New Undergraduate Programs Proposals

The Academic Programs Review Committee (APRC), led by the chairman of the Senate Curriculum Committee and with representation from faculty in all schools with undergraduate programs, is conducting new program proposal reviews. Proposals should be addressed to Dr. Suzanne Austin, Vice Provost for Student and Faculty Success.

The Faculty Senate Curriculum Committee has assumed the duties of the former Articulation and Curriculum Committee.

The Academic Advisory Council to the Center for Teaching and Learning has assumed the duties of the former Instructional Environment Committee.

Please address questions to the Vice Provost for Student and Faculty Success, Dr. Suzanne Austin or 934-6290.

Timelines for Proposals Review and Approval

The list below consists of links to  descriptions of the processes and forms necessary for proposing new degree programs at the undergraduate level as well as other academic, administrative functions.

-Processes Information Regarding Undergraduate Programs

-Notification of Intent to Submit a Proposal (NISP)

-Baccalaureate Degree Program (blank form)

-Guidelines for Proposing New Options, Tracks, Specializations, and Concentrations.ACHE

-Policy on Awarding a Certificate (circa 1986)

-Guidelines for Proposing UG Minors