2022-23 Graduate Catalog
Links to catalog proof files are available below. All items must be fully approved and reported to the Office of the Registrar by March 1, 2022, to be included in the 2022-23 Graduate catalog. The Senate's Course Action Request Form has automated the course approval process. The Graduate School's new GPAR Workflow Form automates the approval process for graduate degree and certificate programs, including approvals of new programs, modifications of existing programs, and elimination of programs. This electronic system replaces the paper forms previously used for routing proposals through the approval process.
Key to proof file notations
- New additions are in underlined blue text; deletions appear in red strikethrough text.
- Text that has been moved (for example in the case of course number changes) appears in green text. Text in the original location appears in green, double-strikethrough text. Text in the new location is green and double underlined.
- Explanations of – and references to documentation for – changes appear in comment bubbles along the right side of the page. Changes will only appear when all approvals have been finalized.
Please contact Curriculum Services with any questions or concerns.
Because new courses and revisions are updated automatically as they become effective on the Graduate Catalog website, there are no longer course description proof files to display in this space. If you have questions about a future dated change or believe that the website is incomplete or inaccurate, please contact Curriculum Services. You may also view course proposal information through the Course Action Request Form.