COVID-19 Update: As of Aug. 3, select EFSC services are available on campus, with prior appointments required in most cases and facial coverings and social distancing requirements in place. See the Updated Student Services Guide for details about on-campus access and continuing virtual services. EFSC will reopen its four campuses in August for the Fall Term with many classes online, limited in-person classes and safety measures in place to protect against COVID-19. View Reopening Plan updates & FAQ.

Curriculum Development Process

A course consists of three components: the correct Catalog and Program of Study Template for the degree or certificate program; a Course Plan Template; and a Lab Fee Justification Form. To maintain accurate, complete records for a course, all three components must be submitted to Curriculum Support Services each time any one component is revised. View CDC Committee information and meeting dates.

Click on the links below to access frequently used documents, instruction manuals and forms. Download the writable/savable form for full funtionality as a fillable form and to ensure you view the most recent version of each document, we recommend you refresh your browser window after opening the form or clear your browser's cache in case your computer has cached a prior version.


Curriculum, Educational Materials, and Program Development Process [Downloadable PDF]

Curriculum Approval Tracking System (CATS) Tutorial [Downloadable photo tutorial]

Curriculum of Study (COS) Checklist 

Curriculum Design: Performance-Based Learning Requirements

Bloom's Cognitive Domain Chart

Bloom's Taxonomy Verb List

Diversity Checklist

EFSC Discipline Identifiers List

Florida Department of Education Organizational Chart

Forms: Must submit all three categories

Catalog & Program of Study Template

[Download the appropriate PDF Form]

Course Plan Template (CPT)

[Downloadable PDF Form for Credit and Clock Hour Programs]

Additional CPT-related Documents:

Fee Justification [Downloadable PDF Form]

Contact Us

Curriculum Coordinator
Catherine Johnston, PhD

Scott A. Herber, AAC Chair