File Naming Protocol - UPDATED
Note that the File Naming Protocol has been updated for Fall 2015 with the AP&P division into Undergraduate and Graduate AP&P Committees.
The main form (Part A and B) should be named for your college/school and department or program, with the appropriate sequential number. For example, if the Department of Nursing proposes a new course called Adult Health Nursing (NUR 3100) and it is the third proposal that the Department of Nursing has completed in 2016, the file should be saved as U_HS_NUR _2016_35.pdf.
UPDATE to Protocol: Beginning Fall 2015, all proposals should:
- Use a U or G prefix in the file name to denote undergraduate or graduate (ex. U_HS_NUR _2016_35.pdf or G_HS_NUR _2016_4.pdf). Proposals requiring approval by both committees should use the prefix "GU".
- U, G, and GU proposals should all maintain the numbering sequence of 1, 2, 3... no matter what the prefix is.
- The year included in the file name should reflect the fall term of the academic year in which the proposal was submitted to AP&P. For example, a proposal submitted in October 2016 would be listed as 2016. A proposal submitted in Feb 2017 would also be listed as 2016 since the submision date was during the 2016-2017 academic year.
- Gen Ed proposals (Part C only) will also use the U prefix.
Suggested college/school abbreviations to be used are listed below:
|College of Arts and Sciences||CAS|
|Walker College of Business||COB|
|Reich College of Education||COE|
|College of Fine and Applied Arts||FAA|
|Beaver College of Health Sciences||HS|
|Hayes School of Music||MUS|
|School of Graduate Studies||GRAD|