The Office of Academic Programs publishes the General Catalog and maintains technical
course data and attributes in PeopleSoft.
Curriculum forms for proposing new courses, changing existing courses, offering special topics courses, obtaining General Education certification for courses, proposing new programs, and making changes to existing programs are available through Curriculog, CSUSM’s online curriculum management system.
Additional records documenting the status of these proposals in the University-level curriculum review and approval process are available on the Academic Programs web site.
The Office of Academic Programs works closely with four Academic Senate committees: Academic Policy Committee, General Education Committee, Program Assessment Committee, and University Curriculum Committee.
Academic Programs facilitates and implements university processes and policies for faculty and staff to support high-quality learning experiences for the students. We do this through facilitating and collaborating with the university community and its constituents to facilitate delivery of curriculum, continually striving to achieve common goals.*
Academic Programs will be known for its commitment to excellence in service, teamwork, and innovative solutions that support the university’s mission, with a special emphasis on the values of diversity and inclusivity.
*Revised August 2019