Welcome to the integrated USF System Course Proposal site. This site is the official USF System course proposal site to be used by USF, USF St. Petersburg and USF Sarasota-Manatee faculty to propose new and changes to existing undergraduate and graduate courses.
Effective July 6, 2018, The USF System Academic Leadership Council (SALC) approved the temporary suspension of all proposed curricular additions and changes that are non-essential to USF’s consolidation, not required by accreditation, and/or not responsive to documented workforce needs. This includes all levels of curricular offerings as defined in USF System Regulation 3.038: (a) degree programs; (b) majors; (c) concentrations; (d) minors; (e) tracks, specializations, clusters; (f) certificates; and (g) degree designators. In addition, this temporary suspension applies to the development and revision of individual courses and internal collaborative degree options, such as accelerated bachelors/master’s degree programs and new concurrent degree programs. Please direct any questions to Cynthia Brown Hernandez (email@example.com), Associate Director, ODS-System Academic Planning.
Access to all parts of this system is restricted to USF Faculty & Staff and requires login by USF NetID.
Integration of processes will be completed in phases. The current planned phases are:
- New & Change Course Proposals (including General Education). Launched: Fall 2016
- Curriculum proposals (including Majors/Programs, Minors, Certificates, and Accelerated Programs). In Planning
- General Education Recertifications.
View all proposals that have been submitted beginning with the 16/17 academic year. USF, USFSP, and USFSM course proposals are all listed on this tracking page. This is a public tracking page; no login is required.
Creation and modification of course proposals and the management of the course proposal process now via a secure dashboard. Login with you NetID is required and may be done here.
Visit this section to view helpful resources such as syllabus guidelines, concurrency forms, Course Inventory link, SCNS link, etc. for preparing a course proposal. The resources section also provides documents from individual colleges such as signature pages.