Curriculum and Degree Requirements Committee (CDRC)
Mission: To review all credit curriculum proposals for approval; advise the Office of Instruction about other curricular matters. Reports to: Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs.
Facilitator: Office of Curriculum and Scheduling
Membership: Rotating faculty membership, appointed by the Academic and Student Affairs to represent stakeholders in the curriculum development process. Represented groups include faculty from transfer programs, including mathematics and English, professional/technical programs, counseling, the library, student records, and instructional managers.
When Members Are Selected: Fall term each year
Length of Membership: Three years
Roles/Duties of Committee Members: Read and critically review all curriculum proposals; advise faculty on their proposals; participate in committee decisions, approve or reject curricula, and serve on subcommittees for special projects, such as the review courses for duplication.
|Thomas Blickle||Health Professions||5756|
|Jeff Borrowdale||Social Science||5434|
|Melanie Brown||Curriculum and Scheduling (IRAP)||5362|
|Dawn DeWolf||Office of Academic and Student Affairs||5315|
|Jennifer Frei||Executive Dean for the School of Arts and Sciences||5306|
|Neal Gallagher||Flight Technology|
|Jeff Harrison||Language, Literature and Communication||5145|
|Deidre Lyons||Counseling and Advising||3244|
|Gerry Meenaghan||Co-operative Education||5883|
|Casandra Rhay||Financial Aid||5641|
|Tammy Salman||Coordinator of Student Learning Assessment and Curriculum Development (IRAP)||5580|
|Craig Taylor||Director of IRAP||5364|
|Paul Wilkins||Computer Information Technology||5826|
Meeting Times: 3:15-4:45 p.m. on Tuesdays. For a list of meeting dates please go to Curriculum and Degree Requirements Committee(CDRC)