Presentation on theme: "Reuse of Course Numbers Warning: Publication of this information does not imply endorsement by the management, a.k.a. the Registrars Office."— Presentation transcript:
Reuse of Course Numbers Warning: Publication of this information does not imply endorsement by the management, a.k.a. the Registrars Office
To Convert or Not to Convert Considerations –If at all possible, do not reuse course numbers –If pleading with your curriculum committee fails, there are multiple ways to address the problem –Two options we considered were to use the convert table or to list the old and the new number in each requirement with the date ranges indicated
Music Course Example Effective Fall 2008 (20093) MUS 381 became MUS 281 MUS 481 became MUS 381 MUS 485 became MUS 481 Because MUS 381 and MUS 481 were already in use and were being changed to new numbers, we decided to use the Convert table to accurately reflect how each course was used in a students program
Steps needed to complete process Place course(s) in convert table Identify requirements where courses are being used Update the course number to reflect the new number being used
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