How to Modify Credit & Noncredit Courses​

  1. Modified Course Proposal​

    • Access and complete the Modified Course Proposal form on the CEval website.​
  2. Foundational Documentation​

    • Ensure completion and submission.​
  3. CTE: Labor Market Information​

    • Provide the Dean, Career Education with the TOP Code for the program that your course will be placed within to receive LMI data.​
    • Labor Market Information should demonstrate a need for employment related to the course in its program. ​
  4. CTE: Advisory Committee Minutes​

    • If you need assistance with the creation of an Advisory Board, or the scheduling and recording of the minutes of meetings, contact the Director of Workforce Development. ​
    • Highlight the motions and votes that directly link to the course modification.​
  5. ADT: Transfer Model Curriculum (TMC)​

    • If you are aware that the course is currently part of an ADT at LBCC, access the most current TMC from the Chancellor’s Office website.​
    • Use the TMC to ensure that your course modification will not substantially alter the course content out of the scope of alignment with the TMC. ​
    • If your course modification is moving the content and outcomes away from the current TMC realignment, collaborate with the CEval Subcommittee Chair and Dean, Academic Affairs, and the Articulation Officer to ensure the impact and ramifications are well understood.​
  6. Articulation: Course Articulation​

    • If your course is on a Long Beach City College’s General Education Plan, consult the Articulation Officer throughout the modification process to ensure the impact on articulation that any substantial modification may have.​
  7. CEval Subcommittee​

    • To be considered for upcoming CEval meetings, submit the following to the subcommittee chair:​
      • Departmental Discussions​
      • Approval Sheet​
      • Completed Modified Course Proposal​
      • CTE: Advisory Minutes​
      • CTE: Labor Market Information​​