2) Course Number;
5) Distribution of hours in parentheses
1) Main Description sentences (25 words or less);
2) Other information (see below for examples*);
3) Online/Hybrid statement;
6) UP Course Group identifier, such as (University Program Group II-A: Descriptive Sciences)
*Examples of Phrases for Item 2 in Course Body (not necessarily in this order)
- Satisfies University Program Group II laboratory requirements.
- Identical to MSA 110. Credit may not be earned in more than one of these courses.
- May not be applied to Biology major or minor.
- Repeatable up to 9 hours when content does not duplicate previous topics.
- Minimum of 180 hours required for internship.
- Quantitative Reasoning.
- May be offered as Writing Intensive.
Example of a Course Description:
AAA 427 Special Topics on Car Insurance 3-9 (Spec)
Special topics relating to car insurance for both personal and business use. CR/NC. Identical to STF 427. Credit may not be earned in more than one of these courses. May not be applied to General Business Major. Repeatable up to 9 hours when content does not duplicate previous topics. This course may be offered in an online or hybrid format. Quantitative Reasoning. May be offered as Writing Intensive. Prerequisite: AAA 100. Recommended: STF 227. (University Program Group I-B: The Arts)
Note: Items 1-5 in the Course Body should end with a period. This assists with cleaning up of the rough text download from SAP that I use for the Bulletins.
If your current courses are not in this order, that is not a problem. This is a guide for courses going forward.
Questions? Contact the Senate Office (3350) or the Editor of Bulletins (1590)
Rationale for Course Level
Refer to the course-level rationale guide under resources on the home page.
Other Requirements and/or Materials for the Course
Verbs to avoid: understand, articulate, demonstrate.
Suggested Course Outline
Suggested Course Evaluation
Consider using participation (be descriptive) instead of using attendance.