Recommended Practices for Reviewing Programs Offered Across Units and/or Divisions
Applicable to: Life Sciences; Rotman Commerce; Master of Science in Biomedical Communications; programs offered in association with Colleges (constituent and federated); Faculty of Arts and Science undergraduate programs in Music and Forestry; and tri-campus graduate programs* (PDF).
Not applicable to: Programs offered with external institutions (e.g., joint programs with Sheridan/Michener/Centennial; conjoint programs with the Toronto School of Theology; dual degrees); collaborative specializations; combined or double degree programs.
The Commissioning Officer (in the case of decanal reviews) should work with the head of the unit(s) (see examples below) involved in the offering of the program(s) under review throughout the review process, on the following:
|Program(s)||Commissioning Officer||Other Unit Heads to Involve|
|Life Science undergraduate programs||Dean, Faculty of Medicine||Dean, Faculty of Arts and Science|
|Rotman Commerce||Dean, Faculty of Arts and Science||Dean, Rotman School of Management|
|Master of Science in Biomedical Communications, MScBMC||Dean, Faculty of Medicine||Dean & Vice-Principal Academic, University of Toronto Mississauga|
|Music, BA (normally part of Music provostial review)||Vice-Provost, Academic Programs||Dean, Faculty of Music; |
Dean, Faculty of Arts and Science
|Undergraduate programs associated with constituent/federated Colleges||Dean, Faculty of Arts and Science||College Principal|