Sessional lecturers have the right to academic freedom, that is, the right to examine, to question, to teach, to learn, to investigate, to speculate, to comment, and to criticize without deference to prescribed doctrines, insofar as it is consistent with the achievement of the University's legitimate educational objectives.


Notwithstanding the provisions of Article 20.01, the Employer reserves the right to specify the curriculum and assigned teaching materials for a course in order to ensure conformity with course descriptions, to match parallel sections of a course, to meet prerequisites required to other courses, or to meet academic objectives of the academic unit.