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University Courses & Curricula Committee (UCCC)

Meeting Schedule and Contacts:

The UCCC meets from 12:30-2:30 p.m. Wednesdays as scheduled. For meeting dates, location and agendas, click on the Agendas link (also located under links on right).

Chair: Dr. David Auerbach, Assistant Professor, Philosophy, 919.513.6331

Administration: Dr. Barbara Kirby, Associate Vice-Provost, APS, 919.513.4363

Coordinator: Catherine Freeman, Director, OUCC, 919.515.9769

Support: Gina Neugebauer, Administrative Support Specialist, OUCC, 919.515.5627



For instructions and guidelines for creating, revising, or discontinuing a course or program, select the applicable link below:

Course actions

Curricular actions

GEP actions

Council on Undergraduate Education (CUE)

Helpful Links

Syllabus Tool

Credit and Contact Hours (Instructional Format options)

Blooms Taxonomy


FOR UCCC Members

Member Resources

Helpful Links

GEP Information

Office of Undergraduate Courses and Curricula (OUCC website)




If interested in serving on UCCC, complete the Faculty Committee Survey indicating your interest. The survey is sent by the Provost's office to faculty in January of each year. Please note the meeting schedule for any course conflicts.

Prospective Members should have a familiarity with undergraduate education and/or participation with the College Courses and Curricula Committee.

For more information about the UCCC, see the Resource Packet link above.


UCCC Committee Charge

  1. In consultation with the Vice Provost for Academic Programs and Services and the Vice Chancellor and Dean of the Division of Academic and Student Affairs, advise the Provost in matters relating to courses and curricula.

  2. Review undergraduate course and curriculum proposals, including academic minors, honors programs, and non-degree certificate programs.

  3. In consultation with the college curriculum committees and the college deans, develop policies and procedures for this purpose except that, when reviewing the proposals that involve the General Education requirements in any undergraduate curriculum, the committee shall follow regulations established by the Provost on the recommendation of the Council on Undergraduate Education.

  4. Develop guidelines and conduct periodic review of courses.

  5. The UCCC will interface with the Academic Policy Committee of the Faculty Senate on development of policies and procedures regarding courses and curricula.