What are the easiest ways for someone to browse through course webpages?

<p>Are most of them not open to the public?</p>

<p>Not sure about other colleges but Yale's is available unless you are looking for actual class times.</p>

<p><a href="http://yalecollege.yale.edu/sites/default/files/u59/YCPS%202011.pdf%5B/url%5D"&gt;http://yalecollege.yale.edu/sites/default/files/u59/YCPS%202011.pdf&lt;/a&gt;&lt;/p>

<p>The on-line course catalog is easier to navigate than the pdf. See: Yale</a> Online Course Information | Search Courses</p>

<p>Hmm, what about individual course webpages to individual courses? Like - maybe I want to see what the homework and midterms look like?</p>

<p>That info is typically only available to current students. What use would it be to you if you weren't taking the class?</p>

<p>Maybe if I wanted to see what types of course material the school offers, and learn some interesting stuff along the way?</p>

<p>I come from a school where a significant number of course webpages are already posted online for public consumption (as far as I know, only UWashington and Caltech do it - MIT OCW's available material is outdated), and I've benefited <em>a lot</em> from it.</p>

<p>Yale, like MIT, also has some open course ware offerings. Other than that, the rest is only available to students with valid Yale CAS login.</p>

<p>Online</a> Video Lectures and Course Materials — Open Yale Courses</p>