3.5. The Academic Curriculum is a regulatory document of the University, which determines the list and scope of academic disciplines (educational components), the logical sequence of their study, the type of semester control, the distribution of teaching hours by type of classes and the form of certification.
3.6. The Academic Curricula are made based on the relevant study program and the Academic Calendar separately for each LHE and the form of attaining HE for the entire period of study.
3.7. The Current Academic Curricula are based on the relevant Academic Curricula for each year of training according to the relevant study program to improve the content of education, specify the planning of the educational process and consolidate disciplines (educational components) for certain departments for the next academic year.
3.8. Both Academic and Current Academic Curricula are developed by working groups of graduating departments involving, if necessary, representatives of other departments. The Guarantor of the relevant study program supervises the working group. The Deputy Director of the Institute / Dean of the Faculty (educational and methodological direction) monitors the requirements for the Academic and Current Academic Curricula.
3.9. Requirements for the structure, content and design of the Academic Curricula and Current Academic Curricula are determined by the order of the Rector to prepare for the new academic year at Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute.
3.10. The Academic Council of the University approves the Academic Curricula. The Vice-rector of the University signs them and then they are marked with the University seal.
3.11. The Academic Council of the University approves the Academic Calendar dates. The Vice-rector of the University signs it and then it is marked with the University seal.
3.12. The Vice-rector for Academic Affairs of the University approves the Current Academic Curricula.
3.13. The Academic Curricula electronic form is implemented in the automated system of planning of the educational process.
3.14. A department head is responsible for organizing the educational process at the department, implementing the Academic Curricula, monitoring the quality of teaching disciplines (educational components), teaching, and research activities of research and teaching staff (hereinafter RTS).