Members of the Academic Planning Council include the provost, the vice president and the associate vice president for Finance and Administration, the vice president for Enrollment Management, the vice president for Marketing and Communications, the associate provost for Outreach and Engagement, the associate provost for Academic Affairs, the associate provost for Student Affairs, the assistant provost for International Programs and Services, the assistant vice president for Academic Success, the academic deans, the chief data officer for Planning, Research, and Assessment, the executive director of Online Learning, the director of Library Services, the director of Graduate Studies, the Registrar, the director of the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning, the director of University Core Curriculum, the assistant director of the Veteran, Military and Family Resource Center, the chair of Faculty Senate, the chair of the Curriculum Committee, and the dean of students.
The major function of the Academic Planning Council is to recommend to the president of the University the feasibility of initiating new majors, minors, or programs, and to annually review the Higher Education Services plans and programs.
New Program Development Plan
Revised by Academic Planning Council
October 14, 2019
|Baccalaureate Degree||Master Degree||Doctorate Degree|
|Business Economics||Criminal Justice|
|Geography||Elementary Math Specialist|
|Industrial Engineering||Environmental Science|
|Food and Nutrition (Dietetics)|
|Medical Sciences (MS or Post Bacc. Certif.)|
|Supply Chain Logistics|
|Gender Studies||Manufacturing Engineering (MSE)||Occupational Therapy|
|Bachelor of Fine Arts|