College Curriculum Committee
The mission of the College of Business Curriculum is to deliver a dynamic and innovative curriculum that is technologically at the forefront; define learning outcomes and assure that students achieve these learning outcomes; prepare a foundation for learners to engage in life-long learning and achievement in a rapidly changing, increasingly diverse society. view meeting minutes...
- Be responsible for studying, accepting, or returning for revision all proposals submitted by College of Business departmental curriculum committees for establishing new courses, programs, or curricula; for deleting or substituting courses; and for changing existing courses, programs, or curricula.
- Ensure that assessment tools and procedures are in place to support the achievement of learning outcomes and that results are reported to demonstrate progress towards the achievement of these outcomes.
- Submit all proposals involving the general education program and new programs to the Undergraduate Coordinating Council or Graduate Council with its recommendations.
- Have power to initiate curricular proposals.
- Establish standards and process for curricular oversight for UBUS courses and other college-wide curricular requirements.
- Have final authority for the substitution, alteration, addition, or deletion of courses other than those involving the general education program. It shall report final recommendations to the Undergraduate Coordinating Council or Graduate Council.
- Have the right to request the Undergraduate Coordinating Council to submit its decisions to the University Council for review.
Membership is determined as follows:
- Five (5) elected faculty, one (1) undergraduate student member, and one (1) graduate student member; all with equal speaking and voting privileges.
- The Associate Dean, who serves as chair of the committee and who will vote only to break ties. In the absence of the Associate Dean, the faculty assistant chair/secretary will chair the committee meeting.
- The Director of Undergraduate Studies, who is a non-voting ex-officio member.
- The Director of MBA Programs, who is a non-voting ex-officio member.
- The Assistant to the Dean for Assessment/Strategic Planning, who is a non-voting ex-officio member.
- The representative to the Committee on Undergraduate Curriculum (CUC) and the representative to the Graduate Council Curriculum Committee (GCCC), who are non-voting ex-officio members.