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Physical Address:
Administration Building
Room 105
Moscow, ID
83844-3152

Phone: 208-885-6448
Fax: 208-885-6558
provost@uidaho.edu

Mailing Address:
875 Perimeter Dr.
MS 3152
Moscow, ID
83844-3152

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Program Planning and Review

The Office of the Provost and Executive Vice President is responsible for obtaining appropriate approval and/or providing notification for academic actions to the Idaho State Board of Education, the Idaho State Department of Education, and the University’s regional accrediting body, the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities. While the decision to make academic changes is an institutional prerogative and responsibility, the University of Idaho must take appropriate action to comply with reporting policy and maintain accreditation.

Deadlines for AY 2017-18 Processing:

  • October 1 for Group C items, being implemented summer 2018
  • October 1 for A and B items
  • November 1 for Group C items, being implemented summer 2019

The University of Idaho must complete a program proposal to create, modify or discontinue undergraduate and graduate program majors and/or degrees. A proposal is also required for an academic certificate that requires 30 credits or more for completion. Some kinds of substantive changes also require a program proposal form.

Click here to see the detailed category list (Groups A, B, C) and the approval process workflow on the University Curriculum Committee page.

A short form (program component or non-substantive minor change request) is required for creating, modifying or discontinuing a program component. Program components consist of options, emphases, minors and teaching endorsements. A short form is also used for an academic certificate that requires less than 30 credits for completion. Certain types of changes to undergraduate and graduate programs, as well as program components, may require completion of the (full) program proposal; the short form may not be accepted.

Click here to see the detailed category list (Groups A, B, C) and the approval process workflow on the University Curriculum Committee page.

Contact Us

Physical Address:
Administration Building
Room 105
Moscow, ID
83844-3152

Phone: 208-885-6448
Fax: 208-885-6558
provost@uidaho.edu

Mailing Address:
875 Perimeter Dr.
MS 3152
Moscow, ID
83844-3152

Directions