Category Archives: Undergraduate Curriculum

New Undergraduate Certificate Programs Approved this Spring

At the May 7, 2018, University Senate meeting, the Faculty approved three new undergraduate certificate programs. Undergraduate certificate programs offer our students a convenient and flexible way to earn credentials for career advancement. All are cross-disciplinary clusters of courses integrated … Continue reading

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A brand-new undergraduate degree rolling out this fall

During the most recent meeting of the UK Board of Trustees, a new undergraduate degree has been approved. The Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree in United States Culture and Business Practices  will be offered within the College of Arts & … Continue reading

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Undergraduate Certificate Programs at UK

The University of Kentucky’s undergraduate certificate programs offer our students a convenient and flexible way to earn credentials for career advancement. All are cross-disciplinary clusters of courses integrated in a way that identifies a set of skills or knowledge that … Continue reading

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Undergraduate Research Annual Showcase, April 25

The Office of Undergraduate Research staff invites you to attend the 12th Annual Showcase of Undergraduate Scholars next Wednesday, April 25 from 3:00 PM – 6:00 PM at the WT Young Library. The Opening Ceremony will open with recognizing the … Continue reading

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KY College Readiness Indicators 2018-19

This announcement came in from the Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education Academic Affairs staff. The Council of Chief Academic Officers (including UK’s Provost David Blackwell) have formally approved the chart of College Readiness Indicators for the incoming students for 2018-2019. … Continue reading

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7th Annual Student Success Summit

The seventh annual Kentucky Student Success summit sponsored by the Kentuck Council on Postsecondary Education (CPE) will explore “The Future of Undergraduate Education, The Future of Kentucky.” It will take place in Louisville at the Marriott Louisville East, on April … Continue reading

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CPE workgroup on co-requisite courses for first-year students not meeting college readiness scores

A statewide workgroup has been addressing the new programmatic efforts to reduce the placement of first-year college students into traditional developmental education courses. This collaborative work being led by staff at the Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education with faculty and … Continue reading

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myUK GPS Degree Audit update

From a message from Mike Shanks, Associate Registrar, Office of Enrollment Management. As of February 15th all UK undergraduate majors, minors and certificate programs associated with the 2015-16 Catalog are live in myUK GPS Degree Audit. Advisors should use myUK … Continue reading

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Articulating value of co-curricular activities during post-grad job search

Much of what we do at the University of Kentucky provides students with high quality experiences – both curricular and co-curricular activities. However, are we sure that our students recognize and can articulate efficiently and coherently the professional value of … Continue reading

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