Instructional Offering Cross Lists

Screen description

In the Instructional Offering Cross Lists screen, you can set up what courses a given instructional offering consists of. You can only work with the courses within your subject area(s). If you need to cross list your course with a course from a different department, see Details below.


Details

  • Instructional Offering Limit
    • Limit of the instructional offering (= the sum of limits of all configurations)
    • The sum of reserved spaces for all the course offerings in the cross list should be equal to or larger than the instructional offering limit
  • Course Offerings
    • To add a course to the cross-list, select the course that you want to add from the drop down menu, then click the Add (Alt+A) button
    • You will only be able to add courses that are in the "not offered" list and only from the subject areas that you timetable
      • To cross-list with a course that is currently listed as "offered", make the course not offered first and then come back
      • To cross-list with courses from other subject areas, use the form in the Contact Us screen (Help → Contact Us), where there is a special category "Request a course cross-listing"
    • A table follows with all the courses in this instructional offering
      • You can switch the Controlling course by clicking the radio button in the appropriate column
      • Reserved
        • Enter the limit per each of the cross-listed courses here to indicate how many seats should be reserved for each of the courses
        • This number will then become the course limit in other systems
      • Projected
        • Projected demand for the course
      • Last Term
        • The number of students enrolled in this course in the last like semester 
      • To remove a course from this list, click on at the end of the line with that course


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