Supporting academic growth
We are committed to student success and positive student
learning outcomes. Toward this end, we encourage departments and academic units
to propose programs that meet student needs, and emphasize interdisciplinary, collaborative
approaches to learning.
The resources below contain more information related to
academic program development.
The Office of Curriculum, Learning Design, and Academic Assessment (OCLDAA) has resources for
The Arizona Board of Regents require reviews of all academic programs every seven years. Learn
more about program reviews.
Academic strategic plans
Review current and past academic strategic plans:
The university values diversity as part of a complete
education and a necessary component of civic life. Learn how we encourage
multicultural education with the university’s diversity curriculum
New degree proposals
Your department may propose a new degree to fit the needs of
your students. Review the required forms before you submit your proposal:
To propose organizational changes, use the following forms:
Use the following forms to propose a new center or
University curriculum reviews
The University Curriculum Committee evaluates undergraduate
curricula to ensure compliance with university regulations. Learn more about
the University Curriculum Committee, and find required forms.
Graduate Committee oversees all graduate curricula reviews.
The Extended Campuses Curriculum Committee
and Yuma Curriculum Committee oversee curricula review for online and