UNDERGRADUATE COURSE INTRODUCTION
SCCCC Fall 2020/Spring 2021
If the short course title, course number, subject code, or number of credit hours is to be changed, the current course MUST be deleted and
re-introduced under the new title and/or course number and/or different credit hours.
Place the cursor over each form field for instructions. See the Guidelines for Completion of Undergraduate/Certificate Course and
Curriculum Changes for additional instructions.
SECTION A COURSE DETAILS
Faculty/College/School:
Department or Program:
Subject code: Course number:
Confirm with Registrar prior to submitting to SCCCC.
Long Title (maximum 90 characters):
Short Title (maximum 30 characters):
Credit Hours: Grading mode: Spanned Course:
First term offered:
SECTION B COURSE DESCRIPTION FOR ACADEMIC CALENDAR
Provide the course description, exactly as it would appear in the Academic Calendar. See the Guidelines for information on
completing this section of the form, including the examples provided there.
SECTION C – RATIONALE FOR NEW COURSE
(See the Guidelines for instructions on how to complete this section of the form.)
Responds to a recommendation in an external undergraduate program review.
Provide a brief rationale for the course introduction in the space provided.
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SECTION D – REGISTRATION RESTRICTIONS
Indicate where registration is restricted to students in a faculty/college/school or academic program(s), including level or
year of study. List the faculty/college/school and/or programs(s). Indicate registration restrictions in the course description.
Faculty/college/school restrictions:
Program restrictions (e.g. Honours):
SECTION E – ADDITIONAL COURSE DETAILS
Laboratory / Tutorial / Field Trip Requirement: Indicate laboratory / tutorial / field trip requirement in course description.
La
boratory required Field trip required Tutorial required
Topics Courses:
This is a topics course.
This course can be completed as a topics course multiple times under different titles. Note in course description in
Section B of this form.
Wr
itten English and Mathematics Requirements, Recommended Introductory Course List for U1: Check all boxes that
apply. Attach Request for Statement of Support Form(s) and responses received.
Course satisfies Written English requirement.
Course satisfies Mathematics requirement.
Accepted for Recommended Introductory Course List (RIC List)
SECTION F – RESULTING CHANGES TO COURSES/PROGRAM(S)
See the Guidelines for instructions on how to complete this section of the form. Check all boxes that apply.
This course introduction leads to changes to:
other courses in your unit. Submit a Course Modification proposal for those courses.
programs in your unit. Submit Program Modification Forms.
courses in other academic units. Requests for Statement of
Support Forms are required.
program changes in other academic units. Requests for Statement of Support Forms are required.
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st all courses and/or programs that are affected, including those in other departments/faculties/colleges/schools. Be as
specific as possible.
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TION G – STATEMENT OF ADDITIONAL COSTS, WORKLOAD, AND/OR SUPPLIES
See the Guidelines for instructions on how to complete this section of the form. Indicate where not applicable.
SECTION H PREREQUISITE, COREQUISITE, PRE- OR COREQUISITE, & EQUIVALENCY/MUTUAL EXCLUSIVITY
List all prerequisite, corequisite, pre- or corequisite, equivalent, and mutually exclusive courses, including all applicable
previous courses numbers (both Aurora and IMS course numbers). See definitions in the Guidelines.
Indicate as a letter grade where a minimum grade for a prerequisite course, examination, or equivalency test is required. A
minimum grade of “C” is assumed. A different minimum grade must be stated. Indicate where concurrency is allowed.
Prerequisites: (MUST be taken before)
Pr
e- or Corequisites
(MUST be taken either before or at the same time)
Cor
equisites
(MUST be taken at the same time and not be a spanned course)
E
quivalent courses
(May NOT be held with existing or former courses with equivalent content, same credit hours, same level. Can be
used to meet same program requirements.)
M
utually exclusive courses
(May NOT be held with existing or former courses with significant content overlap and/or different credit
hours and/or different level or the same course previously offered as a topics course. Cannot be held together for credit or used to meet
the same program requirement.)
SECTION I – SUPPORTING DOCUMENTATION ATTACHED
See the Guidelines for information on required supporting documentation.
Course outline (required)
Library statement (normally required)
Request for Statement of Support Forms and responses received
Program Modification Form(s) included with faculty/college/school submission to SCCCC
SECTION J – SIGNATURES*
Department Approval:
Type Name Date
Facu
lty/College/School Approval:
Type Name Date
*Signatures are not required for Fall 2020 Submissions to SCCCC.
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