Explanation of Schedule of Courses
Course information is available on the web at http://ulink.louisville.edu
If you are not a current student or are having trouble logging on, the schedule is also available at http://htmlaccess.louisville.edu/classSchedule/setupSearchClassSchedule.cfm
FOR EACH COURSE LISTED, THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION IS PROVIDED:
This is a 4 or 5-digit number uniquely assigned to each class section. Use this number to request a class via the web registration system.
This includes the alphabetic subject abbreviation, catalog number, and section number. For the convenience of the students, a section numbering scheme has been developed for evening, special duration, and special location courses.
The course title may be abbreviated. All course titles beginning with "HON:" are honors courses and require permits to register. Permission can only be obtained in the Honors Program Office.
Credit Hour Values
For variable credit hour courses, the options will be printed. A range of hours will read 3.0-6.0 indicating that the course is available for 3.0, 4.0, 5.0, or 6.0 hours.
Meeting days are indicated by M=Mon., T=Tues., W=Wed., R=Thur., F=Fri., S=Sat., U=Sun.
Class Meeting Times
Start time, end time with AM or PM after the end time.
If a second or third meeting time is scheduled, day, time, building, and room will be printed in full on a separate line.
Class Meeting Dates
Dates will be listed for each meeting time of a class.
Buildings are indicated by a two-letter code followed by the room number. Consult the Building Abbreviations List.
Notes may be printed after a school, department, or course section. These include course fees and registration restrictions. These notes apply to all students.
Section Numbers in the Fall and Spring Semesters
taught over the internet
taught on television
taught via satellite over KTLN
Additional distance education courses
meet at 4:30 p.m. or later, or Saturday and Sunday classes that do not follow the Weekend Classes special calendar
meet at Fort Knox
meet at Shelby Campus
meet at other off-campus sites
are Weekend classes
During Summer, courses are taught in many established and special terms. As a scheduling aid, section numbers (the last two digits of the course numbers) have been generally assigned to correspond to the terms in which the classes are offered.
Section Numbers - Summer
Courses Offered in Term I or Beginning in Term I
Courses Offered in Term II or Beginning in Term II
Courses Offered in Term III or Beginning in Term III
Courses Offered in the Speed School Term
Courses Offered in the Kent School Term
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Always refer to the printed dates next to each course listing.