How to Search the Course Calendar
The search box is repeated at the top of your results pages. The total number of courses found and the current number being shown appears below. Navigation links to go to the next or previous 10 results are located at the bottom of each results page.
If one of your search keywords matches the name of a faculty or a department but you have not selected it using the pulldown menus, the top of your search results page will have a section called "Try these first." The left column lists the related faculties while related departments are shown on the right.
In the example search for "finance," the majority of courses on this topic are in the department "Accounting and Finance" but the word finance does not actually appear in either their course titles or descriptions. In order to view these courses, you must click on the department link.
Order of results
1. Alphabetically by faculty
A different header colour is used to distinguish graduate courses from undergraduate courses.Tip: Courses accepted for credit at both the undergraduate and graduate levels are listed under their originating faculty but are marked in the colour code for Graduate Studies. Layout of the courses
Each course result on your list is made up of two parts, the header and the description.
Starting in the left corner on the first line is the course number, the course title and the number of credit hours. The second line gives the corresponding faculty and the department.
The faculty and the department link to the general information for these units. The credit hours link to a detailed identification key that includes an explanation of the course numbers.
If you searched for a specific course number, at the end of your results you see the link "any courses with xxx.xxx in their description." Click on this link for courses that include your course number somewhere in their description.
Course results that do not match your exact search keywords
For example, your search for the term "aboriginal" produces Arts courses that contain the term "native" but not nessarily "aboriginal." In this case, the Calendar knows that a connection exists between courses that describe native studies and courses dealing with aboriginal issues.
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