Faculty Senate

at the University of Evansville

Undergraduate Curriculum Committee

Committee Charge

The committee shall review policy and recommend changes in policy regarding all undergraduate academic programs of the University to the Faculty Senate, including graduation requirements, general education, and changes in departmental offerings.

It shall review routine proposals for changes from departments. It shall evaluate existing curricula and programs and recommend revisions to the Faculty Senate.

It shall evaluate proposed new undergraduate degrees, majors, minors, degrees, and certificates carrying University credit, and recommend new degrees and majors to the Faculty Senate. It shall also consider proposals for deletions of undergraduate degrees, majors, minors, certificates carrying University credit, and courses. If a deletion occurs, the committee will further vote to archive the degree, major, minor, certificate carrying University credit, or course as inactive or obsolete. Inactive is defined as removing the degree, major, or course from the studentís view; however, this allows the degree, major, minor, certificate carrying University credit or course to be reactivated in the future and will enable credits to be transferred in. Obsolete is defined as completely removing the degree, major, minor, certificate carrying University credit, or course from the catalog, preventing reactivation in the future, and being ineligible for transfer credit. The committee shall recommend actions on such proposals to the Faculty Senate. (Additions or deletions of degrees and majors must also be approved by the President and the Board of Trustees.) The committee shall review policy and recommend changes in policy regarding all academic programs of the University to the Faculty Senate, including graduation requirements, general education, and changes in departmental offerings.

Chair: Ben Johnson

Reporting Secretary: Michael Slade

Business:
Ben Johnson 2025

Engineering & Computer Science:
Jared Fulcher 2024

Fine Arts:
Mitchell Critel 2024

Graduate Health Sciences:
Bethany Huebner 2023

Humanities:
Valerie Stein 2025

Nat Sci/Mathematics:
Cris Hochwender 2025

Social Sciences & Library:
Beth Hennon 2023

Undergraduate Nursing, Education & Health Sciences:
Katie Thomas 2024

Students:Taylor Thomas & Amani Senegal
(ex officio)