TBA means “To Be Announced”. If a course is listed as TBA, it means that a room or time has not yet been determined for that course. Contact the department offering the course.
TBA means the course location or time is “To be announced“.
TBA: To be announced. This is often used for courses that are video streamed. Video streaming classes are videotaped and students have the option to walk into class, watch the class online, or both.
A: Courses with a “TBA” meeting time do not have a required meeting time. As a rule, professors give a term paper for these courses, which is due by a certain deadline.
Abbreviation of to arrange, arrange or announce: Used to say that some details of an event are undecided: The finals will take place on Saturday April 18, time and location are yet to be announced.
DEFINITION: “TBA” and “TBD” mean “to be announced” and “to be determined”, respectively.
It means “To be announced“. Check Blackboard for this course and read the syllabus. This tells you whether the course is taking place in a classroom or online.
Based on this foundation in research on the development of academic writing, MIT’s communication requirement requires that all students take communication-intensive (CI) subjects both within and outside of their major throughout their academic career.
Fully Online Asynchronous (FOA in the timetable).
These classes do not have a fixed meeting time. Students do not have to meet at the same time.
Monday, Wednesday, Friday. MW. Monday Wednesday. TR. Tuesday, Thursday.
Fully online and asynchronous (FOA)
There is no set meeting time for these courses. There are no meetings on campus.
The vast majority of Agency MBS trading takes place in this futures market known as the TBA market (TBA stands for “To Be Announced“). In a TBA trade, the seller of MBS agrees on a selling price but does not specify which securities will be delivered to the buyer on the settlement date.
/ˌtiː biː ˈeɪ/ (used in announcements about events) to be announced.
To announce (TBA), to confirm or continue (TBC), to determine or to decide or to explain (TBD) and other variations are placeholder terms that are very commonly used in event planning to indicate that although something is planned or expected, some aspect of it has yet to be fixed or determined.
Abbreviation. To determine or to decide. “Time is TBD but we expect it to drop around 7pm.” ‘Date to be announced, but probably sometime in May.