Program Director Information

Supporting graduate education

Program directors are the primary point of contact for their respective graduate programs. Duties of this position vary with the program, but program directors are expected to be an advocate for the needs of their program and their students.

The basic duties of a program director include:

  • Recruitment and marketing of the program
  • Admissions
  • Advisement
  • Overseeing curriculum and course rotations
  • Updating program information in Graduate Catalog
  • Assisting with evaluation of graduate faculty
  • Record keeping 

Graduate Program Director Fall 2015 Meeting - (10/28/2015)

The PowerPoint used at the Graduate Program Director Fall 2015 Meeting is available below:

Graduate Program Director Fall 2014 Meeting - International Session  (11/11/2014)

The PowerPoint and handouts provided at the Graduate Program Director International Session are available below:

Graduate Program Director Fall 2014 Meeting - (10/14/2014)

The PowerPoint provided at the Graduate Program Director Fall 2014 Meeting are available below:

Accelerated & Senior Permission Presentation - Master Advisor Workshop (02/26/2014)

The PowerPoint as used in the presentation and handout for Accelerated & Senior Permission used by the Graduate College:

Graduate Program Director Workshop - International Session (11/20/2013)

The PowerPoint and handouts provided at the Graduate Program Director Workshop are available below:

Graduate Program Director Workshop (11/13/2013)

The PowerPoint and handouts provided at the Graduate Program Director Workshop are available below:

 

 

 

 

Resources

Program directors often receive assistance with overseeing the program and students from other faculty members and their department head. The following documents provide more information about the expectations for graduate program directors:

Graduate College staff members can also provide support for marketing, admissions, recruitment and more.