EPAC normally meets at least once a month during the academic year, and more frequently if business warrants.
Usually, a meeting is held in June to handle business left over from the previous academic year. All online CCMS, Syllabus Forms and supporting materials are available in the Office of Academic and Student Affairs for review by interested faculty prior to the EPAC meeting at which the courses are to be considered.
Improving a 100-year-old, largely unchanged education system is no small task.
But in concert, the elements we propose will ensure the students of today are prepared to become the innovators and leaders of tomorrow.
The following changes are generally considered the prerogative of individual colleges, and do not need approval of the Course Review Committees.But to make those changes, the district is talking about changing school schedules to give students more options and fewer requirements for electives, Superintendent Todd White said.“There’s an overall theme that we are working from, and that is to provide more choice to both our students and our parents,” White said Monday.Here are some questions to think about when preparing proposals for curriculum changes.Please do not hesitate to contact the Graduate School with questions.However, all curriculum changes must be submitted through the Course Catalog Maintenance System (CCMS) in order to be updated in the curriculum master file maintained by the Registrar's Office, as well as the undergraduate and graduate catalogs: All proposals for new courses should use the online Course Catalog Maintenance System (CCMS).