Catalog Revisions

The University Catalog undergoes a review process each academic year prior to publication.  Deadlines for catalog revisions are set every summer.  Unit catalog authors for each school and college have from mid-summer to the first week of February to update their programs. The Office of the University Registrar then reviews all changes, deletions, and additions for policy compliance.  The catalog is published each year in mid-April.

All proposals for new or revised curriculum must be submitted and approved through your College/School’s Curriculum Committee. Please contact your Dean’s Office for further details.

All graduate courses and programs, once approved by your College Curriculum Committee, must be submitted to the University Graduate Council. More information on the process is posted on the Provost’s Graduate Council website.

Beginning Fall 2016, all undergraduate courses and programs, once approved by your College Curriculum Committee, must be submitted to the University Undergraduate Council.

Courses

Adding, modifying, or inactivating courses may be requested in Banner year-round.  If the request is made after the catalog revision deadline, it will not be published until the following academic year’s catalog.

Programs

If the request is made after the catalog revision deadline, it will not be published until the following academic year’s catalog.

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