Pedagogic planning is one of the roles of higher education instructors. In doing so instructors make decisions about what content should be taught, consider various factors affecting the teaching and learning process, and choose from alternative strategies for engaging students with the content. Course planning also includes selecting ways to obtain feedback about student learning in order to improve future decision-making processes. However, for university teachers, who typically lack specific preparation for the course planning role, studies are even scarcer, until very recently, there has not been a higher education literature about the assumptions and decisions instructors make as they plan courses. Therefore, this book gives an insight about the ways in which university teachers plan their courses, monitor their progressive development and review their effectiveness. Since an understanding of how university instructors plan their courses and the factors that can affect instructors course planning is an important step in improving teaching and learning process in higher learning institutions.