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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.

 

For information regarding the prior process, please see the Archived Course/Curriculum documentation.

 

Instruction Documents
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The Approval, Routing, and Notification Policies (ARN) for Course and Curriculum Processes describes the procedures that must be followed for all matters relating to modifications in courses, academic plans, and degree programs. This includes adding and discontinuing courses and degree programs. It discusses the process for each type of proposal. Proposals are submitted via Curriculog, the automated course and curriculum software used by K-State.

For course and curriculum deadlines see the following page: https://www.k-state.edu/curriculog/deadlines/index.html.

Effective for Fall 2020
Decision treeThis document helps a person decide which process to use for a course or curriculum change.August 2020

Be sure to save your completed form for use throughout the approval process. If you have questions, please contact the appropriate person in your college's dean's office for instruction on submission of the forms.

Forms
DocumentDescriptionLast Update

Interdisciplinary Program Concept Paper Template  

This form must be used in preparing a new interdisciplinary program concept paper for presentation to the deans council.

January 2017

New Degree Program Proposal Form

This form must be used when proposing a new degree program. 

June 2019