New Course Request

Before submitting your request, please refer to the deadlines and the Curriculum and Assessment Operations Manual [pdf] found on the College of Arts and Sciences Curriculum and Assessment website.

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Course Information

A course numbering system [pdf] has been approved for semesters.

Please include whether this is an Honors (H) or an Honors Embedded (E) course
100 Character Limit
A Course Description is a series of coherent and grammatically correct phrases that state the major emphasis of the course. If the course is limited to specific semesters of offering this information may also be included (e.g. Autumn only). 400 character limit. This form does not track character limit.
Offering Information
Length of Course
One or more than one may be chosen.
If any portion of the formalized instruction is offered at a distance, the course is considered to have a distance learning component. One semester credit hour will be awarded for a minimum of 750 minutes of formalized instruction that typically requires students to work at out-of-class assignments an average of two hours for every hour of formalized instruction. The instructor bears the primary responsibility for formalized instruction, which may be delivered in a variety of modes.
One example of this is the generic seminar course, Classics 7890, which could be offered by more than one instructor during a given semester.
Campus of Offering
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Intended rank
Prerequisites and Exclusions

All courses listed will be assumed to be prerequisites unless otherwise specified. For more information, please visit the guidelines and examples.

Cross-listings may only exist between two or more courses within different departments. Course numbers should be identical and the concurrency letter(s) or email (s) must accompany the request. For more information on Cross-Listings, see page 18 of the ASC Manual found at
Requirement/Elective Designation
Is this course a GE? If so, please check all topics that apply.
Please note that the following three topics are mutually exclusive: Literature, Visual and Performing Arts, and Culture and Ideas.
Course Details
These should be stated to make clear what students will know, be able to do, or the perspective they will acquire in the course experience. Departments are encouraged to work with their college's curricular associate dean for guidance on how to complete this section. For more information on developing course goals and other course design topics, contact the University Center for the Advancement of Teaching for consulting services, workshops, and recommended readings:
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A syllabus is required for all new course requests.