University Curriculum and Catalog

University Committee on Curriculum (UCC)

The role of the University Committee on Curriculum (UCC) is to fulfill the responsibility delegated to the faculty to shape the curriculum. The curriculum refers to programs of study, those requirements and courses which contribute to the completion of all or some requirements that lead to the awarding of a credential known as a degree or certificate. The determination to offer a credential is a responsibility delegated to the provost who, as the chief academic officer of the university, is responsible for the administrative support essential to assure the sustained offering of degrees and certificates.

Committee Resources

Bylaws for Academic Governance, Section 4.5
Curriculum Overview (ppt)
Full Committee Agendas
Guidelines for Quorum/Business Protocol-Unexpected Absence (pdf)
Guidelines for Seeking Voice at UCC Meetings (pdf)
Reports to the Faculty Senate
Role of the University Committee on Curriculum (pdf)
Roster (pdf)
Routing of Course Requests To Subcommittees (pdf)
Schedule of Meetings (pdf)
Subcommittee Agendas
Swift Curricular Approvals: What Does It Take? (ppt)

Online Systems

Academic Program Request System
COURSES: Course Request System


Enrollment and Term End Reports
Special Reports (Administrative Changes, Academic Program and Course Reports)


Academic Policies and Procedures
Academic Program Review
Academic Program Submission Cycle
Academic Program Terminology (pdf)
Academic Program Requests: Guidelines and Procedures
Articulation and Consortium Agreements
Online and Off-Campus Programs
Statewide Academic Program Review Policy Statement and Procedures (pdf)
Student Outcomes Assessment for Academic Programs