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"What is the easiest American Cultures course?"
"Is there breadth this semester on Jazz?"
No need to play detective. Sort courses by average grade, workload and pages of reading. Course search, simplified.
A PDF for requirements? Ridiculous. Browse through requirements for all seven colleges with ease. See descriptions, enrollment data, and schedules to find the course that fits you.
"Will I get into Chemistry 1A this semester?"
"Does my prereq count as a breadth?"
Stop guessing. People enroll and drop classes all the time. Updating our data frequently to reflect this will help you get the latest information.
Apply filters simultaneously. Looking for a 3 Unit, Lower Division Psychology, Social and Behaviorial Science breadth course? Done!
In the first semester alone, we welcomed over 11,000 unique visitors to our site over 30,000 times. Over the last few months, we have been growing our team and working hard to redesign the site from the ground up. If all goes well, the next version of Berkeleytime will be released this summer, in time for the first day of class in August. We will release a preview of our work soon, so stay tuned!--Yuxin Zhu
First Three Days
Hey, everyone! I would like to share some updates with you about our launch last Thursday. Our initial goal was to reach 500 unique visitors in the first week. We reached that goal in the first three hours. In the first 24 hours, we had over 1700 students visit our site, and by the end of the third day, this number was over 3000. Over 30% of traffic is from returning visitors, who spend almost twice as much time on the site as they did during their first visit. Thank you for your support, and help us continue spreading the word.--Yuxin Zhu
Open Beta Launch (October 4th)
We are pleased to announce that Berkeleytime is now in beta. This means you and everyone else have full access to the site, but there are still a few bugs being worked out. We'd love it if you'd take the time, while you're using the site, planning your schedule, and beating telebears, to provide some feedback for us: what you like, what you don't like, what you think we should change.
Feel free to log on, rate and favorite the courses you've taken, and browse our new, easy to use catalog (way better than schedule.berkeley.edu!) If you notice a bug, have an idea for a new feature, or just want to give us feedback in general, click on the feedback link on the course page and fill out the form.--Noah Gilmore
Hey! My name is Yuxin, and I'm a second year Computer Science major here at UC Berkeley. Besides eating and napping, I love coming up with ideas and building cool things. In the future, I hope to be the technical founder of a startup and an entrepreneur who makes meaning in the world.
I originally conceived this project last Spring when I was signing up for classes. Berkeley is one of the world's most renowned research institutions, yet its support for undergraduates is seriously slacking. All the data you see on this website is updated and standardized automatically. There's no PDFs you have to read, or list of courses you have to Google. Everything is placed on a super simple user-interface, which we think is far superior to what students have now. Many, many all-nighters were spent putting this together, so I hope it helps you find your next favorite class!
Hi, my name is Noah and I'm a second year Electrical Engineering and Computer Science major as UC Berkeley. I'm really interested in web design, front-end development, and software engineering. My dream is to create the next Facebook or Spotify or Google, but for now I'm focused on learning more about computer science by hacking up new projects and strengthening my expertise in web design through client projects. In my spare time, I do web design work for a few campus organizations and I play bass drum in the Cal Band.
Special Thanks To:
Sanchit Bareja, Emily Chen, Niraj Almakanti, Ronald Lee
What do we do with your information?
When you register an account on berkeleytime, we request your email, tentative major, and graduation year.We use this information to improve our website by adding features oriented towards our audience.
March 17th 2013 Updated site with Fall 2013 schedule.
Oct 16th 2012 Updated issue with enrollment percentages not rendering properly on the page.
Oct 15th 2012 Added days of the week to the section panel of each course.
Oct 11th 2012 Users no longer have to wait for a list of courses to update before selecting new filters.
Oct 8th 2012 Fixed bug regarding courses in certain departments not appearing.
Oct 6th 2012 Added prerequisite information to course panel.