Monday, 11:59 pm Oct 29: Dean’s deadline for Course Consent approval (Dean will establish deadline for college curriculum committee to submit to dean)
Wednesday, Oct 31: College Curriculum Committee deadline to forward approved program revision proposals to Dean’s office.
Wednesday, Nov. 7: Deadline for deans to transmit revisions to degree programs and minors to the Provost. In extenuating circumstances, the college curriculum chair may request an extension through Wednesday, November 14th. Only requests submitted by college curriculum chair, dean, or associate dean will be considered. Requests for extensions should be transmitted to the Provost’s Office no later than October 31st, via the Program Revisions Extension Request Google Form. The Provost’s Office will take evidence of a good-faith effort to meet the original deadline as the primary criterion for granting one-week extensions.
Friday, Nov 30: Deadline for URCC and GECC to transmit courses to SCCC.
Wed Dec 5th: Deadline for SCCC review of courses and transmittal to Provost’s office.
Wed Dec 16th: Deadline for SCCC to review all revisions to degree programs.
Existing GE Courses with Prerequisites Submitted to Course Consent and No Changes to Prerequisites
Existing GE courses with existing prerequisites, but propose no changes to course prerequisites in the course consent cycle for the fall 2019 catalog, (e.g. GE course that has a prerequisite but there is no change in prerequisite; course is in consent for another reason such as edits to the course description) do NOT need to submit additional documentation this year, because they will go through full recertification in the future. At the time of recertification, adherence to the CSUMB guidance on GE prerequisites will be required of all courses under review for recertification.
Existing GE Courses Submitted to Course Consent Changing or Adding Prerequisites or Greater than 3 Units
Existing GE courses that are in course consent to change or add prerequisites, or that are greater than 3 units should justify the exception in the “‘Describe your proposal.” section in accordance with the Senate guidelines on GE courses exceeding 3 units or the guidelines on prerequisites Upper-division courses that require a specific A1, A2, A3, B4 course, would need to provide justification for why only a specific course is acceptable as a prerequisite.
Courses requesting new GE certification that are greater than 3 units or that have prerequisites other than those allowed in the Senate guidelines on prerequisites and credits
Courses requesting new GE certification that are greater than 3 units or that have prerequisites other than those allowed in the Senate guidelines on prerequisites and units must provide justification for these exceptions in the “‘Describe your proposal” section. This includes upper-division GE courses that require a specific A1, A2, A3, B4 course. Justifications should comply with the Senate guidelines on GE courses exceeding 3 units or the guidelines on prerequisites.