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Academic Programs

Degree and/or Major Deactivation Process

Print friendly Modified December 30, 2008

The process for deactivating a program begins at the campus level. Academic programs are reviewed by their departments, units, or divisions to determine whether a temporary suspension is needed in order to analyze the continued viability of a program.

A program may be suspended by the president for a maximum of two years after which time, the institution must notify the Office of Academic Programs whether the program will be reinstated or requested for termination by the Board.

A deactivated program will not admit any new students. The program will not be listed in the college bulletin. The program, although listed on the Degrees and Majors inventory, will be identified as deactivated.

Notification of deactivated programs will be sent to the Office of Academic Programs.