PNOI - UW Bothell

Report
New Degrees,
Majors, & Minors
Undergraduate & Graduate
Annette Anderson
UW 1, 303
[email protected]
425-353-3629
Undergraduate
O Timeline
O Planning Notice of Intent (PNOI)
O Undergraduate Full Proposal
O Minors
O Approval Flow Chart
Timeline
PNOI
Task
PNOI Statement
School Approval
GFO EC, Academic Council
UWS - ICAPP**
Proposal
Task
Proposal Development
School Approval
GFO EC, Academic Council
Tri Campus
GFO EC Response
FCTCP
President/Provost
Process
2 - 4 weeks
4 - 6 weeks
4 - 8 weeks
4 Weeks*
Total≈18 weeks
Process
6 - 12 weeks
4 - 8 weeks
4 - 8 weeks
2 weeks
2 - 4 weeks
2 weeks
10 weeks
Total≈46 weeks
GT66 Weeks
*Does not stop the process
**Interinstitutional Committee for Academic Program Planning
Planning Notice of Intent (PNOI)
O The purpose of the PNOI is to announce the
intent to develop a degree program.
O The PNOI should be 2 -3 pages.
O After UWB review, the PNOI is sent to UWS
Academic Affairs and public baccalaureates
are notified of proposed new degrees and
majors via ICAPP.
PNOI Table of Contents
I
Program Description & Rationale
A.
Overview of Program & Goals; and
Unique aspects compared to existing programs
B
.
II
.
Relationship to Institutional Mission and Program
Priorities
Demand: Documentation of Need for Program
A.
Regional, State & National Demand
B
Student Demand
Undergraduate Full Proposal
O The full proposal provides a framework for
developing a degree program.
O All full proposals require UW Form 1503.
O After UWB approves a proposal for a new
program, it is sent to the Curriculum Office
to post for Tri-Campus Review.
Full Proposal Table of Contents
I
A.
B.
II
Overview
Program Description
Relationship to Institutional Mission and
Program Priorities
Demand: Documentation of Need for Program
A.
Student Demand
B.
Relationship to Regional & Other Institutions
C.
Regional, State & National Demand
TOC Cont.
III
Curriculum
A.
General Education Requirements (new or
existing)
B.
Admission Requirements
C.
Program Requirements
IV
Faculty
A.
Faculty Expertise
B.
Faculty Oversight
TOC Cont.
V
Administration & Student Services
A.
Students
B. Administrative Support
C.
Infrastructure Requirements
D. Diversity Plan*
VI
Assessment Plan
A.
Program Assessment
B. Accreditation
VII
Budget*
Minors
O Minors are coherent courses of study at the
undergraduate level consisting of 25-35
credits.
O Coursework in minors is not limited to a
single department or program.
O Minors may be interdisciplinary and they
may include courses on all three campuses.
I
II
III
Minors Table of Contents
Program Description & Rationale
A. Statement of Purpose
B. Relationship to Mission and School
C. Intended audience and expected enrollment
Program Requirements
A. Program Format
B. Program Assessment
Administration and Oversight
A. Faculty
B. Program Oversight
IV
Budget Impact
Undergraduate Proposals Approval Flowchart
Idea - Strategic Planning
Faculty & Schools
generate degree ideas
GFO -EC &
AC II
2nd Reading
& Approval
Full Proposal
Submitted for Tri-Campus
Review
15 Business Days
Announcement I -PNOI
Deans submits PNOI form
to VCAA & GFO EC
PNOI
Review
EC & AC
GFO EC & AC I
1st Reading by EC &
Academic Council Review
GFO Post
Tri-Campus
Review: School
Curriculum Committee
Internal program review &
approval
FCTCP Process Review
14 Business Days
Announcement II
PNOI sent to UWS Office of
Undergraduate Programs
Full Proposal
Development
Committee formed to
develop proposal; may
request UWS & UWT
stakeholders input
President
Graduate Programs
O Timeline
O Planning Notice of Intent
O Graduate Full Proposal
O Approval Flowchart
Planning Notice of Intent
O The PNOI is to announce the intent to
develop a new program.
O The PNOI is distributed for a 10-day
comment period to stakeholders identified
by the unit and the Graduate School.
O The outcome of the PNOI process is
permission to develop a full program
proposal.
Timeline
PNOI
Task
PNOI Statement
Program Approval
Comment Period
GFO EC, Academic Council
Proposal
Development
Proposal Development
Program/School Approval
External Review
GFO EC, Academic Council
Regents
Provost/President
Process
2 - 4 weeks
6 weeks
2 weeks
4 - 6 weeks
Total≈18 weeks
Process
6 - 12 weeks
4 - 8 weeks
4 weeks
4 - 6 weeks
4 - 6 weeks
10 weeks
Total≈46 weeks
GT64 weeks
PNOI Table of Contents
I
A.
II
III
Program Description & Rationale
Overview of Program & Goals; and
Unique aspects compared to existing
programs
B. Relationship to Institutional Mission and
Program Priorities
Documentation of Need for Program
A.
Regional, State & National Demand
B.
Student Demand
Preliminary Budget
Graduate Full Proposal
O After receiving “permission to develop” from Academic
Affairs and Planning, academic units submit a full
proposal.
O The proposal should indicate confirmation of faculty
review and approval of the new program.
O A new graduate degree proposal must include all items
in the TOC, a cover sheet and appendices .
Full Proposal TOC
I
Overview
A.
Program Description
B.
Relationship to Institutional Mission and
Program Priorities
Documentation of Need for Program
A.
Regional, State & National Demand
B.
Student Demand
C.
Relationship to Regional & Other Institutions
II
III
Curriculum
IV
Infrastructure Requirements
V
Faculty
VI
Administration
VII
Students
A. Diversity Plan
VIII
Assessment Plan
A. Program Assessment
B. Accreditation
IX
X
Budget (Appendix Form)
Proposal Review
TOC Cont.
Graduate Proposals Approval Flowchart
Announcement
PNOI Development
PNOI Review
Proposal committee
develops PNOI
PNOI reviewed by EC &
AC
PNOI submitted to
Graduate School for 10
day comment period
School Review
Full Proposal
Development
Graduate School &
External Review
Proposal sent for
external review.
GFO - EC & AC
1st & 2nd Readings
by EC &AC
Internal program review
& approval
Regents / Provost
Scheduled for Regents
review
UWS & UWT
stakeholders input
Office of the
President
FAQs
O How long does it take to get a new degree approved?
12 – 18 months; (Planning chart included in PWB)
O When is a Form 1503 required?
It is required for new undergraduate degrees, majors,
minors, and certificate programs, or substantive
changes to the same of a non-routine nature.
O Who makes changes to proposal requirements?
Undergraduate – GFO EC; Graduate – Grad School
O What support is available?
See me for support at the Idea stage.
Resources for Curriculum Processes
Including, Certificates, Options, &
Changes to Existing Programs
O UWB Curriculum Development:
http://www.uwb.edu/academic/curriculum
O University Campuses Undergraduate Curriculum Coordination
http://www.washington.edu/students/reg/procedure.html
O The Graduate School: https://www.grad.washington.edu/facstaff/programreviews/guidelines-new-degrees.shtml
O UWS Registrar:
http://depts.washington.edu/registra/curriculum/1503.php

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