Noncredit Course Proposal
Proposed Course Title:
What type of audience is the course designed for?
Course Description: Describe in three or four sentences the essence of your course. Include
skills and/or knowledge to be taught and course purpose or emphasis. This paragraph may be
used to publicize the course: please be specific.
Benefits to Students: List below at least six applications of the skills or knowledge students
will gain. Finish the sentence, “Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to...”.
Use measurable action verbs such as apply, create, demonstrate, define, describe, explain,
develop, recognize, evaluate, implement or solve to complete the sentence.
• Number of hours for each class session?
• Number of sessions per week?
• Total number of instructional hours?
Course Topics: For each class session planned, list the major topics to be discussed. If you have
more than eight sessions, attach another sheet and continue numbering the sessions in sequence.