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CRN - Course Reference Number

The CRN column lists the four-digit course reference number (CRN), which identifies the course for online registration or when registering by mail, fax or in person. Example: CRN 8278 = SPN 111.31 (Beginning Spanish I). Click on the CRN to obtain supplemental course information.

Subj/Crse (Subject/Course)

This column includes three letters that indicate the academic discipline, followed by a three-digit course number indicating the course level.

Course Number Description
100 - 199 Lower-division undergraduate credit course
200 - 299 Lower-division undergraduate credit course
300 - 499 Upper-division undergraduate credit course; normally requires at least junior standing
500 - 599 Introductory-level graduate courses
600 - 699 All graduate programs require that at least half of the credits be at this level or above
700 - 799 Open only to students matriculated in the department's degree program
800 - 899 Post-Master's courses leading to a Certificate of Advanced Study

Sec (Section):

This column lists the section number for the course. The section number corresponds with the session in which the course is held.

Section Session Course Start/ End Date
Start with 1 (e.g., .11, .12, .13) I May 16 - 27
Start with 2 (e.g., .21, .22, .23) II May 31 - July 2
Start with 3 (e.g., .31, .32, .33) III July 5 - August 6
Start with 5 (e.g., .51, .52, .53) Special Sessions Dates vary

Cmp (Campus)

This column lists course locations (on- or off-campus).

  • BRO = The College at Brockport Campus
  • OAP = Overseas Program
  • METRO = The College at Brockport MetroCenter, 55 St. Paul Street, Rochester
  • SLN = 100% Online Courses
  • OFF = Off campus

Cred: Credit hours.
Title: Title of course.

Day(s/)Time

  • M = Monday
  • T = Tuesday
  • W = Wednesday
  • R = Thursday
  • F = Friday
  • S = Saturday
  • U = Sunday

Section

  • CAP = Capacity = Total number of course seats
  • ACT = Actual course enrollment
  • REM = Remaining course seats

Instructor: Name of instructor. Date: Meeting dates of course.

Location Room/Bldg

This indicates the location where the course will meet. The building codes and location codes are as follows:

On Campus

  • Allen = Allen Administration Bldg
  • LibArt = Liberal Arts Building
  • Cooper = Cooper Hall
  • Smith = Smith Hall
  • Dailey = Dailey Hall
  • Tower = Tower Fine Arts
  • Drake = Drake Library
  • TuttleN = Tuttle North
  • Edward = Edwards Hall
  • TuttleS = Tuttle South
  • Hartwl = Hartwell Hall
  • Holmes = Holmes Hall
  • Lennon = Lennon Hall

Off Campus and Online

  • LRNNET SUNY = 100% Online Instruction (asynchronous)
  • LRNNET SUNY = Combined Online (asynchronous and synchronous)
  • BUILDING/ROOM = HYBRID Part Online Instruction (HYB)
  • BOCES GST =
    Greater Southern Tier BOCES
    Coopers Education Center
    9579 Vocational Drive
    Painted Post, NY 14870
  • Metro SUNY = The College at Brockport MetroCenter
    55 St. Paul Street, Rochester, NY 14604
  • Visual Wkshop = Visual Studies Workshop
    31 Prince Street, Rochester, NY 14607
  • CAYUGA SUNY = Cayuga County Community College
    197 Franklin St, Auburn, NY 13021
  • JEFFCC SUNY =
    Jefferson County Community College
    1220 Coffeen St, Watertown, NY 13601

Attributes

General Education Designations: The General Education codes apply only to matriculated undergraduate Brockport students. Students who plan to transfer Brockport courses to another school are strongly advised to obtain written approval from that institution stipulating how the courses apply toward degree requirements.

Click on www.brockport.edu/registrar and scroll down to find links to detailed information on general education requirements for Brockport students. General Education requirements vary across SUNY colleges.

General Education Designations
A = Liberal Arts Credit N = Natural Sciences
B = Non-liberal Arts Credit/ Professional Credit O = Other World Civilizations
D = Diversity P = Fine Arts with Performance
F = Fine Arts Q = Written Communication
H = Humanities R = Foreign Language
I = Contemporary Issues S = Social Science
L = Natural Science with Lab W = Perspectives on Women
M = Mathematics Y = Oral Communication

Last Updated 9/14/18

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