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SENATECOMMITTEEON
COURSE MODIFICATION FORM
INSTRUCTIONS AND REMINDERS
Pleasedon’tsubmitthispagewiththeCourseModificationForm.
UNDERGRADUATESTUDIES
InstructionsforcompletingtheCourseModification
Form:
1. Indicate deleted or changed text using strikethrough,
per sample.
2. Indicate added or new text using underline, per
sample.
3. Important: Before you submit the Course
Modification Form, make sure your text is visible on
the “Wording/Description Edits” and “Rationale”
fields. If you enter more text than those text boxes
allow, the box will not automatically expand. You
will need to decrease your font size or drag the
endpoint of the text box to make it bigger.
SAMPLE
POL223CanadianAmericanPoliticalEconomy
(3)
AnintroductorystudyofAmerica’sCanada’s
political economy,stressingtheinterrelated
natureofCanada’s economicandpoliticallife.
ThecourseFocuseson currenteconomic
problemsandpolicies,takinginto accountthe
geographical,historicalandpolitical
environments.
ThiscourseisidenticaltoCNS280and
studentscannot takebothcoursesforcredit.
StudentswithcreditforCNS280cannottake
POL223 forfurthercredit.
RecommendedPre‐requisite:POL100or101W.
Breadth–SocialSciences.
4. If you are having issues with the Course Modification
Form, please email [email protected]
Reminders:
1. Equivalent courses preclusion statement should read: Students with credit for x cannot
take y for further credit.
2. Adding W designation does not delete the existing course. If the intention is to delete the
non-W course, please also fill out the “Course Deletion Form” for that course.
3. If doing a course number change, please look to see where that course is currently being
listed as a prerequisite in other courses. Update the prerequisite in those courses to the
new number as well.
4. If the course can be repeated for credit, please indicate by stating: “This course can be
repeated for credit” after the course description.
5. A course description should not be longer than 50 words.
February 2016
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