Step 3 - Committee Review
The Curriculum Committee, represented by CTE and LDC faculty, reviews each course submission. They look for consistency in language for the course descriptions, requisites, contact/credit hour and student learning outcomes and the plan to assess those outcomes. They are available for consultation should one have questions about the process.
A faculty member representing the course needs to attend the meeting to address any questions raised by the Committee. After the meeting, the Curriculum Office will post the minutes of the meeting online. The minutes will include committee recommended changes to the original submission.
When courses go before the committee, they may be:
- Recommended as Amended
- Withdrawn by SAC Request
Recommended and Recommended as Amended Courses
Recommended and recommended as amended courses move forward in the review process. The Curriculum Committee chair recommends the course and it will move forward in the review process to the Dean of Instruction, Campus President, and the Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs. This process takes approximately one month from the date of the Curriculum Committee meeting. If any of the reviewers have questions about the course, the review process may take more time.
Postponed courses will be rolled back through the the course management tool to the submitting faculty member for a revision or clarification. Faculty members should check the comments field for reasons on the postponement. The course will need to go through the workflow process again (SAC Chair, SAC Admin Liaison, etc). There is no guarantee that the postponed course will be added to the old business section of the next curriculum agenda
Withdrawn by SAC request, courses are removed from the review process.
|Course Revision:||Committee Review?|
|Credits and contact hour changes||Yes|
|Student learning outcomes||Yes|
|General Education Designation||Yes|
|Cultural Literacy Designation||Yes|
|Embedded related instruction for CTE courses||Yes|
|To identify distance learning modality||Yes|
|Course content, activities and design||No|