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Sample Course Plans

You will soon register for Autumn Quarter 2020 courses! We have many resources available to help you plan your fall schedule. 

Sample Course Plans

This drop down menu will help you navigate the Undergraduate Bulletin so that you can see potential course plans.

A typical schedule consists of four 4 credit courses, totaling 16 credits. For first-year students, one of these courses will be your required First-Year Seminar (FSEM).

Most of our degrees offer a lot of flexibility in Autumn quarter courses. However, if you are considering a major in Natural Sciences & Mathematics or Engineering, please be sure to take the appropriate math or engineering courses as described in the course plan.

Advising

To learn about the common curriculum, specific majors and more, visit Advising tab. Staff academic advisors will review new student schedules in August and contact students if there are any issuess. Students will also have the opportunity to work directly with their FSEM faculty advisors to address any schedule challenges during Discoveries Orientation in September. Students will meet with an advisor before registration during every subsequent quarter.

Course Considerations 2020-2021

Varsity athletes should check with their coaches to ensure that classes do not conflict with their practice schedule.

Colorado Women's College Scholars
CWC Leadership Scholars will enroll in one 2-credit class together in the fall.
Course Section Course Name Days Time
LDRS 2017 5 Inclusive Leadership W 4:00-5:50PM
Equity in STEM (E-STEM)
Equity in STEM (E-STEM) students should register for Math 1951, section 6
CRN Course Section Course Name Days Time
1721  1951  6  Calculus I  MTWRF  11:00A-11:50A
UNIVERSITY Honors Program
Students in the Honors Program should take one of the Honors Seminars.
CRN Course Section Course Name Days
5852 HNRS 2400 2 Honors Seminar Online
2384 HNRS 2400 3 Honors Seminar Online
2903 HNRS 2400 5 Honors Seminar Online
6325 HNRS 2400 7 Honors Seminar Online
Living and Learning Communities

Students in the Living & Learning Communities have one required course for the Fall quarter.

Environmental Sustainability
Course Section Course Name Days Time
EALC 2001 1 Local and Regional Environmental Issues T 4:00-5:50PM
International
Course Section Course Name Days Time
ILLC 2007 1 The International Experience M 4:00-5:50PM
Innovation & Entrepreneurship
Course Section Course Name Days Time
LLC 2001 1 IELLC: Mindsets and the Design Process T 2:00-3:50PM
Social Justice
Course Section Course Name Days Time
SJUS 2010 1 Social Justice: Exploring Oppression T 4:00-5:50PM
Wellness
Course Section Course Name Days Time
WELL 2013 1 WLLC: Introduction to Wellness F 10:00-11:50PM
Pioneer Leadership Program
Are there any required classes in the fall?
Your first step in completing the leadership minor is to take the fall PLP seminar: LDRS 2017, "Inclusive Leadership."  This is a two-credit course and below is information regarding the Fall quarter schedule offerings.
CRN Course Section Course Name Days Time
1286 LDRS 2017 1 Inclusive Leadership W 4:00-5:50PM
1287 LDRS 2017 2 Inclusive Leadership W 8:00-9:50AM
1288 LDRS 2017 3 Inclusive Leadership W 2:00-3:50PM
2604 LDRS 2017 4 Inclusive Leadership W 2:00-3:50PM

To be in the PLP community you must take this class. You can register for one of the sections of this class with your other courses during your assigned registration time. Section 5 of LDRS 2017 is reserved for CWC Scholars only. You will learn more about the course and your instructors at PLP orientation.

What other classes do I need to take this year with PLP?
Students will take the following courses during their first year in PLP.

  • LDRS 2018 Leadership: Theory to Innovation, Winter 2020, 2 credits
  • LDRS 2019 Teaming for Social Impact, Spring 2020, 2 credits

For more information on course descriptions and subsequent required classes, please visit https://www.du.edu/leadership or email the Program Coordinator, Nicole Cozzi, at nicole.cozzi@du.edu.

How do I earn electives?
Six (6) additional credits at the 2000 level or above are required for the completion of the minor. These can come from a combination of elective courses, internships, and/or independent studies that are meant to focus your minor towards your career and community leadership interests. Click here for a sample of PLP approved elective courses.

Puksta Scholars
Puksta Scholars will enroll in one 2-credit class together in the fall.
Course Section Course Name Days Time
SS 2580 1 Community Organizing T 2:00-3:50PM
ROTC

Students register for AROTC (Army ROTC) classes listed as RTC1 course through regular DU registration, though they are taught on other campuses in the Denver metro area and follow the semester calendar. Classes may be taken at the University of Colorado Boulder (UCB), Colorado School of Mines in Golden (Mines), or Metropolitan State University of Denver (MSUD) on the Auraria campus in downtown Denver.

RTC1 courses are available for variable credit. You can select 1-3 credits. Choose the credit amount and section that best fits your quarterly schedule.

Course Section Course Name Days Date &Time Campus CRN
RTC1 1011 1 Adventures in Leadership 1 TR 8/24/20- 12/10/20
8:00A-8:50A
UCB 1685
    Leadership Lab R 3:30P-4:50P UCB  
RTC1 1011 2 Adventures in Leadership 1 TR 8/24/20- 12/10/20
9:30A- 10:20A
UCB 1705
    Leadership Lab R 3:30P-4:50P UCB  
RTC1 1011 3 Adventures in Leadership 1  MW  8/24/20- 12/9/20
10:00A-10:50A
 Mines 1755
    Leadership Lab F 8:00A-9:30A Mines  
RTC1 1011 4 Adventures in Leadership 1 MW 8/17/20-12/5/20  MSUD  1756 
    Leadership Lab F 8:30A-9:50A MSUD  
  • Students register for AFROTC (Air Force ROTC) classes listed as RTC2 through regular DU registration, though they are taught on the CU-Boulder campus and follow the CU semester calendar.
  • RTC2 1010 courses are available for variable credit. You can select 0-1.5 credits. Choose the credit amount and schedule that best fits your quarterly schedule.
  • You also must register for RTC2 1234.
Course Section Course Name Days Date &Time CRN
RTC2 1010 1 Heritage and Values I R 8/24/20-12/10/20
11:00A-11:50A
1661
RTC2 1010 2 Heritage and Values I R 8/24/20-12/10/20
2:00P-2:50P
1662
RTC2 1234 1 Leadership Laboratory 8/24/20-12/10/20
3:30P-6:50P
3968
RTC2 1234 2 Leadership Laboratory F 8/24/20-12/10/20
8:00A-12:00P
5959

Please contact Gen Edwards gen.k.edwards@du.edu or 303-871-4986 with questions and support.

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