Course Proposal Form

Course Proposal Form

  • Basic Info

  • Course Proposals

    Undergraduate

    Provide at least six different undergraduate courses in order of preference. Please include a one-paragraph course description and a tentative list of readings with proposals for undergraduate topics courses in the text box marked NOTES.
  • Undergraduate #1

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  • Undergraduate #2

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  • Undergraduate #3

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  • Undergraduate #4

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  • Undergraduate #5

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  • Undergraduate #6

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  • Graduate

    Graduate Faculty: Please list your requests for graduate courses in order of preference. Provide at least one graduate course you are willing to teach over the year. Please bear in mind that the reduced course count in the graduate programs, combined with the need to insure that graduate courses meet identified programmatic needs, make it unlikely that all graduate faculty will teach a graduate course every year.
  • Graduate Course #1

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  • Graduate Course #2

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  • Graduate Course #3

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  • Graduate Course #4

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  • Day/Time Preferences

  • Undergraduate Sequence Preferences

    Please indicate here undergraduate sequences preferred for each semester. Provide at least four sequences each semester, including at least one numbered sequence (e.g. 1-7) each semester. Please also indicate whether you would prefer not to teach back-to-back sequences and whether particular requested courses are better suited to three-day or two-day sequences.
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  • Graduate Day/Time Preferences

  • Colleagues expecting course releases should indicate how many and in which semester. Please indicate if your contractual load varies from the standard load of four courses per year.