A committee composed of members from each of the task forces will evaluate campus feedback to determine what, if any, modifications would improve the core proposal. The committee will then present its recommendations to the provost. Following that, the Core Curriculum Review Committee, the University Board of Undergraduate Studies and the University Academic Senate will review the proposal at the beginning of March.
Over the past two years, faculty, students and staff have worked to develop a Core curriculum distinguished by its commitment to Marquette’s Catholic, Jesuit mission and 21st century pedagogies. Most recently, four task forces comprised of over 40 faculty members, each representing a college, spent the fall semester developing a proposal for a revised Marquette core that was submitted to Provost Dan Myers.
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