2017-2018 Graduate Experimental Course

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General Catalog Information

  • Experimental courses may be offered for up to two calendar years before being approved through the C&I process. Approval signatures are required from the academic unit head(s) and dean(s) of the areas offering the course and the vice provost.
    • A proposed syllabus for this course that provides sufficient detail to inform the reader of course content, methodology, etc. will need to be attached.
    Use this form to create a new Graduate experimental course.
    Do not use this form for undergraduate courses.

    1. TURN ON help text before starting this proposal by clicking in the top right corner of the heading.
    2. SELECT an Academic Unit. Be as specific as possible by choosing a program if it is listed. 
    3. SAVE all changes by clicking on  or​ Save All Changes.
    4. REVIEW approvers for each step. Verify that each one is correct.
    5. IMPORT from catalog by clicking.
    6. RUN Impact Report and contact other affected units before launching proposal. 
    7. FILL IN all fields required marked with an *. You will not be able to launch the proposal without completing required fields.
    8. LAUNCH proposal by clicking in the top left corner.
    9. EDIT proposal. 
    10. SAVE all changes.

  • Select Course Level*
  • Academic Unit*
  • Prefix*
    Number*
  • Long Title*
  • Enter the Short Course Title in ALL CAPS. Enter the abbreviated course title, if the Long Title exceeds 30 characters. This title will show on a student’s transcript and in MyMadison.

  • Short Title*
  • Enter Minimum Units and Maximum Units with two places after the decimal. Example: 3.00

  • Help: Minimum credits. Written as a decimal. Example 1.00 Enter the credit hours appropriate for the course. If the hours are not variable, enter the same number as the minimum and maximum. If the credits may vary by offering, enter the minimum and maximum number of credits available.
    Minimum Units:*
    Help: Maximum credits. Written as a decimal. Example 3.00 Enter the credit hours appropriate for the course. If the hours are not variable, enter the same number as the minimum and maximum. If the credits may vary by offering, enter the minimum and maximum number of credits available.
    Maximum Units:*
  • Help: Short abstract describing the course:
    Short abstract describing the course:*
  • Requisite(s)
  • Will this course be cross-listed and/or dual-level?*
  • If yes, enter cross-listed and/or dual-level course(s).
  • Will the course be offered as:*
  • Course Grading
  • Grading Option*
    Course Component*
  • Maximum Allowed Units for Repeatable Courses
    Maximum Allowed Completions for Repeatable Courses
  • Date of initial offering of this course.

  • Semester*
    Year
  • If this is a collaborative effort, describe the other academic units, colleges or areas of the university that will be involved.

  • Academic Units / Colleges / Other Involvement
  • Faculty
  • Will the course use existing or additional faculty?*
    • If existing faculty will teach courses, explain how course loads will be adjusted to accommodate the change.
    • If additional faculty will be required, describe how they will be funded.

  • Faculty Justification*
  • Are additional resources needed?
  • For each of the sections below, indicate if additional resources are required and how those resources are being obtained.

  • Requires new classroom / laboratory space?*
  • Help: Describe any new classroom/laboratory space that will be required, including where it is located.
    If so, explain below:
  • Requires new equipment?*
  • Help: Describe any additional equipment that will be required (e.g., hardware, software, laboratory apparatuses, etc.) and how it will be funded.
    If so, explain below:
  • Requires special funding?*
  • Help: Describe any additional funding that will be required, the reason(s) for funding and how it will be obtained.
    If so, explain below:
  • Requires additional Library / Information Technology resources?*
  • Help: Describe any additional library or information technology resources that will be needed.
    If so, explain below:
  • Justify the development of this course by answering the following questions:
  • What are the goals and objectives of the course? *
  • How does the course contribute to the academic unit, college or university program(s)? *
  • Help: Enter a purpose and/or justification for the request being submitted. This should include information on why or how the idea was initiated (e.g., requests from students, requests from other academic units, results of assessment activities or Academic Program Review, new faculty specialty area, ect.)
    Purpose and Justification*
  • Attach a proposed syllabus for this course that provides sufficient detail to inform the reader of course content, methodology, etc.

  • Enter Minimum Units and Maximum Units with two places after the decimal. Example: 3.00

  • Please Confirm*
Administrative Use Only
  • HEGIS Code
    Status
  • Course Attribute 1
    Course Attribute 2
  • Course Attribute Value 1
    Course Attribute Value 2
  • Catalog Ownership
  • Catalog ID
    Course Type
  • Course ID
  • Credits for Acalog
  • Section Size 1
    Section Size 2
  • Consent Required
    Enrollment Requirement
  • Repeatable
  • Instructional Mode 1
    Instructional Mode 2