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4.1.2 Course Proposals For Undergraduate and Graduate Courses

Undergraduate Courses

Proposals for 100, 200, and 300 level courses should be submitted by faculty members to their department/school. Courses approved by the department/school are then acted upon by the college and, if approved there, are submitted to the University Curriculum Committee for possible review. Copies of approved course proposals must be received by the University Curriculum Committee by November 15 if they are to be considered for inclusion in the following year's catalog. Consult the Undergraduate Curriculum Committee Web site or the Chairperson of the University Curriculum Committee on questions related to the process of handling undergraduate curriculum matters.

Graduate Courses

Proposals for 400 and 500 level courses should be submitted by faculty members to their department/school. Courses approved by the department/school are then acted upon by the college and, if approved there, are submitted to the Graduate School for review. College approved courses must be received by the Graduate School by November 15 if they are to be considered for inclusion in the following year's catalog. Single copies of the course proposal form are available from the Graduate School Office or online at the Graduate School Web site. Consult the Chairperson of the Graduate School Curriculum Committee or the Graduate School on questions related to handling graduate curriculum matters.

Initiating body: Provost Office and Graduate School

Contact: University Curriculum Committee or Graduate School (309-438-2583)

Revised on: 05/2004


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