Modify Concentration Form - Academic Approval Tracking

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Modify a Graduate Concentration
This form should be used to modify an existing concentration in a graduate or interdisciplinary major,
including changing the credits or curriculum of a concentration. Submit one form per degree level. To propose
a new concentration or to request the termination of a concentration, follow the procedures at
http://approval.ufl.edu. Instructions for completing and submitting this form begin on the last page.
Concentration
1.
Degree Level:
Select one:
B
M
2.
Concentration: Click here to enter text.
3.
Effective Term: Select
D
S
E
P
Effective Year: Select
4. All Department / Degree / Major Combinations that will Offer the Concentration
Click here to enter text.
5. Proposed Changes
Click here to enter text.
6. Pedagogical Rationale/Justification
Click here to enter text.
7. Impact on Other Programs
Click here to enter text.
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As curriculum is usually modified when taken to another platform, it is important to prepare a document
showing the catalog copy with the current and proposed curricula edited using the “track changes” feature
in Word.
Prepare supporting documentation showing evidence of consultation with and support from any other
affected academic units. In particular, include consent to changes from each affected department (this
could be in the form of a signature page, a memo, etc.).
Request to Modify a Graduate Concentration Form
Revised 3/19/2015
UF, Academic Affairs
Instructions
This form should be used to request the modification of an existing concentration. To propose a new
concentration or to request the termination/closure of a concentration, follow the procedures at
http://approval.ufl.edu.
Submit one form for each degree level. For example, submit two forms to change a concentration at the
master’s level and doctoral level. Submit a single form to change a concentration in multiple degrees at the
same level (example: M.A., M.S., M.S.T.).
Concentration
1. Indicate the degree level in which the concentration is offered. This must be one of the following: BBachelor's Degree; M-Master's Degree; D-Doctoral Degree; S-Specialist Degree; E-Engineer Degree; PProfessional Doctorate.
2. Enter the name of the concentration to be modified.
3. Enter the term (semester and year) at which the modification should be effective.
All Department / Degree / Major Combinations that will Offer the Concentration
4. List all the department / degree / major combinations at the degree level which offer the concentration.
For example, if you are requesting a change to the “Wetland Sciences” concentration at the master’s level,
you would need to list all master’s level degree / major combinations from every participating
department:
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
i.
j.
…
Forest Resources and Conservation: M.S. in Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences
Forest Resources and Conservation: M.S. in Forest Resources and Conservation
Forest Resources and Conservation: M.F.A.S. in Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences
Forest Resources and Conservation: M.F.R.C. in Forest Resources and Conservation
Geography: M.A in Geography
Geography: M.S. in Geography
Geological Sciences: M.S. in Geology
Geological Sciences: M.S.T. in Geology
…
Proposed Changes
5. Describe the proposed changes to the concentration.
Pedagogical Rationale/Justification
6. Describe the rationale for the proposed changes to the concentration.
Impacts on other programs
7. Describe any potential impact on other programs or departments, including increased need for general
education or common prerequisite courses, or increased need for required or elective courses outside of
the existing program.
Request to Modify a Graduate Concentration Form
Revised 3/19/2015
UF, Academic Affairs
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