Regularly Meets On:
Executive Secretary: Margaret Garcia
Meeting Days & Times: 1st and 3rd Tuesdays, 10:50a-12:05 pm
The Curriculum Subcommittee has the following responsibilities:
1. To consider all policy issues pertaining to undergraduate and graduate studies and extended education and to make recommendations thereon to the Educational Policy Committee.
- Policies concerning undergraduate studies include but are not limited to selection, admission, probation and disqualification of undergraduate students; regulations governing undergraduate studies; regulations concerning credit for prior experiential learning and cooperative education; and the development and review of undergraduate curricula.
- Policies concerning graduate studies include but are not limited to selection, admission, probation and disqualification of graduate students; regulations governing graduate studies; and the development and review of graduate curricula.
- Policies concerning extended education include but are not limited to applicability of extended education credit to degree programs and offering of regular courses and programs through extended education.
2. To consult with individual faculty members, program, department/division/school, college and administrative representatives concerning the various aspects of undergraduate and graduate studies and extended education.
3. To review policies regarding articulation agreements with community colleges and forward to the Educational Policy Committee those recommended for approval.
4. To review department/division/school and college requests for new undergraduate and graduate program and unresolved challenges to the modification of existing undergraduate programs including the inclusion, modification or deletion of specific courses from the programs and for post baccalaureate certificate programs and to forward to the Educational Policy Committee those recommended for approval.
5. To review and approve or deny student petitions pertaining to undergraduate and graduate studies in those areas in which authority has not been delegated to colleges, schools, divisions or departments.
6. To establish policies and guidelines for the award of graduate scholarships that are not housed in departments/divisions/schools or colleges.
7. To review proposals for certification and other programs designed for extended education and make recommendations thereon to the Educational Policy Committee.
8. To review as appropriate extended education procedures to assure compliance with approved policies.
A.S.I. Committee Goals and Expectations
- Consult with students concerning the various aspects of undergraduate and graduate studies and extended education
- Ensure that curricula at Cal State LA reflects the statewide standard
- Develop a more efficient transfer process through the curriculum at Cal State LA