Semester at SDSU: Syllabi

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What is a syllabus?

A syllabus is an outline for a class.  It tells you everything you need to know about the class, such as what content will be covered, the learning objectives, it provides an overview of all assignments, the required readings, what will be discussed in class on a certain day, how your grade in the class will be determined, and dates of exams.

Please search for syllabi that you are interested in viewing on the SDSU Digital Library Website:

Please note that all syllabi are subject to change and should only be referenced for course content. Textbooks, professors, assignments, and course materials may vary per course. Please understand that not all courses are offered every semester and that obtaining a course syllabi does not guarantee that the course will be offered or that there will be space in the course. Further, it is important to note you will only receive syllabi from previous semesters.