The Curriculum Committee is a standing committee established by the Academic Senate. Its rules and responsibilities are defined in the Academic Senate Constitution and Administrative Procedures (BP and AP 4020). It is responsible for reviewing and recommending for approval course proposals, general education/associate degree requirements, and course pre-requisites. The committee plays a leadership role in recommending the future direction of the educational program and curricular offerings of the College. Membership is designed to ensure representation across the College, including members representing all divisions as well as articulation, the library, the Academic Senate, and the Associated Students of Citrus College.
(ACCJC Standards I.C.4, II.A.1, II.A.2, II.A.3, II.A.4, II.A.5, II.A.7, II.A.9, II.A.11, II.A.12, II.A.13, II.A.14, II.A.15, II.A.16, II.B.2, II.B.3, and IV.A.4.)
Goals for 2019-2020
- Review and update all courses that are due for six-year review (II.A.2, II.A.3, and II.A.4)
- Respond and update all courses required by the State for C-ID approval (II.A.1)
- Revise current local degrees to comply with State and ACCJC requirements (II.A.1)
- Develop new ADTs to provide additional transfer pathways to the CSUs and UCs as they are approved through the State (II.A.1, II.A.13)
- Support faculty use of CourseLeaf course and program forms 6. Partner with Program Review, SLOA, Articulation and Guided Pathways to assist the college in long-term planning as it relates to Curriculum and the 10 + 1 (II.A.3 and II.A.12)
- Implement and assess processes integral to new accelerated workflow system
Composition of the Committee
The Curriculum Committee is composed of the following 26 members.
Faculty Representatives 14
Senate President 1
SLO Coordinator 1
Articulation Officer 1
Faculty Chair* 1 (*nonvoting, except when tie break vote necessary)
Student Representative 1
Frequency of Meetings
Biweekly, Thursdays 2:40 p.m. to 4 p.m. in room CI 158
Click here for the current list of committee meetings.