Schedule of Classes

Final Examination Dates

May 8-15, 2013
Last Day of Classes – Friday, May 3
Study Days – Saturday, May 4 - Tuesday, May 7
No final examinations may be scheduled on Study Days

Instructions

  1. ALL INSTRUCTORS MUST ADHERE TO THE FINAL EXAMINATION SCHEDULE. No deviations from this schedule are permitted for those classes having a final examination unless authorized in advance by the Committee on Academic Policies and Procedures (CAPP). Except under extremely extraordinary circumstances, final examinations should not be rescheduled for a date prior to the first day scheduled for final examinations. CAPP will not consider any request for rescheduling final examinations without unanimous written consent of all students in the class. No student in a course with a final examination is permitted to omit or anticipate a final examination, and no instructor is authorized to permit a student to do so. For graduate courses having a final examination, the examination will be during the final examination period according to the final examination schedule. Rescheduling of final examinations must be approved by the dean of the academic unit for sound academic reasons.
  2. Students are advised to plan in advance to avoid scheduling conflicts in their final examinations. However, in the event that a student is scheduled for two final examinations at the same time or is scheduled for more than two final examinations on one day, an attempt will be made to make alternative arrangements. The student should contact the appropriate department administrator or the Center for Testing and Assessment.
  3. Please check the EXCEPTIONS schedule to see whether or not any of your classes are included.

Make-Up Final Examinations Policy

When a final examination falls at a time that conflicts with a student’s observance of a holy day, faculty members must accommodate a request for an alternate examination date at a time that does not violate the student’s religious creed. A student must discuss a final examination conflict with the professor no later than two weeks prior to the scheduled examination date to arrange an acceptable alternate examination date.

Classes MeetingExamination DayHour
8 or 8:30 MWFMonday, May 1311 a.m.-1 p.m.
9 or 9:30 MWFFriday, May 108-10 a.m.
10 or 10:30 MWFMonday, May 138-10 a.m.
11 or 11:30 MWFWednesday, May 811 a.m.-1 p.m.
12 or 12:30 MWFFriday, May 1011 a.m.-1 p.m.
1 or 1:30 MWFWednesday, May 82-4 p.m.
2 or 2:30 MWFMonday, May 132-4 p.m.
3 or 3:30 MWFFriday, May 102-4 p.m.
8 or 8:30 TThWednesday, May 158-10 a.m.
9 or 9:30 or 10-10:50 TThTuesday, May 148-10 a.m.
11 or 11:30 or 10-11:50 TThTuesday, May 1411 a.m.-1 p.m.
12 or 12:30 or 1 TThWednesday, May 152-4 p.m.
2 or 2:30 TThThursday, May 92-4 p.m.
3 or 3:30 TThTuesday, May 142-4 p.m.
4 or starting after 4 but before 6 p.m.4:30-6:30 p.m. first scheduled class period, May 8-14
6 or any class after 6 p.m. meeting once weekly7-9 p.m. first scheduled class period, May 8-14
6 p.m. MWWednesday, May 87-9 p.m.
6 p.m. TThThursday, May 97-9 p.m.
8 p.m. MWMonday, May 137-9 p.m.
8 p.m. TThTuesday, May 147-9 p.m.
Classes with first meeting on M or W or FSame as MWF
Classes with first meeting on T or ThSame as TTh
Saturday mornings only Saturday, May 112-4 p.m.
One-unit courses with one hour of lectureLast regular class period before May 3
Courses with both lecture and laboratoryAccording to the first lecture of the week
Laboratory courses without scheduled lecture before 4 p.m. and meeting for more than one hour Last regular class period before May 3
Classes not scheduled to meet in one of the regular time periods listed aboveInstructor check with Center for Testing and Assessment
Students with conflicting final examinationsCheck with Center for Testing and Assessment

Exceptions

The Exceptions Schedule does not apply to class meetings beginning at 4 p.m. or later unless the examination time shown in the Exceptions Schedule begins at 4 p.m. or later.

Department and Course NumberExamination DayHour
Accounting 370Wednesday, May 88-10 a.m.
Accounting 371bThursday, May 98-10 a.m.
Accounting 372Monday, May 134:30-6:30 p.m.
Accounting 374Thursday, May 911 a.m.-1 p.m.
Biological Sciences 330LMonday, May 134:30-6:30 p.m.
Business Administration 280Wednesday, May 88-10 a.m.
Business Administration 281Thursday, May 98-10 a.m.
Business Administration 310Wednesday, May 157-9 p.m.
Business Administration 311Tuesday, May 144:30-6:30 p.m.
Chemistry 105b, 322b, 325bThursday, May 911 a.m.-1 p.m.
Chinese 104, 106, 204Saturday, May 1111 a.m.-1 p.m.
Computer Science 101LTuesday, May 144:30-6:30 p.m.
Electrical Engineering 201Thursday, May 98-10 a.m.
Electrical Engineering 357, 450Wednesday, May 88-10 a.m.
French 120, 150, 220, 250Saturday, May 1111 a.m.-1 p.m.
German 101, 102, 201Saturday, May 1111 a.m.-1 p.m.
Italian 120, 150, 220Saturday, May 1111 a.m.-1 p.m.
Japanese 120, 122Saturday, May 112-4 p.m.
Japanese 220, 222Saturday, May 114:30-6:30 p.m.
Mathematics 118, 226Wednesday, May 1511 a.m.-1 p.m.
Mathematics 125, 126Wednesday, May 154:30-6:30 p.m.
Physics 135bWednesday, May 157-9 p.m.
Physics 151LWednesday, May 88-10 a.m.
Physics 152L, 153LWednesday, May 157-9 p.m.
Spanish 120, 150, 220, 240Saturday, May 112-4 p.m.