Empowering, Informing, and Connecting Our College Community

Creating Your Syllabus


Each quarter faculty need to develop a syllabus for each class they teach, submit the syllabus to the college Syllabus Upload and make the syllabus available for students. This website provides all the information you will need to complete the syllabus process. The process for developing a syllabus includes:

  1. Review the Required Components, the Examples, and the Syllabus Template.
  2. Develop your syllabus by completing the Syllabus Template or closely following it as you create your own syllabus.
  3. Upload your syllabus (this is required every quarter) at https://app.edcc.edu/syllabi. (For instructions, click on the link below the Login button.)
  4. Post your syllabus to your eLearning course or other web-based site. The college has made a commitment to sustainability which can be seen in our values (www.edcc.edu/about/mission.html); please limit hard copy distribution of your syllabus, if possible.

Required Components

For additional information about these components, see component examples.

Course Information

Instructor Information

Course Materials

Learning Objectives

Outcomes for Edmonds Community College degrees and certificates can be found in the online college catalog (full URL: http://catalog.edcc.edu) embedded within each degree or certificate. To find specific outcomes, click on the Degrees and Certificates link and select a program from the list.

Course Mode

Use one of these samples to describe the mode of your course:

Assignments and Grading

Statement on Academic Integrity

Edmonds CC students shall demonstrate Academic Integrity. I am expected to report all violations of Academic Integrity (academic dishonesty, cheating, plagiarism, and unauthorized collaboration) to the College. The College's database of such incidents will be monitored by the Office of the Vice President for Student Services. Data will be maintained for three years. Evidence of repeat incidents will result in additional action by the Office of the Vice President for Student Services as governed by the Student Code of Conduct. In this class, cheating and plagiarism will result in an assignment or grade penalty ranging from (insert minimum penalty here) to (insert maximum penalty here). A second incident in this class will result in an assignment or grade penalty ranging from (insert minimum penalty here—must be at least a zero on the assessment) to (insert maximum penalty here).

Final Exam and Last Meeting of Class

Services for Students With Disabilities

Course Expectations

Student Services Information: (full URL: http://www.edcc.edu/students

Emergency Preparedness

Important Dates

Course Calendar