You can search for a course by using one or more of the boxes displayed on the search page. Remember to click the RESET SEARCH FORM button between searches to ensure that no selections have been carried over from your prior search, unless you wish to further refine a current search.
For example, if you know the department prefix, (for example LAST or TIDE), or CRN, you can type either in the course box then click “search all courses”. Or if you know the title, or part of the title, type it in the title box and click the search ALL COURSES button.
Type LAST in the course box. You get three pages of results. You can refine this search by finding classes offered only on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday by clicking on the corresponding check boxes and then clicking on the search ALL COURSES button again. You can further refine the same search by selecting the status of “open” and click search ALL COURSES button once again.
Each time you perform a new search and click the search ALL COURSES button, you will automatically be guided to the search results tab displaying your most recent search results.
Another way to search for courses is by using the subject area and curriculum requirements scroll down menus. You can select a subject area, curriculum requirement, or both, and click the search ALL COURSES button. The search can be further refined by selecting other search options on the search page.
Remember when starting a new search click the RESET SEARCH FORM button between searches to ensure that no selections have been carried over from your prior search.