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The Inter-College Curriculum Committee shall study undergraduate curricular proposals from an institute-wide perspective, maintain appropriate inter-college relationships with regards to curriculum, assure that existing undergraduate curricula are periodically reviewed, and make proposals to the Academic Senate for undergraduate curriculum approval or discontinuance. The Inter-College Curriculum Committee shall consist of eight members, each to be elected by his or her collegial faculty, one representative elected at large by the Academic Senate, one representative from the academic deans, one representative from Student Government, and the Provost or his or her delegate (ex officio, voting).  Whenever a particular curriculum proposal is being considered in the Senate, the Dean(s) of the respective college(s) making the proposal shall be invited to be present and to speak.

  1. Review and recommend programs as they are advanced.
  2. With Graduate Council, investigate whether it is possible or desirable to develop a rubric by which to evaluate new program proposals against the new Academic Blueprint. In other words, determine how ICC/Grad Council will use the Blueprint to evaluate new program proposals.