New General Education Curriculum:
2020 General Education Curriculum Student Learning Outcomes (approved by the University Faculty Council on 9/11/19)
All meetings are 4:30-6pm and will be held electronically via Zoom. Contact the Chair for the meeting link if you wish to attend.
Requests for re-evaluation of transfer courses for general education credit will be considered at all meetings.
Please note that the committee will only be accepting course proposals for designation for the new general education curriculum. Course proposals must be received by the committee by the November meeting in order to be considered for inclusion in the catalog for 2021-2022.
- 2021 Nicole Crowder (Associate, CAS)
- 2021 Brooke DiLauro (Associate, CAS) – Chair
- 2022 Courtney Clayton (Associate, COE) – Secretary
- 2023 Leslie Martin (Associate, CAS)
- 2023 Robert Rycroft (Full, CAS)
One representative each from
Office of the Provost
Office of the Registrar
Office of Academic Services
Office of Institutional Analysis and Effectiveness
2.6.7 The committee’s duties are to:
.1 Maintain the philosophy, for all undergraduate degrees, of the general education curriculum as a fundamental component of a liberal arts education;
.2 Establish procedures and criteria for the approval, deletion, and alteration of courses fulfilling the requirements of the general education curriculum;
.3 Review and approve or reject proposals for courses to be designated general education courses, once those courses have been approved by the University Curriculum Committee;
.4 Review and evaluate general education courses on a scheduled and on-going basis to ensure that courses continue to fulfill the relevant general education course criteria, making suggestions for course revisions or removal from the general education curriculum as appropriate;
.5 Perform any and all additional duties pertaining to this committee at the request of the University Faculty Council or the committee chair; and
.6 Make information available regarding the procedures and deadlines for proposing courses to the general education committee.