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Curriculog

Your Paperless Curriculum Management System

California State University, East Bay launched Curriculog on January 4, 2016.

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The Curriculog Curriculum Management System automates the process of curriculum approval, helping colleges and departments to propose and approve course and program changes electronically, in order to improve communication and the transparency of the curriculum process across campus. To learn more about the process for acquiring Curriculog, see Campus Consultation.

Frequently Asked Questions

Cal State East Bay's Single Sign-On is enabled for Curriculog. This program is an authentication process that allows a user to access multiple applications with one set of login credentials. In order to sign-in to Curriculog, use your University credentials (net ID and password). Every Cal State East Bay faculty, staff, or administrator has access to log-in to Curriculog. If you experience trouble logging in, please contact curriculum@csueastbay.edu.
Yes. Complete the Curriculog Training Sign Up Form to receive one-on-one training, or training for your department or committee.

For detailed instructions for using Curriculog, visit Curriculog University. Curriculog University can be accessed by logging in to Curriculog with your Net ID and password, then scrolling to the bottom of your screen and selecting the link. From there you can search specific topics, or download the End User Manual.

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Please use the following browsers: Chrome, Firefox, or Safari (Internet Explorer is not recommended). 

After choosing the hn  link, select the Courses, Program, or Other tab, depending on the type of request. Click the title of the proposal to see the description. This will help you determine which form is right for your request.

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Yes. It is accessible as long as you have an internet connection via your phone, tablet, or computer.

The revised Timeline for Curricular Changes was approved by the Committee on Instruction and Curriculum and the Academic Senate and documented as 18-19 CIC 19. Below is a summary of the timeline.

Summary of Timeline

Due Date from College Curriculum Committee/Associate Dean

Proposal

Important Note

February 1 of Previous Calendar Year

Programs 

  • New degree* and non-degree programs (includes concentration elevation to full degree)
  • Substantive program revisions (see 18-19 CIC 19)
*applies to New Degree Programs already added to the Academic Master Plan and approved by the CSU Board of
Trustees
September 1

Programs

  • Academic Master Plan and Resource Implication Form
Required for all new degree program proposals
October 15

Courses

  • New and revised courses for general education, overlay, code or writing credit

New Prefix Request

 

December 15
  • Formation, Dissolution, Name Change, Merger of a Department/Academic Unit
March 1

Programs

Courses

  • New and revised courses not for general education, overlay, code or writing credit
  • Discontinued or banked courses
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