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he Graduate Programs Office oversees the development of all academic graduate programs, including, all graduate degrees, certificates, concentrations, and courses for approximately 100 graduate departments across Purdue's five campuses. The Graduate Council, the faculty body responsible for making academic policies and approving new graduate programs and courses, is under the purview of the Graduate Programs Office. The GPO is responsible for implementation of academic and administrative policies involving graduate education for the system-wide Graduate School, recognizing the origin of policies and the impact of policy changes to other campuses and offices.
Graduate Program Proposal Guidelines
- Graduate Degree Program Guidelines
- Online/Distance Graduate Degree Program Guidelines
- Combined Degree Program Guidelines
- Interdisciplinary Program Guidelines
- Professional Master’s Degree Program Guidelines
- Adding a Thesis Option (for approved degree programs)
- Graduate Certificate Guidelines
- Graduate Program Concentration Guidelines
- Graduate Level Course Guidelines
**NEW**Form 40G-REACTIVATION, to be used when reactivating an expired course during the Spring 2014 audit of 50000/60000 level courses only.
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