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Syllabus Template

Indiana University Northwest

(Name of Academic Unit)

 

COURSE SYLLABUS

 

Course Title
Semester

 

Instructor Name:
Email:
Phone:

 

See the **Course Guide/Schedule**for
session themes, readings, resources, and all assignment due dates.

Course Description

(Insert)

Course Goals and Objectives

(Insert)

Course Materials 

Required Text
(Insert)

Recommended Texts

(Insert)

Grading Information 

Grades will be determined as shown in the following assignment chart.  Detailed descriptions of assignments are available below and from the assignment links in the chart. Due dates are detailed in the Course Schedule.

Sample: (enter your own list of assignments/activities and their point or weighted values)

Assignment

Percentage
of Grade

 

Individual class participation

10

Midterm examination

30

Homework Problems

20

Quizzes

10

Final examination

30

 

 

 

100%

Class Policies Regarding Graded Work 

**The following policies are in effect for all individual deliverables throughout the semester, unless noted otherwise. **

 

 

***Late Work***

 

(Insert)

***Original Work***

(Insert)

***Incompletes***

 

(Insert)

 

NOTE: The instructor will keep students apprised of assignment grades via the online class Grade book. Students are responsible for contacting the instructor if they do not receive any grade by 10 days after the assignment submission date.

 

 

 

 

Course Requirements

(Insert)

 

**All due dates are noted in the Course Guide/Schedule.**

Below is a sample: Insert your own requirements and their point values or weighted percentages of the course grade.

Individual Class Participation (20% of course grade)

Exams (30% of course grade)

Homework/Individual work (50% of course grade)

 

 

IU Academic Policies 

This course is governed by IU academic policies in the following areas:

  • Grading Guidelines
  • Writing Standards
  • Academic Integrity and Plagiarism
  • Course Evaluations
  • Students With Disabilities

GRADING GUIDELINES

(insert your department’s grading policy if different than below)

A (90-100) = Excellent
B (80-89) = Good
C (70-79) = Below standards
F (69 or below) = Failure
FN = Failure for nonattendance
I = Incomplete
W = Withdrew

 

ACADEMIC STANDARDS

(insert your departmental academic standards, if available)

 

 

Additional Information 

SUCCESSFUL STUDY USING ONCOURSE

The home page of Oncourse has links, video tutorials and several tips and updates to help you navigate the website. IU has prepared a reference page containing links to information about a variety of resources to help you function successfully in your online Oncourse class.

Right to Accommodation for Individuals with Disabilities

Indiana University is committed to creating a learning environment and academic community that promotes educational opportunities for all individuals, including those with disabilities. Course directors are asked to make reasonable accommodations, upon request by the student or the university, for such disabilities. It is the responsibility of students with documented physical or learning disabilities seeking accommodation to notify their course directors and the relevant campus office that deals with such cases in a timely manner concerning the need for such accommodation. Indiana University will make reasonable accommodations for access to programs, services, and facilities as outlined by applicable state and federal laws.

Campus support office:


Student Support Services, HH 29, (219) 980-6798
Student Support Services http://www.iun.edu/student-support/