Curriculum Committee | Webster University

Curriculum Committee

The Curriculum Committee is the vehicle through which faculty, students and administrative representatives submit proposals on matters related to the undergraduate curriculum of the University. The Curriculum Committee reports to the Faculty Senate and apprises Administration of its recommendations and decisions. The Faculty Assembly, through its elected representatives on the Curriculum Committee and Faculty Senate, affects undergraduate curriculum.

Process

All proposals should be submitted to Shannon Blair in Academic Affairs by inter-office mail or electronically to currcomm@webster.edu. You are encouraged to submit proposals a few weeks early for processing if you are hoping to appear on a specific agenda. A requested agenda date is not guaranteed as proposals are reviewed in the order in which they are received.

Proposals are advanced to the committee for addition to the agenda once they clear initial screening by Kara Carline, Catalog Coordinator, for catalog structure and standards.  

Forms

The proposal forms are dynamic and it is strongly recommended that you save your work. The forms are compatible for work to be saved if you use Adobe Acrobat Reader DC or Adobe Acrobat Pro DC. The latest Adobe products are available from Webster University through Adobe Creative Cloud. If you have any questions about Adobe Creative Cloud, please reach out to the IT Service Desk at extension 5995 (314-968-5995).

To learn more about Adobe Creative Cloud:

http://www.webster.edu/technology/adobe_apps/

Adobe Creative Cloud Sign-in Instructions:

http://www.webster.edu/technology/adobe_apps/adobe_sign_in.html

**PLEASE NOTE: These forms are generally not supported by Safari. For best results, please access the forms using Chrome, Firefox, or Internet Explorer only. If the form will not load within your browser (which happens to many users -- they will only see the below message from Adobe), please download the form and save it to your desktop as a PDF. You will then need to open the saved form from your desktop in Adobe Acrobat Pro DC or Adobe Acrobat Reader DC.

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Again, for the ability to save your work, please use Adobe Acrobat Reader DC or Adobe Pro DC.