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PACC Course Development Information

Course development begins with consideration of the program, degree, and subject area to which the course will be attached. That is, the reasons why a course is being developed are to be considered. The process varies slightly depending on the type of course being proposed.
The PACC process for Curriculum Development and Review, for each type of course is as follows:  

New Courses  
  1. District PACC process includes Steps 1, 2, 3 for new courses with External Agency Review and approval (that affect only the individual College).
  2. District PACC process includes Steps 1, 2, 3 for new courses with External Agency Review and approval (that affect and include other CCC Colleges).
  3. College PACC process includes Steps 1 and 2 for new courses that are adoptions of active courses at other CCC colleges and External Agency Review.  Use Form 11 (individual course change) or Form 12 (volume changes).  Report out to Step 3.
  
Existing courses  
  1. ​District PACC process includes Steps 1, 2, 3 for major changes without External Agency Review (that affect and include other CCC Colleges).
  2. District PACC process includes Steps 1, 2, and 3 for major changes with External Agency Review and approval (that affect and include other CCC Colleges).
  3. College PACC process for minor changes with External Agency Review and approval includes Steps 1 and 2 (e.g. IAI submission for transfer courses and accrediting agencies for occupational programs that do not affect other CCC colleges).
  4. College PACC process includes Steps 1 and 2 for minor changes without External Agency Review (that do not affect other CCC colleges).
  5. District PACC process includes Steps 1, 2, 3 for adoption of active courses from other CCC college (with major/minor changes) and External Agency Review.  Use Form 11 (individual course change) or Form 12 (volume changes).
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The differences between the District and College process 

District PACC Process 
If the principal advocate is seeking IAI approval for a course, which is district specific, then each college should submit the district discipline-coordinated master syllabus along with a congruent instructor syllabus for each college.  This is a district-wide proposal and needs department/discipline input and completes the District PACC process. 

College PACC Process 
If the principal advocate is seeking IAI approval for a course that is college specific, then each college should submit its unique master syllabus.  This is a college proposal and needs department/discipline input and completes the College PACC process. We recommend that changes be reported out in Step 3 to keep people informed a cross district.​ 

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