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The Education Unit ensures the successful development, delivery, assessment, and continuous improvement of all School-specific education programs, in particular the Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) degree program.
The Education Unit is part of the Dean's Office and is managed by the vice dean, who reports to the dean and oversees the following administrative subunits:
- Office of Assessment and Quality Improvement
- Office of Education and Instructional Services
- Office of Student and Curricular Affairs
- Office of the Associate Dean
- Experiential Education Program
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Curriculum and Educational Policy Committee (CEPC)
The Curriculum and Educational Policy Committee works with, but is separate from, the Education Unit.
The Curriculum and Educational Policy Committee is a standing committee of the School of Pharmacy Faculty Council. Committee members are elected by the faculty and led by a chair. The CEPC provides oversight of the PharmD degree program and is charged with the continuous study of the long-range plans of the School as these relate to the profession of pharmacy and the PharmD program. The committee liaisons with other long-range education planning bodies within the University, reviews and makes recommendations regarding the PharmD curriculum and subsidiary questions including the initiation, alteration, or discontinuance of courses of instruction. All proposed significant changes to the PharmD curriculum must be submitted to the CEPC for approval.
Valerie Clinard, PharmD