The type of change you make to an existing option determines the proposal workflow.

Change Type Final OSU Approval Step Final External Approval Step
  • Change option requirements*
  • Extend to Ecampus (workflow diagram)
  • Rename the option*
  • Suspend the option*
  • Terminate the option*
Faculty Senate Curriculum Council Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities

*Workflow diagram coming soon

This is not a comprehensive list of changes.  CIM will track the changes you make in your proposal and will submit your proposal to the proper workflow.  If you make several changes in your proposal, the change that requires the highest level of approval will determine the workflow.

Required Information

See the table below for the information that is required for various changes to existing options.  Below the table is a description of each type of information.

Change Type CIM Proposal Liaisons External Letters of Support
Change option requirements Yes Yes No

Extend to Ecampus

Yes No No
Rename the option Yes Yes Yes

Suspend the option

Yes Yes No

Terminate the option

Yes Yes No
All other changes Yes Yes No
  • A proposal in CIM
  • Liaisons:
    • At least three
      • A minimum of two Academic Liaisons must be from outside the college associated with the Originating Academic Unit.

      • The remaining liaisons can be from within the college but must be outside the Originating Academic Unit.

  • External letter of support: at least one letter of support from contacts external to OSU.

Proposal questions? Contact CM's Curriculum Coordinators.

Curriculum Proposal Software

  • CIM for Programs login

    For creating new programs (majors/degrees, certificates, options, and minors) and editing existing programs.

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How do I learn to use CIM?

Check CIM Support Materials and Proposal FAQs for quick starts, videos, and tips. Contact [email protected] to arrange for an individual or a group training.