CUIndependent.com is excited to introduce a new tool to let students know what they’re getting into before they sign up for a class – the CUI grade database.
In brief, we’ve compiled data about every class at CU over the past year (spring and fall 2013). You can look up info regarding the grades given out, how much time per week students said they spent on the class and how big the classes were. And all of this is organized by the class number, course name and instructor.
Users can search for anything in the table or sort it by column, but with more than 6,000 classes, you’d be better suited searching for something then sorting the table.
To see it for yourself, click here and enjoy!
We decided to cut down the data from more than 44,000 classes starting in fall 2006 to just the past year, because instructors come and go, syllabi change and curricula get updated.
Robert R. Denton is the former Editor-in-Chief of CUIndependent.com Contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org.