The purpose of this document is to specify the administration of the MBA program and the core course coordination.
I. Flex and Professional MBA Administration
The MBA program is administered by the Associate Dean with responsibility for curriculum and programs and the Assistant Dean or faculty director responsible for Flex and Professional MBA programs.
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Courses numbered 8999 or below (excluding Readings Courses) which have not been taught (i.e., scheduled with sufficient enrollments to offer the course) in the preceding three calendar years and courses numbered 9000 or above (excluding Readings Courses) which have not been taught in the preceding five calendar years will be considered by either the… more »
Submission and Approval Process
For proposals from academic units that require faculty approval, the Academic Program Councils will adhere to the following process.
At the beginning of each semester, the Council will establish meeting dates to consider proposals and provide a schedule of these meeting dates to the faculty at large. The Council will… more »
Cross-listed Courses Definition. A cross-listed course is defined as one which the University Graduate or Undergraduate Catalog explicitly states is the “same as” another course. For example, in the 2014-2015 Graduate Catalog, ACCT 8680, Security and Privacy of Information and Information Systems, is listed “same as CIS 8080.” Policy. Cross-listing of a graduate course with… more »
Purposes of Policy Make timely course cancellation decisions. The policies and procedures contained in this document are directed at making all of the decisions pertaining to cancellation of courses in a timely manner such that any students in canceled courses will have adequate opportunity to re-register for other courses, and instructors assigned to canceled courses… more »
The Graduate and Undergraduate Program Councils occasionally receive a departmentally-initiated proposal for a new course for which adequate specification of course objectives, content, or methodology prior to the actual offering of the course is difficult. Historically, this situation has resulted in Council and faculty approval of some courses subject to a review of the… more »