Curriculum Committee

Faculty Document #79-10
College of Veterinary Medicine Student Handbook

Committee Charge

      • The committee shall be responsible for evaluating the professional veterinary curriculum for the purpose of recommending improvements to meet the needs of the veterinary profession.  The committee shall be concerned with the teaching methods and effectiveness as they relate to all parts of the curriculum.
      • The committee shall be responsible for evaluating the preveterinary curriculum. The committee shall be responsible for recommending improvements in cooperation with the administration and the proper instructional departments.
      • The committee shall maintain information on all service courses offered by the veterinary school and recommend areas of improvement to department heads.
      • The committee shall assist in maintaining the Bulletin of the College of Veterinary Medicine in cooperation with the department heads.
      • In cooperation with the Scheduling and Space Deputy, the committee shall schedule a final class period in regularly scheduled courses and shall provide the time and place for the final class period as provided in Faculty Document 67-1, revised May 10, 1970 (Faculty Document 70-3) for each course before the end of the 12th week of the semester.

Committee Organization

      • The committee shall consist of five (5) faculty members and four (4) student members.  One faculty member is to be selected from each of the five instructional departments.  One student is to be selected from each of the first three classes, by the respective students in each class.  The senior class shall select a representative and an alternate representative.
      • The voting members of the committee shall be the five (5) representatives from the instructional departments and the junior class representative and one representative from the senior class.

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