The Curriculum Committee (CurrCom) is charged with the responsibility and authority to:
  • define and revise the structure and content of the undergraduate medical curriculum including both preclinical courses and clerkships and the goals, objectives, and assessments 
  • approve the creation or removal of courses from the educational program 
  • formulate and recommend policies regarding the educational program 
  • define and revise structure and content of any joint degree programs and the goals, objectives, and assessments 
  • approve proposed graduate programs subject to University policy and procedures 
  • conduct regular reviews of courses, clerkships, and the curriculum as a whole 
  • evaluate and/or analyze data about course or clerkship syllabi and teaching materials, student evaluations of a course or clerkship, and overall student performance in a course or clerkship 
  • approve annual course/clerkship reports 
  • approve major changes to the structure of the curriculum 
  • approve major changes to the grading system for the assessment of student performance
Meetings are held monthly.

The committee forms subcommittees as required to address curricular needs.

Curriculum Committee and Subcommittee minutes