Curriculum Committee

The Curriculum Committee provides guidance and oversight in the development and review of courses, programs and academic policies, to ensure that curriculum is academically sound and consistent with College standards, thus serving the college mission, goals and educational needs of our students.

Functions:

  • periodic review of present curriculum

  • review of new courses

  • review of substantial changes to existing courses

  • review of new programs, minors and concentrations

  • periodic review of the core curriculum

  • coordination and guidance of curriculum innovation

Long Island Members

Child study: S. Miriam Honora Corr
Social sciences: Paul Ginnetty
Science and math: S. Jane Fritz
Business: Ralph Nofi
Humanities: Wendy Turgeon
Professional and Graduate Studies: Catherine Pearsall

One voting member each from the following departmental groups: child study, history, social sciences, psychology, recreation, business and accounting, humanities (as designated in the core) and library faculty, chemistry, biology, math and the School of Professional and Graduate Studies.

Brooklyn Members

Child study: Wendy Hope
Business: John Capela
History and Social Sciences: Phillip Dehne
Professional and Graduate Studies: Lauren Pete
Math and science: Michael Hanophy
Humanities: Maria Montoya
Education: S. Nancy Gilchriest
Online programs: Mark Hessler

One voting member each from the following departmental groups: child study, history, social science, psychology, recreation, business and accounting, humanities (as designated in the core) and library faculty, chemistry, biology, math and the School of Professional and Graduate Studies.

Representing both campuses, one voting member from secondary education

One member representing online education

Academic deans, Brooklyn and Long Island, ex officio

Vice president and dean of the School of Professional and Graduate Studies, ex officio

Provost, ex officio

Total membership: Fourteen voting members elected for a three-year term, 4 ex officio members

Chair: selected from among and by the voting members for a two-year term

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UPCOMING EVENTS
Liberal Arts Colloquium
4/21: Long Island. With Andrew Jacobs, Ph.D.
"Last Chance Romance"
4/25 - 5/10: Long Island. A comedy in two acts.
Pathways to Success Internship and Job Fair
5/1: Long Island. Sponsored by the Office of Career Development.
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