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Proposal Summary: AS-05-61

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TitleJuris Doctorate./Master of Applied Politics Joint Degree
Submitting DeanDr. Roger Creel
Submitting CollegeArts & Sciences -- Charles Monroe x8033
Departments Generating the ProposalPoli Sci
Objection DeadlineMarch 15, 2005
Proposal StatusFinal Approval Granted
Proposal Last UpdatedMay 05, 2005 by PR Nancy Stokes
Effective DateSummer I 2005
Brief Summary of ProposalThis is a joint degree program of the current J.D. degree from the Law School and the Master of Applied Politics from the Department of Political Science. It follows the pattern of current joint J.D. programs by reducing the total number of credits for the J.D. by eight, the total number of credits for the MAP by nine but adding a new required three credit course. A total of 109 credits is required for the joint degree where a total of 127 would be required if the courses were taken separately.
Type of ProposalNew program
Graduate School Endorsement StatusApproved
Graduate School Endorsement UpdatedFebruary 28, 2005 by GS Heather Blake
Institutional Research StatusApproved
IR Status UpdatedFebruary 11, 2005 by IR Dolores Bezilla
Library StatusApproved
Library CommentThe bibliography reflects holdings in either Bierce or the Law Library; there are several supplementary materials available to support the course as well.
Library Status UpdatedJanuary 27, 2005 by UL assc dean Roger Durbin
Distance Learning Review Committee StatusNot required
DLRC Status Updated
Resource RequirementsNo additional resources
Resource Requirements UpdatedDecember 30, 2004 by AS dean's ofc Christy Adams


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