your department has a course that has not been taught in five years, the APC
Committee, with the great help of Dmitry Bond and Anthony Parise, both from the
UNF Enterprise Systems division, and Dr. Shawn Brayton, Director of Academic
Support Services, had completed the process to ease the maintaining of a course
that has not been taught in the last five years.
No action is needed to be taken if a course is no longer
applicable and not wanted. If nothing is sent through for a course that has not
been taught in the last five years by the allotted time frame, it will be
If you wish to maintain a course not
taught in the last five years but do not have any changes you wish to
make to the course description, prerequisites or co-requisites, you may utilize
Review Package formatting. The form is very simple and does not
require much information. Please follow the instruction:
New APC Package:
click on the "Course actions that are not
associated with any of the above"
2. Package Title: Fill
in ---5-year Review "Course Name and Number"
3. Direct general questions..... to: Fill in your name and click on the check mark following the box in which your name appears
Unit Sponsoring Package: Select your college and department.
any course changes you are about to make affect a Program of Study? Click NO. Click “NEXT”
Click on the Designated
Untaught 5-year courses – No changes. Click “NEXT”
Course Sponsor Fill in your college
Instructional Unit/Department: Click on
the proper department/unit
Fill in your name and click on the check mark following the box in which your
4. Click “NEXT”
Fill in the Subject Prefix: Click on the proper Course prefix----ie. FIN, EDU,
Course Level: Click on the proper
level--ie. Freshmen (1), Sophomore (2).......
Course Number: Click on the proper
number. Click “NEXT” Page 6:
Review your input and either Save Course Action Request (if all is
correct) or Discard Changes and Return to Package (if an error is noted)
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