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PROPOSING
DEPARTMENT:
SECOND DEPARTMENT
FOR JOINT PROPOSAL:
COURSE NUMBER
Contact
Registrar’s Office
for designated
course number
TYPE NAME OF
REGISTRAR
CONTACT & GET
INITIALS
IF THIS IS A REVISED COURSE, CHECK OFF ALL ITEMS
BELOW THAT HAVE BEEN CHANGED:
TITLE CHANGE
CATALOG DESCRIPTION
NUMBER OF CREDITS
NUMBER OF HOURS
PREREQUISITES
COREQUISITIES
INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES
PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES
GRADING STANDARDS
LIBRARY ARTICULATION
COMPUTER SOFTWARE ARTICULATION
CORE COMPETENCIES
COURSE OUTLINE
OTHER:
Please specify:
PER WEEK:
LAB HOURS
COURSE TITLE:
(maximum 50 characters & spaces)
COURSE ABBREVIATION:
(maximum 20 characters & spaces)
IF THE CLASSROOM HOURS & THE NUMBER OF CREDITS
ARE NOT IDENTICAL, EXPLAIN THE DIFFERENCE BELOW:
TYPE OF PROPOSAL
PERMANENT
EXPERIMENTAL
COURSE STATUS
NEW
REVISED
DO THE LAB HOURS
REPRESENT FACULTY
HOURS?
YES
NO
NO LAB HOURS
COURSE PROPOSAL FORM
SUBJECT AREA:
PROPOSING DEPARTMENT(S)
COURSE ATTRIBUTES:
LIBERAL ARTS
YES NO
URBAN STUDIES
YES NO
WRITING INTENSIVE
YES NO
CAPSTONE
YES NO
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Pathways Course? YES NO WILL BE SUBMITTED
If yes, indicate category below:
Required
Flexible
English Composition
Quantitative Reasoning
Life and Physical Sciences
World Cultures
US Experience
Creative Expression
Individual and Society
Scientific World
CATALOG DESCRIPTION:
(maximum of 500 characters & spaces)
The course description should provide students with a description of the course content and methodology. The reading level of the
course should be designed for our student population. Also, since catalog descriptions will be used by other colleges as a basis for
granting transfer credits, the description should provide adequate information to guide other colleges in their deliberations.
Course is Required for:
(e.g.: students in the Occupational Therapy program)
Are core competencies and abilities assessed? Yes No
Competencies.
Abilities.
Inquiry and Problem-Solving
Integrative Learning
Global Learning
Written Communication
Oral Communication
Digital Communication
Course is Closed to:
(e.g.: All students not meeting the pre/pre-co/corequisites)
This Course Replaces:
(If it is not a replacement course, write “none”.)
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Basic skills &/or ESL
Prerequisites
Pre/Corequisites
Corequisites
Reading (e.g., none,
CSE095):
Writing (e.g., none
ENA099):
Mathematics (e.g.,
none MAT098):
ESL (e.g., none
ESL097, ESL098):
College-Level Course Prerequisites: List the highest college-level prerequisites within each discipline. Do not
include embedded prerequisites for courses in this list- e.g., if ENG102 is a prerequisites, do no list ENG101.
Prerequisites
Pre/Corequisites
Corequisites
Additional Pre/Pre-Co/Corequisites:
Specify Pre/Pre-Co/Corequisite, e.g., Prerequisite EMT Certification; Prerequisite CPR Certification, etc.
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This course will first be
offered in: (e.g., Fall 2020)
Proposed
maximum class
size:
Provide a brief rationale (the “why”) for the
proposed course or course revisions. Focus on
checked areas on the first page.
Estimated # of
students per year:
How many sections will be
offered?
Provide information about any government,
legal, industrial, and professional requirements
or vocational objectives, for which the course is
designed.
Indicate if the course is being developed for a
grant. If so, provide relevant details.
Grading standards:
Describe how you will assess the work of students in
this class. Please be specific when describing types of
assessment tools. Please note that the total of all
categories (assignments, exams, oral presentations,
research papers, etc.) must be 100%. If appropriate,
list the number and percentage value of each type of
assignment. For example: 3 written quizzes @ 10%
each = 30%.
Subsequent to the first offering, this course will be
offered in the following sessions: (check all that apply)
FALL
SPRING
CATEGORY
%
Total
100%
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PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES:
These objectives describe, in behavioral terms, what the
students should be able to do at the end of the course.
Your performance objectives must be part of your course
outline and should parallel, if possible, your instructional
objectives. Some examples of beginning phrases which
may be used for a performance objective follow:
At the conclusion of this course, students will be able
to:
analyze ... identify….
compare and contrast… illustrate…
compute… interpret
define locate…
describe… prepare…
draw… solve…
explain… write..
List of performance objectives:
At the conclusion of this course, students will be able to:
INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES:
These objectives should focus on the goals of the
proposed course, that is, what the instructor expects to
achieve. The instructional objectives must be part of the
course outline distributed to students at the beginning
of each session. Some
examples of beginning phrases
which may be used for an instructional objective follow:
During this course, the instructor expects to:
enable…
introduce...
provide the student with...
reinforce...
List of instructional objectives:
During this course, the instructor expects to:
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INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES:
PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES:
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COURSE OUTLINE:
Provide a weekly, topical outline that will be used to
guide instructors in teaching this course. The weekly
topical outline should delineate 12 weeks of instruction
and the thirteenth week should be labeled “Final Exam”.
If a course is designed for a 6 - week session only, the
outline should delineate 12 weeks of instruction and the
thirteenth week should be labeled “Final Exam”.
COURSE OUTLINE (CONTINUED):
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COURSE OUTLINE: (CONTINUED):
COURSE OUTLINE: (CONTINUED):
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LIBRARY / FACILITIES ARTICULATION
Please give author, tittle, edition, publisher and date for each book; tittle and publisher for each periodical tittle.
Provide ISBN or ISSN if easily accessible. For media items, include distributor. After each item, indicate the status as
follows: in collection, or recommended for purchase.
#1 TEXTBOOK (S):
(Specify STATUS at the end of each entry.)
AUTHOR (S):
TITLE:
EDITION:
PUBLISHER:
DATE:
ISBN:
eBook ISBN:
STATUS:
In Collection Recommend for purchase Required Text Book Recommended Text Book
AUTHOR (S):
TITLE:
EDITION:
PUBLISHER:
DATE:
ISBN:
eBook ISBN:
STATUS:
In Collection Recommend for purchase Required Text Book Recommended Text Book
AUTHOR (S):
TITLE:
EDITION:
PUBLISHER:
DATE:
ISBN:
eBook ISBN:
STATUS:
In Collection Recommend for purchase Required Text Book Recommended Text Book
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Append additional page if necessary:
#2 SUBSCRIPTION DATABASES
NAME :
PUBLISHER:
STATUS:
(CHECK ONE)
Subscribing Recommend
NAME :
PUBLISHER:
STATUS:
(CHECK ONE)
Subscribing Recommend
NAME :
PUBLISHER:
STATUS:
(CHECK ONE)
Subscribing Recommend
#3 PERIODICALS: (NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINES,
JOURNALS, YEARBOOKS) (Specify STATUS at the
end of each entry.)
Note that the Library will not be able to subscribe to
many new periodicals. However, the articles from
more and more periodicals appear in the Library’s
electronic full-text databases.
PERIODICAL
TITLE :
PUBLISHER:
ISSN:
STATUS:
(CHECK ONE)
In Collection Recommend for purchase
AVAILABLE IN
DATABASE (S)
PERIODICAL
TITLE :
PUBLISHER:
ISSN:
STATUS:
(CHECK ONE)
In Collection Recommend for purchase
AVAILABLE IN
DATABASE (S)
#4 MEDIA ITEMS: (CD’s, DVD’s, streaming video
etc.) (Specify STATUS at the end of each entry.)
TITLE:
DISTRIBUTOR
STATUS:
(CHECK ONE)
In Collection Recommend for purchase
TITLE:
DISTRIBUTOR:
STATUS:
(CHECK ONE)
In Collection Recommend for purchase
TITLE:
DISTRIBUTOR:
STATUS:
(CHECK ONE)
In Collection Recommend for purchase
TITLE:
DISTRIBUTOR:
STATUS:
(CHECK ONE)
In Collection Recommend for purchase
INFORMATION LITERACY:
The proposer and the library faculty have
collaborated on plans for the above listed (and
other) resources to be used in activities
designed to increase student information
literacy.
TYPE NAME OF LIBRARY
FACULTY & OBTAIN
INITIALS
TYPE FACULTY
PROPOSER’S NAME AND
OBTAIN INITIALS
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PROPOSER(S)
DEPARTMENT(S)
DATE
CHAIRPERSON(S) OF DEPT. CURRICULUM
COMMITTEE(S)
DEPARTMENT(S)
DATE
DEPT’L REPRESENTATIVE (S) TO COLLEGE
SENATE CURRICULUM COMMITTEE
DEPARTMENT(S)
DATE
DEPARTMENT CHAIRPERSON(S)
DEPARTMENT(S)
DATE
Chair of College Senate Curriculum Committee
Date / /
APPROVAL PAGE:
For all items below, type in the faculty and department names and obtain the initials for each person listed.
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