The 2016-17 Courses of Study is now live! The 2015-16 catalog is available in archive format. Course offerings will continue to be updated throughout the year.
The 2015-16 Courses of Study is now live! The 2014-15 catalog is available in archive format. Course offerings will continue to be updated throughout the year.
Course codes have been added to identify courses related to Community Engaged Learning (CU-CEL), International Experience (CU-ITL), Sustainability (CU-SBY) and/or Undergraduate Research (CU-UGR). The Help page has been expanded to include these and other updates.
The 2014-15 Courses of Study is now live! The 2013-14 catalog is available in archive format. Course offerings will continue to be updated throughout the year.
The 2013-14 Courses of Study is now live! The 2012-13 catalog is available in archive format.
The 2012-13 Courses of Study is now live! The 2011-12 catalog is now available in archive format. In addition to thousands of course changes, we have expanded and improved our Help page to include catalog codes, definitions, and tips for making the most out of site features. With the release of the new catalog you may also notice a slightly different look and feel to the website. We hope you enjoy browsing the University’s formidable course offerings.
The Search display has been updated. When a phrase is entered in the regular or advanced search it will now pull back the first 50 items per page (instead of 10) to reduce page-to-page scrolling time for the user.
Course pre-enrollment for Fall 2012 is underway. The 2011-12 catalog includes many courses that were added or updated throughout the academic year, and together with the Fall 2012 Course and Time Roster offers an accurate picture of what will be offered in the Fall of 2012.
In 2011, Cornell University redesigned the Courses of Study using the Acalog Academic Catalog Management System. The new content management system allows the university to better track and update courses including linking cross-listed courses. With the many enhancements available in the online system, beginning with the 2011-12 edition, the catalog will no longer be printed. Use the My Favorites tool to save selected courses and information to a personal account or print select courses/sections using the pdf printing option.