Standard user reports show a summary of any proposal, in any status. There are four standard reports:
Outline Report: Shows official Course Outline of Record (COR) or Program Outline. This report is what instructors should use to design syllabi and, for courses, is what gets sent to 4-year institutions for articulation agreement.
Comparison Report: Available for revised proposals only; shows all the fields in the proposal, with changes between this proposal and the most recent active version of the course highlighted. Information removed will be highlighted pink, with a strikethrough the words, while new information will be highlighted green and italicized.
Impact Report: shows the courses for which this course is a requisite, and programs that include this course. If you are inactivating or revising a course, you must use the impact report to determine whether revisions to additional courses or programs. The curriculum committee will not approve inactivation or revisions that affect other proposals unless the affected proposals are revised together.
All Fields Report: shows all the fields and information in the proposal. Useful for reviewers to see more than what is displayed in the official outline, including GE petitions, DE addendum, program feasibility information, and more.
There are three places to access reports, but the process of accessing them is the same. Each report will open in a new tab within your internet browser.