1.3 Basic Info: Number

Input the course number.

Number field.

If the course is similar to another course in the system, you MUST use that alpha-number-title of that course. Otherwise, you should either change the alpha or number. 

  • Courses ending in -97 or -98 are experimental courses and will be offered for 2 to 3 years.
  • Courses ending in -93 are reserved for cooperative education courses.
  • Courses ending in -99 are either directed research or directed study courses and are not rerequired to be in KSCM.
  • The suffix “A” should not be used as UH Manoa uses this as a designation for Honors courses. If courses use the “A” suffix it will be troublesome with system alignment.
  • The suffix “H” is used to designate honors courses.
  • The suffix “L” is used to designate laboratory courses which is a companion course to a given lecture course.
  • The suffix “V” is used to designate courses carrying variable credit. 
  • The suffix "B" is used to designate 1-credit CTE co-op or internship courses.
  • The suffix "C" is used to designate 2-credit CTE co-op or internship courses.
  • The suffix "D" is used to designate 3-credit CTE co-op or internship courses.

Example of Number field filled out as 293D.

Example of Number field filled out as 101L.

The first step for new courses is to check the most recent list of Active Courses in the UH System to determine which alphas and numbers are in use. You may also search the entire list at UHCC Master Course List. Be sure to check articulation agreements.

If the course number is not listed, check with your colleagues at Leeward CC and at other campuses to decide on an appropriate number.