Curriculum Effective 2021-2022

All revisions or new curriculum is effective fall 2021 or as indicated. To review any curriculum pending approval, log onto Curriculog, the SJSU's curriculum management system, or contact the Curriculum Office

Courses

For more detail, view the Course Proposal Log (links to syllabi included, when available) to see pending and approved proposals for new or modified courses, including General Education, and Service Learning.

Programs

New Degrees

  • Animation & Illustration, BFA - degree elevation from concentration (Academic Plan Code: ANIBFA-1; students that will continue in the BFA Art, Animation/Illustration concentration will use the Academic Plan Code XAR14BFA1)
  • Clinical Mental Health Counseling, MS - degree elevation from concentration (Academic Plan Code:CMHCMS-3, students that will continue in the MS Psychology, Clinical Psychology concentration will use the Academic Plan Code XPSYLMS-3)
  • Information Science and Data Analytics, BS - fully online degree completion program in special session effective fall 2021; regular session hybrid, where GE and electives are face to face and upper division major content is online, full degree effective fall 2022; pilot program: full proposal must be submitted in 5 years (Academic Plan Codes: ISDABS-1X for self support degree completion; ISDABS-1 for state-support full degree program)
  • Special Education, MA - degree elevation from concentration (Academic Plan Code: SPEDMA-3, students that will continue in the MA Education, Special Education concentration will used Academic Plan Code XEDSEMA-3)
  • Teaching, MA - degree elevation from concentration (TEACHMA-3). Students continuing in the current Education, Curriculum and Instruction with Multiple Subject Credential Concentration, MA program will use XEDELMA-3. EDELMA-3 and EDELMA-3T will not be inactivated because the code will be used for the Education, Curriculum and Instruction (LACES) Concentration, MA students.

New Concentrations

Major Program Revisions

Suspensions and Discontinuations

Organizational Changes