Curriculum (Re)Design

Supporting units with creating the best possible curriculum

The next application cycle will open early Spring 2024.

A good curriculum is far more than a collection of courses; it can transform students, inspire faculty, and communicate the purpose, goals, and identity of a program. Curriculum design or redesign can be a complex and time-consuming process. Our goal is to help ensure the process is as efficient and effective as possible so that your time and effort leads to the best curriculum you can imagine.

The CTE can help any department, program, or school (re)design curricula for majors, minors, graduate degrees, or any other connected group of courses. Through a structured but flexible process, we can help you imagine the possibilities, organize your efforts, stay on track, and avoid common pitfalls in curriculum (re)design. The result will be a curriculum collaboratively designed by your faculty to give your students the best possible learning experience.

More about our approach to curriculum (re)design.

More about the personalized support units receive throughout the process.

More about applying to grants to support significant curriculum design or redesign.

List of our grantees from 2020 to present.

Information on signing up for a curriculum consultation.

List of questions related to grant proposals and what CTE support looks like.

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Elizabeth Dickens

Associate Director & Associate Professor