Academic Program Guidelines

Annual due dates for program changes

AY 2021-2022

AY 2022-2023

Academic program proposal guidelines

Modification of academic program**

CourseLeaf Guidelines

Non-Curriculum Revenue Generation Program

Department Name Change

** New concentrations and specializations are submitted in CourseLeaf as modifications, however the documentation required for review of the proposal is listed under Sections 4 (Specializations) and 5 (Concentrations) of the Guidelines for Developing and Seeking Approval of Academic Programs (new/terminating/modification)

** Terminated concentrations and specializations are submitted in CourseLeaf as modifications, however the documentation required for review of the proposal is listed under Section 9 of the Guidelines for Developing and Seeking Approval of Academic Programs (new/terminating/modification)

** Moratoria follow the normal program modification approval process, except that University Board of Graduate Studies (UBGS) must be informed of moratoria in the case of placed or lifted moratoria in graduate/professional programs, University Board of Undergraduate Studies (UBUS) must be informed in the case of placed or lifted moratoria in undergraduate programs, and Office of Undergraduate Admissions should be consulted in the decision-making process for undergraduate program moratoria.

Section 1 - New Degree or Major Proposal

Section 2 - New Minor

Section 3 - New Certification

Section 4 - New Specialization

Section 5 - New Concentration

Section 6 - Accelerated Bachelor's/Graduate Degree Program (ADP)

Section 7 - Expanding Existing Program Proposal

Section 8 - Modifying Existing Program

Section 9 - Terminating Existing Program

Section 10 - Approval/Review Process