The student version of the Course Browser provides quick access to course listings by department. It only differs from the Faculty/Staff Version in that it replaces the Class Numbers in non-enrollment sections with asterisks so you'll know which Class Numbers to select for registration in multiple component courses.
The faculty/staff version of the Course Browser provides quick access to course listings by department and includes non-enrollment section Class Numbers.
Note: The Course Browser is not real-time and may not have the most up-to-date information on a course and whether seats remain available.
If you need the entire Schedule of Classes in one file for research or printing, the Office of the Registrar offers additional output formats to make your job easier. Some of these files can run to more than a thousand printed pages, so please be careful if you decide to print!
Text/HTML - Text browser version with department links to assist with navigation. Formatted like the printed version of the schedule of classes. Finding a class requires that you search the entire document.
Print-Ready PDF - Approximately 470 pages. Includes enrollment information (Maximum enrollment, Available, and Waitlist). Used to print an entire department's course listings. Finding a class requires that you search the entire document.
Abbreviated PDF - Approximately 85 pages when duplex printed. Two column listing which DOES NOT include enrollment information. Intended for those who want to print the entire campus schedule or selected pages in a more abbreviated format. Finding a class requires that you search the entire document.
Spreadsheet (Excel) - Requires Microsoft Excel 2003 or higher. Formatted like the Text version but in spreadsheet format. Finding a class requires that you search the entire document. Not recommended for printing, 1000+ pages.
Class Search contains the most up-to-date, real-time course availability information. Click the button in the top right corner of a search result to view more information specific to that class offering, including textbook and prerequisite details.
Note: The SIS Student Center (One.IU) also provides this real-time information from the Search for Classes link.
Course and Class Search
IU has also developed a public search-able and filter-friendly schedule planning tool known as Course and Class Search.
Note: Course and Class Search is a public resource and does not require CAS authentication.
Special Course Listings
The following reports are classes of special duration, with non-standard times and locations, or that meet other special criteria that make them of particular interest to students and academic units.
- First Four Week Classes
- Second Four Week Classes
- Third Four Week Classes
- First Six Week Classes
- Second Six Week Classes
- First Eight-Week Sections
- Second Eight-Week Sections
- Full Term/Twelve Week Classes
- Non-Standard Duration Sections
- Intensive Writing Courses
- Other Special Course Offerings
- CASE Special Course Offerings
- General Education Courses
- Online Education Courses
- Evening Class Schedule
For any of the reports above, you can also request a full list of special courses by school and/or department.