Home » Get Support » Webcourses@UCF Support » Special Programs at UCF » Request a Special Programs CourseRequest a Special Programs CourseIf you wish to request a non-academic course (i.e., any course not for academic credit) click the “Request a Special Programs Course” button to fill out a request form. Any UCF faculty or staff member can request a special programs course. Upon receipt of this request, someone from Instructional Development (iDev) will contact you if additional information is needed. All questions about special programs courses should be directed to email@example.com.High Volume – CoronavirusWe are experiencing an influx of special programs course requests as a result of the coronavirus. Due to a high volume of requests, you may experience a longer turnaround time than normal. Requests will be processed in the order they are received. For any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.UCF Login RequiredTo request a special programs course, you will be prompted to log in to ServiceNow using your NID and NID password.Changing an Existing Special Programs CourseIf you already have a special programs course but would like to make changes to your course (i.e., course name change, enrollment method update, section creation, user management), you can also use the same form to request changes to your existing special programs. In the request, choose “Make changes to an existing special programs course.”Request a Special Programs Course Requesting Academic Development CoursesContact Webcourses@UCF Support to request a development section for academic courses that are going to be offered in the near future, but are not currently on the course schedule. Development courses are sections that are not visible to students even when published.Requesting Academic CoursesIf you’re looking to request an academic course (i.e., any course found in the undergraduate or graduate course catalog such as ENC1101-14Fall_0001) please submit your request via the Faculty Webcourse Manager. The Semester Checklist has instructions for using the Faculty Webcourse Manager.