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Course Enrollment Counts by Maximum Enrollment IDE

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A summary of course enrollments based on a maximum threshold and range of course catalog numbers.

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Important Notes

This IDE does not include information on study abroad students and only includes information from active courses.


Name Functional Definition Data Domains
Catalog Number

A code associated with a course in the course catalog.

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Component Type

Signifies the type of instruction for a particular course section.

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Course Combination Type

Denotes if and how a course is offered as combined sections.

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Course Title

The official name of the course.

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Enrollment Capacity The total number of student enrollments allowed in a course section, often managed by the course's academic department. Academic Planning
School/College of Course

Indicates the School/College that has ownership of the Subject under which the course is offered.

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Section Number

This denotes a specific component of a given course in a given term. For example, a course with five sections - one lecture section, two lab sections, and two discussion sections - will have each section identified by a different section number in a given term.

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A grouping of courses, approved by faculty governance, within related academic areas.

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Subject Code (Academic Structure)

For subjects used by courses offered for UW-Madison for-credit courses (not used for transfer equivalencies or placeholders for study abroad), a unique three digit code identifying each subject listing, used to organize groups of courses in related subject areas or topics.

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A period of instruction: Fall, Spring, or Summer.

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