The Humanities & Sciences Curriculum Committee is an elected body of the faculty of the School of Humanities and Sciences (H&S). It has overall responsibility, subject to the approval of the faculty, for the structure, coherence, and quality of the curriculum of the school. This curriculum should be consistent with the educational mission of the school, which is to provide students with “the lifelong learning skills that are fundamental to continuing personal and professional growth.” The Committee’s responsibility involves both immediate and long-range objectives.

Reminder: All curriculum proposals must be prepared and submitted through the Curriculum Inventory Management system (referred to as CIM), an online system. 

The CIM system is available at these links:
Course Proposals - experimental, new, revised*
Program Proposals - new or revised majors, minors, or concentrations*
Miscellaneous Proposals - request new or revise existing attribute code or subject code prefix

All full-time, continuing faculty members have access to CIM with your netpass user name and password. If you find you do not have access, please contact the office of the registrar for assistance.

The office of the registrar has prepared a user guide for the CIM system, Courseleaf Online Curriculum Management System document; this guide focuses on how prepare course proposals.