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    Purdue University
  Dec 16, 2017
2017-2018 University Catalog

Appendix H

Combined Degree Program Proposal
Review/Approval Flowchart

A. Concept Paper (one page)

  1. addressed to the dean of the Graduate School from the head(s) of the academic unit(s) and endorsed by the relevant academic dean(s)
  2. content
    • name of multiple degrees, proposing academic unit(s), and contact person(s).
    • rationale, including impact and benefits
    • relationship to similar graduate programs in the Purdue system
    • estimated resource needs (budget, space, library, other)
  3. dean of the Graduate School consults with the provost

B. Proposal

  1. requested by the dean of the Graduate School
  2. use Graduate School “Proposal Format for Combined Degree Programs,” (Appendix I  )
  3. administrative review by the Graduate School – If multiple program proposal exceeds the scope and/or dual-credit allowance described in Appendix I  , review and approval by the Graduate Council is required.

C. Post Graduate School/Graduate Council Review and Action

  1. dean of the Graduate School forwards recommendation to the provost
  2. Office of the Provost conducts final review and approval
  3. Office of the Provost notifies the dean of the Graduate School
  4. dean of the Graduate School notifies the originator(s) of the proposal and reports the approval to the Graduate Council

(Approved by the Graduate Council 2/16/06)