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Curricula Committee

Instructions

Use this form to request approval for changes to an existing program, major, or minor that is currently listed in the Bulletin.  Further information is available on the LA&J Committee on Curricula main page.

Enter the requested information below and click submit to email the department chair or program director for approval.  Once approved, the information will be sent to the Curricula Committee.

 
Faculty Contact Information
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Department Chair/Program Director Information
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Current Description.  Cut and paste the current Bulletin description.  If appropriate, please paste only relevant paragraphs or sections where a change will be made  
 
Proposed Description.  Enter the Bulletin description you propose for the program, major, or minor.  Please follow the guidelines found on this committee's main page.  
 
Proposed Changes.  Briefly summarize the proposed changes.  
 
Rationale.  Identify the rationale for change.  Why is it needed? What impact does it have on other programs of study within and outside the department?  
 
Resource Requirements and Curricular Adjustments.  Identify how the course will be staffed and note any other significant new resource needs.  
 
Planning Process or Involvement by Faculty.  Which faculty members are involved? What roles have they agreed to take on, such as adviser, with the changed program, major, or minor?  
 
Potential Overlap/Conflicts.  Does course content overlap with or complement other courses offered at Tufts?  The Committee on Curricula encourages consultation with other potentially interested departments and instructors to prevent delay in committee consideration.  What have you done to check potential overlap or complementarity with courses in other potentially interested departments?  Have you sent your proposal to potentially interested instructors as a courtesy?