Syllabi for All Undergraduate Courses
To better inform students about the requirements, content and methodology of the University’s undergraduate curricula, all faculty teaching undergraduate courses will distribute a written syllabus to each student in the course and/or post it online no later than the second week of classes. The syllabus should contain the following information:
- 1. Course objective(s).
- 2. A brief list or summary of topics or projects covered.
- 3. Course requirements and methods of evaluation.
- 4. Grading criteria, including whether or not the plus/minus system will be used.
- 5. Contact information (instructor’s name, office hours, office location and campus phone number).
- 6. For a General Education course, the syllabus should describe how it meets the currently approved goals of the General Education section in which it resides.
- 7. For an Upper Division General Education course, the syllabus should include a statement that informs students that the course is an Upper Division General Education course and that it requires completion of writing assignments totaling a minimum of 2,500 words.