English 114 introductory writing seminars offered in fall 2014: times, brief descriptions, and info for students
English introductory course section availability (updated daily during course selection period)
Freshman Seminars (updated daily during course selection period)
Science (Sc) and QR Courses without Prerequisites
- List of Science (Sc) courses without prerequisites: click here
- List of QR courses without prerequisites: click here
- New Sc courses designed to be accessible to non-majors:
- PHYS 112a, Practical Electronics
- E&EB 145b, Plants and People
Essential dates for 2014-2015
The fall 2014 term begins on Wednesday, August 27, 2014. Your fall term schedule is due in your residential college dean’s office by 5:00 on September 9, 2014.
Course Selection Period (“Shopping Period”)
Online course selection is available at the Registrar’s Office Web site.
Reminder: Classes conducted during the first two weeks of the term are regular classes with readings and homework. Be prepared to complete assignments and to participate in each class that you “shop.”
Be courteous during course selection period. Don’t enter or leave a classroom after class has started or before it has ended. If you must do either, it is polite to discuss your need at the beginning of class with the instructor.
Information about Courses
In addition to the information in Yale College Programs of Study, updated course information and many course syllabi are accessible through Yale BlueBook and the Online Course Information (OCI) system. Once you begin choosing courses, you will be able to look at course evaluations for some of the classes you are considering.
Thoughts on Sophomore Year and Beyond
- “Sophomore year is the last time to really explore. As a sophomore you can just enjoy your classes and at the same time think about which direction you might want to go in life.”
- “It’s OK if you don’t have your entire life planned by now. Most will change their minds anyway.”
- “Look ahead to junior and senior years because there are some provisions like studying abroad and class load in senior year that should be taken into account.”
- “Every year plot out a schedule for the next year.”