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RSCC Policy AA-07-01; Curriculum Development

RSCC Policy AA-07-01; Curriculum Development

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Policy Number: AA-07-01
Subject: Curriculum Development

Curriculum changes include new courses, course modifications, course and program deletions, and new programs. Proposals must be submitted through academic deans, in consultation with faculty, to the Academic and Curriculum Council. Proposals are reviewed using TBR guidelines which address areas such as academic content, need, cost, and staffing. Upon approval by the Academic and Curriculum Council, program proposals are recommended to the president, who may approve or reject the proposal. Proposals for new programs must be submitted by the president to the Tennessee Board of Regents for approval and finally to the Tennessee Higher Education Commission, if required.

Revision History: 11/20/99, 09/29/2007, 05/08/2015
TBR Guideline Reference: A-010
Revision Date Effective: 03/19/2018
Revision Approval By: Christopher L. Whaley, President
Original Date Effective: 01/11/1988
Original Approval By: Cuyler A. Dunbar, President
Office Responsible: Vice President Student Learning
Reviewed: 03/19/2018

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