Virginia Council of Higher Education will discuss plan for new degree programs
NORFOLK, Va. (AP) - The State Council of Higher Education for Virginia is set to meet in Norfolk to discuss the statewide strategic plan for higher education and consider new degree programs.
The council is scheduled to hold its regular business meeting on Tuesday at Old Dominion University.
Officials are set to hear a presentation regarding the textbook-free degree program at Tidewater Community College.
It also will consider a proposal from George Mason University for a master's degree program in computer game design.
Longwood University is seeking program approval for a education master's degree program in librarianship.