The CAS Curriculum Committee (CASCC) reviews undergraduate new course proposals, changes in undergraduate degree requirements, and new undergraduate degree proposals. Upon CASCC approval, proposals are forwarded to the Office of the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education for final University approval and further processing with SUNY.
Undergraduate New Course Proposals are submitted electronically by filling out the online form. The form requires UB log in authentication. When filling in the information on the “Contacts” tab of the online form, proposers must provide the email of their Department Chair, and add Stefanos Papazaharias (email address email@example.com) in the area for Associate Dean.
Undergraduate Curriculum Changes to Existing Degree Programs
If the proposed changes affect a total number of credits that is less than 1/3 of the credits required for the degree, the proposal can follow the format at https://undergrad.buffalo.edu/content/undergrad/faculty-staff-pw/curriculum/program.html. All other revisions, or revisions to a program that leads to licensure, need to use the SUNY form: Program Revision Proposal: Changes to an Existing Program.
Proposals for New Minor should follow the Template for Proposing New Undergraduate Minor (DOCX). Revisions to a Currently Approved Minor should follow the Template for Revising Undergraduate Minor (DOCX).
Undergraduate New Degree Proposals – Please contact Stefanos Papazaharias at firstname.lastname@example.org
Chair: Michelle Benson-Saxton
PSC Michelle Benson-Saxton – 513 Park – email@example.com
ENG Susan R. Eilenberg – 531 Clemens – firstname.lastname@example.org
THD Meredith Conti - Alumni Arena - email@example.com
PHY Jong Han – 239 Fronczak – firstname.lastname@example.org
ART Paul Vanouse - 202 Center for the Arts - email@example.com
ECO Joanne Song McLaughlin - 441 Fronczak - firstname.lastname@example.org
MUS Brian Moseley - 220 Baird - email@example.com
Dean’s Office ex officio
Graduate New Course Proposals
When creating a new graduate course, there are specific form requirements depending on the type of course you want to create. A university-level approval process that must occur before the course can be offered. Follow the directions at The Graduate School under For Faculty & Staff and locate Creating a New Graduate Course under the Program & Curriculum Management tab. Send application materials or any questions to Brant Kresovich, administrator of the CAS Graduate Divisional Committee.