COMMITTEE ON THE UNDERGRADUATE CURRICULUM (CUC)
(Bylaws, Article 13.64)

Membership of CUC

A.     The Committee on the Undergraduate Curriculum shall consist of the following members:

        One faculty representative, from the Undergraduate Coordinating Council (UCC), shall be chosen by the faculty of the Undergraduate Coordinating Council;

        One faculty representative shall be appointed by the curriculum committee of each undergraduate degree-granting college except the College of Liberal Arts and
        Sciences;

        Three faculty representatives shall be appointed by the curriculum committee of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, to represent the areas of the
        humanities, social sciences, and the other sciences;

        Two student members shall be selected by the Committee On the Undergraduate Curriculum (CUC) from nominees submitted by the student advisory
        committees of the undergraduate degree-granting colleges;

        The vice provost responsible for undergraduate education shall be an ex officio, nonvoting member.

        Faculty shall serve three-year staggered terms.

        Students shall serve one-year terms.

        The chair shall be elected by the voting members of the Committee on the Undergraduate Curriculum and shall serve a one-year renewable term beginning in the
        fall semester.

B.     Duties

        The Committee on the Undergraduate Curriculum shall have the responsibilities to:

        1.     Recommend general policies regarding the design of the undergraduate curriculum;

        2.     Receive from the college curriculum committees decisions regarding the substitution, alteration, addition, or deletion of undergraduate courses and
                programs not in the area of general education. All curriculum decisions involving course content, description, title, and number shall be reported to the UCC
                without committee action or comment unless they involve course duplication or overlap between colleges, cross-college concerns, or university standards;

        3.     Review and approve, or return to the originating department or college with appropriate comment, all curricula proposals involving course duplication or
                overlap between colleges, cross-college concerns, or university standards. Proposals approved by the committee shall be reported to the UCC;

        4.     Negotiate and resolve questions concerning course duplication or overlap between colleges, cross-college concerns, or university standards that arise from
                or concerning proposals for curriculum change;

        5.     Make recommendations regarding university policies governing programs of undergraduate study;

        6.     Review proposed new programs of undergraduate study and make recommendations to the UCC.

        Minutes and reports are to be distributed to all University Council members and copies are to be deposited in the university archives.

COMMITTEE ON THE UNDERGRADUATE CURRICULUM (CUC)


C.  MEMBERSHIP
2002-2003
2003-2004
2004-2005
2005-2006
UCC Faculty James Stewart Sally Conklin - Fall
Deb Gough - Spring
 
Business Betty Schroeder Carol DeMoranville Carol DeMoranville Carol DeMoranville
Education Sally Conklin Greg Conderman Greg Conderman  Greg Conderman
Engineering & Engineering Technology Don Zinger Donald Zinger Donald Zinger Donald Zinger
Health and Human Sciences M. J. Blaschak *M. J. Blaschak  
LA&S Sciences  Jeffrey Thunder Jeffrey Thunder Jeffrey Thunder 
LA&S Humanities Art Doederlein Nicole Clifton Nicole Clifton Nicole Clifton
LA&S Social Sciences Jie Song ±Jie Song  
Visual and Performing Arts =Randall Newsom Randall Newsom  
+ Vice Provost #Robert Wheeler  Earl Seaver  
Students (2) Anna Stolz - ED
Andrew Nelms - LAS
Jim Ferris - ED
Erica Goldberg - LAS
 
* Chair
+ Ex officio, nonvoting
±M. Konen serves for J. Song (sabbatical)