A course syllabus must include the following components:
- College name: Lewis & Clark Graduate School of Education and Counseling (logo optional)
- Course number and title (Ex. AT-501 Theories of Counseling)
- Credit hours
- Course term and year
- Faculty name, phone number, email address, and office location
- Office hours, or how instructor is available to students
- Course days, meeting times, and location to equal 15 contact hours per credit hour (for example, a 3 credit class will have 45 contact hours)
- Class format and delivery, including description of course delivery modalities and expected course interactions
- Course description as it will appear in the Catalog. The course description must be exactly the same on the syllabus as what is proposed for the catalog; changes to the Catalog course description need to be reviewed and approved by the Curriculum Committee.
- Attendance policy
Textbooks, materials, and equipment required
- For courses with online components, provide a description of technology capacity needed for the course including minimum technology requirements, information on how to obtain the technologies, and this link to EdTech’s technical support resources: https://graduate.lclark.edu/academics/covid-19/educational-technology/
Disability Services Statement (please copy and paste this exact language into your syllabus):
- If you have a disability that may impact your academic performance, you may request accommodations by meeting with the Office of Student Accessibility staff and submitting documentation on the Office of Student Accessibility website. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with any additional questions or concerns.
Links to Lewis & Clark Graduate School essential policies (please copy and paste this exact language into your syllabus):
This course adheres to the general policies outlined in the catalog and student handbook of the Lewis & Clark Graduate School of Education and Counseling. This includes full adherence to the following policies:
If you have any questions regarding these policies, please speak to your instructor for clarification.
- As appropriate, additional narrative about the conceptual/theoretical elements of the course
- Course goals and objectives—describe what the student is expected to demonstrate as a result of taking this course
- Required and recommended reading
- Course calendar—include due dates, course topics, special guest speakers, special equipment needs, holidays, etc.
- All evaluated assignments and activities—include clear examples of what work will be graded (papers, portfolios, presentations, exams, participation, etc.) and how grades will be determined. This description of the assignments and activities requirements can include the expected format for work, due dates, criteria for evaluation, exams, etc.
- Specify in detail the methods of evaluation for all graded assignments and activities, how those methods factor into the final grade, and the scale used to determine final grades. State how late assignments and extra credit opportunities, if any, will be handled.
Last reviewed and updated by the curriculum committee November 28, 2023.