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a No more than 60% of a department’s undergraduate classes including core curriculum courses will be offered in periods defined as Category A and Category B. (See Notes 1 and 2 below)
b No less than 10% of a department’s undergraduate classes including core curriculum courses will be offered in Category C.
c No less than 20% of a department’s undergraduate classes including core curriculum courses will be offered in Categories B and D. (See Notes 1 and 2 below)
d No more than one half of the sections of a department’s total offerings of multi section courses will be scheduled at the 9:00 am, 10:00 am or 11:00 am hours on Monday, Wednesday and Friday or 9:30 am or 11:00 am on Tuesday and Thursday. (See Notes 1 and 2 below)
e Classes scheduled at the 4:00 pm period (MWF) may be scheduled for more than 50 minutes on Mondays and/or Wednesdays to avoid Friday afternoon meetings.
f Classes scheduled in Category A and C periods will start at the times indicated in 3 above and will have a duration of no more than 50 minutes. Note exception in preceding section d.
g Classes scheduled in Category B and D periods will start at the times indicated in 3 above and will have a duration of no more than 75 minutes.
h Classes scheduled in the special scheduling periods (Category E) will be given latitude in days of week offered, start time and duration. However, total duration must be consistent with credit hours awarded.
Note 1: Meeting times at courses which carry 4 hours credit and are scheduled to meet for four 50 minute periods per week (MTWF, MWRF, MTRF) may be prorated across requirements specified in a and b above.
Note 2: Combination lecture/laboratory classes may use both lecture period and lab period start times to meet requirements specified in a, b, c and d above.
Once courses have been scheduled and students are enrolling, the time and days assigned to a course must not be altered, as this causes scheduling problems for students.
Conscientious adherence to these guidelines by department heads and chairs will provide the Registrar’s Office with a maximum opportunity to create semester class schedules that both meet the needs of students and faculty and address concerns for optimum use of University facilities.