The Curriculum End-to-End Program will deliver new and improved digital tools to support the lifecycle of UQ’s curriculum.

Curriculum creation and delivery is core to the business of UQ: over 4500 staff deliver academic activities, including more than 8000 courses within the 400 programs offered at UQ. Current curriculum management processes and systems rely on manual steps, require duplication of content and leverage outdated and cumbersome systems. To ensure our choice of courses and programs remain relevant and viable, we need to evolve the curriculum. This requires a new tool set.

The Curriculum End-to-End Program (CEEP) will improve the design, approval, publishing, delivering and review of curriculum artefacts by implementing a new core curriculum management system named 'Jac'.

CEEP supports the Program Architecture Project (PA2)

Keep up to date

CEEP stakeholders and other UQ staff can visit the CEEP engagement hub to find out more about the project, read latest updates and submit feedback.  

CEEP engagement hub (staff login required)

Benefits to UQ

A key objective of the Program Architecture Project is to deliver the foundations for a stronger and more sustainable portfolio of programs, plans and courses. CEEP supports this objective by:

  • aiding the continuous evolution of curriculum
  • allowing academics to focus on designing and delivering the curriculum, rather than the tools and processes
  • enhancing the student digital experience by providing consistency when exploring study options, and the ability to validate progression and understand the impact of changes
  • reducing manual duplication of content by effective and timely integration
  • reducing the complexity of curriculum management
  • providing a single source of truth for curriculum information
  • supporting the Program Architecture Project objective of delivering the foundations for a stronger and more sustainable portfolio of programs, plans and courses.


A Go-No Go decision was made late December 2023 with an agreement to commence a Progressive Rollout for Jac from mid-January 2024 (Semester 2). This will commence with a group of Early Adopters (those who participated in UAT) on 15 January. Learnings from these Early Adopters will be used to harden the solution before Jac access is given to all users in early March 2024.

The deadline for Semester 2 Data to be published on the website will be mid-July 2024.

A later release with Mapping and BI functionality will be delivered by Global IT in the first half of 2024. A targeted rollout of this version will be August – October 2024.


CEEP is sponsored by Helen Morahan, Deputy Director, Academic Services, and its project owner is Tabetha Bozin, Director, Higher Education Technologies.

Key project contacts

John MeehanProgram Manager
Michael HongChange Lead
Ryan VillarsBusiness Analyst
Caleb WongSystem Support Officer
Andrew BredhauerSolution Architect
Kyle ClarkTester
Matthew EvesTraining Lead

JAC Governance Forum

Kathryn BlythDirector, Academic Services and Academic Registrar
Helen MorahanDeputy Director, Academic Services
Tabetha BozinDirector, Higher Education Technologies
Michael HongProject Officer, ITS
Rowena BowerAssociate Director, Academic Services
Suzanna WongAssociate Director, Enterprise Applications 
Steven OkolicsanyiManager, Enterprise Application Production Support