Chapter 10: CurricUNET

Under development (pending final software implementation and screen shots)



10.1 Overview

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CurricUNET is a software program developed and maintained by Governet. The CCSF version of CurricUNET was customized in early and mid 2014 and deployed in Fall 2014 for use for Curriculum, Assessment, and Program Review. Goal: an integrated process for streamlining reporting and workflow/approval submissions and a data set for use in ongoing assessments across the college.


10.1.1 Sign-In

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Access CurricUNET through MyCCSF or directly though this URL:


As the sign-in screen below shows, your log-in is the same as your CCSF network login (usually your desktop or laptop). If you do not remember this log-in, please contact the IT Help Desk.


10.1.2 Access and Features

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What you can access in CurricUNET and the Department Chair/Deans/Supervisors associated with any proposals you submit will be automatically configured based on your log-in. If you cannot access the correct parts of CurricUNET, contact your Chair and to request access.



10.2 Curriculum

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Curriculum consist of programs and courses.


  • Credit, degree applicable
  • Credit, non-degree applicable
  • Noncredit
  • Distance Education Addenda
  • Honors Addenda


  • Majors
  • Certificates


10.2.1 Viewing Courses and Programs

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To access existing active and draft courses and programs, click on the Curriculum tab on the tob menu bar. That will take you to a menu of existing courses. You can use the drop-down menus to filter the search results by:

  • Status (Active, Draft-- In Review, Draft -- Unsubmitted...)
  • School
  • Department
  • Subject
  • Course number

Note: you can only see draft courses and programs for which you are the originator or one of the approvers.


10.2.2 Creating, Modifying, and Deleting Courses and Course Addenda

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To submit a course proposal, click on the Proposal button on the top right of the screen. You will have your choice of the following proposals:

New Course (Credit GE-applicable)

New Course (Credit non-GE-applicable)

New Course (Noncredit)

New Distance Education Addenda

New Honors Addenda

Modify X (Course or Addenda)

Delete X (Course or Addenda)


10.2.3 Creating, Modifying, and Deleting Programs

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To submit a course proposal, click on the Proposal button on the top right of the screen. You will have your choice of the following proposals:

New Program

Modify Program

Delete Program


10.2.4 Approvals and Workflow

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Once you have completed all required and relevant fields in your curriculum proposal, including all required CONTENT OVERLAP and REQUISITE REVIEW information and approvals (face-to-face), and you are ready to submit your proposal for review, click SUBMIT at the bottom of your proposal.  BE SURE YOU'VE ENTERED ALL RELEVANT INFORMATION OR IT WILL BE RETURNED.

Steps for approval:

  1. Originator submits proposal
  2. Department Chair approves
  3. Curriculum Chair receives proposal and assigns it for Technical Review
  4. Technical Review (reviewed by Curriculum Committee members, including Articulation Officer and Requisite Reviewer)
    1. Returned to Originator for requested changes and resubmission.
    2. Once Technical Reviewer agrees it's ready it is approved for next level:
  5. Department Chair approves
  6. Dean approves
  7. Curriculum Committe Chair receives and prepares for Pre-Agenda Review and assigns member for formal review.
  8. Curriculum Committee meets to discuss the proposal and CC Chair updates workflow with results (approved -- with or without stipulations -- or tabled)
    1. If stipulations, returned to Originator for completion of requested changes and resubmission.
    2. Once Chair agress it's complete, it's approved and ready for next level:
  9. Associate Vice Chancellor of Curriculum
    1. Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs approval, as needed
    2. Boart of Trustees approval, as needed
  10. Catalog Editor for processing
    1. Entry into Banner
    2. Entry into Catalog
    3. Entry into State Chancellor's system.


Technical Review

The purpose of Technical Review is to review course outline, certificate and degree proposal drafts prior to submission for committee action, in an effort to eliminate many common problems that cause delays in obtaining final proposal approval.

Technical Review does not evaluate the merits of a proposal -- that remains the purview of the Curriculum Committee. Technical Review will examine the following:

  1. Course outline conformance with the standard outline template (completeness, enumeration, format, pagination).
  2. Course numbering and title conformance to handbook guidelines.
  3. Interdepartmental subject matter overlap.
  4. Use of acceptable category captions and responses in all course specifics sub-sections.
  5. Catalog description, course major learning outcomes, course contents and instructional methodology conformance to handbook guidelines.
  6. Review of proposed requested Curriculum Committee action(s)

Completion of technical review is not a guarantee of Curriculum Committee approval of a  proposal.


10.3 Assessment

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10.4 Program Review

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10.5 Support

Want help?

  • Attend online or in-person CurricuNET trainings.
    • In-Person Training schedule:
      • Wednesdays -- drop-in-lab from  _____________
      • Upcoming Hour-Long trainings:
        • Monday:
        • Wednesday:
        • Friday:
    • Online Training:
      • Video Tutorial -- Signing in and getting oriented
      • Video Tutorial -- Drafting a Curriculum Proposal
      • Video Tutorial -- Workflow and Approvals
      • Video Tutorial -- Program Review
      • Video Tutorial -- Assessments
  • Contact (pending email creation) to get assistance with the use of CurricuNET.
  • Contact the Curriculum Committee Chair to get assistance with Curriculum Committee processes.


If you will be entering multiple program block elements (courses and/or noncourse requirements) OR multiple course requisites, and the relationship is not a simple “and”, the entry you choose from this menu will represent the relationship THIS element has with the one that appears after it in the ordered list at the main screen.


  • 3 elements, no conditions chosen means A + B + C.
  • 3 elements with an “or” chosen for the second element means A + (B or C).