If part of the modification includes applying to have your course included in the
General Education package, then make sure, in addition to the next few steps on this
page, that you follow the General Education Applications instructions.
If the course you wish to modify is related to another course at Grossmont/Cuyamaca then follow the Related Course Modification instructions.If the course you wish to modify is aligned with a course at Cuyamaca, follow the instructions here. If there is no such related course, then proceed to step 4.
Initiate communication through email between counterpart departments at Cuyamaca and
other departments at Grossmont if course content may overlap disciplines. Make sure
to copy Marsha Raybourn and Julie Kahler in Instructional Operations as well as appropriate
deans on this email. Email should include: Proposed or Current Course Subject, Number
and Title plus a brief overview of initial ideas and rationale for modification.
Complete a Course Modification Form. Attach a proposedCourse Outlineshowing all revisions (use strike through for word deletions words andboldfor word additions) and give to Marsha Raybourn in Instruction Operations.
Content ReviewisREQUIREDif you wish to add a new or modify aPrerequisite, Corequisite, or Recommended PreparationANDwhen a course with a prerequisite, corequisite, or recommended preparation is updated
for the five year review.
If you want to offer one or more sections of this course as either hybrid (51% online
or more) or fully online, then you will need to comply withDistance Educationrequirements and complete the Distance Education Proposal form, which must receiveapprovalfrom the Distance Education Committeepriorto final proposal submission to the Curriculum Committee.