Submissions for the 2024-2026 undergraduate and law catalogs are now open.
Deadlines for Curriculum Change Proposals, 2024-2026
- April 1, 2023: Priority deadline for new degree programs and new majors within an existing degree
- May 31, 2023: Final deadline for all new credentials (degree programs, new majors within existing degrees, some certificates) that require approval of the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB) and/or Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC)
- July 31, 2023: Final deadline for all other Curriculum Change Proposals
**Please note that, due to the recent changes to the UT Austin academic calendar, the final deadline for Curriculum Change Proposals submission is earlier than prior cycles.**
For more information on catalogs, course inventory, and credentials, see the Registrar's reference page.
Before submitting your Curriculum Change Proposal to the Office of the General Faculty, please be sure you have acquired all of the necessary internal approvals. More information can typically be found in your College's governance documents. More resources for submitters can be found here.
Track the approval process of your submitted Curriculum Change Proposal here. This tracker is used to monitor works in progress. Items listed here may require many levels of approval and still be pending full and final approval.
Proposal Guides and Information
Info sheets for each form may be found here.
Detailed guides and information may be found here.
CCP Form Submission Links
All proposals are submitted electronically by the college to the Office of the General Faculty.
Only authorized users will be able to access these forms. If you cannot log in with your UT EID, please contact the Office of the General Faculty.
- Academic Change (Non-Credential): Changes to a college/school's academic policy, requirements, etc. that do not involve a specific credential
- New Degree or Major: Adding an entirely new degree program or major
- Change to Existing Degree or Major: Making alterations (barring deletion) to a degree or major that already exists
- New Minor: Adding an entirely new transcript-recognized minor
- Change to Existing Minor: Making alterations (barring deletion) to a minor that already exists
- New Certificate: Adding a completely new certificate program
- Change to Existing Certificate: Making alterations (barring deletion) to a certificate program that already exists
- Delete Credential: Deleting a degree program, minor, or certificate