Skip to content. | Skip to navigation

You are here: Home » Senate » Senate Committees » Undergraduate Course of Study Committee
Document Actions

Undergraduate Course of Study Committee


Oversight authority on all undergraduate curricular matters. It shall also concern itself through study and research with poli­cies relating to the undergraduate cur­ricular organiza­tions.  All pro­posals pertaining to:

  • General Education Requirements
  • New Majors
  • New Minors
  • Credit and Major or Minors concentrations
  • Degree Requirements
  • Interdisciplinary Program
  • Experimental courses

Shall be submitted to the Undergradute Course of Study for action. Final decision on all curricular matters is to be made by the College Senate, except in cases where final authority is vested in the Undergradute Course of Study Committee by the Senate.


Designated Voting Members

  • Chair(s)
  • 1 Faculty members from each divisions
  • 2 Faculty from the divisions serving At-large
  • 3 Students
  • 3 Student Alternates


  • Chief of Academic Officer or designee
  • Deans of the Divisions and/or School
  • Dean of the School of Arts and Sciences
  • Director of Evening Student Services
  • Chief Librarian or designee

Current Membership

  • Chair Prof. Eckhard Kuhn-Osius, German
  • Prof. Paul McPherron, English
  • Prof. Derrick Brazill, Biology
  • Prof. Jeanne Weiler, Educational Foundations
  • Prof. Leighsa Sharoff*, Nursing
  • At-Large, Prof. Alicia Ramos, Romance Langueges
  • Alternate, Prof. Howard Chernick, Economics
  • Alternate, Prof. Stefan Schlussman, Psychology


  • Chief Academic Officer or Designee, Lon Kauffman/ Vanya Quinones
  • Registrar, Aylin Brandon
  • School of Arts & Sciences, Robert Cowan, Designee
  • School of Education, Michael Middleton/Matthew Caballero, Designee
  • Office of Advisement, Maureen O'Conor
  • Chief Librarian, Daniel Ortiz-Zapata
  • Chair of GER Committee, Prof. Lawrence Kowerski

*subject to future ratification by the Nominating Committee and the Hunter College Senate

Reports to the Senate