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CAP Course Proposals
Course Proposal Form, Tutorial and Tips
The Course Inventory Management (CIM) System is used for all course proposals and existing course revisions. You can log in using your Novell username and password. This is live data. Anything that you change will go through the designated workflow process for your unit.
For | Do This in CIM
New Courses - Click "Propose New Course".
- Be sure to use the CAP Course Proposal Tips document to guide the language used in your proposal.
You should access CIM in Internet Explorer 7 (or higher) or Firefox. It will not function using Chrome.
CAP Course Review Guidelines
The CAP Committee (CAPC) has developed CAP Course Review Guidelines as a summary of the CAP components created by the CAP Senate document (visit CAP 101 to access this document). These guidelines are reference tools for the CAPC and are used as part of the CAPC review process for the approval of CAP courses. We are sharing these resources as tools for those faculty developing CAP courses.
Please note that these resources are evolving, working documents and will be updated from time to time; be sure to check for the latest version before using them to evaluate your developing CAP courses.
- CAP Course Review Guidelines (ALL)
- First Year Humanities
- Second Year Writing Seminar
- Oral Communication
- Social Sciences
- Natural Sciences
- Faith Traditions (Crossing Boundaries)
- Practical Ethical Action (Crossing Boundaries)
- Inquiry (Crossing Boundaries)
- Integrative (Crossing Boundaries)
- Advanced Religious Studies
- Advanced Philosophical Studies
- Advanced Historical Studies
- Diversity and Social Justice
- Major Capstone