Curriculog is Cleveland State University’s online curriculum management system that replaced OCAS in May 2016. This self-contained platform allows the curriculum management process to take place entirely online, including working on proposals, communication, and decisions. Although the Office of the University Registrar oversees Curriculog, creating curricular proposals and the review of curriculum is a function of faculty and the academic units.
Curriculog is connected directly to the university’s online catalog database, Acalog which pulls course information from our ERP, PeopleSoft. Through this integration, users import courses and programs from next year's draft catalog to create proposals for modification. Users are also able to run an impact report for courses which lists all dependent elements for a particular item such as prerequisites, corequisites, crosslistings, and programs.
After the originator approves the proposal, he or she is able to track the proposal through the approval process, and see comments and decisions.
Secure access is tied to your CSU ID and password and submitting decisions in the system takes the place of your signature.
If you have questions about Curriculog, please contact any of the following: