University Curriculum Committee & Changes
Curriculum/Course Change Forms
Please submit all curriculum/course changes on one of the three forms below. After being approved through the College Curriculum Committee, an electronic and printed version of the completed and signed forms go to Bonny Rayburn in the Associate Provost's Office for consideration before the University Curriculum Committee. Submit a printed version with all necessary signatures as well as any back up documentation. Also email an electronic copy of the form and any back up information in a single document for each form to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have questions about the form submission process, please contact Bonny Rayburn, or speak to the administrative assistant for your College/School.
- Tips for submitting curriculum forms.
- Instructions about how to sign the form with a digital ID.
- Instructions about how to pull current degree requirements from the E-catalog (for Degree/Program Change Forms).
Open the form, save it to your computer, and then complete it.
(Mac users: You must fill out the form using Adobe Reader. If you use any other software, the text in your form will not convert to PC.)
- Curriculum/Course Change Form-Consent Item (same for Graduate & Undergraduate) (Updated 1/14)
Use the Consent Item form if you are changing title, prefix, delivery method, prerequisites/co-requisites, course sequencing, enrollment considerations, course description, or method of grading an existing course; also use this form to consolidate or delete courses.
- Curriculum/Course Change Form-Substantive Item (same for Graduate & Undergraduate) (Updated 12/13)
Use the Substantive Item form if you are creating a new course, or changing the General Education status, course level, credit hours, or contact hours of an existing course; also use this form if you are doing significant content changes to an existing course. Please see Policy 6.8.2, III.3.D
- Degree/Program Change Form (updated 9/12)
Use the Degree/Program Change form if you are adding, deleting or changing an existing degree or program.
Board of Regents Curriculum Change Policy
Board of Regents 2014-2015 Meeting Schedule & USHE Deadlines
R401 Full Policy (revised 7.19.13)
Appendix B - Full Template (revised 7.19.13)
Appendix D - 3 Year Follow-up (revised 7.19.13)
Appendix G - Abbreviated Template (revised 7.19.13)
R401 Submission Guide - Level of Approval (revised 7.19.13)
R401 Submission Guide - Tips, Dos and Don'ts
*Please note, any R401s that were "In Process" before 11/18/11 will use the old R401 form.
Please consult with the Associate Provost, James Sage, before submitting the R401 form.