The University of North Texas has established several committees responsible for the multiple facets of the vast curriculum a university of its size requires. The University Undergraduate Curriculum Committee (UUCC) consists of faculty members concerned with the academic integrity of the institution, the quality of course and programmatic offerings, and the realization that the institution is diverse and that the academic programs it offers will be similarly diverse. The UUCC is a committee of the Faculty Senate and works with the Oversight Committee on the Core Curriculum, Graduate Council, Office of the Core Curriculum, and the Office of the Registrar in order to meet educational objectives, and ensure the University places the primary responsibility for content, quality, and effectiveness of its curriculum with its faculty as required by SACS-COC.
Curriculog is an electronic tool which faculty members who are designing, changing, or removing courses can use to process approvals in a virtual environment. In order to submit information into the Curriculog system, a user must receive permission from the Office for the Registrar personnel assigned to oversee the Curriculog System. Each college, department, and division has the freedom to permit or restrict access to Curriculog. A faculty member interested in submitting into the system should find out who has permission and if permission is desired, request permission from an authority in the college, department, and/or division. Information and permissions can be obtained by contacting email@example.com.