Graduate Faculty Executive Committee (GFEC)

The Graduate Faculty Executive Committee (GFEC) exercises the powers of the graduate faculty with respect to establishing, reviewing and modifying graduate degree programs, named options, doctoral minors, graduate/professional certificates and capstone certificates. The GFEC is also responsible for setting standards for admission and degree requirements and engaging in strategic planning and graduate education policy discussions.

GFEC consists of sixteen elected members of the graduate faculty, the dean, and not more than four associate deans appointed by the dean. Further information regarding GFEC can be found in chapter 3 of the Faculty Policies and Procedures.

See Degrees (Plans)Grievances and AppealsMinorsPrograms (or ‘Majors’)Named Option