Curriculum Proposal System
Proposal List

Explanation of Proposal Statuses

(You can sort the proposal list based on Proposal Number, Dept, Effective Term or Proposal Status.)
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Proposal
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Proposal
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BA-01-066200:670 Prereq Change AccountingCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:change in prerequisites
 
BA-01-076200:658 Prereq Change AccountingCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:change in prerequisites
 
BA-01-08MSA Program Change (AIS Option) AccountingProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/18/2001
Proposal Summary:This proposal adds a new option, Accounting Information
Systems, in the Master of Science in Accounting. This new
option emphasizes risk mitigation, audit, and control of
information systems.
 
BA-01-326200:250 Microcomputer Applications for Business AccountingCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:The change in course content is reflected in the
revised bulletin description.
 
BA-01-336200:320 Accounting Cycles and Financial Statements AccountingCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:This class will introduce students to a system perspective in
accounting using up-to-date business software products. The
course will focus on accounting's role in business information
identification, processing, and analysis. The change from the
content previously incorporated in the class is reflected in
the name change for the course, and will include a greater emphasis
on accounting software capabilities and usage, and less of an
emphasis on the rote mechanics of the accounting cycle.
 
BA-01-346200:301 Cost Accounting AccountingCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:The class will include enterprise resource planning (ERP) as an
important component of the course content, hence the name
change. ERP implications for cost accounting were not previously
addressed in a systematic fashion in this class. Prerequisites
have been changed in order to better match the knowledge required
of incoming students to succeed in this class.
 
BA-01-356200:321 Intermediate Accounting I AccountingCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:Course content has been shifted between 6200:321, Intermediate
Accounting I, and 6200:322, Intermediate Accounting II, in order
to create a more efficient allocation of topics between the
two classes. An accounting admissions test has been eliminated
as a prerequisite.
 
BA-01-366200:322 Intermediate Accounting II AccountingCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:Course content has been shifted between 6200:321, Intermediate
Accounting I, and 6200:322, Intermediate Accounting II, in order to
create a more efficient allocation of topics between the two
classes. An accounting admissions test has been eliminated as a
prerequisite, and 6200:321, Intermediate Accounting I, has been added
as a prerequisite.
 
BA-01-376200:440 Auditing AccountingCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:Prerequisites have been changed in order to better match knowledge
required of incoming students to succeed in this class, and to allow
efficient course scheduling in order to facilitate timely student
graduation.
 
BA-01-386200:454 Information Systems AccountingCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:The course title has been changed from Information Systems to Information
Systems Security in order to reflect the new focus on security issues.
Prerequisites have been changed to better match the knowledge required
of incoming students to succeed in the class.
 
BA-01-39Accounting Information Systems Option AccountingNew program2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:The business environments continue to be subjected to
radical new developments in information technology.
Progressive firms in the accounting profession are
exploiting information technology as the most significant
enabling factor for survival and success in these rapidly
changing business environments. Such progressive firms in
the accounting profession proactively transformed themselves
in order to thrive in these environments by adapting to
this new business reality. Recognizing these changes in
the market places, the George W. Daverio School of
Accountancy decided to proactively transform itself to
adapt to this market reality by offering Accounting
Information Systems Program option as part of its academic
program along with the existing Professional Accounting
Program option.
 
BA-01-43M.Tax Revision AccountingProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no02/11/2001
Proposal Summary:Coverage of material in the MTAX courses - Basic Tax Research
(a required course), and State and Local Taxation (an elective)
is being expanded in order to better address the new issues in
the tax discipline. The MTAX program requires a minimum of 30
credits. Since the number of credits for the required courses is
being increased from 10 to 11, the elective credits are being
reduced from 20 to 19.
 
BA-01-446200:540 Auditing AccountingCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no02/11/2001
Proposal Summary:Prerequisites have been changed in order to better match
knowledge required of incoming students to succeed in this
class, and to allow efficient course scheduling in order to
facilitate timely student graduation.
 
BA-01-45MBA Accounting Concentration Revision AccountingProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no02/11/2001
Proposal Summary:To simplify and streamline the bulletin description of the accounting
concentration in the MBA program.
 
CT-01-55Respiratory Care AllProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
02/02/2002
 no05/23/2001
Proposal Summary:Delete: 2020:222 Technical Report Writing 3
Communications Electives 2
5540:XXX Physical Education 1
 
CT-01-30Radiologic Technology All HealthProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:Remove: 3750:100 Intro. to Psych., 3 credits
Add: 2740:120, Medical Terminology, 3 credits
 
CT-01-54Radiology Technology Program All HealthCourse changes only2001, FallProposal Withdrawn
03/08/2001
 no03/27/2001
Proposal Summary:Delete: 2000:***General Elective
3750:100 General Psycology
Add: 2740:120 Medical Terminology
 
FAA-01-22Addition of 7100:103 to the Bachelor of Fine Arts ArtProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/17/2001
Proposal Summary:Addition of 7100:103 to the Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree
 
FAA-01-237100:103 Addition to the Bachelor of Arts Degree ArtProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/17/2001
Proposal Summary:Addition of 7100:103 to the Bachelor of Arts Degree
 
FAA-01-247100:250 New Course Title: Foundations Review ArtCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/17/2001
Proposal Summary:New course title for 7100:250 from Portfolio Review to Foundations Review.
 
FAA-01-25Addition of elective courses to minor in Art History ArtProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/17/2001
Proposal Summary:Addition of elective courses to minor in Art History. Courses include 7100:305 (3 credits) Art from 1900-1945; 7100:355 (3 credits) Contemporary Art Issues; and 7100:370 (3 credits) History of Photography
 
FAA-01-26New Course Number 7100:145 Three Dimensional Design ArtCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/17/2001
Proposal Summary:New courses number from 7100:121 to 7100:145 Three Dimensional Design
 
FAA-01-277100:103 Addition to BA w/Licensure in K-12 Art Ed ArtProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/27/2001
 no01/17/2001
Proposal Summary:Addition of 7100:103 to the BA with Licensure in K-12 Art Education
 
FAA-01-28Bachelor of Arts in Art Studio Changes ArtProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/17/2001
Proposal Summary:Change in number of elective credits from 23 to 19; change in number of required Art Studio credits from 41 to 42; and change in number of credits required for degree from 131 to 128.

Change in degree requirement from the completion of the second year of a foreign language or American Sign Language to the completion of the second year of a foreign language or American Sign Language or a tag.
 
FAA-01-29Requirement Revision for Computer Imaging Minor ArtProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/17/2001
Proposal Summary:A revision of the requirements for the Computer Imaging Minor
 
FAA-01-307100:285 Digital Imaging Bulletin Description Revision ArtCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/17/2001
Proposal Summary:A bulletin description revision for 7100:285 Computer Imaging.
 
CT-01-14Commercial Art AsscCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:To delete Commerical Art (2240) courses which have been inactive for several years.
 
CT-01-15Delete Courses in Commercial Photograhy Program (Deactivated) AsscCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/18/2001
 no03/15/2001
Proposal Summary:Commercial Photography program has been inactive for several years. Need to delete courses.
 
Ct-01-20Revision-Associate in Arts Degree AsscProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 yes12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:Revision of the Associate in Arts degree and curriculum guide to reflect existing general education requirements.
 
CT-01-63Writing for the World Wide Web (Internet) AsscCourse changes only2002, SpringFinal Approval Granted
04/05/2002
 yes05/23/2001
Proposal Summary:An already existing course, 2020:227, Writing for the World Wide Web will be offered as an Internet course pending approval of the Distance Learning Committee.
 
CT-01-64Writing for Advertising (Internet) AsscCourse changes only2002, SpringFinal Approval Granted
04/05/2002
 yes05/23/2001
Proposal Summary:An existing course, Writing for Advertising, will be offered as an Internet course pending approval of the Distance Learning Committee.
 
CT-01-23Course Description Change-Death & Dying 2040:244 Assc StudiesCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:Revision of Bulletin Description for 2040:244 Death & Dying
 
EN-01-05Biomedical Nanotechnology BECourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/21/2001
 no03/28/2001
Proposal Summary:
 
AS-01-33Field Marine Phycology BiologyProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no02/13/2001
Proposal Summary:Elective course addition in Biology, Field Marine Phycology,3100:444/544
 
AS-01-35Comparative Animal Physiology BiologyCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no02/27/2001
Proposal Summary:Change course name, prerequisites, and course description for General & Comparative Physiology, 3100:464/564.
 
ct-01-30 BiologyCourse changes only2001, FallProposal Withdrawn
10/31/2000
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:
 
test-cps-2001-1first test proposal BiologyCourse changes only2001, FallUnder development
03/12/2001
 yes05/30/2001
Proposal Summary:this is the first test proposal
 
test-xxx-123456test10002 BiologyCourse changes only2001, FallUnder development
02/27/2001
 no05/10/2001
Proposal Summary:test
 
test-xxx-98765test BiologyCourse changes only2001, FallUnder development
03/05/2001
 no05/10/2001
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AS-01-34Medical Seminar & Practicum II BSMDCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:Course deletion: 1880:301 Medical Seminar & Practicum II
 
CT-01-02Hospitality Management Hotel/Motel Management Option BusProgram changes2001, FallProposal Withdrawn
11/09/2000
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:Replace 2420:111 Public Relations with 2420:243 Survey in
Finance.
 
CT-01-25Hospitality Management BusCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/28/2001
 yes05/10/2001
Proposal Summary:Adding modality change for existing classes: Menu Planning, Purchasing, and Cost Control(2280:245)and Introduction to Hospitality (2280:101). Both are proposed for web-based scheduling in addition to campus classroom-based scheduling.
 
CT-01-32Marketing and Sales Technology, Advertising Option BusProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:Deleting all 2520 two hour courses and incorporating them into existing or new three hour courses.
Deleting 2420:170 Applied Mathematics for Business from requirements.
Adding 2030:151 Elements of Math I (2) and 2030:161 Math for Modern Technology (4)
New course additions: 2520:204 Services Marketing (3)and 2520:240 Marketing Internship (3).
Making course changes to 2420:101 Essentials of Marketing and 2520:106 Visual Promotion (3).
 
CT-01-33Marketing and Sales Technology, Fashion Option BusProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:Deleting all 2520 two credit hour courses and incorporating them into existing or new three hour courses.
Deleting 2420:170 Applied Mathematics for Business from requirements.
Adding 2030:161 Math for Modern Technology (4).
Adding new course 2520:204 Services Marketing (3).
Making course changes to 2420:101 Essentials of Marketing and 2520:106 Visual Promotion.

 
CT-01-34Marketing and Sales Technology, Retailing Option BusProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:Deleting all 2520 two hour courses and incorporating them into existing or new three hour courses.
Deleting 2420:170 Applied Mathematics for Business from requirements.
Adding 2030:161 Math for Modern Technology (4).
New course additions: 2520:204 Services Marketing (3) and 2520:254 Sales Management Technology (3).
 
CT-01-35Marketing and Sales Technology, Sales Option BusProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:Deleting all 2520 two hour courses and incorporating them into existing or new three hour courses.
Deleting 2420:170 Applied Mathematics for Business (3) from requirements.
Adding 2030:161 Math for Modern Technology (4).
New course additions: 2520:204 Services Marketing (3), 2520:254 Sales Management Technology (3), and 2520:240 Marketing Internship (3).
 
CT-01-37Marketing and Sales Technology, Advertising Certificate BusProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/18/2001
 no03/15/2001
Proposal Summary:Updating certificate due to changes in associate program.
 
CT-01-41Hospitality Management, Culinary Option BusProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/21/2001
 no03/26/2001
Proposal Summary:Delete 2440:103 Software Fundamentals (2)
Add 2540:143 Microsoft Word Beginning (2)
Change course 2280:120 Safety and Sanitation credit hours from (3) to (2)
Change course 2280:232 Dining Room Service & Training credit hours from (2) to (3)
 
CT-01-42Hospitality Management, Restaurant Management Option BusProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/18/2001
 no03/26/2001
Proposal Summary:Addition of 2420:212 Principles of Sales (3) and 2540:270 Business Software Applications (4).
Deletion of 2520:103 Principles of Advertising (3), 2440:103 Software Fundamentals (2), and 2420:117 Small Business Development (3).
 
CT-01-43Hospitality Management, Hotel/Motel Management Option BusProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/18/2001
 no03/26/2001
Proposal Summary:Addition of 2520:103 Principles of Advertising (3) and 2540:270 Business Software Applications (4).
Deletion of 2440:103 Software Fundamentals (2), 2520:212 Principles of Sales (3), and 2420:111 Public Relations (2).
 
CT-01-44Hospitality Management, Hotel Marketing and Sales Option BusProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/21/2001
 no03/26/2001
Proposal Summary:Addition of 2520:206 Visual Promotion (3), 2540:143 Microsoft Word Beginning (2), 2540:270 Business Software Applications (4), and 2540:271 Desktop Publishing (3)or 2540:273 Computer-based Graphic Presentations (3).
Deletion of 2280:245 Menu, Purchasing, and Cost Control (4), 2280:160 Wine and Beverage Service (3), 2280:240 Systems Management & Personnel (3), and 2440:103 Software Fundamentals (2).
 
CT-01-45Office Administration, International Secretarial BusProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/18/2001
 no04/05/2001
Proposal Summary:Deletion of (3) credit hours from required credit hours.
 
CT-01-46Office Administration, Administrative Assistant BusProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/21/2001
 no04/05/2001
Proposal Summary:Addition of 2540:265 Women in Management (3)
Deletion of 2440:125 Spreadsheet Software (2) and 5540:xxx Physical Education (1)
Change in prerequisite for 2540:243 Internship
 
CT-01-47Office Administration, Medical Front Office BusProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/18/2001
 no04/05/2001
Proposal Summary:Addition of
2540:119 Business English (3)
2540:151 Intermediate Word Processing (3)and
Deletion of
2540:151 Intermediate Word Processing (3) OR 2540:253 Advanced Word Processing (3)
2420:170 Applied Math for Business (3)
2530:241 Health Information Records Management (3)
2540:270 Business Software Applications (4)
2740:242 Medical Transcription II (3)
 
CT-01-48Office Administration, Medical Transcriptionist Certificate BusProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/18/2001
 no04/05/2001
Proposal Summary:Addition of
2540:129 Information/Records Management (3)
2540:151 Intermediate Word Processing (3) and
Deletion of
2540:120 Keyboarding/Skill Development (1)
2740:230 Basic Pharmocology (3)
2540:151 Intermediate Word Processing (3) OR 2540:253 Advanced Word Processing (3)
2530:241 Health Information Records Management (3)
2740:242 Medical Transcription II (3)
 
CT-01-49Office Administration, Medical Secretarial Option BusProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/28/2001
 no05/10/2001
Proposal Summary:Deletion of 2530:241 Health Information and Records Management (3). To be replaced with 2540:129 Information/Records Management (3).
 
CT-01-17Business Managment Technology Bus TechCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/18/2001
 no03/15/2001
Proposal Summary:Change in bulletin description for Applied Accounting.
 
CT-01-22Office Administration, Office Software Specialist Certificate Bus TechProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/18/2001
 no03/15/2001
Proposal Summary:Adding 2540:151 Intermediate Word Processing as a choice to the Office Software Specialist Certificate.
 
CT-01-36Marketing and Sales Technology, Certificate Program Bus TechProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/18/2001
 no03/15/2001
Proposal Summary:Updating certificate due to changes in associate program.
 
CT-01-38Marketing and Sales Technology, Minor Bus TechProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/18/2001
 no03/15/2001
Proposal Summary:Updating minor due to changes in associate program.
 
CT-01-39Real Estate Bus TechCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/28/2001
 no05/10/2001
Proposal Summary:Course changes for Principles of Real Estate and Real Estate Law.
 
CT-01-50Computer Information Systems, Microcomputer Specialist Option Bus TechProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/28/2001
 no05/10/2001
Proposal Summary:Delete 5540:xxx Physical Education.
Increase 2440:268 Network Concepts credit hours from 2 to 3.
 
CT-01-51Computer Information Systems, Computer Maintenance and Networking Option Bus TechProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/28/2001
 no05/10/2001
Proposal Summary:Increase total credit hours of option due to increase in credit hours for course 2440:268 Network Concepts.
 
CT-01-52Computer Information Systems, Computer Maintenance and Networking Minor Bus TechProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/28/2001
 no05/10/2001
Proposal Summary:Increase in total credit hours of minor due to increase in credit hours for course 2440:268 Network Concepts.
 
CT-01-53Computer Information Systems, Microsoft Networking Certificate Bus TechProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/28/2001
 no05/10/2001
Proposal Summary:Increase in total credit hours of certificate due to increase in credit hours for course 2440:268 Network Concepts.
 
CT-01-62Office Administration Bus TechCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
02/02/2002
 no05/23/2001
Proposal Summary:Adding prerequisites to 2540:143 Microsoft Word Beginning
 
AS-01-12Addition to Certificate in Canadian Studies Electives List CanadProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:Add 3870:472 Special Topics: Modern Native Americans, 3870:358 Indians of North America, 3870:356 Archeology of the Americas, 3350:330 Rural and Urban Settlement, and 3350:420 Urban Geography to electives list for the Certificate in Canadian Studies.
 
EN-01-02Surface Science in Chemical Engineering ChemCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/21/2001
 no04/02/2001
Proposal Summary:
 
AS-01-18Chemistry for Everyone ChemistryCourse changes only2001, Summer IFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:Integrated laboratory and instruction in chemistry using a hands-on learning cycle to inquire into the uses of chemistry. Designed for General Education and to meet the licensure requirements for pre-service and in-service middle level science teachers.
 
FAA-01-12Doctor of Audiology ComNew program2003, FallUnder development
10/17/2001
 no04/13/2001
Proposal Summary:This will be a joint Doctor of Audiology (Professional
Doctorate) program shared between The University of Akron
and Kent State University. Half the courses will be offered
on each of the campuses. UA students will register for all
the courses on the UA campus. However, half of the courses
will be offered on the Kent State Campus, taught by
Kent State faculty.
 
FAA-01-14New Pre-requisites to Student Teaching ComCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/28/2001
 no05/08/2001
Proposal Summary:Two prerequisites for 5610:691 (Student Teaching Seminar) are
proposed: 5500:245(Understanding Literacy Development and
Phonics) and 5500:286 (Teaching Multiple Texts through Genre).
The new prerequisites fill the need for course work in literacy
for speech-language pathology and audiology students who wish
to qualify for service in the public schools.
 
FAA-01-13Anatomy and Physiology of Speech and Hearing Com DisCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/17/2001
Proposal Summary:Deletes Anatomy and Physiology of Speech and Hearing in the
Biology Department and replaces with the same course plus a
Laboratory in the School of Speech-Language Pathology and
Audiology
 
ED-01-20Counseling Youth At Risk CounsProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/18/2001
Proposal Summary:Counseling Youth at Risk (5600:620) will be substituted for Issues in Sexuality (5600:620) in the Master's in School Counseling Program.
 
ED-01-21Program Change, School Counseling CounsProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no02/10/2001
Proposal Summary:Internship 5600:685 is changed from a variable 1-7 semester hour course to a 3 semester hour course that is repeated for a total of 6 semester hours. The Course Change information for this course can be found in ED-01-23. The decrease from 7 to 6 semester hours, and the addition of the new course 5600:621, Youth at Risk, or 3 semester hours in place of 5600:620 (2 semester hours) changes the total number of hours for the school counseling program from 49-50 to 50.

This proposal also changes the name of the program from Counseling in Elementary or Secondary Schools to School Counseling.
 
ED-01-23Course Change - Internship 5600:685 CounsCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/12/2001
 no02/10/2001
Proposal Summary:Changes the number of credit hours from a current requirement of 6-7 hours to the new total of 6 hours. This is needed to comply with CACREP standards.
 
ED-01-24Program Change: Marriage & Family Counseling/Therapy CounsProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/18/2001
Proposal Summary:Change the required courses to meet both licensure and accreditation standards.
 
ED-01-25Course Change: Issues in Sexuality for Counselors CounsCourse changes only2001, SpringFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/18/2001
Proposal Summary:Add 1 hour to Sexuality course (from 2 to 3 credit hours). Needs to be 3 to cover all material to be in compliance with accreditation standards.
 
ED-01-26Program Change, Ph.D. in Guidance and Counseling CounsProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/21/2001
 no03/27/2001
Proposal Summary:This proposal changes the admission requirements for the doctoral program to more clearly reflect the minimum knowledge and clinical skills required to begin doctoral elvel coursework.
 
ED-01-01Advanced Counseling Practicum Couns & SECourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no02/10/2001
Proposal Summary:This proposals changes course grading from credit/non-credit
to letter grade. Letter grading will allow faculty to more
accurately reflect students' level of performance on the
transcripts.
 
ED-01-15Addiction Counseling Certificate Program Couns & SEProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/18/2001
Proposal Summary:The didactic portion of the Addiction Counseling Certificate
Program will be reduced from three courses (5600:670, 5600:732,
and 5600:734) to two courses (5600:732 and 5600:734). The
didactic requirements for this certificate will, therefore,
require six credits of graduate-level training (and one
internship) instead of nine credits of graduate-level training.
5600:670 will be dropped from the curriculum and its course
content will be comprehensively integrated into the remaining
two required courses (5600:732 and 5600:734).
 
ED-01-19Introduction to Play Therapy Couns & SECourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/18/2001
Proposal Summary:Introduction to Play Therapy will be offered as an elective course in the Master's in Community Counseling Program, the Master's in Classroom Guidance Program, the Master's in Marriage and Family Therapy Program, and the Ph.D. in Counselor Education Program.
 
ED-01-22Internship 785 Couns & SEProgram changes2001, SpringFinal Approval Granted
11/28/2001
 no07/05/2001
Proposal Summary:This proposals adds the course 5600785, Doctoral Internship the Ph.D. Counseling Education program. The change is needed to distribute load hours appropriately to comply with CACREP and to deisgnate by course number the doctoral level internship.
 
ED-01-27Course Addition: Marriage and Family Counseling-Master's Couns & SEProgram changes2001, FallApproved for University review
06/07/2001
 no07/05/2001
Proposal Summary:This proposal adds 5600:623, Marriage and Family Counseling/Therapy Ethics and Professional Identity to the requirements for the master's program. The Course Addition form for 5600:623 can be found in ED-01-24. It also deletes 7400:651, Fmaily and Consumer Law from the requirements for this degree.
 
AS-01-10ANTHROPOLOGY PROGRAM/COURSES - DEPARTMENT COURSE NUMBER CHANGE CSAACourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/16/2001
 no04/03/2001
Proposal Summary:The Department of Classics and the programs in Anthropology and Archaeology were combined to form a new Department of Classical Studies, Anthropology, and Archaeology. The Board of Trustees approved this change on August 23, 2000. This proposal will in effect change ALL existing courses in Anthropology (3870) to a newly designated department course number of 3230. This new course number (3230) will follow the sequencing pattern presently established for the programs in Classical Studies. This will affect only existing courses. There will be THREE EXCEPTIONS on the course numbering changes. The following courses 3870:250 Introduction to Archaeology, 3870:356 Archaeology of the Americas, and 3870:472/572 Special Topics in Anthropology will be changed to a new department course number of 3240 for ARCHAEOLOGY courses. (PLEASE REFER TO PROPOSAL AS-01-64 FOR THESE CHANGES).
 
AS-01-59A Course change for cultures of the World CSAACourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:Interdisciplinary Anthropology Program proposes to change
the level of academic instruction for Cultures of the World
and move it from a 200 level to a 300 level course.
 
AS-01-60Program change for Interdisciplinary Anthropology Program CSAAProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:The Interdisciplinary Anthropology program wishes to change
the following Geology Courses within the IAP Program of
Study. These changes are recommended by the Geology Department and
reflect courses that will be offered in the future. In addition,
these courses will allow the IAP students a better comprehensive background
in Geology which contributes to a more substantial Archaeology component
within the program.
 
AS-01-64Archaeology Program/Courses - Department Course Number Change CSAACourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/16/2001
 no03/27/2001
Proposal Summary:The Department of Classics and the programs in Anthropology and Archaeology were
combined to form a new Department of Classical Studies, Anthropology, and
Archaeology. The Board of Trustees approved this change on August 23, 2000. The
purpose of this proposal is to create a new department course number (3240) for
existing courses in Archaeology (some of which are now in 3200 and 3870). This new
course number (3240) will follow the sequencing pattern presently established for the
programs in Classical Studies. This will affect the following existing courses: COURSE
NUMBER CHANGES: FROM: 3870:250 Introduction to Archaeology TO: 3240:250
Introduction to Archaeology; FROM: 3870:356 Archaeology of the Americas TO:
3240:356 Archaeology of the Americas; FROM: 3200:313 Archaeology of Greece TO:
3240:313 Archaeology of Greece; FROM: 3200:314 Archaeology of Rome TO:
3240:314 Archaeology of Rome; ADD A SPECIAL TOPICS NUMBER FOR
ARCHAEOLOGY: 3240:472/572 Special Topics in Archaeology. Please refer to
Proposal AS-01-10 for the corresponding course number changes related to this
reorganization.
 
ED-01-14Course Changes Technical Education CurricCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/18/2001
Proposal Summary:Change Technical Education to Postsecondary Technical Education; change several course titles; create new course, Postsecondary Instructional Technology (3). Course changes will impact MS in Technical Education and Certificate in Technical & Skills Training.
 
ED-01-385500:485 Name Change CurricCourse changes only2001, Summer IFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/17/2001
Proposal Summary:This proposal changes the name of an existing course to reflect current discipline terminology.
 
ED-01-11Undergraduate Certificate in Postsecondary Teaching Curric & ISNew program2001, Summer IFinal Approval Granted
05/21/2001
 no01/17/2001
Proposal Summary:Develop and offer a Certificate in Postsecondary Teaching.
This certificate targets those teaching or wishing to teach
in postsecondary universities to improve their undergraduate
teaching practice.
 
ED-01-12Certificate in Postsecondary Teaching Curric & ISNew program2001, Summer IFinal Approval Granted
05/21/2001
 no01/18/2001
Proposal Summary:Create a graduate certificate in postsecondary teaching made up of 19 credits of existing courses.
 
ED-01-13Course Changes in Technical Education Curric & ISCourse changes only2001, Summer IFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/17/2001
Proposal Summary:Changes in course titles - undergraduate
5400: Change from Technical Education to Postsecondary Technical Education
 
ED-01-16Course Changes Technical Education Curric & ISCourse changes only2001, Summer IFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/18/2001
Proposal Summary:Changes in course titles - graduate.
5400: Change from Technical Education to Postsecondary Technical Education
 
ED-01-18Movement of Core Courses into C&I Studies Curric & ISCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/17/2001
Proposal Summary:Moves four courses currently housed in the Dean's Office to the academic department.
 
ED-01-37Reading Option: Master's Elementary Education Curric & ISProgram changes2001, Summer IFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/18/2001
Proposal Summary:Add a Reading option back into the Master's in Elementary Education.
 
ED-01-395500:541 Name Change Curric & ISCourse changes only2001, Summer IFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/18/2001
Proposal Summary:This proposal changes the name of an existing course to reflect current discipline terminology.
 
ED-01-40Undergraduate Prerequisite Changes Curric & ISCourse changes only2001, Summer IFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/17/2001
Proposal Summary:This proposal changes the prerequisites of several undergradaute courses to include admission to the College of Education's Teacher Education Program.
 
FAA-01-16Dance: BA, BFA DanceProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/17/2001
Proposal Summary:Change in elective credits for the degrees Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dance.
 
FAA-01-17Physical Analysis for Dance I DanceCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/17/2001
Proposal Summary:Change in Prerequisites
 
FAA-01-18Musical Theatre Degree BFA in Dance DanceProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/17/2001
Proposal Summary:Addition of required courses and deletion of required courses and changes in elective credits
 
FAA-01-19Theatre Arts Minor DanceProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/17/2001
Proposal Summary:Additon of 300 and 400 level courses to Theatre Arts Minor
 
FAA-01-20Bachelor of Arts in Theatre Arts: Musical Theatre DanceProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/17/2001
Proposal Summary:Addition of two required courses and deletion of one semester course
 
AS-01-58International Development Certificate DeansNew program2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/18/2001
 no01/18/2001
Proposal Summary:A certificate to broaden the understanding and strengthen
the skills needed by UA students in business and other
fields who plan careers working in less developed parts of
the world.The certificate puts "development" into a multi-
disciplinary & cultural setting, while allowing disciplinary
and area focus.
 
AS-01-09Job Search Strategies Deans OffCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:New course for Job Search Strategies for Liberal Arts and Science Majors.
3000:200:xxx
 
UC-02-011020:040 Basic Writing I Dev ProgCourse changes only2002, FallCollege status: approved
02/20/2002
 no05/23/2001
Proposal Summary:The course has not been offered for three years.
 
ED-01-04M.A. Educational Foundations Bulletin Change EdProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/18/2001
Proposal Summary:To clarify nature and coursework for each of the four options
in Educational Foundations Master's Program (Instructional
Technology, Educational Psychology, Social/Philosphical
Foundations, and Research Methodology and Evaluation). This
bulletin description will give students concise summaries on
each program option.
 
ED-01-03Hypermedia Ed Foun & LProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/18/2001
Proposal Summary:This proposal would create a course that introduces students to a variety of Hypermedia tools (both web-based and CD-ROM). Students will also be introduced to a variety of authoring paradigms.
 
ED-01-05Certificate in New Media Technologies Ed Foun & LNew program2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/18/2001
Proposal Summary:This proposal will create a new certificate in New Media
Technologies. Students will be required to take 18 hours
from a list of available electives.
 
ED-01-06Web-based Learning Systems Ed Foun & LProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/18/2001
Proposal Summary:Creation of a course that would introduce students to web-based learning environments such as WebCT. The course was previously taught as a topical seminar and this program change involves attaching a course number to the course title.
 
ED-01-07Visual Literacy Ed Foun & LProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/18/2001
Proposal Summary:Creation of a new course in Visual Literacy with its own course number.
 
ED-01-08Emerging Technologies for Instruction Ed Foun & LProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/18/2001
Proposal Summary:Creation of a new course in Emerging Technologies with its own course number.
 
ED-01-09Instructional Design Ed Foun & LProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/18/2001
Proposal Summary:Creation of an Instructional Design course with its own course number. The course was previously taught as a topical seminar.
 
ED-01-10Philosophies of Educational Technology Ed Foun & LProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/18/2001
Proposal Summary:This is a course that was previously taught as a topical seminar. Introduce students to the many philosophies of educational technologies and the manner in which information technology especially influences our pedagogy.
 
ED-01-17Movement of Core Courses into EF&L Ed Foun & LCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/17/2001
Proposal Summary:Moves three courses currently housed in the Dean's Office to
the academic department and changes one current Educational
Foundations and Leadership course number to facilitate
assignment of that number to one of the incoming courses.
 
EN0103B.S. Electrical Engineering EECourse changes only2001, FallApproved by Provost
04/05/2001
 yes03/19/2001
Proposal Summary:Adds an undergraduate elective course for electrical
and computer engineering programs
 
EN0104B.S. Computer Engineering Natural Science Requirement EEProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/21/2001
 no03/19/2001
Proposal Summary:Natural Science requirements are changed to require 3150:
151, 152 Principles of Chemistry I, Lab in place of any
General Education science. Credit hours for a senior design
project are reduced accordingly.
 
CT-01-01Electronic Engineering Technology Eng&SciCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:Course changes to support the Computer Maintenance and Network Technology Option of the Computer Information Systems (2440) program. Change the prerequisites/corequisites on 2860:110; add prerequisite path for CMNT students for 2860:136; add three new courses for the CMNT program - 2860:206, 2860:217,and 2860:280.
 
CT-01-06General Technology Eng&SciCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:Updating of the course, Introduction to Engineering Technology to better reflect what is currently being taught
 
CT-01-07Surveying & Construction Engineering Technology AAS Eng&SciProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:Change all construction course numbers from 2980 to 2990 in both options (Surveying and Construction). Drop 2940:121, Technical Drawing I and replace with 2940:170, Surveying Drafting, for the Surveying option.
 
CT-01-10Certificate program in Geographic and Land Information Systems Eng&SciNew program2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/18/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:A series of technical courses in geographic and land information systems that will allow undergraduates and graduates to specialize and become certified in GIS positions in government and private industry land planning and control agencies.
 
CT-01-12Certificate Program in Residential Building Technology Eng&SciNew program2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/18/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:A certificate program in Residential Building Technology aimed at providing knowledge and skills specific to the light residential building trades. Requested by the Home Builders' Association of NE Ohio.
 
CT-01-13-AAS Drafting & Computer Drafting Technology Eng&SciProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:Remove the Corequisite requirement from 2940:121, 2940:150, and 2940:210
Replace 2920:247 (required crs.) with 2870:348 (required existing crs.)
 
CT-01-08BS Surveying & Mapping Technology Eng&Sci TechProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:Add natural science required elective.
Change technical elective options.
Drop courses no longer needed and replace with new, existing courses.
Add two new surveying elective courses.
 
CT-01-09BS Construction Engineering Technology Eng&Sci TechProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:Add two new technical elective courses.
Delete three old technical elective courses no longer required.
Delete two required construction courses & replace with two existing technical electives.
Increase technical electives from 5 hrs. to 6 hrs.
 
CT-01-11Certificate Program in Construction Management Eng&Sci TechNew program2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/18/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:This certificate program is being developed to provide students with skills and knowledge necessary to manage a construction project.
 
AS-01-383300:354 FICTION OF THE SOUTH EnglishCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:Re-add course previously deleted. This course fulfills an elective for the major.
 
AS-01-393300:361 THE NEW TESTAMENT AND APOCRYPHA AS LITERATURE EnglishCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:RE-ADD COURSE PREVIOUSLY DELETED. THIS COURSE FULFILLS AN ELECTIVE IN THE MAJOR.
 
AS-01-403300:399 THE GOTHIC IMAGINATION EnglishCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:RE-ADD COURSE PREVIOUSLY DELETED. THIS COURSE FULFILLS AN ELECTIVE IN THE MAJOR.
 
AS-01-413300:407/507 MIDDLE ENGLISH LITERATURE EnglishCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/18/2001
Proposal Summary:Re-add course previously deleted. This course fulfills an elective for the major.
 
AS-01-423300:424/524 EARLY ENGLISH FICTION EnglishCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/18/2001
Proposal Summary:Re-add course previously deleted. This course fulfills an elective of the major.
 
AS-01-433300:453/553 AMERICAN WOMEN POETS EnglishCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/18/2001
Proposal Summary:Re-add course previously deleted. This course fulfills an elective for the major.
 
AS-01-443300:567 MODERN EUROPEAN FICTION EnglishCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/25/2001
Proposal Summary:Re-add course previously deleted. This course fulfills an elective for the M.A. in Literature.
 
AS-01-453300:569 EROS AND LOVE IN EARLY WESTERN LITERATURE EnglishCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/18/2001
Proposal Summary:Re-add course previously deleted. This course fulfills an elective for the M.A. in Literature.
 
AS-01-46DROP SECOND LANGUAGE REQUIREMENT IN THE ENGLISH MA PROGRAM EnglishProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/18/2001
Proposal Summary:Drop the second language requirement for graduate students in the English MA program.
 
AS-01-50ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENT FOR THE M.A. IN LITERATURE EnglishProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/18/2001
Proposal Summary:Additional requirement for the M.A. in Literature.
 
EN-01-06Women in Engineering Seminar and Peer Groups EngUGCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/21/2001
 no03/26/2001
Proposal Summary:The proposed course is a pilot venture for a Special Topics Class targeting incoming female freshman engineering students. The course consists of three components; presentations by guest speakers, class discussions, and weekly peer group meetings facilitated by female engineering students in their final year of school. Other activities for building professional awareness include: one to two plant trips to local manufacturing or engineering companies, luncheons with corporate speakers, and participation in the Engineering Career Fair and Executive Forums.
 
BA-01-176400:390 Career Planning Prerequisite Change FinanceCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:Add as a prerequisite the completion of thirty-two credit hours
 
AS-01-54Land Use Planning Methods GeographyCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no02/13/2001
Proposal Summary:Proposal to convert an existing 600-level course (3350:638) into a 400/500 level course (3350:438/538). This change will provide coursework needed for the new concentration in planning for the Geography majors.
 
AS-01-55B.A. Geography - Planning Track GeographyProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no02/13/2001
Proposal Summary:Proposal to create a new concentration in planning for B.A. in Geography students. This new option will allow such students to focus their coursework in the area of planning while still obtaining knowledge and experience in physical and human geography as well as mapping methods.
 
AS-01-56Proposal for course change GeographyCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no02/13/2001
Proposal Summary:Proposal to convert an existing 600-level course (3350:637) into a 400/500 level course (3350:437/537). This change is needed to provide coursework for the new concentration in planning for Geography majors.
 
AS-01-57Changes for B.S. in Geography/Cartography GeographyProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:Deletion and addition of specific courses in both core requirements list and electives list to refine the B.S. program for Geography majors.
 
AS-01-62BA Geography - Geography Track GeographyProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:Proposal to change requirements for the BA in geography allowing for a greater emphasis on cartography, more electives in physical geography, and other minor changes.
 
AS-01-27Environmental Magnetism GeologyCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/18/2001
Proposal Summary:Course addition of 3370:444/544, Environmental Magnetism. This course examines the theory, methods and application of environmental magnetism. It emphasizes both the paleomagnetic and rock-magnetic components of environmental magnetism in terms of dating, correlating and interpreting sedimentary deposits.
 
FAA01-51Parent and Family Education Certificate HEFENew program2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/21/2001
 no01/17/2001
Proposal Summary:We currently offer a similar certificate at the graduate level and have had many
requests to add this certificate at the undergraduate level. This offers students more options
with their course work.
 
FAA01-52Bachelor of Science in Dietetics - Coordinated Program Option HEFEProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/17/2001
Proposal Summary:Addition of existing courses - 7400:403/503 Advanced Food Preparation.
Addition of new course 7400:320 Career Decisions in Nutrition.
 
FAA01-54Program Change - Bachelor of Arts in Food Science HEFEProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/17/2001
Proposal Summary:To change the name of the Bachelor of Arts in Food Science to
a Bachelor of Arts in Food and Consumer Sciences
 
FAA01-55Program Change - Didactic Program in Dietetics HEFEProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/17/2001
Proposal Summary:Change in required courses and elective hours.
 
AS-01-04Islamic 'Fundamentalism' and Revolution HistoryCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:This course examines the socio-political roots of Islamic resurgence in the Middle East and North Africa which led to the formulation of different versions of Islamic tradition and beliefs by the leaders of contemporary Islamic movements.
 
AS-01-05The Crusades through Arab Eyes HistoryCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:This course analyzes the political struggles, military expeditions, diplomatic practices, and the intellectual tradtions of the Medieval Islamic/Arab world and the invading Western crusaders.
 
AS-01-06United States Military History HistoryCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:This course surveys the military history of the United States from colonial times to the present. It emphasizes the unique military ethos that has developed in America and continues to influence the relationship between soldiers and civilians, the role of the military in American society and national defense.
 
AS-01-48Graduate Reading Seminar-Comparative Studies in World Civ. HistoryCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no02/13/2001
Proposal Summary:Comparative historiography on world civilizations: East, South Asia, Middle East, Africa and the Americas. Emphasis on key themes: kingship, empire colonialism, nationalism.
 
AS-01-49Graduate Writing Seminar: Comparative Studies in World Civ. HistoryCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no02/13/2001
Proposal Summary:Research and writing on selected topics on world civilizations: East, South Asia, Middle East, Africa and the Americas.
 
AS-01-21Graduate Certificate in Gerontology ILSD&GProgram changes2001, FallSubmitted to Ohio Board of Regents
05/21/2001
 no03/27/2001
Proposal Summary:The Institute wishes to offer a more extensive set of courses to provide background in conformity with new nationally recommended standards. Certificate credit hours will increase from 18 to 22 credits, with required courses changing from 9 hours to 16 hours.
 
AS-01-61Undergraduate Certificate in Gerontology ILSD&GProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:The Institute wishes to change elective courses replacing courses that are no longer offered with current university courses.
 
LIB-01-01Information Tools for Academic Success LibraryCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/21/2001
 no03/28/2001
Proposal Summary:The course will enable students to identify, collect, evaluate, and apply information to assignments
and problems they encounter throughout their academic careers and beyond.
 
BA-01-016500:663 Description Change ManagementCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/18/2001
Proposal Summary:Course descriptions change for 6500:663.
 
BA-01-02MSM - HR Concentration Change ManagementProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/18/2001
Proposal Summary:A change in the courses required for the MSM-HR program.
 
BA-01-03MSM Deletion of Deactivated Program Tracks ManagementProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/18/2001
Proposal Summary:Deletion of the Health Services Administration concentration, Materials Management concentration, and the Quality Management Concentration in the MSM program.
 
BA-01-04MBA MOT Concentration Change ManagementProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/18/2001
Proposal Summary:Addition of optional course in Management of Technology Concentration in MBA Program.
 
BA-01-05MOT Certificate Change ManagementProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/18/2001
Proposal Summary:Addition of optional course in Management of Technology certificate program.
 
BA-01-096500:622 Prereq Change ManagementCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no02/11/2001
Proposal Summary:Change in prerequisite for 6500:622.
 
BA-01-10E-Business Certificate Change ManagementProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/18/2001
Proposal Summary:Reduction in number of required credits for
E-Business certificate.
 
BA-01-16MBA Quality Management Concentration ManagementProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no02/11/2001
Proposal Summary:Deletion of suspended program
 
BA-01-23E-Business Technologies - New Program ManagementNew program2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/21/2001
 no02/11/2001
Proposal Summary:New undergraduate program in E-Business with management
of information technologies emphasis.
 
BA-01-246500:221 QBA I course change ManagementCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no02/11/2001
Proposal Summary:Minor change in bulletin description to conform to current
course requirements.
 
BA-01-256500:222 QBA II course change ManagementCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:Minor change in bulletin description.
 
BA-01-266500:443 Adv. H.R. Mgmt - course change ManagementCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:New course title and changes to bulletin description to
reflect new emphasis.
 
BA-01-276500:324 Data Mgmt for I.S. ManagementCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no02/11/2001
Proposal Summary:Addition of one new prerequisite - based on changes to
undergraduate MIS and proposed E-Business programs.
 
BA-01-286500:425 Decision Support and Expert Systems ManagementCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:New course title and changes to bulletin description to
reflect new emphasis.
 
BA-01-296500:426 E-Business Technologies and Infrastructure ManagementCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no02/11/2001
Proposal Summary:Change in course title and prerequisites.
 
BA-01-306500:471 Management Project ManagementCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:Update of course prerequisites because of proposed program
changes and additions.
 
BA-01-316500:325 Analysis and Design of Info. Systems ManagementCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:New course title and changes to bulletin description to
reflect new emphasis. Prerequisite changes necessitated by
modifications in the structure of the MIS program option.
 
BA-01-42JD/MSM - HR Program ManagementNew program2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/18/2001
 no02/11/2001
Proposal Summary:Will allow for up to 9 credits to be transferred from School
of Law for students completing joint degree program.
 
BA-01-116800:630 Prerequisite Change MarketingCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/18/2001
Proposal Summary:Change the prerequisite for 6800:630 from 6600:620 and
6800:605 or permission of instructor to

None
 
BA-01-126800:685 Prerequisite Change MarketingCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/18/2001
Proposal Summary:Change prerequisites from 6800:605 International Business
Environments to

None
 
BA-01-136800:690 Prerequisite Change MarketingCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:Change prerequities from 6800:605 International Business
Environments and a total of 15 Phase II graduate credits or
permission of instructor to

None
 
BA-01-146600:635 Prerequisite Change MarketingCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:Change prerequisites from 6500:620 and 6500:622 to
6600:600
 
BA-01-156600:670 Prerequisite Change MarketingCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:Change prerequisites from 6200:601 Financial Accounting,
6400:602 Managerial Finance, 6500:600 Management and
Organizational Behavior and 6600:600 Marketing Concepts to

6600:600 Marketing Concepts
 
BA-01-18E-Marketing New Program MarketingNew program2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/18/2001
 no02/11/2001
Proposal Summary:To offer a minor in the emerging area of E-Marketing.
 
BA-01-19Sales Management Major - Program Change MarketingProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/28/2001
 no02/11/2001
Proposal Summary:Adding 6600:345 E-Marketing Practices to the list of
elective courses, changing the number of 6600:375 Professional
Selling to 6600:275, and removing unnecessary
prerequisites for 6600:275 and 6600:475.
 
BA-01-20Marketing Management Major - Program Change MarketingProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no02/11/2001
Proposal Summary:To add 6600:345 E-Marketing Practices to the list of
electives, to require 6600:490 Marketing Strategy, and to
delete four courses which do not have relevance to the
major any longer.
 
BA-01-21International Business Major - Program Change MarketingProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no02/11/2001
Proposal Summary:Program change to add 6800:499-001-3 (Independent Study:
International Business) as a new course under International
Capstone Topical Investigations.
 
BA-01-40MBA IB Concentration Change MarketingProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no02/11/2001
Proposal Summary:To remove electives from the concentration which are no
longer offered at the university and to correct the required
number of credits which are misprinted in the 2000-2001
graduate bulletin.
 
BA-01-41Advertising Program Change MarketingProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:To update the program given the nature of the industry
which will help our students in the marketplace.
 
BA-01-46IB/Chemical Engineering Joint Degree MarketingNew program2001, FallProposal Withdrawn
09/25/2001
 no02/13/2001
Proposal Summary:As an alternative to obtaining two completely separate degrees
in international business and engineering with some
duplication, this program permits students to obtain both
degrees with a minimum of duplication. Students also have
the option of obtaining a polymer engineering
specialization certificate.
 
BA-01-47IB/Mechanical Engineering Joint Degree MarketingNew program2001, FallProposal Withdrawn
09/25/2001
 no02/13/2001
Proposal Summary:
 
BA-01-48CBA General Education Requirements Change MarketingProgram changes2001, FallProposal Withdrawn
12/13/2000
 no02/13/2001
Proposal Summary:Remove calculus as a general education requirement for CBA
students and replace it with a required elective of student's
choice from list of acceptable electives.
 
AS-01-20Program Change - Master of Science- Applied Mathematics MathProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/18/2001
Proposal Summary:The current Master of Science program in Applied Mathematics
has two options. Option I is for students interested in
engineering and science applications. Option II is for
students interested in operations research. We propose to
drop Option II from the program due to lack of student
interest and since Option II does not fit with current
faculty expertise.
 
AS-01-23Course Description Change - Mathematics for Elementary School Teachers MathCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:Change in number of credits and course description
 
AS-01-24Mathematics Course Additions MathCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:Create a new course to be required of all Elementary
Teachers :
Mathematics for Kindergarten through 9th grade Teachers.
 
AS-01-25Mathematics Course Changes MathCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:Allow bypassed credit for 3450:141 Algebra with Business
Applications for students passing 3450:210 Calculus with
Business Applications with a grade of "C" or better
 
AS-01-26Program Change in Mathematics and Computer Science - Prerequisites MathProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/18/2001
Proposal Summary:To require a grade of "C-" or better in any course in
Mathematics (3450) or Computer Science (3460) which is a
prerequisite to another course in Mathematics or Computer
Science.
 
AS-01-28Mathematics Course Additions MathCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/18/2001
Proposal Summary:Create a new elective course for the upper-level
undergraduate and Master's students : Mathematical
Technology and Communication
 
AS-01-29Mathematics Program Change - Master of Science in Mathematics MathProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/18/2001
Proposal Summary:Changes in the requirements for the Master of Science
program in Mathematics
 
AS-01-30Computer Science Course Change MathCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/18/2001
Proposal Summary:Change prerequisites for the course 3460:465/565, Computer Organization
 
AS-01-31Program change for BS in Computer Science MathProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:Change admission requirements for Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
 
AS-01-32Program change for MS in Computer Science MathProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/16/2001
 no03/27/2001
Proposal Summary:Change degree requirements for Master of Science in Computer Science
 
xx-test-01test just a test MathCourse changes only2001, FallUnder development
04/04/2001
 yes00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:fdsafsad

This is a test of the CPS system this is only a system test
Note: This is only a test of CPS
 
xxxx-test-1234Test course testing the system MathNew program2005, Summer IICollege status: approved
10/12/2001
 yes05/10/2001
Proposal Summary:This is a test of the system this is only a test
big big test
 
EN-01-01Motion and Control Specialization Certificate MENew program2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/21/2001
 no05/03/2001
Proposal Summary:All manufacturing processes involve motion and control
which may range from simple use of pneumatic cylinders
in robotics to coordinated motion and sequence control
in assembly lines. Mechanical engineers work in the
design, production, and marketing of a full spectrum of
motion and control components and systems to provide force,
motion and control for industrial machinery and equipment.
The leading companies, such as Parker Hannifin, Allen Bradley,
and Bailey Controls are within fifty miles from The
University of Akron and scattered around them there are
several medium-capital companies serving the local
industry on motion and control applications. The
technology in motion and control grows and changes at a
pace that makes systems of less than five years almost
obsolete. The primary purpose of the motion and control
certificate program is to provide the graduating engineers
with a focused expertise in motion and control and to
furnish the necessary tools in order to enable them to
follow the changes in technology after graduation. In
addition, the program will also serve the practicing
engineers and life-long learners to come back to school
and refresh their skills using the certificate program
proposed here. Mechanical engineering students who may
choose this certificate program with special emphasis in
motion and control will take all mechanical engineering
electives in motion and control related courses.
 
EN-01-08Fluid Mechanics MECourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/21/2001
 no03/26/2001
Proposal Summary:Prerequisite Changes

Co-Requisite 3450:335 is changed to Pre-Requisite.
 
EN-01-094600:380 Mechanical Metallurgy MECourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/28/2001
 no05/14/2001
Proposal Summary:Change prerequisite to corequisite
 
EN-01-10Concepts of Design MECourse changes only2001, FallUnder development
02/21/2001
 no05/10/2001
Proposal Summary:Change in prerequisites
 
AS-01-36The Don Juan Myth in Spanish Culture ModCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/18/2001
Proposal Summary:Through the reading of the most representative theater plays and the analysis of operas and movies, which elaborate on the Don Juan myth, students will analyze the main characteristics that are present in the original myth (already established in the 14th century in the "romancero") and the later transformations it undergoes during the following centuries. The course will serve also as an introduction to the fundamentals of literary criticism and analysis of different genres of literature: narrative, drama and essay.
As the lectures and class discussions will be exclusively in Spanish the student will be given the opportunity to improve the four language skills.



 
AS-01-37Cultural Politics in the River Plate ModCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/18/2001
Proposal Summary:This course will examine the military dictatorships of the seventies and eighties in Argentina and Uruguay. During the semester, we will look at the different ways in which these repressive governments affected cultural production and expression. During the semester we will have access to a variety of cultural artifacts (political speeches, essays, movies, documentaries, interviews, short stories, theater, novels and rock music) from this particular time period that will allow us to explore the "cultural politics" and the "politics of culture" of the River Plate. Class time will consist of lectures, discussions and student presentations. Outside work will involve readings from a course pack that will supplement the works of authors Mario Benedetti, Alicia Partnoy, Marta Traba and Luisa Valenzuela. In addition, students will be expected to write position papers for every reading assignment.
 
FAA-01-31Vocal Pedagogy Class MusicProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/17/2001
Proposal Summary:NASM has recommended making a Vocal Pedagogy class available
to undergraduate students enrolled in the BM Performance -
Vocal emphasis program. A Graduate class in vocal pedagogy
already exists. This class will be opened to upper level
undergraduate students.
 
FAA-01-32Group Vocal Techniques for Choral Music Education MusicProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/30/2002
 no10/15/2001
Proposal Summary:Creation of a new course
 
FAA-01-33Junior High/Middle School Choral Methods MusicProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/17/2001
Proposal Summary:Course Title and credit change
 
FAA-01-34Certificate in Piano Pedagogy MusicNew program2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/21/2001
 no01/17/2001
Proposal Summary:A certificate in piano pedagogy requiring 24 credits; program can be completed by student in Bachelor of Music degree or can be completed independent of a degree program.
 
FAA-01-35Technologies of Music Education MusicProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/17/2001
Proposal Summary:The proposal contains a new course offering, Technologies
of Music Education, (2 credits) for the music education
program. The course would replace the College of
Education's technology requirement for all music education
majors. The course would prepare music education majors for the technology
portion of the Praxis Assessment leading to licensure.
 
FAA-01-36Introduction to Music Education MusicCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
11/28/2001
 no10/15/2001
Proposal Summary:Prerequisite change
 
FAA-01-37Elementary Instrumental Music MusicCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/17/2001
Proposal Summary:Course Number Change, Course Title Change, Courses
Description Change, and Prerequisite Change
 
FAA-01-38Secondary Instrumental Music MusicCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:Course Number Change, Course Title Change, Course
Description Change, and Prerequisite Change
 
FAA-01-39Trumpet and French Horn Methods MusicCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/17/2001
Proposal Summary:Prerequisite Change
 
FAA-01-40Clarinet/Saxophone Methods MusicCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/17/2001
Proposal Summary:Prerequisit Change
 
FAA-01-41Teaching General Music MusicCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/17/2001
Proposal Summary:Prerequisite Change
 
FAA-01-42Low Brass Methods MusicCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/17/2001
Proposal Summary:Prerequisite change
 
FAA-01-43Flute and Double Reed Methods MusicCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/17/2001
Proposal Summary:Prerequisite Change
 
FAA-01-44Percussion Methods MusicCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/17/2001
Proposal Summary:Prerequisite Change
 
FAA-01-46Conducting MusicCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/17/2001
Proposal Summary:Prerequisite Change
 
FAA-01-48Advanced Conducting:Instrumental MusicCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/17/2001
Proposal Summary:Prerequisite Change
 
FAA-01-49Student Teaching MusicProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/17/2001
Proposal Summary:Change in number of required credits for student teaching
 
FAA-01-50Master of Music Education MusicProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/28/2001
 no05/08/2001
Proposal Summary:7520:5__/6__ Applied Music - increase from 6 to 8 credits
7500:675 Seminar in Music Education - increase from 6 to 9 credit hours
7500:697 Advanced Problems in Music - decreased from 8 to 4 credit hours
 
NU-01-01Direct Admission Change Proposal NursingProgram changes2001, SpringFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no10/25/2000
Proposal Summary:The purpose of the revision to the Direct Admission criteria for the College of Nursing is to expand the opportunity for increased numbers and categories of students to enter the College of Nursing directly through the Office of Undergraduate Admissions. Student groups included in this proposal include new high school graduates, new students with no prior college work who completed high school at least two years ago, transfers, post-baccalaureate, and all LPNs and RNs returning to school. Increased support services would be provided by the College for this student population including academic advising. This change would enhance the College's recruitment, retention and enrollment management initiatives. Direct admission criteria for each of the student groups are contained in the proposal. Direct admit students in the College of Nursing will be
classified as "prenursing". Students not meeting direct admit criteria will be admitted to University College and will be classified as "intended nursing majors". "Intended nursing majors" would have the opportunity for direct admit from University College once certain criteria are achieved. Direct admission criteria from University College are contained in the proposal. Eligible "intended nursing majors" in University College and "prenursing" students in the College of Nursing will be considered for admission to the nursing major at the end of each Spring semester according to current admission procedures. This proposal does not change current admission criteria or procedures for the nursing major. Persons from University Admissions and University College Advisement Center have participated in the proposal development and support the changes.
 
NU-01-02Advanced Role Preparation in Nursing Education Certificate Program NursingProgram changes2001, Summer IFinal Approval Granted
05/21/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:Create a certificate in nursing education to allow for advanced role specialization in nursing education for post-baccalaureate, MSN, and Ph.D students. The current 12 credits for the MSN education track would be maintained along with the 3 current courses in the education track. The course 8200:684 Nursing Education Practicum will be changed from 6 credits to 3 credits. A new course 8200:681 Instructional Methods 3 credits would be added.
 
NU-01-03Addition of Special Topics and Independent Study Courses to MPH Program NursingProgram changes2001, SpringFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no11/21/2000
Proposal Summary:Add 9 additional course numbers for special topics courses in the MPH program to accommodate cross-registration of elective courses taken at Cleveland State University, Kent State University, and Youngstown State University. Currently, there is one course number for MPH Special Topics ie., 8300:686. The additional course numbers are needed by the University Office of Institutional Research for coding student enrollment and cross-registered courses and reporting said courses to the Ohio Board of Regents. The independent study course is being added by all the consortium campuses to allow students and faculty to work on selected independent projects.
 
NU-01-04Addition of two practicum courses to the existing School Nurse Licensure Program NursingCourse changes only2001, Summer IFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:Under new criteria of the Ohio Department of Education, School Nurse Licensure Programs must include practicum experience. The College of Education and the College of Nursing are in partnership to offer the School Nurse Licensure Program approved by the University last academic year. The College of Nursing will offer the required practicum experiences for all students enrolled in the School Nurse Licensure Program. Two five credit practicum courses are being added to the School Nurse Licensure Program.
 
NU-01-05Change Current MPH Special Topics Course 8300:686 NursingCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no02/13/2001
Proposal Summary:Bring the current MPH Special Topics course 8300:686 in line with the special topics proposal changes contained in NU-01-03. The current MPH special topics course needs a title change and course description to match the special topics courses contained in NU-01-03.
 
NU-01-06Joint PhD in Nursing Program NursingProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no02/13/2001
Proposal Summary:The purpose of the proposal is to add two new required courses in statistics to replace the existing degree requirements in statistics. It is also proposed that four new courses (8200:892, 8200:895, 8200:896, and 8200:898) be added as elective doctoral-level courses. 8200:892, 8200:896, and 8200:898 provide a mechanism for students to pursue independent theoretical, research, and clinical study under faculty guidance. Special Topics 8200:895 provides a mechanism for doctoral faculty to offer a course in response to students' academic, clinical, and research interests. Lastly, Dissertation II (8200:800) is added to create a mechanism for continuing dissertation research enrollment beyond the required 30 credits.
 
NU-01-07 NursingProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:The purpose of this proposal is to delete three sophomore
level courses, revise the content outline of one lecture
course, and add two new theory/clinical courses. Faculty
determined through evaluation of student outcomes, faculty
and student evaluations, graduating senior student
evaluations and program evaluations that these changes are
necessary. The new courses plus sequencing of them will
enhance novice-level student learning, provide more clinical
experience and practice, build sequentially on prior
learning, be more consistent with College's curriculum
model on novice-level learning, and better prepare students
for junior and senior level course work. The content out-
line changes reflect the reordering and sequencing of
content.
 
NU-01-08N/A NursingProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no02/13/2001
Proposal Summary:This proposal adds two new courses, 8200:561 - Advanced
Physiological Concepts in Health Care I and 8200:562 -
Advanced Physiological Concepts in Health Care II to the
requirements for Nurse Anesthesia students in the Master's
program of the College of Nursing to meet the requirements
of the Council on Accreditation of Nurse Anesthesia
Education Programs. These courses will replace the
requirements of 3100:561 Human Physiology I and 3100:562
Human Physiology II which are not being offered.
 
NU-01-09None NursingProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no02/13/2001
Proposal Summary:
 
NU-01-10 NursingProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no02/28/2001
Proposal Summary:This proposal is in accordance with the new certification
guidelines from (ANCC) American Nurse's Credentialing
Center requires an advanced assessment course in the
clinical nurse specialist curriculum. The clinical
practice seminar is being deleted as content is
incorporated throughout the curriculum and will be
reflected in the 8200:679 Adult/Gerontological Health
Practicum which is being increased by 1 credit hour.
 
NU-01-11Master of Science in Nursing Program NursingProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no02/28/2001
Proposal Summary:This proposal outlines several changes that are necessary
for the advanced practice tracks to keep current with
national certification guidelines. The changes are in
the Nurse Anesthesia Track, Adult/Gerontological Health
Nursing Clinical Nurse Specialist Track, the Behavioral
Health Nursing Track, the Post-MSN Behavioral Health
Nursing Certificate Program, and the Advanced Role
Preparation in Nursing Education Certification Program.
The Education Track is being discontinued. Three of
the courses 8200:682, 683, and 684 are being kept
in the newly developed certificate program.
In addition, revision and clarification of pre- and
co-requisites and course titles is being forwarded.
 
NU-01-12Post-MSN Behavioral Health Nursing Certificate Program NursingProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no02/28/2001
Proposal Summary:This proposal outlines changes in the Post-MSN Behavioral
Health Nursing Certificate Program. This internship must be
added as a requirement for all Post-MSN Behavioral Health
Nursing students in order to achieve the required number
of clinical hours (500 minimum) needed to be eligible to
sit for certification at the national level (ANCC).
 
nu-01-13 NursingCourse changes only2001, FallProposal Withdrawn
02/14/2001
 no01/17/2001
Proposal Summary:
 
nu-01-14 NursingNew program2001, FallProposal Withdrawn
02/14/2001
 no03/28/2001
Proposal Summary:
 
nu-01-15 NursingProgram changes2001, FallProposal Withdrawn
02/14/2001
 no03/28/2001
Proposal Summary:
 
AS-01-63Pan-African Studies Program (reassignment of program to Arts & Sciences) Pan-Africn StProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no02/27/2001
Proposal Summary:Reassignment of Pan-African Studies from the Office of the Senior Vice President and Provost to the Buchtel College of Arts and Sciences.

The change in the administrative line-of-authority for the program was approved by Provost Terry Hickey on July 10, 2000.

This change will officially put the program back into the Buchtel College of Arts and Sciences

The departmental course number will reflect the change of:

FROM: 1810

TO: 3002

All 1810 courses will be changed to 3002 courses.
 
AS-01-51Program changes to MA in Urban Studies PAUSProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/16/2001
 no03/27/2001
Proposal Summary:Add 3980:612 National Urban Policy, to the list of required courses. Lists but does not mandate, certain specialization options.
Add 3980:699 Master's Thesis (clarify relationship to newly created specializations and place limit on number of credit hours that may be applied to the degree).
Add 3980:695 Internship. Limits those who may take the course to credit to students with little or no work experience in their specialization).
 
AS-01-52Public Administration and Urban Studies PAUSProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
02/12/2002
 no03/27/2001
Proposal Summary:Major revisions across the entire MPA curriculum: Alters the use of the internship, defines more clearly specialization options, adds new courses in specializations. NEW COURSES: 3980:619 Community Organizing 3 Cr. 3980:624 Emergency Management Policy Implementation and Analysis 3 Cr. 3980:625 Strategic Perspectives in Emergency Management 3 Cr. 3980:626 Grantsmanship 3 Cr. 3980:644 Public Sector Fund Management 3 Cr. 3980:675 Advanced Techniques in Policy Analysis 3 Cr. 3980:660 Stratetgic Management in Public and Non Profit Sectors 3 Cr. 3980:661 Public Project Design and Management 3 Cr. 3980:662 Fundraising and Resource Management 3 Cr. 3980:663 Non-Profit Management 3 Cr. 3980:664 Managing Information and Technology in the Public Sector 3 Cr.
 
AS-01-53PhD, Urban Studies - Reorganization of overall curriculum PAUSProgram changes2001, FallApproved by Provost
04/05/2001
 no03/27/2001
Proposal Summary:Reorganization of overall curriculum and adding new courses to create depth in two specializations and creating a fourth specialization.

NEW COURSES:
3980:730 ETHICS IN GOVERNMENT, 3 CRS.
3980:731 THEORIES OF PUBLIC BUDGETING & FINANCE, 3 CRS.
3980:732 GOVERNANCE & ADMINISTRATION, 3 CRS.
3980:733 THEORIES OF PUBLIC SECTOR HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT, 3 CRS.
3980:734 CONCEPTUAL & LEGAL FOUNDATIONS OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION, 3 CRS.
3980:735 COMPARATIVE ADMINISTRATION, 3 CRS.
3980:736 LEADING PUBLIC ORGANIZATIONS
3980:740 SURVEY RESEARCH METHODSINTHE PUBLIC SECTOR
3980:795 PRO-SEMINAR, 3 CRS.

COURSE CHANGE:
3980:799 URBAN TUTORIAL (COURSE CAN NOW BE REPEATED)
3980:899 DOCTORAL DISSERTATION (CHANGE FROM 15 TO 12)
 
AS-01-02Bioethics Minor PhilosophyNew program2001, FallSubmitted to Board of Trustees
02/08/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:Create a new Minor in Bioethics, to engage a variety of
disciplines, to extend and enhance critical evaluation
of ethical issues relevant to numerous major fields of
study.
 
AS-01-03Philosophy of Religion PhilosophyCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:Change 3600:232, Philosophy of Religion, to a 300 level
course: 3600:331
 
AS-01-19Advanced Topics in Ethics PhilosophyCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:Change bulletin description for 3600:323, Advanced Topics
in Ethics
 
ED-01-28Athletic Training for Sports Medicine PhysProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/21/2001
 no03/27/2001
Proposal Summary:Athletic Training for Sports Medicine
Add 5570:101 Personal Health
Add required courses 5550:212 First Aid/CPR; 5550:445 Therapeutic Exer; 5550:449 O&A
Delete required courses 5550:442/542 Therapeutic Modalities; 5550:211 First Aid/CPR;
5550:450 O & A PE
Change number required credits from 118 to 120
 
ED-01-30School Nurse Program (Option 1) PhysProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/17/2001
Proposal Summary:This is an update of an approved School Nurse Licensure Program. Option 1 provides licensure for R.N.'s with a non-nursing B.S. degree. The changes noted in this proposal are being submitted to meet OBR recommendations from a rejoinder submitted during Summer 2000.
 
ED-01-30BSchool Nurse Program (Option 2) PhysProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no02/10/2001
Proposal Summary:This is an update of an approved School Nurse Licensure Program. Option 2 provides licensure for R.N.'s with a nursing B.S. degree. The changes noted in this proposal are being submitted to meet OBR recommendations from a rejoinder submitted during Summer 2000.
 
ED-01-30CSchool Nurse Program (Option 3) PhysProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/21/2001
 no02/10/2001
Proposal Summary:This is an update of an approved School Nursing Licensure Program. Option 3 provides licensure for R.N.'s with a nursing M.S. degree. The changes noted in this proposal are being submitted to meet OBR recommendations from a rejoinder submitted during Summer 2000.
 
ED-01-33Injury Management for Teachers & Coahces PhysProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/21/2001
 no03/27/2001
Proposal Summary:A new course 5550:441/541 changes the focus of this course to Advanced Athletic Injury Management: Upper Extremity. The present course 5550:440/540 was designed to accommodate the needs of teachers and coaches who have not had a background in athletic training but need the information this course will provide.
 
ED-01-34Program Change for Sport & Exercise Science PhysProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/21/2001
 no03/27/2001
Proposal Summary:5550:400/500 and 5550:401/501 required for Sport and Exercise Science Proram.
 
ED-01-35Certificate for Exercise/Sport Science & Pedagogy PhysNew program2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/21/2001
 no01/17/2001
Proposal Summary:Changes the name of the the affected programs from concentration areas to certification programs.
 
ED-01-36Sport Management Concentration PhysProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/21/2001
 no03/27/2001
Proposal Summary:Creates a Sport Management Concentration (certificate program)
5550:100 Intro to Spt/Ex Studies; 5550:450 Org & Adm of PE; 5550:420/520 Sport
Management; 5550 (NOTE NUMBER CHANGE) Legal/Ethical Aspects Phys Activity;
5550:422/522 Sport Marketing; 5550:459 Practicum Seminar; 5550:460 Practicum.
 
ED-01-29Musculoskeletal Anatomy 1: Upper Extremity Phys & HEProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/21/2001
 no03/27/2001
Proposal Summary:Delete required crses 5100:200-001/ 002, 3100:201-001; 3100:202-001; 3100:203-001
Add required courses 5550:400/500 Musculoskeletal Upper Extremity
Add required courses 5550:401/501 Musculoskeletal Lower Extremity
 
ED-01-32Exercise & the Older Adult Phys & HEProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/17/2001
Proposal Summary:5550:300 Physiology of Exercise for Older Adult now 3 hours instead of 2 hours.
 
ED-01-41Athletic Training for Spots Medicine Phys & HECourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
11/28/2001
 no07/05/2001
Proposal Summary:This proposal changes the titles of the courses 5550:541 and 5550:542.
 
AS-01-47Astronomy by Inquiry PhysicsCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/25/2001
Proposal Summary:We propose the addition of this course in order to respond
to the National Science Education Standards call for
inquiry-based courses for pre-service teachers.
 
AS-01-01Additional Tracks in BS for Political Science/Criminal Justice PoliProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:The Department wishes to provide additional flexibility
(including more timely completion of requirements and
facilitation of student transfer into the program) to its
Political Science/Criminal Justice students. As such,
we propose the creation of two additional tracks of study
within the existing PS/CJ
degree.
 
AS-01-13American Foreign Policy Course Change` PoliCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:We propose to change 3700:220 American Foreign Policy to
3700:328 American Foreign Policy Process to better reflect
course content and stimulate higher enrollments.
 
AS-01-07Change prerequisite for 3750:410/510 PsychologyCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:Add additional prerequisite of 3750:110 to 3750:410/510, so that students are more adequately prepared
 
AS-01-08Change prerequisites for 3750:495 PsychologyCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:Delete prerequisite of 3750:220 from field experience, 3750:495, and add 4 credits to 'additional credits in psychology' to complete requirements
 
CT-01-03Fire Protection Technology PublCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:Change course titles for the following courses:
1) 2230:202 - Fire Suppression and Emergency Response Methods - Change to Incident Management for Emergency Responders
2) 2230:257- Fire Protection For Business and Industry- Change to Fire and Safety Issues For Business and Industry
 
CT-01-04Emergency Management PublProgram changes2001, Summer IFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:This is a proposal to add one new required course, two new elective courses and four existing elective courses to the Emergency Management degree. In addition the existing course Emergency Management Research Methods and Applications course will be changed from a 3 cr. to a 4 cr. course .
 
CT-01-16Criminal Justice Technology (Pre-Business Emphasis) PublProgram changes2001, FallCollege status: not approved
08/07/2001
 no03/27/2001
Proposal Summary:This proposal restructures the Criminal Justice degree to create a "pre-business" emphasis. These changes are a result of ongoing discussions with the College of Business that will allow articulation for criminal justice students desiring to pursue a bachelor's degree in the College of Business.
 
CT-01-18Criminal Justice Technology (General Option) PublCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:This proposal changes the name of a course entitled "Introduction to Security" to "Introduction to Proprietary Safety" to more accurately reflect course content.
 
CT-01-21Criminal Justice Technology (General Option) PublCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:Effective in the spring semester of 1999, the Department of Sociology deleted 3850:429, Probation and Parole from their curriculum. This course is currently required of Criminal Justice students who desire a “Corrections” focus. Reacting to this deletion, advisors in criminal justice have been regularly substituting a Current Topics in Criminal Justice course (Community Corrections) in its place. The purpose of this proposal is to create a course entitled “Community Corrections”.
 
CT-01-24Community Services Technology (General Option) PublProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:Students shall no longer be required to take (2440:103)
Software Fundamentals (2 cr) or (2540:141) WordPerfect:
Beginning (2 cr). Students shall be required to take four
credit hours of computer electives to be selected from 2540 or 2440.
 
CT-01-27Introduction to Addiction PublProgram changes2001, SpringFinal Approval Granted
08/31/2001
 yes12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:Conversion of a traditional course (2260:260), Introduction
to Addiction, to a web-based, online course using WebCT 3.0.
Only one section of the course will become web-based. The
other section will continue to be offered in the traditional
classroom setting.
 
ct-01-28The Whole Child PublCourse changes only2001, SpringApproved by Faculty Senate
02/15/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:Addition of a telecourse, The Whole Child in collaboration
with PBS 45/49, to be offered as a distance learning course
for Spring 2001, under Special Topics number 2200:290-680.
Students who complete course will be able to earn one
elective credit toward Program requirements. Required hours
in Early Childhood Development program will remain
unchanged (64 credits).
 
CT-01-31Community Services Tech. (Social Service Emphasis) PublProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/18/2001
 no03/15/2001
Proposal Summary:This proposal involves the addition of (2260:262) Basic
Helping Skills (3 cr) as a required course and the deletion
of (2020:222) Technical Report Writing (3 cr) as a required
course in the Social Services Option of the Community
Services Technology Program. This proposal also involves
the addition of (2260:262) Basic Helping Skills as a
required course in the General Option of the Community
Services Technology Program; as well as a change in the
General Option from a requirement of (2020:222) Technical
Report Writing to a requirement of (2020:222) TRW, or
(3300:112) English Composition (3cr), or (2540:119) Business
English (3 cr). Finally, this proposal involves the change
of the title of 2260:262 from "Basic Helping Skills in
Addiction Problems" to "Basic Helping Skills".
 
CT-01-40Women and Addiction PublCourse changes only2001, Summer IIFinal Approval Granted
07/30/2001
 yes12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:Conversion of a traditional course (2260:265), Women and
Addiction, to a web-based, online course using WebCT 3.0.
 
CT-01-29Addiction Treatment Publ Svc TechCourse changes only2001, FallProposal Withdrawn
10/27/2000
 no02/11/2001
Proposal Summary:Increase credit hours from 3.0 to 4.0.
 
AS-01-15Department of Sociology - Undergraduate Program SociologyProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:Increases GPA for admission to and graduation from department to 2.20.
 
AS-01-16Graduate Bulletin Revision SociologyProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no02/13/2001
Proposal Summary:Graduate Bulletin housekeeping so that courses in our joint Ph.D. program with the Department of Sociology at Kent State University have identical titles and are correctly cross-listed in their respective bulletins.
 
AS-01-17Graduate Sociology-Program Changes in MA Degrees SociologyProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/18/2001
Proposal Summary:Duplication in MA and PhD programs is reduced and a better progression of course requirements between the MA and PhD programs is developed.
 
AS-01-22Graduate Sociology-Program Changes in PhD Degrees SociologyProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no01/18/2001
Proposal Summary:Duplication in MA and Ph.D. programs is reduced and a better progression of course requirements between the MA and Ph.D. programs is developed.
 
UC-01-01UA Study Abroad 1100:100 UnivCourse changes only2000, FallFinal Approval Granted
02/19/2003
 no10/15/2001
Proposal Summary:Change of variable credit for 1100:100 UA Study Abroad
to zero (0) credit.
 
WC-01-01Business Management Technology – General Option WayneProgram changes2001, FallProposal Withdrawn
11/17/2000
 no03/27/2001
Proposal Summary:Automated Bookkeeping teaches students how to apply basic accounting theory in an automated environment using a specific accounting software package. While particularly useful to students seeking employment in the accounting field, non-accounting Business Management Technology students will be better served by the broader conceptualization and diversity of tasks provided by Spreadsheet Software. The electronic spreadsheet’s ability to analyze and evaluate information in a wide array of business situations and environments will be more valuable to these students.
 
WC-01-03Business Management Technology – Data Management Option: Software Emphasis WayneProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:Automated Bookkeeping teaches students how to apply basic accounting theory in an automated environment using a specific accounting software package. While particularly useful to students seeking employment in the accounting field, Business Management Technology – Data Management Option: Software Emphasis students do not need this specific content.
 
WC-01-04Computer Service and Network Technology WayneProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/06/2001
 no12/15/2000
Proposal Summary:By providing these changes to the program we continue to assure our graduates that they will have the best and most current knowledge and skills. We also assure that the program remains compatible with the Wayne College Microsoft Authorized Academic Training Partner (AATP) program and thereby fulfill current core course requirements for Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) and Microsoft Certified System Engineer (MCSE) status.

Microprocessor Assembly Language Programming is a course that has provided material that has become dated and not very useful to graduates as they face the job market. The proposed additional course in Microsoft networking will allow the program to offer another core course required for Microsoft network certification.
 
WC-01-05Information Processing Specialist Certificate WayneProgram changes2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/21/2001
 no04/04/2001
Proposal Summary:Automated Bookkeeping teaches students how to apply basic accounting theory in an automated environment using a specific accounting software package. While particularly useful to students seeking employment in the accounting field, Information Processing Specialist students do not need this specific content.
 
WC-01-062540:140 Keyboarding for Nonmajors (Web-based) WayneCourse changes only2001, Summer IFinal Approval Granted
07/30/2001
 yes04/04/2001
Proposal Summary:This online course will accommodate many of the issues that may restrict students from otherwise attending a traditional classroom and advancing their studies. Traditional classroom based sections of this course will still be available in select semesters.
 
WC-01-072540:150 Beginning Keyboarding (Web-based) WayneCourse changes only2001, Summer IFinal Approval Granted
07/30/2001
 yes04/04/2001
Proposal Summary:This online course will accommodate many of the issues that may restrict students from otherwise attending a traditional classroom and advancing their studies. Traditional classroom based sections of this course will still be available in select semesters.
 
WC-01-082440:160 Java Programming (web-based) WayneCourse changes only2001, Summer IFinal Approval Granted
07/30/2001
 yes04/13/2001
Proposal Summary:Our students have numerous concerns in their lives: work responsibilities, family obligations, social commitments, and community involvement. We know from experience that many have had difficulty in scheduling classes, or may not be able to take a specific course during the desired semester. Distance education can accommodate many of the issues that may restrict someone from otherwise attending a traditional classroom and advancing their studies.

Web-based instruction also presents an opportunity to serve a new market segment that will increase enrollment. Individuals that are not currently able to attend traditional classes for various reasons may very well start an educational program via the Web. As additional courses are offered on the Internet, there will be a built-in audience ready to enroll. Eventually many will finish a degree program by attending classes at either the Wayne College or The University of Akron campus.

Wayne College has developed an infrastructure and personnel support for faculty who desire to use the World Wide Web to either enhance their courses by posting supplemental materials on the Internet, or by offering their entire course as a distance learning option. In addition, many publishers now offer complete supplemental web sites replete with quizzes, tests, matching exercises, PowerPoint Slides, chapter synopses, and audio/video clips. These materials can be used as the nucleus for an online course and/or a repository of excellent, professional-quality review material.

There is no difference between the academic content of the traditional version of the courses and the web-based versions. Expected learning outcomes are the same for both web and classroom-based courses. Various web technologies will be utilized. These include e-mail, discussion lists, threaded discussions, and automated testing procedures, to mention a few.
 
WC-01-092440:170 Visual BASIC (web-based) WayneCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
07/30/2001
 yes05/30/2001
Proposal Summary:Our students have numerous concerns in their lives: work responsibilities, family obligations, social commitments, and community involvement. We know from experience that many have had difficulty in scheduling classes, or may not be able to take a specific course during the desired semester. Distance education can accommodate many of the issues that may restrict someone from otherwise attending a traditional classroom and advancing their studies. Web-based instruction also presents an opportunity to serve a new market segment that will increase enrollment. Individuals that are not currently able to attend traditional classes for various reasons may very well start an educational program via the Web. As additional courses are offered on the Internet, there will be a built-in audience ready to enroll. Eventually many will finish a degree program by attending classes at either the Wayne College or The University of Akron campus. Wayne College has developed an infrastructure and personnel support for faculty who desire to use the World Wide Web to either enhance their courses by posting supplemental materials on the Internet, or by offering their entire course as a distance learning option. In addition, many publishers now offer complete supplemental web sites replete with quizzes, tests, matching exercises, PowerPoint Slides, chapter synopses, and audio/video clips. These materials can be used as the nucleus for an online course and/or a repository of excellent, professional-quality review material. There is no difference between the academic content of the traditional version of the courses and the web-based versions. Expected learning outcomes are the same for both web and classroom-based courses. Various web technologies will be utilized. These include e-mail, discussion lists, threaded discussions, and automated testing procedures, to mention a few.
 
WC-01-102440:256 C++Programming (web-based) WayneCourse changes only2001, FallFinal Approval Granted
07/30/2001
 yes05/30/2001
Proposal Summary:Our students have numerous concerns in their lives: work responsibilities, family obligations, social commitments, and community involvement. We know from experience that many have had difficulty in scheduling classes, or may not be able to take a specific course during the desired semester. Distance education can accommodate many of the issues that may restrict someone from otherwise attending a traditional classroom and advancing their studies. Web-based instruction also presents an opportunity to serve a new market segment that will increase enrollment. Individuals that are not currently able to attend traditional classes for various reasons may very well start an educational program via the Web. As additional courses are offered on the Internet, there will be a built-in audience ready to enroll. Eventually many will finish a degree program by attending classes at either the Wayne College or The University of Akron campus. Wayne College has developed an infrastructure and personnel support for faculty who desire to use the World Wide Web to either enhance their courses by posting supplemental materials on the Internet, or by offering their entire course as a distance learning option. In addition, many publishers now offer complete supplemental web sites replete with quizzes, tests, matching exercises, PowerPoint Slides, chapter synopses, and audio/video clips. These materials can be used as the nucleus for an online course and/or a repository of excellent, professional-quality review material. There is no difference between the academic content of the traditional version of the courses and the web-based versions. Expected learning outcomes are the same for both web and classroom-based courses. Various web technologies will be utilized. These include e-mail, discussion lists, threaded discussions, and automated testing procedures, to mention a few.
 


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