Academic Programs and Coordination
Academic planning functions have moved under the auspices of Institutional Research, now known as Institutional Research and Academic Planning. We are in the process of revising these websites to reflect the change. If you have questions, please contact Todd Greenspan.
APPC analyzes student demand, workforce needs and other pressures that influence projected enrollments, as well as identify issues related to the University's ability to accommodate students over the long term.
An informational supplement to assist campuses in the submission of Two-Year Performance Goals Statements to UCOP.
APPC coordinates University of California responses related to reviews of the Master Plan for Higher Education in California as well as other major studies of California higher education.
A new policy on Self-Supporting Graduate Degree Programs was adopted in September 2011.
Information on the new Rule amending the Cuban Assets Control Regulations (31 CFR Part 515) governing transactions with Cuba.
Report of the task force, charged with developing procedures for identifying and articulating the educational objectives of UC undergraduate academic programs and with determining methods for evaluating the success of those programs.
Documents and reports relating to the Task Force on Faculty Instructional Activities and the subsequent Implementation Task Force.
The Academic Planning Council (APC) is a joint Senate/ Administration committee that raises questions, frames issues, and guides analyses concerning the university’s size, shape, and long-range academic direction.
Summer session classes can help UC students complete course requirements for their undergraduate degrees.