Tasks (excerpt)

  • Issuing curricula for university courses
  • Defining academic degrees and designations for university graduates
  • Preparing a shortlist of three candidates for the election of the Rector
  • Giving consent to the development and organization plans
  • Participating in procedures for the appointment of professors
  • Establishing the Committee for Equality Issues
  • Nominating one female and one male member to the Arbitration Commission

Members

  • Representatives of university professors, including heads of organizational units with research and teaching duties or tasks in the development of the arts and the teaching of art, who are not university professors
  • Representatives of senior lecturers and the academic staff
  • Representatives of the non-academic staff
  • Representatives of the student body

Members

Univ.-Prof. Ing. Dr. Clemens Appl, LL.M.

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Mathias Czaika

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Michael Bernhard Fischer

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Oliver Grau

Univ.-Prof. PD Dr. Anja Grebe

Univ.-Prof. Dipl.Arch.ETH Dr. Christian Hanus

Univ.-Prof. Dr. med. univ. Christoph Pieh

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Michaela M. Pinter, MAS

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Thomas Probst

Dipl.-Ing. Anita Brindlmayer, Ph.D.

Mag. Anna Faustmann

Mag. Kay Mühlmann

Dr. Elfriede Neuhold

Margit Rathmanner, MSc

Astrid Kurzmann

Mag. Elisabeth Pinter

Ing. Sascha Rossmann

Mag. (FH) Iris Wanner

Curricula Commission

The Senate is entitled to issue and amend curricula by decree. For this purpose, it appoints a commission with decision-making powers pursuant to the University Act. The Commission is established for the duration of the Senate's term of office.

 

Tasks

The Curricula Commission is responsible for passing resolutions on all new curricula and for amending existing curricula for university courses. The Commission is supported by the Educational and Organizational Law Unit in these procedures.
The Curricula Commission’s decisions must be approved by the Senate.
The curricula approved by the Senate are submitted to the Rectorate by the Educational and Organizational Law Unit. The Rectorate then decides if the courses will be offered. The information on the establishment of the courses is advised by the Rectorate via bulletin.

 

Members

  • Four representatives of university professors, including heads of organizational units with research and teaching duties or tasks in the development of the arts and the teaching of art, who are not university professors
  • Two representatives of senior lecturers and academic staff
  • Two representatives of the student body

Members

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Dr. Thomas Ratka, LL.M.

Chairperson Curricula Commission

Univ.-Prof. PD Dr. Anja Grebe

Deputy Chairperson Curricula Commission

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Michael Bernhard Fischer

Univ.-Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Stefan Oppl, MBA

Dr. Arlinda Berisha, LL.M.

Mag. Kay Mühlmann

Mag. Martina Kuttig

Mag. (FH) Iris Wanner

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