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SEP - Course Catalog

Student Educational Planning — Course Catalog

 

The Course Catalog tab shows course, section and location information for all courses groups by subject. If this view, you can search for a course and add to the Timeline

 

1. Click on the Course Catalog tab  
2. Scroll through the list and select the subject that you are looking for by clicking on the subject name  

3. Once you select the subject, you will see a list of courses within that subject. At this time you can either:

  1. Add the course to your Plan/Timeline
  2. View available sections to register for in the current semester
 

4. Add Course to Plan

  • When you click on this, another window will appear and ask you to select a Term to add the course to
  • Once you have selected the term by using the drop down menu, click Add Course to Plan
  • You can then click on the Timeline tab and see the course that you added

5. View Available Sections

  • When you click on this you will see the sections that are available for the current semester
  • Click on the Add Section to Schedule button to add to the current schedule
 
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