Scheduling courses based on student needs

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Scheduling courses based on student needs

Post by GoldenMl » Wed Jan 31, 2018 6:49 am

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Re: Scheduling courses based on student needs

Post by jrichards » Tue May 17, 2016 4:52 pm

Also, we need to take into consideration the number of declared minors in the CBA when planning courses. We see this especially with the Marketing concentration, where few electives are offered but are needed by the large number of students across campus who have declared MKTG minors.

Re: Scheduling courses based on student needs

Post by jrichards » Tue Jul 28, 2015 10:47 am

Many non-traditional students have asked for more evening and online sections of courses.

We sometimes see that a course has several sections, but are all offered on only M/W or only T/Th due to professor preference.

Sometimes sections of required courses within a concentration are offered at conflicting times with other required courses.

Class schedules need to be planned with enrollment patterns in mind: how many newly admitted students are coming in, how many are graduating, how many are enrolled in a course that is a prerequisite to another (and will subsequently be taking the more advanced course the following semester). Much of this data is available but we don't seem to be coordinating this will course management.

Scheduling courses based on student needs

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