Nexus invites faculty and academic units (i.e., departments, divisions, centers, and institutes) to work with us by submitting a course concept proposal. We encourage multidisciplinary proposals from across Michigan Engineering and beyond, and value industry sponsorship.
Nexus administers a four-step course design and development process for non-credit courses to ensure market sustainability.
Course Concept Review
Initiate a course concept proposal by contacting us. We will discuss your ideas and collect sufficient information to conduct a market feasibility study.
Course Approval and Planning
Upon completion of the market feasibility study and course concept approval, Nexus will work with you to create a course design plan, including resource needs and timing.
Nexus' instructional design and production teams will collaborate with you to develop and set up the course. Then our marketing team will get the word out.
Finally, a pilot offering will be launched and assessed for improvements before the course is offered a second time.