Since the strength of any university lies in its academic programs, keeping these programs current through a carefully constructed and maintained course and program development system is essential to the educational mission of the University.
Curriculog is a web based platform developed by Digital Architecture, the company that supplies us with our catalog management system. Its primary function is to streamline our curriculum approval processes by automating curriculum workflow and approval.
Curriculog integrates seamlessly with our catalogs. Courses and programs can easily be imported from any catalog into a new proposal for editing.
Role-based management allows approval processes to be created that are automatically populated with participants the moment a proposal is identified with a department or institutional unit.
The comprehensive user dashboard allows participants to view all active proposals, and to easily keep track of their own, those they are watching, and proposals for which they have active tasks.
Exception handling allows proposals to be held, canceled, or custom routed on the fly to accommodate special circumstances or to address the ad-hoc need to include a particular role or individual in an approval process.
Curriculog may be accessed by visiting emich.curriculog.com. Once you have navigated to the site, you will need to log in perform any actions. To log in, select ‘Login’ from the upper right corner and provide your e-mail address and password.
If for some reason you are not able to access the site, please e-mail [email protected].
Go to Curriculog User Guides to find step-by-step directions on how to complete a proposal. The Google Drive folder is accessible to individuals with a @emich.edu account. Video guides are also available.
Curriculog training sessions are available for faculty/staff members by appointment, please email [email protected].
Please reach out to the Course and Program Development Office.
The office's primary responsibilities are to help faculty prepare proposals for curricular modifications, introduce them into the process, and facilitate the proposal's progress through the process until approved. Carrying out these responsibilities involves such things as: