"Special Topics" courses (those with course numbers of XXX X930-939) may be offered by colleges and departments only if each offering is different in title, learning objectives, and course content. These special topics courses would not be considered a repeated course if taken more than once. Special topics course numbers may not be a required course in a program nor be used as a substitute for a permanent number. Departments may request a general special topics number for each course level through the Academic Program Committee.Experimental Course PolicyExperimental Course Policy Courses offered on an experimental basis to capture student interest may use aspecial course number (XXX X990) up to two semesters. If sufficient interest has been generated and the course is to be continued, the department must complete the necessary forms for requesting a permanent number through the Academic Programs Committee. Departments may request an experimental course number through the Registrar's Office. When the decision to develop a permanent course is made, APC Workflow System package must be created and submitted to the Faculty Association Academic Programs Committee.
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