The University Undergraduate Curriculum Committee is part of the Faculty Senate. It is comprised of 18 faculty members (approved by the Faculty Senate); two members representing each of the Faculty Senate voting groups; two at large members; three students selected by the Student Government Association; deans of colleges and schools that offer an undergraduate curriculum or degrees; the library dean; a member of the Oversight Committee on Core Curriculum; the registrar; and a designee of the Office of the Provost who also serves as the co-chair. The student members serve a one-year term and are non-voting members. Faculty members serve three years with a second three-year term possible. All 18 faculty are voting members. The deans, registrar and administrative co-chair are non-voting. Designees, who are full time faculty members or librarians will be ex-officio voting.
This committee oversees and reviews curriculum from an institutional perspective. It helps the University place “the primary responsibility for content, quality, and effectiveness of its curriculum with its faculty” as required by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges. The committee establishes specific measures for the evaluation of courses and programs. It also makes recommendations to the Faculty Senate’s Executive Committee and the Faculty Senate regarding the curriculum.
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