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Curriculog Guide, What to Look for
For every proposal:
For a sample syllabus, please visit https://www.uwyo.edu/acadaffairs/resources/syllabus/index.html.
Dual-listed, the UCRC Committee asks that you provide for each course pair (e.g., AAST 4065/AAST 5065) a single syllabus that will serve both “classes,” explicitly stating the dual listing.
For example, the syllabus for AAST 4065 should be written for AAST 4065/AAST 5065 and must show the requirements/expectations/assignments (etc.) for both undergraduate and graduate students.
Moreover, each syllabus must specify the differing expectations/assignments, etc. for undergraduates and graduate students (and, importantly, should demonstrate that graduate students engage in something like 15-20% more work than undergraduates).
If a course is over the 3000-level, is it highly encouraged by the University Course Review Committee that the course includes at least one prerequisite.
If a course is a Topics: course, please include a template syllabus that includes information about learning objectives.
**If the old syllabus does not fully meet the current syllabus requirements, but the new syllabus does meet the requirements, the new syllabi will be accepted**
NEW COURSE -Needs new syllabi attached in Curriculog
COURSE MODIFY- Needs old and new syllabus attached in Curriculog
COURSE DISCONTINUE – Needs no syllabus
If you are creating a new prefix or new course number, run this by firstname.lastname@example.org before you create the new course proposal in Curriculog.
Cross-Listing and Dual-Listing:
For a cross-listing or dual-listing, make sure the files attached on all the proposals, not just the main one.