Exact wording of any future policy changes would be decided by the Senate’s Academic Procedures & Standards Committee.
The program also needs approval from university President Darryll Pines, the University System of Maryland Board of Regents and the Maryland Higher Education Commission.
The policy and procedures now await approval from university President Darryll Pines.
The major will prepare students to create products such as datasets and models about human activity and behavior.
Explore the history, context and motivation behind each demand — and the steps administrators have taken to address them so far.
The changes aim to help students understand their own identities and systemic racism, among other issues.
Both programs will begin next academic year.
This was Pines' first official address to the Senate.
Lanford officially stepped down at a virtual meeting Wednesday.