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A well-developed curriculum provides students with a framework for meeting their academic goals of transfer, career advancement, basic skills development, degree and certificate attainment, or personal enrichment.

Curriculum Resources


Resources to assist faculty who may be writing new curriculum, or updating existing curriculum for program review.

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Open Educational Resources

Open Educational Resources (OER) are free and openly licensed educational materials that can be used for teaching, learning, research, and other purposes.

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View the current catalog, which includes information on how to enroll; specifics on the college's many programs, degrees, and certificates; and general information regarding the support services offered.

Read the Online Catalog

Catalog Archive

View college catalogs from past years and learn about catalog rights.

Access Archived Catalogs

Curriculum Committee

A Non-Standing Committee and subcommittee of the Academic Senate, the Curriculum Committee promotes development of curriculum and courses, recommends changes in instructional programs, and ensures compliance with statewide educational policy.

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Career Education Program Development

A Program Planning Council (PPC) List is maintained by Los Rios to approve the development of all new Career Education programs.

Learn About Career Ed Development

Curriculum Forms

Forms and applications related to college curriculum.

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Programs and Majors

Sacramento City College offers courses and academic programs in many fields of study.

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Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs) and Assessment

SLOs specify what skills a student should have upon completing a course, program, or area of study.

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Class Schedule Archives

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Opportunities to Develop Global Engagement in Your Classes

The SCC Global Studies Program is pleased to offer two opportunities for faculty to enhance their current curriculum and experiences of their students with greater global content and engagement, open to all disciplines.

Opportunities to Develop Global Engagement in Your Classes