Syllabus Submission Form

SUBJECT TYPE
TERM / NUMBER / TITLE / SUBTITLE
4.xxx
The “Title” is what appears in the Catalog: Ex. "Architecture Design Option Studio"
The “Subtitle” is what the instructor wishes to call the class and appears only on the Department website subject page *after* the official Catalog title. Ex: "Architecture Design Option Studio — Sliding Scales"
LEVEL / UNITS / PREREQUISITES
MEETS-WITH / JOINT SUBJECTS
Meets-with subjects are also known as EQSR subjects (Equivalent with Scheduling Relationship). Joint subjects are also known as cross-listed subjects.
See information on joint (also referred to as "cross-listed") subjects.
See information on meets-with (also referred to as "EQSR" or Equivalent with Scheduling Relationship) subjects.
SCHEDULE
days, times, location for lecture and lab/recitation as noted in Institute schedule
Lecture
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Lab/Recitation
Lab / Rec 1
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Lab / Rec 2
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Lab / Rec 3
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Lab / Rec 4
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FINAL EXAMS / REVIEWS
Your syllabus must state whether or not you will hold a final exam or review. Generally: graduate studios and design workshops usually hold a final review in the week preceding the Institute’s official final exam period; undergraduate studios must hold a final review and is scheduled by the Institute Scheduling Office to occur during the official final exam period.
INSTRUCTOR(S)
You can add up to 5 instructors.
Instructor 1
Instructor 2
Instructor 3
Instructor 4
Instructor 5
TAs
You can add up to six TAs (depends on how many the class was allocated by Andreea O'Connell).
TA 1
TA 2
TA 3
TA 4
TA 5
TA 6
DESCRIPTION / LEARNING OBJECTIVES / PEDAGOGY
Refer to past subject descriptions by going to the Department website Subjects page and searching by term.
TERM SCHEDULE / ASSIGNMENTS
Be specific about expectations, due dates, and deliverables. An example would be two have a schedule listed in 2 columns: "Date Due" followed by "Assignment (and/or Project, Quiz, Exam)".
ABSENCE POLICY
Evaluation Criteria and Completion Requirements
See information on commonly considered factors in evaluation (also includes information on completion requirements).
See information on completion requirements (also includes information on evaluation criteria).
GRADING POLICY LANGUAGE
Grading
See standardized grading language that should appear on all your syllabi.
TEXTBOOKS & READING MATERIALS
Writing and Communication Center
The Department recommends that you include this language about MIT's Writing and Communication Center. This language will be included upon submission of this form unless you opt out and/or provide other language of your choice below.
See standardized language for reference.
ACADEMIC INTEGRITY / HONESTY
See text included in your syllabus by default regarding Academic Integrity and Honesty (includes links to Faculty Guidelines Integrity information)
NAAB STUDENT PERFORMANCE CRITERIA
Every syllabus needs to incorporate the Student Performance Criteria (SPC) as defined by the NAAB: more information
(e.g., A1. Communication Skills; B1. Pre-Design; C1. Collaboration)