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1 L&S Departments, Programs, Centers & Institutes by Divisional Associate Dean
222402019-08-1957695
2 L&S Instructional Policy for Undergraduate Directed/Independent Study Courses (for instructors and departments)
201332019-07-0822569
3 How Do We Change the Name of Our Academic Program or Department?
200522019-06-076321
4 What is the most appropriate breadth designation for a course my department is proposing?
270312019-04-1933544
5 Peer Learning and Credit - L&S Guidelines
475802019-03-251407
6 L&S Academic Planning: New Majors, Certificates, and Formally Transcripted Options
200492019-03-083814
7 How to Propose Changes to L&S Program Requirements (Major, Named Option, Certificate, Graduate Minor)
200132019-03-045320
8 Liberal Arts and Science (LAS), Level, and Breadth Designations - Review and criteria
200922019-02-219844
9 L&S Guidance on syllabus policies
805662019-02-21708
10 Who May Teach Directed/Independent Study Courses in L&S?
237452019-02-214717
11 L&S: Proposing New Courses & Changing Existing Courses
199842019-02-217285
12 L&S Interdisciplinary Subject Listing
200932019-02-212668
13 L&S Guidelines for Topics Courses
201192019-02-213121
14 L&S: How can departments/programs avoid creating problems with "Meets-With" arrangements?
215362019-02-212912
15 Administrative Review of L&S Course Proposals
759572019-01-101695
16 Increasing Curricular Flexibility
215342018-11-294724
17 Criteria for Liberal Arts and Science Courses
438192018-10-013740
18 Guidance on the L&S level designation
805682018-09-051192
19 L&S Admin Training - "The Nuts and Bolts of L&S Honors"
410192018-09-042178
20 L&S APC Policy on Creating, Restructuring, or Discontinuing Departments, Programs, and Department-like Units
201522018-02-165698

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