Date of last process review/modification: CEC, July 2008
The purpose of this process is to ensure that the curricula for majors and minors in the college remain of high quality and of relevance to the business world and economy. The process for changing the curriculum relates primarily to the teaching/learning mission component.
The process for changing the curriculum for the major or minor begins with the faculty of the relevant department or program which collects data from sources such as our own students and faculty, other business programs, employers and advisory groups.
The faculty of the department approves of changes which are then submitted to the Undergraduate Committee for review.
In cases where changes will have a significant impact on another department or portion of the college, that department should also receive timely notification of the change and should have an opportunity to provide input on the impact of the proposed change.
If the change involves the introduction of new courses, those are submitted to the Undergraduate Committee and then to the University Curriculum Committee for their review and approval.
Following approval by the relevant committees, changes are incorporated into the University Undergraduate Catalog during the annual revision in the fall of the year.
Individual responsible for monitoring process: Deans and department heads with input from faculty
Review cycle: Annual