G Unnecessary Duplication The elimination of unnecessary program duplication is

G unnecessary duplication the elimination of

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G. Unnecessary Duplication The elimination of unnecessary program duplication is a high priority of the State Regents. Where other similar programs may serve the same potential student population, the proposed program must be sufficiently different from existing programs or access to existing programs must be sufficiently limited to warrant initiation of a new program. Provide specific evidence that the proposed program is not unnecessarily duplicative of similar offerings at other state system institutions. Click here to enter text. Have you explored opportunities to collaborate in dual, joint, or consortial programs? Yes If yes, explain and, if applicable, attach Memorandum of Understanding and all appropriate documents regarding the dual, joint, or consortial degree plan. Click here to enter text. No
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Page 7 of 11 Revised July 2019 If no, explain Click here to enter text. H. Cost and Funding of the Proposed Program The resource requirements and planned sources of funding of the proposed program must be detailed in order to assess the adequacy of the resources to support a quality program. This assessment is to ensure that the program will be efficient in its resource utilization and to assess the impact of this proposed program on the institution’s overall need for funds. Provide evidence of adequate funding, which will include, but not be limited to: 1. Reallocation of Existing Resources: The institution must provide evidence of campus funds to be reallocated to the proposed program. The source and process of reallocation must be specifically detailed. An analysis of the impact of the reduction on existing programs and/or organization units must be presented. Click here to enter text. 2. Tuition and Fees: The institution must provide evidence of a projected increase in total student enrollments to the campus as a result of the proposed program. Click here to enter text. 3. Discontinuance or Downsizing of an Existing Program or Organizational Unit: The institution must provide adequate documentation to demonstrate sufficient savings to the state to offset new costs and justify approval for the proposed program. Click here to enter text. Cost/Funding Explanation Complete the following table for the first five years of the proposed program and provide an explanation of how the institution will sustain funding needs for the life of the proposed program in the absence of additional funds from the State Regents. *The total funding and expenses in the table should be the same, or explain sources(s) of additional funding for the proposed program. (NOTE: Each funding and/or expense amount provided must include an explanation regarding the source of the funds or how the funds will be utilized.) Cost/Funding Summary: Program Resource Requirements Year of Program A. Funding Sources 1 st Year 2 nd Year 3 rd Year 4 th Year 5 th Year Total Resources Available from Federal Sources Explanation: Click here to enter text.
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