Please see below for information on where to submit program development forms.

Submit the following forms to Growth and Diversification Steering Committee (with a cc to Kate Irving) with the subject line: Concept proposal for consideration.

Form Description

Concept proposal

Prior to developing a full Proposal Plan the concept proposal is required to be completed and submitted to GDSC. Note: this is for new programs only.

Concept proposal
(UoAC proposals only)

There is a differentiated concept form which must be submitted for concept proposals regarding programs offered by the University of Adelaide College.

Submit the following forms directly to APEAC

Form Description

Addition of a
new program/
revision of
an existing

Major revisions require consideration by APEAC, minor revisions do not. To help determine whether a program development is a major or minor revision, refer to the table of revision categories.

Advice and guidance on completion of the form can be obtained from APEAC.

It is important to note that the Program, plan and sub-plan forms must now be submitted with the proposal. The proposal will be returned if the forms are not attached.

Revision of
of an existing program

A proposal to revise entry requirements must be considered by APEAC. Upon recommendation of APEAC, the revision of entry requirements can be approved by the DVC(A).

Advice and guidance on completion of the form can be obtained from APEAC.

Inactivation of
an existing program
If a program will permanently cease to be offered to commencing students an application has to be considered by APEAC.

Do not use this form if the program will simply be temporarily unavailable to commencing students (use Suspension of an Existing Program form below).

Submit the following form to Education Quality Compliance

Form Description
Suspension of
an existing program

Where a program is to be temporarily unavailable for a specified period of time the Program Suspension Form is completed. Students currently enrolled in the program continue their enrolment until they complete the requirements of the award.

Submission of suspension proposals

  1. Complete the 'Program Suspension Proposal' Faculty Section page 1-2 and forward to Admissions.
  2. Admissions provides data on active applications, offers and acceptances and other data as relevant for consideration by the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (External Engagement).
  3. In the event that the:
    a. DVC(EE) endorses the proposal to suspend program: the program form is returned to Admissions for implementation including notification to all relevant parties;
    b. DVC(EE) does NOT endorse the proposal: the DVC(EE) will discuss with the Executive Dean and/or relevant parties. Admissions will defer implementation of suspension until DVC(EE) endorsement is obtained.