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In order to create a custom list of your courses, you must build a URL. The general syntax for a summary course listing is as follows:
param2represent one of the parameters described below.
value2represent the values associated with the corresponding parameter.
You must use at least one parameter, but there is no limit on the number of additional parameters. Use the format
¶m=value to add as many parameters as you need.
Course parameters & values
The three-character academic term code for upcoming terms (example values: 07F, 08W, 08S). No term is mandatory as the program will automatically return information for any term(s) currently in the database.
Two possible values: A or O. A - Returns all courses in the term. O - Returns only those courses in the term with open seats. If no search_type is specified, the program defaults to A.
A university course number containing subject ID, course number, and/or section number (example values: ACCT, ACCT207, ACCT207010).
Last name of the instructor of the course.
Corresponds to the LOCATION parameter on the Courses Search page. Type in University campus locations (examples: LEWES, PARIS, WILM)
Obtains the list of courses which are designated as Satisfying University Multicultural Requirement. The value Y must be used to enable this parameter.
A&S Writing Requirement
Obtains the list of courses which are designated as Satisfying A&S Writing Requirement. The value Y must be used to enable this parameter.
Discovery Learning Experience Course
Obtains the list of courses which are designated as Discovery Learning Experience Course. The value Y must be used to enable this parameter.
Obtains the list of courses which are designated as Honors Course. The value Y must be used to enable this parameter.
The two-character college code values:
AG - College of Agriculture & Natural Resources
AS - College of Arts and Sciences
BE - Lerner College of Business and Economics
EG - College of Engineering
HN - College of Health Sciences
HP - College of Human Resources, Education & Public Policy
MS - College of Marine and Earth Studies
CE - Continuing Education
US - University Studies
Page style parameters & values
Colleges, departments and programs may wish to customize the search return so that it maintains college, department or program web site image and/or color scheme.
A fully-qualified URL (
http://www.server.domain.edu/path/file.gif) pointing to the graphic to use as the banner image across the top of the page. The default image is UD Courses Search banner: http://primus.nss.udel.edu/CoursesSearch/images/coursesearch6.jpg.
Dark Color Stripe
The darker color stripe used on the top row of the search results page. The value must be a six-character hexadecimal codes used to represent colors (see the browser-safe color palette for browser-safe colors and their hexadecimal codes). If not included, the application uses the default shade of blue (value 6699CC).
Light Color Stripe
The lighter color stripe used to shade the table cells containing the table headings. The value must be a six-character hexadecimal code (see the browser-safe color palette for browser-safe colors and their hexadecimal codes). If not included, the application uses the default shade of blue (value 99CCFF).
Row Color Stripe
The striping color alternated with white to differentiate rows. The value must be a six-character hexadecimal codes (see the browser-safe color palette for browser-safe colors and their hexadecimal codes). If not included, the application uses the default shade of blue (value E5F2FF).
All questions regarding course data should be directed to the Office of the University Registrar.
All questions regarding construction or use of customized course URLs may be directed to MIS via the Feedback form.