Classes and Scheduling
Below are the School of Information Sciences class schedules organized by term. Online (WEB) classes do not require any physical class meetings and most are asynchronous delivery (meaning no regularly-scheduled real-time sessions). Exceptions (such as required online meeting times) are noted in the class section information.
The WSU Schedule of Classes can be found at http://classschedule.wayne.edu/.
Textbook information is available through the WSU bookstore.
Note: International Students on F1 Visas are restricted to ONE web/online class per semester.
The School has created a master schedule to help students better plan their schedules. The master schedule lists all the courses in the School's catalog and indicates which term(s) the courses are scheduled to be offered face-to-face in Detroit and/or online.
Introduction to Information Management
Introduction to the Information Profession
Introduction to Computer Programming
Access to Information
Organization of Knowledge
Design Thinking and Knowledge
Survey and Analysis of Current Literature for Children: PS-Grade 3
Introduction to Records and Information Management
Library Administration and Management
Advanced Reference Service Strategies
Collection Development and Selection of Materials
Multicultural Information Services and Resources
Software Productivity Tools
Building Web-Based Information Services
Introduction to Health Informatics and E-Science
T 5:30pm - 8:00pm
Oral History: A Methodology for Research
M 6:00pm - 8:30pm