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The graduate curriculum at Northeastern is governed by the Northeastern faculty and the Provost, through various elected committees of the Faculty Senate. The Graduate College Advisory Committee (GCAC), a committee which reports to the Faculty Council on Academic Affairs (FCAA), reviews curriculum proposals after the college curriculum committees have approved them. Once GCAC approves a proposal, they pass it along to FCAA for final faculty approval before the final approval of the Provost. 

The GCAC membership for the 2014-2015 academic year: 

Constituency
Member
Term Ends
Email
Arts & Sciences
Pamela Geddes
8/31/2015
p-geddes@neiu.edu
Arts & Sciences
Judy Kaplan-Weinger
8/31/2016
j-kaplan1@neiu.edu
Business & Management
Jian Li
8/31/2016
j-li3@neiu.edu
Business & Management
Myung-Ho Yoon
8/31/2015
m-yoon@neiu.edu
Education
MT Garreton
8/31/2016
m-garreton@neiu.edu
Education
Michele Kane
8/31/2015
m-kane1@neiu.edu
Resource Professionals
Michelle Guittar
8/31/2016
m-guittar@neiu.edu
At-Large
Jeanine Ntihirageza
8/31/2016
j-ntihirageza@neiu.edu
At-Large
Shannon Saszik
8/31/2015
s-saszik@neiu.edu

FCAA has developed guidelines and forms for the curriculum process as well as general instructions for the curricular proposal process: 

Developing New Graduate Programs

  • FCAA's new graduate program guidelines and form 
  • To begin work on a new program, departments should contact the Dean of Graduate Studies and Research to begin the planning. GCAC has developed a rubric to help with the successful development and implementation of a new graduate program. Departments will find it useful to use the rubric in consultation with the Dean of Graduate Studies and Research. 

 

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