Thinking of making program changes? Plan ahead. Major program changes usually take a full semester to complete and implement. Course changes, less time.
First, consult with your department or division leadership early in the process.
Second, consult with anyone you think might be interested in or impacted by your project.
Send a notification email to uaa-faculty@Matrix.uaa.alaska.edu. This notifies UAA faculty of your intent to change your program or course.
NOTE: This only represents notification and not coordination. You must coordinate with the chair of any program your change affects and you must reflect this coordination in block 14 of the Course Action Request (CAR) form. Coordination with affected units is required even for minor changes.
Anyone concerned about or interested in your proposal has two weeks to respond. Keep all copies of coordination emails and take them to UAB with you when your curriculum is presented.
Third, consult with Assistant Provost for Academic Affairs, 786.1053, to discuss your proposal.
Fourth, prepare curriculum changes for the CTC PICR committee.
PICR Submission Deadlines
NOTE: Large files may be difficult to send via email. Try zipping larger files. If the .zip file is still too large, you may need to break it into separate .zip files to email them. If all else fails, copy the files to a CD and deliver to the CTC Dean's Office.
Undergraduate Academic Board (UAB) Submission Deadlines
Faculty are responsible for submitting curriculum to UAB. The curriculum forms must be signed by the faculty originator, the department/division chair, your associate dean, and the PICR chair. Faculty are also responsible for finding out if their curriculum is on the agenda or not--UAB does not contact faculty.
Governance website with curriculum links: http://www.uaa.alaska.edu/governance/
Including the following:
Graduate Academic Board (GAB)