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Kennesaw State University’s Curriculum Management Webpage


Welcome to Curriculog, Kennesaw State University’s online curriculum management solution. This site is designed for KSU’s faculty and administrators who are involved in adding, modifying, and terminating/deactivating curriculum proposals (courses, minors, certificates, and degree/major programs).

The curriculum management process is entirely online, including the completion of the curriculum proposals, the curriculum meetings (if desired) and agendas, and the review and approval by electronic signature of the curriculum committees/administrators. Since KSU also uses Acalog, the electronic catalog system, appropriate fields in the curriculum proposals will populate from Acalog. When proposals receive final approval, curriculum changes will automatically populate into Acalog.

Prior to gaining access to Curriculog, you must complete training for the type of role(s) (proposal originator, curriculum chair/committee member, and/or administrator) you will have in the Curriculog system. You can access the online Curriculog training(s) at the Curriculog Informational webpage.

Note: We have encountered compatibility issues between Curriculog and Internet Explorer. Firefox is the preferred browser for use with this system.

If you encounter problems as you use the site or if you notice changes that need to be made to the system, please email curriculog@kennesaw.edu

Listed below are the symbols and colors utilized in Curriculog:

  • = has not made a decision
  • = approved
  • = rejected
  • = held
  • = suspended
  • = cancelled
  • = multiple decisions
  • = task
  • = mine
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