Macquarie U curriculum design moves forward

The Macquarie U senate has signed off on the new curriculum architecture (CMM July 20), which means faculties have to move sharpish to develop course proposals. They need to be with senate by the end of November to launch in 2020. M U observers suggest numerous academics are yet to engage with the process but the general sense is that staff will get everything done, basically because they need. “The changes are good for students, making it easier for them understand course requirements and reducing the risk of discovering they are short a requirement for graduation when they thought they were finished,” says one M U observer.


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