Design & Submit a Course
All UK Core course proposals should be approved by your College and submitted from your College by the appropriate member of your Dean's office. Using the curriculum management system, Curriculog, submit either a New Course with Core form (For a new UK Core course proposal) or a Course Change with Core form (For changes to an existing UK Core course). Complete the fields in the form, along with the appropriate Course Review for (See below), and attach a syllabus.
Course Review Form for New Submissions [.doc]
*For informational purposes only. These forms are automatically populated in Curriculog.
- Inquiry in Arts and Creativity
- Inquiry in the Humanities
- Inquiry in the Natural/Mathematical/Physical Sciences
- Inquiry in the Social Sciences
- Quantitative Foundations
- Statistical Inferential Reasoning
- Composition and Communication I
- Composition and Communication II
- U.S. Citizenship, Diversity, Community
- Global Dynamics
Once submitted through Curriculog, the proposal will route through appropriate College approvals before receiving UKCEC consideration. If approved by the UKGEC, the course will then route to the Undergraduate Council and Senate Council for review.
Course Proposal Submission
Contact your Department Chair or DUS.
UKC Experimental Course Submission
The UKC prefix allows for faculty to propose a course for the UK Core and to teach it up to two times prior to submitting it for formal approval. We encourage faculty to be “experimental” in their approaches, while also ensuring that the course meets the learning outcomes for UK Core course area as defined by the relevant course template. Click here for instructions on submitting a UKC course requests (these are not done through Curriculog).
UK Faculty Toolkit
The UK faculty toolkit is a site that supports teaching faculty at the University of Kentucky who are involved in a Faculty Research Group focusing on the transition from High School to UK in the context of our general education program - the UK Core.
If you have any questions, please contact the Senate Council Office.