Academic Quality and Partnerships

Curriculum Development

Curriculum development is the process by which the University assures the quality of the courses that it offers to students. The University achieves this by allowing changes to courses to ensure that the content is updated to reflect current academic knowledge and practice, and also by ensuring that the structures used provide the best learning experiences possible for students. Academic staff who convene courses and modules are able to propose changes through consideration at their School’s Education Committee.

The following curriculum changes are considered to be definitive:

  • Changes to course or pathway structures
  • Changes to course or module level learning outcomes
  • Addition of new modules to courses
  • Suspension or withdrawal of modules
  • Changes to module titles
  • Changes to assessment modes
  • Changes to assessment weightings

The pro formas provided below should be used to submit proposals to SEC:

Change to a Course or Pathway
Module Change Form 
Withdrawal or Suspension of a Module
Proposal for a New Module Form


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