Course & Scheduling Guide
From the first day of class through final exams, the Office of the Registrar works closely with faculty to develop schedules that ensure every term at the University runs smoothly. This guide directs faculty members to resources they will find helpful in all facets of scheduling.
Final Exam Scheduling
Final exams for all fall, winter and spring courses are scheduled by the Office of the Registrar.
Courses and Schedule Topics
Each of these tools may be found in the Faculty Resources of MyDU. If you require assistance in accessing them, please contact the Office of the Registrar at 303-871-4095.
Course proposals and changes are conducted online in the Faculty Resources of MyDU in the Curriculum Development channel.
Credit Hour Determination
The number of credit hours assigned to a course quantitatively reflects the outcomes expected, the mode of instruction, the amount of time spent in class and the amount of outside preparatory work expected for the class.
The Schedule Timeline lists important scheduling dates and deadlines.
Course and Schedule Definitions
The following course and schedule definitions includes important information for proposing courses and scheduling sections.
Schedule Process Outline
The Office of the Registrar works with individual departments to build each year's academic schedule. Click below to learn more about the process.
Course Schedule Archives
The Schedule Archives provide schedule information summaries for departmental planning purposes.
The Office of the Registrar's Scheduling & Catalog Coordinator schedules general academic classrooms and auditoriums for courses and other department-sponsored events. For a list of spaces scheduled by the Office of the Registrar, see our Room and Building Information page.
University Scheduling Policy
Effective class scheduling is critical to the academic mission of the University. Click below to view DU's policy on course scheduling and classroom assignments.
Nonconforming Class Policy
DU's Nonconforming Class Policy covers courses that overlap terms or don't otherwise fit into the usual schedule.
The Attendance Tracking module, available in MyDU, automatically tracks attendance and absence statistics for students by course reference number.