The Curriculum module in the M-Pathways Student Administration System supports the capture and maintenance of data related to the courses and classes available at the University of Michigan.
The Office of the Registrar is responsible for the maintenance of course information. A "course" is that content which is proposed by faculty or departments, approved through the unit curriculum process, and entered into the system for units to build classes upon (e.g., Math 101 or Political Science 401). Department curriculum administrators use M-Pathways to review both general course information and specific information about classes each term.
Departments maintain data about classes directly in M-Pathways. A "class" is an offering of a course for a specific term (e.g., Math 101, Section 1, for Fall Term 2003). Schools, colleges, and departments use the Curriculum module to:
Some departments use M-Pathways to schedule events other than classes. This functionality is currently being used by the Registrar's Office and College of Engineering only. M-Pathways Event Scheduling lets users:
Within ITS, the Curriculum module is supported by the Student Administration System Division.