College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences > Academics > Interdisciplinary Self-Designed Program > Student Resources > Course Selection, Registration & Transfers FAQ > Registration FAQ
Registration occurs basically in three ways:
In many cases matriculated degree candidates in ISD may simply use the online registration system through Campus Connection to register for courses. In other cases, registration must be arranged through the ISD Program Director in conjunction with the chair of the department in which the IDS student wishes to register.
In still other cases, registration must be arranged with the Coordinator of the Graduate Office of the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, who then secures the consent of the chair or director of the unit in which the student wishes to register.
ISD students receive the special privilege of taking courses in programs which ordinarily require a rigorous admission process. In turn these programs maintain registration oversight by an individualized registration process. For example, when an ISD student takes a course in Kellstadt, he or she will be in a class of MBA candidates. Although the description of the process makes it seem cumbersome, the special arrangements that ISD has made with the various schools enable registration to happen smoothly and efficiently, provided that the student contact the ISD office in sufficient time to make the arrangements.
In general, you may register directly online for courses in the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, the College of Education, and the Jarvis College of Computing and Digital Media, which do not have prerequisites and are not discussed on this page. Also in general you will need to request the ISD Director to make a request to another chair or director for courses in LAS, Education and CDM, which are part of departmental cores, etc.
The Kellstadt Course Request Form only applies to graduate-level Kellstadt classes. You can self-register via CampusConnect for all other approved 300-level commerce courses. Please do not contact Kellstadt professors for registration as they cannot add students to closed courses. Students may take up to five (5) Kellstadt courses in their graduate academic program. With questions about course availability, contact Susan Jacobs by e-mail or at (773) 325-8689.
Please fill out the Kellstadt Course Request Form completely. All of the necessary course information can be found online by logging into campusconnect.depaul.edu. If you have any questions about the form, or are seeking to modify your program, please contact the ISD Program’s office at (773) 325-7840. Please discuss any proposed program changes with either the Program Director Dr. David Gitomer, or the Associate Director Susan Jacobs, both who are available for advising appointments.