UMBC Continuing & Professional Studies
Office of Summer, Winter, and Special Programs

Schedule information submitted below will be entered in Peoplesoft SA by the
Office of Summer, Winter, and Special Programs (OSWSP).
The Special Sessions Policy Committee will review and approve all course offerings for summer and winter sessions.
For assistance or questions, contact the OSWSP at swschedule@umbc.edu or call 410-455-2335.


COURSE INFORMATION
COURSE ACRONYM:
COURSE NUMBER:
CREDITS:
SPECIAL TOPICS COURSE TOPIC & DESCRIPTION: If this course is a special topic course, please indicate the specific topic below.  If you would like to include a specific description, please indicate that below as well.  This description will be used to publicize the course in the Schedule of Classes. Special topics must be added via the Registrar's Office (schedregoffice@umbc.edu) in order to appear on final transcript.
 

INSTRUCTION MODE:

CAMPUS OFFERED:

LAB/LECTURE/DISCUSSION COMPONENT: If this course has a lab, lecture, or discussion component, please indicate below.
 

IS THIS COURSE APPROVED BY THE
UNDERGRADUATE OR GRADUATE COUNCIL?

All courses, except special topics courses, must be approved by the Undergraduate or Graduate Council before they can be offered.  It is the instructor’s responsibility to submit new course offerings to the Undergraduate or Graduate Council and to notify their Academic Department Scheduling Coordinator when the course has been approved. 

PRINT COURSE IN SCHEDULE OF CLASSES?

PERMISSION REQUIRED TO REGISTER?

MAXIMUM ENROLLMENT:

WAIT LIST?

IS THIS COURSE COMBINED (CROSS LISTED)?

If yes, please indicate combined (cross listed) course(s). If a cross-list has not been previously approved by the Undergraduate or Graduate Council, the primary academic department is responsible for securing approval for cross-listing the course.   
IF COURSE IS COMBINED, IS THIS THE PRIMARY COURSE?
IF COURSE IS COMBINED AND THIS IS NOT THE PRIMARY COURSE, PLEASE ENTER THE PRIMARY COURSE:

ROOM TYPE NEEDED:

Other (please explain):

Please note: For rooms without a built-in computer, a personal or departmental laptop can be used or one can be reserved through AV Services.

INSTRUCTOR INFORMATION

FIRST NAME:

MIDDLE NAME:
LAST NAME:

INSTRUCTOR E-MAIL:

SESSION INFORMATION

Please see www.umbc.edu/summer or www.umbc.edu/winter for specific session dates.  

SUMMER/WINTER SESSIONS:

SCHEDULING

Important Scheduling Note:For every credit, a non-lab course is required to meet for 12.5 contact hours (a total of 37.5 hours for a standard 3 credit course).  Class time missed due to university holidays are to be made up.  Instructor is responsible for determining make-up schedule. For a 1.5 or 2 credit course, please enter the information below under ALTERNATIVE SCHEDULE.

 

SUMMER STANDARD MEETING PATTERNS
(3 Credit Courses)

MORNING

4 Week:    6 Week:

8 Week:   12 Week:

AFTERNOON

4 Week:   6 Week:

8 Week:   12 Week:

EVENING

4 Week:   6 Week:

8 Week:   12 Week:

 

SUMMER STANDARD MEETING PATTERNS
(4 Credit Courses)

MORNING

4 Week:   6 Week:

8 Week:   12 Week:

AFTERNOON

4 Week:   6 Week:

8 Week:   12 Week:

EVENING

4 Week:   6 Week:

8 Week:   12 Week:

ALTERNATIVE SCHEDULE

Start Time: End Time: Days of the Week:

 
WINTER STANDARD MEETING PATTERNS
(1.5 and 2 Credit Courses)
TIMES:
DAYS: (Select Two) MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN

1.5 and 2 Credit Courses must meet for a total of 8 class sessions (25 contact hours)

 
WINTER STANDARD MEETING PATTERNS
(3 Credit Courses)
TIMES:
DAYS: (Select Four) MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN

3 Credit Courses must meet for a total of 12 class sessions (37.5 contact hours)

 
WINTER STANDARD MEETING PATTERNS
(4 Credit Courses)
TIMES:
DAYS: (Select Five) MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN

4 Credit Courses must meet for a total of 16 class sessions (50 contact hours)

ALTERNATIVE SCHEDULE

Start Time: End Time: Days of the Week:

 

Please indicate any supplemental information regarding this course below: