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What is Graduate and Professional Council?

The Graduate and Professional Council is composed of representatives from the graduate faculty at Texas A&M. The Council develops and maintains policies and procedures pertaining to graduate programs at the university. The Council’s function includes long-range planning, recommendation of new programs and courses, evaluation of existing programs and courses, and facilitation of university accreditation. Agenda items and questions may be sent via e-mail to GPCAdmin@tamu.edu.

Graduate and Professional Council Important Dates
Graduate and Professional Council Standard Operating Procedures

Effective September 1, 2016, paper submission of curricular proposals will no longer be accepted through the curricular approval process. The Curricular Approval Request System (CARS) is available through Howdy under the "Employee" tab. For more information, please contact Curricular Services at cars@tamu.edu or 845-8201.
 

2022 Graduate and Professional Council Meetings and Materials


January 2022 Meeting and Materials Agenda & Reports
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February 2022 Meeting and Materials Agenda & Reports
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March 2022 Meeting and Materials Agenda & Reports
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April 2022 Meeting and Materials Agenda & Reports
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May 2022 Meeting and Materials Agenda & Reports
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Past Graduate and Professional Council Meetings and Materials

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