Institutional Approval

Overview

Unit Office of the Provost
Contact Nancy Bliwise | Associate Vice Provost, Academic Planning
Optimal timeframe 24+ months prior to accepting applications
Note: Emory's Board of Trustees (Academic Affairs Committee) reviews new program applications in March or September. Schools may present new programs once each year; all programs must be presented at that meeting.
Purpose All new programs must be approved by the provost's office and then by the Board of Trustees. Early notification and engagement with the provost's office is suggested to expedite program approval.
Why this matters Without approval both from the Office of the Provost and the Board of Trustees, a new program cannot be offered at the university.
Forms None

Key Questions and Considerations

  1. Has the Office of the Provost approved the new program?
  2. Has the Board of Trustees approved the new program?