All degree programs at Clayton State University are approved by the Georgia Board of Regents (BOR), which employs a rigorous process to approve all degree programs offered at the institution. The program lengths for all Masters, Bachelors, and Associate degrees are required to be in accordance with the BOR policies and procedures. Also, the institution’s Curriculum & Academic Policy Council (CAPC) oversees matters related to undergraduate curriculum and academic standards. These matters include the program length, new programs and courses, as well as admission standards.
Currently, Clayton State offers seven masters programs and the length of the programs is listed below:
There are thirty-two bachelors degree programs offered at this time at Clayton State University and the length of the programs is listed below:
Curriculum and Academic Policy Council
BOR Policies Regarding Programs
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