In considering all matters related to the College curriculum, the Arts and Sciences Curriculum Committee has established various procedures. Committee members are elected by their Arts and Sciences colleagues for a term of four years. Announcements of the weekly meetings are published in the UW-Eau Claire Notice of Meetings and interested parties are welcome to attend. Agendas and minutes are posted here.
The College of Arts and Sciences Curriculum Committee (CASCC) has developed an all-electronic forms system for preparing course proposals to reflect curricular refinements and innovations in liberal education at UW-Eau Claire.
Effective April 2013, new College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) course proposals will be completed using the CAS BP Logix Curriculum Forms System (accessed via the link below). Department/program user identifications and passwords are used to log into the system. Log in information is available in department/program offices and the CAS Dean's office.
CAS BP Logix Curriculum Forms System
Forms currently in process in the College of Arts and Sciences Curriculum Instruction Booklet need to be completed by May 17, 2013. Use the following link to access these forms: Curriculum forms online here
Additional curriculum development information can be found in the Faculty and Academic Staff Rules and Procedures, Part III, Article Six, Academic Policies in Section B, Instructional Policies and Procedures and Section C, Curricular Development.
Information on planning new academic programs is found in UW System Planning Principles (ACPS-1) and Academic Planning and Program Review (ACIS-1). See the UW System website for this information.
Information on the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) Course Updating Policies and Procedures can be found in the list of documents below.
Other curriculum-related documents:CAS course updating policies and procedures
GE course update cover page
IDIS 151-155 & 351 - 355 application form
Program change request memo
To propose a new academic minor
Information on certificate programs
Certificate program proposal