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The SDSU Curriculum Guide has been compiled to assist you in preparing curricular proposals for processing for consideration for inclusion in the General Catalog, the Graduate Bulletin, and the Imperial Valley Campus Bulletin. Also included are instructions on how to submit proposals for new certificate programs, for a degree to be placed in the Academic Master Plan, and for topics courses and General Studies courses to be included in the SDSU Class Schedule and in Extended Studies catalogs. Special attention should be given to the following information.
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Catalog and Bulletins

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Curricular Proposal Forms

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Curriculum Guide by Section

CURRICULAR PROCESSING DEADLINES

POLICIES AND PROCEDURES

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GUIDELINES FOR SUBMITTING CURRICULAR PROPOSALS

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PROCEDURE FOR PROCESSING CURRICULAR PROPOSALS FROM IMPERIAL VALLEY CAMPUS

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CREDENTIAL PROGRAM PROCEDURES

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CURRICULAR PROPOSAL FORMS and TOPICS COURSES
(296, 496, 596, 696, Latin American Studies 580, Psychology 796, 886)

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GRADUATION WRITING ASSESSMENT REQUIREMENT

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GENERAL EDUCATION

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COURSE SYLLABI

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STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES

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CONCURRENT PROGRAMS LEADING TO TWO GRADUATE DEGREES

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ACADEMIC MASTER PLAN

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NEW DEGREE PROGRAMS

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CONCENTRATIONS, EMPHASES, MINORS

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CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS

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CERTIFICATE SAMPLES

COURSE CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM

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APPENDIX

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College of Extended Studies

For all new and special topics courses, use the regular campus proposals found in the SDSU Curriculum Guide.  If the course you want to offer is NOT new and NOT a special topics course, please go to the CES Web site at http://www.ces.sdsu.edu/Pages/Engine.aspx?id=800 and complete a "Course Section Request Form."  For all non-credit and/or professional development credit courses, please use the appropriate course proposal forms located on the College of Extended Studies Web site.


 
 

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