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Council of the School of Graduate Studies (CSGS)

The CSGS is the School’s governing body, which legislates matters related to graduate programs as per the Powers of Council approved by the Board of Governors.
 

Role

  • Sets university-wide policies and regulations for graduate studies
  • Studies new program proposals
  • Reviews proposals for curriculum changes
  • Conducts regular appraisals of existing programs.
     

Membership and composition

Meetings and minutes

Meetings are held approximately once a month from September to May, and, in addition, there are two special meetings each year to approve the lists of graduating students. Agendas and minutes are mailed to all Graduate Program Directors (GPDs), whether or not they are CSGS members. The meetings are open, which is to say non-members who are part of the Concordia community are welcome to attend as guests.



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