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CHAPTER FOUR: 4220

ACADEMIC POLICIES AND REGULATIONS 

July 2013


4220

 

ACADEMIC CO-OPERATION BETWEEN UI

AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION

 

PREAMBLE: This section outlines academic co-operation between UI and other institutions of higher education: Washington State University and Lewis-Clark State College.  Pertaining first only to Washington State, it was added to the Handbook in May of 1984 and in June of 1985 section D was added. The original agreement to allow cooperatively offered courses between the University of Idaho and Washington State University appear in the minutes of the Idaho State Board of Education meeting on April 19-21, 1962, with an addendum in the minutes of the July 18-21, 1962 meeting. In July 2002 the policy was generalized so as to include Lewis-Clark State College as well. For further information, contact the Provost's Office (208-885-6448) or the Registrar's Office (208-885-6731). [ed. 7-00, rev. 7-02, 7-13]

 

CONTENTS:

 

A. General Policy

 

A. GENERAL POLICY. The establishment of cooperative programs requires approval of the faculty through the university curriculum review process and an agreement of understanding with the cooperating institution signed by the Provost.  Cooperative academic offerings foster partnerships and strengthen academic programs.  These cooperative efforts may include the cooperative-listing of regularly offered courses between the two institutions and the exchange of faculty members on a semester basis and administrative support services. [rev. 7-13]

 

 

 

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