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What does CAP stand for?

CAP stands for Curriculum and Academic Policy


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An original and nineteen copies of the proposal, Course Inventory and Course Modification Requests, and supporting letters or forms from potentially affected departments or program units should be submitted through the dean's office of the department's college or school to the Undergraduate Curriculum and Academic Policy Committee. At the same time, the dean's office should provide copies to all other deans of colleges and schools to be made available for additional review by curriculum committees, departments, and faculty and to the Office of the Provost, and other university offices as deemed necessary by the Office of the Provost and the Council of Deans.
The Committee on Curriculum and Academic Policy (CCAP), a standing committee of the School of Medicine Faculty Senate , is chaired by Preetha Basaviah, MD, FAACP, the Assistant Dean of Pre-Clerkship Education.
Curriculum and Academic Policy Committee Committee Details Fall 2015 Meeting Schedule: Mondays 10am-11am SBSB 3228 Committee Contacts.
The Curriculum and Academic Policy Committee ordinarily meets weekly when classes are in session, and proposals will be added to the agenda in the order they are submitted. Courses approved by the Committee will then go to the College Faculty for a final vote of approval. All requests/materials (other than a new course proposal) that you wish to be reviewed by the Curriculum and Academic Policy Committee are to be e-mailed to capc@sewanee.
Changes in Existing Programs Academic units have primary responsibility for determining the curriculum requirements for major, minor, and certificate programs. Upon review, the University Curriculum and Academic Policy Committee normally approves recommendations for program changes. However, changes in programs may have significant resource implications, sometimes for other academic units, and the following process is intended to facilitate appropriate levels of communication of changes and consideration of the implications of changes.