Bypass navigation bar
Academic Charges & Timelines guide the Academic process in preparing content for catalog updates each year.
Curriculum Process Guides are produced annually and include step-by-step instructions that must be followed throughout the curriculum process.
This page includes official forms for academic courses and other pertinent academic forms.
DCCCD's Curriculum Management Office manages the Colleague Course Master (credit courses) that provides the colleges of Dallas County Community Colleges with necessary information to populate the online credit class schedules.
To ensure the accuracy of all academic-related curriculum content, the Curriculum Management team works directly with DCCCD's Workforce Education Office (in regards to career and technical programs), curriculum chairs, Student/Academic Programs (in regards to the online combined and college catalogs), college vice presidents, and college deans. Our work is a ready asset to DCCCD's Degree Audit team, Student/Academic Programs Office, Web Catalog Publishing Team (WCPT), college advisors, and students.
Curriculum Management also works directly with the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB) and is responsible for the academic programs and courses offered by the colleges of DCCCD. We help staff to understand complexities of State rules and regulations and ensure the college and district remain in compliance with what is recommended by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB), Texas Common Course Number System (TCCN) and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS).
Developmental Studies and THECB Rules Meeting - May 15, 2012 (PDF - 1.86MB)
Guidelines for Implementing Changes to the Core Curriculum
Lower-Division Academic Course Guide Manual (ACGM) [Spring 2014 2nd Edition]