L&S Course proposal information

Please see below for resources related to submitting course proposals.

The L&S contact for course proposals is Zach McLeod, zachary.mcleod@wisc.edu

 Campus Resources
 Description
Lumen Courses (Campus course proposal system)
All requests to change courses or propose new courses must go through the campus course proposal system, Lumen Courses
Syllabus requirements for course proposals
Syllabi that are submitted with course proposals must meet the criteria outlined in the webpage referenced.
Campus policies - course proposal elements
 All campus policies that relate to course proposals, approved by the University Curriculum Committee (UCC).
Course Proposal Status Data Viz  Displays current workflow status of all active Lumen Course Proposals
Lumen/Guide Roles Directory Data VizDisplays NetIDs with authorization to edit, review, and approve Lumen Course Proposals
  
L&S Resources
 Description
L&S course proposal deadlines
Lists recommended and final L&S deadlines for each term for course change proposals and new course proposals
Overview of submitting course proposals
Describes the review process for course proposals
Details of L&S administrative review
Describes how courses are administratively reviewed (and what types of revisions might be requested) before course proposals are put on the L&S Curriculum Committee review
Offering Undergraduate Sections Online/HybridProvides information on offering online or hybrid undergraduate courses and the required approval process.

 
Course criteria pages
Description
L&S level criteria (e.g. elementary, intermediate, advanced)
Describes the criteria for the L&S undergraduate "level" criteria. This information can help proposers understand what level might be appropriate for their course, as well as explain why their course meets the criteria.
L&S "breadth" criteria (e.g. Biological Science, Physical Science, Humanities, Social Science, Literature, and Natural Science)
Describes the criteria for the L&S undergraduate "breadth" criteria. This information can help proposers understand what level might be appropriate for their course, as well as explain why their course meets the criteria.
General education designation criteria (e.g. Comm A, Comm B, QR-A, Q-B, Ethnic Studies)
Requests for a course to have a General Education designation added to a course are reviewed by the designated Gen Ed subcommittee or faculty liaison. The course criteria and review process can be found on this webpage.
  




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Owner:Kimbrin C.Group:L&S KB
Created:2022-02-07 10:35 CDTUpdated:2022-02-14 10:52 CDT
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