Curriculum Proposal Tracking

This page is provided by Academic Programs to enable the campus community to follow the progress of curriculum proposals (new course proposals, course deletions, course changes, new program proposals, and program changes) in the current cycle.
Curriculum Proposal Links:

First, a word about the curriculum approval process....

Curriculum proposals are prepared by individual faculty members who submit their proposals, in consultation with their Program Director (or Department Chair), to the College's Curriculum Committee.  That Committee works with their Dean's Office for resource issues and with other disciplines in the event they would be impacted.  

The proposal is then sent to the Academic Programs Office, who sends it to the appropriate senate committees (UCC, BLP and/or GEC) for review.

If at any time during a proposal's review process there are questions raised at any of the committees, the proposal originator and/or the Program Director will be contacted and consulted.

The Academic Programs Office will be recording the action taken at UCC and GEC.  For detailed information about proposals that have either been approved/disapproved, faculty are encouraged to contact their College Curriculum representative.

After the proposal has received approval by the appropriate committee, the Academic Programs Office obtains signatures by the appropriate committee chair.  Proposals are ultimately reviewed by the Academic Senate, then signed off on by the AVP for Academic Programs.  New programs that have received full campus endorsement are then forwarded to the Chancellor's Office for their review.

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To view Adobe Acrobat copies of the curriculum proposals as they were received in the Academic Programs Office, please see  The Curriculum Approval Process - 2012-13

Files are posted as the proposals are distributed to the University Curriculum Committee (UCC).  Note that some changes may occur as the proposals undergo review at the UCC (and other Academic Senate committees if appropriate) and the copy posted on the website may not be the latest version.

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Please contact the Academic Programs Office for any previous curriculum review.

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