Class Schedules

Class Schedules for Undergraduates, Braniff Graduate School, and Ann & Joe O. Neuhoff School of Ministry

These schedules include credit courses offered by Constantin College, the College of Business undergraduate programs, and the Braniff Graduate School of Liberal Arts, including the Neuhoff School of Ministry.

Spring 2016 - A list of courses offered during Spring 2016

Spring 2016 - Humanities

Mayterm 2016 & Summer I & II 2016 - Courses offered for 2016 Mayterm & Summer (updated July 6, 2016)

Fall 2016 - A list of courses offered during Fall 2016 (updated July 26, 2016)

Fall 2016 - Humanities

Please note that these versions are NOT REAL TIME and are subject to change.

Enrolled students: Click here to view the schedule live on Banner.

 

Summer Course Request Form

Use this form to recommend or request courses to be offered during the summer:

Mayterm, Summer I, and Summer II

A tentative schedule is being developed. Your input is important in finalizing this schedule.  Please note this is not a registration form. Although no financial aid is available, any part-time summer campus jobs will go first to summer school students. Graduate students: tuition is the regular graduation rate.

Click here to submit a request.

 

Class Schedules for the Satish & Yasmin College of Business Graduate Program

For information regarding the Satish & Yasmin College of Business Graduate Program course offerings, please click here.

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