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8.3 Course Development

Any faculty wishing to create a new University of North Georgia (UNG) academic course must complete the UNG New Course Request Form and submit it to the Academic Curriculum and Policies TeamSite in the faculty/staff portal in order to begin the review process. The proposal must be reviewed and approved by the department head or program coordinator before proceeding to the College’s Program & Curriculum Committee for peer review. The committee recommendations are forwarded to the dean for review and approval before the proposal is placed on the agenda for the Provost Council (PC). All course proposals will receive two readings by the PC. Initial review/comments/suggestions by the PC will occur at the first reading. After the 1st reading the proposal will be added to the agenda of the next PC meeting as a second reading item. Between the first and second readings, any questions regarding the course(s) will be sent to the appropriate university office for review. The final PC approval vote will occur at the conclusion of the second reading. After PC approval, courses will be sent to the Registrar’s Office for processing. Approved courses will be submitted to a public folder for Academic Affairs and Graduate Council and added to the next meeting agenda as “Information items only.”     

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