As mandated by the Constitution of the University Faculty Senate, Rev. May 8, 2008.
11.g. The Faculty Senate Curriculum Committee is responsible to the Faculty Senate in matters of screening, evaluating, and originating policies pertaining to undergraduate and graduate study within the University. This committee will also monitor Special Topics offerings at all levels. Membership shall include at least one faculty member from each college and will be chaired by a member of the Faculty Senate.
The Committee shall implement Article II of the Constitution with regard to curriculum and alert the Faculty Senate to any proliferation or duplication of courses. The Committee shall meet regularly to review current curricula and to discuss any proposed changes. Requests for course changes, new courses, program revisions, and new programs shall be reviewed by the Committee before coming to the Faculty Senate. The Committee will report to the Faculty Senate, at the start of each fall semester, a list of all special topics courses being offered that fall and winter term, giving course number and title. The Committee will also report to the Faculty Senate at the start of each spring semester a list of all special topics courses being offered that spring and summer term, giving course number and title.