Academic Affairs

CurriculogTM Curriculum Management System

Welcome to Curriculog!

CurriculogTM, ECU's electronic curriculum and program management system, launched on August 17, 2017.  This companion Website is designed for ECU faculty, administrators, and committees involved in the submission, review and approval of curriculum and program actions.  Please check back periodically for updates.  

Curriculog integrates well with Acalog, ECU's catalog management system, and Banner.  Information can be imported directly from Acalog into appropriate fields in proposal forms, edited/changed, then migrated intact into Acalog for subsequent inclusion in the catalog, and the appropriate Banner fields will be updated as well. 

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 systems for distribution. 


Curriculog training is available and recommended to help users understand the process and get familiar with the navigation and tools of the system.  Online videos are in development and will be posted as they become available. For specific training needs, please email


Faculty originators should first consult with their college liaison when beginning a proposal and for any additional assistance with Curriculog.  Representatives from the UCC and GCC will assist the respective liaisons and are generally available to departments and colleges when questions arise. For questions or assistance with the Curriculog system, please email  

Program Development

Faculty planning new degree programs will find these resources useful in completing the UNC General Administration paperwork: the UNC Request to Plan a New Degree Program and the UNC Request to Establish a New Degree Program. The forms can be found on the Academic Planning Resource Links page.


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