All courses must be assigned to one of the following schedule types. Academic departments/curricular programs will be asked to review these assignments each year as part of the creation of the class schedule.

01 Standard: Classes meet regularly for 210-220 minutes of instruction per week over a 10-week term for six units; or a proportional amount of time for less than six units.

02 Standard Plus: Classes meet on a modified standard schedule for approximately 230-270 minutes of instruction per week over a 10-week term for six units (or a proportional amount of time for less than six units). Additional class time is used for recitation/discussion/applied sessions.

03 Standard Plus Additional: Classes meet on a modified standard schedule for approximately 280-350 minutes of instruction per week over a 10-week term for six units (or a proportional amount of time for less than six units). Additional class time is used for recitation/discussion/applied sessions.

04 Standard Plus Lab: Classes meet on a standard schedule plus an additional laboratory session for a approximately 380 minutes of instruction per week over a 10-week term for six units (or a proportional amount of time for less than six units).

05 Lab/Studio: Classes consist of regularly scheduled laboratory or studio sessions only and meet for approximately 420-510 minutes per week over a 10-week term for six units (or a proportional amount of time for less than six units).

06 Indiv Performance Study: Classes consist of or 1 hour lessons each week over a 10-week term for six, three or two units.

07 Group Performance Study: Classes consist of regularly scheduled meetings and performance(s) during a 10-week term. Instruction time per unit varies by course.

08 Internship/Practica: Length of course determined by nature of the internship. No formal instruction although work is evaluated by faculty and guidance may be provided. Units awarded are determined by sponsoring department or the Committee on Instruction.

09 Tutorial: Regular meeting schedule during a 10-week term, including length of meetings, is determined by instructor and student. Course is recorded on a term basis, but may be continued for more than one term. The number of units to be awarded is determined by instructor and student before registration.

10 IS: Student works independently, with some meetings with instructor. Course is recorded on a term basis, but may be continued for more than one term. The number of units to be awarded is determined by instructor and student before registration.

11 Writing For Credit: Student challenges course within a one-year time frame; no formal instruction.

13 Graduate Courses: Course is part of limited number of graduate programs. Instruction time per unit varies by program.

14 Directed Study: Course follows a syllabus set primarily by the instructor to meet the needs or interests of an individual student or small group of students. The main goal of directed study is knowledge or skill acquisition, not research or creative work. (available beginning in the fall of 2009)

Revised 6-Dec-11