Course Disestablishment

Course disestablishment is the process to remove the accredited status of course and cease new intakes.

There are many reasons for disestablishing a course. These may include changes to: student demand, the strategic positioning of a course in a particular market; or the course following a course review process.

The decision to disestablish a course is made by the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Education) in consultation with the relevant Dean (or delegate) of the managing faculty, or following the recommendation of Academic Board.

When disestablishing a course the Course Accreditation Procedure must be followed, refer to section 7.