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Are you a UC faculty or staff member who is creating an honors course in e-curriculum or ordering one in Universis? If so, the following important information will be helpful in that process. Please don't hesitate to contact us with questions at any time.
Honors courses are listed under the instructor’s home department. It is the responsibility of the instructor to ensure that the honors course is created in e-curriculum and that the department orders the class in Universis (or, in the future, Catalyst).
There are two options for listing honors seminars in your college/department:
Creating a new honors course will involve putting the course through the appropriate department/college approval processes. These vary by department/college. Please keep in mind that it is the instructor’s responsibility to follow the appropriate processes within the department/college to ensure that the course is approved, created, and can be ordered according to deadlines for the semester in which it will be taught.
It is crucial that the course approval and creation processes begin early so that the course is listed well before registration begins for the semester in which it will be offered. These processes often take much longer than expected, so please begin as soon as you know you will be offering a new honors course.
The following important information should be shared with the person who will complete the C-1 in e-curriculum for the course, as well as with the person who will order the course in Universis (while the same concepts will apply in Catalyst, specific information related to Catalyst is TBD).
C-1 - Creating New Honors Courses in e-Curriculum
Please keep the following in mind as the C-1 is created for the new course:
Ordering Honors Courses in Universis
Please keep the following in mind when ordering honors courses in Universis: