Edit Course Offering
Most of the information that you enter in the Edit Course Offering screen has to match the course catalog.
Course number editable by those whose role has the appropriate permissions
The title for the course
If there are course types defined, a course type can be selected from a drop down. See Course Types page for more details.
Schedule of Classes Note
The note that will be displayed in the schedule book as a note for the whole course
The type of consent that is required
Options: None (leave the "Select..." there), Consent of Department, Consent of Instructor. See Offering Consent Types page for more details.
Options: Arrange Hours, Fixed Unit, Variable Min/Max, Variable Range
In most cases the Credit is Fixed Unit
Variable credit type: E-Equivalent; C-Continuing Education Units; M-Masters; P-PhD Thesis
Credit Unit Type
Indicates time frame for credit hour awarded
Units and Max Units
Amount of Credit awarded for the Course
For fixed credit courses, the single credit associated with the course will be listed in the Units field
For variable credit courses, e.g., credit 1-5, the first value in the range will be listed in the Units field and the ending value for the range will be listed in the Max Units field
Fractional Increments Allowed
Any course that has variable credit can be taken for fractional credit, e.g., if credit range is 1-5, an individual could make arrangements to earn 2.5 credits
Editable only by administrators
See Course Credit for more details.
Take Course Demands from Offering
For a new course (a course that has not been offered last-like semester), you can optionally select an existing course offering from the drop down menu to indicate the new course is expected to enroll the same or similar set of students as the selected course. This information is used in the timetabling to reflect potential student conflicts.
Useful when you are renumbering a course - the new number is ME 443, but you know that this course will be taken by the same students as ME 495T in the past - in that case, you will select ME 495T in the drop down.
For majority of your courses, you will not be using this drop down
A list of instructors (from the department to which the course belongs) who will be able to provide the consent of instructor required for the course
Click to delete the coordinator on the same line
Click to add another line with the drop down list of possible coordinators
By Reservation Only
A checkbox indicating whether it is possible to enter the course without meeting its reservation criteria (if checked, only students meeting reservations will be allowed to enroll into the offering)
These deadlines are used to control enrollment during online student scheduling (both via scheduling assistant and wait-list). The defaults are set on the academic session (Edit Academic Session), but can be overridden on each instructional offering.
Deadlines are given in the number of weeks, relative to the class start (weeks start on the day of the session begin date).
Requests / Notes
A note that schedule managers can use to describe the scheduling needs for the course. This can be used to document why certain things are/were being configured for the course.
The department funding the classes for this course if they are funded by a department other than the department which is funding the subject area.
This column is not visible by default. To enable this column the unitime.courses.funding_departments_enabled application property must be set to true.
Set whether wait-listing for the instructional offering follows the default wait-listing value set via the unitime.offering.waitListDefault application property or is Enabled or Disabled.
If there are override types defined, it is possible to mark which of the override types students are prohibited from requesting for the course offering. See Override Types page for more details.
Save changes and go back to the Instructional Offering Detail screen.
Go back to the Instructional Offering Detail screen without saving any changes.
Course number format is controlled by the regular expression in the tmtbl.courseNumber.pattern application property. If the validation fails, the message from tmtbl.courseNumber.patternInfo property is displayed. It is possible to allow for non unique course numbers by setting the application property tmtbl.courseNumber.unique to false. When application property tmtbl.courseNumber.upperCase is set to true, course numbers are automatically upper cased. These properties can be changed using the Application Configuration page, the default settings is as follows:
tmtbl.courseNumber.patternInfo=Course Number must have 3 numbers followed by an optional letter (e.g. 214, 342X)