Course sections are arranged in course families identified by letters, then numbers. The families correspond to the courses that can be registered together. For example, a particular lecture may have only certain activities that can be registered with it. Those activities would be identified as part of the course family. In the example below (CHEM 101), the "A" course family identifies the set of course that can be registered together:
Where there are multiple "families" of the same course, you will see "A", "B", "C" etc...
Lectures will have the following identifiers: A 0, A 1, A 2 etc...
Activities will have the following identifiers: A51, A52 etc...
Discussions will have the following identifiers: A01, A02, A03 etc...
A description of the section type is provided for clarity as part of the course title:
ACT = Activity
DIS = Discussion
LEC = Lecture
Courses with multiple parts will display without "family" indicators:
Credit hours ONLY appear on the credit bearing part of a course. It is not unusual for elements of a course to have 0 (zero) credits displaying on the schedule of classes. Looking at the CHEM 101 example above, the lecture will earn 4 credit hours while the related activity will have a 0 (zero) credit value.
General Education and Harpur Writing
General Education and Harpur Writing indicators ONLY appear on the credit bearing part of a course.