Here are some pointers about how to navigate through this new web-based university catalog.
There are three ways to find the information you are looking for. Each one is tailored for a different need:
The bulk of the university catalog is accessed through these menus. The catalog is built to provide immediate and current information about degrees, majors, and programs offered at BYU. After selecting a college from the "Colleges" tab, choose a related department. From the bar on the left, you can choose to view a particular major or minor offered by that department. Once the requirements are listed, you can click on specific courses to view more detailed information.
|OFFERED:||F, W, Sp, Su; Honors also.|
|DESCRIPTION:||Processes of writing, reading, and research with an emphasis on argumentation and rhetorical analysis.|
|NOTE:||Fulfills General Education First-Year Writing requirement. Changing to Wrtg 150 beginning Fall 2010.|
"About BYU" is concerned with the goals of BYU as a university and listings of administrators and faculty. Links like "Aims of a BYU Education," "Faculty Index," and "Map of Campus" are found there.
"General Information" contains a summary of useful information for students.