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UCI Schedule of Classes indicates when classes are fixed, exam dates, holidays and classes end dates. Here you will see UCI law schedule of classesUCIci winter schedule of classesUCIci ICS schedule of classes as well as the full schedule of classes at UCI.
University of Cincinnati Facts
The University of Cincinnati is a public research university in Cincinnati Ohio. Founded in 1819 as Cincinnati College, it is the oldest institution of higher education in Cincinnati and has an annual enrollment of over 44,000 students, making it the second largest university in Ohio.
Phone: (513) 556-6000
Undergraduate enrollment: 24,066 (2015–16)
Steps to Check UCI Schedule of Classes 2019
See the step-by-step guide on how to check your UCI schedule of classes planner online.
Step 1: Visit the official UCI Schedule of Classes 2019 website
Step 2: Select your current term. Example “2019 Winter Quarter”
Step 4: Tick the “Show course comments” and “Show finals schedule”
Step 4: Select General Education (GE) filter
Starting Fall, 2008, candidates for a bachelor’s degree at UC Irvine must satisfy the General Education (GE) course requirement by taking a specific number of courses in each of the following categories:
|GE I-A||Lower Division Writing|
|GE I-B||Upper Division Writing|
|GE II||Science and Technology|
|GE III||Social and Behavioral Sciences|
|GE IV||Arts and Humanities|
|GE V||Quantitative, Symbolic, and Computational Reasoning|
|GE VI||Language Other Than English|
|GE VII||Multicultural Studies|
|GE VIII||International/Global Issues|
|GE IX||Laboratory or Performance|
To see which courses satisfy a particular category, go to the Schedule of Classes and select a category in the General Education pull-down menu.
Refer to the UC Irvine’s General Catalog for more information about the General Education requirements, in the Requirements for a Bachelor’s Degree section.
Prior to the Fall 2008 term, instead of the General Education requirements listed above, UC Irvine specified a set of required Breadth categories:
|I-A||Lower Division Writing|
|I-B||Upper Division Writing|
|III||Social and Behavioral Sciences|
|V||Mathematics and Symbolic Systems|
|VI||Language Other Than English|
Because students enrolled before Fall 2008 have the option of satisfying either the old Breadth requirements or the newer General Education requirements, the General Education pull-down menu in the Schedule of Classes allows you to select from either set of categories.
Step 5: Select “Department Name” or preferably include all departments
The academic unit (i.e., “Physics“, “Art History“, etc.) that sponsors each course.
Note: The returned list of courses may be truncated if you specify a large department unless you use some of the other criteria below to narrow the search (for instance, a Course Number, Course Code Range, upper or lower division for Course Level, or the Course Type).
Step 6: Select the “Course Number or Range”
The department’s designation for an approved course (e.g. Art History 198, Social Ecology 10, French 1c). This field searches the database for the course numbers as listed in the UCI General Catalogue or WebSOC, the Schedule of Classes. You may list single course numbers or a course number range, such as 5-20.
Specifying a range or digits alone will show a match with any course containing that number (for instance, “1” for the Chemistry department might display classes matching Chemistry 1B, 1LB, 1C, and 1LC), while adding letters will only return an exact match (i.e., “1C” in the example above will only display Chemistry 1C).
Step 7: Select the “Course Level”
This field allows you to limit the search to Lower Division (course numbers 1 through 99), Upper Division (course numbers 100 through 199), or Graduate/Professional courses (course numbers 200 and higher). This is an easy way to limit the number of courses returned for large departments.
Step 8: Type in the “Course Code or Range”
The 5-digit code representing a class in the printed Schedule of Classes (e.g. 29001).
You may specify a list of single codes or a range of codes. For instance, the course code range 03000-06999 would allow a search across all departments in the School of the Arts.
Step 9: Type the “Instructor’s” Name
This field searches the database for classes taught by a particular instructor. Enter the last name only, in upper or lower case.
• Hint: If the instructor’s last name is short and matches too many other last names (e.g., “frank” would return all instructors named Frank, and also instructors named Franke and Franklin), place a comma directly after the last name (“Frank,” — instead of — “Frank“) to exclude longer last names.
Step 10: Type the “Course Title” keyword
This field searches the database for course titles that contain the word you specify. For example, photo would match courses named BASIC PHOTOGRAPHY and ADV PHOTO for the department of Studio Art.
Step 11: Select “Course Type”
This pull-down menu allows you to specify the class type you are searching for:
|TAP||Tutorial Assistance Program||TUT||Tutorial|
This field provides an easy way to limit the number of courses returned for large departments.
Step 12: Type in the “Course Units”
This field searches the database for classes offered on (but not limited to) the days you specify. Entering ‘W‘ will return all the classes that have Wednesday as one of their meeting days. Entering ‘MTu‘ will return classes that meet on both Monday and Tuesday (and possibly other days of the week as well).
You can use any of the following abbreviations:
|Su or Sun||Sunday|
|M, Mo, or Mon||Monday|
|Tu, Tue, or Tues||Tuesday|
|W, We, or Wed||Wednesday|
|Th, Thu, or Thur||Thursday|
|F, Fr, or Fri||Friday|
|S, Sa, or Sat||Saturday|
Step 13: Select the “Start after time”
This field restricts the search to courses that start on or after the time specified.
Step 14: Select the “Ending time before”
This field restricts the search to courses that end by the time specified.
Step 15: Choose “Maximum Capacity”
This input option limits your search to courses that have an enrollment capacity that matches your specification.
For example, “<21” (to denote less than 21) or “>200” (to denote more than 200).
Step 16: Select “Courses Full Option”
You can use this option to exclude courses that have reached their maximum capacity or include the ones that still have room on their Waiting List.
Step 17: Choose “Web Font Size Percentage”
Use this option to adjust the font size in the results page. For example, 75 percent will make all characters 3/4 normal size, while 150 percent will make them 50% larger.
Step 18: Click on the “Display Web Results” or Display Text Results” to see your entry.
You are done!