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3.4.11

Educational Programs: All:Academic program coordination
For each major in a degree program, the institution assigns responsibility for program coordination, as well as for curriculum development and review, to persons academically qualified in the field. In those degree programs for which the institution does not identify a major, this requirement applies to a curricular area or concentration.

Judgment
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Narrative

Morehouse assigns responsibility for each major in a degree program to persons who are academically qualified in the field. The College has also recently organized into three Divisions: Science and Mathematics, Humanities and Social Sciences, and Business and Economics. Each Division is supervised by a dean who is academically qualified to provide leadership for program coordination and curriculum development. All department chairs and deans at Morehouse have the terminal degree in their field. (See the Curricula Vitae of the deans and department chairs below and transcripts associated with Standard 3.7.1, Faculty Competence.)


Academic Deans

John Haynes Science and Mathematics
John Williams Business and Economics
Terry Mills Humanities and Social Sciences

Department Chairs

Masilamani Sambandham Mathematics
Giles Conwill History
Barry Hallen Philosophy and Religion
Kale Oyedeji Physics
David B. Cooke Biology
Gregory Hall Political Science
Obie Clayton Sociology
Monty Whitney Psychology
John Hall Chemistry
Greg Price Economics
Joseph Agee Modern Foreign Languages
Kenneth Perry Computer Science
Paul Wiebe English
Robert Wilson, III Health & Physical Education
Keith Hollingsworth Business Administration
Uzee Brown Music

The deans and department chairs are the administrators responsible for program coordination and curriculum development of degree programs as a part of the College's institutional effectiveness programs and processes (See Standard 2.5 and 3.3.1.) Additional oversight of degree programs is provided by the Curriculum Education and Policy Committee, CEPC. (See Standard 3.4.10.)

 

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