1. Complete all forms. The present course
and program information should match the information
in the current catalog.
2. Obtain all signatures and be certain all
individuals sign and check “Approved” or “Disapproved”.
3. Frequency of course offering information
is necessary for departmental planning and
for the benefit of students. Normally, the
frequencies are F (Fall), S (Spring), SS (Summer),
On Demand, Once Per Year, F/2 (Fall, alternating
4. Attach supporting documents. If a college
curricular decision affects another college
or department, the other colleges or departments
should respond in writing to the proposal.
This response should be attached to the original
5. Programs or courses administered by two
colleges must have signatures from both colleges/deans.
6. Additional resources should be addressed
carefully. Such resources as equipment, library,
faculty, and space should be addressed thoroughly
when new courses or programs are proposed and
when significant changes are made to departmental
7. Please route Cooperative Education forms
through the Cooperative Education Office before
submitting them to the University Curriculum
8. New program proposals should be carefully
prepared and presented in binders with separate
sections for each major review area. The proposal
will be circulated to all institutions in the
North Dakota University System prior to consideration
by the State Board of Higher Education.
9. Recommendations for termination or suspension
of an academic program should be forwarded
to the University Curriculum Committee for
review. All relevant information will be reviewed
including reports resulting from internal program
review as well as any external reviews that
may have been performed. The University Curriculum
Committee will notify the university community
of review of the program by notice published
in the University Newsletter. The University
Curriculum Committee will provide opportunity
for any involved or affected by the program
to present information to aid the University
Curriculum Committee in developing its recommendation.