University of Minnesota Duluth Academic Administration
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Mission Statement
Academic Administration

The mission of Academic Administration is to exercise administrative authority and provide leadership and support to its academic and programmatic units in carrying out the teaching, research, and service mission of UMD. Academic Administration oversees five collegiate units which include the Labovitz School of Business and Economics, the College of Education and Human Service Professions, the School of Fine Arts, the College of Liberal Arts and the College of Science and Engineering, as well as the Library, Information Technology Systems and Services, the Natural Resources Research Institute, Minnesota Sea Grant, the International Education Office, and Continuing Education. Academic Administration has primary responsibility for the University's academic policies and procedures, processes for academic program planning and approvals, budgeting, academic personnel (appointments and reappointments, tenure and promotion, annual evaluations) program assessment, institutional research, sponsored projects administration, room scheduling and academic space assignment.

 


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