The Academic Intake form is utilized to inform Academic Affairs and the University Curriculum Committee of the department's intent regarding programs, articulation agreements, partnering with a new institution or initiating coursework in an off-campus location. By submitting the Intake form, Academic Affairs is able to determine feasibility of offering the program, necessity of the program and if the proposal is a substantive change possibly requiring SACSCOC prior approval or notification.
- A new major not previously offered
- A new degree program not previously offered
- Consolidate an existing academic program*
- Consolidate existing academic programs regardless of degree designations for Performance Funding purposes only*
- Conversion of an existing ground program to a fully on-line program*
- Curriculum modifications with increase or decrease total hours required for a degree*
- Establish a certificate 24 credit hours or less using one or more new courses, regardless of degree level#
- Establish a certificate 24 credit hours or less using only existing courses, regardless of degree level (repackaging of existing courses)*
- Establish a new concentration or minor#
- Establish an articulation agreement between institutions*
- Inactivation of an existing program or concentration*
- Reactivation of a program that was placed on inactivation within the past 3 years*
- Termination with or without phase-out of an existing program or concentration*
- Changes to degree designations or existing academic programs#
- Elevation of an existing concentration to a stand alone academic program#
* Intake form requires approval of Department Chair, Associate Dean, Dean and Academic Affairs Curriculum Coordinator.
# Intake form requires approval of Department Chair, Associate Dean, Dean, Academic Affairs Curriculum Coordinator, VP/AVPAA, Provost/VPAA.