundations for College Success FFCS
French FREN
Financial Services Management FSMA
Fisheries and Wildlife FWLD
Graphic Arts & Design GART
Geographical Information Systems GIST
Government GOVT
History HIST
Honors HONR
Hotel Technology HOTL
Humanities HUMS
Japanese JAPN
Journalism JOUR
Language LANG
Mathematics MATH
Marketing, Hospitality & Tourism MKHT
Music MUSC
Agricultural Engineering AGEN
Native American Studies NAMS
Nutrition NTRN
Ornamental Horticulture ORHT
Orientation Seminar OSEM
Phys Education, Rec & Sports Studies PERS
Physical Education PHED
Philosophy PHIL
Physics PHYS
Physical Sciences PSCI
Psychology PSYC
Recreational Land Management RECM
Russian RUSS
Sociology SOSC
Spanish SPAN
Sustainability SUST
Travel & Resort Marketing TRAV
Abbreviations for Academic Buildings
AH Animal Husbandry
AL Alumni Hall
BH Bouck Hall
CC Child Care Center
CEST Ctr. Environ. Science & Tech.
CH Champlin Hall
CM Curtis-Mott Hall
DB Dairy Barn
FH Field House
FR Frisbie Hall
HATCH Fish Hatchery
HE Home Economics
HH Hodder Hall
WH Wheeler Hall
HO Holmes Hall
KN Kniskern House
LRC Library
MP Meat Processing
OFFCAM Off Campus
OG Old Gym
ONLINE Online Course
PH Prentice Hall
PRIMY Off Campus- Primary School
SP Swimming Pool
WA Warner Hall

 

For a complete description of courses, consult the College Catalog

 
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