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Creating Course Offerings


Course offerings are to be created after the syllabi has been added and when terms and pricing have been set. This process describes how to create those offerings in Michigan’s Online Course Catalog.
Note: If a district is only offering the online course to students within its district, the district can satisfy the 21f requirements of providing Michigan Virtual with the course syllabi information in a form and method prescribed by the department by completing only the Add New Course and Course Review steps. By opting not to create a course offering with terms and pricing, however, the course syllabi and review will not appear in the Local District Catalog search interface available through Michigan’s Online Course Catalog.


  1. First, select Courses from the top menu.
  2. Next, tap the Course Offerings button to the far right column in the appropriate course title row.
    The courses page is shown with the results grid on bottom. An arrow points to the Course Offerings button in the top row for AP Art History.
  3. As a result, the Course Offering page will open. 
  4. Next, tap the New Course Offering button to then select either: 

New Single Course Offering

  1. First, insert the Term, Price, Number of Seats and Active status.
  2. Then tap the Save button.
    The New Course Offering page is shown with Term, Course, Price, Number of Seats, and Active status fields are sown above the Save button.

New Bulk Course Offering Additions

  1. First, insert the Term, Price, Number of Seats and Active status. 
  2. Then choose the courses these offerings should apply to by placing a check in the box to the left of the course name in the Select Courses area. 
  3. Finally, tap the Create Course Offerings button to apply changes.
    The Bulk Create Course Offerings page is shown with Course Offering Details. At the bottom left the Create Course offerings button is shown.

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