Office of Instructional Programs
The Office of Instructional Programs supports academic and non-credit instructional programs at the university.
About the Office
The new Office of Instructional Programs within the Office of the Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost oversees the programmatic planning and implementation of academic and non-credit instructional programs at NC State. The office’s work furthers the university’s mission and supports achieving goals set forth in Wolfpack 2030: Powering the Extraordinary.
The Office of Instructional Programs will help NC State continue to attract the world’s best undergraduate and graduate students and provide them with a cutting-edge education through effective academic planning. It will also support academic excellence through university-wide programs that enrich the entire university community. Units within the Office of Instructional Programs include the following: McKimmon Center for Extension and Continuing Education, Digital Education and Learning Technology Applications (DELTA), Office of Assessment and Accreditation, Institute for Advanced Analytics, academic program planning including new degree programs and dual degree programs, and other select university-wide academic programs.