Academic Program Resources
This section is for CUNY faculty and staff involved in the development and modification of academic programs. Its purpose is to provide easy access to the most updated version of guidelines and forms required in the process. We welcome all suggestions for improving this site as well as for additional materials you would like to see included.
The 2010 Faculty Handbook for Program Preparations provides a description of the procedures to be followed in program preparation. It also includes downloadable versions of the forms commonly required for proposal preparation. »
A special Supplement to the Handbook addresses specific requirements for the development and modification for Teacher Education Programs. »
This manual will assist you with format and language choices when presenting information in the Chancellor's University Report.
Forms (also included in the Handbook)
- Change an Existing Registered Program
- Application for Certificate or Advanced Certificate
- Application for Distance Education Format <doc>
The Flowcharts present information on program preparation and modifications in a summarized form, and may be used as a quick reference or a training tool. »
All certificates need to receive proper approval on campus and be submitted via the Chancellor's University Report. As of March 2009, proposals for most certificates, except those leading to Teacher Ed or professional certificate/licensure, may be submitted to NYSED electronically for expedited approval. Corresponding application forms and detailed information. »
The Office of Program Review, Articulation and Transfer is also responsible for overseeing the application and waiver of various bylaws to academic appointments, faculty degree equivalencies and compensation. Click the header for this section to be redirected to a page containing a memo regarding the bylaw application and waivers and the forms associated with those actions as well as a form for a request for a Salary Above Base (SAB).
The Office of Program Review, Articulation and Transfer is also responsible for coordinating the central administration's vetting of individuals to whom any CUNY college or school wishes to award an honorary degree prior to those requests being voted on by CAPPR and the full Board of Trustees. Click the head for this section to be redirected to a page containing a guide to submissions, the necessary form and the CAPPR deadline schedule. The deadline schedule is also available in the column to the right.
The calendar serves as a reminder of the deadlines by which a proposal must be fully approved and completed in order to be considered for a presentation at the Committee on Academic Program, Policy, and Research (CAPPR) of the CUNY Board of Trustees. The University Office of Academic Affairs is committed to facilitating this process and helping the colleges prepare a proposal that is carefully focused and well-defined in terms of the College's and the University's goals. Colleges are encouraged to consult with the Director of Program Review as early as possible in order to work out a tentative timetable. »
PROPOSALS FOR NEW ACADEMIC PROGRAMS
Office of Academic Affairs
City University of New York
205 East 42th St.
New York, NY 10017
Dr. Ekaterina Sukhanova
Director, Academic Program Review, Articulation and Transfer
Mr. Kenneth Norz
University Academic Affairs Manager
Mr. Leo Deuster