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Publication Date

Fall 2007


Curriculum revision is one of the most daunting challenges facing faculty. The process is full of pitfalls and hurdles. However, these problems can be overcome. In the following discussion, the ten things that must be considered are listed and evaluated. Although many of the factors appear to be self-evident, programs often find them to be insurmountable hurdles. The paper discusses such potential problems as faculty involvement, planning activities, resources, and stakeholder considerations. By keeping these warnings in mind, a curriculum revision can be a rewarding and productive endeavor.

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© 2007 JW Press. This document was published with permission by the publisher. It was originally published in Journal of Learning in Higher Education.