The Graduate Council submits recommendations concerning initiation or revision of graduate courses and programs through the University Senate to the Provost. The Council is composed of three graduate faculty members and one student member from each of the six academic colleges and the Dean of the Graduate School (non-voting member) for a total of twenty-five members. Faculty members are elected annually by the graduate faculty in each college.
|Course Proposal Type||Required Documents|
|New Course||New Course Proposal Form|
|Revised Course||Revised Course Proposal Form|
|Suspend/Delete/Reactivate Course||Suspend/Delete/Reactivate Course Proposal Form|
|Group Prefix Revision||Course(s) Group Prefix Revision|
|Course Inventory Form (New/Temporary) + Syllabus|
|Program Proposal Type||Required Documents|
|New Master's Degree||Master's Degree Program New|
|New Doctoral Degree||Doctoral Degree Program New|
|New Certificate||Certificate New|
|Revise Program/Certificate||Program Revision|
|Suspend/Delete/Reactivate Program||Program Suspend/Delete/Reactivate|
|New Degree Type|
- Course Inventory Forms are required for all course proposals and should be submitted to the Registrar's Office. - Library resource forms are no longer required for graduate proposals.
Meetings are held in the Academic Affairs Conference Room (WAB 239) at 3:00 PM unless otherwise noted.
* - Meetings beginning at 2:00 PM
** - Agenda items are due on the Monday two weeks prior to the meeting date
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