CurricUNET is our online curriculum management software. This is where you develop new courses, modify courses, request distance education, etc. You can also search courses. There is also a training site to practice using the software without affecting live data.
Access the most recently approved Butte College course outlines.
Degrees and Programs
Butte College has a wonderful variety of educational options from which to choose. Those include transfer degrees to a four-year college, Associate in Arts or Science Degrees, certificate programs, courses that will prepare you for employment, career skills coursework, and personal enrichment classes.
Agendas and Minutes
Curriculum Committee agendas and minutes.
Curriculum Committee Members
Curriculum Committee members are a good source of contact regarding course outlines and the curriculum process.
A Butte College catalog is available online or through our bookstore.
A resource for Curriculum Committee members on curriculum related rules and regulations.
ASSIST is an online student-transfer information system that shows how course credits earned at one public California college or university can be applied when transferred to another. ASSIST is the official repository of articulation for California’s public colleges and universities and provides the most accurate and up-to-date information about student transfer in California.
This inventory lists credit degrees and certificates offered by California community colleges which are approved by the Chancellor's Office. Types of programs not included here are: credit certificates that require fewer than 18 semester units or 27 quarter units; inactive program; and noncredit programs.
Program Review is a formal undertaking every six years, tied to the Accreditation process in order to minimize duplication of information. It is a systematic process of gathering, analyzing, reporting, and applying data about a program and its curriculum. The major objective of Program Review is to improve the quality of education at Butte College. Yearly Unit Plans will be created each year and will be summarized in the Program Review. See Program Review Document for details.
Curriculum Review and Program Review must both be finished BEFORE the Program Review process is fully concluded. The Program Review process, including Curriculum Review, writing the Program Review, and the validation team visit are to take place within the span of two academic calendar years. A discipline or program may determine whether Curriculum Review is undertaken before or after the formal Program Review articulated in the Self-Study Framework is complete. However, the timeline established by the Dean in conjunction with the department MUST be adhered to.