Curricular change - Courses

Course Revision

Some course revisions can be submitted on a minor curricular change form.  Examples of minor changes include:

  • Title change
  • Catalog Description Change
  • Prerequisite change
  • Drop course
  • Drop crosslisting
  • Add UI Co-op status
  • Credit Reduction

Significant changes to a course  require the submission of the Major Curricular Change Form- Course Revision.  Examples of major changes include:

  • Change to course subject or number
  • Increase in course credit
  • Change in Variable or Repeat credit
  • New crosslisting
  • New conjoint
  • Change to grading

 

Please note the following:

  • Each submission requires a rationale statement and course syllabus.  Guidelines for the course syllabus can be found here.
  • Submissions will be routed to the chair and dean (or designee) for approval.
  • Guidelines for graduate level and conjoint courses can be found here.
  • Definition of credits can be found in Rule 27 of the catalog.
  • Individual colleges may have specific submission requirements.  Be sure to check the curricular change process for your college.

 

New Course or Restore Course

A request for a new course or to restore a previous course requires the submission of the Major Curricular Change Form New/Restore Course.

Please note the following:

  • Submitter should make sure requested course number is available.
  • Each submission requires a rationale statement and course syllabus.  Guidelines for the course syllabus can be found here.
  • Submissions will be routed to the chair and dean (or designee) for approval.
  • Guidelines for graduate level and conjoint courses can be found here.
  • Definition of credits can be found in Rule 27 of the catalog.
  • A one term request for temporary status can be requested while pursuing permanent status.  Temporary status can be granted after the course has received approval from the Catalog Subcommittee.
  • Individual colleges may have specific submission requirements.  Be sure to check the curricular change process for your college.