CourseLeaf Submission Deadlines
- New Program
- New Minor
- Occupational Endorsement
- Program Change
- Program Deletion
- New Courses
- Course Change
- Course Compression
- Course Drop
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Requirements for Major Course Changes and New Program Changes
Additional CourseLeaf Information:
All courses are processed through CourseLeaf with the following exceptions:
- Spring Courses: 2nd Friday in September
- Fall Courses: 2nd Friday in February
Note: Once a trial course is approved, the course may only be offered up to three times.
Deadline: Two weeks prior to the beginning of the semester.
The Special Topics electronic form is brand new! Below are directions on how to access the form using the link posted above:
Click on the green button "Propose New Miscellaneous".
Select "Special Topics Course Proposal" in the request type drop down menu.
Begin filling out the proposal form for your Special Topics course.
Note: Special Topics courses may only be taught once.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Minor Changes - no syllabus required
- Changing the frequency of offering
- Minor editorial changes or corrections
- Adding options to the prerequisites
- Cross-listing courses (starting with an already existing course)
- Uncross-listing current courses (will automatically deactivate course to be uncross-listed)
- Course number changes that DO NOT affect upper or lower division status
- Changing Course Classification (approved by the Curriculum Council Chair)
Major Changes - course syllabus required
- New Course Proposal
- Changing the number of credits
- Changing the credit distribution of the course
- Changing from upper to lower division status or vice versa
- Stacking courses
- Adding required prerequisites
- Removing prerequisites
- Changing the mode of delivery (i.e. adding or removing a lab, practicum, or internship)
- Deactivating a course (this permanently deletes the course)
- Changing repeatability for credit
- Changing a program name
- Changing program requirements
- Changing course credit requirement
- Changing admissions requirements
- Changing or correcting program descriptions (Minor editorial changes can be made on catalog proofs)
- Adding course options to course lists under program requirements.
UAF may grant credit for courses co-sponsored by certain organizations. This policy is intended to insure that such courses meet UAF academic standards, that accurate student records are maintained, and that UAF’s administrative expenses are covered.
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If you are proposing a course that has a Math prerequisite, find the MATH courses that can be counted as equivalents in the back coding of Banner. It is up to each department to determine if those "or" classes will actually cover the information they are looking for.