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Curriculum Committee Records

Identifier: UA 0053.58

Scope and Contents

The Curriculum Committee Records consists of one handbook dating from 1982.


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Collection is open for research.

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Biographical or Historical Information

The Curriculum Committee consists of eighteen members, none of which elected at large by the Faculty Council. Seven represent the professional schools and the College of Arts and Sciences. Both the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs and the Office of the Registrar are represented by one ex officio member without vote.

The Curriculum Committee is the agency of the University devoted to the study of the undergraduate curriculum. Basic functions include: 1. review and approve new courses, changes to existing courses, new majors, programs or degrees, 2. approve requests for area credit designation for both new and existing courses, 3. review and approve student proposals under Plan II (Specially Designed Programs of Study), 4. oversee the adherence to the all-University requirements by the College and various schools, 5. initiate all-University curricular revisions whenever deemed necessary or desirable, 6. consider any other matters of a curriculum nature referred to it by an agency of the University.


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The Curriculum Committee consists of eighteen members and is tasked with overseeing many aspects of the undergraduate curriculum at UNCG.

These records consist of one handbook dating from 1982.

Arrangement Note

Materials have been maintained in the order in which they were received.

Method of Acquisition

Records were transferred from the department or unit.

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Curriculum Committee Records
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Repository Details

Part of the Martha Blakeney Hodges Special Collections and University Archives Repository

P.O. Box 26170
320 College Ave.
Greensboro NC 27402-6170 US