City College Curriculum Committee
Curriculum Submittal Process
Revised September 14, 2007
The following information is a
description of the Curriculum Submission Process. Please read the
following guidelines in preparation for submitting all curriculum
proposals to the City College Curriculum
All forms can be found at:
Please provide an over-all summary with
your submissions. The summary should detail the changes,
additions, and reasoning behind the proposed changes. There is
no standard form used for creating this summary document.
Please create and provide 2 documents,
one showing the current plan of study and the other showing the
proposed plan of study. Clearly label the plans of study as
Current and Proposed. Please highlight
the proposed changes on the Proposed Plan of Study.
If you have them, please provide all
references and supporting documentation.
In addition to the cover documents, for
every new course and course change, you must include a "Course
For new programs, you must include a
course outline and syllabus for each class.
- Submit printed materials in a folder to your
Department Chair/Team Leader and Associate Dean for review and
- After the Department Chair/Team Leader and
Associate Dean have signed the forms, please submit documents to
the Dean's Administrative Assistant.
- To be placed on the meeting agenda,
submissions must be received one week prior to the each
regularly schedule City College Curriculum Committee meeting.
Late submissions will be considered at the next scheduled
- In addition to the hard copies of documents,
please email the electronic versions to the Dean's
- To avoid having multiple electronic versions
of the documents, the Dean's Administrative Assistant will scan
the original documents and send them to the COT
curriculum committee secretary. The original documents will
remain with the Dean's Administrative Assistant. The Dean’s
Administrative Assistant has the ability to make minor editorial
changes as necessary. (i.e. Capitalization, Grammar,
- The City College Curriculum Committee
secretary will distribute the documents to members of the
committee for review.
- The documents will then be reviewed by the
Curriculum Committee at the next meeting. A vote will be made
to approve for immediate advancement to the Dean for approval,
provisionally approve the documents pending minor editorial
changes or return the curriculum proposal for further
clarification. The Dean’s Administrative Assistant will make
minor editorial changes and forward to the Dean for review and
- Dean's Administrative Assistant will print
the documents on the appropriate colored paper. Once all
approval signatures have been obtained and the Dean has
approved, the Dean's Administrative Assistant will send them
forward to Undergraduate Curriculum Committee.