Academic Programs Review Committee (APRC)The Academic Programs Review Committee is charged to review and recommend new undergraduate programs, including majors, concentrations, minors, and certificates and to review and proposed changes to academic policies and procedures for undergraduate programs.
Faculty Feedback on Proposals
Please direct comments and feedback regarding proposed programs, policies and procedures to firstname.lastname@example.org. Comments and feedback will be reviewed by the APRC if received by 4:00 p.m. on the day before the APRC meets (calendar). Proposals and NISPs can be viewed on the Faculty Senate SharePoint website-APRC Documents page [*select the "Documents for Review" tab in the light green horizontal menu bar*]
|Proposal||Feedback due to APRC on
||APRC will review on||APRC Review Results|
|(NISP) BS in Safety Engineering||1/20||1/21|
|(Proposal) Minor in Neuroscience||1/20||1/21|
|(NISP) BS in Genetics & Genomic Sciences||1/20||1/21|
APRC Review Results are detailed in the APRC reports posted on the Faculty Senate SharePoint website-APRC Documents page [*select the "Reports" tab in the light green horizontal menu bar*]. (Posted within 1 week after meeting.)
For guidelines and timelines regarding submitting a proposal or a Notice of Intent to Submit a Proposal (NISP), please see the New Undergraduate Programs Proposals webpage.
The 2013-2014 Chair is Julio Rivera, Professor, Management/Information Systems/Quantitative Methods. The Liaison between the APRC and the Senate Curriculum Committee is Susan Spezzini.