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Information regarding curriculum change and calendar submissions for the 2025-2026 academic year coming soon.
Welcome to Undergraduate Calendar Publications
Undergraduate Calendar Publications produces and archives Toronto Metropolitan University's undergraduate calendars. We also provide support and guidance to departments considering curriculum changes.
Are you looking for instructions on making a course, curriculum, or policy change? Find the type of change you're making in the following sections.
- Create a new course
- Update an existing course
- Retire a course (no longer intend to offer it)
- Add, delete, or reposition course(s) in an existing curriculum
- Create a new degree program, minor, or specialization
- Add or discontinue a concentration or co-op option for an existing program
- Change the number or position of requirements within a curriculum
- Update a Liberal Studies table
- Change admission requirements
- Program-specific standing or graduation variations
- Grading variations for courses
- Change program name
- Change degree designation
- Change mode of delivery
The different forms that need to be completed to make calendar changes, organized by complexity.
We've produced videos and documents explaining some of the more complex curriculum change processes in depth.
Instructions on how to mark up calendar copy (including Program Overview, Curriculum Information, and Program Advisory Council) and submit it to Undergraduate Publications.
Names of faculty and their credentials are published in the calendar once a year. They must be verified by HR before the Dean submits updated copy to the Undergraduate Publications Office. Chairs should advise faculty to send any updates to their Deans before the end of September. Deans should forward all verified updates, including deletions, to Publications as soon as possible thereafter.
We produce reports that show the current courses offered by each Academic Organization, the current calendar-year positioning of core courses in full-time degree programs, and the relationships among courses.