• Undergraduate Curriculum Committee (UCC)

    The Undergraduate Curriculum Committee (UCC) is a standing University committee. UCC’s work is focused on the Hamline Plan and requirements and educational experiences that are consistent with University learning outcomes and best practices. The UCC is committed to faculty ownership and control of the undergraduate curriculum. Read our full charge here.  

    Moving Forward with the Hamline Plan 

    New Hamline Plan Components

    During the 2018-19 academic year, we will be piloting the draft learning outcomes for Collaboration (C) and Global Citizenship (G). Use the forms below to apply to pilot C or G in your courses.


    Revised Hamline Plan Components

    After the most recent vote on Hamline Plan learning outcomes, we have all new learning outcomes for Fine Arts (F), Humanities (H), Natural Science (now N1 for lab science and N2 for non-lab science), Social Science (S), and Liberal Education as Practice (P). The learning outcomes for Diversity (D) have not changed, however, courses must now address all three outcomes rather than two of the three.

    To apply for your course to carry D, F, H, N (1 or 2), S, or P, please follow the process below:

    Step 1 - Complete the appropriate application template (these are google docs, and you will need to save a copy).

    Step 2 - Complete the UCC Hamline Plan Submission form and attach your template document. Note: Links to the templates are also available in the form; you need only complete one template for each Hamline Plan designation you are seeking.

    Unchanged Hamline Plan Components

    Applications for Writing-Intensive (W), Speaking-Intensive (O), Critical Inquiry and Information Literacy (Q), Quantitative Reasoning (M), and Logical Reasoning (R) remain available via the previously available WebApps form.  All applications must be approved by UCC before the designation will appear on the course.

    If you have any questions about the work of UCC, please contact Kim Koeppen, the current Director of Undergraduate Curriculum and UCC chair.