- Following review and approval at the department and school levels, all course and program proposals must be sent electronically1 to Curriculum Committee chair Martine Green-Rogers (email@example.com), copied to the Provost's representative (Valerie McAllister, firstname.lastname@example.org).
1Original paper copies (if any), signed by the department chair(s), school/college presiding officer, and dean, should be mailed to the Curriculum Committee chair (CT 112).
- Proposals to add Diversity, General Education, and/or Writing Intensive designations to new or existing courses are first reviewed by the Curriculum Committee. The CC chair will route these proposals as follows:
- Diversity proposals to the Diversity Board
- General Education proposals remain with the Curriculum Committee. The CC may consult the General Education Board, as it deems advisable.
- Writing Intensive proposals to the Writing Board.
To propose a new course, complete the following forms:
Additional narrative supplements are required when proposing a course for Diversity, General Education, and/or Writing Intensive designation.
General Education: Append to the course proposal a completed GE4 Narrative Supplement. Student learning outcomes for each SUNY GE category and competency are outlined in the SUNY Board of Trustees Guidelines for Approval.
Diversity: Append to the course proposal a completed Diversity Narrative Supplement.
About Liberal Arts designation: Proposers who are uncertain about whether a course should be designated as Liberal Arts may consult the State Education Department’s guidelines, which inform the CC’s determination.
To revise an existing course, complete the following form:
Course revision proposal form (used for both minor and major revisions)
Adding (or removing) General Education, Diversity, and/or Writing Intensive designation is a major revision. As with new courses proposed for these designations, additional narrative supplements are required (see the links above). The Curriculum Committee will review all proposals first, then route them as noted above.
Proposals that address minor revisions only do not require Curriculum Committee review and may be forwarded directly to the Provost's Office (Valerie McAllister, email@example.com) after they have been approved at the department and school levels.
This will serve as page 1 of any program proposal and is used to collect all required signatures prior to the proposal's review by the Curriculum Committee.
If you are unfamiliar with the SUNY forms, please contact Valerie McAllister (firstname.lastname@example.org) for guidance. When proposing revisions, you may find it helpful to refer to this annotated program-revision form.
Proposing a new minor or revising an existing minor is a local matter; such proposals are not submitted to SUNY. Please use the appropriate form below, along with the cover-signature sheet linked above.
D. Micro-Credentials (see Micro-Credential Policy)
To propose a micro-credential, please complete this fillable form: