View curriculum and reports

Inside CurricUNET courses and programs

Drop-down menu

To access existing courses and programs from within CurricUNET (active, draft, and historical versions),

1. Click on the Curriculum tab on the top menu bar.

 

Courses

2. From the drop-down menu, choose Programs or Courses, depending upon which you want to see. (You can switch between Courses and Programs by clicking again on the Curriculum button and accessing the drop-down menu.)

The default view for Courses is to show you ONLY the courses to which you have access as an originator. Note the radio button on the top left of the screen indicates "My Courses." Similarly, the default view for Programs is to show you ONLY the programs to which you have access as an originator. 

 

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3. From this screen you can also switch to a “My Institution” view to access official records of all of the courses for your college. 

 

Curriculum Search  Menus

4. Use drop-down menus to the right of the radio buttons to filter your search results:

Left menu: Subject (for courses only) -- Example: Geology (GEOL) or Accounting (ACCT)

 
Curriculum Search  Menus

Center menu: Status:

  • "Historical" status indicates a previous version of a course or program.  Historical indicates that either:
    • a modification has occurred, making the previously active version Historical, in which case there will be a single Active version of the proposal in the system and 1 or more Historical versions (depending on how many times the proposal has been modified since being imported into CurricUNET)
    • a deactivation has been completed, marking the previous proposal as Historical and the final approved version of the proposal also as Historical.  In this situation, there will be no Active versions of the proposal, just Historical.
  • "Active" status means that the proposal has been fully approved and is now considered the source of record for that particular proposal.
  • "Draft" status indicates that the proposal is in draft form, as originators work on it and prepare it to launch into the Approval Process.
  • "In Review" status indicates that the proposal is in the Approval Process
  • "Rejected" status indicates that the proposal was withdrawn during the Approval Process, so that a new version could be drafted.

 

Curriculum Search  Menus

Right menu: Title or Course # -- Example: Oceanography (for a program) or 10 (for the course Geology 10).

 

View reports

View Course Reports

There are a number of reports that go along with courses and programs. You can access these through the search results you pulled above.

1. Click on the Reports icon in the Reports column of the search results.

2. Choose the report you want to review from the drop-down menu.

Course reports

  • Course Outline (official report published to the public)
  • Comparison (this report appears only for draft courses that are modifications of active courses; the report compares the two to each other and highlights changes)
  • Impact (courses and programs for which a particular course is a requisite or component)
  • All Fields (shows all proposal fields including codes and notes and mappings not part of the official course outline)
  • Outcome Mapping (for credit, degree-applicable courses only; (shows  course SLOs and mapping upwards to General Education outcomes -- CCSF Local Area GEs, IGETC, and CSU transfer)

 

View Program Reports

Program Reports

  • Program Report (official report published to the public and in catalog)
  • Comparison (this report appears only for draft programs that are modifications of active ones; the report compares the two to each other and highlights changes)
  • Outcome Report (shows PSLOs and mapping upwards to ILOsand downwards to courses)
  • All Fields (shows all proposal fields including codes and notes and mappings not part of the official course outline)

 

View program or course proposal

1. To see see the current version of the course "proposal', double-click on a particular course or program from the search list. In CurricUNET, every course and program record in the system is a proposal, regardless of whether its status is Active, Draft, In Review, etc.

2. Move through the tabs and fields to view all the CurricUNET-entered data relative to this course or program description. This information includes items that are not part of the official course outline of record or program catalog description, such as SLO mapping, course codes, and documentation of content overlap and prerequisite approvals. 

To learn more about each tab and field in the various course and program proposals, review:

 

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