Curriculum Committee

The Curriculum Committee functions as a proactive body and is responsible for curricular development, evaluation, and improvement consistent with the curricular outcomes, the mission of the curriculum, and the mission and vision of the School of Pharmacy to meet its strategic outcomes as well as accreditation standards. The Curriculum Committee is the central body for the management of orderly (timely) and systematic reviews of curricular structure, course content, process, outcomes and any other curricular concerns.. The committee is also charges with responsibility for reviewing and addressing results of Curricular Assessment Team studies of curriculum outcomes.The committee consists of faculty and staff.  Faculty members are equally distributed over the four years of the curriculum and recruited to maintain a balance of faculty with a pharmaceutical science and clinical services background. Two student members are elected to represent each of the four years of professional curriculum. Students generally serve for the duration of their participation in the PharmD professional program.