Project Summary: 

Office of the Registrar is a partner in this project with Academic Programs & Assessments to add all course learning outcomes to the Curriculum Inventory Management (CIM) software.

The obtainment of the CIM system that supports a robust submission and review process, will ensure consistent, level-appropriate, and measurable outcomes in all syllabi. In addition, the course learning outcomes provide important transparency for the transferability of courses for students and any potential accreditation needs. 

Strategic Plan 4.0 Actions*
  • Integrate and simplify technology systems, data practices and policies to increase our organizational agility

*This project was prioritized during Strategic Plan 4.0

Project Status: 
Current
Requesting Department: 
Office of the Registrar
Project Manager: 
Rebecca Mathern
Last Updated Date: 
Thursday, May 30, 2024
Start Term: 
Summer 2021
Status Report: 
►5/30/2024: College of Business and Agriculture Sciences Course Learning Outcomes are complete. College of Engineering, College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences and College of Education are in progress with completion expected by Summer 2024.
►3/28/2024: Learning outcomes continue to be updated by college
►1/25/2024: Curriculum Management is continuing at a steady pace updating learning outcomes college by college.
►7/20/2023: Four colleges are in Progress: Ag Sci (90% done); Business (will finish fall term); CEOAS (will finish fall term); Engineering (will start fall term).
►11/16/2023: Have four colleges in process. College of Ag is 95% done. CoB will be done by this term. CS has been very responsive and is nearly done. There will be a new director of learning outcomes in winter term. Engineering is due to start and complete in winter term.
►10/26/2023: Curriculum management continues to review course learning outcomes submitted by faculty from CEOAS, Engineering, and Business.
►4/6/2023: Faculty continue provide course learning outcomes to Curriculum Management. Pilot colleges have begun receiving feedback on their course learning outcomes and is expected to continue through spring term.
►1/26/2023: The project has moved beyond the pilot phase and continuing to work with programs.
►7/28/2022: The project is on hold until we have the next steps for the CCN project with the state/HECC.
►3/24/2022: Presented to the Executive Committee. Presented to academic unit heads in late February and to undergraduate council week of March 13. The project is officially kicked off and operational. Starting task work this summer. ►1/27/2022: OtR is working with Associate Deans and then will update project tasks. ►Formal project proposal will be presented to Faculty Senate in January 2022. ►Due Date: Winter 2024