IMPORTANT DATES/DEADLINES

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  • July 16, 2019  
    DEADLINE: Dean's approval complete in Curriculog for Sept. 3 announcment of NCPs, new GE courses
  • Sept. 3, 2019 
    NCP & New GE courses Campus Announcement (Fall Cycle) to be included in the next catalog*
    additional deadlines apply regarding questions/challenges: UPS 411.100 & 411.200
  • Nov. 4, 2019 
    DEADLINE: Dean's approval complete for New Program Proposals
  • Nov. 12, 2019
    New Program Proposals Announcement (UPS 410.103)
  • Dec. 20, 2019  
    DEADLINE: Dean's approval complete in Curriculog for all Course Changes and Program Changes to be included in the next catalog*

    DEADLINE: Dean's approval complete in Curriculog for Feb. 3 announcement of NCPs, new GE courses** (will not be in upcoming catalog)
  • Jan. 2, 2020  
    Catalog Editor begins reviewing all curriculum changes for implementation in the next catalog: course descriptions, programs, etc.
  • Jan. 16, 2020
    Academic Programs approval for curriculum changes to be included in the next catalog
  • Jan. 31, 2020  
    Scheduling Office has processed all course changes to be included in next catalog. All changes must be complete in CMS for next catalog.
  • Feb. 3, 2020  
    NCP & New GE courses Campus Announcement (Spring Cycle)** 
    (will not be in upcoming catalog)
    additional deadlines apply regarding questions/challenges: UPS 411.100 & 411.200
  • Feb. 18, 2020  
    CATALOG PRODUCTION: Make changes/edits in Acalog; create other updates as needed.

    Prepare Galleys for departments and colleges.
  • March 1, 2020
    Galleys due back
  • April 6, 2020  
    Dean's approval complete for New Program Proposals

    CATALOG GOES LIVE
  • April 13, 2020  
    New Program Proposals Campus Announcment (UPS 410.103)

*Inclusion in the catalog is subject to proposal receiving all necessary approvals.

**NCPs and new GE courses that are submitted by Dec. 20 announced on Feb. 3 will not appear in the upcoming Fall catalog and may not be available for scheduling in CMS until the spring semester following approval.

LAYING THE FOUNDATION FOR SUCCESS!

The foundation of an outstanding university is an innovative and thoughtful curriculum developed by faculty who are experts in their fields. Undergraduate Studies works with the faculty to develop and refine courses and academic programs that will ensure that our students succeed not only in the classroom, but also in their professional careers.

MEANING OF DEGREE

A California State University, Fullerton degree marks the culmination of an enriching multidisciplinary education where students benefit from experiential learning and vibrant co-curricular experiences in a culturally diverse environment. With disciplinary knowledge and critical skills, Titan graduates are well-positioned to emerge as effective and ethical leaders, and productive members in their local communities and the global society.

 

Classification of Instructional Programs (CIP)

Classification of Instructional Programs (CIP) are defined by the National Center for Education Statistics and may not be changed without explicit permission from the CSU Chancellor’s Office as it has many links to other areas that would be compromised. Contact the Academic Programs Office for more information.