Curriculum Committee

Academic Policy & Planning (AP&P) Committee

The Academic Policy and Planning Committee (AP&P) provides recommendations through the Academic Senate to the District Board of Trustees regarding courses and instructional programs. AP&P is the vehicle through which curriculum development takes place and is one of four standing committees established in accordance with the Report of the Committee on Committees of 1968 as approved by the Academic Senate.

The committee's functions are in accordance with the above mentioned report. Briefly, its area of concern is: curricula, proposed changes and revisions, academic standards, future curriculum planning, the coordination and organization of instructional planning and practices as they relate to the teaching faculty. The AP&P Committee at Allan Hancock College assists in the development of educational programs and courses in accordance with the philosophy, policies, and objectives of the college.

Chairperson Sofia Ramirez-Gelpi ext. 3608
Applied Behavioral Sciences Judith Dal Porto ext. 3381
Associated Student Body Government Nicholas Presher  
Business Carmen Montanez ext. 3794
Counseling Lydia Maxwell ext. 3332
English Jennifer Jozwiak ext. 3787
Fine Arts Michael Dempsey ext. 4118
Health & Physical Sciences Sheri Bates ext. 3287
Industrial Technology Robert Mabry ext. 3487
Languages & Communication Melinda Nishimori ext. 3736
Life & Physical Sciences Robert Lennihan ext. 3695
Mathematical Sciences Derek Mitchem ext. 3563
Miscellaneous Sandra Bierdzinski ext. 3474
Public Safety Michael Messina ext. 3809
Social & Behavioral Sciences Tom Vandermolen ext. 3871
Curriculum Specialist (non-voting) Rebecca Andres ext. 3246
Articulation (non-voting) David DeGroot ext. 3713
VP, Academic Affairs (non-voting) Luis Sanchez ext. 3247
Admissions & Records (non-voting) Janet Hooghuis ext. 3277
Noncredit Vacant  

AP&P Calendar

To propose new or modified curriculum proposals must be submitted in accordance with the AP&P Calendar. Proposals received after the published deadline will be reviewed the following semester (excluding summer).


CurricUnet Update

Curricunet implementation will begin this semester!  Effective fall 2014 submissions, paper curriculum proposals will no longer be processed.  Paper proposals may be used as "cheat sheets" for submitting curriculum proposals electronically via CurricUnet.  For more information regarding the implementation and timeline faculty may review the PowerPoint available in the AP&P Group Channel via myHancock, or for more information, contact the Office of Academic Affairs at (805) 922-6966, ext. 3246.. 





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