Curriculum Management

A curriculum for success.

From course creation and scheduling to analysis and tracking, Workday Student helps you with your curriculum management.

View projected course enrollment and take action based on demand.

Plan course sections based on enrollment analytics to improve student services.

Analyze instructors by department to effectively assign courses in real time.

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Plan the best course of action.

Workday Student, built for today’s campuses, lets you easily create, manage, and maintain courses using one easy-to-use curriculum management system.

  • Create and maintain course data, including the unique attributes, and the necessary taxonomy for IPEDS reporting.
  • Manage course eligibility, requisites, preclusions, and restrictions.
  • Set parameters to control enrollment and wait-list capacity.
  • Define policies at the institutional level or tailor them to unique programs of study.
  • Use real-time data to quickly decide whether to add or cancel courses.

Showcase all types of learning.

Support ever-evolving learning models with an adaptable curriculum management system.

  • Create fixed and date-driven academic calendars.
  • Adopt a flexible framework to recognize internships, study abroad programs, and other student learning.
  • Showcase projects, dissertations, examinations, or other milestones on student transcripts.
  • Schedule course assessments outside of course meeting times.

Identify key skills and knowledge.

With curriculum management from Workday, you can identify competencies and outcomes acquired from a particular course, activity, or achievement.

  • Link competencies and learning outcomes to individual courses and allow them to satisfy program requirements.
  • Use learning outcomes to show what students can do in a measureable way.
  • Allow students to share competencies with potential employers to create a bridge from education to occupation.