Memo on Course syllabus for Loyola Schools

Beginning this Summer SY 2014-2015, please take note of the following important reminders regarding the syllabi for courses under the Loyola Schools:

  • All course syllabi must follow the specified format that was discussed during the Outcomes-Based Syllabus Writing Workshop last 26 November 2013 and in the afternoon of Faculty Day last 6 December 2013.
  • Course syllabi should have learning outcomes, class requirements, timetables, and evaluative criteria spelled out.
  • Each class is expected to have a course syllabus.
  • For core courses, the learning outcomes of the same course are expected to be the same across the classes and the methods of assessment must be comparable.
  • Each slash course should have a separate course syllabus. The course syllabus should have its own course description, learning outcomes, course requirements, and grading system that are appropriate for the undergraduate, master’s, or doctoral level.
  • Reference materials must be updated. Include journal articles and online reference materials where applicable.
  • The faculty member is expected to write a syllabus for each of his or her classes and submit the syllabus to the Chair/Program Director for checking before the start of classes every term.

A separate announcement will be made regarding the uploading of soft copies of the course syllabi to AISIS in time for First Semester SY 2014-2015.

Thank you for your support and cooperation.

John Paul C. Vergara, Ph.D.
Vice President
Loyola Schools

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