Key to Symbols, Abbreviations & Definitions (SP21)

Class Meeting Location Abbreviations

EAC

East Academic Complex

LIB

Leo F. Cain Library

FH

Field House

GYM

Gymnasium

LCH

LaCorte Hall

LSU

Loker University Student Union

NSM

Natural Sciences and Mathematics

RPM

ROTC & Parking Services Modular

SAC

South Academic Complex, Buildings 2, 3

SBS

Social and Behavioral Sciences

SCI

Center for Science & Innovation

SH

Student Housing

SHC

Student Health Center

COE

College of Education

TBA

To Be Announced

UT

University Theatre

VIL

Classroom Village

WH

Welch Hall

 

Day Abbreviations

M

Monday

MW

Monday/Wednesday

MWF

Monday/Wednesday/Friday

T

Tuesday

TBA

To Be Announced

TTh

Tuesday/Thursday

W

Wednesday

Th

Thursday

F

Friday

S

Saturday

Su

Sunday

SSu

Saturday/Sunday

Footnote Definitions

If a class has a footnote(s) placed on it, they are found on the section details as Course Attributes on MyCSUDH. Click to view footnote definitions.

Asynchronous/Synchronous Class

A class that does not have a scheduled day(s) and time(s) is considered Asynchronous.  Asynchronous classes allow students to complete their work on their own schedule.  Instructors provide materials, lectures, tests, assignments and due dates that can be accessed at any time.  Students may be given a time frame during which they may need to connect with the instructor.

A class that is scheduled for set day(s) and time(s) is considered Synchronous. Synchronous classes allow students and instructors to meet in real-time.  Instructors provide lectures, discussions, and presentations at the scheduled time and students are required to attend during that time to participate in the class.

Internet Class

An internet class is a class that is offered online. They can be identified by their section number, which begins with a 4 and by their location, which is Internet.

Hybrid Class

A Hybrid class integrates online with traditional face to face activities in a planned, pedagogically viable manner. A minimum of one third and a maximum of two thirds of the class is taught online. There are three types of hybrid class combinations: face to face with online, face-to-face with off-campus, and face-to-face with televised. Hybrid classes can be identified by their section number, which begins with a 3 and by the footnote 28.

Alternative Instruction Class

An Alternative Instruction class is taught during social distancing mandate such as in response to a pandemic.  It may include general alternative teaching methods that comply with public health guidelines while achieving course learning outcomes, such as face-to-face instruction consistent with CDC guidelines, distance synchronous or asynchronous instruction, or a combination of these.

Prerequisites

Consult the course description in the current University Catalog for course prerequisite(s). If a class requires a prerequisite it will also be noted on the section details as a Course Attribute on MyCSUDH.

Co-requisites or Co-req

Co-requisite courses require enrollment in both the lecture section and associated activity, lab, production, clinical, or supervision component/production of the course or, in some cases, enrollment in another course. The system prompts you enrollment in the co-req class when one is required. If a specific co-req is listed in the section details as Class Notes on MyCSUDH, the student must enroll in that specific co-req section. Refer to the course description in the current University Catalog for co-requisite(s).