Annual Curriculum Review
Plan ahead and be sure to include these important dates in your division calendars!
Curriculum Review Timeline
See the Curriculum Review Timeline for a chart showing deadlines, action items, and responsibility.
1/16/18: Final Curriculum Committee deadline for 2018-19
For any courses/programs that need to come through the official curriculum process. View all 2017-18 Curriculum Committee meeting deadlines and dates
3/9/18: Final curriculum review deadline for 2018-19
This deadline is only for updates to programs/certificates in the Program Update Portal (PUP), and for revisions to course descriptions and learning outcomes. Use these tools to review and update course descriptions/outcomes and programs/certificates. See your department admin for help updating descriptions and learning outcomes.
- Course Description Review and Editing
- Course Editor tool
- Program Review and Editing- PUP (Program Update Portal)
- View the prior 2017-18 program information submitted to the state
What do you plan to revise, add, or suspend?
- New programs
- Revised programs: Every Career Technical program must be reviewed and updated each year by program faculty using the Program Update Portal (PUP)
- New courses
- Course revisions, e.g. change in description or learing outcomes, credit or contact hours, title or course number changes, pre-requisites or co-requisites
- Apply for AAOT discipline studies status (Arts & Letters, Information Literacy, Math, Sci/Comp Sci, Social Sci, Speech/Oral Comm)
- Apply for Human Relations status for lower-division collegiate (transfer) or career-technical courses
- Apply for Cultural Literacy or Health/Wellness/Fitness status
- Suspending courses? please contact the Curriculum Office
- Suspending programs/certificates? Please see the suspension letter template and information on the curriculum forms page.
What needs to go through the Curriculum Committee and college approval process?
Be sure to always use the most current curriculum forms.
- New programs and certificates (can take up to a year to develop new programs and gain college and state approval)
- Course title, prefix, number changes
- Credits or contact hour changes
- Courses with multiple changes that constitute major revision to the course curriculum
- New courses (including 199/299 courses to be converted to permanent status)
- Experimental 199/299 courses
- AAOT discipline studies applications; Human Relations applications; Sustainability
- Note: Cultural Literacy and Health/Wellness/Fitness applications are approved by subcommittees