For help on the new Albert Course Search,
How to Search the Course Schedule
The Course Search feature will enable you to view courses from the class schedule. Courses may be selected using any/all of the following criteria:
- Specific school
- Specific subject area within a school
- Course name
Additionally, you can filter schools & subject areas by specifying a course level.
- To start a search, select a term from the drop-down list.
- Specify a school or partial course name.
- If a school was specified, a drop-down menu will appear with subject areas from the school you selected. You can further refine your search by specifying a subject area.
- With the Section Filter options, you can select to view open sections and/or closed/canceled sections. By default, all sections will be displayed on your search results page.
- When finished specifying your search criteria, press the Get Course Listings button.
How to Read the Class Schedule
from the online course listings
|College of Arts & Science||School/College Name|
Indicates the name of the school/college that is offering the course.
All search results are grouped by schools/colleges.
The first three characters identify the department or subject area within a department to which the course belongs (with the exception of SCPS Degree course).
|>||Implies that this section has certain restrictions on enrollment.
Requires a 4-digit access code available from the department offering the course.
|Elementary Hindi II||Course Title|
|Meets 09/06....||Relevant notes relating to schedules, restrictions, prerequisites and co-requisites.|
A course may be taught at more than one time; the section number distinguishes the separate offerings of the same course.
|74245||Course/Section Call Number
Used for web registration only. Each section of a course has been assigned a specific course/section call number for use in Albert registration.
Closed - All available seats for this section have been filled.
Canceled - This section is no longer offered for this term.
Blank - A blank indicates that this section is open and has at least 1 seat available.
A single character represents each day of the week.
M - Monday
T - Tuesday
W - Wednesday
R - Thursday
F - Friday
S - Saturday
U - Sunday
The starting and ending time or each period in which the class meets.
|WS||Location- Campus Area
The two character campus area code where the class will meet.
For a complete listing of campus locations, see the NYU Campus Code Key.
|SILV 720||Location- Bldg/Room
The building and room where the class will meet.
For a complete listing of building locations, see the NYU Building Code Key.
Indicates the method by which organized instruction is conducted. Course types are organized as follows:
The points, or credit hours, assigned to the course section.
4.0 (A 4-credit course)
1.0 - 6.0 (A variable credit course which may be taken for any amount of credit within the specified range)
2.0 & 4.0 (An alternate credit course which may be taken for either 2 or 4 credits)
|Ilieva, Gabriel||Course instructor|