Descriptions of CETL graduate courses can be found under the Graduate Courses submenus called "Teaching" and "Communication."
Please read all of the information below fully BEFORE requesting a permit. Thank you.
Policies for ALL Graduate Courses
At this time, all courses, with the exception of CETL 8713 and CETL 8717, are pass/fail and credit hours
may not be counted toward any degree requirements.
- All courses require a permit to be issued by CETL.
To pass a course (receive an “S”), a student may miss no more than 20% of the classes in a given semester.
If you have a heavy travel schedule or a full schedule, consider taking the course during another semester.
- Attendance on the first day of classes is mandatory unless you have permission from the course instructor.
- ONLY request a permit for courses for which you meet the stated course prerequisites or requirements.
Students may request a permit for up to one (1) Communication Course (for Fluent OR Non-fluent English
Speakers) AND up to one (1) Teaching Course PER semester.
AUDITS OR OVERLOADS ARE NOT ALLOWED, so please don't ask!
CETL receives a large volume of permit requests and all permits are processed manually by a person (not automatically and immediately by a computer) . Permits are processed in the order they are received and take up to 2 business days.
8801 ITA: First priority given to graduate students who will be a TA with instructional responsibilities (leading a recitation, discussion or laboratory section).
Native/Fluent English Communication Courses (8721 & 8741):
Students must complete both a CETL graduate courses permit request for SUMMER 2013 or FALL 2013 AND a separate 8721/8741 questionnaire (for permission from the course instructor).
Students must complete both a CETL graduate courses permit request for FALL 2013 AND a separate 8713 questionnaire (for permission from the course instructor). Permit may be requested at any time. Permits will be issued in two priority groups.
Priority I: Some graduate students have priority based on the conditions of the Tech to Teaching grant these courses are a part of. Priority will also be given to those students closest to graduation. These students will be given a permit prior to the opening of Phase II for Fall 2013.
Priority II: All other students will be issued permits during Phase II and have until the end of Phase II to register for the course (space permitting).
Permit Request Inquiries
Please review the permit process and timeline information above BEFORE making an inquiry. Please make inquiries via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Permit Request Form
Please read all of the information above fully BEFORE requesting a permit. Thank you.