posted message: As of now, this is how it looks to me.
If there is a big market for this degree, why not come up with a way to do this all under Parkside? Could Parkside create a new separate college for this new degree? A College of Experiential Education or some other more appropriate name for a new college.
If Parkside does not do this as a new college; could Parkside then create a subsidiary to the University for this degree, UW Parkside Extension?
You should know that it is not uncommon for not-for-profit organizations (a so called “member” organization) to create wholly owned subsidiary (or subsidiaries) whose purpose is to create a profit that is returned to the member organization for the member organization to help achieve its mission.