The Vice-Provost, Teaching and Learning oversees the submission and approval of curriculum proposals for the University through the Academic Programs Committee (APC).
Provotrack is a web-based curriculum submission tool that departments and Faculties/Schools use to submit their curriculum proposals through the approval process. Provotrack allows users to revise their dossiers as they are presented throughout the process, and proposals are retained in a database management system.
Provotrack requires users to have a login code and password which can be requested from Julie Johnston in the Office of the Vice-Provost, Teaching and Learning.
Curriculum proposals submitted to the Academic Programs Committee (APC) include changes to existing programs and courses, as well as proposals for new undergraduate and graduate programs. Separate guideline documents for undergraduate and graduate proposals outline the curriculum flow from creation in the department/unit through to Senate approval. Each document also includes a flowchart of the internal process and a brief summary of the procedures for new programs being submitted to the BCI (formerly CREPUQ) and MELS. The full BCI and MELS procedural documents can be found under the External Resources heading.
- Curriculum Approval Process for Curriculum Changes and New Programs (graduate and undergraduate)
- Undergraduate Calendar Style Guide
- Canadian Oxford Online Dictionary
- Curriculum Mapping Guidelines (CSpace)
All proposals must be created using Concordia's curriculum processing tool, Provotrack (see above). Training is available upon request by contacting Julie Johnston, University Curriculum Administrator.
- Ministère de l’Éducation et de l'Enseignement supérieur (MEES)
- Comité d’agrément des programmes de formation à l’enseignement (CAPFE)
- Bureau de coopération interuniversitaire (BCI, formerly known as CREPUQ)