Curriculum Committee
Annual Report, 2005-2006

The Curriculum Committee met 13 times during the 2005-06 academic year. Approved were proposals for 16 catalogue courses and 31 special topics (95) courses from seventeen departments, one oversight committee, and one ad hoc committee from an anticipated concentration. Changes in titles were approved for courses in Mathematics and Modern Languages and Literatures. Prerequisite changes were endorsed for courses in Political Science. Additional information appears in the monthly reports submitted to the faculty.

Members of the Curriculum Committee:
Brannon Andersen, Brad Barron, Linda Bartlett, Jerry Cox, Dan Ennis, Nelly Hecker (Chair), Tom Kazee, Betty Kelly, Margaret Oakes, Bruce Schoonmaker, John Snyder, and Lindsay Woolf.

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