Curriculum Review is an on-going process undertaken periodically to ensure the delivery of relevant and current topics and teaching methods towards achieving the ADUC’s institutional learning outcomes. Departments may propose to change – as a result of curriculum review – the curriculum/syllabus/courses by accomplishing the prescribed forms/templates – detailing the justification for such changes, and subject to the Curriculum Committee’s approval. Only after all necessary approvals have been acquired, the proposed change(s) in curriculum/syllabus/courses can be implemented.
This policy is designed to ensure that the ADUC curriculum remains current and relevant through a systematic review and development process that considers the achievement of Course Learning Outcomes.
Curriculum review shall be triggered by the instructor review report and the respective faculty or dean/chair recommendation.
The Curriculum Change Matrix shall serve as a reference point for the approval process.
|Class contact hours/delivery mode||Substantive|
|Addition/Withdraw of courses||Substantive|
|Approval of new program/concentration||Substantive|
This matrix is used to classify as major/ minor/substantive
|Title or Code of the course||Major|
|Semester offering the course as per study plan||Major|
|Number of CLOs||Major|
|Mapping of CLO with PLO||Major|
|Marks allocation to a CLO||Major|
|Number/Nature/Weight of assessments||Minor|
|Core Text title||Minor|
|Any changes which alter the learning outcomes||Major|
Class contacts hours/delivery mode
Addition/Withdrawal of courses
Title or Code of the course
Number of CLOs
Mapping of CLO with PLO
Marks allocation to a CLO
Number/Nature/Weight of assessments
Core Text title