* designates required fields.
Course Title: (Limit -- 27 Characters including spaces)
AGRICULTURAL AND BIOSYSTEMS ENGINEERING
AGRICULTURAL SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT
APPAREL, DESIGN, AND HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT
CEREAL AND FOOD SCIENCES
CLINICAL LABORATORY SCIENCE
CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT AND ENGINEERING
ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING
HEALTH, NUTRITION AND EXERCISE SCIENCE
HUMAN AND COMMUNITY EDUCATION
HUMAN DEVELOPMENT AND FAMILY SCIENCE
HUMAN DEVELOPMENT AND EDUCATION
INDUSTRIAL AND MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING
MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS
NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
POLMERS AND COATINGS
UNIVERSITY INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES
Note: The number 600 is designated for professional education development.
Number of Credits:
-- (15 instructional hours [face-2-face and/or online] required per semester credit)
-- (30 hours of lab time required for each lab credit proposed)
Five category (A-F)
Two category (S/U)
When proposing letter grades, syllabus must include a qualitative assessment rubric--contact our office for assistance, if needed. K-12 educators may select both types of grading as appropriate based on evolving school district requirements.
--600 course proposals require that the instructor(s) earned a minimum of a Master's degree.
After completing the information requested below, also submit a current complete resume/vita with full education and employment history (may be attached to an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org) and submit a transcript showing highest earned degree (may be faxed to 701-231-7016). For courses utilizing a guest lecturer(s), the course syllabus must include the name, highest earned degree, current position, and anticipated percentage of total instructional time taught by the guest lecturer(s). If several guest lecturers will be included, organize the information into a matrix or table.
Check the box to request a repeat for a course already approved (within the past three years for 600 courses or within the past year for all other courses). Also complete the information above but do not send attachments unless there has been a significant change in the syllabus or your professional achievements.
NOTE: If you need assistance from our office ordering textbooks, securing a teaching site, or some other logistic arrangement, please contact us by e-mail ( NDSU.DCE@ndsu.edu ) and request whatever help you need.
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