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Academic Affairs

University Curriculum Committee

Curriculum committees at the college and university levels will address all matters dealing with major and minor requirements, new courses, new degree and certificate programs, the core curriculum, and program development. All proposals for new degree programs must be consistent with the CSU's mission and must follow the procedures described by the University Systems Office of Academic Programs ( http://www.usg.edu/academic_programs/ ).

The responsibilities of the University Curriculum Committee are to:

  • Review and make recommendations on all requests to create new courses, modify existing courses, delete courses, and reactivate courses;
  • Review and recommend policies that govern general university requirements;
  • Review and make recommendations on all new undergraduate and graduate degree, certificate, and minor program proposals; and;
  • Notify the CSU SACSCOC Liaison if any curricular initiative represents a substantive change of the type indicated by the chart in the Columbus State University Substantive Change Policy.

UCC Announcements

March 27, 2020, revised April 6

Due to the COVID-19 disruptions, UCC meetings during Spring 2020 will be conducted by video conference.

  • As always, UCC meetings are open to visitors. Please email Pat McHenry or Suzy Gunnels if you would like to be included on the video conference as a visitor.
  • UCC members can find a video conference invitation in the calendar invitation.
  • Due to the volume of proposals this spring, the UCC has scheduled extra meetings in addition to the regular meeting. All meetings are from 3-5 p.m.
    • March 31: Proposals from COLS and COEHP
    • April 14: Proposals from COA (Music and Art) and TCOB
    • April 21: Proposals from COA (Communication)
    • May 5: Proposals from COLS/IPC (Interdisciplinary Studies)
  • All proposals are visible in MyCurriculum Programs and MyCurriculum Courses (in MyCSU Faculty/Staff Apps).