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228 - Program Advisory Committees

Legal Reference: Minnesota State Board Policy 3.30

The College supports and maintains active Program Advisory Committees consistent with Minnesota State policy. Each credit-based degree, diploma, and certificate program has a Program Advisory Committee that identifies needs and opportunities; describes the current status and dynamic nature of its industry and/or occupation(s); and provides guidance and advice on initial development, accountability, expansion, and closure of academic programs or related program clusters at the college or with related programs at high schools, colleges, and/or universities. College program advisory committees shall include, but are not limited to, employers, students, faculty, alumni active in the industry, and administration.

See the Advisory Committee Handbook (PDF) for specific guidelines and procedures. 

Approved: October 24, 2011
Reviewed: October 23, 2013

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