Preference Selection, Preregistration, and Applications

The courses listed below require enrollment procedures through Preference Selection. Additional courses may be added before the spring term begins. If a course you expect to see is not listed here, please contact the appropriate academic department.


Residential College Seminars

Application opens Monday, December 8, at 8:30 a.m.
Application closes Monday, January 5, at 5:00 p.m.
Decisions will be available Friday, January 9, by 5:00 p.m.

For more information about the Residential College Seminar Program, see the program’s Web site.

  • CSBK 320, Approaches to Sustainable Food and Agriculture
  • CSBR 320, Negotiation and Behavior Change
  • CSCC 320, The Space Industry in U.S. History
  • CSDC 320, The Role of Real Estate in Economy and Society
  • CSES 320, Child Care, Society, and Public Policy
  • CSJE 320, The Craft of Narrative Journalism
  • CSMC 320, Trials of the Century
  • CSPC 320, Social History of Gossip
  • CSSM 320, Digital Media Activism
  • CSSY 320, The Book of Job and Contemporary Evil
  • CSTC 320, Prison Conditions in Modern America
  • CSTD 320, Gay Rights, Abortion Rights, and Religious Freedom
  • CSYC 320, Economic Sanctions in U.S. Foreign Policy
  • CSYC 321, Internet Law and Technology
  • CSYC 323, Mastering the Art of Watercolor

Freshman Seminars

Application opens Monday, December 8, at 8:30 a.m.
Application closes Thursday, January 8, at 5:00 p.m.
Decisions will be available Friday, January 9, by 5:00 p.m.

For more information about the Freshman Seminar Program, see the program’s Web page.
For a list of freshman seminars offered in 2014–2015, see Yale College Programs of Study.


Courses with Preregistration before the Term Begins

Preregistration opens Monday, December 8, at 8:30 a.m.
Preregistration closes Thursday, January 8, at 5:00 p.m.
Assignments will be available Friday, January 9, by 5:00 p.m.

Economics

For more information about the courses below, see the Economics department Web site.

English

For more information about the courses below, see the English department Web site.

  • ENGL 114, Writing Seminars
  • ENGL 115, Literature Seminars
  • ENGL 120, Reading and Writing the Modern Essay
  • ENGL 121, Styles of Academic and Professional Prose
  • ENGL 125, Major English Poets from Chaucer to Donne,
  • ENGL 126, Major English Poets from Milton to T. S. Eliot
  • ENGL 127, Readings in American Literature
  • ENGL 130, Epic in the European Literary Tradition

French

For more information about the courses below, see the French department Web site.

  • FREN 120, Elementary and Intermediate French II
  • FREN 130, Intermediate and Advanced French I
  • FREN 140, Intermediate and Advanced French II
  • FREN 150, Advanced Language Practice

German

For more information about the courses below, see the German department Web site.

Japanese

For more information about the course below, see the East Asian Languages and Literatures department Web site.

Mathematics

For more information about the courses below, see the Mathematics department Web site.

  • MATH 112, Calculus of Functions of One Variable I
  • MATH 115, Calculus of Functions of One Variable II
  • MATH 120, Calculus of Functions of Several Variables

Physics

For more information about the course below, see the Physics department Web site.

  • PHYS 181, University Physics (2nd term)

Portuguese

For more information about the courses below, see the Spanish and Portuguese department Web site.

  • PORT 120, Elementary Portuguese II
  • PORT 122, Elementary Portuguese for Romance Language Speakers II
  • PORT 125, Intensive Elementary Portuguese
  • PORT 140, Intermediate Portuguese II

Spanish

For more information about the courses below, see the Spanish and Portuguese department Web site.


Discussion Sections and Laboratories

Opening and closing dates for section selection vary by course. For more information, see the individual course records in OCI.

Chemistry

Choose a discussion section for
  • CHEM 113, Chemistry with Problem Solving II
  • CHEM 114, Comprehensive General Chemistry I
  • CHEM 115, Comprehensive General Chemistry II
  • CHEM 125, Freshman Organic Chemistry II
  • CHEM 220, Organic Chemistry
  • CHEM 221, The Organic Chemistry of Life Processes
  • CHEM 252, Introductory Inorganic Chemistry
  • CHEM 333, Physical Chemistry with Applications in the Physical Sciences II
Choose a laboratory section for

Physics

Choose a laboratory section for
  • PHYS 166L, General Physics Laboratory (2nd term)
  • PHYS 205L, Modern Physical Measurement (1st term)
  • PHYS 206L, Modern Physical Measurement (2nd term)