Proposal Routing

  • Different proposals are routed to different reviewers
  • Routing for new courses or revised courses (non-Baccalaureate Core)
  • Routing for Baccalaureate Core courses
  • Routing for terminated courses

Checklist for proposals (courses, options, minors, changes to majors)

Common Problems

Course Proposals

  • No syllabus--all course proposals with the exception of drops require a course syllabus
  • Syllabus does not meet the University Minimum Syllabus Requirements. Use this syllabus template to help you!
  • Differentiated learning outcomes for Slash Courses are either not provided or do not indicate expectations more appropriate for graduate level course work. You must have differentiated learning outcomes for graduate and undergraduate students.
  • Learning outcomes do not use clear language or are too vague/not measurable. Blooms taxonomy action verbs can be helpful when writing learning outcomes.
  • Crosslisted courses need to have the same title, credit, and syllabus.



Liaisons are an important part of the curriculum review process. They can provide valuable feedback to the course, identify errors, or help identify any concerns or curricular overlap or dependencies between programs in different units.

Automated liaison generation

When proposals are sent back


Course Proposal Additional Forms for Bacc Core Courses