Jim Nichols, Instructional Computing Division Chair, Estrella Mountain Community College, Avondale, AZCara Tang, PhD, Computer Information Systems Faculty, Portland Community CollegeDirected by the ACM Education Board, the ACM CCECC (Committee for Computing Education in Community Colleges) has produced curricular guidance for associate-degree IT programs consisting of core IT learning outcomes with associated assessment rubrics. The learning outcomes express core IT competencies which should be common to all IT-related associate-degree programs. The three-tiered assessment rubrics provide further clarity and meaningful evaluation metrics for each outcome, and facilitate integration into assessment-based curricula. The outcomes have been influenced by current and future needs of business and industry, certifications, related curricula, and government and standards bodies. This session will present the CCECC's curricular guidance for associate-degree IT programs, with time for discussion. This is the concluding session in the series of CCECC reports at MPICT on the IT curriculum project that began with a presentation at MPICT 2012 and continued at MPICT 2013.