Use the Class Schedule to find classes for the courses in which you intend to enrol.
- You must plan a schedule of classes that is free of conflicts. Please refer to information on Time Conflicts .
- Also note whether the classes you are selecting require registration in a laboratory section.
Class Schedule Term
All Class Schedule searches begin with a selection of a Term.
Select the term in which you wish to enrol in classes. If you want to search for classes in another term, return to the Class Schedule Term page and initiate a search in the other term.
If you are looking for a one term course (eg. 3 credit hours), you need to search by each term to see all available classes (search Fall Term, Winter Term or Summer Term).
Courses that span over two terms (for example, 6 credit hour courses) are split into two class sections, Part A in one term and Part B in the next term. Spanned courses are identified by a section comment. When registering for a spanned course, you will register for Part A only. Part B will automatically be added to your registration in the next term. Note that the credit hour value of spanned courses in the Schedule will be half the normal value that appears in the Catalog. e.g. 6 cr hours in the Catalog; 3 cr hours on each part of the course in Schedule)
Search by Subject
All searches in the Class Schedule begin with the selection of a Subject. For a description of the course numbering system and the subject areas, please see the Course Catalog for information.
Hint: If you would like to search for courses in more than one subject at once, while searching the Course Catalog or the Class Schedule, press and hold the Ctrl or Command key while selecting subjects you wish to include in your search.
- Only courses that are offered during the Term you selected will appear in the results of your class search. If you want to see courses in another Term, you’ll need to perform another search using that Term.
- You MUST include a Subject in each search.
- You may include more than one subject.
- You may select a subject and enter the four digit course number if you know the course you are looking for.
- e.g. If your are looking for MATH 1500, Introduction to Calculus, select the subject Mathematics and enter 1500 in the course number field.
- If you are searching for courses within a specific course level, enter just the first digit of the level you are looking for.
- e.g. To search for 3000 level courses in one or more subjects, select the subjects and enter 3 in the course number field. The search results will include only 3000 level courses in the subject you selected.
- You may search for courses based by campus. Campus is normally used to indicate a specific course delivery program or location. Note the following campus choices: Main (Fort Garry & Bannatyne), Distance Education, Campus Manitoba, Inter-University Services (formerly IUN), Summer Session, CUSB (St. Boniface College), Off Campus, and the William Norrie Centre.
- Note enrolment in some Campuses are restricted to students associated with programs offered through the campus: CUSB, Campus Manitoba, Inter University Services, William Norrie Centre.
- Search by Part of Term to find courses offered in a specific period of time. Agriculture Diploma courses, Distance Education, and courses that span two terms.
- Search for courses taught by a specific instructor.
- Search by Class Type: e.g. Lecture, Lab, Practicum, Field Work, Thesis, Travel Study.
- If you are searching for courses that meet a specific requirement, for example the university Written English requirement, use the search by ‘Attribute’ field.
- You can also search for courses that are offered in specific times. Choose start and end times and days of the week.
Understanding Class Schedules
When viewing the classes retrieved by your search, you will see:
- Course title – CRN – Section number
- The CRN is the Course Registration Number. Use this number to register for courses in Aurora Student.
- Note: most lecture sections are ‘A’ sections, labs are ‘B’ sections.
- Section comments indicate such information as whether you must choose a lab, if the course is one part of a spanned course, and when the mid-term exam is scheduled.
- Registration dates indicate the first day and the last day the course is available for registration. Note that you may only register on or after your registration time.
- The associated levels of the course (whether the course is applicable to undergraduate or graduate level study).
- If an online course syllabus (or outline) is available, a link to Syllabus will appear.
- Schedule Type is used to indicate the faculty or school offering the class.
- To view more course detail, click on the title and course number link. Detailed information will display the space available in the class and inform you on whether the class is restricted to a specific group of students, by campus, faculty (college), major, etc.
Note: when viewing classes in your search results, be sure to scroll to the bottom of the pages to ensure that you see all results.