Exploring courses begins with your initial decision to focus on courses that have the strongest signal of graduation or persistence likelihood at your institution. Graduation refers to the completion of a student’s last declared major and persistence is defined as the act of a student re-enrolling for a future term at your institution and staying enrolled past the census date, typically 14 days after the start of term. The Course Explorer will refresh based on the selection of graduation or persistence and a Focus Area.
Change the Focus Area at any time by clicking the text or arrow beneath the “Explore courses where:” heading.
Choose a Focus Area from the drop down menu. The Course Explorer visualization will shift accordingly.
After making a selection, the Course Explorer will refresh with the chosen Focus Area dictating the organization of courses along the y-axis: