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 UNIVERSITY REGISTRAR

Course and Schedule Updates

The University carefully considers how best to deliver a high-quality, highly technical curriculum in a challenging environment, where, at the same time, we continue to raise the demand for our graduates among some of the most prestigious tech companies and industries in the world. 

Spring 2022 Course Modality

Spring 2022 course modalities are the same as Fall 2021. There are expectations, or guidelines, for student engagement listed in each description. Each guideline focuses on how a student can succeed in the rigorous academic environment at Florida Poly, while balancing COVID-19 protocols. Each guideline further takes into consideration the need and value of student-professor and student-student interaction in the learning process.

 

Spring 2022 Course Offerings

Spring 2022 will continue the traditional Florida Poly face-to-face class format. Florida Poly will continue to work closely with state and local officials to ensure we are appropriately positioned as far as “guidance” is concerned and we will, of course, monitor all CDC guidelines and updates to those as they may occur. Future changes to our operations will be updated here and communications will be sent out as soon as they are determined.

Unless otherwise stated, COVID-19 protocols remain in effect, including recommended usage of face coverings and frequent washing of hands.

  • Course is offered on campus in a traditional face-to-face format.
  • Classroom seating for the summer term will remain in the social-distancing format from the spring.

Schedule/CAMS Designation: 01, 02, etc.—standard course section designations

  • Lab sections will be delivered face-to-face.  
  • Live, in-person lab sessions meet on specified days and at specific times.

Schedule/CAMS Designation: Course number is followed by the letter “L” (e.g. 2048L).

  • C course sections will be delivered face-to-face, including the laboratory sessions.
  • Instructor conducts live, in-person lectures or problem-solving sessions with the students in person.

Schedule/CAMS Designation: Course number is followed by the letter  “C” (e.g. 2271C)

  1. Students are responsible for keeping up with course material when they are absent due to routine illness or other circumstances by following the syllabus, materials in Canvas, and keeping in communication with the instructor. In cases of COVID-19 quarantine or isolation, students must work through CARE Services where additional support will be managed on a case-by-case basis.
  2. Students may, without prior notice, record video or audio of a class lecture for a class in which the student is enrolled for their own personal educational use. This document provides guidance on HB 233 which is in effect on July 1, 2021.
The student experience at Florida Poly must be rich in interactions between faculty and students and within student peer groups. To promote this experience, we have set expectations for Spring 2022 attendance to provide students with on-campus access to learning and to support strong student engagement in academics and campus life.
  • Students in face-to face, C courses, and lab courses are expected to attend classes on campus and in-person.
  • Students in face-to-face courses are expected to be in attendance for all course sessions.

Please note: Remote attendance for face-to-face courses will not be available during the spring semester.

The classrooms in the IST Building have been returned to their original seating capacities. The chart below will show the new seating capacities for each room. 

IST Lecture Room

Seating Capacity

Notes and Lab Type

1000

125

Aula Magna

1001

125

Aula Magna

1002

48

 

1003

48

 

1012

48

 

1013

X

ECE/CS Lab

1013B

X

ME Research Lab

1014

48

 

1015

48

 

1016

16

ME Lab

1017

48

 

1021

X

ME Research Lab

1024

11

RAD Lab

1025

X

CS Lab

1026

48

Computer Lab

1027

20

BIO Lab

1028

48

Computer Lab

1030

48

Computer Lab

1032

48

Computer Lab

1036

X

Sr Design/Capstone Lab

1044

48

 

1045

52

 

1048

52

 

1049

48

 

1051

24

Physics Lab

1052

16

Chemistry Lab

1053

24

Physics Lab

1055

16

Chemistry Lab

1056

24

Circuits Lab

1058

24

Circuits Lab

1060

44

 

1061

X

Research Lab

1062

44

 

1063

20

ME Research Lab

1064

48

 

1065

48

 

1067

48

 

1068

50

 

“X” capacity rooms are managed by department.

 

Note: the maximum capacity of a course section may be less than the maximum capacity of a classroom. Some courses have lower seating capacities due to the nature of the course content. 

Contact the Registrar's Office if you have any questions. 

 

Curriculum Management Resources

The Registrar's Office updates the University Catalogs with course and program revisions once approvals have been made by the curriculum committees and Provost. 

Curriculum updates and additions are first reviewed at academic department level before coming up for review at the appropriate curriculum committee. Proposals that are approved by committee are then referred to the Provost's Office for final review and approval. Committees are made up of faculty representatives from each academic department. 

Undergraduate Curriculum Committee: Reviews course and program proposals at the undergraduate level. 

Graduate Council: Reviews course and program proposals at the graduate level

Acalog: Catalog management system. Includes course details, program details, student handbooks, and various university policies. Restricted access. 

Curriculog: Course and degree program workflow and approval system. Accessible by academic department faculty and staff. 

The following resources should be reviewed prior to submitting course or program proposals. 

 this catalog year. 

The following guides will provide academic departments with information on how to submit course or program proposals. Please review these guides prior to submitting course or program proposals. 

Complete Guides:

Quick Guides:

  • The following items can be found in the full Quick Guides document. 
    • How to Import Data for Course or Program
    • How to Run an Impact Report on an Existing Course
    • How/When to make Proposed Changes in the Revision Proposal (Originator Step)
    • How to Initiate a University Curriculum Proposal Through Curriculog
    • How to Launch a Proposal
    • How to Attach a File to a Proposal
    • How to Track a Proposal in the Workflow
    • How to Manage "My Tasks" 
    • How to View the Agenda for a Committee Meeting
    • How to Review Edits and Make a Decision
    • How to Designate a Custom Route
    • How to Search for Proposals
    • How to Cancel a Proposal (remove it from Curriculog)