The College's Education Policy Committee (EPC) is made up of nine faculty members, three from each discipline that makes up the College of Arts and Sciences. Its members are elected by the faculty and serve three-year, staggered terms. The Education Policy Committee advises the dean, the Executive Committee, departments and faculty on all educational policy matters related to teaching, research, and service. The Committee has the authority to make decisions on behalf of the faculty in approving or disapproving all proposals for new programs and courses and for changes in programs and courses.
Course Syllabus Information
A&S 100 or 300 or 500 temporary one semester course
A&S Race and Ethnicity Course Approval you must be logged into a UK server through your campus desktop computer or VPN.
A&S On-line Education, On-line Education Bibliography
UK Core Forms are built into Curriculog. You can use the forms found on the UK Core webpage to draft your response to the questions.
Undergraduate Council Curricular log
Graduate Council Curricular log
University Senate Curricular log
The 2023-24 A&S Educational Policy Committee (EPC) members are:
|Natural & Mathematical Sciences:
|Social & Behavioral Sciences:
|Brian J. McNely
|Writing, Rhetoric and Digital Studies
|Jeorg Ellen Sauer
|Modern and Classical Languages, Literatures & Cultures
|Matthew C. Giancarlo
|Kim R. Woodrum
|Gender and Women's Studies
|2023-24 Meetings are held Tuesdays 12:30-1:50pm in Patterson Office Tower
If you have any questions related to EPC or Curriculog, please contact Colleen Knight at firstname.lastname@example.org.