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  173.051.  Independent colleges and universities may provide programs or research, requirements — public colleges or universities development of new programs, duties. — 1.  The coordinating board for higher education may submit requests for appropriations for the purposes of the coordinating board contracting with Missouri independent colleges and universities or publicly supported higher education institutions or coordinating agencies located outside the state of Missouri to provide professional or graduate programs of instruction for Missouri citizens or research services for the state of Missouri.  At the time of submission for appropriations, the coordinating board shall demonstrate to the general assembly that the program or service fulfills a state manpower or research need that is not available in Missouri's public universities in the area in which such is located.  Such agreements or contracts shall be entered into and approved as otherwise provided by law.

  2.  A Missouri independent college or university to be eligible to enter into such a contract shall be designated as an approved private institution as defined in the provisions of section 173.205.  Publicly supported institutions of higher education located outside the state of Missouri shall possess the equivalent approval of what would be required if such institutions were located in this state.

  3.  Nothing in this section shall be construed so as to prohibit the coordinating board for higher education from approving the development of a new program of instruction at a public college or university if in the judgment of the coordinating board the development of a new program is in the best educational and fiscal interests of the state of Missouri.


(L. 1986 S.B. 630 § 1, A.L. 1988 H.B. 1456)

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