FIT’s Office for Curriculum provides guidance to faculty and academic departments on revising and developing course curricula, undergraduate and graduate credit degree programs, and certificates. Guided by regulations from the U.S. Dept. of Education and New York State Education Department, Curriculum team members work collaboratively with academic and administrative offices to assist faculty in meeting state, regional, federal and national higher education expectations while designing and implementing innovative curricula.
The Office also works in cooperation with the Office of Faculty Services, which assists faculty in preparing materials for review by the College-wide Curriculum Committee, and with the Registrar's Office regarding the implementation of new curricular items or curriculum revisions.
Quick Curriculum Links
For Spring 2023 training dates, visit the Curriculum Training Sessions page.
For college-wide curriculum committee due dates and meeting dates, visit the Curriculum Review Meeting Dates page.
To review all curricular actions approved by the Deans in since 2014, visit Cumulative Curricular Actions.
SUNY has introduced Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice (DEISJ) as a required general education category for all undergraduate degree-seeking students.
SUNY DEISJ fellows from 16 SUNY campuses are holding drop in office hours during the month of August 2023. Visit the SUNY site for drop in dates and times.
SUNY Links to Resources
SUNY Guide to Academic Program Planning (.pdf)
SUNY Forms for Academic Program Planning
SUNY Academic Program Review – Procedural Changes as of October 2022 (.pdf)
General Education Requirements
General Education Learning Outcomes (.pdf)
Additional General Education Requirements Information
General Education Dashboards
SUNY Mobility Dashboard
SUNY Textbooks Access Procedures
SUNY Memoranda to Presidents
Workflow for Course and Program Actions
- action submitted into workflow
- department chair recommends action on behalf of department
- school dean recommends acton on behalf of school
- college wide curriculum committee recommends action
- deans council approves actioin
- academic affairs notifies chairs and deans of approval
- registrar reviews for banner input
- banner and relevant catalog pages updated