The following abbreviations for course meeting dates are used in the Schedule of Classes.
- M = Monday
- T = Tuesday
- W = Wednesday
- R = Thursday
- F = Friday
- S = Saturday
All courses have a unique Course Reference Number (CRN). Please include this number on the course request card when registering for courses and adding/dropping courses.
Many departments on campus offer courses through distance learning. These courses take two forms: Internet distance learning courses and video conference distance learning courses. Students wishing to take Internet distance learning courses must check with their advisor to receive additional information about access to the courses. Students are required to have a basic understanding of Internet functions (e-mail with attachments, browsers, downloading and uploading files, etc.) to take internet distance learning courses. More information about these courses can be obtained directly from the department.
Distance Learning and Experiential Learning courses are searchable on the schedule of classes.
General Education courses are assigned an attribute that describes the specific General Education requirement that they meet such as Humanities, Social Science, Natural Science, Freshman Year Experience, etc. Note: Some courses may fulfil more than one General Education requirement. Refer to your plan of study /degree map for the types of course electives that are required for your specific degree.
Experiential Learning courses are assigned the EXL attribute. Purdue University Calumet requires two experiential learning components for graduation. Courses that include a laboratory component will have the LABS attribute. Courses can have more than one type of attribute.
To search for courses by attribute use the online search tool available in the Course Descriptions area of the Academic Catalog and follow the directions for narrowing your search. This will allow you to search for course availability by semester.
You can also access a comprehensive General Education course list to see which Purdue Calumet courses meet specific General Education requirements.
In compliance with American Disabilities Act (ADA), all qualified students enrolled in a course are entitled to “reasonable accommodations”. It is the student’s responsibility to have disability documentation on file with the Office of Disability Resources and inform the instructor of any special needs before the end of the second week of classes.