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Request to Disestablish a Program

Undergraduate Academic Program

Proposed disestablishments of existing degree programs must be included on the approved College/School Academic Plan and receive specific written approval from the University Provost’s office.

Once approved, complete the “Request to Disestablish an Academic Program” template to be routed through the internal ASU proposal development and review process.

  1. Unit
  2. College/School Curriculum Committee
  3. College/School Dean’s Office
  4. Office of the University Provost
  5. Curriculum and Academic Programs Committee (CAPC)
  6. University Senate (1st Reading)
  7. University Senate (2nd Reading/Approval)
  8. University Provost

Undergraduate Concentration, Minor or Certificate

Proposed disestablishments of concentrations, minors or certificates must be submitted on the College/School academic plan and receive specific written approval from the University Provost’s office.

Once approved, complete the “Request to Disestablish an Academic Program” template to be routed through the internal ASU proposal development and review process.

  1. Unit
  2. College/School Curriculum Committee
  3. College/School Dean’s Office
  4. Office of the University Provost
  5. Curriculum and Academic Programs Committee (CAPC)
  6. University Senate (1st Reading)*
  7. University Senate (2nd Reading/Approval*
  8. University Provost

* Proposals to disestablish a concentration or minor are not reviewed/approved by the University Senate.

Graduate Academic Program

Proposed disestablishments of degree programs must be included on the approved College/School Academic Plan and receive specific written approval from the University Provost’s office.

Once approved, complete the “Request to Disestablish an Academic Program” template to be routed through the internal ASU proposal development and review process.

  1. Unit
  2. College/School Curriculum Committee
  3. College/School Dean’s Office
  4. Office of the University Provost
  5. Graduate Council/Graduate College
  6. Curriculum and Academic Programs Committee (CAPC)
  7. University Senate (1st Reading)
  8. University Senate (2nd Reading/Approval)
  9. University Provost

Graduate Concentrations and Certificates

Proposed disestablishments of concentrations or certificates must be included on the approved College/School Academic Plan and receive specific written approval from the University Provost’s office.

Once approved, complete the “Request to Disestablish an Academic Program” template to be routed through the internal ASU proposal development and review process.

  1. Unit
  2. College/School Curriculum Committee
  3. College/School Dean’s Office
  4. Office of the University Provost
  5. Graduate Council/Graduate College
  6. Curriculum and Academic Programs Committee (CAPC)
  7. University Senate (1st Reading) *
  8. University Senate (2nd Reading/Approval)*
  9. University Provost

* Proposals to disestablish a concentration are not reviewed/approved by the University Senate.