Curriculums? Don’t you mean curricula?
Both plural forms are acceptable, but the Oxford Dictionary prefers -ums. To determine Oxford’s preference (the main entry is curriculum, so that’s no guide), look at their examples. In this case, the example Oxford provides is “In the process of designing courses and curriculums[,] I re-examined how colleges do it.”
I don’t often get to correct the Oxford Dictionary, but even it occasionally makes an error: in the example, there should be a comma after the introductory phrase. The phrase is much too long to consider the comma discretionary.
October 8, 2015 / Tim McAuley / 0