|June 1, 2017||Complete proposal package for all proposal types|
|October 15, 2017||Complete proposal package for New Course Proposals and Changes to Existing Courses|
New Course proposals and Changes to Existing Course proposals received between June 2 and October 15 will be reviewed by the Committee on Curriculum, Curricular Policy and Standards (CCPS) only if they are complete. Packages must contain all relevant documentation; UUDLES, consultation, library statement etc.
Proposals submitted after June 1, and/or incomplete proposals, may not be processed in time for the requested Fall/Winter or Summer academic sessions.
Submissions will now be submitted online. The purpose of the online submission form is to afford the Office of the Faculty Council better tracking of proposals, simplify the vetting process for staff and improve the response time to the community.
The online submission form is scheduled to close at 12:01 on October 16, 2017. CCPS MachForm Instructions
Minor Modifications: New Courses, Changes to Existing Courses, and Minor Changes to Existing Programs/Certificates
General Education Courses
The Dean's Office, with the agreement of CCPS, has placed a hold on accepting NEW General Education course proposals. This hold will be in place while the LA&PS community discusses the future of General Education courses. Queries may be directed to the Associate Dean of Programs at email@example.com.
University Undergraduate Degree-Level Expectations
Teaching Commons offers support in curriculum development, course design and writing UUDLES.
New Academic Initiatives and Major Modifications to Existing Programs, Program Closures and Cyclical Reviews
York University Quality Assurance
- York University Quality Assurance Procedures
- New Degree Program Approvals
- New Programs with Expedited Approvals
- Major Modifications to Existing Programs
- Program Closure
- Cyclical Program Review
- Senate Policy on Approval and Cyclical Review of Programs and Other Curriculum
- Undergraduate Certificate Legislation
- Curriculum Proposals Governance Process
Program Learning Outcomes
Disaster and Emergency Management
Culture & Expression
East Asian Studies
Global Political Studies
Business & Society
Health & Society
Interdisciplinary Social Science
International Development Studies
Law & Society
Work & Labour Studies
Thyrza Naraine, Coordinator, Curriculum & Academic Standards
Telephone: 416-736-2100 extension 22279
Kathryn Doyle, Faculty Curriculum Manager
Telephone: 416-736-2100 extension 20118
J.J. McMurtry, Associate Dean, Programs