Early in the academic year, the campus will issue a call to the College and professional schools for General Education course proposals. The College, in turn, will issue a call for proposals. GenEd proposals are only accepted from the College; College schools, departments, and programs cannot apply directly to the campus.
All GenEd proposals are reviewed by the College's Committee for Undergraduate Education and must have the committee's approval before being referred to the campus General Education Committee.
General Education proposals are only considered once each year. Courses must be fully approved and active in the University Course Catalog. For this reason, any new course a unit wishes to have considered for GenEd credit for the next academic year should appear on the September Remonstrance List at the latest.
See the GenEd website for more information about course eligibility criteria, learning outcomes, and proposal forms.