Undergraduate Curriculum Proposals & Revisions
Undergraduate Curriculum Timeline
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|Curriculum Proposal||2021-2022 AY Deadlines||Undergraduate Council Review Dates|
|New undergraduate academic degree program proposals requiring CB/Cabinet approval||January 7, 2022||First review January
Second review March
|Proposal to modify an existing academic degree program||February 1, 2022||Review February|
|Proposal to submit new and existing courses for core curriculum and/or global perspectives consideration||January 5, 2022||Review January|
Undergraduate Course Proposals & Modifications
To create courses new to the TWU curriculum inventory, or to modify courses currently existing in the inventory, faculty should submit proposals to the university Curriculum Committee for consideration. The timeline for course proposals/revisions and related documentation can be found on the university's Curriculum Committee web site.
Core Course Proposals
Core course proposals may be submitted for courses currently existing in the curriculum inventory, or for courses simultaneously being considered for addition to the inventory via the university Curriculum Committee process. Core course proposals must be accompanied by a proposed syllabus and a letter of approval signed by the respective Department Chair and Dean. Information related to state core curriculum requirements and TWU's current core curriculum can be found on the Core Curriculum web site. Click to access the TWU Core Course Proposal Form.
Global Perspectives Course Proposals
Courses currently existing in the university curriculum inventory, or courses simultaneously being considered for addition to the inventory via the university Curriculum Committee process, may be considered for satisfying the Global Perspectives Graduation Requirement. Related information can be found on the Global Perspectives Graduation Requirement web site. Click to access the Global Perspectives Course Proposal Form.
Undergraduate Academic Program Proposals & Revisions
Proposals for new undergraduate academic programs, and requests for substantative change to existing undergraduate academic programs, must follow the New or Revised Undergraduate Academic Program Flowchart.
Faculty proposing new academic degree programs should review the following information provided by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board:
- THECB Standards for Bachelor's and Master's Degree Programs [pdf]
- THECB Information on New Undergraduate Program Requests
New or revised undergraduate academic program proposals (including new proposals and/or modifications of undergraduate minors, certificates, tracks/concentrations, and academic degree programs) should be accompanied by the following documents and should be uploaded to SharePoint via the New or Revised Undergraduate Academic Program Request form:
- THECB New Program Request Form for Bachelor's and Master's Degrees (new programs only) [doc]
- Instructions for Calculating Formula Funding (new programs only) [pdf]
- Degree Requirements Template [xls]
- Plan of Study Template [xls]
- Marketable Skills [separate SharePoint workflow]
- Academic Assessment Plan
New or revised undergraduate certificates and/or minors should be accompanied by the following respective document(s) and should be uploaded to the Sharepoint via the New or Revised Undergraduate Academic Program Request form:
- Minor Template [xls]
- Certificate Template [xls]
- Certificate Program Certification Form (for certificates over 20 SCH) [doc]
Suspension of Active Programs
To suspend an active program, track, minor, or certificate, submit the New or Revised Undergraduate Program Request form and select the removal option.
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