Submit a course revision when there are changes to an approved course, such as course title, subject area, and UC honors designation.
When to revise a course
Submit a course revision when any of the following situations arise:
- Course title change
- Changes to the A-G subject area, discipline, CTE industry sector and/or CTE pathway
- Request UC honors designation
You may be required to update the course description to meet current A-G course criteria and submission requirements.
When a course revision is not approved
If your course revision is not approved, the course will remain on your A-G list as originally approved. You can start and a submit a new revision for review. You are allowed to start and submit as many revisions as you please during the annual submission period (February 1 - September 15).
Course list changes that do not require revisons
You do not need to submit a course revision if you are:
- Updating transcript abbreviations or course codes
- Adding an already approved course to previous academic years
Updating and adding transcript abbreviations and course codes
You do not need to submit a course revision if you’re only updating transcript abbreviations for a course. You can update transcript abbreviations on your Course/Reference List page on the A-G Course Management Portal. Transcripts abbreviations can be made retroactive up to three previous academic years.
Add course to previous academic years
If an approved course was left off a school’s course list for previous academic years, course and reference list managers can add the course retroactively, up to three previous academic years, using the “Add course to previous year” feature when logged on the A-G CMP home page.
If the course was adopted from an online course publisher or program, the course must be on the online course publisher or program’s reference list for the years you wish to add the course retroactively.