Single Component Courses
In PeopleSoft, scroll to the bottom of the basic data page and look for the Course Attribute Value. It should show ONE – this confirms that it is a single component. Courses with a single component and the Associated Class Number must match the section number. (For example: CCS 74 section 02 with Associated Class Number of 2.)
Multiple Component Courses
In PeopleSoft, scroll to the bottom of the basic data page and look for the Course Attribute Value. It should show either WILD or MAN – this confirms that it is a multiple component course.
To find what the individual components are click on the magnifying glass next to the Component box on the Basic Data Tab. The components needed to be scheduled will be shown as a list. All components must be scheduled or students will be unable to register.
If a student can choose any of the lectures, labs, etc. offered, the Associated Class Number should be ‘9999’ (for Wild). (For example: BIOL 24 section 01 has an Associated Class Number of 1 with the Lab sections 02, 03 and 04 all having an Associated Class Number of 9999, allowing students to register in the LEC and ANY of the LABS).
If a student does not have a choice, the one component is grouped only to another component, then the Associated Class Number for the components must match. (For example: lecture component for CHEM 42 is section 01, has an Associated Class Number of 1. The lab component of CHEM 42 section 02 with Associated Class Number of 1 - linking section 01 and 02 together - allowing only one option to students).
The primary, graded component of a multiple component class should have the Class Type of “Enrollment”; all other components should have a Class Type of “Non-Enroll”.