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Curriculum Development

This curriculum support services page provides information, resources, templates and guidelines pertaining to the process of developing curricular initiatives and/or establishing new organizational units at Arizona State University. Academic program development is, generally, the process whereby academic units propose to establish new academic programs and/or academic units, as well as, when needed to enhance existing program offerings including creating new courses and/or revising existing courses. This development is a critical component of an academic unit’s long-term strategic planning mission.

For additional information please email: curriculumplanning@asu.edu.

Academic Planning

Academic Planning Cycle

Academic Planning Archives

 

Curriculum Resources

Approval Process Matrix

Curricular Deadlines Calendar

Curricular Best Practices

Curriculum Definitions and Requirements

 

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Curricular Forms

Curricular Forms

Tracking Documents

Degrees and Majors Forms

Graduate Degrees/Majors

  • Find forms to the following graduate actions on the Graduate College Curriculum Development website: 
      • Graduate Program Change
      • Graduate Admission Requirements
      • Graduate Program Application Review Term Changes
      • 4+1 Accelerated Programs
      • Create New Graduate Track
      • Master's in Passing Requests

Courses


Academic Structure

  • Proposal to Change Academic Structure
    Disestablish, move, merge or change the name of an academic unit. Includes the creation of new academic organizations (departments, schools, colleges)

Kuali Resources

Courses

Centers and Institutes