Many departments at the University of Memphis are moving their undergraduate and/or graduate programs
online to better serve our students. These programs do not replace face-to-face programs
but should supplement them to extend the reach of the University of Memphis. Our online
courses are expected to provide the same rigor as "on-the-ground" programs.
When your department is ready to consider moving an established on-ground program
to online delivery, please contact Roy Bowery, Assistant Dean of Distance Education,
at 901-678-2877 or by email at email@example.com so that we can meet to discuss the project.
If you are considering a new graduate certificate or degree program, it must go through the normal approval processes.
However, you should note that the program will be online so that its approval will
include online delivery.
The process of getting your program approved involves:
- Completion and submission to Extended Programs of the Online Program Proposal. This will need to be signed by the department chair, the college dean, and Dr. Dan
Lattimore, Vice-Provost of Extended Programs.
- Submission of a proposal packet to TBR for approval. Please contact Dr. Dan Poje (901-678-2156
or firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.
- Filing a Course Proposal for each course to be developed online.Once our office receives this form, we will
send to each developer either a Copyright Agreement or a Work for Hire form, if someone other than faculty - such as an adjunct - is developing the course.
- Acceptance of the course by the home department as well as by the Office of Distance
Education. Click here to access a checklist of suggestions for course development.
All forms needed for online program and course development are located at http://www.memphis.edu/ecampus/faculty/forms/.
Once your program is launched, your department may track incoming revenue via the
Online Course Fee Estimated Revenue Report, as outlined by the Bursar's Office.