Curriculum Development

Initial Considerations

The development and implementation of sound curriculum takes approximately one academic year. The AP&P Committee calculates that the initial development of curriculum proposals, prior to submitting the actually proposal, usually takes between 8-10 weeks, and sometimes even more. Thus, initiators are encouraged to start their work a semester ahead of their proposed time frame for presenting a COMPLETE curriculum proposal to the AP&P Committee.

The quality and integrity of curriculum are first and foremost. New curriculum proposals must:

  • be compatible with the philosophy and mission of the college
  • respond to or reflect community or student needs
  • have available resources
  • meet curriculum standards

 Curriculum Development Resource Materials

Local Curriculum Development Forms/Handbooks

 

CurricUNET 

Effective fall 2014 and in accordance with the AP&P Calendar and established processes, all curriculum proposals will be submitted via CurricUNET.  Faculty can attend a scheduled training prior to creating a proposal in CurricUNET and are encouraged to bring a paper version of their curriculum proposal for hands-on training.  Training videos are also available via the links provided below.  Contact Academic Affairs at 922-6966, ext. 3246 for information.

Video: How to Create a New Course in CurricUNET
Video: How to Modify a Course in CurricUNET

AHC CurricUNET User's Guide

Go to www.curricunet.com/hancock and save this as a home tab. 

 

 

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