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Upcoming Due Dates
Complete list of curriculum dates
Curriculum and Assessment  

Curriculum Committee: Members
The current members of the Curriculum Committee are:
  Justin Carter, , Advanced Technologies and Public Service Careers Division
Joy Garrett, , Director of Curriculum & Assessment
Kelly Gottschang, Chair , Business & Computer Technologies Division
Michael King, , Math, Science & Health Division
Martha Showalter, , Dean of Math, Science & Health Division
David Waskin, , Humanities, Social & Behavioral Sciences Division
Rosemary Wilson, , Dean of Business & Computer Technologies Division
Dave Wooten, , Math, Science and Health Division
William Abernethy, , Interim Vice President for Instruction, Ex-Officio
Susan John, Secretary, , Curriculum & Assessment Technician

When a new course or program, or a major change to a course or program, is proposed, the proposal will be reviewed by the Curriculum Committee after it has been submitted to the Office of Curriculum and Assessment. The date for this review will be published on the agenda. Faculty will be notified when courses or programs they have proposed will be discussed.

Curriculum Development
Includes college policies, documents, workshops, and links to resource sites related to curriculum development.

Curriculum & Assessment Handbook
A brief description of the Curriculum & Assessment Handbook as well as instructions for downloading the complete document.

Curriculum Committee
A brief description of the Curriculum Committee as well as an archive of meeting agendas and minutes.

The role of the Curriculum Committee in program and course development at WCC.

How to contact members of the Curriculum Committee.

Agendas, Minutes, and Course Review Memos
Issues that come to the Curriculum Committee and their resolutions can be accessed in the agendas, minutes, and course review memos.

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