There are four fields on the front page you may select from when doing a search. Use one… or use all four. The more fields you use...the more specific the results.
For example, let's say you want to take a Web-based economics course. Select "World Wide Web/Internet" as the delivery method. Next select "economics" as the subject area. Your search results will include all Web-based economics courses that are listed in the catalog.
If you want more general results, just use one field. Enter economics in the "Keyword Quick Search" and you can view all the economics courses listed in the catalog. Select a college or university name and you will get everything the chosen school currently has listed in this catalog. Each field may be used alone to get broad search results.
Remember not all colleges and universities have all their courses listed. They may only have the current semester courses listed. Contact the schools directly if you want to learn more about what they are offering in upcoming semesters.
For More Information and Registering for a Course:
Contact the college or university for more information about any of the courses. The course information that is provided by the institution includes the phone number or email of a departmental contact.
You will also find the URL and a link if online registration is available. Clicking on this link will either allow you to register online or will tell you how to contact the school to register.
You may also find a link to the school's main and/or a link to a course syllabus page.
Read the FAQ for answers to commonly-asked questions. Contact us if you have comments about this site. Contact the college or university to find out more about specific courses.