Curricular ItemsPosted: Thursday, August 1, 2019
Fall 2019 Proposal Submission Process, New Course Prefixes
From the Chair of the College Senate Curriculum Committee
When submitting a course or program proposal via KissFlow, please make certain that your associate dean has approved the assigned prefix number or code. Please remember that any new course proposal prefix must not be reused from previous years or historical use. It is imperative that the correct prefixes for new or revised proposals be submitted, as these will eventually be entered in Banner and the course catalogs.
All proposals must accurately reflect the nature of the course or program. A revision should state “Reason for Revision,” as opposed to new, which states “Reason for Addition.” Also make certain that the title and description on the KissFlow routing form match the title and description on the local routing form, especially catalog descriptions. If a title change occurs after the first submission, the new title should be reflected on the revised proposal description. The College Senate Office sometimes receives mismatched proposals, leading to inaccurate listings in the Daily Bulletin and further delaying the final approval process. Associate deans must ensure that all submissions match their routing forms and proposals before sending them to the Senate Office via KissFlow. The Senate Office checks submissions but is not responsible for mismatched documents.