Resources for faculty to assist in the development of new or existing curricula.
University Curriculum, Assessment, and Policies (UCAP) committee governs curriculum development at St. Kate's including policy proposal; new course proposal; changes to existing courses, majors, or programs; new program proposal; petition for a special major, etc. Details available here
Curriculum Development Grants, managed by the Academic Professional Development Committee (APDC), support new course or program development, significant revitalization of curriculum and projects that improve learning outside the classroom. The awards are made for single course development and multiple course/program development for a team of two or more individuals.
The Academic Professional Development Committee (APDC) is an elected faculty committee that supports the continuing growth of individuals as scholars and educators. The APDC Awards/Grants subcommittee, in collaboration with Academic Affairs, reviews proposals and selects grantees.
The Office of Research and Sponsored Programs manages the application process.
Click here for guidelines in formulating syllabi as well as syllabi templates and models.
CRST Course Cross-listing Guidelines
The proposal form for cross-listing a course in the Critical Studies of Race and Ethnicity program can be found here.
The Writing Intensive Program at St. Catherine University works to ensure that St. Kate's faculty across the curriculum prepare their students to graduate with excellent written communication and critical thinking skills needed to achieve success in their professional and personal lives. WIP provides workshops and resources to assist faculty in developing and instructing a writing intensive course.
Learn more about course planning, coordinating with the book store and/or the library for course materials, and final exam schedules.
Changing Course Schedules/Descriptions
The Office of the Registrar manages course schedules and course information within the Catalog.