Changes to Existing Courses

Changes to the permanent information of a course, not including scheduling information: days, times and instructors, should be submitted to the Associate Academic Dean, Jan Garfield. On the form presented below, check the item(s) to be changed and provide the new information. ALL CHANGES MUST BE MADE PRIOR TO THE PRINTING OF THE SEMESTER SCHEDULE. No changes to the permanent course information will be made once the schedule is printed for a specific semester.

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Change to Existing Course Form

Changes must be consistent among all sections and may be changed only with approval of the Academic Dean and the Curriculum Committee for undergraduate course, or the Graduate Dean for graduate courses.

Your Name:
Your E-mail:


Current Course Standing
Include additional title and course number if course is crosslisted.

School:

Course Number

Course Title

Credit Hours

Requested Change
Please complete information for each proposed change.

Semester and year proposed change(s) will take effect

Proposed Course Title (70 character limit)

Proposed Level Undergraduate Undergraduate/Graduate Graduate only

Proposed Course Description (80 word limit)

Change Class Fees from to .

Change Credit Hours from to .

Change General Studies Degree Requirements
from to .

Change Prerequisites from
to
(Numbers only please)

Change Writing Intensive to Yes or No

Change Repeatable from Yes or No; # of Times
to Yes or No; # of Times .

Why is this course repeatable?
To improve grade To improve technique Rotating Special Topics

Change Crosslisting (fill in the blanks

from

 
Controlling Department, Course Number & Title

Cooperating Department, Course Number & Title

to

 

Reason for Change - Please give a brief explanation for each proposed change


If you have questions, contact Jan Garfield, at jgarfield@popmail.colum.edu or your Curriculum Committee departmental representative.

 


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