Course and Curriculum Approval
A proposal is necessary for course and curriculum changes. These proposals are submitted via Curriculog, the automated course/curriculum software currently used by K-State. Curriculog automates the workflow based on the type of proposal being submitted. At any stage during the approval process, a reviewing body can refer the proposal back to the previous reviewing body, and/or may consult with the originating department contact person. The chain of approval for the various types of proposals is described in the Approval, Routing, and Notification Policies document below.
Online Program/Plan(s) & Codes:
"Distance education program": Certificate or degree programs in which 67% or more of the required courses may be taken as distance-education (distance delivered) courses.
"Distance education course: Courses in which at least 75% of the instruction and interaction occurs via electronic communication, correspondence or equivalent mechanisms, with the faculty and students physically separated from each other.
- Classes: Section F52-61
- UG Degree Requirements: Section F120
- UG Academic Minors: Section F160
- UG Academic Credit Certificates: Section F170
The Approval, Routing, and Notification Policies (ARN) for Course and Curriculum Processes describe the procedures that must be followed for all matters relating to modifications in courses, academic plans, and degree programs.
|Effective for Fall 2020|
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