Proposing a course
Courses proposed for a 300-level, integrative General Education experience must meet these four outcomes:
- Demonstrate advanced information literacy skills (beyond the MREST)
- Communicate using both written and performance formats (beyond SCOM & WRTC)
- Engage with complex questions to achieve identified project goals
- Apply multiple disciplinary perspectives to a contemporary problem.
Existing courses are eligible for revision and re-piloting; so are new offerings, which will be piloted as experimental courses.
Preference is for courses that address one of the university’s current strategic initiatives (Diversity, Environmental Stewardship, Engaged learning, Community engagement, Civic engagement, or Ethical Reasoning in Action) in an intentional, meaningful way.
Pilot courses count as part of a department’s commitment to the General Education program.
To propose a course you’ll need to complete this request for endorsement form