99.0 III-7.10-POLICY ON GRADUATE EDUCATION
(Approved by the Board of Regents, June 21, 1990)
I. APPROVAL OF GRADUATE PROGRAMS
A. Graduate programs shall be approved according to the
process set forth in the Board of Regents Policy on
Degree and Curricular Requirements.
B. If there is a disagreement among the institutions on
the intent of any one institution to develop a new
graduate program or to participate in the development
of inter-institutional programs, which cannot be
settled informally, the issue shall be referred to the
Chancellor for resolution.
C. Each institution shall provide for the administration
of its graduate programs. Institutions that offer
doctoral programs shall have procedures for the
appointment of graduate faculty.
II. INTER-INSTITUTIONAL GRADUATE PROGRAMS
A. If two or more institutions propose a program as a
cooperative effort, the proposal shall be forwarded to
the Chancellor as a joint recommendation of the chief
executive officers of the institutions.
B. Inter-institutional programs shall be administered by
officers and faculty of the participating institutions.
III. MOBILITY OF GRADUATE STUDENTS AND FACULTY
The University of Maryland System encourages the development
of institutional policies that facilitate the inter-institutional
participation of graduate students and faculty in programs throughout
the University of Maryland System.
Replacement for: BOR I-4.00, I-4.01, I-4.02