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					   FACULTY
  HANDBOOK
    FOR THE
 PREPARATION
OF NEW ACADEMIC
  PROGRAMS
     Office of Academic Affairs
   The City University of New York
         New ! Spring 2010
                                  TABLE OF CONTENTS

I. BASIC GUIDELINES FOR NEW PROGRAM APPROVALS                                        3
    A. Introduction                                                                  3
    B. General Evaluation Criteria                                                   4
    C. The Letter of Intent                                                          4
    D. The Proposal                                                                  7

II. PREPARATION OF ARTICULATION AGREEMENTS                                          13
    A. Introduction                                                                 14
    B. New Program Articulation: Different Degree Programs                          15
    C. Developing Articulation Agreements                                           16


III. SPECIAL APPROVAL PROCEDURES                                                     24
   A. Teacher Education Programs                                                     25
   B. Certificate Programs                                                           27
   C. Distance Education Programs                                                    49

IV. CHECKLIST OF DOCUMENTATION REQUIRED FOR
    PROGRAM PROPOSALS                                                                54

V. COMMONLY REFERENCED GUIDELINES                                                    57
  A. Liberal Arts Definition                                                         58
  B. Definitions of IRP, HEGIS, and CIP                                              61
  C. HEGIS Codes                                                                     63
  D. Program Format Definitions                                                      72

VI. SED AND CUNY FORMS FOR ALL PROGRAMS, GRADUATE AND
    UNDERGRADUATE                                                                    75
   A. Sample Title Page (OAA template), list of documents                            77
   B. Core Application for Undergraduate and Graduate programs other than
      Teacher Education                                                              80
       B.1. SED Cover page                                                           81
       B.2 Undergraduate Program Schedule                                            83
       B.3 Graduate Program Schedule                                                 85
       B.4 Full time Faculty Form                                                    87
       B.5 Part Time Faculty Form                                                    89
       B.6 Faculty to be hired                                                       91
       B.7.a Senior College Table For New Resources                                  93
       B.7.b Senior College Table For Projected Revenue                              95
       B.7.c Senior College Supporting Materials for Revenue Table                   97
       B.7.d Senior College Table for Five-Year Financial Projections for Program   103
       B.8.a Community College Table For New Resources                              107
       B.8.b Community College Table For Projected Revenue                          109
       B.8.c Community College Supporting Materials for Revenue Table               111
       B.8.d Community College Table For The Five-Year Financial Projections For
             Program                                                                117
  C. Evaluation Form (For Graduate Programs only)                                   121
  D. Recommended Format for Articulation Agreements                                 124
                      I. BASIC GUIDELINES FOR NEW PROGRAM APPROVALS

A. Introduction

The academic programs offered by the City University of New York represent a broad and
diverse spectrum of educational opportunities provided to tens of thousands of students at every
degree level. Currently, the University offers nearly 2,049 degree-granting programs. As of this
writing, 65 programs are offered at the doctoral level and 646 at the master’s level. There are 687
baccalaureate programs and 259 associate degree programs. In addition, there are more than 340
certificate programs from the pre-associate to the post-graduate levels. The University’s vast
curricular offerings are a tribute to the immeasurable talents of its faculty.

The University takes justifiable pride in its established academic programs, but it cannot afford
complacency. The ongoing development of new academic programs is vital to the University, its
students and the communities it serves. Academic programs shape the intellectual efforts of both
faculty and students, and they reflect each college’s mission and goals.

As mandated by the Board Bylaws, the development of new academic programs is the
prerogative of the faculty on each campus. Faculty expertise provides the best guarantee that the
education process will be dynamic and that the colleges will grow and change to meet society’s
challenges and students’ needs.

While the faculty has the responsibility for initiating new academic programs and revisions to
existing programs, the college administration, led by the President and the Chief Academic
Officer, also plays a key role in academic program development. The college administration is
responsible for creating an environment that provides for ongoing review, constructive change,
and appropriate additions to the college curriculum. It is through this collaboration that the
college’s unique mission and goals are fulfilled.

The University’s process of program approval is designed to maintain the highest standards of
excellence. The following guidelines are meant to serve as a concise reference for new program
planning, development, and approval. They are intended to promote the efficient processing of
proposals from the colleges to the University’s central administration and Board of Trustees,
through final approval by the New York State Board of Regents.

Before any new program can be offered at the University it must undergo qualitative reviews and
receive approval from appropriate governing bodies at three levels:

      the College;
      the Board of Trustees (BOT); and
      the New York State Education Department (SED).


As a result, the entire process of program approval is often a lengthy one; up to two years may
elapse between the time a program is first proposed by a college’s faculty and its registration by
SED. The Office of Academic Affairs (OAA) is committed to facilitating this process and
moving each proposed program toward its final goal as quickly as possible. To that end, this
document sets forth information on general evaluation criteria; the letter of intent (content and
procedure); and the final proposal (content and procedure).

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B. General Evaluation Criteria
The criteria used to evaluate a program proposal will vary depending upon the program itself and
are also determined by the role of each governing body reviewing the proposal. Nevertheless,
certain criteria should apply to the review of all academic programs.

By the time a program is recommended for approval by OAA to the Board Committee on
Academic Policy, Program, and Research (CAPPR), it will have been evaluated according to the
following standards:

      Academic quality;
      Justification of needs (to include societal needs in terms of regional, state and national
       needs; career opportunities for graduates; and student interest);
      Relationship to other programs at CUNY (e.g. possible duplication);
      Relationship to other campus programs and to college and University missions;
      Resources available to implement the program;
      Conformity with the standards of accrediting agencies (necessary for the professions);
      Conformity with the regulations of the SED.


C. The Letter Of Intent

The primary purpose of the Letter of Intent (LOI) is to notify the University community of the
College’s plan to offer the proposed program. Distribution of the LOI among the University’s
constituent colleges provides opportunity for comment on the proposed program’s academic and
financial feasibility. The colleges are encouraged to offer advice for improving and ensuring the
proposed program’s academic rigor, suggestions for collaborative arrangements, or other
information that might be useful.

Generally, the LOI should be between 10 and 15 pages and should encapsulate the final
proposal. Indeed, the proposed program should be relatively advanced in the planning process
before the LOI is submitted to OAA.


Content of the Letter of Intent

The Letter of Intent must be informative, clear, and concise. Detailed information should be
reserved for the later proposal. Here, basic information is essential.

The LOI’s title page should include:

      the college name;
      the name of the department(s) sponsoring the program;
      the official name of the program;
      the degree or certificate to be awarded;
      the anticipated date for implementation of the program; and
      the date of College governance approval (please include as well the name of the
       appropriate governance body or bodies).


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The narrative should follow a simple outline:

7) Purpose and Goals: Describe the program’s purpose in a succinct statement. Remember that
 the audience for the LOI may not possess expertise in the particular field of study. Include an
 explicit statement of how the program meets students’ educational goals and career objectives.
 This section should also briefly present the rationale for the program. Issues that might be
 addressed include: national or local educational trends; faculty interest and commitment; the
 program’s relation to existing departmental or college offerings; or other compelling factors.

7) Need and Justification: Relevant needs include those of students, the college, the university,
 the community, the economy, and the nation. All statements about demand and interest need to
 include supporting evidence, with an indication of the source. Sometimes LOIs and proposals
 offer abundant statistics on an important social issue without linking it to the proposed curriculum
 and possible career outcomes for students. This practice does not strengthen the proposal and is
 best avoided. The importance of the field does not yet in itself demonstrate a need for a specific
 undergraduate degree in that area, particularly at the associate level, as many employers prefer
 students to receive a broad liberal arts education in the first two years of study.

Not every need will pertain to all LOIs. For example, an LOI for a program that is vocationally
 or professionally oriented should provide an overview of post-completion employment
 opportunities (with job titles). The overview should be supported by data from sources such as
 the US Department of Labor or appropriate professional organizations, and/or sample entry-level
 job postings. The job postings must be directly relevant to the curriculum proposed and should
 not include specific additional requirements (e.g. knowledge of legal regulations or familiarity
 with a professional software) that are not covered by the proposed curriculum. As future
 employment is a goal of most of our students, inclusion of similar information is encouraged for
 liberal arts programs. Inclusion of this information will be considered as strengthening the
 proposal. In the absence of such information for liberal arts programs, information indicating
 student demand for the curriculum should be included.


7) Student Interest/Enrollment: Explain the evidence for student interest in the program and the
 sources for potential enrollments. Some examples of measuring student interest are student
 surveys; demographics of prospective students; increased enrollment in individual courses in the
 field of study or participation in related co-curricular clubs and activities and campus-wide shifts
 in topical interests. When a student survey has been conducted, please remember to include a
 blank copy of the survey instrument. Provide a numerical estimate of enrollments anticipated for
 each of the first five years of the program’s existence. Present projected enrollment in a table
 showing how many students will attend full-time and how many part-time. The anticipated
 attrition rate should also be indicated, along with a discussion as to how it was determined.
 Discuss the factors that produced the estimates including student interest, employment trends and
 needs, and/or enrollment(s) in similar programs at the College or at other campuses within the
 University.




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Similar programs already in place at other campuses of the University should be identified. If
duplication issues exist, provide an explanation for going forward despite such duplication. A
college administration that is proposing a duplicate program is advised to begin
discussions early with the college(s) already offering the other program(s).

  Clearly indicate any special admission requirements. Describe any steps the College intends
to take to prepare students to qualify for admission. Specific groups such as local union
members or specially prepared students from ―feeder‖ schools should be identified.

7) Curriculum: Present and discuss a rationale for the curriculum. Include the complete
  curricular design, listing all course titles with credit requirements and indicating new
  courses (which must be accompanied by descriptions). Identify any relevant accrediting or
  licensure requirements. Indicate any non-course requirements, such as a thesis or
  comprehensive exam.

7) Articulation agreements: With the exception of A.A.S. degree programs that do not
  have parallel or related programs at senior colleges, articulation agreements are
  required for all undergraduate programs. For two-year transfer programs and all four-
  year programs, the LOI should contain information on the articulation agreement(s) in
  planning.     Articulation agreements between the college and private institutions are
  encouraged but not required.      The full proposal must include a signed articulation
  agreement before it may be presented to the BOT. It is strongly recommended that the
  community colleges reach out to the intended receiver college before the LOI is formally
  submitted. Discussions with other colleges regarding articulation agreements should
  take place before the LOI is submitted and should be mentioned within that document.

7) Faculty: Describe current full-time faculty available to teach in the program. Specify the
   number of new full-time faculty that will be needed to implement the program and also the
   anticipated number of adjunct faculty that may be required. Be sure to account for how the
   department will staff its existing offerings when the program is instituted. Proposals
   for new programs that draw full-time faculty away from established programs are not
   viewed favorably.

7) Cost Assessment: While all new programs incur expenditures, it is expected that they will
   also generate revenue. A new program’s financial impact on its college is often gauged by
   comparing the anticipated costs with the anticipated revenue. Each LOI should include a
   table showing the anticipated cumulative costs and anticipated revenues for the new
   program during the program’s first five years. Provide a narrative to accompany this table
   that indicates the source of funding to pay for the costs, including the reallocation of funds.
   Explain how the college will ensure that these funds remain available for at least the first
   five years of the program’s existence.




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Procedure

Once the LOI has been approved by the appropriate College governance body, the following
steps must be taken:

   1. Three hard copies of the document along with an electronic copy must be submitted with
      a cover letter signed by the President of the College, addressed to the Executive Vice
      Chancellor for Academic Affairs and University Provost (EVCP), with a copy to the
      University Director of Program Review, Articulation and Transfer.

   2. The LOI will be acknowledged and circulated to the Presidents of the CUNY colleges
      with a request for written comments to be returned to the OAA within 30 days (except
      during summer session or intersession). The Presidents should also send copies of their
      comments directly to the President who submitted the LOI.

   3. Graduate program development includes a review by the Graduate Advisory Council
      (GAC). Chaired by the Provost of the Graduate School and University Center, the GAC
      is comprised of the deans of graduate studies or other appropriate administrators from the
      University’s colleges that offer graduate-level programs. The Council’s purpose is
      advisory only; it has no authority to approve or disapprove program proposals. GAC will
      review draft proposals only after the LOI has been approved by the EVCP following the
      circulation to the campuses. (Please note that Letters of Intent for doctoral programs
      require a further level of review at this stage. They are presented to CAPPR and
      then to the full Board for approval.)

   4. The University Director of Program Review, Articulation and Transfer and other
      appropriate OAA staff will review all comments from the colleges and consult with the
      EVCP concerning the proposed program. In certain circumstances an outside review may
      be solicited.

   5. When all reviews are completed, the EVCP will send a formal response to the President
      either authorizing the College to proceed with the development of the program proposal
      or requesting further information and discussion.

   6. In order to facilitate the development of the proposal, the Provost and appropriate faculty
      may be invited to meet with members of the OAA staff. Full proposals must be received
      within two years from the date of the letter authorizing the college to proceed with the
      development of the proposal. After two years, the EVCP may request that a new LOI be
      circulated if the College wishes to proceed with the program.




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D. The Proposal

Approval of the LOI authorizes the college to proceed with the development of a comprehensive
proposal. As noted above, the College has two years following the approval of the LOI in which
to develop the proposal and may, at any point during this period, consult with OAA staff.
Experience suggests that almost all proposals require some discussion with OAA before
submission and some revision before they are ready for presentation to the Board of Trustees.
Generally, the proposal addresses the same issues as those outlined in the LOI, but in greater
detail and with documentation. The final proposal should not exceed 25 pages, excluding
appendices. A checklist reviewing the proposal components can be found in Section IV of this
Handbook.

The audience for the proposal includes: the Executive Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs and
University Provost; the Associate University Provost; the University Director of Program
Review, Articulation and Transfer; staff members of the Office of Academic Affairs; staff
members of the University Budget Office; the members of the Board Committee on Academic
Policy, Program and Research; and ultimately, staff at the New York State Education
Department. Thus, the document should provide a comprehensive justification for implementing
a new academic program at the University and must delineate a plan that is carefully focused and
well-defined in terms of the College’s and the University’s needs and goals.

Contents of the Final Proposal

The proposal’s title page must include:

    the college name;
    the name of the department(s) sponsoring the program;
    the official name of the program;
    the degree or certificate to be awarded;
    the anticipated date for implementation of the program;
    the date of College governance approval (please include as well the name of the appropriate
     governance body);
    the signature of the Chief Academic Officer, which certifies the date of College governance
     approval; and
    the name, title, telephone and fax numbers, and e-mail address for the proposal’s chief
     contact person.

Please consult Section VI of this Handbook for an OAA template of a sample title page.

The proposal’s second page should comprise the table of contents, indicating the narrative
portion of the proposal as well as the appendices. All pages must be sequentially numbered
throughout. The program proposal is going to be reviewed by many parties. It should be
presented in a way that facilitates finding key elements. Please consult Section VI of this
Handbook for an OAA template of a sample table of contents, including a model for presenting
documentation in appendices.

An abstract of the proposal (approximately 250 words) must also be included, and will inform
the resolution presented to the Board for approval.


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Main components of the narrative should follow this outline:

   1. Purpose and Goals: Begin this section with a clear statement of the program’s purpose.
      Include an explicit statement of how the program meets students’ educational goals and
      career objectives. Also describe national or local educational trends, and discuss the
      faculty’s expertise and commitment. Address the effect the establishment of the proposed
      program will have on the college; the relationship of the program to the mission of the
      college (specifically, the program’s relationship to the college’s priorities); and the extent
      to which the proposed program complements existing programs at the college. The
      potential quality of the proposed program in relation to comparable programs within and
      outside CUNY should be discussed as well.

   2. Need and Justification: In the first part of this section, the proposal should consider the
      needs of the students, the college, and the community. Will the program, for example,
      contribute to specific state and societal needs? For proposals with professional or
      vocational orientation, please discuss employment opportunities and include specific job
      titles with salary ranges. Any relevant local demand for individuals possessing the
      knowledge, skills, and credentials conferred by the program may also be referenced. As
      future employment is a goal of most of our students, inclusion of similar information is
      encouraged for liberal arts programs. Inclusion of this information will be considered as
      strengthening the proposal. In the absence of such information for liberal arts programs,
      information indicating student demand for the curriculum should be included, along with
      letters of support from graduate or professional programs for which the proposed
      curriculum would prepare students. The more specific the information that documents
      the need and employment prospects for graduates of the proposed program, the
      more credible the proposal will be. Brief excerpts from articles and letters may be cited.
      Letters of support from prospective employers or experts may be included in an
      appendix. The second part of this section should reference similar programs that already
      exist at CUNY and at other local colleges. Any issues of overlap and duplication must be
      addressed straightforwardly. Duplication concerns from fellow CUNY colleges should
      be resolved before the final proposal is presented.

   3. Student Interest/Enrollment: What is the present and projected student demand? A
      numerical table projecting enrollments, both full and part-time, for the first five years of
      the program’s existence must be included (see page 71). State clearly the underlying
      assumptions about sources of potential students that led to these projections. Indicate the
      anticipated rate of attrition and state the underlying assumptions for this conclusion.
      Sources for projected students should be described in specific terms, with special
      attention to programs on the campus and at nearby units of CUNY that might send
      students to the program. Standards required of students seeking admission to the
      program must be spelled out in detail. Also include: the selection process for admitting
      students; arrangements for advising and counseling students; and any special support
      services that will encourage timely completion of the program.

   4. Curriculum: In your narrative, provide an overview of the curriculum and statement of
      the intellectual rationale for the proposed curricular design. Articulate which courses are
      required; which concentrations, if any, are available; the type of electives; the number of
      credits for each course; the total number of credits in the program and any non-course
      requirements such as a thesis; comprehensive or language exam or clinical experience.

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If an undergraduate program requires more than 60/120 credits, a waiver must be requested of
the Executive Vice Chancellor. Using the required SED form in Section VI of this handbook,
provide a sample semester-by-semester sequence of a typical program.             Complete course
descriptions for all courses required in the major and complete course syllabi for all new courses
must be included as noted in the OAA template for the Table of Contents.

The second part of this section must address the articulation needs of the proposed program
(please consult Section II of this Handbook for guidelines on preparing CUNY articulation
agreements). The discussions begun before the drafting of the Letter of Intent should have
resulted in one or more articulation agreements, at least one of which should be with another
CUNY college. Describe these articulation agreements in this section. Copies of completed and
signed articulation agreements must be included in an appendix.

5) Cost Assessment: Because a comprehensive assessment is needed to delineate all anticipated
costs, it is suggested that these be addressed in separate categories as follows:

           A. FACULTY: Briefly summarize the qualifications of available full-time faculty who
              will teach the required courses for the proposed program and indicate which
              courses can be taught by each faculty member. Complete the required SED form,
              a copy of which is included in this Handbook. Specify the number of new full-
              time faculty that will be needed to offer the program. In addition, indicate
              whether adjuncts are needed to teach the proposed program and justify the use of
              adjuncts rather than full-time faculty. Please note that reliance on adjuncts for
              staffing new programs is strongly discouraged. It is also important to recognize
              that the use of existing full-time faculty to teach in the new program will affect
              existing programs. Explain how full-time faculty who will teach in the new
              program will be replaced in existing programs. Are there any replacement costs
              for full-time faculty or any release time needs, such as for a Program Director?
              Indicate any other support staff such as College Laboratory Technicians, College
              Assistants, etc. needed to offer the proposed program and justify the need for
              hiring such persons. Curricula Vitae of faculty who will teach in the program
              should be available upon request and no longer need to be included in an
              appendix.

           B. FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT: It will be necessary to consult with the college’s
              Vice President for Finance and Administration to accurately prepare this segment
              of the proposal. Describe any special space needs for the program, including the
              availability of computer centers or laboratories. If space will have to be added,
              leased, or renovated, estimate the costs of providing and maintaining such space
              and indicate the source of funding. Any special equipment needed to offer the
              program must be listed with estimated costs and funding sources.

           C. LIBRARY AND INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS: It will be necessary to consult with
              the College’s Chief Librarian to accurately prepare this segment of the proposal.
                 Describe the library resources presently available to support the proposed
                 program and then discuss any additional library needs that the program will
                 create. Estimate the total annual costs for upgrading library support to offer the
                 program. Address any needs for other instructional materials such as computer
                 software, audio-visual materials, and subscription database.



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          D. BUDGET TABLES: Spreadsheets outlining the proposed program expenditures and
             revenues must be included. There are separate Revenue tables for senior colleges
             and community colleges. Copies of the tables can be found in section VI. Please
             note that "Revenues" cannot be left as "zero" or "not applicable." Revenues are
             calculated on the basis of student enrollment, taking into account tuition and state
             allocation.

6) Evaluation:

          A. INTERNAL EVALUATION AND OUTCOMES: Explain how the quality of the proposed
             program will be monitored during the first five years of the program’s existence.
             Include a discussion of the desired outcomes for students and for the program.
             Indicate the measures that will be used to assess these outcomes. State the criteria
             that will be examined, such as student achievement of specific educational goals,
             placement of graduates, and faculty performance. Specify which departmental and
             college officials will participate in the process.

          B. EXTERNAL EVALUATION: This section is only required of all graduate program
             proposals. The SED mandates that all new master’s degree programs be evaluated
             by one expert in the subject area who is from a college or university outside the New
             York metropolitan area. New doctoral programs need two evaluations from outside
             experts in the field. CUNY, however, requires two outside evaluations for both
             new master’s and new doctoral programs. In addition, all new graduate programs
             except programs in Education are reviewed by the GAC. In special circumstances,
             the EVCP may solicit an outside evaluation for an undergraduate program. The
             evaluators’ names, positions, and institutional affiliations should be identified in this
             section. The Evaluation report form is located on page 121.

  7) Procedure

          A. Like the LOI, the full proposal must be approved by appropriate college governance
             bodies. This includes approvals of any new courses required to launch the program.
             Four copies of the proposal, with a cover letter from the college President or Provost,
             should then be forwarded to the EVCP, with a copy to the University Director of
             Program Review, Articulation and Transfer. Receipt of the proposal will be
             acknowledged promptly.

          B. The proposal will be reviewed by appropriate staff in the OAA. Usually, this review
             is completed within 30 business days, and any issues or concerns that require
             clarification are communicated to the college in an expeditious manner.

          C. After any necessary revisions have been completed, the OAA staff returns the final
             proposal to the EVCP with a recommendation that it be presented to CAPPR for
             approval. Please Note: Colleges should not expect new draft proposals submitted
             shortly before the CAPPR deadline to be included on the agenda for the next meeting.
             In most cases, this is unrealistic. Colleges should allow sufficient time for the OAA to
             review the proposal carefully and for the colleges to implement any necessary
             revisions. The OAA will not recommend to the EVCP any proposals deemed
             incomplete or unfinished.

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  Should there be special reasons for concern about a proposal being ready in time for a particular
  CAPPR meeting the proposing college should consult with the OAA staff as early as possible in
  the process. The EVCP will make the final decision as to whether to recommend the proposal to
  CAPPR. The college will be notified in writing when the proposal is placed on the CAPPR
  agenda. At that time the college will be responsible for providing 55 hard copies of the final
  version (double-sided and stapled but not bound) along with an electronic version. OAA staff
  will notify the college when to send these copies. (The number of paper copies needed may be
  reduced in the future as a digitized distribution is implemented).

          D. The President and/or Chief Academic Officer will be expected to attend the
             CAPPR meeting during which the EVCP presents the proposal and should be
             prepared to answer any questions that may arise. Faculty involved with the
             proposal may accompany the President/Provost and may also answer questions.

          E. If CAPPR approves the proposal, a resolution incorporating that approval is
             placed on the calendar for the next Board of Trustees meeting. Once the Board
             has approved the program, the EVCP sends a copy of the proposal with a letter
             requesting registration of the program to the State Education Department.

          F. The Regents of the State of New York have the legal responsibility to direct and
             coordinate the development of the post-secondary education system of the state.
             The SED is the administrative agent of the Regents and is responsible for
             educational planning and program registration in compliance with established
             State statutes, Regents’ Rules, and the Regulations of the Commissioner of
             Education. The SED review may take from three to six months or more, although
             in many cases this process takes less time. During its review the SED may
             request further information and, if this occurs, the College will be notified
             accordingly.

          G. Section 52.1 of the Commissioner’s Regulations, issued under the authority of
             section 207 of the Education Law, requires that every curriculum in institutions of
             post-secondary education be registered. New programs may not be advertised
             nor enroll students until the College has received notification of registration
             from the State Education Department. At registration, the SED will assign each
             new program a unique five-digit NYSED program code and will add the program
             to the State Inventory of Registered Degree Programs. SED will also assign the
             official Higher Education General Information Survey (HEGIS) code. A HEGIS
             code refers to a program’s academic area and does not uniquely identify a
             program. The proposing college may suggest a proper HEGIS code but final
             assigning authority rests with SED. The list of correct HEGIS codes is available
             on page 63.
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      II. Preparation of Articulation Agreements
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                   II. THE CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
                  PREPARATION OF ARTICULATION AGREEMENTS


A. Introduction

Formal articulation agreements are common practice among colleges and universities in the
United States. They facilitate the smooth passage of students from one college to another by:
(1) detailing the course of study to be followed in order to transfer into a specific program; (2)
ensuring the maximum number of credits upon transfer; and (3) spelling out the conditions under
which transfer may take place. In addition, formal articulation assists faculty and administrators
in establishing and maintaining communication, as well as sustaining an ongoing working
relationship on behalf of the many students who transfer from one college to another each year.

The Board of Trustees’ 1993 Policy on Academic Program Planning contains two resolutions
that emphasize the importance of articulation. The first reaffirms the importance of inter-college
collaboration in offering academic programs and calls upon the colleges to pursue college-to-
college articulation agreements. The second reaffirms the importance of strong and effective
University-wide policies and procedures regarding articulation in order to ensure the maximum
transfer of credits. Also please note, The State Education Department now requires articulation
agreements for all transfer programs, (A.A., A.S.). Articulation agreements should conform to
the relevant Board policies on transfer of credit. These are: 1973 Policy on A.A.S. Transfer;
1985 Policy on the Transfer of Liberal Arts and Science Courses (also administrative Guidelines
for the 1985 Policy); 1993 on Academic Program Planning; and the 1995 Policy on Degree
Credit Limitation. Generally, the more specific the agreement, the more useful it is for both the
students and the institutions.

A sample for faculty consideration is provided in Section VI.D of this Handbook. The list of
elements and the model format were derived from common elements in existing CUNY
articulation agreements. They are not intended to limit the scope of the agreements, but rather to
assist in their preparation.
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B. New Program Articulation: Different Degree Programs

The sole purpose of an articulation agreement is to guarantee students that all of their completed
course work will transfer. Within CUNY there is also a Board Policy of a 60/120 degree credit
limit, respectively, for associate and baccalaureate programs. Therefore, colleges should strive to
facilitate a seamless transfer from one program to another with no loss of credit and the optimal
course-by-course equivalency should be obtained. While this may require some effort, it will
lead to improving curricula and will ultimately benefit students. Granting electives credits should
be done only when all course equivalencies have been exhausted. This practice should be limited
to one or two course. Colleges are encouraged to begin articulation discussions at the earliest
stages of new program development.

The guidelines below for the submission of articulation agreements with new program proposals
reflect these considerations, within the framework of Board policies:

Undergraduate Liberal Arts and Science Programs (A.A., A.S., B.A., and B.S.): At least
one CUNY articulation agreement must be included in each new program proposal. Additional
CUNY agreements are encouraged. Agreements with a non-CUNY institution are also
encouraged.

Undergraduate Professional Programs: At least one CUNY articulation agreement must be
included in new program proposals. Professional programs that must meet certification or
accreditation requirements may not be able to articulate seamlessly. These programs should,
however, negotiate ―best fit‖ agreements that ensure a maximum number of transfer credits
toward the degree.

Occupational and Career-Specific A.A.S. Programs: At least one CUNY articulation
agreement must be included in A.A.S. new program proposals that have parallel or related
programs at the senior colleges.

Graduate Programs: In general, graduate programs are not required to submit articulation
agreements with new program proposals. Exceptions are: (1) doctoral programs that are
integrally linked to master’s programs either through accreditation requirements or because they
grant transfer credit for master’s or doctoral-level work completed in the master’s programs and,
(2) master’s programs that are integrally linked to undergraduate programs.
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C. Developing Articulation Agreements

1. Letter of Intent
Discussions regarding the articulation of the proposed program with other CUNY institutions
should have begun prior to drafting the Letter of Intent. The LOI’s Curriculum section should
contain a brief statement of the intent to articulate the proposed program with at least one CUNY
program, and should report on progress to date, if negotiations have begun. The CUNY College,
department and program with which the formal articulation agreement(s) will be negotiated
should be named. Non-CUNY prospects for articulation may also be identified.

2. Proposal
The Curriculum section of the proposal should summarize the articulation agreement(s). Please
append the actual agreement(s) to the proposal.

Minimally, articulation agreements should address the following areas:

      Names of articulating institutions, degrees, programs and departments affected by the
       agreement;
      Program admission requirements of receiving college, such as minimum GPA,
       auditions/portfolios, etc.;
      Total transfer credits granted toward the baccalaureate degree;
      Total additional credits required at the senior college to complete baccalaureate degree;
      List of lower division courses and credits, including general education and prerequisite
       requirements. Include course-to-course equivalency information (with transfer credit
       granted.)
      List of upper division courses (prerequisite and major courses as well as remaining
       general education requirements, with credits) for completion of the baccalaureate degree;
      Procedures for reviewing, updating, modifying or terminating the agreement (generally,
       this will occur when the programs undergo regular, periodic program reviews):
      Procedures for evaluating the agreement, e.g., tracking the number of students who
       transfer under the agreement and their success (generally, this will form part of outcomes
       assessment for the programs, departments, or college);
      Procedures developed by both sending and receiving colleges for publicizing agreements,
       (e.g., college catalog, transfer advisors, Websites);
      Effective date of the agreement; and
      Dated signatures of Department Chairpersons and Chief Academic Officers.
                                                           SAMPLE
Proposal for B.A. Degree in Gender Studies

Appendix N: Articulation Agreement with Hostos Community College

               ARTICULATION AGREEMENT FORM
College of Agreement Initiation: John Jay College of Criminal Justice

A. SENDING AND RECEIVING INSTITUTIONS

       Sending College: Hostos Community College
       Department: English
       Program: Women’s Studies
       Degree: A.A.

      Receiving College: John Jay College of Criminal Justice
      Department: N/A
      Program: Gender Studies
      Degree: B.A.
______________________________________________________________________________


B. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR SENIOR COLLEGE PROGRAM
   (e.g., minimum GPA, audition/portfolio)

      2.0 overall GPA – per A.A.S./A.S./A.A. graduation requirement.
      Grade of C or better in a credit-bearing mathematics course worth three or more credits*
      Grade of C or better in freshman composition, its equivalent, or a higher-level English
       course*

*(Effective 10/1/08, per University policy)


Total transfer credits granted toward the baccalaureate degree: 60

Total additional credits required at the senior college to complete baccalaureate degree: 60
         C. COURSE TO COURSE EQUIVALENCIES AND TRANSFER CREDIT AWARDED

                                                                 Receiving College Equivalent          Credit
                   Sending College
                                                                    (Or Other Evaluation)             Granted
Course & Title                           Cr.     Course & Title                                 Cr.
                               General Education Requirements
English 110 Expository Writing           3       ENG 101 College Composition I                  3        3
English 111 Literature and Composition   3       ENG 201 College Composition II                 3        3
       (choose ONE 2-course pairing):           8                                               8        8
BIO 110 Principles of Biology
BIO 120 Plants and Society
(or)
BIO 130 Organismic Biology
                      or
BIO 210 General Biology I
BIO 220 General Biology II
                      or
BIO 230 Anatomy and Physiology I
BIO 240 Anatomy and Physiology II
                                                       Natural Science Electives
                      or
CHE 210 General Chemistry I
CHE 220 General Chemistry II
                      or
ENV 110 Environmental Science I
ENV 120 Environmental Science II
                      or
PHY 110 Physics I
PHY 120 Physics II
(or)
PHY 210 General Physics
PHY 220 General Physics II
                (choose ONE):                   3                   (choose ONE):               3        3
  HIS 201 World History to 1500                         HIS 231 The Origins of the
  HIS 202 Modern World History                        Contemporary world
                                                        HIS E086 History Elective
               (choose ONE):                                         (choose ONE):                     3+1
   MAT 100 Introduction College Mathematics    3       MAT 105 Modern Mathematics             3
   MAT 120 Intro to Probability & Statistics   3       STA 250 Principles and Methods of      3
   MAT 160 Pre Calculus                        4               Statistics
   MAT 210 Calculus I
                                                4       MAT 105 Modern Mathematics             3+1
                                                        MAT 241 Calculus I                     3+1
Physical Education Elective                     1      Physical Education Elective              1        1
    SUBTOTAL            21-22                                                          SUBTOTAL        21-22
                                Cluster Requirements (choose ONE cluster)
             Cluster I:
                                                                                                        18
 MAT 130 Computer Literacy                     3        CLT 101 Computer Literacy             3
 HLT or EDU                                           Humanities Elective                 3
 HUM or PHI or BLS or                        3
LAC or VPA or SPA or FRE or, ITA              6-8
 Behavioral & Social Sciences Elective       3
 English Elective                            3        Foreign Language Electives          6
                                                       Social Sciences Electives           3
                                                                                            3
                                                       English Elective
                   Cluster II:
   Modern Languages Electives                6-8
                                                         Foreign Language Electives        6
   English Elective                                     English Electives                         18
                                              3                                             3
   Humanities Electives                      6          Fine Arts Electives               6
   Behavioral and Social Sciences Elective   3          Social Sciences Electives         3
                  Cluster III:
 Behavioral and Social Sciences Elective     9        English Electives                   9       18
 Health or Education Elective                3        Social Sciences Electives           3
 Humanities Electives                        6-8      Humanities Electives                6
                Cluster IV:
 Behavioral and Social Sciences Elective     9        Social Sciences Electives           9       18
 English or Spanish Literature               3        Literature Electives                3
 Humanities Electives                        6-8      Humanities Electives                6
 SUBTOTAL                18                                                             SUBTOTAL      18
Free electives                                8-9     (blanket)                             8-9     8-9
SUBTOTAL              8-9                                                              SUBTOTAL     8-9
            Electives & Options / Specific Program Requirements (Including Prerequisites)
PSY 140 Psychology of Women                   3       PSY 228 Psychology and Women          3       3
ENG 223 Women in Literature                   3       LIT 316 Gender and Identity in        3       3
                                                      Literary Traditions
Gender Studies electives                      6       Gender Studies Electives              6       6
SUBTOTAL            12                                                                 SUBTOTAL     12
TOTAL = 60                                                                                  TOTAL = 60
D. SENIOR COLLEGE UPPER DIVISION COURSES REMAINING FOR BACCALAUREATE DEGREE

                     Course and Title                                   Credits
               General Education (Liberal arts, Core, Distribution) and other Required Courses

Foreign Language (Only required of students who did                                     6
not complete 6 credits of foreign language at Hostos
or are not exempt based on documented proficiency as
described in the John Jay catalogue [p. 3])
                                          Subtotal                                       6
                                           Prerequisite and Major Courses
GEN 101 Intro to Gender Studies                                                         3
GEN 2XX Gender and Institutions of Justice                                              3
GEN 2YY Gender and Science                                                              3
HIS 3XX History of Gender and Sexuality                                                 3
GEN 3YY Theories of Gender and Sexuality                                                3
                  (choose one):                                                         3
 SSC 325 Research methods in the Behavioral
Sciences
 HJS 315 Research Methods in the Humanities
GEN 401 Senior Seminar in Gender Studies                                                3
Gender Studies Area Electives                                                           9*
                                     Subtotal                                           30
                                                           Electives
Liberal Arts & Sciences Electives                                                      18
Free Electives                                                                        6-12
                                         Subtotal                                     24-30
                                         TOTAL                                         60
* One of these electives must satisfy the ―U.S. and/or Global Ethnic/Racial Gender and Sexual Diversity‖ requirement.

E. ARTICULATION AGREEMENT FOLLOW-UP PROCEDURES

    1. Procedures for reviewing, up-dating, modifying or terminating agreement:


    2. Procedures for evaluating agreement, i.e., tracking the number of students who
       transfer under the articulation agreement and their success:


    3. Sending and receiving college procedures for publicizing agreement, e.g., college
       catalogs, transfer advisers, Websites, etc.:
    G.       ASSOCIATE IN APPLIED DEGREE IN GENDER STUDIES FROM HOSTOS
                       (semester by semester example using Cluster I)
Hostos                     Cr     John Jay                 Cr
First Semester
English 110 Expository     3      ENG 101 College          3
Writing                           Composition I
         (choose ONE):           3            (choose ONE):          3
 HIS 201 World History to                HIS 231 The Origins of
       1500                                       the
 HIS 202 Modern World                       Contemporary world
       History                             HIS E086 History
                                                  Elective
         (choose ONE):                         (choose ONE):
 MAT 100 Introduction           3         MAT 105 Modern           3
     College Mathematics         3                Mathematics        3
 MAT 120 Intro to               4         STA 250 Principles
     Probability &               4                and Methods of     3+1
     Statistics                                   Statistics         3+1
 MAT 160 Pre Calculus                     MAT 105 Modern
 MAT 210 Calculus I                              Mathematics
                                           MAT 241 Calculus I
HLT or EDU                       3       Humanities Elective         3
Free Electives                   3       Free Electives              3
(subtotal)                       15-16   (subtotal)                  15-16

Second Semester
English 111 Literature and       3       ENG 201 College             3
Composition                              Composition II
PSY 140 Psychology of            3       PSY 228 Psychology and      3
Women                                    Women
Free Electives                   3       Free Electives              3
Physical Education Elective      1       Physical Education          1
                                         Elective
MAT 130 Computer Literacy        3       CLT 101 Computer            3
                                         Literacy
Foreign Language Electives       3       Foreign Language            3
                                         Electives
(subtotal)                       16      (subtotal)                  16

Third Semester
ENG 223 Women in Literature 3            LIT 316 Gender and          3
                                         Identity in
                                         Literary Traditions
Foreign Language Electives       3       Foreign Language            3
                                         Electives
Free Electives                   4-5     Free Electives              4-5
 (choose First level of ONE 2-   4                                   4
       course pairing):
BIO I
or                                       Natural Science Electives
CHE 210 General Chemistry I
or
ENV I
or
        PHY I

        (subtotal)                         14-15        Subtotal                    14-15

        Fourth Semester
        Free Electives                     4            Free Electives              4
         (choose Second level of the 2-    4            Natural Science Electives   4
                course pairing)
        BIO II or
        CHE 220 General II
        or
        ENV II
        or
        PHY II

        Behavioral & Social Sciences       3            Social Sciences Electives   3
        Elective
        English Elective                   3            English Elective            3
        (subtotal)                         14                                       14
        Total                              60                                       60



John Jay General Education Requirements            6
Remaining Core Requirements in Major               30
John Jay Electives                                 24

Total Credits to be earned at John Jay College: 60
                                  Total Credits to be earned at Hostos:             60_
                                  Total Credits required for B.A. degree:           120
   Effective Date: Fall 2009




________________________________________       _________________________________________
Dr. Lucinda R. Zoe,                            Dr. Jane P. Bowers,
Interim Provost and Vice-President             Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs
of Academic Affairs




____________________________________________   _____________________________________________
Dr. Diana Díaz,                                Dr. Allison Pease,
Chair, English Department                      Program Director, Gender Studies




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                               III.


                   SPECIAL APPROVAL PROCEDURES




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                               A.


                   Teacher Education Programs




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                          III.   APPROVAL PROCEDURES FOR TEACHER
                                     EDUCATION PROGRAMS



1. As per the existing agreement, Trans B (Now called Alternative B) Teacher Preparation programs (e.g.,
   Teaching Fellows programs) are approved via the Chancellor’s University Report (CUR), rather than via the
   proposal process described earlier in this Handbook. Colleges must submit a resolution requesting approval
   of the program as part of their CUR (Section AI: Special Actions). Before submitting a resolution, colleges
   should complete the New York State Education Department (SED) forms specific to the type of program
   (forms may be found under http://www.highered.nysed.gov/ocue/aipr/register.html and forward them to
   the CUNY Office of Academic Affairs (OAA), with a cover letter referring to the CUR month and item
   number. Materials must include these references in order to be processed. The OAA promptly sends
   registration requests to SED after the Board of Trustees has approved the CUR. Please do not send
   materials directly to SED, as they will not be processed.

2. In exceptional cases, proposals for registering new programs that are essentially modifications of an existing
   program (and that do not change core academic content), may also be approved more expeditiously via the
   CUR. The submission must include a clear indication of the existing program’s five-digit SED registration
   code and the type of registration action required. Colleges should consult with OAA before proceeding with
   a proposal in such cases.

3. Other graduate programs leading to classroom teacher certification follow the standard approval process
   outlined in this Handbook, including:

       a. circulating a Letter of Intent (LOI) to campuses for 30 days;
       b. preparing a full proposal; and
       c. submitting the proposal to the Committee on Academic Policy, Program and Research (CAPPR) for
          approval and subsequently forwarding for approval by the full Board of Trustees.

   Proposals for these programs also require appropriate SED forms (http://www.highered.nysed.gov/ocue/
   aipr/register.html), as well as tables on projected expenses and revenue (templates found in this
   Handbook). For graduate Teacher Education programs, SED must approve external evaluators in advance.
   In cases where SED does not require external evaluation, OAA will not request one either. Colleges should
   consult with OAA as to whether SED will expect an external proposal evaluation.
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                           B.


                   Certificate Programs
      Faculty Handbook                                                                         19



      NYSED’s Guidance on Certificate and Advanced Certificate Program Proposals
Question:   What is a Certificate?

Answer:     A Certificate program is defined under the Regulations of the Commissioner of
            Education under §50.1(j):
            ―Certificate means a credential issued by an institution in recognition of the completion
            of a curriculum other than one leading to a degree.‖


Question:   What is an Advanced Certificate?

Answer:     An Advanced Certificate is a Certificate program composed of graduate level courses.


Question:   How do we submit a Certificate or Advanced Certificate program for registration?

Answer:     Please use the attached proposal form or access the form electronically at
            http://www.highered.nysed.gov/ocue/programregistrationprocedures.htm in addition to
            placing it as an item in the Chancellor’s University Report.



Question:   We would like to submit a proposal for a Certificate program in distance education
            format. Is additional information needed for this format?

Answer:     Yes, you would use the proposal forms and provide the information for the distance
            education format found at
            http://www.highered.nysed.gov/ocue/ded/individualprogramproposal.htm


Question:   We do not currently have a registered program under the HEGIS code for the proposed
            Certificate program. Is master plan amendment required?

Answer:     No. Certificate programs do not require master plan amendment.


Question:   We have a registered Certificate program under a specific HEGIS code but we do not
            offer a registered degree program under that code. Is master plan amendment required
            for a new degree program in this HEGIS area?

Answer:     Yes. A proposal for a program leading to a degree under a HEGIS code for which the
            institution has a Certificate program but does not have a registered degree must
            undergo the master planning process.
Question:    Must all credit hours in a Certificate program be applicable to one specific degree
             program?

Answer:     Each credit-bearing course in a Certificate program must be applicable to one or more
            degree programs, either as part of the major, liberal arts and sciences, or as a general
            elective.
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Question:   We discontinued a certificate program but now find the program is in an area with
            positive employment prospects. Does the College need to submit the program as a
            proposal for a new program?

Answer:      If a college or university has discontinued a certificate program, OCUE can reinstate the
             program upon receipt of a letter containing the following: a request to reinstate the
             program; a statement that the curriculum has not changed since the discontinuance;
             and a listing of current faculty for the program.


Question:    The curriculum has changed in the discontinued Certificate program. How can this
             program be reinstated?

Answer:      The program can be reinstated with a request to do so and submission of a curriculum
             change proposal, found on our website at
             http://www.highered.nysed.gov/ocue/programregistrationprocedures.htm


Question:    Can Certificate or Advanced Certificate programs be offered in their entirety at an
             extension site or an extension center?

Answer:      Registered Certificate and Advanced Certificate programs of less than 24 credit hours
             may be offered in their entirety at extension locations.


Question:    Can Certificate or Advanced Certificate programs be offered in their entirety at a
             business site when all enrolled students are employees of that business?

Answer:      Permission of the Commissioner of Education may be sought to offer a registered
             Certificate or Advanced Certificate in its entirety at the site of a business when all
             students are employees of that business, regardless of the number of credits of the
             Certificate or Advanced Certificate. Permission may be sought by submission of a letter
             stating the registered program title, where the program will be offered, and confirming
             that all students enrolled in the program will be employees of that business entity.


Question:    When can advertising and enrollment of students begin for the ―Expedited‖ Certificate
             programs?

Answer:      Enrollment and advertising of the program may commence as soon as the program
             appears on the public IRP found on our website at
             http://www.highered.nysed.gov/ocue/irp
Question:    Do all colleges use the same proposal forms?

Answer:     Proprietary and Independent Colleges use the proposal forms on OCUE’s website as
            indicated in CEO Memo 09-01. College and universities that are part of the State
            University of New York System (SUNY) and the City University of New York (CUNY)
            must submit proposals in the format prescribed by the respective system administration.
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Question:    Do non-credit Certificate programs require registration?

Answer:      No, only non-credit Certificate programs offered by Proprietary Colleges require
             registration, pursuant to §5 2.1(a)(4) as follows: ―every curriculum leading to a
             certificate or diploma offered by a nonchartered proprietary institution authorized by the
             Regents to grant degrees, except noncredit curricula approved by another State agency
             for the purpose of licensure by that agency.‖


Question:    Are credit-bearing Certificate and Advanced Certificate programs eligible for State
             financial aid?

Answer:      A financial aid designation is made for each registered program based on the guidelines
             below. This designation provides that students enrolled in such a program would be
             eligible to receive financial aid as determined by the designations. Please refer to the
             following eligibility guidelines:
http://www.highered.nysed.gov/ocue/news/exprew.html

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                  CERTIFICATE PROGRAM ELIGIBILITY FOR NYS FINANCIAL AID

                                                                    TAP        APTS       VVTA

Full-Time Programs                                                 YES   NO   YES   NO   YES   NO

Undergraduate Certificate Programs—24 Or More Credits              X          X          X

Undergraduate Certificate Programs—Fewer Than 24 Cr; At Least 12          X         X    X

Graduate Certificate Programs—24 Or More Credits                   X                X    X

Graduate Certificate Programs—Fewer Than 24 Cr; At Least 12               X         X    X

Part-Time Programs

Undergraduate Certificate Programs—24 Or More Credits                     X   X          X

Undergraduate Certificate Programs—Fewer Than 24 Cr; At Least 12          X         X    X

Graduate Certificate Programs—At Least 24 Credits                         X         X    X

Graduate Certificate Programs—Fewer Than 24 Cr; At Least 12               X         X    X

TAP – NYS Tuition Assistance Program
APTS – NYS Aid for Part-Time Students
VVTA – Vietnam Veteran’s Tuition Assistance




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               THE STATE EDUCATION DEPARTMENT / THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK /
            ALBANY, NY 12234


                  Expedited Application for Registration
    of a New Certificate or Advanced Certificate Program

This application is for New York degree-granting institutions seeking to register a new Certificate or Advanced Certificate
program. Please download and save this file, enter the requested information, and submit to the State Education Department.
Note that public institutions should use the appropriate SUNY/CUNY proposal submission forms in lieu of the
attached forms and submit proposals to SUNY/CUNY Central Administration. The expedited review option is not
available to programs intended to prepare candidates for teacher certification or professional licensure.
Item                    Response (type in the requested information)
Program type            __       Certificate
Check program
                        __       Advanced Certificate
type
Institution name
and address
                        Additional information:
                         Specify campus where program will be offered, if other than the main campus:
                         If any courses will be offered off campus, indicate the location and number of courses and credits:
Program title,          Program title:
credits, and            Credits:
proposed HEGIS          Proposed HEGIS code:
code

Program format          Check all program scheduling and format features that apply:                         (See definitions)
                        i)       Format: Day                      Evening                   Weekend            Evening/Weekend
                                                       Not Full-Time
                         ii)     Mode:      Standard              Independent Study        External              Accelerated
                                                                     _ Distance Education*
                        iii)     Other:     Bilingual             Language Other Than English
                        *If distance education, please also see      www.highered.nysed.gov/ocue/ded/individualprogramproposal.htm.
Related degree          Indicate the registered degree program(s) by title, award and five-digit SED code to which the credits will
program(s)              apply:
Contact person for Name and title:
this proposal
                   Telephone:                                           Fax:                                 E-mail:
CEO (or designee) Name and title:
approval
                  Signature and date:
Signature affirms
                        If the program will be registered jointly1 with another institution, provide the following information:
the institution’s
commitment to
support the             Partner institution’s name:


1
    If the partner institution is non-degree-granting, see CEO Memo 94-04 at www.highered.nysed.gov/ocue/ceo94-04.htm.
proposed program.    Name and title of partner institution’s CEO:
                     Signature of partner institution’s CEO:

Please enter the requested information about the proposed program. Answer rows will expand as needed when
information is entered.
1. Program Description and Purpose
    a) Provide a brief description of the program as it will appear in the institution’s catalog.
Answer:
    b) List educational and (if appropriate) career objectives.
Answer:
    c) How does the program relate to the institution’s mission and/or master plan?
Answer:
    d) Describe the role of faculty in the program’s design.
Answer:
    e) Describe the input by external partners, if any (e.g., employers and institutions offering further education).
Answer:
    f) What are the anticipated Year 1 through Year 5 enrollments?
Answer:
2. Sample Program Schedule
Complete the sample program schedule (Table 1) for the first full cycle of the program (e.g., two semesters for a
traditional 24 credit-hour Certificate program).
 If the program will be offered through a nontraditional schedule, provide a brief explanation of the schedule,
    including its impact on financial aid eligibility.
 For existing courses, submit a copy of the catalog description. Provide syllabi for all new courses. Syllabi should include
    a course description and identify course credit, objectives, topics, student outcomes, texts/resources, and the basis for
    determining grades.
3. Faculty
    a) Complete the faculty tables that describe full-time faculty (Table 2), part-time faculty (Table 3), and faculty to be
       hired (Table 4), as applicable. Faculty curricula vitae should be provided only on request.
    b) What is the institution’s definition of “full-time” faculty?
Answer:
4. Financial Resources and Instructional Facilities
    a) Summarize the instructional facilities and equipment committed to ensure the success of the program.
Answer:
    b) Complete the new resources table (Table 5).
5. Admissions
    a) List all program admission requirements (or note if identical to the institution’s admission requirements).
Answer:
    b) Describe the process for evaluating exceptions to those requirements.
Answer:
    c) How will the institution encourage enrollment by persons from groups historically underrepresented in the
       discipline or occupation?
Answer:
6. Academic Support Services
Summarize the academic support services available to help students succeed in the program.
Answer:
7. Credit for Experience
If this program will grant substantial credit for learning derived from experience, describe the methods of evaluating
the learning and the maximum number of credits allowed.
Answer:
8. Program Assessment and Improvement
Summarize the plan for periodic evaluation of the new program, including a timetable and the use of data to inform
program improvement.
Answer:
9. Transfer Programs
If the program will be promoted as preparing students for transfer to a program at another institution, provide a copy
of an articulation agreement with the institution
Table 1: Program Schedule
   Indicate academic calendar type: __Semester                    __Quarter       __Trimester               __Other (describe)
   Label each term in sequence, consistent with the institution’s academic calendar (e.g., Fall 1, Spring 1, Fall 2)
   Copy/expand the table as needed to show additional terms
Term:                                                                                       Term:
Course Number & Title                      Credits   New Prerequisite(s)                    Course Number & Title                      Credits   New Prerequisite(s)




                    Term credit total:                                                                          Term credit total:
Term:                                                                                       Term:
Course Number & Title                  Credits       New Prerequisite(s)                    Course Number & Title                  Credits       New Prerequisite(s)




                    Term credit total:                                                                          Term credit total:
Term:                                                                                       Term:
Course Number & Title                  Credits       New Prerequisite(s)                    Course Number & Title                  Credits       New Prerequisite(s)




                    Term credit total:                                                                          Term credit total:
Term:                                                                                       Term:
Course Number & Title                  Credits       New Prerequisite(s)                    Course Number & Title                  Credits       New Prerequisite(s)




                      Term credit total:                                                                          Term credit total:

                                   Credits:
Program Totals:


                                           New: indicate if new course         Prerequisite(s): list prerequisite(s) for the noted courses
Table 2: Full-Time Faculty
Faculty teaching at the graduate level must have an earned doctorate/terminal degree or demonstrate special competence in the field. Provide information on faculty
members who are full-time at the institution and who will be teaching each course in the major field or graduate program. The application addendum for professional
licensure, teacher certification, or educational leadership certification programs may provide additional directions for those types of proposals.

                                                                                                   Highest and Other         Additional Qualifications: list
Faculty Member Name and Title
(include and identify Program
                                                                                 Percent Time      Applicable Earned Degrees related certifications/ licenses;
                                     Program Courses to be Taught
                                                                                 to Program        & Disciplines (include    occupational experience;
Director)
                                                                                                   College/University)       scholarly contributions, etc.




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`Table 3: Part-Time Faculty

Faculty teaching at the graduate level must have an earned doctorate/terminal degree or demonstrate special competence in the field. Provide information on part-
time faculty members who will be teaching each course in the major field or graduate program.


                                                                                   Highest and Other Applicable          Additional Qualifications: list related
Faculty Member Name and Title
                                              Program Courses to be Taught         Earned Degrees & Disciplines          certifications/licenses; occupational
                                                                                   (include College/University)          experience; scholarly contributions, etc.




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Table 4: Faculty to be Hired
If faculty must be hired, specify the number and title of new positions to be established and minimum qualifications.
                                               Minimum Qualifications                                                                                 Expected
                               No. of New                                                         Percent Time
Title/Rank of Position                         (including degree and discipline    F/T or P/T                           Expected Course Assignments   Hiring
                               Positions                                                          to Program
                                               area)                                                                                                  Date




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 Table 5: New Resources
                                                         Year 1                    Year 2                      Year 3                    Year 4                     Year 5
 Expenditures
                                                  Academic Year2             Academic Year†             Academic Year†             Academic Year†             Academic Year†
 Full Time Faculty                                                     0                          0                          0                          0                          0
 Part Time Faculty                                                     0                          0                          0                          0                          0


 Full Time Staff                                                       0                          0                          0                          0                          0
 Part Time Staff                                                       0                          0                          0                          0                          0
 Library (Includes Staffing)
                                                                       0                          0                          0                          0                          0
 Equipment
                                                                       0                          0                          0                          0                          0
 Laboratories
                                                                       0                          0                          0                          0                          0
 Supplies & Expenses
 (Other than Personal Services)                                        0                          0                          0                          0                          0
 Capital Expenditures                                                  0                          0                          0                          0                          0


 Other
                                                                       0                          0                          0                          0                          0
 Total all                                                             0                          0                          0                          0                          0

[1] Specify the inflation rate used for projections.
[2] Specify the academic year.
[3] Include fringe benefits.
[4] New resources means resources engendered specifically by the proposed program. The new resources from the previous year should be carried over to the following year, new resources with
adjustments for inflation, if a continuing cost.
[5] Specify what is included in "other" category, (e.g.,student financial aid).




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                                                      Projected Revenue Related to the Proposed Program

                                                 1st Year                     2nd Year                   3rd Year                    4th Year                     5th Year
                                                Academic
         Revenues[1]                             Year[2]                 Academic Year†            Academic Year†              Academic Year†                Academic Year†
 Tuition Revenue[3]
 01. From Existing
 Sources[4]                                                      $0                         $0                        $0                            $0                           $0
 02. From New Sources[5]                                         $0                         $0                        $0                            $0                           $0
 03. Total                                                       $0                         $0                        $0                            $0                           $0
 State Appropriation[6]
 04. From Existing Sources§                                      $0                         $0                        $0                            $0                           $0
 05. From New Sources**                                          $0                         $0                        $0                            $0                           $0
 06. Total                                                       $0                         $0                        $0                            $0                           $0
 Other Revenue[7]
 07. From Existing Sources§                                      $0                         $0                        $0                            $0                           $0
 08. From New Sources**                                          $0                         $0                        $0                            $0                           $0
 09. Total                                                       $0                         $0                        $0                            $0                           $0
 Grand Total[8]
 10. From Existing Sources§                                      $0                         $0                        $0                            $0                           $0
 11. From New Sources**                                          $0                         $0                        $0                            $0                           $0
 TOTAL                                                           $0                         $0                        $0                            $0                           $0

[1]Specify the inflation rate used for projections.
[2] Specify the academic year.
[3] Please explain how tuition revenue was calculated.
[4] Existing sources means revenue that would have been received by the institution even if the proposed program were not approved.
[5] New sources means revenue engendered by the proposed program. The revenue from new sources from the previous year should be carried over to the following year as revenues from new sources
with adjustments for inflation, if a continuing source of revenue.
[6] Public institutions should include here regular State appropriations applied to the program.
[7] Specify what is included in "other" category.
[8] Enter total of Tuition, State and Other Revenue, from Existing or New Sources.




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The Five-Year Financial Projections for
Program

                                                 Year 1       Year 2       Year 3       Year 4       Year 5

Direct Operating Expenses (Include additional
expenses incurred by other programs when
satisfying needs of new program):

Current Full Time Faculty Replacement Costs
(list separately)
Current Full Time Faculty Overload (include
Summer)
New Full Time Faculty Base Salary (list
separetely)
New Full Time Faculty Overload (include
Summer)
New Faculty Re-assigned Time (list seperately)
Full Time Employee Fringe Benefits (33.0%)                0            0            0            0            0
Total (Links to Full-Time Faculty on Program
Exp Worksheet)                                            0            0            0            0            0

Part Time Faculty Actual Salaries
Part Time Faculty Actual Fringe Benefits (10%)            0            0            0            0            0
Total (Links to Part-Time Faculty Program
Exp Worksheet)                                            0            0            0            0            0

Full Time Staff Base Salary (list separetely)
Full Time Staff Fringe Benefits (33%)                     0            0            0            0            0
Total (Links to Full-Time Staff on Program
Exp Worksheet)                                            0 0                       0            0            0

(DO NOT INCLUDE NEW LIBRARY STAFF IN
THIS SECTION)                                    Year 1       Year 2       Year 3       Year 4       Year 5

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Part Time Staff Base Salary (list separately)
Graduate Assistants
Student Hourly
Part Time Employee Fringe Benefits (10.0%)               0            0            0            0            0
Total (Links to Part-Time Staff on Program
Exp Worksheet)                                           0            0            0            0            0

LIBRARY
Library Resources
Library Staff Full Time (List Separately)
Full Time Staff Fringe Benefits (33%)                    0            0            0            0            0
Library Staff Part Time (List Separately)
Part Time Employee Fringe Benefits (10.0%)               0            0            0            0            0
TOTAL (Links to Library on Program Exp
Worksheet)                                               0            0            0            0            0

EQUIPMENT
Computer Hardware
Office Furniture
Other (Specify)
Total (Links to Equipment on Program Exp
Worksheet)                                               0            0            0            0            0

LABORATORIES
Laboratory Equipment
Other (list separately)
TOTAL (Links to Laboratories on Program
Exp Worksheet)                                           0            0            0            0            0



                                                Year 1       Year 2       Year 3       Year 4       Year 5
SUPPLIES AND EXPENSES (OTPS)
Consultants and Honoraria
Office Supplies

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Instructional Supplies
Faculty Development
Travel and Conferences
Membership Fees
Advertising and Promotion
Accreditation
Computer Software
Computer License Fees
Computer Repair and Maintenance
Equipment Repair and Maintenance
New Total Supplies and OTPS Expenses
(Links to Supplies on Program Exp
Worksheet                                 0   0   0   0   0

CAPITAL EXPENDITURES
Facility Renovations
Classroom Equipment
Other (list separately)
TOTAL (Links to Capital Expenditures on
Program Exp Worksheet)                    0   0   0   0   0

Other (list separately)




TOTAL (Links to Other on Program Exp
Worksheet)                                0   0   0   0   0




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The Five-Year Revenue Projections for Program


                                                                          Year        Year        Year         Year        Year
                                                                          One         Two         Three        Four        Five
Tuition & Fees:
Existing Students are students currently enrolled in another program at
your college, or students who would have enrolled in another program
at your college, had the new program not been established.
Number of Majors (Enter # of EXISTING FULL TIME In
State Students)
Tuition Income (Specify Rate per credit) calculates 2%
increase per year                                                          $4,600      $4,692        $4,786     $4,882      $4,979
Total Tuition                                                                  $0          $0            $0         $0          $0
Student Fees (enter ANNUAL program fees other than
standard CUNY fees)
Total Fees                                                                        0           0            0           0           0
Total Instate Tuition & Fees                                                     $0          $0           $0          $0          $0

Tuition & Fees:
Number of Majors (Enter # of EXISTING FULL TIME Out of
State Students)
Tuition Income (Specify Rate per credit) calculates 2%
increase per year                                                         $13,000     $13,260       $13,525    $13,796     $14,072
Total Tuition                                                                  $0          $0            $0         $0          $0
Student Fees (enter ANNUAL program fees other than
standard CUNY fees)
Total Fees                                                                        0           0            0           0           0
Total Out of State Tuition & Fees                                                $0          $0           $0          $0          $0

TOTAL EXISTING FULL TIME TUITION REVENUE                                         $0          $0           $0          $0          $0

                                                                          Year        Year        Year         Year        Year
                                                                          One         Two         Three        Four        Five
Tuition & Fees:

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Number of Majors (Enter # of EXISTING PART-TIME In
State Students)
Total Enrolled Credits (Enter Avg # credits per student per
year-Fall+ Spring+Summer) i.e. 6 Fall, 6 Spring, 3
Summer=15
Tuition Income (Specify Rate per credit) calculates 2%
increase per year                                                $195        $199         $203        $207        $211
Total Tuition                                                      $0          $0           $0          $0          $0
Student Fees (enter ANNUAL program fees other than
standard CUNY fees)
Total Fees                                                            0
Total Instate Tuition & Fees                                         $0          $0           $0          $0          $0

Tuition & Fees:
Number of Majors (Enter # of EXISTING PART-TIME Out of
State Students)
Total Enrolled Credits (Enter Avg # credits per student per
year-Fall+ Spring+Summer) i.e. 6 Fall, 6 Spring, 3
Summer=15
Tuition Income (Specify Rate per credit) calculates 2%
increase per year                                                $415        $423         $432        $440        $449
Total Tuition                                                      $0          $0           $0          $0          $0
Student Fees (enter ANNUAL program fees other than
standard CUNY fees)
Total Fees                                                            0
Total Out of State Tuition & Fees                                    $0          $0           $0          $0          $0

TOTAL EXISTING PART TIME REVENUE                                     $0          $0           $0          $0          $0

TOTAL EXISTING REVENUE (LINKS TO REVENUE
SPREADSHEET ROW 5)                                                   $0          $0           $0          $0          $0
                                                              Year        Year        Year         Year        Year
                                                              One         Two         Three        Four        Five
Tuition & Fees:


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New Students are students who would NOT have enrolled in another
program at your college, had the new program not been established.
Number of Majors (Enter # of NEW FULL TIME In State
Students)
Tuition Income (Specify Rate per credit) calculates 2%
increase per year                                                     $4,600      $4,692        $4,786     $4,882      $4,979
Total Tuition                                                             $0          $0            $0         $0          $0
Student Fees (enter ANNUAL program fees other than
standard CUNY fees)
Total Fees                                                                   0           0            0           0           0
Total Instate Tuition & Fees                                                $0          $0           $0          $0          $0

Tuition & Fees:
Number of Majors (Enter # of NEW FULL TIME Out of
State Students)
Tuition Income (Specify Rate per credit) calculates 2%
increase per year                                                    $13,000     $13,260       $13,525    $13,796     $14,072
Total Tuition                                                             $0          $0            $0         $0          $0
Student Fees (enter ANNUAL program fees other than
standard CUNY fees)
Total Fees                                                                   0           0            0           0           0
Total Out of State Tuition & Fees                                           $0          $0           $0          $0          $0

TOTAL NEW FULL TIME TUITION REVENUE                                         $0          $0           $0          $0          $0




                                                                     Year        Year        Year         Year        Year
                                                                     One         Two         Three        Four        Five
Tuition & Fees:
Number of Majors (Enter # of NEW PART-TIME In State
Students)




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Total Enrolled Credits (Enter Avg # credits per student per
year-Fall+ Spring+Summer) i.e. 6 Fall, 6 Spring, 3
Summer=15
Tuition Income (Specify Rate per credit) calculates 2%
increase per year                                                $195        $199         $203        $207        $211
Total Tuition                                                      $0          $0           $0          $0          $0
Student Fees (enter ANNUAL program fees other than
standard CUNY fees)
Total Fees                                                            0
Total Instate Tuition & Fees                                         $0          $0           $0          $0          $0

Tuition & Fees:
Number of Majors (Enter # of NEW PART-TIME Out of
State Students)
Total Enrolled Credits (Enter Avg # credits per student per
year-Fall+ Spring+Summer) i.e. 6 Fall, 6 Spring, 3
Summer=15
Tuition Income (Specify Rate per credit) calculates 2%
increase per year                                                $415        $423         $432        $440        $449
Total Tuition                                                      $0          $0           $0          $0          $0
Student Fees (enter ANNUAL program fees other than
standard CUNY fees)
Total Fees                                                            0           0            0           0           0
Total Out of State Tuition & Fees                                    $0          $0           $0          $0          $0

TOTAL NEW PART TIME REVENUE                                          $0          $0           $0          $0          $0

TOTAL NEW REVENUE (LINKS TO REVENUE
SPREADSHEET ROW 7)                                                   $0          $0           $0          $0          $0


                                                              Year        Year        Year         Year        Year
                                                              One         Two         Three        Four        Five
State Revenue from EXISTING sources-identify sources                 0           0            0           0           0


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STATE BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS FROM EXISTING
SOURCES -LINKS TO REVENUE SPREADSHEET ROW
9                                                          $0          $0           $0          $0          $0




State Revenue from NEW sources-identify sources            0           0            0           0           0

STATE BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS FROM NEW
SOURCES -LINKS TO REVENUE SPREADSHEET ROW
11                                                         $0          $0           $0          $0          $0

FOR YEARS 2-5 INCLUDE CONTINUING RESOURCES
FROM PREVIOUS YEARS


                                                    Year        Year        Year         Year        Year
                                                    One         Two         Three        Four        Five
Other Revenue From Existing Sources (specify and
explain)-LINKS TO REVENUE SPREADSHEET ROW 13)                          0            0           0           0
Other Revenue New (specify and explain) (LINKS TO
REVENUE SPREADSHEET ROW 15)                                            0            0           0           0




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                              C.

                   Distance Education Program




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All programs being offered either solely or partially in a distance education format must be
separately registered by the SED. SED requires separate registration if more then one-half (50%)
of a program credits are offered through distance education. Colleges are required to submit an
SED form entitled ―Application for Addition of the Distance Education Format to a Registered
Programs‖ as a supplement to the appropriate forms for the registration of a new program.
Proposals for distance education must be submitted through CAPPR and approved by the Board
of Trustees.

Please note: ―Part A: Institution-wide Issues‖ only needs to be submitted if the college has no
distance education program in existence. This section deals with the college’s overall
commitment to offering distance education programs as well as its commitment to assisting
students in distance education programs with academic and administrative services. “Part B:
Program-Specific Issues” should be submitted to add distance education format to an
existing program or a program for which you are seeking registration. This section deals
with pedagogy and assessment at both the program and course levels.




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                 THE STATE EDUCATION DEPARTMENT / THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK / ALBANY, NY 12234

                   OFFICE OF HIGHER EDUCATION
                   Office of College and University Evaluation
                   5 North Mezzanine, Education Building
                   89 Washington Avenue
                   Albany, New York 12234
                   Tel. (518) 474-2593
                   Fax (518) 486-2779


Application for Addition of the Distance Education Format

to a Registered Program

Name of Institution:

CEO or Designee:

Signature:                                                        Date:

The signature of the institutional representative indicates the institution’s commitment to support
the proposed distance education program.
Distance Education Contact Person:


Telephone:                                                       Fax:

E-mail:

Program Title:                                                   Program Code:

Degree or Certificate Awarded:                                   HEGIS Code:

Anticipated enrollment in distance program:

Initial:                                                         Maximum by year 3:

Term length (in weeks) for the distance program:


(Is this the same as term length for classroom program?) Yes      No
How much "instructional time" is required per week per credit for a distance course in this program?

(Do not include time spent on activities that would be done outside "class time", such as research, writing
assignments, or chat rooms.)

What proportion or percentage of the program will be offered in Distance Education format?
Part A: Institution-wide Issues: Submit this part for the first Distance Education program
proposed by your institution. This will be kept in a master file, and will not need to be
resubmitted for each new proposed online program, unless there are changes.

  I.    ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT
         1.  Describe your institution’s planning process for Distance Education, including how the
             need for distance access was identified, the nature and size of the intended audiences,
             and the provisions for serving those audiences.
         2.  Describe your institution’s resources for distance learning programs and its support
             services to ensure their effectiveness. What course management system does your
             institution use?
         3.  Describe how faculty are trained and supported in developing and teaching online
             courses, including the pedagogical and communication strategies to function effectively.
             Describe the qualifications of those who train faculty, or are otherwise in charge of online
             education.
         4.  If your institution uses courses or academic support services from another provider,
             describe the process used (with faculty participation) to evaluate their quality, academic
             rigor, and suitability for the award of college credit and a degree or certificate.
         5.  Does your institution have a clear policy on ownership of course materials developed
             for its distance education courses? How is this policy shared with faculty and staff?

  II.   LEARNER SUPPORT
          1. Describe how your institution provides distance students with clear information on:
                    Program completion requirements
                    The nature of the learning experience
                    Any specific student background, knowledge, or technical skills needed
                    Expectations of student participation and learning
                    The nature of interaction in the courses.
                    Any technical equipment or software required or recommended.
          2. Describe how your institution provides distance learners with adequate academic and
             administrative support, including academic advisement, technical support, library and
             information services, and other student support services normally available on campus.
             Do program materials clearly define how students can access these support services?
          3. Describe how administrative processes such as admissions and registration are made
             available to distance students, and how program materials inform students how to access
             these services.
          4. What orientation opportunities and resources are available for students of distance
             learning?
Part B: Program-Specific Issues: Submit this part for each new request to add Distance
Education Format to a registered program.

 III.   LEARNING DESIGN
          1.  How does your institution ensure that the same academic standards and requirements
              are applied to the program on campus and through distance learning? If the curriculum in
              the Distance Education program differs from that of the on-ground program, please
              identify the differences.
          2.  Are the courses that make up the distance learning program offered in a sequence or
              configuration that allows timely completion of requirements?
          3.  How do faculty ensure that the technological tools used in the program are appropriate
              for the content and intended learning outcomes?
          4.  How does the program provide for appropriate and flexible interaction between faculty
              and students, and among students?
          5.  How do faculty teaching online courses verify that students are doing their own work?




 IV.    OUTCOMES AND ASSESSMENT
         1.  Distance learning programs are expected to produce the same learning outcomes as
             comparable classroom-based programs. How are these learning outcomes identified -- in
             terms of knowledge, skills, or credentials -- in course and program materials?
         2.  Describe how the means chosen for assessing student learning in this program are
             appropriate to the content, learning design, technologies, and characteristics of the
             learners.

 V.     PROGRAM EVALUATION
         1.  What process is in place to monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of the distance
             learning program on a regular basis?
         2.  How will the evaluation results will be used for continuous program improvement?
         3.  How will the evaluation process assure that the program results in learning outcomes
             appropriate to the rigor and breadth of the college degree or certificate awarded?




Revised 5/9/08
                         IV.

              Checklist of Documentation




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                                                      CHECKLIST OF REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION
                                             FOR LETTERS OF INTENT AND NEW PROGRAM PROPOSALS
                                             (other than those for programs leading to certification in teacher education*)

        I.       LETTERS OF INTENT

                                                                           ITEM REQUIRED

          Cover Page with the Program Title and Date of College                      Yes
          Governance Approval
          Table of Contents                                                          Optional
          Course Scheduling                                                          No
          Faculty Teaching Assignments (Fulltime & Part-time)                        No
          Revenue & Expenditures                                                     CUNY form optional at this stage; information may be
                                                                                     provided as part of the narrative.
          New Resources                                                              Yes SED form required
          Course Descriptions for Existing Courses and Syllabi for New               Course Descriptions Required.
          Courses

          Survey Instrument and Results                                              If a survey was conducted include the results and a copy of
                                                                                     the survey instrument.

          Articulation Agreement(s)                                                  LOI should refer to steps taken towards developing an
                                                                                     articulation agreement.
          Affiliation Agreement(s)                                                   No, not at the LOI stage. Will be required by the
                                                                                     proposal if necessary.
          External Evaluations                                                       No, not at the LOI stage. Graduate level programs
                                                                                     require two reports by outside evaluators. Optional for
                                                                                     other programs.
______________________
*Please note: Proposals for Teacher Education programs require a special set of SED forms, specific to each program type. Please consult the documents ―Registrations of
Programs Preparing Classroom Teachers‖ and ―Registration of Programs Leading to Certification‖ at http://www.highered.nysed.gov/ocue/aipr/register.html.
 In addition, the SED Budget Forms are also required for presentation of the proposal to the Board of Trustees.

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II. FULL PROPOSAL

                            ITEM                                                                   REQUIRED
Cover Page with the Program Title, all dates of College        Yes. (SED cover page is optional)
Governance Approval, and signature of the Provost
Table of Contents                                              Yes.
Course Scheduling                                              Yes. SED form required.
Faculty Teaching Assignments (Full-time & Part-time)           Yes. SED form required.
Faculty to be hired                                            Yes. SED form required.
Budget Projected Resources, and Expenditures                   Yes. CUNY form required.
New Resources                                                  Yes. SED form required.
Course Descriptions for Existing Courses and Syllabi for New   Yes. Please note that after the program has been approved by the Board of Trustees,
Courses                                                        new course descriptions must be submitted the following month for approval via the
                                                               Chancellor’s University Report.
Survey Instrument and Results                                  Optional. If the college conducted a survey to determine the need for the
                                                               program, the actual survey form should be appended, as well as a summary of
                                                               the findings.
Articulation Agreement(s)                                      Required for all undergraduate programs, except for A.A.S. programs if there is
                                                               no relevant program at the bachelor’s level. Not required for graduate and
                                                               certificate programs.
Affiliation Agreement(s)                                       Required only if the program involves cooperative arrangements, e.g., with
                                                               hospitals or agencies that provide opportunities for clinical training.
External Evaluations                                           Graduate level programs require two reports by outside evaluators. Optional for
                                                               other programs.




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                           V.

              Commonly Referenced Guidelines




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                              A.



                   Liberal Arts and Sciences




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NYSED’S2 Definition of liberal arts and sciences
This guidance is intended to assist institutions of higher education in New York State in meeting the
requirements of the Rules of the Board of Regents, Section 3.47 (c), Requirements for Earned Degrees,
Undergraduate degrees: ―Undergraduate degrees shall be distinguished, as follows, by the minimum amount of
liberal arts content required for each degree. The required liberal arts core shall not be directed toward specific
occupational or professional objectives.‖

Minimum Amount of Liberal Arts Content Required for Each Degree
                                                           Minimum Proportion of               Minimum Number of
Degree
                                                           Content                             Credits
Associate in Arts (AA)                                              3/4                         45
Associate in Science (AS)                                           1/2                         30
Associate in Applied Science (AAS)                                  1/3                         20
Bachelor of Arts (BA)                                               3/4                         90
Bachelor of Science (BS)                                            1/2                         60
All other undergraduate baccalaureate degrees (BBA, BE,             1/4                         30
BFA, BPS, BTech, etc.)

The liberal arts and sciences comprise the disciplines of the humanities, natural sciences and mathematics, and
social sciences.

Examples of course types that are generally considered within the liberal arts and sciences:
Humanities
English: Composition, creative writing, history of language, journalism, linguistics, literature, literature in
translation, playwriting
Fine arts: Art appreciation, history or theory
Foreign languages: Composition, conversation, grammar, history of the language, literature of the language,
reading, translation studies
Music: Music appreciation, history or theory
Philosophy: Comparative philosophy, history of philosophy, logic, schools of philosophy
Religion: Comparative religion, history of religion
Theater: Dramatic interpretation, dramatic literature, dramaturgy, history of drama, playwriting
Natural sciences and mathematics
Natural sciences: Anatomy and physiology, biology, chemistry, earth science, geology, physics, zoology
Mathematics: Calculus, mathematical theory, statistics
Computer Science: Broad survey/theory courses

2
    http://www.highered.nysed.gov/ocue/aipr/liberalarts.htm, February 22, 2010

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Social sciences
Anthropology, cultural studies, economics, geography, government, history, political science, psychology,
sociology
Criminal justice: Introductory and broad survey courses
Communications: Interpersonal communication, mass communication, public speaking, speech and rhetoric



Examples of course types that are generally not considered within the liberal arts
and sciences:
Agriculture
Business: Administration, finance, human resources, management, marketing, production
Computer applications: Word processing, database, spreadsheet, programming (e.g., specific languages)
Health and physical education
Home economics
Education and teaching methods
Library science
Music: Studio, performance, practice courses—voice, instrument, direction, conducting
Office technologies and practice
Performing and related art: Acting, costume design, dance, direction, lighting, production, scene
construction, sound production
Specialized professional courses : Accounting, architecture, dental hygiene, dentistry, engineering, law,
medicine, nursing, nutrition, pharmacy, podiatry, veterinary medicine
Studio art: Drawing, painting, ceramics, sculpture
Technology/technician fields: Construction, data processing, electrical, electronics, graphic arts, mechanical,
medical, refrigeration repair
Television: Television and radio production
Theology: Pastoral counseling, ministry




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                                     B.




                   Definitions of IRP, Hegis, and CIP Codes




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IRP: The State of New York uses the IRP (Inventory of Registered Programs) code
to represent each individual program in New York State. This number is the only
way to uniquely identify a program. A new program will be assigned an IRP code
once the program has been registered by the SED. All future program
modifications must include the program’s IRP code.


CIP: The federal government uses the CIP (Classification of Instructional
Programs) to classify academic program by subject area; programs in the same
subject area are assigned the same CIP code.


HEGIS: The New York State Inventory of Registered Programs uses the HEGIS
(Higher Education General Information Survey) taxonomy to classify academic
programs by subject area. Programs in the same subject area are assigned the same
HEGIS code. This classification system is less detailed than CIP.


Example of a program listing:


ABC College

IRP 27959             Childhood Education        B.A.

CIP 2010: 13.1202

HEGIS 0802




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                   HEGIS CODES*




                       *New York State Taxonomy of Academic Programs
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       HEGIS                      Field               HEGIS                   Field
                                                      0409.00      Pharmacology, Human & Animal
                 AGRICULTURE                          0410.00      Physiology, Human & Animal
   0101.00       Agriculture, General                 0411.00      Microbiology
   0101.01       Agriculture, Teacher                 0412.00      Anatomy
   0102.00       Agronomy, Field Crops & Crop         0413.00      Histology
Management                                            0414.00      Biochemistry (includes Nutritional
   0103.00       Soils Science (Management &       Biochemistry)
Conservation)                                         0415.00      Biophysics
   0104.00       Animal Science (Husbandry)           0416.00      Molecular Biology
   0105.00       Dairy Science (Husbandry)            0417.00      Cell Biology (Cytology, Animal
   0106.00       Poultry Science                   Cytology, Cell Physiology)
   0107.00       Fish, Game & Wildlife                0418.00      Marine Biology
Management                                            0419.00      Biometrics & Bio-statistics
   0108.00       Horticulture (Fruit & Vegetable      0420.00      Ecology
Production)                                           0421.00      Entomology
   0109.00       Ornamental Horticulture              0422.00      Genetics
(Floriculture, Nursery Science)                       0423.00      Radiobiology
   0110.00       Agricultural & Farm                  0424.00      Nutrition, Scientific, (excludes nutrition
Management                                         in Home Economics & Dietetics)
   0111.00       Agricultural Economics               0425.00      Neurosciences
(includes International Economics &                   0426.00      Toxicology
Development)                                          0427.00      Embryology
   0112.00       Agricultural Business                0499.00      Biological Sciences, Other
   0113.00       Food Science & Technology            5407.00      Laboratory Technologies,
   0114.00       Forestry                            General
   0115.00       Natural Resources Management         5604.00      Biological Sciences (Pre-baccalaureate
   0116.00       Agriculture & Forestry            Liberal Arts)
Technologies (baccalaureate & higher)
   0117.00       Range Management                                          BUSINESS
   0199.00       Agriculture & Natural                0501.00      Business & Commerce, General
Resources, Other                                      0502.00      Accounting
   5401.00       Natural Science Technologies,        0502.10      Taxation
General                                               0503.00      Business Statistics
   5402.00       Agriculture Technologies             0504.00      Banking & Finances
(includes Animal Science & Horticulture)              0505.00      Investments & Securities
   5403.00       Forestry & Wildlife                  0506.00      Business Management & Administration
Technologies (includes Fisheries)                  (includes Fund Raising Management & Operating
   5499.00       Natural Science Technologies,     Management)
Other (includes Taxidermy)                            0507.00      Operations Research (includes
   5601.00       Agriculture (Pre-baccalaureate    Management Data Systems)
Liberal Arts)                                         0508.00      Hotel & Restaurant Management
                                                      0509.00      Marketing & Purchasing
          BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES                         0510.00      Transportation & Public Utilities
  0401.00     Biology, General                        0510.10      Travel & Tourism (baccalaureate &
  0401.01     Biology, General, 7-12 Teacher       higher)
  0402.00     Botany, General                         0511.00      Real Estate
  0403.00     Bacteriology                            0512.00      Insurance
  0404.00     Plant Pathology                         0513.00      International Business
  0405.00     Plant Pharmacology                      0514.00      Secretarial Studies (baccalaureate &
  0406.00     Plant Physiology                     higher)
  0407.00     Zoology, General                        0515.00      Personnel Management
  0408.00     Pathology, Human & Animal               0516.00      Labor & Industrial Relations
   0517.00       Business Economics                  0804.09        Junior High School Education:
   0599.00       Business & Management, Other                Hebrew
(includes Athletic Administration &                  0804.10        Junior High School Education:
Controllership)                                              Other Languages
   5001.00       Business & Commerce                 0805.00        High Education, General
Technologies, General                                0806.00        Junior & Community College Education
   5002.00       Accounting Technologies             0807.00        Adult & Continuing Education
   5003.00       Banking & Finance                   0808.00        Special Education, General
Technologies                                         0809.00        Administration of Special Education
   5004.00       Marketing, Distribution,            0810.00        Education of the Mentally Retarded
Purchasing, Business & Industrial Management         0811.00        Education of the Gifted
Technologies (includes Sales & Insurance)            0812.00        Education of the Deaf
   5005.00       Secretarial Technologies            0813.00        Education of the Culturally
(includes Office Machine Training, Word            Disadvantaged
Processing, & Court, Hearing & Convention            0814.00        Education of Persons with Visual
Reporting)                                         Disabilities
   5006.00       Personal Service Technologies       0815.00        Speech Correction
   5010.00       Hotel & Restaurant                  0816.00        Education of the Emotionally Disturbed
Management Technologies (includes Food               0817.00        Remedial Education
Management)                                          0818.00        Special Learning Disabilities
   5011.00       Transportation & Public Utility     0819.00        Education of Persons with Physical
Technologies                                       Disabilities
   5011.10       Travel & Tourism (pre-              0820.00        Education of Persons with Multiple
baccalaureate)                                     Disabilities
   5013.00       Advertising Technology              0821.00        Social Foundations (History &
   5099.00       Business & Commerce               Philosophy of Education)
Technologies, Other                                  0822.00        Educational Psychology (includes
   5102.00       Keypunch Operator & Other         Learning Theory)
Input Preparation Technologies                       0823.00        Pre-elementary Education (Kindergarten)
   5104.00       Computer Operator &                 0824.00        Educational Statistics & Research
Peripheral Equipment Operation Technologies          0825.00        Educational Testing, Evaluation &
                                                   Measurement
                 EDUCATION                           0826.00        Student Personnel: Counseling and
  0801.00       Education, General                 Guidance (includes Employment Counseling)
  0802.00       Elementary Education, General        0826.01        Student Personnel: School Counselor
  0803.00       Secondary Education, General         0826.02        Student Personnel: School Psychologist
  0804.00       Junior High School Education         0826.03        Student Personnel: School Attendance
  0804.01       Junior High School Education:      Teacher
English                                              0826.06        Student Personnel: School Nurse Teacher
  0804.02       Junior High School Education:        0827.00        Educational Administration (School
Social Studies                                     District Administrator)
  0804.03       Junior High School Education:        0828.00        Educational Supervision
         Mathematics                                 0829.00        Curriculum & Instruction
  0804.04       Junior High School Education:        0830.00        Reading Education (Methodology &
         General Science                           Theory)
  0804.05       Junior High School Education:        0830.01        Reading Education (Reading Teacher &
         French                                    Special Education
  0804.06       Junior High School Education:        0831.00        Art Education (Methodology & Theory)
         German                                      0832.00        Music Education (Methodology &
  0804.07       Junior High School Education:      Theory)
         Spanish                                     0833.00        Mathematics Education (Methodology &
  0804.08       Junior High School Education:      Theory)
         Latin                                       0834.00        Science Education (Methodology &
   Theory)
   0835.00      Physical Education: Physical          Management
Education 7-12                                        1305.00       Family Relations & Child Development
   0835.01      Physical Education: Recreation        1306.00       Foods & Nutrition (includes Dietetics &
Education N-12                                     Nutrition Education)
   0836.00      Driver & Safety Education             1307.00       Institutional Management & Cafeteria
   0837.00      Health Education (includes         Management
Family Life Education)                                1399.00       Home Economics, Other
   0838.00      Business, Commerce &                  1601.00       Library Science, General
Distributive Education                                1699.00       Library Science, Other
   0838.01      Business, Commerce &                  5503.00       Education Technologies
Distributive Education Teacher                              (Teacher Aide & 2-year Teacher Education,
   0839.00      Industrial, Technical &            includes Day Care & Nannies)
Vocational Education                                  5608.00       Education (Pre-baccalaureate Liberal
   0839.01      Industrial Arts, Vocational &      Arts)
Technical Education: Industrial Arts Technology       5404.00       Food Service Technologies (includes
   0839.02      Industrial Arts, Vocational &      Culinary Arts)
TechnicalEducation: Technical Subjects                5405.00       Home Economics Technologies
   0839.03      Industrial Arts, Vocational &         5613.00       Home Economics (Pre-baccalaureate
Technical Education: Trade Subjects                Liberal Arts)
   0839.04      Industrial Arts, Vocational &              5504.00        Library Assistant Technologies
Technical Education: Agricultural Occupations                           ENGINEERING
   0839.05      Industrial Arts, Vocational &         0901.00       Engineering, General
Technical Education: Home Economics                   5105.00       Data Processing Equipment Maintenance
   0839.06      Industrial Arts, Vocational &         5301.00       Mechanical & Engineering
Technical Education: Electronic Data Processing    Technologies, General
   0839.07      Industrial Arts, Vocational &         5302.00       Aeronautical & Aviation Technologies
Technical Education: Health Occupations            (includes Aircraft Technology)
   0899.00      Education, Other (includes            5303.00       Engineering Graphics (Tool & Machine
Community Service Education & Educational          Drafting & Design)
Research Methodology)                                 5304.00       Architectural Drafting Technologies
   0899.01      School Media Specialist               5306.00       Automotive Technologies
(Library)                                             5307.00       Diesel Technologies
   0899.02      School Media Specialist               5308.00       Welding Technologies
(Educational Communications)                          5309.00       Civil Technologies (Surveying,
   0899.03      School Media Specialist            Photogrammetry, etc.)
   0899.10      Agriculture Education                 5310.00       Electronics & Machine Technologies
   0899.20      Education of Exceptional           (includes Appliance Repair)
Children                                              5311.00       Electromechanical Technologies
   0899.30      Home Economics Education              5312.00       Industrial Technologies (includes
   0899.50      Alternative Certification (Trans   Machine Technologies, Tool & Die Making & Robotics)
B)                                                    0902.00       Aerospace, Aeronautical & Astronautical
   0899.52      Alternative Certification (Trans   Engineering
C)                                                    0903.00       Agricultural Engineering (includes Soil
   0899.54      Alternative Certification (Trans   & Water Engineering)
D)                                                    0904.00       Architectural Engineering
   0899.60      Intensive Teacher Institute           0905.00       Bioengineering and Biomedical
   1301.00      Home Economics, General            Engineering
   1301.01      Home Economics Teacher                0906.00       Chemical Engineering (includes
   1302.00      Home Decoration & Home             Petroleum Refining)
Equipment                                             0907.00       Petroleum Engineering (excludes
   1303.00      Clothing & Textiles                Petroleum Refining)
   1304.00      Consumer Economics & Home             0908.00       Civil, Construction & Transportation
   Engineering (includes Hydraulics &                5313.00       Textile Technologies
Hydrology, Water Resource Systems, &                 5314.00       Instrumentation Technologies
Structural Engineering)                              5313.00       Textile Technologies
   0909.00       Electrical, Electronics &           5314.00       Instrumentation Technologies
Communications Engineering                           5315.00       Mechanical Technologies
   0910.00       Mechanical Engineering              5316.00       Nuclear Technologies
   0911.00       Geological Engineering              5317.00       Construction & Building Technologies
   0912.00       Geophysical Engineering          (Carpentry, Electricity, Plumbing, Air Conditioning,
   0913.00       Industrial & Management          Heating, Refrigeration, Solar Energy)
Engineering                                          5399.00       Mechanical & Engineering
   0914.00       Metallurgical Engineering        Technologies, Other
   0915.00       Materials Engineering               5408.00       Sanitation & Public Health Inspection
   0916.00       Ceramic Engineering              Technologies (Environmental) (includes
   0917.00       Textile Engineering              Wastewater/Water Treatment)
   0918.00       Mining & Mineral Engineering                              FINE ARTS
   0919.00       Engineering Physics                 1001.00       Fine Arts, General
   0920.00       Nuclear Engineering                 1002.00       Art (Painting, Drawing, Sculpture)
   0921.00       Engineering Mechanics               1003.00       Art History & Appreciation
   0922.00       Environmental & Sanitary            1004.00       Music Performance
Engineering                                          1004.10       Music Composition & Theory
   0923.00       Naval Architecture & Marine         1005.00       Music, Liberal Arts Program
Engineering                                          1006.00       Music History & Appreciation
   0924.00       Ocean Engineering                (Musicology)
   0999.00       Engineering, Other (includes        1007.00       Dramatic Arts
Optics, Photographic Science, Wood Products          1008.00       Dance
Engineering)                                         1009.00       Applied Design (Crafts, Commercial Art,
   4904.00       Engineering & Other              Interior & Fashion Design, includes Ceramics, Computer
Disciplines                                       Graphics, Gold & Silversmithing & Industrial Design)
   0201.00       Environmental Design, General       1010.00       Cinematography
   0202.00       Architecture                        1011.00       Photography
   0203.00       Interior Design                     1099.00       Fine & Applied Arts, Other (includes Art
   0204.00       Landscape Architecture           Restoration, Dance Therapy, Museum Administration,
   0205.00       Urban Architecture               Music Technology, Musical Business & Toy Design)
   0206.00       City, Community & Regional                       HEALTH PROFESSIONS
Planning (includes Urban Planning & Law &            1201.00       Health Professions, General
Planning)                                            1202.00       Hospital & Health Care Administration
   0299.00       Architecture & Environmental        1203.00       Nursing (baccalaureate & higher)
Design, Other (includes Design & Historic            1203.10       Nursing (baccalaureate & higher) - R.N.
Preservation)                                     required for admission (includes nurse-midwifery)
   0925.00       Engineering Technologies            1203.12       Nursing (baccalaureate & higher) -
(baccalaureate & higher)                          Advanced Certificate
   1920.00       Metallurgy                          1204.00       Dentistry, D.D.S. degree
   5609.00       Engineering Science (Pre-           1205.00       Dental Specialties (work beyond First-
baccalaureate Liberal Arts)                       Professional Degree: D.D.S.)
   5602.00       Architectural Technology (Pre-      1206.00       Medicine, M.D. degree
baccalaureate Liberal Arts)                          1207.00       Medical Specialties (work beyond First-
   5007.00       Photography Technologies         Professional Degree: M.D./D.O.)
   5012.00       Applied & Graphic Arts              1208.00       Occupational Therapy
Technologies (includes Lithography                   1209.00       Optometry
Technology)                                          1210.00       Osteopathic Medicine, D.O. degree
   5610.00       Fine Arts (Pre-baccalaureate        1211.00       Pharmacy
Liberal Arts) (includes Music)                       1212.00       Physical Therapy
                                                     1213.00       Dental Hygiene (baccalaureate or higher)
  5206.00        Animal Laboratory Assistant            1214.00      Public Health
Technologies                                            1215.00      Medical Record Librarianship
                                                        1216.00      Podiatry/Podiatric Medicine, D.P.M.
   5207.00        Radiologic Technologies (X-        degree
Ray etc.)                                               1217.00      Biomedical Communication
   5208.00        Nursing - R.N. (less than 4-year      1218.00      Veterinary Medicine, D.V.M. degree
program)                                                1219.00      Veterinary Medicine Specialties (work
   5208.10        Nursing - R.N., College            beyond Fist-Professional Degree: D.V.M.)
Programs                                                1220.00      Speech-Language Pathology &
   5208.20        Nursing - R.N., Hospital           Audiology
Programs                                                1221.00      Chiropractic, D.C. degree
   5208.30        Nursing - R.N., Certificate           1223.00      Medical Laboratory Technologies
(academic year or more) (includes Nurse              (baccalaureate & higher)
Anesthetist)                                            1224.00      Dental Technologies (baccalaureate &
   5208.40        Nursing - R.N., Supplemental       higher)
Clinical (less than one year)                           1225.00      Radiologic Technologies (baccalaureate
   5208.41        Nursing - R.N., Supplemental       & higher)
Clinical - Foreign Nurse                                1226.00      Midwifery
   5209.10        Nursing - Practical (Secondary        1299.00      Health Professions, Other (includes
programs only)                                       Epidemiology & medical Illustration)
   5209.20        Nursing - Practical (Adult)           1299.10      Physician Assistant (baccalaureate &
   5209.29        Nursing - Practical, Adult -       higher)
Experimental                                            1299.30      Sports & Exercise Studies (includes
   5210.00        Occupational Therapy               Exercise Physiology)
Technologies                                            5201.00      Health Services Assistant Technologies,
   5211.00        Surgical Technologies (includes    General
Operating Room Technology)                              5202.00      Dental Assistant Technologies
   5212.00        Optical Technologies (includes        5203.00      Dental Hygiene Technologies
Ophthalmic Dispensing)                                  5204.00      Dental Laboratory Technologies
   5213.00        Medical Record Technologies           5205.00      Medical or Biological Laboratory
   5214.00        Medical Assistant & Medical        Assistant Technologies (includes Phlebotomy)
Office Assistant Technologies                           0312.00      West European Studies
   5215.00        Respiratory Therapy                   0313.00      American Studies
Technologies                                            0314.00      Pacific Area Studies
   5216.00        Psychiatric Technologies              0399.00      Area Studies, Other
(includes Mental Health Aide & Community                1101.00      Foreign Languages, General (includes
Mental Health Assistant)                             Multi-Language Concentrations)
   5217.00        Electrodiagnostic Technologies        1102.00      French
(includes E.K.G., E.E.G., etc.)                         1102.01      French 7-12 Teacher
   5218.00        Institutional Management              1103.00      German
Technologies (Rest Home, etc.)                          1103.01      German 7-12 Teacher
   5219.00        Physical Therapy Technology           1104.00      Italian
   5299.00        Health Services & Paramedical         1104.01      Italian 7-12 Teacher
Technologies, Other (includes Biomedical                1105.00      Spanish
Engineering Technology, Emergency Medical               1105.01      Spanish 7-12 Teacher
Technology/Paramedic & Massage Therapy)                 1106.00      Russian
   5299.10        Physician Assistant (Pre-             1106.01      Russian 7-12 Teacher
baccalaureate)                                          1107.00      Chinese
   5299.20        Mortuary Science                      1107.01      Chinese Teacher
   5299.30        Sports & Exercise Studies             1108.00      Japanese
Technologies                                            1108.01      Japanese Teacher
                                                        1109.00      Latin
                  HUMANITIES                            1109.01      Latin 7-12 Teacher
   0301.00       Asian Studies                       1110.00     Greek, Classical
   0302.00       East Asian Studies                  1111.00     Hebrew and Semitic Languages
   0303.00       South Asian (India, etc.)           1111.01     Hebrew 7-12 Teacher
Studies                                              1112.00     Arabic
   0304.00       Southeast Asian Studies             1113.00     Indian (Asiatic) Languages
   0305.00       African Studies                     1114.00     Scandinavian Languages
   0306.00       Islamic Studies                     1115.00     Slavic Languages (other than Russian)
   0307.00       Russian & Slavic Studies            1116.00     African Languages (non-Semitic)
   0308.00       Latin American Studies              1117.00     Mandarin
   0309.00       Middle Eastern Studies              1117.01     Mandarin Teacher
   0310.00       European Studies, General           1118.00     Urdu
   0311.00       Eastern European Studies            1118.01     Urdu Teacher
(includes Uralic Studies)                            1199.00     Foreign Languages, Other
                                                     1199.01     Foreign Languages, Other, 7-12 Teacher
   2301.00      Theological Professions,             1501.00     English, General
General                                              1501.01     English 7-12 Teacher
   2301.10      Theological Professions,             1502.00     English Literature
General (M.Div., M.H.L., B.D.)                       1503.00     Comparative Literature
   2302.00      Religious Music                      1504.00     Classics
   2303.00      Biblical Languages                   1505.00     Linguistics (includes Phonetics,
   2304.00      Religious Education               Semantics & Philology)
   2399.00      Theology, Other                      1506.00     Speech & Debate (Rhetoric & Public
   4901.00      Liberal Arts & Sciences           Address)
(baccalaureate & higher)                             1506.01     Speech & Debate (7-12 Teacher)
   4903.00      Humanities & Social Sciences         1507.00     Creative Writing
   5603.00      Area Studies (Pre-baccalaureate      1508.00     Teaching of English as a Second
Liberal Arts)                                     Language
   5611.00      Foreign Languages (Pre-              1509.00     Philosophy
baccalaureate Liberal Arts)                          1510.00     Religious Studies (excludes Theological
   5615.00      Letters (Pre-baccalaureate        Professions)
Liberal Arts)                                        1599.00     Letters, Other
   5502.00      Bible Study or Religion Related      1599.10     Philosophy & Religion, Other
Occupations                                          0703.00     Data Processing
   5623.00      Theology (Pre-baccalaureate          0704.00     Computer Programming
Liberal Arts)                                        0705.00     Systems Analysis
   5649.00      Liberal Arts, General (Pre-          0799.00     Computer & Information Systems, Other
baccalaureate Liberal Arts)                          1701.00     Mathematics, General
   5699.00      Liberal Arts, Other (Pre-            1701.01     Mathematics 7-12 Teacher
baccalaureate Liberal Arts)                          1702.00     Statistics, Mathematics & Theoretical
                                                     1703.00     Applied Mathematics
            PHYSICAL SCIENCES                        1799.00     Mathematics, Other
  1901.00     Physical Sciences, General             4902.00     Biological & Physical Sciences
  1902.00     Physics, General (excludes             5101.00     Data Processing Technologies, General
Biophysics)                                          5103.00     Computer Programmer Technologies
  1902.01     Physics, General, 7-12 Teacher         5199.00     Data Processing Technologies, Other
  1903.00     Molecular Physics                      5305.00     Chemical Technologies (includes
  1904.00     Nuclear Physics                     Plastics)
  1905.00     Chemistry, General                     5406.00     Marine & Oceanographic Technologies
  1905.01     Chemistry, General, 7-12               5619.00     Physical Sciences (Pre-baccalaureate
Teacher                                           Liberal Arts)
  1906.00     Inorganic Chemistry                    5617.00     Mathematics (Pre-baccalaureate Liberal
  1907.00     Organic Chemistry                   Arts)
  1908.00     Physical Chemistry
   1909.00       Analytical Chemistry                                 SOCIAL SCIENCES
   1910.00       Pharmaceutical Chemistry             2201.00      Social Sciences, General
   1911.00       Astronomy                            2201.01      Social Sciences, General, 7-12 Teacher
   1912.00       Astrophysics                         2202.00      Anthropology
   1913.00       Atmospheric Sciences &               2203.00      Archaeology
Meteorology                                           2204.00      Economics
   1914.00       Geology                              2205.00      History
   1915.00       Geochemistry                         2206.00      Geography
   1916.00       Geophysics & Seismology              2207.00      Political Science & Government
(includes Water Resources)                            2208.00      Sociology
   1917.00       Earth Sciences, General              2209.00      Criminology
   1917.01       Earth Sciences, General, 7-12        2210.00      International Relations
Teacher                                               2211.00      Afro-American (Black Culture) Studies
   1918.00       Paleontology                         2212.00      American Indian Cultural Studies
   1919.00       Oceanography                         2213.00      Mexican-American Culture Studies
   1999.10       Earth Sciences, Other (includes      2214.00      Urban Studies
Planetary Studies)                                    2215.00      Demography
   1999.20       Physical Sciences, Other             2299.00      Social Sciences, Other
(includes Forensic Science)                           2299.10      Gerontology (baccalaureate & higher)
   0701.00       Computer & Information               0601.00      Communications, General (includes
Sciences, General                                  Sports Communications)
   0702.00       Information Sciences &               0602.00      Journalism (Printed Media)
Systems                                               0603.00      Radio/TV
   2005.00       Social Psychology                    0604.00      Advertising
   2006.00       Psychometrics                        0605.00      Communications Media (Videotape,
   2007.00       Statistics in Psychology          Film for Radio/TV)
   2008.00       Industrial Psychology                0699.00      Communications, Other (includes
   2009.00       Developmental Psychology          Printing)
   2010.00       Physiological Psychology             1401.00      Law
   2099.00       Psychology, Other                    1499.00      Law, Other
   2101.00       Community & Human Services,          2001.00      Psychology, General
General                                               2002.00      Experimental Psychology (Animal &
   2102.00       Public Administration             Human)
   2103.00       Parks & Recreation                   2003.00      Clinical Psychology
Management (includes Camping & Outdoor                2004.00      Psychology for Counseling
Recreation)
   2104.00       Social Work & Helping
Services (other than Clinical Social Work)
   2105.00       Police, Law Enforcement &
Corrections (baccalaureate & higher)
   2106.00       International Public Service
(other than Diplomatic Service)
   2199.00       Public Affairs & Services,
Other (includes Therapeutic Recreation)
   5622.00       Social Sciences (Pre-
baccalaureate Liberal Arts)
   5008.00       Communications &
Broadcasting Technologies (Radio/TV, News)
   5009.00       Printing Technologies
   5606.00       Communications (Pre-
baccalaureate Liberal Arts)
   5620.0        Psychology (Pre-baccalaureate
Liberal Arts)
  5501.00       Public Service Technologies,
General
  5505.00       Police, Law Enforcement &
Corrections Technologies
  5506.00       Community & Human Service
Related Technologies
  5506.10       Recreation Technologies
  5506.20       Gerontology (Pre-
baccalaureate)
  5507.00       Fire Control Technology
  5508.00       Public Administration &
Management Technologies (includes Court
Management)
  5599.00       Public Service Related
Technologies, Other
                              D.


                   Program Format Definitions




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Format Definitions as Provided by NYSED Website

4.5 Year: for baccalaureate programs. Indicates that because of the number of credits required, the

program is approved as a 4.5-year program with 4.5-year State student financial aid eligibility.


5-Year: for baccalaureate programs. Indicates that because of the number of credits required, the

program is approved as a 5-year program with five-year State student financial aid eligibility.


Accelerated: the program is offered in an accelerated curricular pattern which provides for early

completion.


Bilingual: instruction is given in English and in another language. By program completion, students

are proficient in both languages. This is not intended to be used to identify programs in foreign

language study.


Cooperative: the program requires alternating periods of study on campus and related work

experience. The pattern may extend the length of the program beyond normal time expectations.


Day Program: for programs having Evening, Weekend, or Evening/Weekend formats, indicates that

all requirements for the degree or other award can also be completed during traditional daytime

study.


Distance Education: a major portion of the requirements for the degree or other award can be

completed through study delivered by distance education.


Evening: all requirements for the degree or other award must be offered during evening study.


Evening/Weekend: all requirements for the degree or other award must be offered during a

combination of evening and weekend study.


External: all requirements for the degree or other award must be capable of completion through

examination, without formal classroom study at the institution.


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Independent Study: a major portion of the requirements for the degree or other award must be

offered through independent study rather than through traditional classes.


Language Other Than English: the program is taught in a language other than English.


Not Full-Time: the program cannot be completed on a full-time basis, e.g., a 60-credit program that

leads to an associate degree that cannot be completed in two academic years. Such programs are

not eligible for TAP payments to students.


Standard: for programs having Independent, Distance Education, External, or Accelerated formats,

indicates that all requirements for the degree or other award can also be completed in a standard,

traditional format.


Upper-Division: a program comprising the final two years of a baccalaureate program. A student

cannot enter such a program as a freshman. The admission level presumes prior completion of the

equivalent of two years of college study and substantial prerequisites.


Weekend: all requirements for the degree or other award must be offered during weekend study.




http://www.highered.nysed.gov/ocue/aipr/format.html




Faculty Handbook                                                                               66
                             VI.

        SED AND CUNY FORMS FOR ALL
       GRADUATE AND UNDERGRADUATE
                 PROGRAMS
                   EXCEPT TEACHER EDUCATION




Faculty Handbook                              67
                        A.



       * SAMPLE COVER PAGE (CUNY)
       * SAMPLE LIST OF DOCUMENTS TO BE INCLUDED
       * SAMPLE STUDENT ENROLLMENT TABLE




Faculty Handbook                             68
(Sample Title Page, OAA Model)




                                               ABC COLLEGE

                                                OF
                                 THE CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK




                           PROPOSAL TO ESTABLISH A PROGRAM IN (DEF)
                                       LEADING TO THE
                                         (GHI) DEGREE

                                         EFFECTIVE FALL (YEAR)


                            SPONSORED BY THE DEPARTMENT(S) OF (JKL)


                                               APPROVED BY

                          (ABC) COLLEGE GOVERNANCE (Specify the governance
                                      body and date of approval


College Representative:      (title) (first name) (last name), (name of school or division)
Contact:                     (title) (first name) (last name), (name of department)

Telephone:                   (area code) (number)
Fax:                         (area code) (number)
Email:                       abc@(college).edu


Provost’s Signature: ______________________________________________

Provost’s Name: _________________________________________________




Faculty Handbook                                                                              69
                           SAMPLE LIST OF ITEMS TO BE INCLUDED


TITLE PAGE

TABLE OF CONTENTS

ABSTRACT

PURPOSE AND GOALS

NEED AND JUSTIFICATION

STUDENTS
             A. Interest/Demand
             B. Enrollment Projections (Sample Table included )
             C. Admission Requirements

CURRICULUM

COST ASSESMENT
          A. Faculty
          B. Facilities and Equipment


                                            APPENDICES:

APPENDIX A          COURSE DESCRIPTIONS FOR REQUIRED COURSES

APPENDIX B          SYLLABI FOR NEW COURSES

APPENDIX C          PROGRAM SCHEDULING (SED Form)

APPENDIX D          FACULTY TEACHING ASSIGNMENTS (SED Form)

APPENDIX E          FACULTY TO BE HIRED (SED Form)

APPENDIX F          NEW RESOURCES TABLE (CUNY)

APPENDIX G          PROJECTED REVENUE TABLE (CUNY )

APPENDIX H          SUPPORTING MATERIALS FOR PROJECTED REVENUE TABLE (CUNY)

APPENDIX I          FIVE YEAR FINANCIAL PROJECTION (CUNY TABLE)

APPENDIX J          EVALUATION REPORT FORM (NON TEACHER EDUCATION GRADUATE
                    PROGRAM) (CUNY FORM)

APPENDIX K          ARTICULATION AGREEMENT(S) (CUNY)


Faculty Handbook                                                              78
SAMPLE STUDENT ENROLLMENT TABLE


                     YEAR I            YEAR II           YEAR III           YEAR IV              YEAR V

                   New        Cont.   New        Cont.   New        Cont.   New         Cont.   New         Cont.

     F-T            25         15     25          20     50          20     75           40     100          60


     P-T            10         5      10          8      20          8      35           16     50           28




  Sub-totals        35         20     35          28     70          28     110          56     150          88


   Totals                55                 63                 98                 166                 238




               Faculty Handbook                                                                        71
                       B.



              CORE APPLICATION FOR
          UNDERGRADUATE AND GRADUATE
             PROGRAMS OTHER THAN
               TEACHERS EDUCATION




Faculty Handbook                   72
                        B.1




                   SED COVER PAGE




Faculty Handbook                    73
                  THE STATE EDUCATION DEPARTMENT / THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK /
                  ALBANY, NY 12234



                        I.    Application for Registration of a New Program
This application is for New York degree-granting institutions seeking to register a new program that is below the doctoral
level. Save this file, enter the requested information, and submit to the State Education Department.
 Proposals for new distance education, teacher certification, educational leadership certification, and professional licensure
    programs may require additional information, in addition to this core application.
 Certificate and advanced certificate proposals: use the certificate forms at www.highered.nysed.gov/ocue/. This expedited
    option is not available for teacher, educational leader, or professional certification/licensure programs.
Item                     Response (type in the requested information)
Program type             __       General academic program
Check program
                         __       Program to prepare certified teachers or certified educational leaders
type(s)
                         __       Program to prepare licensed professionals

Institution name
and address
                         Additional information:
                          Specify campus where program will be offered, if other than the main campus:
                          If any courses will be offered off campus, indicate the location and number of courses and credits:
Program title,           Program title:
award, credits,          Award (e.g., B.A., M.S.):
and proposed             Credits:
HEGIS code               Proposed HEGIS code:

Program format           Check all program scheduling and format features that apply:                         (See definitions)
                         i)       Format:               Day               Evening                     Weekend            Evening/Weekend

                                                                Not Full-Time
                         ii)      Mode:      Standard           Independent Study        External            Accelerated
                                                                Distance Education (submit distance education application with this
                         proposal)
                         iii)     Other:     Bilingual          Language Other Than English           Upper Division Program

Diploma                  If the program is credit bearing and will lead to a Diploma or Advanced Diploma, indicate the registered
Programs                 degree program(s) to which the credits will apply:
Contact person for Name and title:
this proposal
                   Telephone:                                           Fax:                                  E-mail:
CEO (or designee) Name and title:
approval
                  Signature and date:
Signature affirms the
                         If the program will be registered jointly with another institution, provide the following information:
institution’s
commitment to
support the proposed     Partner institution’s name:
program.                 Name and title of partner institution’s CEO:
                         Signature of partner institution’s CEO:
                        B.2




           UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM SCHEDULE




Faculty Handbook                            75
Table 1a: Undergraduate Program Schedule
   Indicate academic calendar type: __Semester                 __Quarter        __Trimester                  __Other (describe)
   Label each term in sequence, consistent with the institution’s academic calendar (e.g., Fall 1, Spring 1, Fall 2)
   Use the table to show how a typical student may progress through the program; copy/expand the table as needed.
Term:                                              Check course classification(s)           Term:                                                Check course classification(s)
Course Number & Title                         Cr   LAS Maj New Prerequisite(s)              Course Number & Title                           Cr   LAS Maj New Prerequisite(s)




                         Term credit total:                                                                            Term credit total:
Term:                                              Check course classification(s)           Term:                                                Check course classification(s)
Course Number & Title                         Cr   LAS Maj New Prerequisite(s)              Course Number & Title                           Cr   LAS Maj New Prerequisite(s)




                         Term credit total:                                                                            Term credit total:
Term:                                              Check course classification(s)           Term:                                                Check course classification(s)
Course Number & Title                         Cr   LAS Maj New Prerequisite(s)              Course Number & Title                           Cr   LAS Maj New Prerequisite(s)




                         Term credit total:                                                                            Term credit total:
Term:                                              Check course classification(s)           Term:                                                Check course classification(s)
Course Number & Title                         Cr   LAS Maj New Prerequisite(s)              Course Number & Title                           Cr   LAS Maj New Prerequisite(s)




                         Term credit total:                                                                            Term credit total:


Program Totals:                         Credits:                 Liberal Arts & Sciences:                     Major:                             Elective & Other:

Cr: credits       LAS: liberal arts & sciences         Maj: major requirement               New: new course            Prerequisite(s): list prerequisite(s) for the noted courses
                              B.3



                   GRADUATE PROGRAM SCHEDULE




Faculty Handbook                               77
Table 1b: Graduate Program Schedule
   Indicate academic calendar type: __Semester                    __Quarter           __Trimester                   __Other (describe)
   Label each term in sequence, consistent with the institution’s academic calendar (e.g., Fall 1, Spring 1, Fall 2)
   Use the table to show how a typical student may progress through the program; copy/expand the table as needed.
Term:                                                                                            Term:
Course Number & Title                      Credits   New Prerequisite(s)                         Course Number & Title                         Credits   New Prerequisite(s)




                    Term credit total:                                                                               Term credit total:
Term:                                                                                            Term:
Course Number & Title                  Credits       New Prerequisite(s)                         Course Number & Title                  Credits          New Prerequisite(s)




                    Term credit total:                                                                               Term credit total:
Term:                                                                                            Term:
Course Number & Title                  Credits       New Prerequisite(s)                         Course Number & Title                  Credits          New Prerequisite(s)




                    Term credit total:                                                                               Term credit total:
Term:                                                                                            Term:
Course Number & Title                  Credits       New Prerequisite(s)                         Course Number & Title                  Credits          New Prerequisite(s)




                      Term credit total:                                                                                  Term credit total:
                                                           Identify any comprehensive, culminating element(s) (e.g., thesis or examination), including course number if applicable:
                                   Credits:
Program Totals:


                                           New: indicate if new course            Prerequisite(s): list prerequisite(s) for the noted courses
                          B.4


                   FULL-TIME FACULTY




Faculty Handbook                       79
Table 2: Full-Time Faculty
Faculty teaching at the graduate level must have an earned doctorate/terminal degree or demonstrate special competence in the field. Provide information on faculty
members who are full-time at the institution and who will be teaching each course in the major field or graduate program. The application addendum for
professional licensure, teacher certification, or educational leadership certification programs may provide additional directions for those types of proposals.

                                                                                                    Highest and Other         Additional Qualifications: list
Faculty Member Name and Title
(include and identify Program
                                                                                  Percent Time      Applicable Earned Degrees related certifications/ licenses;
                                      Program Courses to be Taught
                                                                                  to Program        & Disciplines (include    occupational experience;
Director)
                                                                                                    College/University)       scholarly contributions, etc.
                          B.5


                   PART-TIME FACULTY




Faculty Handbook                       81
Table 3: Part-Time Faculty
Faculty teaching at the graduate level must have an earned doctorate/terminal degree or demonstrate special competence in the field. Provide information on part-
time faculty members who will be teaching each course in the major field or graduate program. The application addendum for professional licensure, teacher
certification, or educational leadership certification programs may provide additional directions for those types of proposals.

                                                                                   Highest and Other Applicable          Additional Qualifications: list related
Faculty Member Name and Title
                                              Program Courses to be Taught         Earned Degrees & Disciplines          certifications/licenses; occupational
                                                                                   (include College/University)          experience; scholarly contributions, etc.
                           B.6


                   FACULTY TO BE HIRED




Faculty Handbook                         83
Table 4: Faculty to be Hired
If faculty must be hired, specify the number and title of new positions to be established and minimum qualifications.
                                               Minimum Qualifications                                                                                 Expected
                               No. of New                                                         Percent Time
Title/Rank of Position                         (including degree and discipline    F/T or P/T                           Expected Course Assignments   Hiring
                               Positions                                                          to Program
                                               area)                                                                                                  Date
                                    B.7.a

                   SENIOR COLLEGE TABLE FOR NEW RESOURCES




Faculty Handbook                                            85
 Table 5: New Resources
                                                         Year 1                    Year 2                     Year 3                     Year 4                     Year 5
 Expenditures
                                                  Academic Year2             Academic Year†             Academic Year†             Academic Year†             Academic Year†
 Full Time Faculty                                                     0                          0                          0                          0                          0
 Part Time Faculty                                                     0                          0                          0                          0                          0


 Full Time Staff                                                       0                          0                          0                          0                          0
 Part Time Staff                                                       0                          0                          0                          0                          0
 Library (Includes Staffing)
                                                                       0                          0                          0                          0                          0
 Equipment
                                                                       0                          0                          0                          0                          0
 Laboratories
                                                                       0                          0                          0                          0                          0
 Supplies & Expenses
 (Other than Personal Services)                                        0                          0                          0                          0                          0
 Capital Expenditures                                                  0                          0                          0                          0                          0


 Other
                                                                       0                          0                          0                          0                          0
 Total all                                                             0                          0                          0                          0                          0

[1] Specify the inflation rate used for projections.
[2] Specify the academic year.
[3] Include fringe benefits.
[4] New resources means resources engendered specifically by the proposed program. The new resources from the previous year should be carried over to the following year, new resources with
adjustments for inflation, if a continuing cost.
[5] Specify what is included in "other" category, (e.g.,student financial aid).
                                      B.7.b

                   SENIOR COLLEGE TABLE FOR PROJECTED REVENUE




Faculty Handbook                                                87
Projected Revenue Related to the Proposed Program

                                                1st Year                    2nd Year                   3rd Year                    4th Year                      5th Year
                                               Academic
        Revenues[1]                             Year[2]                Academic Year†             Academic Year†              Academic Year†               Academic Year†
Tuition Revenue[3]
01. From Existing
Sources[4]                                                      $0                         $0                        $0                            $0                           $0
02. From New Sources[5]                                         $0                         $0                        $0                            $0                           $0
03. Total                                                       $0                         $0                        $0                            $0                           $0
State Appropriation[6]
04. From Existing Sources§                                      $0                         $0                        $0                            $0                           $0
05. From New Sources**                                          $0                         $0                        $0                            $0                           $0
06. Total                                                       $0                         $0                        $0                            $0                           $0
Other Revenue[7]
07. From Existing Sources§                                      $0                         $0                        $0                            $0                           $0
08. From New Sources**                                          $0                         $0                        $0                            $0                           $0
09. Total                                                       $0                         $0                        $0                            $0                           $0
Grand Total[8]
10. From Existing Sources§                                      $0                         $0                        $0                            $0                           $0
11. From New Sources**                                          $0                         $0                        $0                            $0                           $0
TOTAL                                                           $0                         $0                        $0                            $0                           $0

[1]Specify the inflation rate used for projections.
[2] Specify the academic year.
[3] Please explain how tuition revenue was calculated.
[4] Existing sources means revenue that would have been received by the institution even if the proposed program were not approved.
[5] New sources means revenue engendered by the proposed program. The revenue from new sources from the previous year should be carried over to the following year as revenues from new sources
with adjustments for inflation, if a continuing source of revenue.
[6] Public institutions should include here regular State appropriations applied to the program.
[7] Specify what is included in "other" category.
[8] Enter total of Tuition, State and Other Revenue, from Existing or New Sources.




                                                       - -
                               B.7.c

       SENIOR COLLEGE SUPPORTING MATERIALS FOR REVENUE TABLE




Faculty Handbook                                               89




                    - -
The Five-Year Revenue Projections for Program


                                                                          Year        Year        Year         Year        Year
                                                                          One         Two         Three        Four        Five
Tuition & Fees:
Existing Students are students currently enrolled in another program at
your college, or students who would have enrolled in another program
at your college, had the new program not been established.
Number of Majors (Enter # of EXISTING FULL TIME In
State Students)
Tuition Income (Specify Rate per credit) calculates 2%
increase per year                                                          $4,600      $4,692        $4,786     $4,882      $4,979
Total Tuition                                                                  $0          $0            $0         $0          $0
Student Fees (enter ANNUAL program fees other than
standard CUNY fees)
Total Fees                                                                        0           0            0           0           0
Total Instate Tuition & Fees                                                     $0          $0           $0          $0          $0

Tuition & Fees:
Number of Majors (Enter # of EXISTING FULL TIME Out of
State Students)
Tuition Income (Specify Rate per credit) calculates 2%
increase per year                                                         $13,000     $13,260       $13,525    $13,796     $14,072
Total Tuition                                                                  $0          $0            $0         $0          $0
Student Fees (enter ANNUAL program fees other than
standard CUNY fees)
Total Fees                                                                        0           0            0           0           0
Total Out of State Tuition & Fees                                                $0          $0           $0          $0          $0

TOTAL EXISTING FULL TIME TUITION REVENUE                                         $0          $0           $0          $0          $0

                                                                          Year        Year        Year         Year        Year
                                                                          One         Two         Three        Four        Five
Tuition & Fees:

                                              - -
Number of Majors (Enter # of EXISTING PART-TIME In
State Students)
Total Enrolled Credits (Enter Avg # credits per student per
year-Fall+ Spring+Summer) i.e. 6 Fall, 6 Spring, 3
Summer=15
Tuition Income (Specify Rate per credit) calculates 2%
increase per year                                                       $195        $199         $203        $207        $211
Total Tuition                                                             $0          $0           $0          $0          $0
Student Fees (enter ANNUAL program fees other than
standard CUNY fees)
Total Fees                                                                   0
Total Instate Tuition & Fees                                                $0          $0           $0          $0          $0

Tuition & Fees:
Number of Majors (Enter # of EXISTING PART-TIME Out of
State Students)
Total Enrolled Credits (Enter Avg # credits per student per
year-Fall+ Spring+Summer) i.e. 6 Fall, 6 Spring, 3
Summer=15
Tuition Income (Specify Rate per credit) calculates 2%
increase per year                                                       $415        $423         $432        $440        $449
Total Tuition                                                             $0          $0           $0          $0          $0
Student Fees (enter ANNUAL program fees other than
standard CUNY fees)
Total Fees                                                                   0
Total Out of State Tuition & Fees                                           $0          $0           $0          $0          $0

TOTAL EXISTING PART TIME REVENUE                                            $0          $0           $0          $0          $0

TOTAL EXISTING REVENUE (LINKS TO REVENUE
SPREADSHEET ROW 5)                                                          $0          $0           $0          $0          $0
                                                                     Year        Year        Year         Year        Year
                                                                     One         Two         Three        Four        Five
Tuition & Fees:
New Students are students who would NOT have enrolled in another
program at your college, had the new program not been established.
                                            - -
Number of Majors (Enter # of NEW FULL TIME In State
Students)
Tuition Income (Specify Rate per credit) calculates 2%
increase per year                                              $4,600      $4,692        $4,786     $4,882      $4,979
Total Tuition                                                      $0          $0            $0         $0          $0
Student Fees (enter ANNUAL program fees other than
standard CUNY fees)
Total Fees                                                            0           0            0           0           0
Total Instate Tuition & Fees                                         $0          $0           $0          $0          $0

Tuition & Fees:
Number of Majors (Enter # of NEW FULL TIME Out of
State Students)
Tuition Income (Specify Rate per credit) calculates 2%
increase per year                                             $13,000     $13,260       $13,525    $13,796     $14,072
Total Tuition                                                      $0          $0            $0         $0          $0
Student Fees (enter ANNUAL program fees other than
standard CUNY fees)
Total Fees                                                            0           0            0           0           0
Total Out of State Tuition & Fees                                    $0          $0           $0          $0          $0

TOTAL NEW FULL TIME TUITION REVENUE                                  $0          $0           $0          $0          $0




                                                              Year        Year        Year         Year        Year
                                                              One         Two         Three        Four        Five
Tuition & Fees:
Number of Majors (Enter # of NEW PART-TIME In State
Students)
Total Enrolled Credits (Enter Avg # credits per student per
year-Fall+ Spring+Summer) i.e. 6 Fall, 6 Spring, 3
Summer=15


                                       - -
Tuition Income (Specify Rate per credit) calculates 2%
increase per year                                                $195        $199         $203        $207        $211
Total Tuition                                                      $0          $0           $0          $0          $0
Student Fees (enter ANNUAL program fees other than
standard CUNY fees)
Total Fees                                                            0
Total Instate Tuition & Fees                                         $0          $0           $0          $0          $0

Tuition & Fees:
Number of Majors (Enter # of NEW PART-TIME Out of
State Students)
Total Enrolled Credits (Enter Avg # credits per student per
year-Fall+ Spring+Summer) i.e. 6 Fall, 6 Spring, 3
Summer=15
Tuition Income (Specify Rate per credit) calculates 2%
increase per year                                                $415        $423         $432        $440        $449
Total Tuition                                                      $0          $0           $0          $0          $0
Student Fees (enter ANNUAL program fees other than
standard CUNY fees)
Total Fees                                                            0           0            0           0           0
Total Out of State Tuition & Fees                                    $0          $0           $0          $0          $0

TOTAL NEW PART TIME REVENUE                                          $0          $0           $0          $0          $0

TOTAL NEW REVENUE (LINKS TO REVENUE
SPREADSHEET ROW 7)                                                   $0          $0           $0          $0          $0


                                                              Year        Year        Year         Year        Year
                                                              One         Two         Three        Four        Five
State Revenue from EXISTING sources-identify sources                 0           0            0           0           0

STATE BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS FROM EXISTING
SOURCES -LINKS TO REVENUE SPREADSHEET ROW
9                                                                    $0          $0           $0          $0          $0
                                       - -
State Revenue from NEW sources-identify sources            0           0            0           0           0

STATE BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS FROM NEW
SOURCES -LINKS TO REVENUE SPREADSHEET ROW
11                                                         $0          $0           $0          $0          $0

FOR YEARS 2-5 INCLUDE CONTINUING RESOURCES
FROM PREVIOUS YEARS


                                                    Year        Year        Year         Year        Year
                                                    One         Two         Three        Four        Five
Other Revenue From Existing Sources (specify and
explain)-LINKS TO REVENUE SPREADSHEET ROW 13)                          0            0           0           0
Other Revenue New (specify and explain) (LINKS TO
REVENUE SPREADSHEET ROW 15)                                            0            0           0           0




                                   - -
                         APPENDIX B.7.d


  SENIOR COLLEGE TABLE FOR FIVE-YEAR FINANCIAL PROJECTIONS FOR
                            PROGRAM




Faculty Handbook                                            95


                   - -
The Five-Year Financial Projections for
Program

                                                 Year 1       Year 2       Year 3       Year 4       Year 5

Direct Operating Expenses (Include additional
expenses incurred by other programs when
satisfying needs of new program):

Current Full Time Faculty Replacement Costs
(list separately)
Current Full Time Faculty Overload (include
Summer)
New Full Time Faculty Base Salary (list
separetely)
New Full Time Faculty Overload (include
Summer)
New Faculty Re-assigned Time (list seperately)
Full Time Employee Fringe Benefits (33.0%)                0            0            0            0            0
Total (Links to Full-Time Faculty on Program
Exp Worksheet)                                            0            0            0            0            0

Part Time Faculty Actual Salaries
Part Time Faculty Actual Fringe Benefits (10%)            0            0            0            0            0
Total (Links to Part-Time Faculty Program
Exp Worksheet)                                            0            0            0            0            0

Full Time Staff Base Salary (list separetely)
Full Time Staff Fringe Benefits (33%)                     0            0            0            0            0
Total (Links to Full-Time Staff on Program
Exp Worksheet)                                            0 0                       0            0            0

(DO NOT INCLUDE NEW LIBRARY STAFF IN
THIS SECTION)                                    Year 1       Year 2       Year 3       Year 4       Year 5


                                        - -
Part Time Staff Base Salary (list separately)
Graduate Assistants
Student Hourly
Part Time Employee Fringe Benefits (10.0%)               0            0            0            0            0
Total (Links to Part-Time Staff on Program
Exp Worksheet)                                           0            0            0            0            0

LIBRARY
Library Resources
Library Staff Full Time (List Separately)
Full Time Staff Fringe Benefits (33%)                    0            0            0            0            0
Library Staff Part Time (List Separately)
Part Time Employee Fringe Benefits (10.0%)               0            0            0            0            0
TOTAL (Links to Library on Program Exp
Worksheet)                                               0            0            0            0            0

EQUIPMENT
Computer Hardware
Office Furniture
Other (Specify)
Total (Links to Equipment on Program Exp
Worksheet)                                               0            0            0            0            0

LABORATORIES
Laboratory Equipment
Other (list separately)
TOTAL (Links to Laboratories on Program
Exp Worksheet)                                           0            0            0            0            0



                                                Year 1       Year 2       Year 3       Year 4       Year 5
SUPPLIES AND EXPENSES (OTPS)
Consultants and Honoraria
Office Supplies

                                       - -
Instructional Supplies
Faculty Development
Travel and Conferences
Membership Fees
Advertising and Promotion
Accreditation
Computer Software
Computer License Fees
Computer Repair and Maintenance
Equipment Repair and Maintenance
New Total Supplies and OTPS Expenses
(Links to Supplies on Program Exp
Worksheet                                 0   0   0   0   0

CAPITAL EXPENDITURES
Facility Renovations
Classroom Equipment
Other (list separately)
TOTAL (Links to Capital Expenditures on
Program Exp Worksheet)                    0   0   0   0   0

Other (list separately)




TOTAL (Links to Other on Program Exp
Worksheet)                                0   0   0   0   0




                                  - -
                                     B.8.a

                   COMMUNITY COLLEGE TABLE FOR NEW RESOURCES




Faculty Handbook                                               99
Table 5: New Resources
                                                           Year 1           Year 2           Year 3           Year 4           Year 5
Expenditures
                                                       Academic Year2   Academic Year†   Academic Year†   Academic Year†   Academic Year†
Full Time Faculty                                                   0                0                0                0                0
Part Time Faculty                                                   0                0                0                0                0


Full Time Staff                                                     0                0                0                0                0
Part Time Staff                                                     0                0                0                0                0
Library (Includes Staffing)
                                                                    0                0                0                0                0
Equipment
                                                                    0                0                0                0                0
Laboratories
                                                                    0                0                0                0                0
Supplies & Expenses
(Other than Personal Services)                                      0                0                0                0                0
Capital Expenditures                                                0                0                0                0                0


Other
                                                                    0                0                0                0                0
Total all                                                           0                0                0                0                0

[1] Specify the inflation rate used for projections.
[2] Specify the academic year.
[3] Include fringe benefits.
[4] New resources means resources
engendered specifically by the proposed
program. The new resources from the
previous year should be carried over to the
following year, new resources with adjustments
for inflation, if a continuing cost.

[5] Specify what is included in "other" category,
(e.g.,student financial aid).
                                  B.8.b

              COMMUNITY COLLEGE TABLE FOR PROJECTED REVENUE




Faculty Handbook                                              101
                                                      Projected Revenue Related to the Proposed Program

                                                 1st Year                     2nd Year                   3rd Year                    4th Year                     5th Year
                                                Academic
         Revenues[1]                             Year[2]                 Academic Year†            Academic Year†              Academic Year†                Academic Year†
 Tuition Revenue[3]
 01. From Existing
 Sources[4]                                                      $0                         $0                        $0                            $0                           $0
 02. From New Sources[5]                                         $0                         $0                        $0                            $0                           $0
 03. Total                                                       $0                         $0                        $0                            $0                           $0
 State Revenue[6]
 04. From Existing Sources§                                      $0                         $0                        $0                            $0                           $0
 05. From New Sources**                                          $0                         $0                        $0                            $0                           $0
 06. Total                                                       $0                         $0                        $0                            $0                           $0
 Other Revenue[7]
 07. From Existing Sources§                                      $0                         $0                        $0                            $0                           $0
 08. From New Sources**                                          $0                         $0                        $0                            $0                           $0
 09. Total                                                       $0                         $0                        $0                            $0                           $0
 Grand Total[8]
 10. From Existing Sources§                                      $0                         $0                        $0                            $0                           $0
 11. From New Sources**                                          $0                         $0                        $0                            $0                           $0
 TOTAL                                                           $0                         $0                        $0                            $0                           $0
[1]Specify the inflation rate used for projections.
[2] Specify the academic year.
[3] Please explain how tuition revenue was calculated.
[4] Existing sources means revenue that would have been received by the institution even if the proposed program were not approved.
[5] New sources means revenue engendered by the proposed program. The revenue from new sources from the previous year should be carried over to the following year as revenues from new sources
with adjustments for inflation, if a continuing source of revenue.
[6] Public institutions should include here regular State appropriations applied to the program.
[7] Specify what is included in "other" category.
[8] Enter total of Tuition, State and Other Revenue, from Existing or New Sources.
                             B.8.c

   COMMUNITY COLLEGE SUPPORTING MATERIALS FOR REVENUE TABLE




Faculty Handbook                                         103
The Five-Year Revenue Projections for Program
COMMUNITY COLLEGE WORKSHEET

                                                                          Year        Year        Year         Year        Year
                                                                          One         Two         Three        Four        Five
Tuition & Fees:
Existing Students are students currently enrolled in another program at
your college, or students who would have enrolled in another program
at your college, had the new program not been established.
Number of Majors (Enter # of EXISTING FULL TIME In
State Students)
Tuition Income (Specify Rate per credit) calculates 2%
increase per year                                                          $3,150      $3,213        $3,277     $3,343      $3,410
Total Tuition                                                                  $0          $0            $0         $0          $0
Student Fees (enter ANNUAL program fees other than
standard CUNY fees)
Total Fees                                                                        0           0            0           0           0
Total Instate Tuition & Fees                                                     $0          $0           $0          $0          $0

Tuition & Fees:
Number of Majors (Enter # of EXISTING FULL TIME Out of
State Students)
Tuition Income (Specify Rate per credit) calculates 2%
increase per year                                                          $6,300      $6,426        $6,555     $6,686      $6,819
Total Tuition                                                                  $0          $0            $0         $0          $0
Student Fees (enter ANNUAL program fees other than
standard CUNY fees)
Total Fees                                                                        0           0            0           0           0
Total Out of State Tuition & Fees                                                $0          $0           $0          $0          $0

TOTAL EXISTING FULL TIME TUITION REVENUE                                         $0          $0           $0          $0          $0
                                                              Year        Year        Year         Year        Year
                                                              One         Two         Three        Four        Five
Tuition & Fees:
Number of Majors (Enter # of EXISTING PART-TIME In
State Students)
Total Enrolled Credits (Enter Avg # credits per student per
year-Fall+ Spring+Summer) i.e. 6 Fall, 6 Spring, 3
Summer=15
Tuition Income (Specify Rate per credit) calculates 2%
increase per year                                                $135        $138         $140        $143        $146
Total Tuition                                                      $0          $0           $0          $0          $0
Student Fees (enter ANNUAL program fees other than
standard CUNY fees)
Total Fees                                                            0
Total Instate Tuition & Fees                                         $0          $0           $0          $0          $0

Tuition & Fees:
Number of Majors (Enter # of EXISTING PART-TIME Out of
State Students)
Total Enrolled Credits (Enter Avg # credits per student per
year-Fall+ Spring+Summer) i.e. 6 Fall, 6 Spring, 3
Summer=15
Tuition Income (Specify Rate per credit) calculates 2%
increase per year                                                $210        $214         $218        $223        $227
Total Tuition                                                      $0          $0           $0          $0          $0
Student Fees (enter ANNUAL program fees other than
standard CUNY fees)
Total Fees                                                            0
Total Out of State Tuition & Fees                                    $0          $0           $0          $0          $0

TOTAL EXISTING PART TIME REVENUE                                     $0          $0           $0          $0          $0
TOTAL EXISTING REVENUE (LINKS TO REVENUE
SPREADSHEET ROW 5)                                                          $0          $0           $0          $0          $0
                                                                     Year        Year        Year         Year        Year
                                                                     One         Two         Three        Four        Five
Tuition & Fees:
New Students are students who would NOT have enrolled in another
program at your college, had the new program not been established.
Number of Majors (Enter # of NEW FULL TIME In State
Students)
Tuition Income (Specify Rate per credit) calculates 2%
increase per year                                                     $3,150      $3,213        $3,277     $3,343      $3,410
Total Tuition                                                             $0          $0            $0         $0          $0
Student Fees (enter ANNUAL program fees other than
standard CUNY fees)
Total Fees                                                                   0           0            0           0           0
Total Instate Tuition & Fees                                                $0          $0           $0          $0          $0

Tuition & Fees:
Number of Majors (Enter # of NEW FULL TIME Out of
State Students)
Tuition Income (Specify Rate per credit) calculates 2%
increase per year                                                     $6,300      $6,426        $6,555     $6,686      $6,819
Total Tuition                                                             $0          $0            $0         $0          $0
Student Fees (enter ANNUAL program fees other than
standard CUNY fees)
Total Fees                                                                   0           0            0           0           0
Total Out of State Tuition & Fees                                           $0          $0           $0          $0          $0

TOTAL NEW FULL TIME TUITION REVENUE                                         $0          $0           $0          $0          $0
                                                              Year        Year        Year         Year        Year
                                                              One         Two         Three        Four        Five
Tuition & Fees:
Number of Majors (Enter # of NEW PART-TIME In State
Students)
Total Enrolled Credits (Enter Avg # credits per student per
year-Fall+ Spring+Summer) i.e. 6 Fall, 6 Spring, 3
Summer=15
Tuition Income (Specify Rate per credit) calculates 2%
increase per year                                                $135        $138         $140        $143        $146
Total Tuition                                                      $0          $0           $0          $0          $0
Student Fees (enter ANNUAL program fees other than
standard CUNY fees)
Total Fees                                                            0
Total Instate Tuition & Fees                                         $0          $0           $0          $0          $0

Tuition & Fees:
Number of Majors (Enter # of NEW PART-TIME Out of
State Students)
Total Enrolled Credits (Enter Avg # credits per student per
year-Fall+ Spring+Summer) i.e. 6 Fall, 6 Spring, 3
Summer=15
Tuition Income (Specify Rate per credit) calculates 2%
increase per year                                                $210        $214         $218        $223        $227
Total Tuition                                                      $0          $0           $0          $0          $0
Student Fees (enter ANNUAL program fees other than
standard CUNY fees)
Total Fees                                                            0           0            0           0           0
Total Out of State Tuition & Fees                                    $0          $0           $0          $0          $0

TOTAL NEW PART TIME REVENUE                                          $0          $0           $0          $0          $0
TOTAL NEW REVENUE (LINKS TO REVENUE
SPREADSHEET ROW 7)                                          $0          $0           $0          $0          $0


                                                     Year        Year        Year         Year        Year
                                                     One         Two         Three        Four        Five
# CURRENT FTEs (use prorated FTEs for PT Students)
Appropriaton per FTE (FY10)                           $2,675      $2,675        $2,675     $2,675      $2,675
STATE REVENUE FROM EXISTING SOURCES -LINKS
TO REVENUE SPREADSHEET ROW 9                                $0          $0           $0          $0          $0




# NEW FTEs (use prorated FTE for PT Students)
Appropriaton per FTE (FY10)                           $2,675      $2,675        $2,675     $2,675      $2,675
STATE REVENUE FROM NEW SOURCES -LINKS TO
REVENUE SPREADSHEET ROW 11                                  $0          $0           $0          $0          $0

FOR YEARS 2-5 INCLUDE CONTINUING FTE FROM
PREVIOUS YEARS
                                                     Year        Year        Year         Year        Year
                                                     One         Two         Three        Four        Five
Other Revenue From Existing Sources (specify and
explain)-LINKS TO REVENUE SPREADSHEET ROW 13)
Other Revenue New (specify and explain) (LINKS TO
REVENUE SPREADSHEET ROW 15)
                                B.8.d

         COMMUNITY COLLEGE TABLE FOR THE FIVE YEAR FINANCIAL
                     PROJECTIONS FOR PROGRAM




Faculty Handbook                                               109
  The Five-Year Financial
  Projections for Program

                                                                Year 1       Year 2       Year 3       Year 4       Year 5

Direct Operating Expenses (Include additional expenses
incurred by other programs when satisfying needs of new
program):

Current Full Time Faculty Replacement Costs (list separately)
Current Full Time Faculty Overload (include Summer)
New Full Time Faculty Base Salary (list separetely)
New Full Time Faculty Overload (include Summer)
New Faculty Re-assigned Time (list seperately)
Full Time Employee Fringe Benefits (33.0%)                               0            0            0            0            0
Total (Links to Full-Time Faculty on Program Exp
Worksheet)                                                               0            0            0            0            0

Part Time Faculty Actual Salaries
Part Time Faculty Actual Fringe Benefits (10%)                           0            0            0            0            0

Total (Links to Part-Time Faculty Program Exp Worksheet)                 0            0            0            0            0

Full Time Staff Base Salary (list separetely)
Full Time Staff Fringe Benefits (33%)                                    0            0            0            0            0

Total (Links to Full-Time Staff on Program Exp Worksheet)                0            0            0            0            0

(DO NOT INCLUDE NEW LIBRARY STAFF IN THIS
SECTION)                                                        Year 1       Year 2       Year 3       Year 4       Year 5
Part Time Staff Base Salary (list separately)
Graduate Assistants
Student Hourly
Part Time Employee Fringe Benefits (10.0%)                               0            0            0            0            0
Total (Links to Part-Time Staff on Program Exp Worksheet)            0            0            0            0            0

LIBRARY
Library Resources
Library Staff Full Time (List Separately)
Full Time Staff Fringe Benefits (33%)                                0            0            0            0            0
Library Staff Part Time (List Separately)
Part Time Employee Fringe Benefits (10.0%)                           0            0            0            0            0
TOTAL (Links to Library on Program Exp Worksheet)                    0            0            0            0            0

EQUIPMENT
Computer Hardware
Office Furniture
Other (Specify)
Total (Links to Equipment on Program Exp Worksheet)                  0            0            0            0            0

LABORATORIES
Laboratory Equipment
Other (list separately)
TOTAL (Links to Laboratories on Program Exp Worksheet)               0            0            0            0            0



                                                            Year 1       Year 2       Year 3       Year 4       Year 5
SUPPLIES AND EXPENSES (OTPS)
Consultants and Honoraria
Office Supplies
Instructional Supplies
Faculty Development
Travel and Conferences
Membership Fees
Advertising and Promotion
Accreditation
Computer Software
Computer License Fees
Computer Repair and Maintenance
Equipment Repair and Maintenance
New Total Supplies and OTPS Expenses (Links to Supplies
on Program Exp Worksheet                                  0   0   0   0   0

CAPITAL EXPENDITURES
Facility Renovations
Classroom Equipment
Other (list separately)
TOTAL (Links to Capital Expenditures on Program Exp
Worksheet)                                                0   0   0   0   0

Other (list separately)




TOTAL (Links to Other on Program Exp Worksheet)           0   0   0   0   0
                                       C


                           EVALUATION REPORT
                                 FORM
                        (FOR GRADUATE PROGRAMS ONLY)




     Faculty Handbook                                  113
     Evaluation Report Form for Program Proposals


Institution:
Evaluator(s):

Program title:

Degree title:

Date of evaluation:



    I. Program

    1. Assess program purpose, structure, and requirements as well as formal mechanisms for program
       administration and monitoring.



    2. Comment on the special focus of this program, if any, as it relates to the discipline.



    3. Comment on the plans and expectations for continuing program development and self-assessment.



    4. Assess available support from related programs.



    5. (Only for programs requiring master plan amendment.) What is the evidence of need and demand for the
       program locally, in the State, and in the field at large? What is the extent of occupational demand for
       graduates? What is the evidence that demand will continue?



    II. Faculty

    6. Evaluate the faculty, individually and collectively, in regard to training, experience, research and
       publication, professional service, and recognition in the field.



    7. Assess the faculty in terms of size and qualifications. What are plans for future staffing?



    8. Evaluate credentials and involvement of adjunct and support faculty.



    III. Resources

    9. Comment on the adequacy of physical resources and facilities, e.g., library, computer, and laboratory
    facilities; practica and internship sites; and support services for the program, including use of resources
    outside the institution.



10. (Only for programs requiring master plan amendment.) What is the institution's commitment to the
    program as demonstrated by the operating budget, faculty salaries, and the number of faculty lines
    relative to student numbers and workload.



IV. Summary Comments and Additional Observations

11. Summarize the major strengths and weaknesses of the program as proposed with particular attention to
    feasibility of implementation and appropriateness of objectives for the degree offered. Include any further
    observations important to the evaluation of this program proposal and provide any recommendations for
    the proposed program.
                                           D


       Recommended Format for Articulation
                 Agreements




Faculty Handbook                                                                116


Recommended Articulation Agreement Format

For convenience and consistency, as you prepare the required appendix for your proposal’s
documentation section, you may wish to use this Recommended Articulation Agreement Format:



Agreement initiated by (college) __________________________________________


Sending College: ________________________________________________________

      Department: ______________________________________________________

      Program: _________________________________________________________

      Degree:   _________________________________________________________


Receiving College: _______________________________________________________
       Department: ______________________________________________________

       Program: _________________________________________________________

       Degree:    _________________________________________________________


Admission requirements for senior college program (e.g., minimum GPA, audition/portfolio):




Total transfer credits granted toward the baccalaureate degree: ______________




Total additional credits required at the senior college to complete baccalaureate degree:

_____________________




Course and Title                                                            Credits


General Education (Liberal Arts, Core, Distribution) and other Required Courses

______________________________________________________                      ____________
______________________________________________________                      ____________
______________________________________________________                      ____________
______________________________________________________                      ____________
______________________________________________________                      ____________
______________________________________________________                      ____________
______________________________________________________                      ____________
______________________________________________________                      ____________
                                                SUBTOTAL                    ____________


                                   Prerequisite and Major Courses

______________________________________________________                      ____________
______________________________________________________                      ____________
______________________________________________________                      ____________
______________________________________________________                      ____________
______________________________________________________                      ____________
_______________________________________________________                     ____________
______________________________________________________                      ____________
_____________________________________________________                       ____________
                                                            SUBTOTAL ____________


Procedures for reviewing, updating, modifying or terminating agreement:




Procedures for evaluating agreement, e.g., tracking the number of students who transfer under the
articulation agreement and their success:




Sending and receiving college procedures for publicizing agreement, e.g., college catalogs, transfer
advisers, Websites:




Websites:




Additional Information:




Effective Date: ______________________________




_________________________________                   ___________________________
Signature of Sending College                        Signature of Receiving College
Chief Academic Officer                              Chief Academic Officer



_________________________________                   ____________________________
Signature of Sending College                        Signature of Receiving College
Department Chairperson                              Department Chairperson
_____________________________
Signature of Receiving College
(If joint program)

				
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