Curriculog™ FAQ

What is Curriculog™?

Curriculog™ is ECU’s electronic curriculum and program management system that allows faculty to submit proposals to create and revise courses, degree programs, certificates, etc. Curriculog™ enables ECU to maintain an accurate account of all course offerings and degree programs, save time, reduce errors and time to approvals, and ensure consistent course and program information between ECU databases and systems.

How do I login to Curriculog™?

Navigate to, and log in with your Pirate ID and Passphrase.

Who can submit course and program revisions in Curriculog™?

Curriculum is a faculty driven process. Only faculty are permitted to enter, review, and approve proposals in Curriculog™.

How do I get started with making curriculum revisions in Curriculog™?

Before entering information into Curriculog™, please read through the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) on this page and review the Curriculog™ resource page. If you have additional questions, please email

How do I determine which Curriculog™ form I should use?

To determine what form to use, please refer to the Curriculum and Program Actions Quick Reference Guide (PDF).

What is a Summary of Request form?

The Summary of Request (SOR) form is required for all curriculum packages. It should contain a complete and clear summary of all the curriculum actions that are taking place in the package. The SOR should include links to all proposal forms so reviewers know which forms are included in your package. Please refer to Creating a Summary of Request document (PDF) for more information on how to create and format a SOR.

When and how do I import course or program information from the ECU Catalogs into my form?

When revising existing courses or programs, you must import information from the ECU catalogs into the form being used. Importing data from the catalog ensures the course or program information is accurate and consistent with all ECU databases. Refer to How to Import (PDF) document for a step-by-step guide on how to import.

How and when do I launch my form?

After importing information from the catalog and completing all required fields marked with an *, you should immediately launch your form. It is a system requirement to launch each form before making edits to the course or program information. Launching is like enabling the track-change button in a Microsoft Word document as it allows Curriculog to capture or “track” each edit that is made to the existing information. Reviewers will utilize the “mark-up” function to review the edits. Please follow the How do I Launch instructions (PDF).

How and when do I approve my form?

After importing, launching, and making edits to a form, you should approve your forms. Approving proposals will move them to the next step in the approval workflow and others will begin reviewing. All forms in a curriculum package should be approved at the same time to ensure that reviewers receive a complete and comprehensive proposal. follow the Approving Proposals document (PDF) for instructions on how to approve.

How do I determine the approval workflow my Curriculog™ proposal has to go through?

Each form in Curriculog™ lists the approval workflow the form must complete. This workflow is set after forms are launched. To view the approval workflow, open your form and click the “Workflow Status” button on the right-hand side of the screen.

How do I find out the dates of the meetings that my package has to go through?

A calendar of meetings dates for committees relevant to the curriculum process are included in the “My Events” section of the Curriculog™. To access the “My Events” calendar, navigate to and login using your Pirate ID and Passphrase. After logging in, the “My Events” calendar will be on the bottom, right-hand side of your screen.

What are the differences between Level I, II, and III curriculum changes?

At ECU curriculum changes require different levels of approval based on the particular action being taken. There are Level I, Level II, and Level III changes. The levels of approval vary from only needing approval from the Undergraduate Curriculum Committee (UCC)/Graduate Curriculum Committee (GCC) to needing approval from the UNC System Office and/or the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (​SACSCOC). For more information on the approval process and the types of revisions that fall under each level please refer to Level I, II, III Curriculum Changes (PDF) document.

What are the deadlines for curriculum changes to be included in the 2024-2025 academic catalog?

Undergraduate Deadlines (UCC): February 29, 2024 for Level II and III changes and March 28, 2024 for Level I changes.

Graduate Deadlines (GCC): February 28, 2024 for Level II and III changes and March 27, 2024 for Level I changes.

How do I determine if my course or program revision impacts another department?

Each Curriculog™ form has an impact section that has step-by-step instructions on how to determine if the curricular action that is being proposed impacts another department. These instructions differ depending on the form being completed, so please refer to the instructions within the individual form. Refer to the following resources to determine the impacts of new courses (PDF), course revisions (PDF), and program revisions (PDF).

How do I find out who to notify when my course or program revisions impact another department?

It is required that the department chair of the impacted unit be notified, but it is also good practice to notify the program coordinator as well. Follow Impact Email Notification Template document (PDF) for an impact notification email template. Department chairs and program coordinators can be found in the ECU Catalog or the department’s website.

How do I attach a file to my Curriculog™ form?

After logging into Curriculog™ and opening a form, click on the “Files” icon. Next, click “Browse” to search for the file you wish to upload. After selecting the file, click “Upload.”

How do I review the changes I made in my form?

To view the revisions made in your form after it has been launched, click the “Discussion” icon on the right-hand side of your screen. In the User Tracking dropdown box that appears, select “Show current with markup.” Next, scroll to the fields in the form where revisions have been made. The revisions will be visible in different color text and strikethroughs.

Who is my curriculum liaison?

Every department has a curriculum liaison who has experience with the curriculum process, Curriculog™, and can assist you throughout the curriculum process. The list of curriculum liaisons can be accessed via the curriculum liaison page.

What happens after my proposal is reviewed at a UCC/GCC meeting?

After a UCC/GCC meeting, faculty have 5 business days to make any revisions requested by the committee. The chair of the committee will ensure the edits are made and approve the proposal after the committee has approved the meeting minutes. If the revisions being made are a Level II or III change, the proposal will move to the next committee’s approval step.

What is the definition of a program as referenced in Curriculog™ forms?

A program is a pre-determined set of course work that leads to a specific credential. Degrees and certificates are considered programs, whereas concentrations and minors are not.