What is the Schedule and Course Availability?


Once in a while a student has to choose a course because it fits his schedule, and it’s available. This happens when a student’s schedule is tightly constrained by major requirements. For example, some courses are available only once every two years. It also can happen when a course that a student wanted to take is filled and the student is thus “closed out” and must make a last-minute choice that fits into a schedule of other courses.

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