CLAS Curriculum

Courses

To create or modify a course, please follow the instructions below.

How to create a new course:

You must first complete or provide the following documents, the first three of which may be accessed at approval.ufl.edu.

  1. UCC1 form.  For illustration, we're providing an example. For instructions on how to write proper course titles, please consult these Detailed Course Instructions.
  2. Syllabus Checklist.
  3. External Consultation Form. This form should be included only in cases of actual or perceived overlap with other departments or colleges. We're providing this example.
  4. Complete syllabus for the proposed course. See the University of Florida Policy on Course Syllabi (PDF) and syllabus templates. You may find it most helpful to use the following Complete Syllabus example (Word)

How to modify an existing course:

You must first complete or provide the following documents, the first three of which may be accessed at approval.ufl.edu.

  1. UCC2 form.  We provide this example.
  2. Syllabus Checklist.
  3. External Consultation Form. This form should be included only in cases of actual or perceived overlap with other departments or colleges. We're providing this example.
  4. Complete syllabus, when proposing one of the following changes:  lab code, credit/contact hours, rotating topic designation, variable credit, course description. See the University of Florida Policy on Course Syllabi (PDF) and syllabus templates. You may find it most helpful to use the following Complete Syllabus example (Word)

Fill out the forms completely and save on your computer. Read Submission Instructions if needed.

Start the Approval Process for Undergraduate courses or Graduate courses. You'll be prompted to sign in with your GatorLink user name and password. There are detailed steps for submission, and you'll choose which department will begin the review process. Once the department curriculum committee has approved the new course proposal and all comments from consultations have been received, the Chair/director can approve the on-line UCC2 with the appropriate attachments. The request will be forwarded automatically to the College Curriculum Committee. It then goes to the Graduate Curriculum Committee and the University Curriculum Committee. Final step will be Statewide Course Numbering System (SCNS) approval.

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