Core Curriculum Council

 
 
2022-2023 Core Curriculum Council Members     

2022-2023 Core Curriculum Committee Meeting Deadlines                   
2022-23 CCC Agenda Deadline CCC Meeting FS Report Deadline FS Meeting
September September 7 September 19 September 23 October 17
October October 12 October 24 October 28 November 14
November November 9* November 21 November 25 December 12
December December 7** December 13 December 16 January 23
January January 18 January 30 February 3 February 13
February February 8*** February 20 February 24 March 20
March March 15 March 27 March 31 April 10
April April 5 April 17 April 21 May 8
May May 3 May 15 May 19 June 12
June June 14 June 26 June 30 July 10
July July 5 July 17 July 21 August 14
August August 9 August 21 August 25 September 11
 
*Deadline for new 2022-23 core curriculum courses (Wednesday, November 9, 2022)
**Deadline for new 2022-23 ICD/CD courses (Wednesday, December 7, 2022)
***Deadline for 2021-2022 Recertification courses (Wednesday, February 8, 2023)

For printable 2022-2023 schedule, click here.

For additional informaiton on Core Curriculum
, click here.

Recertification Courses for 2022-2023

CD Rubric
CD Cover Sheet
ICD Rubric
ICD Cover Sheet

Final Guidelines for New Core Courses
Core Recertification Guidelines

If you are new to submitting ICD and CD courses through CARS, you will find step-by-step instructions in TrainTraq, course #2113967:

https://apps7.system.tamus.edu/TrainTraq/web/CourseDetails.aspx?cnum=2113967



Committee Description, 2011 Texas A&M University Faculty Senate Bylaws:
This committee shall establish requirements for, and recommend to the Senate courses to be included in the core curriculum to satisfy:
     1.  State Coordinating Board requirements in:
          a. Communications
          b. Mathematics
          c. Natural Sciences
          d. Humanities and Visual Arts
          e. Social and Behavioral Sciences
     2.  The University graduation requirement for International and Cultural Diversity.
     3.  The committee shall also establish criteria for evaluation and review, and to recommend to the Senate renewal 
          or non renewal of existing courses on a regular basis.  
     4.  The committee shall establish and implement methods for assessing the success of the core curriculum in 
          meeting Coordinating Board and SACS standards.
     5.  Members shall be appointed by the Speaker, annually, with the advice of the
          Executive Committee and the consent of the Senate. Representatives for the
          Dean of Undergraduate Programs and of the Office of Institutional Assessment shall serve as non-voting, ex-
          officio members.