Forms & Instructions
There are several forms for the review process: Course Form (e-Curr), Program Modification Form (Green) Academic Program Forms (CourseDog) General Education Forms (CourseDog), Writing Course Form (CourseDog). Course Form is used for a new course or changes to a single course. Changes include deletion, change in credit, course number, level (U to UG, etc.), pre-requisites or description, cross-listing, or repeatability. The Program Modification form is used for minor changes to programs, such as adding a course requirement for the major. Level I & II program changes require Board of Regents approval and additional forms (refer to Provost Office instructions).
Editorial changes are made to the catalog via communication with the Registrar's Office and do not require a form or review by a subcommittee. The Associate Registrar sends catalog copy to departments each academic year for review and approval. Editorial changes are made directly on the catalog copy and returned to the Associate Registrar.
Prepare a form from the list below and submit the original, and an electronic file to the Faculty Senate Office (program modification, or general education form). Course forms are submitted electronically through e-curr. The Provost's Office must approve all academic requests (level I and level II) before they are submitted to the Senate Office.
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General Education Course
Use the General Education Forms in Coursedog (Use the NEW PROPOSAL under Actions on the right side of the page) to request a new, renewal or one-time-only General Education Course. Login with your umontana email address. The default document type is New Course even for renewals.
Use the Coursedog Intermediate Writing Course Form or the Advanced Writing Course Form to request a new Writing Course. Login using your umontana email address, and use the NEW PROPOSAL under Actions on the left side of the page. The default document type is new course or new program even for renewals.
Dual Degree Creation
Use the Dual Degree Creation Form to propose a dual degree pathway between two programs that currently exist. Students must complete the standards specified for each program. Up to nine credits in elective, non-core courses could be applied to both degrees.
Note: A joint degree is a combined degree that allows students to obtain a single degree with a specialization in two related fields. A joint degree requires OCHE/BOR approval (level II – new program).