Calendar for submission

Core Submission Calendar

  1. Between April 15 October 15 consultations with Core personnel, OCCC, and UUCC about new course submission
  2. By October 15 - all Core courses eligible to be submitted to the THECB by mid-April the following year, must be submitted in Curriculog
  3. First Friday in November all Core courses eligible to be submitted to THECB must be ready (complete with all necessary department and college approvals) for review by the OCCC in Curriculog

     

  4. First Friday in February – all Core courses eligible to be submitted to THECB must be approved by 60% of the OCCC members

     

  5. Two weeks before the first Wednesday in March (mid-February) all Core courses eligible to be submitted to THECB must be submitted to the UUCC
  6. First Wednesday in March all Core courses eligible to be submitted to the THECB must be approved by the UUCC
  7. Between March and mid-April Core courses approved by the UUCC will be added to the UNT course inventory
  8. Annually By mid-April, all UUCC approved Core courses that are in the UNT course inventory and THECB inventory for UNT courses will be submitted to the THECB for review

Approval steps and Timing: Curriculog* and Beyond^

*Originator undetermined

 *College/school timing depends on regularity of meetings and movement of agenda items

 *Dean timing depends on the dean’s curriculum committee or other approval processes

 *Oversight Committee for the Core Curriculum eleven volunteer faculty members review the proposal, seven of whom have to approve it; the OCCC meets once monthly to review proposals that are pending; they do not meet in the summer or in January; timing is approximately 30-45 days

 *UUCC immediate, as long as someone is at the meeting to motion for approval; delayed by one month if no one is available to make a motion

^THECB the regulations say 75 days

^Catalog the course is entered into the catalog for the year recommended by the UUCC; it is entered into the catalog as a Core course when the THECB approves the course as a Core course.