Office of the Registrar
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences (2017/2018)
5 Course Syllabus

All course syllabi must observe the University’s General Academic Regulations (Undergraduate), Evaluation of Student Work. In addition to adhering to provisions in General Academic Regulations (Undergraduate), Evaluation of Student Work, Course Syllabus, a course syllabus in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences that is distributed in the first week of classes must also include:

  • the title and number of the course as it appears in the University Calendar;

  • the instructor’s Memorial University of Newfoundland email address;

  • the instructor’s room number, if one has been assigned;

  • the instructor’s office hours for students, if the course is delivered on campus;

  • a brief description of all required assignments and testing that comprise the method of evaluation;

  • a provisional schedule that outlines the themes or topics to be covered throughout the semester, accompanied by an associated timeline of required reading; and,

  • a policy statement about missed testing and late penalties, which must be in accordance with University policies. As per UNIVERSITY REGULATIONS - Attendance, a course syllabus does not include attendance regulations unless approved by Senate.

In addition, the syllabus for any course designated as Critical Reading and Writing (CRW), Language Study (LS) or Quantitative Reasoning (QR) must follow the applicable course guidelines available on the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences website at www.mun.ca/hss.