Course Schedule

The course schedule can now be found at the SIS course search site. Explore the department links below and then the course title to see the time and description of each course in SIS. Course information is updated in real-time by information received from the academic departments.

  • “TBA” means the meeting time and location of the course will be determined after registration. Please check with the individual department for more information.
  • The schedule includes all KSAS and WSE courses expected to be offered in the semester and is based upon information received from the departments.
  • The course number includes both a departmental and course indicator. The number preceding the decimal identifies the department offering the course.

Course schedules from previous years are available in the archives.

Fall 2024 Schedule

Zanvyl Krieger School of Arts and Sciences

Department CoursesDepartment Code
Agora Institute196
Behavioral Biology
Center for Africana Studies
Center for Economy and Society197
Center for Language Education370, 373, 375, 377-384
Cognitive Science
Comparative Thought and Literature300
Dean's Teaching Fellowship Courses
Earth and Planetary Science
270, 271
East Asian Studies310
Film and Media Studies061
First Year Seminars001
History of Art010
History of Science, Medicine, and Technology140

-Arrive and Thrive

International Studies192
Islamic Studies194
Jewish Studies193
Latin American, Caribbean, and Latinx Studies361
Medicine, Science and Humanities145
Military Science374

Modern Languages & Literatures

- French
- German
- Italian
- Spanish
- Portuguese
- Hebrew and Yiddish

Museums and Society
Near Eastern Studies130-134
Physics and Astronomy170-173
Political Science190-192
Psychological and Brain Sciences200
Public Health Studies280


Theatre Arts225
Women, Gender, and Sexuality363
Writing Program004
Writing Seminars220

Whiting School of Engineering

Department CoursesDepartment Code
Applied Mathematics and Statistics
Biomedical Engineering580
Civil and Systems Engineering
Computer Science
Doctor of Engineering700
Center for Leadership Education660, 661, 662, 663
Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Environmental Health and Engineering
EN First Year Seminar501
General Engineering
Information Security Institute650
Institute for NanoBio Technology670
Materials Science and Engineering510
Mechanical Engineering530

Final Exams

For more information on final exams, view the final exam policy and PDF Document: schedule.

Course Information

The number following the decimal identifies the specific course and has the following significance:

Undergraduate Level Courses

Course NumbersDescription
100-299Lower division courses
300-499Upper division courses

Independent study, Internships or research type courses

Graduate Level Courses

Course NumbersDescription

Courses normally offered for advanced degree programs. Open to undergraduate students only with permission of the instructor.
800-899Graduate level independent study, dissertation, and research courses.

Code Letter

The code letter in parenthesis following each 100-499 course number identifies the broad area of study for the fulfillment of undergraduate distribution requirements.

E - Engineering Science
H - Humanistic Studies
N - Natural Science
Q - Quantitative Studies
S - Social and Behavioral Sciences
W - Writing Intensive

Course Delivery

Course FormatDefinitionLocation
Asynchronous Online All course content delivered online with no set meetings. Students learn same material independently.Online
Asynchronous Online with Some Synchronous Online Most course content delivered online with no set meetings supplemented with some synchronous scheduled sessions.Online
Hybrid Asynchronous and Synchronous Online Course content delivered partially in person and partially online, with both synchronous and asynchronous sessions.Homewood and Online
(this means part of the course is onsite at Homewood AND part of the course is online, even for students who typically attend in-person)
Hybrid In-person and Asynchronous Online Content delivered partially online in an asynchronous manner and partially in-person.Homewood and Online
(this means part of the course is onsite at Homewood AND part of the course is online, even for students who typically attend in-person)
Hybrid In-Person and Synchronous Online Content delivered partially online in a synchronous manner and partially in-person.(this means part of the course is onsite at Homewood AND part of the course is online, even for students who typically attend in-person)
In-Person Both the instructor and the students meet in-person, in a dedicated instructional space.Homewood
In-Person, Live to Classroom Content delivered to students in an instructional space with a remote instructor.Homewood
Synchronous Online Course content delivered online at a specific day/time as noted in the schedule.Online
Synchronous Online with Some Asynchronous Online All course content delivered online at a specific day/time as noted in the schedule with some additional asynchronous sessions.Online

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