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Curriculum Committee

The Curriculum Committee is made up of nine faculty members and one student. The Provost is a non-voting ex-officio member and the Registrar is an ex-officio member.

The committee considers and forwards to the Faculty Senate its recommendations on all courses, programs, and changes in the undergraduate curriculum. In fulfilling its responsibilities, the committee reviews and makes recommendations with regard to degree requirements and proposals for the terminations of programs brought to the committee by the Provost.

(Description adapted from the Faculty/Administration Manual, August 2017: Article V, Section 3.B.9)


To visit the Curriculum Committee's website for guidelines on submitting undergraduate curriculum proposals, please select the following URL: http://currcomm.cofc.edu/ 

Accessing Curriculog

Curriculog is live to the campus! Access to the system is only available to faculty members through MyCharleston (my.cofc.edu). After logging in, select the Faculty tab and the Curriculog access link will be available in the middle column, along with additional helpful resources. Please contact CurriculogHelp@cofc.edu if you have trouble logging in, or experience any other technical issues.


Meeting Schedule

3:00 pm - 5:00 pm | Stern Student Center, Room 201

September 21
October 26
November 16
December 7
January 18
February 15
March 15


Committee
 Roster

Chair: Chad Galuska - Psychology

Secretary: Andrew Przeworski - Mathematics

Kathleen Rogers - English

Gabriel Williams - Physics and Astronomy

Allison Foley - Sociology and Anthropology

Kameelah Martin - African American Studies

Thomas Carroll - Health and Human Performance

Nenad Radakovic - Teacher Education

Wayne Smith - Hospitality and Tourism Management

Student member: TBA

Ex-officio member: Registrar (or Registrar's designee)

Non-voting ex-officio member: Provost (or Provost's designee)


To view the online archive of records for this committee, please view the Faculty Senate Online Archives.

Have more questions? Please contact the committee chair, Chad Galuska.