No hyphen needed.
Don’t capitalize short forms of the names of University programs and facilities: the financial aid office; the medical school.
Use capitalization only for the official names of departments, not for the names of disciplines: Department of Mathematics; she is studying algebra in the mathematics department.
Capitalize as a formal title before a name: company Chairman Henry Ford; committee Chairwoman Mary Jones.
Where possible, don’t use gender-specific language if you can avoid it. Use chai r, not chairman or chairwoman. (Similarly, use firefighter, not fireman or firewoman.) Don’t change the organization’s own titles, though.
Retain the hyphen when forming nouns, adjectives and verbs that indicate occupation or status: co-author; co-chair man; co-worker.
Capitalize when referring to a specific, one-time ceremony of this university: He spoke at Spring Commencement 2006. Don’t capitalize when used generically: it rained during commencement.
University of Nevada Cooperative Extension (first reference); Cooperative Extension (second reference).
Capitalize when used as formal title of program: the University of Nevada, Reno Core Curriculum; the University Core Curriculum. Lowercase when used generically: Bill Jones plans to take some core curriculum classes next semester.
In an official listing, use caps (Introduction to English Literature). Don’t use quotation marks. For subject titles, lowercase (art, biology, music, unless a proper noun like French or Shakespeare).
Use curriculum when referring to a single educational program. Curricula is the plural form.