How it Works
CECS is both a college and a central office that serves other colleges. CECS allows colleges to expand their programming through the development of new majors and minors that draw from expertise across campus. CECS leadership assesses proposals for topics from across campus and serves as an incubator for new courses and programs. In addition, CECS provides support for faculty and connects them to faculty with similar interests across campus. CECS provides extensive coordination among multiple academic units by anticipating and identifying resource needs to create and sustain new programs.
- Learner needs
- Career development
- Campus strengths
- Industry partnerships
- Pilot & test programs
- New majors and minors
- Course assessments
How can you engage?
- Faculty engaged in CECS
- Recruited and approved by CECS program director and college department head or director
- Course development
- Instruction for CECS core courses
- Mentor for required research course
- Service for CECS (assessment, accreditation, study abroad, etc.)
Program Curriculum Lead
- Faculty who serve as lead for CECS program curriculum committee
- Leader identified from curriculum committee
- Works closely with program director to implement and update curriculum
Program Curriculum Committee
- Faculty who serve on CECS program curriculum committees
- Curriculum development for minors and majors
- Approve electives
- Propose and approve curricular changes and updates
Other Ways to Engage
Join us by serving as a faculty representative for your discipline. We are also always looking for seminar speakers and organizers. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visit our employment page to see updated job listings and application information.