Curricular Change Proposal Format
changes, Degree/Department/College Name changes, Small changes to
approved Major degree program (three or less), Changes in approved
minors, specializations, concentrations, certificates, Catalog Descriptions
Changes, Prerequisite Changes, Credit Hours, Changes in Course Content,
Changes of Course Number, Course Deletion.
Requested (From and To)
of "need" for such a change.
of curricular effect. How the change will impact on program, department
and/or curricular design.
in requirements of Major or Minor should be stated in “From”
and “To” form so that Curriculum Committee members
can see the transition.
- List all
parties consulted. Letters of consultation MUST be included from
all departments or programs (NOT INDIVIDUALS) that have similar
course content or might otherwise be affected by this proposal.
If the proposal is inter- disciplinary, evidence concerning consultation
with all departments potentially involved must be included.
written evidence of consultation results.
of Courses (Moving Courses to a Different Department)
- The proposal
will follow the format for a minor curricular change (see C-1
to 3 above).
- Both departments
must sponsor the proposal.
- The regular
curricular procedures will be followed.