The Office of Curriculum Services is part of the Office of the Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs. Our office is located in the J.C. Kellam Administration Building, Suite 1040.
The mission of the Curriculum Services staff is to provide quality assistance for catalog, commencement, and curricular matters to students, faculty, staff and administrators.
Our site offers information relating to degree programs, academic program codes, courses, the University Curriculum Committee, curricular policies and procedures, the current and past Undergraduate Catalog, and many other informative tools for use by faculty and staff.
Course Form Questions? Visit our Frequently Asked Questions page.
The Spring 2013 Commencement ceremonies will be available live on the commencement website. Visit the Commencement Website for ceremony dates and times.
Dr. Belle S. Wheelan, President of the Southern Association on Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges, will address graduates on August 9, 2013, at 10:00 a.m. Read more about Dr. Wheelan here.
For questions about commencement, email Kristin McDaniel at firstname.lastname@example.org
The 2012-2014 Undergraduate Catalog with Fall 2013 changes has distributed to the colleges for their review. Edits are due back to Curriculum Services by April 15th.
The Fall 2013 Edition of the 2012-2014 Undergraduate Catalog will be available online by April 30th.
For questions about the Undergraduate Catalog, email Kim May at email@example.com
Courses and Degree Proposals
Fall 2014 Course Addition and Deletion forms are due to Curriculum Services by April 1st. For questions, please contact Kim May at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The University Curriculum Committee met in January to review changes to PPS 2.01: Course Additions, Changes and Deletions, PPS 2.05: Academic Program Additions, Changes, and Deletions, and PPS 2.22: Academic Certificates. The proposed changes are to improve the course form, course cycles, and introduce new forms for submitting changes to degree programs, minors, and certificates.
The Ingram School of Engineering is proposing a new Master of Science in Engineering.
The St. David's School of Nursing is proposing a new Master of Science in Nursing.
For questions, email Micky Autrey at email@example.com