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Chapter 3. Institutional Operating Standards. Article 1. Minimum Operating Standards. Educational Program.   

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In order to meet its mission and objectives, the educational program defined in section 94837 of the Code shall be comprised of a curriculum that includes:

(a) those subject areas that are necessary for a student to achieve the educational objectives of the educational program in which the student is enrolled;

(b) subject areas and courses or modules that are presented in a logically organized manner or sequence to students;

(c) course or module materials that are designed or organized by duly qualified faculty. For each course or module, each student shall be provided with a syllabus or course outline that contains:

(1) a short, descriptive title of the educational program;

(2) a statement of educational objectives;

(3) length of the educational program;

(4) sequence and frequency of lessons or class sessions;

(5) complete citations of textbooks and other required written materials;

(6) sequential and detailed outline of subject matter to be addressed or a list of skills to be learned and how those skills are to be measured;

(7) instructional mode or methods.

(d) if degree granting, require research of an appropriate degree that utilizes a library and other learning resources;

(e) specific learning outcomes tied to the sequence of the presentation of the material to measure the students' learning of the material; and

(f) evaluation by duly qualified faculty of those learning outcomes.

Authority cited:

Education Code 94803

Education Code 94885

Education Code 94877


Education Code 94837

Education Code 94885

(Amended by Register 2010, No. 47.)