Academic websites will now feature the projected course offerings system instead of course rotations. In addition to the new name, the new system offers substantial benefits.
Benefits for students
- The courses are projected up to three years into the future, making it easier to tentatively plan class schedules over multiple semesters.
- The new system provides a number of search options, including departmental prefix, periodicity, modality and course number.
Benefits for administrators
- Maintenance and organization are much simpler because the new system automatically pulls from main stores of University data instead of relying on manually updated spreadsheets or PDFs.
- This new mode of delivery cuts down on questions and confusion by providing a more seamless user experience. When students have questions about upcoming course options, they can now use the filters in the projected course offerings system to find the information they need.
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