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Dean of the College or designee (nonvoting)
Eight members, two representatives from each of the following four divisions within the College: Natural Sciences (Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, Geography, Computer Science, and Physics/Engineering); Social Sciences (Sociology, Political Science, Psychology and Social Work); Humanities (History, English, Philosophy and Foreign Languages); and Fine Arts (Performing Arts, Visual Arts and Mass Communications)
The jurisdiction of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Curriculum Committee (CLASciCC) coincides with the area of responsibilities of the Dean of the College. The CLASciCC shall recommend to the Dean policies on academic priorities, degree requirements and standards, and academic major requirements. The CLASciCC shall recommend action on departmental initiatives concerning new programs, program changes, and the addition, modification, renumbering, or deletion of courses. Specifically, its functions include the responsibility for reviewing, and acting upon curriculum proposals from units within the College. This includes undergraduate curriculum proposals and those graduate proposals with impact on undergraduate curriculum, including courses dual listed at the undergraduate and graduate levels. The Committee will —
The Chair is elected at the first meeting following elections.
The Chair has the responsibility to —
A quorum will consist of five (5) of the eight (8) voting members.
TERMS OF OFFICE
The officers' terms will be one year in duration beginning with the Committee's first meeting.
CLASciCC will meet on the third Wednesday of each month during the academic year. Special meetings may be called by the chair if necessary.
Amendments to the structure and procedures of the Committee may be proposed at any meeting of the Committee and will be adopted if passed by a three-quarters vote of the membership present at the next meeting.
All department requests will come to the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Curriculum Committee (CLASciCC).
Activities related to the following responsibilities must be presented to the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Curriculum Committee (CLASciCC) for full review before submission to the university Academic Affairs Committee for its review.
The following activities require a review of the CLASciCC:
Activities related to the following responsibilities must be presented to CLASciCC for full review, and must be passed by vote, before submission to the university Academic Affairs Committee for its review and vote:
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Curriculum Committee (CLASciCC) reserves the right to vote on any action submitted to it.