Planning a curriculum change for Academic Year 2022-2023?
We are currently accepting curriculum proposals with a desired implementation of Fall Semester 2022 or later.
Last UCC meeting in November – Proposals must be approved by the UCC no later than the last UCC meeting in November to be considered for Fall 2022 implementation. Proposals approved after the last UCC meeting in November will be implemented Fall Semester 2023. Note: It can take as long as six weeks for a curriculum proposal to get to the UCC after it is submitted to RAM.
December Academic Senate Meeting - Curriculum proposals to be considered for Fall Semester 2022 implementation must be supported by the Academic Senate no later than the December 2021 meeting.
Experimental Courses - To ensure that experimental course(s) will be available for students to enroll on the first day of registration, proposals must be received by [email protected] no later than the 7th week of the semester prior to offering. The following dates reflect this deadline:
- Summer Semester 2021 experimental course offerings, proposal is due March 19, 2021
- Fall Semester 2021 experimental course offerings, proposal is due July 9, 2021
- Spring Semester 2022 experimental course offerings, proposal is due October 4, 2021
General Education Courses - If you are seeking General Education attributes for a course go to the General Education website and follow the process. General Education requests must be approved prior to submitting a curriculum proposal that will add/remove a Gen Ed course to a checksheet.
STEP 1: Complete Form A, a "marked up" checksheet or checksheet template (if desired), Form E/F, and Form G (when applicable). (Current version dates are noted. Please use current forms for expeditious processing.)
Form A - Proposal Summary and Routing Form (current 05/27/2021)
Optional - Copy of the current checksheet(s) with notes or a checksheet template for new degree programs.
Form E/F - Course Information Form (current 02/25/2021)
STEP 2: Email completed forms to the UCC sub-committee, RAM (Registrar, Academic Affairs, MyDegree) at [email protected]. RAM will assist the proposer with finishing Form A and creating consultation forms and proposed checksheets.
For complex proposals, RAM may invite the proposer to a meeting for clarification of implementation.
RAM distributes consultation forms as needed (B,C, FIN) and a copy of the proposal.
Form B - Undergraduate/Graduate Curriculum Consultation Form
Form C - FLITE Services Form
Form FIN - Financial Aid Consultation Form
STEP 3: Proposer guides the proposal through the college support process and returns it to [email protected] after Dean approval.