CBAPP Policy and Procedure

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Summer Schedule Policy

The following guidelines direct the creation and assignment of faculty to the summer school schedule.

  1. FTE from the prior summer session and anticipated demand drives the schedule for the following summer.  Each department will be given specific FTES targets for summer based on enrollment trends.
  2. The summer schedule will serve the best interests of students and the mission of the SBPA.  Consequently, core and required concentration courses will be offered.
  3. Faculty who did not teach summer school in the prior year will have priority regarding the availability of teaching assignments in the current year.
  4. The School will average the cost of faculty salaries across departments in determining the summer budget.
  5. The School will maintain the same ratio of full-time to part-time faculty in the summer as averaged during the prior three summers.  The summer budget is part of our fiscal year budget.
  6. Full-time faculty will not be assigned a second course until all full-time faculty who want to teach have an opportunity to do so (given academic integrity).
  7. These guidelines will be followed except in unusual circumstances that dictate a departure to better serve students and the mission of the SBPA.

This policy was approved by business program faculty 3-12-04, subsequently thereafter also approved by public administration faculty.

Item 5 was changed in December 2004 from “during spring and fall semesters” to “as averaged during the prior three summers” per Dean Strong as directed by Provost Mori upon recommendation of the Chancellor’s Office.

Item 6 was changed December 2004 from “all faculty” to “all full-time faculty” per recommendation of the Chairs Committee, 12-15-04 and approval of Dean Strong.

Drop/Withdrawal Information

"Pusuant to our discussion of EO 268, I am now requiring that all deans, prior to approving and signing  withdrawal forms in the last three weeks of instruction, ensure that the student has submitted and has appended to the form the appropriate documentation supporting the circumstances clearly beyond the student's control necessitating the withdrawal."

By way of a copy of this memorandum to Gayle A. Ball, I am requesting that the Registrar's Office not accept any withdrawal forms during the last three weeks of instruction that do not have appropriate documentation appended to them.

Summer Schedule Policy

 

The following guidelines direct the creation and assignment of faculty to the summer school schedule.

 

1.  FTE from the prior summer session and anticipated demand drives the schedule for the following summer.  Each department will be given specific FTES targets for summer based on enrollment trends.

 

2.  The summer schedule will serve the best interests of students and the mission of the SBPA.  Consequently, core and required concentration courses will be offered.

 

3.   Faculty who did not teach summer school in the prior year will have priority regarding the availability of teaching assignments in the current year.

 

4.   The School will average the cost of faculty salaries across departments in determining the summer budget.

 

5.   The School will maintain the same ratio of full-time to part-time faculty in the summer as averaged during the prior three summers.  The summer budget is part of our fiscal year budget.

 

6.   Full-time faculty will not be assigned a second course until all full-time faculty who want to teach have an opportunity to do so (given academic integrity).

 

    These guidelines will be followed except in unusual circumstances that dictate a departure to better serve students and the mission of the SBPA.

 

 

 

 

This policy was approved by business program faculty 3-12-04, subsequently thereafter also approved by public administration faculty.

 

Item 5 was changed in December 2004 from “during spring and fall semesters” to “as averaged during the prior three summers” per Dean Strong as directed by Provost Mori upon recommendation of the Chancellor’s Office.

 

Item 6 was changed December 2004 from “all faculty” to “all full-time faculty” per recommendation of the Chairs Committee, 12-15-04 and approval of Dean Strong.
 Drop/Withdrawal Information

"Pusuant to our discussion of EO 268, I am now requiring that all deans, prior to approving and signing  withdrawal forms in the last three weeks of instruction, ensure that the student has submitted and has appended to the form the appropriate documentation supporting the circumstances clearly beyond the student's control necessitating the withdrawal."

By way of a copy of this memorandum to Gayle A. Ball, I am requesting that the Registrar's Office not accept any withdrawal forms during the last three weeks of instruction that do not have appropriate documentation appended to them.