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Getting Started

  1. Form Your Teaching Team
    • Propose a topic and develop your team.
  2. Confirm with your department chairs
    • Departments must agree to offer course at least three times in the next five years beginning when the course is first taught.
  3. Submit Prospectus Form
    • Due September 1 for the following fall and March 1 for the following spring.

Triple-I Prospectus Form

  • Submit the form below to propose a new Triple-I course. Before you fill out this form, please be sure that you have
    • read through Triple-I requirements (see "Triple-I Criteria & Requirements")
    • a draft of the course syllabus
    • endorsements from all involved department/curriculum chairs with an agreement that this course will be offered at least three times in the next five years beginning when the course is first taught
    Please note that Triple-I don't have recitations and will be scheduled with 333 seats in a standard MWF or TTH meeting pattern.
  • You may upload up to three documents (one for each involved department). If you have not received permission from the faculty members responsible for approving new course offerings (e.g., DUS, associate chair, chair) in each involved department, please contact them before you proceed with this proposal. The endorsement should include an agreement to offer the course at least three times in the next five years beginning when the course is first taught (if helpful, copy and paste the following into your browser window for a form template: https://curricula.unc.edu/files/2019/08/Ideas-Information-and-Inquiry-Triple-I-Chair-Dean-Endorsement-Form.pdf
    Drop files here or
    Accepted file types: pdf, doc, docx, jpg, gif, png, xls, xlsx, Max. file size: 100 MB, Max. files: 3.
    • INSTRUCTOR INFORMATION

    • The Coordinating Instructor will be the primary point of contact for communication with central offices (e.g., the College, Undergraduate Curricula) regarding class scheduling, registration, etc. The business officer in the coordinating instructor's home department will handle allocation of instructional resources.
    • Provide a short paragraph with a description of yourself, including academic interests and personal information. This information will be used to promote your class, so feel free to brag a bit and be interesting. 100 word limit.
    • This will be the primary point of contact for the College of Arts and Sciences' Business Office
    • Provide a short paragraph with a description of yourself, including academic interests and personal information. This information will be used to promote your class, so feel free to brag a bit and be interesting. 100 word limit.
    • Provide a short paragraph with a description of yourself, including academic interests and personal information. This information will be used to promote your class, so feel free to brag a bit and be interesting. 100 word limit.
    • SEMINAR DESCRIPTION AND SYLLABUS

    • Provide a description that summarizes the course’s content and goals using terms that will be familiar to high school students. We will use this description for your official UNC Catalog entry. 75 word limit.
    • Provide a description that summarizes the course’s content and goals using terms that will be familiar to high school students. We will use this description in advertisements including the Triple-I Brochure. 150 word limit.
    • Please attach a digital copy of a syllabus for this course.
      Accepted file types: pdf, doc, docx, jpg, gif, png, xls, xlsx, Max. file size: 100 MB.
    • STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES

      Indicate below how the course will fulfill the Triple-I student learning outcomes.
    • This question is optional. The College's data literacy team will cover this material in the associated single credit data literacy lab. In the meantime, if you think there are elements of the course that already involve data literacy, you are welcome to indicate them below. This information will be valuable to the data literacy team.