Core Goal 4 Curriculum Form .doc

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Core Goal 4: Core Curriculum Proposed Course Form Complete and submit this form and syllabus to [email protected] Courses proposed to be included in this Goal are required to do each of the following to be considered for approval. 1. Include the Course Learning Objectives on the syllabus. 2. Assess the Course Learning Objectives using the instruments developed by Core Goal 4  Leadership Group as represented at the end of this form.  3. Report the data collected using the assessment instrument to the Oversight Committee of Core. Today’s Date                                                   First Submission              Revised Submission                  Final         School/Division                                                                        
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  • Spring '11
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