Reports

These are the reports that the Curriculum Services section provides to other areas of the university.

Report Description Format(s)
Courses Eligible to be Archived Courses that have not been offered in the past five years can be archived under the University Senate’s Five Year Rule, meaning that they remain in the system but are inactivated. These courses can be reactivated immediately upon request of the department. This report includes all courses that have not been offered in the five years prior to the most recent spring term. Excel
Archived Courses List of courses that are currently archived. Excel
New Content Area Courses Recently approved Content Area courses. Courses approved for the Content Area are added to the Advisement Report upon final approval and are effective retroactively. Content Area courses are considered fully approved when they have been reported to the University Senate. Word Document
New CLAS GE Area Courses Courses approved for the CLAS General Education  Areas (A РE) are added to the Advisement Report upon final approval and are effective retroactively. Courses are considered fully approved when they have been reported to the University Senate. Word Document
List of Internship Courses A list of internship courses. PDF
List of Majors A list of all majors active in the current Undergraduate Catalog. PDF
Major Concentrations A list of concentrations of all majors active in the current Undergraduate Catalog. PDF
Majors, recent changes All changes to majors on this list will take effect with the publication of the next undergraduate catalog. For current major requirements, see the active undergraduate catalog. Full details of these changes appear in the proof files for their schools’ sections in the catalog on the Catalog Proof Files page. These files typically become available in mid-August. Word Document
List of Minors A list of all minors active in the current Undergraduate Catalog. PDF
Pending Courses List of course actions still pending further approvals before they can be recorded in the catalog and the Student Administration System. This report is updated throughout the year. Excel
Semester Offered Information The Student Administration System includes a field indicating which semester(s) the department indicates that it typically offers each course. While this information in no way prevents a course from being scheduled in any semester, it is available to students and advisors and allows them to better plan their academic careers. When new courses are added, detailed course offering information can be chosen from the list of semester codes and definitions. Every summer, academic departments are encouraged to update this information. Excel
Special Topics Courses that require approval before scheduling New topics may not be scheduled for the following special topics courses unless they have had the appropriate approvals. University Senate approval is required for all 1000- and 2000-level special topics courses. All INTD and UNIV special topics require UICC approval followed by the Senate. All 3000- and 4000- level special topics in the College of Agriculture, Health and Natural Resources and the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences must be approved by the Chairs of their C&C Committees. The new topics are reported to the committees at the next meeting following approval. For specific information about repeating topic offerings, contact the C&C Chairs. PDF