The Director of Graduate Programs (DGP) is responsible for the overall quality and success of graduate programs in the CBA, including self-support programs. This individual and the Associate Dean for Academic Programs (ADAP) and Associate Dean for Faculty Support (ADFS) are key members of the administrative leadership team of the College of Business Administration and report directly to the Dean. The DGP works in tandem with the ADFS and ADAP, is a member of the senior CBA leadership team, and reports to the Dean.
In consultation with the Dean and other College of Business Administration (CBA) stakeholders, the DGP works to create and maintain innovative and impactful business programs that align with the CBA mission and strategic direction. The CBA’s priorities include related academic technology, innovation, and impact with a focus on teaching effectiveness, academic excellence, and operational efficiency. The incumbent will be responsible for overseeing operational leadership to promote excellence in all phases of the CBA’s academic activities in compliance with University policy and accreditation standards. Aligned with the CBA vision and strategy, this role requires collaborative work with Department Chairs, program directors, faculty, and staff to ensure that programs address market trends and create local and global engagement. The DGP is a key participant in school-wide strategic planning and execution.
Expected to support Sacramento State’s Five Imperatives: reduce time to degree, increase campus diversity, inclusion, and equity, increase philanthropic giving, community collaboration and safety
Application Review will begin February 6th and will continue until a successful candidate has been identified. For complete job posting and to apply, please visit the Sacramento State jobs website.
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