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Proposal Summary: WC-09-10

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TitleOffice Technology - Application Software Option
Submitting DeanDr. John P. Kristofco
Submitting CollegeWayne College -- Rick Yoder x8946
Departments Generating the ProposalWayne
Objection DeadlineApril 17, 2009
Proposal StatusFinal Approval Granted
Proposal Last UpdatedJune 18, 2009 by Karen Greene
Effective DateFall 2009
Brief Summary of ProposalChange of program requirements: add 2420:170, 2440:140, 2440:141 and 2540:253; delete 2020:222, 2030:151 & 152 OR 3470:250, and Technical Electives; change 2040:240 or 3750:100 to 2040:240, 2540:263 OR 7600:106 to 2540:263; delete physical education/wellness requirement (refer to WC-09-08 for proposed program/department name change).
Type of ProposalProgram changes
Graduate School Endorsement StatusNot required
Graduate School Endorsement UpdatedNovember 12, 2008 by GS Heather Blake
Institutional Research StatusApproved
IR Status UpdatedNovember 13, 2008 by IR Anu Mahapatra
Library StatusApproved
Library Status UpdatedOctober 14, 2008 by WC asst to dean Rick Yoder
Distance Learning Review Committee StatusNot required
DLRC Status Updated
General Education Advisory Committee StatusNot required
GEAC CommentGEAC has these same concerns for WC-09-09, Office Technology—Business Office Manager Option. GEAC requests an explanation of the reasoning for deleting General Education courses from the program. Why is a GE math class being replaced with a course—2420:170—that is not approved by OBOR as part of the transfer module? This proposal deletes courses that students use to meet requirements for a baccalaureate degree; if the student wants to pursue a B.A or B.S. they might then need to start with Basic Math I, complete Basic Math II, and retake the placement test before being eligible for a degree-applicable math class. Students at the main campus are held to the Student Success Policy that requires them to satisfy their English, math, and oral communications requirements by the time they have completed 48 credit hours, regardless of whether they are pursuing an associate or baccalaureate degree.
GEAC Status UpdatedMarch 26, 2009 by Karen Greene
Resource RequirementsNo additional resources
Resource Requirements UpdatedOctober 14, 2008 by WC asst to dean Rick Yoder


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