A 4 digit term specific number used for enrolling in a particular class section.
2 to 4-letter department/subject prefix (i.e., LT, ECO, BIOL).
First digit: Indicates level of difficulty or class level.
|1 First Year||4 Senior||7 Graduate|
|2 Sophomore||5 Advanced Senior||8 Graduate|
|3 Junior||6 Graduate||9 Graduate|
Second digit: Indicates total credit-hour value of the course. A zero indicates 0.0 or anomaly credit hours.
Third and fourth digits: Assigned to make the course unique for identification within the department.
3 or 4-digit/symbol code
Indicates location/time/delivery of a course.
0 - Class Meets before 5:00pm, Graduate Cox morning section
1- Graduate Cox afternoon section
4 - Lyle Distance Sections (400) or Online Sections (401+)
5 - Study Abroad section
6 - Washington, D.C. program*
7 - Class Meets at 5:00pm or later**, Graduate Cox evening section
8 - Lecture Section of course that requires enrollment in a separate N (noncredit) lab section.
L - Laboratory Section
N - Noncredit Laboratory Section of course that requires enrollment in a Lecture (8) Section of the same course
P - Private Studies Section. Arranged course, as are Theses, Directed Studies, and Projects.
R - Noncredit Recitation Section of course that requires enrollment in a Lecture (8) Section of the same course. Primarily used for AERO (Air Force) sections taught at UNT.
*Also used for the Theology Houston program.
** Also used for the Lyle Executive program (section number 795), and the Masters in Counseling program (section numbers 775 and 776)
Second and Third Digits:
In most cases, Sections beginning with 0, 7, 8, L, N, or R are assigned sequential numbers for the second and third digits. Sections beginning with a P are assigned numbers that correspond with the instructor. Sections beginning with 4, 5, or 6 are assigned numbers that correspond to location/program. Graduate Cox uses the second digit of the section number to indicate module, 0 = full term, 1 = Module A, 2 = Module B.
SMU-in-Taos sections have a second digit of 9. Taos section numbers are 091 (Summer/May/January), 092 (August).
A or B - An “A” or "B" in the fourth digit of the section number can indicate that the section has an Alternate Meeting Time, or meets following an alternate calendar. A/B is also used for sections with location specific section numbers that need to have more than one section scheduled.
C - Combined Section
H- Honors Section
Fourth digits for Summer Session:
All summer sections should use a fourth digit to indicate the session in which the section occurs. This number takes precedent over other potential fourth digits.
- A one (1) in the fourth digit of the section number indicates a 5-week course held during the First Session.
- A two (2) in the fourth digit of the section number indicates a 5-week course held during the Second Session.
- A three (3) in the fourth digit of the section number indicates a 10-week course held for both First and Second Sessions.
- A four (4) in the fourth digit of the section number indicates a course section that begins prior to First Session and ends during or after Second Session.
Space Availability and Restrictions
- UNRSTR SEATS: This number shows how many unrestricted spaces are available in the class. If 0 appears for this limit, the section has no unrestricted spaces available.
- RSTR SEATS: Shows spaces available that can be enrolled in only by students meeting the specified restriction.
- REQUISITES: Shows the system enforced pre or co-requisites that must be met by all students in order to enroll in a course. If you do not meet the restriction specified, you cannot enroll in the course without prior consent from the course department and/or instructor.
- CONSENT: Student Specific Permission must be obtained from the department before enrollment is allowed.
Section notes are listed under the sections to which they apply.
Class times appearing in the course listings are actual class meeting times.