Curriculum Proposal Forms
Do it yourself!
Faculty can now enter their own curriculum proposals in the online database.
It is recommended that you attend training on using the system; however, it is not mandatory. Note: All faculty will need to understand the review process in order to review proposals prior to voting on them. Register for a seminar on creating and reviewing proposals
A note before you begin: The new system automatically assigns a CP number to each proposal.
For those who prefer to have support staff enter the proposals, templates have been designed so that you can provide necessary information. These forms mirror what is found online. Whether you do the CP online or use the paper forms below, everyone need to do a transmittal form and have it signed by the department chair when the CP is approved by the department.
- Transmittal form
- New Degree Program
- New Certificate
- New Track
- New Minor
- Degree Program Change
- Course Change
- Track Change
- Minor Change
- Certificate Change
Other forms that you will need to prepare are:
Help is available
While creating a proposal, if you have questions about the CP system itself or the templates, please refer to the User’s Manuals:
- Getting Started - Originators
- User’s Manual - Originators
- Getting Started - Reviewers
- User’s Manual - Reviewers
- Using Attachments
You can also contact Roberta Reese.
Content-related questions should be directed to your department chair.