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Curricular Planning Timeline

Curricular Planning Timeline

Curricular Planning Timeline

Tracking Program Proposals

Tracking Program Proposals

Status updates on upcoming or proposed changes to CHS programs can be found on the CHS Proposal Status List.

Once a proposal receives college approval, the University Provost’s Office maintains a public list of proposals and their implementation status through each subsequent stage of approval:

To learn more about proposing a new program or a new course please visit the Establish a New Course or Establish a New Program webpage. 

CHS Curriculum Committee

CHS Curriculum Committee

The CHS Curriculum Committee reviews all new course and program proposals. Before submitting proposals to the CHS Curriculum Committee, please connect with your degree/program director regarding your idea to discuss at your individual program curriculum committee meetings. 

Curriculum Committee agenda items must be sent to the CHS Curriculum and Academic Planning team at chscurriculum@asu.edu at least three weeks before the next scheduled meeting.

CHS Curriculum Committee members and meeting dates

CHS Faculty Assembly

CHS Faculty Assembly

New course and program proposals are sent out via the bi-weekly faculty newsletter after they have cleared CHS Curriculum Committee approval. This faculty review and vote is the final step in college approval before the dean signs the proposal and it moves on to university review.

University Faculty Senate

University Faculty Senate

The Senate meets monthly during the regular academic year to review all new course and program proposals. New course and program proposals require two separate readings by the Senate for approval.

Senate meeting schedule

CAPC

CAPC

The Curricular and Academic Programs Committee (CAPC) meets monthly during the regular academic year to review all new program proposals. CAPC does not review course proposals.

CAPC meeting schedule

University Graduate Council

University Graduate Council

All graduate program proposals must be reviewed and approved by the University Graduate Council prior to moving forward to Senate or CAPC review. The dean or dean’s designee will submit the proposal to the Graduate College for review and feedback prior to it going before the Graduate Council. 

University Graduate Council meeting schedule

ABOR

ABOR

The Arizona Board of Regents (ABOR) must approve all Academic Plan proposals for the provost to give the college authority to plan. 

ABOR meeting schedule

General Studies

General Studies

To apply for a General Studies course designation, the course must be reviewed by the University General Studies Council.

Contact

Tamiko Azuma
Assistant Dean of Undergraduate Programs
Tamiko.Azuma@asu.edu
480-965-9455

Additional Resources

Comprehensive university resources can be found on the University Curriculum Development webpage.

Contact Information

Kate Brown
Director, Academic Success and Innovation
katebrown@asu.edu
480-727-4672

Kimberly Doney
Manager, Curriculum and Academic Success
kimberly.doney@asu.edu
602-496-2472

Last page update: February 11, 2021 - 11:11am