What is the Curriculum Committee?
The Curriculum Committee is charged with making recommendations concerning curricular issues, including new course and departmental and program proposals, related to the quality of the academic mission of the School of Business. The Committee is responsible for reviewing for rigor, quality, and compliance with Academic Affairs and School of Business requirements, recommendations from the submitting Departments concerning new programs, program structure, new or revised course proposals, or other issues.
Who serves on the Curriculum Committee?
The Curriculum Committee consists of one faculty selected from within each Department of the School of Business. The Chair of the committee is elected by the Committee faculty members for a three-year term in the spring semester to serve the following academic years. A faculty member may not chair the committee his/her first year of membership.
How do I submit a proposal?
Proposals must be received electronically no later than one week before the next scheduled Curriculum Committee meeting in order to be placed on the agenda. The Dean should be copied on all submissions to the Curriculum Committee. It is strongly encouraged that any faculty member who has a proposal before the Curriculum Committee attend the scheduled date for discussion. The Committee meets monthly on second Wednesdays from 2:00-3:00pm. Please forward all proposals via email to Committee Chair, Dr. Susan Hume (email@example.com).
Proposals should contain a Course Approval Sheet, Sample Syllabus, and if a new course a cover sheet connecting the course to the departmental and/or the School of Business’ learning goals. Note when the Department approved the proposal.
- Proposal contains:
- Proposals should be submitted electronically one week before the scheduled meeting date for inclusion on the agenda. The Committee meets monthly on second Wednesdays from 2:00-3:00pm.
- All proposals sent to Committee Chair, Dr. Susan Hume (firstname.lastname@example.org).
- The Dean is copied on all submissions (email@example.com).
- Faculty member attends the scheduled meeting. During the meeting the faculty member is given 10 minutes of uninterrupted time to present the proposal. This is followed up by a question-and-answer period.