- The Academic Progr Inventory of North Carolina Senior Colleges and Universities contains all current academic degree progrs for these institutions as approved by the University of North Carolina Board of Governors for public four-year institutions and as provided by the official representative of each cpus for the independent institutions.
Foreclosure: The ing of a property in order to satisfy a lien against it, ending all rights, interests, or title of owners.
The information was obtained from reports submitted by the respective officers of each institution.
Back to topEasement: A recorded right of use affecting real property.
Back to topJoint Tenancy: The undivided equal owner interests with right of survivorship in a property held by two or more parties.
Each degree progr within each major field of study is listed along with the institution offering the degree, the degree abbreviation, and the track or cpus title for each progr.
Back to topAbstract of Title: The accumulation of recorded documents relating to a piece or parcel of land from which an attorney will give an opinion of the status of the title.
An update of the national manual is due from NCES in .
Section of Chapter of the Session aws for the State of North Carolina directed the Board of Governors of The University of North Carolina: to adopt, for itself and all constituent institutions, a code based upon the code of the University of North Carolina as it may exist prior to July , , but modified in such ways as to the Board of Governors may deem desirable in order to take into account the practices and needs of all the constituent institutions.