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Updated July 18, 2016
The Office of the University Registrar is enhancing the course planning and registration process by implementing two-character course designators within the Arts and Sciences. Only one-character designators have been used in the past.
A two-character designator will help students to more quickly and accurately identify the target student population for courses of interest. For example, a course with a designator of “UN” means that it is primarily for undergraduate students.
Beyond making it easier to identify the courses that are right for you, this enhancement will not affect your course planning and registration experience.
No. You don’t need to do anything.
The course designation changes were implemented in mid-July 2016.
Open this guide to the new course designation system.