Individual Course Committee

The Individual Course Committee is concerned with coordination at the university level of addition, deletion, and changes in all individual course offerings.­


2018-2019 Membership

Hans Kruse, Chair
Mary Rogus, Co-Chair, Journalism
Laura Brown, Music
Zaki Kuruppalil, Engineering
Sally Marinellie, HSP, Representing Dean Leite
Deborah McAvoy, Engineering, Representing Dean Irwin
Nukhet Sandal, Political Science
Nicole Wadsworth, HCOM, Representing Dean Johnson
Allison White, Office Administration Technology-Chillicothe


OCEAN Review Levels (in order)

DSCC: Department/School Curriculum Committee (optional)
DCSD: Department Chair/School Director
CCC: College Curriculum Committee
CDEAN: College Dean
ICC: Individual Course Committee (courses only)
PC: Programs Committee (programs only)
UCC: University Curriculum Council

ICC Meeting Dates

March 5, 2019 - Submission Cutoff: 2/22 for UCC meeting on 3/19
April 2, 2019 - Submission Cutoff: 3/22 for UCC meeting on 4/9
April 23, 2019 - Submission Cutoff: 4/12 for UCC meeting on 4/30

2018-2019 UCC Agendas

April 30, 2019

April 9, 2019
ICC Guidelines Update

March 19, 2019
Course Agenda
ICC Guidelines Update

February 12, 2019

January 15, 2019
No Agenda

December 11, 2018

November 6, 2018

October 9, 2018

September 11, 2018


Forms and Guidelines

Policy on the Use of Degree, Major, Minor, and Certificate Language (Approved 1/15/19): Word
Guidelines for Submission of New Course Proposals and Course Changes: Word
Publishing Course Outcome Goals (approved 10/17/2017): Word
Undergraduate Course Outcome Goals listing as of Summer 2017: Excel
Graduate-Medical Course Outcome Goals listing as of September 2017: Excel
Top Reasons for Course Returns: List
General Principles for Expedited Course Change Approval word pdf
Cross-Listed Courses: Guidelines
Junior Composition Courses: Guidelines
Tier 1 Junior Composition Equivalency (JE) Courses: Guidelines
Policy on Tier Substitutions: PDF
Experimental Course Form: Word
Temporary Course Form: PDF
Learning Objectives and Outcomes for General Education Courses: Guidelines
  • New courses and changes to or deletions of courses are submitted through OCEAN using the appropriate form from the drop down list.
  • Please provide a summary of proposed changes as well as justifications for any proposed changes using the text box provided at the top of the course change form.
  • For dual listing a new graduate course with an existing undergraduate course in OCEAN, clearly state the dual-listing in the discussion tab along with the qualitative and quantitative expectations will be for grading of the graduate students in the course compared to the undergraduates.
  • New experimental semester courses can be submitted using the Experimental Course Form found here. Note that experimental courses only require approval at the department/school and college levels.