Registration

Register for Classes

  1. Go to https://ssb-prod.ec.udallas.edu/PROD/twbkwbis.P_GenMenu?name=homepage
  2. Select "Enter Secure Area"
  3. Enter your Banner ID (see your program design) and PIN
  4. Select "Student" tab
  5. Select "Registration"
  6. Select "Look up Classes to Add"
  7. Select term you wish to register for and choose advanced search
  8. Select "Subject" (for example, if you are required to take MANA 5F50, select COBGR Management)
  • You can select all subjects by highlighting each subject area or select on certain subjects by holding the Control key down while clicking on each subject area you wish to view.
  • If you know the specific course you want to take, enter "Course number" (ex. MANA 5F50, enter "5F50"). If you want to view all courses in a specific subject area or areas, do not enter a course number.
  1. Select "Class Search" at the bottom of the screen.
  2. Select the course you want to enroll in by clicking on the box to the left of the course information (if you do not see a box, the class is not available for registration or is full)
  3. Select "Register" to enroll in the class.

Click here to view the schedule without logging into Banner. 

Rotation Schedule

Guide to Understanding the Schedule in Banner

Select

Check box to add to worksheet or register for course (must select Register or Add to Worksheet at bottom of screen)

CRN

Course Reference Number

Subj

Course subject area

Crse

Course Number

Sec

Course section

CMP

Campus location (on campus courses will have an I, online courses will have a V, and Hybrid courses will have "IH" as the campus)

Cred

Credit hours

Title

Course Title

Days

Days the course meets (if online, there will be nothing listed here)

M = Monday

T = Tuesday

W = Wednesday

R = Thursday

F = Friday

S = Saturday

U = Sunday         

(If course meets multiple days in a week, several days will be listed; ex: TR = class meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays)

Time

Time the course meets

  • TBA = course is online
  • TBA + Day of week = course is either a Hybrid or Online Synchronous (see Location for detailed explanations)

Cap

Maximum number of seats in the course

Act

Actual number of seats already taken in the course

Rem

Number of seats still available in the course

XL Cap/Act/Rem

Not applicable

Instructor

Who will be teaching the course (TBA means the instructor will be announced at a later date)

Date

Dates the course meets (or is scheduled online)

Location

Where the class meets:

On Campus

Class meets only on campus with no online requirements) 

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ANS = Anselm Hall (# 22 on campus map)

B = Braniff Graduate Building (#9 on campus map)

C = Carpenter Hall (#1 on campus map)

GL = Gorman Lecture Center (#6 on campus map)

SB = Haggerty Science Building (#5 on campus map)

ARTH = Haggerty Gallery / Art History (#11 on campus map)

SB Hall = (#54 on Campus Map)

Online Asynchronous

Class meets only online through eCollege and students are not required to be online at specific times (indicated in Banner only as Online).*

Online

Synchronous

Class meets only online through eCollege and students are required to be online at specific times (Indicated in Banner as online but the course will have two entries for the course details, the first entry will show TBA as the date and the second entry will show a day of the week, such as T but the location will be listed as Online)*

Hybrid

Class meets both on campus and online, generally on alternating weeks (indicated in Banner just as Online Synchronous but the day of the week listing will have a classroom location listed such as B201)*

*You will receive log in credential one or two days before your class begins. All online units open on Wednesday at midnight and close the following Tuesday a 11:59 p.m.

Attribute

Indicates part of term and other attributes of the course for internal use.

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