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Pierce Curriculum Committee

3/8/2016 7:17 AM
1/25/2016 3:52 PM
9/6/2015 10:02 AM

​​​SLO Addendum (Spring 2016)

The SLO ADDENDUM template was revised and updated in fall 2015. Going forward, all COR updates that include any changes in the SLO language (edits or new SLOs) must use this updated template, which is available here and in Section VIII of any COR template in ECD. The 2015 revision no longer prompts for GELO mapping, as this is now done in eLumen. 

COR Update Schedule

CORs due for update must be at the ECD Tech Review Stop by the start time of the second curriculum meeting of the semester in which they are due. Courses that do not meet this deadline will be archived at the third meeting of each term.  (Academic Senate 05-21-12)

  • Access the list of courses here or in the Documents section of this site.
  • Spring 2016 Deadline for COR updates: Friday, March 4

Course-level curricular requests: ex., outline updates and changes, new course proposals, reinstatements, and archives; must be submitted through Electronic Curriculum Development (ECD).  Visit the Pierce Curriculum Process page of this site for details.

Program-level curricular requests: ex., new degree and certificate proposals, changes to existing degrees and certificates; have varying submission requirements to be considered for approval.  Visit the Pierce Curriculum Process page of this site for details.

  1. Requested actions are accepted year-round. However, there is no curriculum approval activity during summer and winter intersessions. 
  2. Course-level proposals must be submitted electronically via ECD and must follow the process outlined in the LACCD Administrative Regulation E-65.
  3. Program-level proposals must be submitted according to the procedures outlined in the LACCD Administrative Regulation E-64 and summarized on the Pierce Curriculum Process page of this site.
  4. Course-level technical review will take place electronically via ECD on a continuous basis during fall and spring semesters. Technical Review does not take place during summer or winter intersessions. 
  5. Program-level technical review will take place on a continuous basis during fall and spring semesters, excluding summer and winter intersessions, via a means of communication acceptable to the technical review members such as email, conference call, or in-person meetings. 
  6. Every effort is made to complete the technical review within 14 calendar days from the date the curriculum proposal reaches the Technical Review stop in ECD. 
  7. To be placed on the curriculum agenda, all technical review issues must be resolved no less than 7 calendar days prior to a curriculum meeting.  If technical issues remain unresolved with less than 7 calendar days remaining until the next meeting, the request will be delayed until such time that all technical issues are resolved within 7 days prior to the meeting.
  8. The initiator of course and program proposals must be present at the curriculum meeting to discuss their requests unless the Curriculum Chair has contacted them and told them they do not need to attend.  The only exception to this is course archive requests. 

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5/6/2016 10:00 AM Curriculum Committee Meeting 
College Services Building Conference Room
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