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Curriculum Committee

Welcome to the College of the Canyons Curriculum Committee Website. The curriculum is the major statement any institution makes about itself. The Curriculum Committee fosters the development of new curricula, as well as reviewing revisions of existing curricula.

The Curriculum Committee is responsible for the following: Review and recommend action on existing curricula; review and recommend action on proposed curricula; encourage and foster the development of new curricula; request, consider, and respond to reports from various college groups whose work bears directly on the curriculum; disseminate curricular information and curricular recommendations to the faculty, Academic Senate, administration, and to the Board of Trustees; implement state-mandated regulations or policies that affect curriculum; recommend associate degree requirements to the Academic Senate, administration, and Board of Trustees; recommend additions, deletions, and modifications in general education patterns for the associate degree, the California State University General Education Breadth Requirements, and the Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC); and review all curriculum proposals to ensure congruence with the college mission, need, quality, feasibility, and compliance with Title V.