Medical Curriculum Council

The Medical Curriculum Council (MCC) has the responsibility and authority to oversee the curriculum for the undergraduate medical students. The MCC is responsible for evaluating programs and course objectives, approving and coordinating course schedules, recommending changes to course scheduling and objectives, and designing experiments in medical education to improve methods of teaching and evaluation of student performance, as deemed necessary.

The Medical Curriculum Council represents the faculty and reports directly to the Dean of the School of Medicine. The MCC consists of the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, who serves as Chair, two elected Faculty Council nominees (one MD, one PhD), two Administrative Council members (one MD, one PhD); four at-large members selected by the Dean; a representative of the Office of Academic Affairs, and the Chairs of the major curriculum sub-committees. 

Click on the name to view profiles