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|Josh Byrd (Chair)
|| English & Philosophy
Foreign Languages & Literatures
Josh Byrd (Chair)
English & Philosophy
Spring 2016 Meeting Dates
January 15th, 2:00 pm
February 19th, 2:00 pm
March 4th, 2:00 pm
April 15th, 2:00 pm
Purpose and Duties
The Executive Committee shall be the official policy-recommending body to the Dean
of the College, and shall discharge its duties in consultation and compliance with
these COAH Guiding Principles and Procedures.
1. The function of the Executive Committee is to;
a. Consider for approval all proposals concerning changes in the curriculum of the
College including courses, programs, and degree requirements;
b. Make recommendations concerning policy, resource allocation, and other matters
brought before the committee;
c. Consider and take action on matters forwarded to it by the faculty.
2. If approved by the Dean, policy recommendations of the ExecutiveCommittee shall
be implemented in accordance with the provisions of Article I, Section 2 of this document.
If the Dean does not approve a recommendation of the Executive Committee, he or she
shall inform the Committee of the reasons for his or her disapproval; the Executive
Committee may, by a two-thirds vote, refer the matter of the Faculty of the COAH for
its consideration and possible submission to the Faculty Senate or Vice President,
as may be appropriate.
Submitting agenda items:
Course and Program Addition/Deletion/Modification: All course and program additions, deletions, or modifications must be submitted
by the Catalog Submission System (CSS), available at the following site: https://apps.westga.edu/catalog/.
All courses submitted via this system and approved by the corresponding department
chair by the submission date will automatically be added to the agenda.
Prior to submitting a new program or program modification (including substantive changes
to current programs, a new location or deactivation/termination/reactivation), a departments
should talk with the Dean's office and the Provost's office to make sure the submission
is completed accurately and is in line with the academic priorities of the college/school
and division. The manual and help for the system can be accessed via the links at
the bottom of the CSS web page.
Other Agenda Items: All other agenda items should be submitted as a Word file to Chuck Lipp.