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A term is also known as a semester.

Class searches
return class info such as times and days offered. Browse the Course
Catalog to get course info.

The three-digit catalog
number for a course. Example: 101

This narrows your search
by a range of catalog numbers. For example, if you search for 'Upper
division', it will only return courses with a number between 300 and
499.

If the search type
selected is 'open classes' or 'all classes', this narrows the search by
the location where the class meets. If the search type is 'Course
catalog', this narrows the search by the campus that 'owns' the course.

Use this to select course offerings
for either campus-based students (including iCourses) or ASU Online students.

Use this to narrow your search to classes based on the number of units (also known as credits).

L
Literacy and Critical Inquiry

MA
Mathematical Studies

CS
Computer/Statistics/Quantitative Applications

HU
Humanities, Arts and Design

SB
Social-Behavioral Sciences

SQ
Natural Science – Quantitative

SG
Natural Science – General

C
Cultural Diversity in the U.S.

G
Global Awareness

H
Historical Awareness

Some courses fulfill general studies requirements that are required for earning a degree at ASU.

Keyword searches will look for results with that phrase in the subject name, class title, instructor, and 5 digit class number.

Each class in a term has a unique five-digit class number.
Example: 72992

Search by courses offered by a college.

Search by courses offered
by a department.

Search by
instructor's last name. Example: "Atkinson"

Narrow your search
by checking the days you can attend class.

This class has an
additional course component required, such as a Lab, Lecture,
Discussion, Field Studies, Integrated Lecture/Lab, Practicum,
Recitation, Research, Seminar, Studio or Thesis Research

This class has open
seats.

This class has no
open seats.

Seats in this class have been reserved for
students in specified programs, majors or class blocks. Click on the class title for details.

Seats in this class have been reserved for
students in specified programs, majors or class blocks.

Combined
classes are classes taught at the same time and place. Some combined
classes are equivalent. Check with your advisor for more info.

Class blocks are
classes grouped together for registration purposes; search results will
only display class blocks available to you.

Checking this box limits
your search to honors-only classes and classes that have been
identified to offer an Honors Enrichment Contract

This class has
multiple meeting dates. See class details for the meeting date ranges.

Narrow your search by
entering the time of day you can attend class. For example, enter 9:00am
to 3:00pm.

Example: 9:00am.

Example: 3:00pm.

This narrows your
search to allow you to select a class offered in a particular session
within the term.

Use this to select course offerings for either campus-based students (including iCourses) or ASU Online students.

Project-based learning where students gain knowledge and skills by investigating a specific problem or challenge.