Mission

  1. PURPOSE OF THE COMMITTEE:
    The purpose of the committee shall be to provide a recommendation to the appropriate University official regarding the addition or deletion of any academic major or minor degree programs, options, minors, and certificates offered by the University. The committee also reviews the minutes of the College Curriculum Committees, monitors new course proposals, reviews and approves any policy or procedure changes recommended by the General Education Committee (GEC), the General Education Assessment Committee (GEAC), and any other body responsible for university curriculum and forwards these to the Office of Academic Affairs and/or to the Faculty Senate as needed. The committee also monitors any curricular conflicts that may arise between academic programs and is responsible for making recommendations to the appropriate Chair, Dean, or Academic Vice President regarding possible solutions to resolve such conflicts.

    (UCCC Bylaws, 2011)

  2. PURPOSE OF THE COMMITTEE:
    The University Curriculum Coordinating Committee shall:
    1. Make recommendations to the Senate and other appropriate bodies where required regarding the addition or deletion of academic program requirements for all academic majors, minors, options, or certificate programs offered by the University,
    2. Serve to review any existing and approved degree programs that may choose to offer additional off-campus, hybrid, or online degree programs where greater than 50% of the coursework is completed off campus,
    3. Review the minutes of the College Curriculum Committees,
    4. Monitor new course proposals with particular notice of possible conflicts among the Colleges and propose solutions to resolve such conflicts to the Provost,
    5. Review and approve any policy or procedural changes recommended by the General Education Committee or General Education Assessment Committee.

    (Article IV, Faculty Senate Bylaws)