Schedule of Classes
The Schedule of Classes is available on this page in PDF form. The Schedule of Classes for current and future terms can be accessed by clicking on the appropriate link below. For the Schedule of Classes for past terms, see the Historical Record of Schedule of Classes link. Acrobat Reader is required to view this version of the Schedule of Classes. If you do not have Acrobat Reader, you can download it from the Adobe website.
Please Note: Course offerings are subject to change due to budgetary restrictions or other contingencies. No class or section will be continued or offered if the enrollment does not meet minimum University requirements at the end of the registration period. A minimum enrollment of ten students in undergraduate sections and five students in graduate sections is required unless prior written authorization has been received from the Office of the Vice President for Instruction.
For information regarding important dates for each semester (registration dates, final exam dates, payment deadlines, and the Academic Calendar), please see Calendars.
- Spring 2014 Schedule of Classes
- Summer 2014 Schedule of Classes
- Fall 2014 Schedule of Classes - NEW please see below
- Historical Record of Schedule of Classes
Please see below for explanations on the above Schedules of Classes. The transition to a new student system has changed the schedule of classes starting with Fall 2014.
Fall 2014 (Athena the new online registration system)
Once Athena goes live (in early to mid April 2014) a real time searchable schedule of classes will be available to students, faculty and staff.
SUBJECT, COURSE NO, TITLE, and DEPARTMENT appear in the gray band.
SUBJECT: The course identifier consisting of a four-letter code for the discipline of the course. The Subject and Course Number make up the identifier for a course.
COURSE NO: A four-digit designation for the course. A single letter suffix follows some courses.
· An L after the four-digit course number designates a lab.
· An H after the four-digit course number designates an honors course.
· A W after the four-digit course number designates a writing intensive course.
· An S after the four-digit course number designates a service learning course.
TITLE: Title of the course listed under SUBJECT and COURSE NO. Often abbreviated; see the current UGA Bulletin for full title and course description.
DEPARTMENT: Lists the department to which the course belongs.
CRN (Course Reference Number): The five-digit designation for a specific section of a course being offered. This is the number you may use to register directly for the course section in Athena. Please note: If there is no CRN at the beginning of a particular row, the CRN is listed on the row above it. This would indicate multiple rooms and/or days and times for the course section. CRN 84955 shown in the picture above is an example of multiple times and days.
SEC (Section): This is an optional field used by departments to uniquely identify individual sections of the same course.
STAT (STATUS): Indicates the registration status of the class.
· A= Active (available for registration)
· I= Inactive (not being offered this semester)
· C= Cancelled
I and C status courses are not open for registration even if they are not crossed out.
CREDIT HRS (Hours): The number of credit hours awarded for the course. The range of numbers indicated the minimum and maximum credits available. When the minimum and maximum numbers are different, this indicates that the course is offered for variable credit hours. Students should check with the instructor and their advisor for the number of hours for which to register.
DAYS: U= Sunday, M=Monday, T=Tuesday, W=Wednesday, R=Thursday, F= Friday, S=Saturday
TIME: Listed are both the start and end times for the course. All times are listed by the 24 hour clock.
BLDG (Building)/ROOM: A four-digit code for the building in which the class meets, plus a four or five alpha/digit code for the classroom in that building. For example, 0250 0113 means room 113 in building 0250 (Joseph E. Brown Hall), located as shown on the Campus Map.
CAMPUS: This listing specifies on which UGA campus the class is being held. Online indicates that the section meets online while Athens indicates the course meets on the Athens campus.
INSTRUCTOR: The last name of the primary faculty member teaching the course. A blank usually indicates that a specific instructor has yet to be designated.
PART OF TERM: A set of dates within the larger semester. To view a list of all the parts of term and dates for each please visit Parts of Term.
CLS SIZE (Class Size): Number of seats scheduled to be offered in the course section.
SEATS AVL (Seats Available): The number of seats still available for registration in the course section.
Spring and Summer 2014 (OASIS)
A searchable version of the schedule of classes is available in OASIS. The OASIS version can be viewed after signing into OASIS as a student or from the oasisweb.uga.edu page where no sign in is required. To view the Schedule of Classes without signing in click on Schedule of Classes link under Important Information and above troubleshooting. Or, from within OASIS, one can click on the Registration Main Menu and then View Courses Offered. The OASIS versions are real time, thus providing you with the most accurate information.
Courses taught at one of the Extended Campuses (Gwinnett, Buckhead, Griffin, Tifton) as well as Studies Abroad/Field Experiences, and U.S. Field Studies (INSV) are located at the end of the Schedule of Classes and are labeled accordingly.
For summer semester, the session a class takes place in will be listed underneath the call number. Classes take place in the Thru Term unless otherwise noted.
Course Listings Guide
Course: The course identifier consists of a four letter code for the department offering the course, plus a four digit designation for the course. A single letter suffix follows some courses.
• An E after the four-digit course number designates that over 50% of instruction for the course is outside of the classroom.
• An L after the four-digit course number designates a lab. With few exceptions, students must also register for the corresponding lecture.
• An H after the four-digit course number designates an Honors course.
• A D after the four-digit course number designates a discussion. Students must also register for the corresponding lecture.
• Other letters may be used to more specifically designate a course.
Call#: The five-digit designation for a specific section of a course being offered. This is the number you must use to register for the course on the Register or Adjust Schedule screen in OASIS. Admission to courses whose Call#s have been replaced by a code, such as POD or POH, is restricted. Students must receive permission of the department offering the course or permission of the Honors program to register for these courses.
Time: Letters following the times are A (am) and P (pm); AR = to be arranged; VR = no specific time will be set. Contact the academic department offering course for more information about times shown as AR and VR.
Course Title: Often abbreviated; see the current UGA Bulletin for full title and course description.
Days: M = Monday; T = Tuesday; W = Wednesday; R = Thursday; F = Friday; S =Saturday; U = Sunday; AR = to be arranged; VR = no specific days will be set; D = Daily. Contact the academic department offering course for more information about days shown as AR and VR.
Instructor: Self explanatory; the term STAFF usually indicates that a specific instructor has not yet been designated.
Credit Hours: The number of credit hours awarded for the course. If a range of numbers appears (for example, 01 - 15) the course is offered for variable credit hours. Students should check with the instructor and their advisor for the number of hours for which to register.
BLDG/RM: A four-digit code for the building in which the class meets (see Campus Map and Directory), plus a four-digit code for the classroom in that building. For example, 0250-0113 means room 113 in Building 0250 (Joseph E. Brown Hall), located as shown on the Campus Map; AR = to be arranged; VR = no specific bldg/room will be set. Contact the academic department offering course for more information about locations shown as AR and VR.
HC: Handicapped accessibility to classrooms: N = Non-accessible; P = Ambulatory; T = Wheelchair accessible; U = Unknown.
CLS SZ: Class size. Number of seats scheduled to be offered for the class.
Please note: When viewing the Schedule of Classes in OASIS, two additional fields will be displayed:
RES: Restriction(s) This field will contain any registration restrictions for the course (other than pre- or co-requisites). Restrictions may include:
POD: Permission of Department
POH: Permission of Honors (the Honors Program)
POM: Permission of Major
POS: Permission of School
LCOM: Permission of Learning Communities Program
A = Active (available for registration)
F = Full