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Creation of Schedule of Classes

 

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Change Requests


Outcomes of the Scheduling Process

  • Increase effectiveness compared to previous years and other campuses in the UH system in terms of:
    • college enrollment
    • class fill rate
    • student satisfaction with their schedules
  • Timeliness of the scheduling process
  • Small number of errors after the schedule has been finalized
  • Minimal time conflicts throughout the schedule

General Resources


Suggestions for Scheduling

  • Ensure we have a sufficient number of evening classes to allow a student to earn a degree during the evening (look for distribution, regular change in offerings; review over 4 semester span)
  • Look for conflicts in schedule in such as math and science; accounting and economics, etc.
  • Ensure that a sufficient number of developmental math and English sections are offered in the fall (project by review of previous fall enrollments and projection of upcoming fall)
  • Ensure that a sufficient number of developmental or entry-level classes are offered in spring to accommodate fall completers
  • Ensure that all classes are scheduled within the matrix
  • Ensure that a minimum/maximum of WIs are offered through the schedule, with no more than 4 offered in any time slot
  • Ensure that classes with similar limited student audiences are not offered in conflict