The button to submit a course proposal is at the very bottom of this page.
You will be prompted to upload a course proposal form (available below) and a full syllabus.
Curriculum Committee and General Education Committee Deadlines
1 Sept: Proposals for courses to be taught first in Spring Term. INQ & HNRS to GEC. All others to CC
15 Nov: Proposals for changes to majors/minors/concentrations to be effective in fall. All to CC
20 Jan: Proposals for courses to be taught first in Fall Term or May Term (16 months later). INQ, HNRS, and May to GEC. All others to CC.
Disciplinary/Departmental Courses to Curriculum Committee
If a course proposal affects catalog language in any way (e.g., if it must be listed in a category of courses counting in a major or other program), the proposal form requires proposers to include marked up catalog language. Here is a Word version of the current catalog. Copy the needed section into the proposal form, and mark-up as noted in the form: Word version of college catalog.
New or Revised Majors, Minors, or Concentrations to Curriculum Committee
Adding a single, new course to a major, minor, or concentration can be done through the Disciplinary Course Proposal Form. If you need to remove a course, add multiple courses, make structural changes, or propose a new program, please use the New or Revised Program Proposal Form. This form is new. Please email the completed proposal to the Curriculum Committee Chair, Pamela Schlosser. Copy the Department Chair on that email. No program proposals will be considered by Curriculum Committee without the Department Chair's endorsement.
INQ, IL, and HNRS Courses to General Education Committee
Submit course proposals below. Proposals to add or modify existing majors, minors, and concentrations should be sent by email directly to the chair of Curriculum Committee (Pamela Schlosser for Fall 2019; Michael Hakkenberg for Spring 2020). Requests to designate an existing course as Global should be sent by email directly to the chair of General Education Committee (Dana-Linn Whiteside for Fall 2019; Meg Steinweg for Spring 2020).