The Implications of the Curriculum Process on the Design of a Modern Engineering Programme in the Dublin Institute of Technology
In the Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) the curriculum usually starts with a programme document. The programme document will be a snapshot of faculty thinking at a point in time, usually at the validation stage of the programme. The programme document lays down clearly the aims, objectives, facilities, staff, syllabi, learning/teaching methods, assessment procedures, programme-management arrangements and all of the other characteristics of the programme. It provides a basis for critical scrutiny by all involved. Compilation of the document is an iterative process, and the final document is scrutinised by an expert panel as part of the validation process.
"The Implications of the Curriculum Process on the Design of a Modern Engineering Programme in the Dublin Institute of Technology,"
1, Article 9.
Available at: https://arrow.tudublin.ie/level3/vol1/iss1/9