What Is Curriculog?          

Purdue University utilizes Curriculog to provide an electronic academic program and course approval system for creating, modifying, and accessing degree programs, individual courses, and catalog information.

The goals of Curriculog are to:

  1. Maintain an accurate account of all course offerings and degree programs.
  2. Integrate course, degree, and catalog information with Banner.
  3. Allow faculty, departments, colleges and staff to access, edit, and propose changes in a web-based approval system.

Curriculog is an online interface that allows programs, minors, and courses to be proposed, created, assessed, revised, approved and implemented. Faculty and staff involved in departmental-, college-, and University-level review may view the progress of their proposals from start to finish.

Acalog is the catalog management system, and Curriculog is the curriculum management system.  These two systems will work together and integrate with our student information system (Banner) to ensure accuracy of our program requirements, course descriptions, and related degree information.

The Office of the Registrar & Graduate School Programs Office works to provide step-by-step instructions, timelines and necessary information for course and curriculum processes.

This website is used to keep the campus community informed on the project status, training opportunities and basic communication announcements.

Questions or concerns may be directed to curriculum@purdue.edu


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