Course Management

The CIM Course Management site allows you to establish a new course, revise or inactivate an existing course. These proposals are then submitted through the appropriate workflow approval processes where approvers can edit, approve, or rollback the proposal. The Course Management site allows you to search for and view the courses inventory. From here, you can also see the status of a course and whether or not it is in workflow.

Course Management site User Manual FAQ

I want to:

Establish, revise or inactivate a course

Complete the following:

  1. CIM Course Management proposal
    1. For help, consult the Curriculum Management User Manual and frequently asked questions (FAQ)
    2. If the course is or will be required in a program, you will need to submit a CIM Program Management proposal to revise the program requirements.
  2. Attach any of the following documents:
    1. Memos concerning impact, duplication or support, if applicable, that affects academic units and/or campuses' resources (staffing, facilities, library, finances, student services)
    2. External letters of approval and survey results (needs assessment) if applicable

Make the same revision to a large amount of courses

Complete the following:

  1. CIM Miscellaneous Management proposal for a large-scale course change
    1. For help, consult the Curriculum Management User Manual and frequently asked questions (FAQ)
  2. Attach any of the following documents:
    1. Memos concerning impact, duplication or support, if applicable, that affects academic units and/or campuses' resources (staffing, facilities, library, finances, student services)
    2. External letters of approval and survey results (needs assessment) if applicable

Designate a course or course section for the experiential learning requirement
  1. To submit a whole course or a specific section of a course, visit the Experiential Learning Requirement website in the Office of Community Engaged Learning (University College) for the submission forms.
    1. For whole courses, complete a CIM Course Management proposal and attached the ELR Course Proposal form to the course management proposal; for help on the workflow, consult the Curriculum Management User Manual and frequently asked questions (FAQ)
  2. Please read the experiential learning requirement policy statement and guidelines

IMPORTANT NOTE: Please know courses numbered xxx92, xxx98 and 4xx99 and have "student teaching" in its title fulfill the ELR. Developers of these courses do not need to follow the guidelines for requesting the ELR designation. These courses are automatically assigned the ELR attribute by the Office of Curriculum Services.


Designate a course for the Kent Core
Designate a course for the diversity course requirement
Designate a course for the writing-intensive course requirement