For Continuing Education and Workforce Development Classes please access their Course Schedule.
For important curriculum class registration information, please access the Semester Guide.
An explanation about section numbers, prerequisites, and corequisites can be found below links to the class schedules.
Spring Semester 2015 Classes
|B Term Classes:||Courses that start after the semester begins (Web page)|
|Pioneer Pass Search:||Search for sections using Pioneer Pass|
|Search for Sections:||ALL CLASSES - Except DMA - (Web page)|
|Search for Sections:||Developmental Math (DMA) Courses (Web page)|
|Search for Sections:||Internet / Hybrid Classes- Except DMA - (Web page)*|
|*All Internet and Hybrid courses require mandatory activities be completed on deadline or else you will be dropped from the class. Details are included in the document linked above.
|Search for Sections:||Seated / On Campus Classes Only (Webpage)|
COLOR CODING for WEBPAGE SCHEDULES:
RED = Closed Classes
BLUE = Low Availability
Section Number Explanation
|01-19||Traditional Courses – 100% of instruction is delivered in face-to-face sessions in a seated environment.|
|21-39||Hybrid Courses – Instruction uses a combination of online information delivery and face to face class meetings.|
|41-60||Internet Courses – 100% of instruction is delivered online. Please refer to the Internet/Hybrid Students section of the Semester Guide for important deadlines.|
|41OPT-60OPT||Internet Courses – 100% of instruction is delivered online with optional on-campus meetings available.|
|61-70||Courses with irregular meeting times.|
|A–||“A” Term Courses|
|B–||“B” Term Courses|
|C–||Designates Course for Career & College Promise (CCP)|
|E–||Designates Evening Courses|
|M–||Designates “Module” for Developmental Courses|
|WB–||Web Assisted Courses – Primary delivery is via traditional face-to-facemethod with a requirement that students have Internet access as asupplemental part of the course.|
Some courses offered have required Prerequisites and/or Corequisites. Definitions of both requirements can be found at the beginning of the course descriptions in the General Catalog. Each prerequisite and corequisite is printed in bold with the course description, also located in the back section of the catalog. Enrolling into a class without the appropriate pre/corequisite will result in the DELETION OF THIS COURSE from your schedule.
- Any student registering for hybrid courses runs the risk of being dropped if it is found that the mandatory on-campus meetings conflict with other courses on the schedule.
- Some traditional daytime and evening courses may require supplemental work to be completed online.
- Please refer to your registration statement or the online schedule for class locations.
For help, call Student Services at (828) 448-6046. We look forward to seeing you in class!!