The academic catalog contains information about general graduation requirements and academic majors. Along with advice from an advisor, the academic catalog is a tool to determine what classes to take. The catalog includes Policies and Procedures.
Academic advisors help you make sure that every class counts, moving you toward graduation and your own personal goals. Be proactive in seeking support and advice—don't wait until your academic progress is in danger.
Whether you wish to get ahead with your degree, make up for courses missed, or explore new areas of study, Summer Session can help you earn the credit you need. Enrollment is open to full-time or part-time SJSU students and the general public through Open University.
Winter Session is a compacted session between the Fall and Spring semesters, offering degree credit courses. Enrollment is open to full-time or part-time SJSU students and the general public through Open University.
San José State University’s Open University (OU) program allows students from outside the university to enroll in university courses on a space-available basis and gain college credit.
In light of the recent events related to COVID-19, information on the Class Schedule pages is subjective to change. Every effort has been made to publish the most complete and accurate information. However, some scheduling information is subject to change without notice. The class schedule pages are refreshed nightly. Real-time course listings, including textbook information, is found at one.sjsu.edu by searching for 'Class Search' in the Search Box.