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Du curriculum committee guidelines revised 01-13

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    • Revised January 2013 Page 1 Dillard University Curriculum Committee Guidelines to Submit Curricular and Education Program ProposalsCleo Joffrion Allen, Ph.D., APR, Chair, 2012-13Amy Lesen, Ph.D., Secretary, 2012-13Spring 2013 meetings: 9-10:45 a.m. Fridays: Jan. 18, Jan. 25, Feb. 8, Feb. 22, March 1,March 15, April 12 and April 26. Note: April meetings are NOT for 2013-14 catalog, butfor the following year. Guidelines to Submit Curricular and Education Program ProposalWhen submitting a proposal to create, change or delete a course or educational program,please take the following steps.1. Use the Official Form: Use the “Educational Program Change Request Form” (red title) to propose a new program, significant modifications to a current program (two more changes), or deletion of a program. The faculty member proposing a new program, modification or change to an existing program must complete in writing the required information. Use the “Curriculum Change Request Form” (blue title) for less than two “options” or “sequences” changes in a single request. Use a separate form for three or more changes. Please complete required information before submitting the form to the University Curriculum Committee (UCC).2. Title Is Required In order for the UCC to determine the nature of the request, please provide a “title” that summarizes the purpose of the application in the space near the date. (Example: “Mass Communication PR Revamp” or “Add Course to Sociology Curriculum.”3. Provide course number, course or educational program description(s), and number of credits, for a new program or course, as it will appear in the catalog. For an existing course or program, provide the current course number, credits, course, or educational program description.4. A request to add a new course or program must include syllabus/syllabi, learning objectives, learning outcomes, and assessment strategies.5. The rationale to modify, add, or delete courses and programs must include educational program, college, University, accreditation, professional organization