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(page 2 of course request)

Instructions

*At least one box must be checked.

Check all categories that apply. Keep in mind that the information requested requires that you select those types of students that are most likely to take the course or to which the course content is directed. If some students may take the course on an exceptional basis, do not reflect this here.

The campus officially defines the categories provided. For definitions, refer to the policy section below.

Policy

Please check to see that the class distributions are appropriate for the level of the proposed course. Please refer to the Course Numbering System for applicability of each student group to the level of the course.

For purposes of identifying who will take this course and following federal guidelines used for campus reporting, the following are definitions of the categories provided:

  • The "Freshman and Sophomore; Junior and Senior" categories consist of students enrolled in bachelor's degree programs (e.g., BA, BFA, BS).


  • The "Graduate College" category consists of students enrolled in masters and doctoral programs sponsored by the Graduate College (e.g., DA, MA, MHA, MAT, MST, MFA, MPA, MS, MUPP, MHPE, OTD, PhD).


  • The "Graduate Professional" category consists of students enrolled in graduate programs not sponsored by the Graduate College (e.g., MBA, MEngr, MPH, DrPH, MSW).


  • The "Professional" category consists of students enrolled in professional programs (e.g., DDS, DPT, MD, PharmD, and Certificate Programs in Dentistry).


Examples

  1. If a course at the 300-level in LAS is intended for juniors and seniors, the unit would check:

    Junior and Senior

  2. If a 0-level course designed for remedial study is intended for any student needing the background, but will most likely enroll freshmen and sophomores, the unit would check:

    Freshmen and Sophomore

  3. If a 400-level Engineering course is intended for advanced undergraduate students and students enrolled in the Graduate College, the unit would check:

    Junior and Senior
    Graduate College

  4. If a 400-level course in the College of Pharmacy is intended for PharmD students and Graduate College students, the unit would check:

    Graduate College
    Professional

  5. If a 500-level course offered by the College of Business Administration is intended for students enrolled in the Graduate College and students enrolled in the MBA program, the unit would check:

    Graduate College
    Graduate professional

  6. If a 500-level course offered by the College of Dentistry is intended for students enrolled in the Graduate College and certificate program students, the unit would check:

    Graduate College
    Professional