Faculty Handbook

REQUEST FOR FACULTY CREDIT FOR FACULTY DEVELOPED COURSE

DUE DATE:  DECEMBER 15TH for Spring

                    MAY 15th for Fall

FACULTY MEMBER: __________________________________________________________________________

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STUDENT ELIGIBILITY: ________________________________________________________________________

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TOPIC TITLE (and brief description): _____________________________________________________________

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Student Semester Hours:_________         Number of Semester Hour Credits for Faculty Member: ____________

Course Scheduled (Day, Time and any Special Needs): _____________________________________________

Approval Recommendation of Academic Department:

APPROVE_______________________              DISAPPROVE ___________________

                (Date)                                                                          (Date)

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(Signature of Department Chairperson)

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(Signature of School Dean)

If approved, this will be credited to faculty as in Item 2 of the CBA Letter of Agreement for Specialized Workload Assignments.

TO BE COMPLETED BY REGISTRAR'S OFFICE OR GRADUATE OFFICE:

Received and Processed/Signature: __________________________________ Date: _________________________

Submit a copy of the FDC course proposal with this form  The proposal should include: 1)FDC topic title and short description of the course, and 2) FDC course syllabi including grading criteria.  After the required signatures are obtained on this form, file the form with either the Registrar's Office (UG) or the Division of Graduate Studies Office (G) OM 206.


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