The College Curriculum and Advising Committee (CCAC) meets monthly during the academic year. Depending on the curriculum action you are seeking, there are different tools and forms described below.
Proposing a new course, or changing elements of an existing course
These actions should be done in the Course Inventory Management (CIM) system. Every proposal requires an up-to-date syllabus, and relevant forms and learning agreements included as supporting documents.
- New Course Resource Analysis - Form CAS3
- 'CAS Human Diversity in U.S. Communities' CDR Designation
- Cross-list a CAS Course - Form CAS7
- Experiential Learning Designation
Making changes to a major or minor
This action occurs only once per academic year and includes changes to the catalog overview, learning outcomes, structure/requirements of a major or minor, or the courses that meet existing requirements.
4-Year Plans published in the catalog are reviewed and updated annually by academic advisors to reflect any changes to majors. Advisors work with the departments for which they advise as well as the college to ensure the plan is and accurate and optimal sample that students can use in the degree planning process.
Learning Outcomes published in the catalog at the bottom of the overview tab for each major. Units should approve changes to learning outcomes before submitting them to the CCAC by email to email@example.com.