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Unformatted Document Text:  Appendix 2: CSU Proposal Criteria as Embedded in CSUSM’s Proposal Form CSU San Marcos Degree Program Proposal Template 4 1. Program Type (Please specify any from the list below that apply—delete the others) √ State-Support √ Self-Support √ Online Program √ Fast Track √ Pilot √ Pilot Conversion √ Conversion of Self-Support to State-Support Program √ Elevation of Option or Concentration to a Full Degree Program √ New Program √ Proposal Revision (updating a previously reviewed proposal) 2. Program Identification a. Campusb. Full and exact degree designation and title (e.g. Master of Science in Genetic Counseling, Bachelor of Arts with a Major in History). c. Date the Board of Trustees approved adding this program projection to the campus Academic Plan. 5 d. Term and academic year of intended implementation (e.g. Fall 2007).e. Name of the department(s), division, or other unit of the campus that would offer the proposed degree major program. Please identify the unit that will have primary responsibility. f. Name, title, and rank of the individual(s) primarily responsible for drafting the proposed degree major program. g. Statement from the appropriate campus administrative authority that the addition of this program supports the campus mission and will not impede the successful operation and growth of existing academic programs. (CPEC “Appropriateness to Institutional and Segmental Mission”) 6 h. Any other campus approval documents that may apply (e.g. curriculum committee approvals). 7 i. Please specify whether this proposed program is subject to WASC Substantive Change review. 8 4 When beginning to fill out this form, contact Academic Programs for general guidance and for samples of recent program proposals. It is recommended that program proposers start to fill out the template with the catalog description and the student learning outcomes in Section 3.b and 4.a. 5 The “campus Academic Plan” is called the University Academic Master Plan (UAMP) at CSU San Marcos. Contact Academic Programs for this date. 6 Proposers do not need to supply this item. As the proposal goes through the approval process, memos from campus administrators are obtained. These will be collected and added to the proposal by the Curriculum and Scheduling Office as a response for this item. 7 Proposers do not need to supply this item. As the proposal goes through the approval process, memos from curriculum committees are obtained. These will be collected and added to the proposal by the Curriculum and Scheduling Office as a response for this item. 8 Generally this refers to a degree offered at a new level (e.g., a doctorate). To be certain that a WASC Substantive Change review is not necessary, contact the Associate Vice President for Planning and Accreditation. Aligning Assessment Across All Levels page 28 of 34

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Appendix 2: CSU Proposal Criteria as Embedded in CSUSM’s Proposal Form
CSU San Marcos Degree Program Proposal Template
1. Program Type (Please specify any from the list below that apply—delete the others)
State-Support
Online Program
New Program
Proposal Revision (updating a previously reviewed proposal)
2. Program Identification
a. Campus
b. Full and exact degree designation and title (e.g. Master of Science in Genetic Counseling,
Bachelor of Arts with a Major in History).
c. Date the Board of Trustees approved adding this program projection to the campus Academic
Plan.
d. Term and academic year of intended implementation (e.g. Fall 2007).
e. Name of the department(s), division, or other unit of the campus that would offer the
proposed degree major program. Please identify the unit that will have primary
responsibility.
f. Name, title, and rank of the individual(s) primarily responsible for drafting the proposed
degree major program.
g. Statement from the appropriate campus administrative authority that the addition of this
program supports the campus mission and will not impede the successful operation and
growth of existing academic programs. (CPEC “Appropriateness to Institutional and
Segmental Mission”)
h. Any other campus approval documents that may apply (e.g. curriculum committee
approvals).
i. Please specify whether this proposed program is subject to WASC Substantive Change
review.
4
When beginning to fill out this form, contact Academic Programs for general guidance and for samples of recent program
proposals. It is recommended that program proposers start to fill out the template with the catalog description and the student
learning outcomes in Section 3.b and 4.a.
5
The “campus Academic Plan” is called the University Academic Master Plan (UAMP) at CSU San Marcos. Contact Academic
Programs for this date.
6
Proposers do not need to supply this item. As the proposal goes through the approval process, memos from campus
administrators are obtained. These will be collected and added to the proposal by the Curriculum and Scheduling Office as a
response for this item.
7
Proposers do not need to supply this item. As the proposal goes through the approval process, memos from curriculum
committees are obtained. These will be collected and added to the proposal by the Curriculum and Scheduling Office as a
response for this item.
8
Generally this refers to a degree offered at a new level (e.g., a doctorate). To be certain that a WASC Substantive Change
review is not necessary, contact the
Associate Vice President for Planning and Accreditation.
Aligning Assessment Across All Levels
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