Curriculum Proposal Review and Approval Process
New Proposals and Major Modifications
New curriculum proposals and major modifications to courses and programs require a
full review by the curriculum committee. New curriculum proposals should be well
planned with special attention to established processes and deadlines prior to submitting
in CurricUnet. Major modifications to a course outline of record can be compared
to writing an integrated course outline and/or leveling courses in that the modifications
being proposed trigger a complete analysis of the course outline. (The Course Outline of Record: A Curriculum Reference Guide, ASCCCC, 2008).
Minor modifications to a program or course outline of record will be reviewed by
the curriculum committee and placed on the consent agenda. A minor modification proposal
may be submitted if the modification(s) do not substantially change the overall scope
of the course, or program, and do not materially affect the standards (statutory or
regulatory) by which the course was approved. Minor revisions will be pre-screened
prior to being placed on the consent agenda for committee action and vote. It will
be the purview of the AP&P Committee to remove any minor modification proposal from
the consent agenda to place on the regular agenda for further review and discussion.
Local Review and Approval Processes
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