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NYSED Registration Guidance: Steps for Submission to Graduate Council (or ICC) and Academic Senate

Application for Registration of a New Degree Program

To expedite RIT's internal review process and ensure alignment with NYSED regulations for degree requirements, programs are asked to submit the NYSED Registration Application to the appropriate curricular review body at the same time they submit the proposal.

The NYSED Registration Application should be submitted to the Assistant Provost. Feedback will be provided as part of the review and approval process.

1. The NYSED Application for Registration of a New General Academic Degree Program (non-doctoral) contains the following:

  • Submission Instructions
  • Master Plan Amendment (download Supplement)
  • External Review
  • General Information
  • Attestation and Assurances 
  • Program Purpose, Objectives and Targets
  • Curriculum and Course Information
  • Table A: Undergraduate Program Schedule or
  • Table B: Graduate Program Schedule
  • Faculty Information - Existing Core Faculty
  • Faculty Information - Faculty to be Hired
     

Note: If the new program proposal is for any program listed below, please use the Application for Registration of a New Program in a Licensed Profession

  • Architecture
  • Dietetics/Nutrition
  • Engineering
  • interior design
  • Physician Assistant
  • Certified Public Accountants
  • Public Accountants
     

2. If the new program will be offered in Distance Education format, you must also complete the Application to Add the Distance Education Format to a New or Registered Program Form

  • IMPORTANT: You do NOT NEED TO ANSWER QUESTIONS IN PART A of the Distance Education Application.
  • Sample responses for you to consider for questions in Part B can be found at RIT Standard Answers for Distance Ed Forms.
     

3. Using the New York State Application for Registration of a New Program prepare a word document as follows using the information below to assist in transferring information from the RIT New Program Proposal Form to the NYSED application form.

GENERAL INFORMATION

  • Instution (Legal Name): Rochester Institute of Technology
  • Institution Code: 460500
  • Proposed Program Title:
  • Degree Award:
  • Address or Any Campus Where the Proposed Program WIll Be Offered (main and/or branch campuses):
  • Full-time or Part-time (see footnote 1 on form):
  • All Program Format(s)  (standard, distance education (see footnote 2 on form) evening, weekend and/or other):
  • Joint Registration IHE (if applicable):
  • Total Number of Credits:
  • Lead Contact: Dr. Anne Wahl, Assistant Provost

ATTESTATION AND ASSURANCES

CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE or ACADEMIC OFFICER/PROVOST

  • Signature:
  • Date:
  • Type or print name and title of signatory: Dr. Ellen M. Granberg, Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs
  • Phone Number: 585-475-2392
     

Information for the following sections may be copied from your original program proposal.  Carefully follow all of the instructions on the form to ensure you are providing complete and accurate information.

PROGRAM PURPOSE

PROGRAM OBJECTIVES

PROGRAM TARGETS

CURRICULUM AND COURSE INFORMATION

PROGRAM SCHEDULE

  • Provide the sample program schedule
    • Table A for Undergraduate Program Schedule
    • Table B for Graduate Program Schedule
  • Include a list of course titles for all courses:
    • Attach syllabi for new or changed courses or
    • Provide course descriptions and objectives (if course syllabi are not available)
       

FACULTY INFORMATION

  • Existing Core Faculty 
  • Faculty to be Hired     
  • If a course is also taught at an International location, the faculty member teaching the course must also be listed     
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          

APPLICATION FOR DISTANCE ED (If applicable)


4. Once ready for submission, the Assistant Provost will obtain the necessary approvals and signatures and submit the Application for Registration of a New Program Form to NYSED for processing.

5. The Assistant Provost will advise the initiator of the Proposal once it has been submitted to NYSED.

If you have any questions or require assistance, please contact the Assistant Provost.

NOTE: The proposed program may not be advertised or admit students until approval has been granted and formal authorization received from NYSED.

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