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How do I create a Senate proposal that pertains to programs?

There are many types of program proposals. The different types of program proposals follow different approval processes and the vast majority are submitted via Curriculog. Click the phrase below that best describes what you want to do. For help about a proposal that is not described here, email Sheila Brothersin the Senate Council office.

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  1. Create a New Degree Program
  1. Create a New Certificate
  1. Create a New Minor
  1. Change an Existing Degree/Certificate Program that Does NOT Include Either of the Following: New Track(s)/Concentration(s)/Specialization(s); OR Changes to Admissions Standards, Progression Standards, or Graduation Requirements
  1. Change an Existing Degree/Certificate Program that WILL Include One of the Following: New Track(s)/Concentration(s)/Specialization(s); OR Changes to Admissions Standards, Progression Standards, or Graduation Requirements
  1. Change an Existing Minor
  1. Create a New University Scholars Program (USP)
  1. Temporarily or Permanently Stop Admitting Students into an Existing Degree Program or Certificate (Note: The faculty of record may, on its own, suspend admissions into a degree program or certificate if the suspension is for one year or less. No Senate involvement is necessary.)
  1. Propose an Academic Organization/Structural Change (Note: This includes proposals to move a degree program to another academic, create a new department or multidsiciplinary research center, and change the name of an existing department or MDRC.)