Course Proposal

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COLL Course Proposal (For Undergraduate Students)

All students hoping to teaching a COLL course must submit a complete course proposal (submission button above). Course proposals for Spring 2024 are due by 5pm on October 6, 2023. For a student’s course to be considered it must by submitted for approval to the Center for Teaching Excellence. Course proposals submitted after the deadline will not be considered for approval until the following semester. Students will be notified of course approval within 2 weeks after the submission deadline.

Your proposal must include the following items (all forms can be found at this link):

  1. A course syllabus, including the items required by the Faculty Senate syllabus policy.

  2. STC Proposal Form (signed by the College Magister).

  3. Faculty Sponsor Form (signed by your faculty sponsor).

  4. A letter of support from your faculty sponsor. The statement (approximately 1 page) should address the substance of the course, the supporting materials, the learning objectives, and the assignments.

All Rice affiliates hoping to teaching a COLL course must submit a complete course proposal (submission button above). Course proposals for Spring 2024 are due by 5pm on October 6, 2023. For a course to be considered it must by submitted for approval to the Center for Teaching Excellence. Course proposals submitted after the deadline will not be considered for approval until the following semester. Applicants will be notified of course approval within 2 weeks after the submission deadline.

Sample Syllabi

COLL 198: Practical Circuit Theory and Electronics

COLL 103: Introduction to the Vietnamese Language

COLL 104: Understanding Asian American Through Food

COLL 123: The Art of Attraction in KPop Music

COLL 137: The Philosophy of Coffee


COLL Course Proposal (For Non-Undergraduates)

Your proposal must include the following items (all forms can be found at this link):

  1. A course syllabus, including the items required by the Faculty Senate syllabus policy.

  2. A current CV.

  3. STC Proposal Form (signed by the College Magister)

  4. Supervising Faculty Form (signed by your supervising faculty).

  5. Request to Add/Change/Reactivate a Course Form.