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Academic Policies & Procedures (AP&P)

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The AP&P committee reviews and approves new and revised courses, new and revised degree or certificate programs, and locally approved certificates. The committee establishes prerequisites, corequisites, advisories, and limitations on enrollment through the content review process and course validation studies.

The AP&P committee recommends curriculum policy and procedures, graduation and G.E. requirements, and other academic policies or concerns as deemed necessary by the Senate. The committee reviews and advises on matriculation policies and procedures and matters of assessment as they are related to curriculum. The AP&P committee keeps the campus informed of statewide curriculum issues through its faculty representatives and the Senate.

  • Approved Course Outlines of Record and SLOs for Discipline Courses
    (The above link will navigate to the CurricUNET Web site. To access the CORs or SLOs for review only, please click the Course link under Search in the left column, then select the discipline and click Ok. No password is required in order to view the AVC approved CORs and SLOs.)

Spring 2017: AP&P: Course Outline of Record, Degree or Certificate Development/Revision Training using CurricUNET (FLEX)

  • Luis Echeverria: Friday, May 12th 11:30-1pm, BE 323
  • Scott Lee: Monday, May 15th 3-5pm, BE 323
  • Deb Sullivan-Ford: Tuesday, May 16th 8-10am, BE 323
  • Bonnie Curry: Wednesday, May 17th 2:30-4:30pm, BE 323
  • Ibrahim Ganley: Thursday, May 18th, 2-4pm, BE 323
  • Luis Echeverria: Friday, May 19th 11:30-1pm, BE 323
  • Monday, May 22nd 8-10am, BE 310
  • Ibrahim Ganley: Tuesday, May 23rd 2-4pm, BE 323
  • Cynthia Lehman: Wednesday, May 24th 8:30-10am, BE 321
  • Michael Hutchison: Thursday, May 25th 1:30-3:30pm, BE 323
  • Tim Sturm: Tuesday, May 30th 1-3pm, BE 132
  • Bonnie Curry: Thursday, June 1st 3-5pm, BE 323
  • Mark McGovern: Monday, June 5th 1-3pm BE 323
  • Mark McGovern: Tuesday, June 6th 1-3pm BE 323
  • Tim Sturm: Wednesday, June 7th 1-3pm, BE 323



Last updated: November 11, 2017