Example 1: Faculty in the College of DAAP develop full proposal for a Ph.D. program in Architecture. The proposal is approved through the college governance structure and forwarded by the dean to Graduate Council for review. Graduate Council vets the proposal with appropriate groups and submits it through the integrated decision-making form. Given the academic nature of the proposal, it is sent to AC for review. AC shares the proposal with FCC and considers any feedback before endorsing and forwarding to the Provost who seeks advice as necessary. Provost considers input and either returns to AC for further information or forwards through the President to the Board of Trustees. (All new degree programs require UC Board and OBR approval).