The Office of Academic Programs publishes the General Catalog and Catalog Addenda,
maintains technical course data and attributes in PeopleSoft. Curriculum forms for
proposing new courses, changing existing courses, offering special topics courses,
obtaining General Education certification for courses, proposing new programs, and
making changes to existing programs are available on this website, as are records
documenting the status of these proposals in the University-level curriculum review
and approval process.
The Office of Academic Programs works closely with three Academic Senate committees: Academic Policy Committee, General Education Committee and University Curriculum Committee.
Academic Programs facilitates and implements university processes for faculty and staff that ensure high quality delivery of the curriculum for the students. We do this through collaborating with university constituents, continually striving to achieve common goals.
Academic Programs will be known for its commitment to excellence in service, teamwork, and innovative solutions that support the university’s mission, with a special emphasis in the values of diversity and inclusivity.