(1) The State Board of Higher Education shall visit all state institutions of higher education under its jurisdiction for the purpose of inquiring as to the work offered and conducted at such institutions, whenever and as often as it may deem necessary. The board shall specifically determine from time to time as occasion may require what courses or departments, if any, shall not, in its judgment, be duplicated in the several higher educational institutions. The board may direct the elimination of duplicate work from any institution, and determine and define the courses of study and departments to be offered and conducted by each institution.
(2) A record of such determination shall be kept by the board. The board shall notify the Governor of such determination and each institution affected shall conform thereto.
(3) If any changes are made in the curricula of any institution, the change shall become effective at the beginning of the school year following the determination.
(4) Any person may appear before the board of higher education at any meeting for the purpose of laying before the board any data or arguments for the maintaining or elimination of any duplicated course or department. [Amended by 1989 c.492 §2; 1993 c.98 §16]Section: Previous 351.155 351.160 351.165 351.170 351.180 351.190 351.195 351.200 351.203 351.205 351.210 351.220 351.230 351.240 351.250 Next
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