Requirements for proposing a new degree program:
*This information is applicable for all degree levels, stand-alone minors, and certificates
As part of the formal proposal for a new degree program, it is required that all proposals include a plan for assessment. Specific information on requirements can be found in the official proposal form provided within the Academic Affairs division. However all Assessment Plans should contain:
- Clearly stated student learning outcomes and their relation to the UWG strategic plan. or information how to write Student Learning Outcomes, click here.
- A description of the intended measurements to be used in the assessment of each outcome providing specific information as to the who, what, when, and how each outcome will be assessed.
- Curriculum & Assessment Map - only required when adding a new program (degree or stand-alone minor / certificate), or modifying the program such that the program curriculum, learning outcomes, or tracks/concentrations are impacted, or when requesting to deactivate a program.
Once a new academic program has been approved, an annual Student Learning Outcomes
Assessment Report is expected to be completed on schedule one year from inception.
*For example, if a new program were to begin enrolling students in Fall 2019, the program will be expected to submit a Student Learning Outcomes Assessment Report by November 15, 2020.
Where do I go to propose a new degree program?
All proposals for new degree programs must be submitted in the UWG Curriculog system. For system information and login access, click here.