The Executive Council advises the Dean on matters affecting the operation and policies of the School, develops the Procedural Code of the School and acts on behalf of the Faculty with regard to the duties and powers of the faculty enumerated in the Bylaws.
The Admissions and Academic Progression Committee, within legal boundaries, sets requirements for admission to the School and considers matters of student academic standing.
The Advisory Committee on Appointments and Promotions reviews and makes formal recommendations to the Dean regarding all appointments and promotions of faculty.
The Curriculum Committee develops, reviews and makes policy recommendations regarding the curricula for the degree and certificate programs of the School and develops standards for the evaluation of each educational program for the School.
The Research and Doctoral Committee encourages research activities by faculty and students and serves in an advisory capacity to the Dean on general policy matters related to research.
The Bylaws and Elections Committee ensures that the Bylaws of the School are in conformity with the policies and procedures governing Rutgers Biomedical Health Sciences and Rutgers University and the collectively negotiated agreements. This committee shall also have the responsibility of supervising all elections and other ballots conducted among the faculty in coordination with the Secretary of the Faculty.