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Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Having issues loggin in to CRF?
Answer:
Use the following link re-authenticate
  • Can a CRF be edited when in draft state (saved)?
  • Answer: Yes only by the owner. The user who created and saved the CRF
    (owner) can login and navigate to the School where the CRF is saved,
    then click on the CRF to be edited. Once on the CRF the user can select
    the Edit option on the green menu (see screenshot)
    1. What is a prerequisite?
    Answer: When one course needs to be completed before the desired course
    can be taken.
    1. What is a concurrent prerequisite?
    Answer: When one course needs to be completed before or at the same time
    as the desired course. This is still a prerequisite course.
    1. What is a co-requisite?
    Answer: When one course must be completed during the same semester as the
    desired course. For example, a student must register for BIO 001 at the
    same time for the same semester if they want to register for BIO 001L.
    1. What is the process to cross-list two undergraduate courses?
    Answer: Cross-listed courses are those undergraduate courses (numbered
    1 to 199) that have different prefixes, names, and/or course numbers
    but are intended to be offered as the same course (i.e., same meeting
    time, requirements, units, and course description). Each course that is
    cross-listed with another course must have its own CRF that indicates
    the corresponding cross-listed course. Cross-listed courses must have
    the same course requirements, number of units, prerequisite courses,
    course description, and anticipated resources. If cross-listed courses
    originate within different Schools, each School CC must approve the
    course and the Dean of each School must approve the CRF.
    1. What is the process to conjoin an undergraduate course and a graduate course?
    Answer: Conjoined courses are those courses that are taught concurrently
    as both an advanced upper division undergraduate and an introductory
    graduate course. As per SR 762, undergraduate and graduate versions of
    conjoined courses “must have clearly differentiated and unique performance
    criteria, requirements, and goals.” Each course that is conjoined with
    another course must have its own CRF that indicates the corresponding
    conjoined course. The graduate version of the course must be reviewed
    and approved by GRC.
    1. Are there additional steps for distance or blended courses?
    Answer: Yes, you should also complete the UGC Online Education Questionnaire
    that is required for Distance or Blended course requests. If you have any
    questions contact the Curriculum Manager for your school or the UGC Senate
    Analyst.
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