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The CECS Graduate Programs Committee (GPC) reviews and recommends proposals for changes to degree programs, tracks, certificates, and courses; suspension or inactivation of degree programs, tracks, certificates, and courses; and additions of new tracks, certificates, and courses. These changes are then advanced the College of Graduate Studies. Additionally, GPC recommends new policies and procedures or changes to existing policies and procedures with regard to graduate education in the College of Engineering and Computer Science. Some university fellowship nominations are processed through GPC.

The committee consists of one graduate program coordinator (voting members) from each department, the department-level graduate program assistants (non-voting), and faculty and/or staff coordinators (non-voting) corresponding to special graduate programs (e.g., MS Digital Forensics, MS Data Analytics, MS and PhD in Modeling and Simulation). The committee is chaired by the Associate Dean for Graduate Affairs and coordinated by various staff from the College of Engineering and Computer Science.

Dates, times, and links for future meetings are listed below:

Date and Time Submit Date Meeting Room and/or Link Agenda
TBD TBD Engineering I Room 288/Zoom TBD
TBD TBD Engineering I Room 288/Zoom TBD
TBD TBD Engineering I Room 288/Zoom TBD
TBD TBD Engineering I Room 288/Zoom TBD

CECS faculty are welcomed to attend to describe proposals for courses, tracks, and programs that they have proposed for consideration. The deadline for proposals to be submitted to GPC are associated with the respective meeting in the “Submit Date” column. Kuali proposals that are advanced from CECS are reviewed at the College of Graduate Studies GCCC meetings on dates provided here: https://graduatecouncil.ucf.edu/curriculum-committee/. The university-level GCCC requires proposals to be advanced from CECS two weeks prior to the GCCC meeting date.