The Graduate Affairs Committee (GAC) is the main graduate affairs governing and advisory body for the IUPUI campus, overseeing approval of new graduate and professional degrees.
Graduate faculty members from IUPUI, as well as Deans (or their representatives) from all schools on the IUPUI campus make up the Graduate Affairs Committee. GAC members terms may be for one or more years.
New accelerated BA/MA in Applied Communications from the School of Liberal Arts
Curricular changes to the following specializations in the Ph.D. in Informatics: Biomedical & Health Informatics, Bioinformatics, and Human-Computer Interaction from the School of Informatics and Computing
Changes to the dual degree MPA/MA in Philanthropic Studies from the School of Philanthropy
Changes to the PhD Minor in Epidemiology in the School of Public Health
PhD in Musculoskeletal Health Science from the Indiana Center for Musculoskeletal Health in the IU School of Medicine
Accelerated degree, BS/MS in Biomedical Informatics/Health Informatics in the IU School of Informatics and Computing
Accelerated degree, BSPH in Community Health to MPH in social & Behavioral Sciences in the IU Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health
Changes to the prerequisites for admittance to the MS in Nutrition & Dietetics in the IU School of Health & Human Sciences
Non-thesis master’s students’ changes, Mathematic Sciences department in the IUPUI School of Science
Non-thesis master’s students’ changes, School of Engineering & Technology at IUPUI
October 9, 2018, GAC members voted via an electronic vote to approve the collaborative online certificate in History upon receipt of a corrected degree map. The corrected degree map was provided by IU Online.
October 9, 2018, GAC members voted via an electronic vote to approve the collaborative online certificate in Biology.
Changes to the number of credit hours that can be double counted in the combined BSEE/MSECE and BSCmpE/MSECE programs in the Electrical &
Computer Engineering department at IUPUI.
Corrected course title in the PhD minor in Health Policy & Management in the IU Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health that was approved by the GAC in January 2018.
Graduate Certificate in Design Thinking for Collaborative Innovation
Concentration; Integrative Studio Practices in the MFA in Visual Arts degree program
Education Track PhD program in Anatomy & Cell Biology - curriculum change
School of Informatics online programs - admission amendment Graduate Certificate in Clinical Informatics Graduate Certificate in Human-Computer Interaction Graduate Certificate in Health Information Management & Exchange MLS MS in Health Informatics
Computer Science Ph.D., structure change
Behavioral Consultation Team (BCT), Julie Lash, Counseling and Psychological Services