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.)
Proposal
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Proposal Title
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Proposal
Type
Effective
Term
Proposal
Status
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FAA-09-001Blankde DL Course Proposal Course changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 yes01/22/2009
Proposal Summary:Blanket DL course proposal

7500 201 Exploring Music: Bach to rock
7600 105 Introduction to Public Speaking
7600 252 Persuasion
7600 280 Media Production Techniques
7700 430 Aspects of Normal Language Devel
7700 697 Special Problems: Speech Pathology and/or Audiology
7750 605 Soc Wrk Practice W/Small Systm
7750 606 Soc Wrk Practice W/Large Systm
7750 607 Adv Pract W/Small Systems I
7750 608 Adv Pract W/Small Systms II
7750 611 Dynamics of Racism & Discrimnt
7750 622 Fundamentals of Research I
7750 623 Fundamentals of Research II
7750 631 Hum Beh & So Env: Sml Soc Systs
7750 632 Hum Beh & So Envr: Large Systs
7750 646 Social Welfare Policy I
7750 647 Social Welfare Policy II
7750 650 Adv Standing Integrative Sem
7750 663 Psychopathology & Social Work
7750 665 Supervision & Staff Developmnt
7750 671 Social Work Administration
7750 672 Community Organiztn & Planning
7750 673 Strateg Community Organization
7750 674 Con, Econ Sys & Soc Polcy Analy
7750 675 Program Evaluation
7750 680 Aging & Social Work Practice
7750 685 Soc Wrk Pract: Family & Child
7750 690 Adv Prct & Pol Sbstnc Abuse
7750 695 Hlth Care: Plan & Pol Issues
 
FAA-09-002Blanket course deletion proposal Course changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no03/09/2009
Proposal Summary:This proposal is to ensure that course listings accurately reflect our current course offerings by deleting courses that have not been offered in the past five years where schools have no plans of offering them in the future.

7100 180 Fundamentals of Graphic Design
7100 249 Figure Painting
7100 321 Figurative Sculpture
7100 591 Architectural Presentations I
7100 592 Architectural Presentations II
1800 601 Divorce Mediation
7400 423 Professional Image Analysis
7400 475 Analysis of Food
7400 520 Experimental Foods
7400 523 Professional Image Analysis
7400 563 Pract:Cros-Sys Cse Mgt:Chd&Fa
7400 575 Analysis of Food
7400 616 Infant & Child Nutrition
7400 640 Nutrition in Diminished Health
7400 651 Family & Consumer Law
7500 263 Service Playing for Organists
7500 320 Musical Theatre History & Lit I
7500 462 Repertoire & Pedagogy: Organ
7500 491 ST: Music
7500 562 Repertoire & Pedagogy: Organ
7500 605 Beg Italian I for Singers
7500 606 Beg Italian II for Singers
7500 608 Sem: Music Western Hemisphere
7500 619 Theory & Pedagogy
7500 620 Computer Analysis in Music
7500 676 W: Choral Music Education
7510 111 Chamber Orchestra
7510 122 Freshman Chorale
7510 123 Madrigal Singers
7510 124 Opera Chorus
7510 611 Chamber Orchestra
7510 623 Madrigal Sincers
7520 569 Jazz Vocal Styles
7600 225 Listening
7600 593 Production Practicum
7700 120 Intro to Audiology/Aural Rehab
7700 460 Sp-Lang &Hrng Disord Publ Sch
7700 490 W: Sp-Lang Pathology&Audiology
7700 612 Res Met: Communictv Disord II
7700 629 T: Spch Pathology & Audology
7700 638 Sem: Lang & Sp-Hear Imp
7700 641 Amplification
7750 458 Adult Day Care
7750 465 Admin & Supvr in Social Work
7750 501 Social Work Practice I
7750 502 Social Work Practice II
7750 503 Social Work Practice III
7750 504 Social Work Practice IV
7750 510 Minority Iss Soc Work Practice
7750 511 Womens Iss Soc Work Practice
7750 525 Social Work Ethics
7750 527 Human Behv & Social Environ I
7750 530 Human Behv & Social Environ II
7750 540 Social Work Research I
7750 541 Social Work Research II
7750 545 Soc Policy Analy-Social Worker
7750 550 Social Needs & Servs for Aging
7750 551 Social Work in Child Welfare
7750 552 Social Work in Menatl Health
7750 554 Social Work - Juvenile Justice
7750 555 The Black Family
7750 556 Social Work in Health Services
7750 559 Soc Wrk with Mentally Retarded
7750 565 Admin & Supvr in Social Work
7750 570 Law for Social Workers
7750 575 Substnc Abuse & Social Work Pract
7800 307 Advanced Stage Costume Design
7800 321 Musical Theatre Hist & Lit II
7920 270 Musica Theatre Dance Tech
7920 341 Pointe III
7920 430 Hstry Musicl Thtre in Dance
 
SC-09-01Blanket DL Course Proposal - Summit College Course changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
02/13/2009
 yes12/09/2008
Proposal Summary:This proposal is to ensure that course listings accurately reflect how courses are taught with respect to distance learning (Board of Trustees rule 3359-20-05.2). This mode of delivery proposal applies to courses that have been offered in one of the DL classrooms or othersiwe transmitted to another site off campus between Fall 2001 through September 2008.

2230 100 Introductn to Fire Protection
2235 305 Prncpls of Emergency Mgmt
2235 350 Emer Response Prep & Plan
2235 450 Emer Mgt Rsch Meth & Appl
2235 490 Current Topics: Emergency Mgmt
2840 111 Polymer Technology I
2840 112 Polymer Technology II
2840 202 Instrumental Methods
2840 211 Polymer Technology III
 
SC-09-02Blanket Course Deletion Proposal - Summit College Course changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
02/13/2009
 no11/24/2008
Proposal Summary:This proposal is to ensure that course listings accurately reflect our current course offerings by deleting courses that have not been offered in the past five years where departments have no plans of offering them in the future.

1020 72 Developmental Chemistry
2210 111 Introd Sign, Dfns & Intrpt Srv
2210 112 American Sign Language I
2210 114 ASL Semantics & Structure I
2210 122 American Sign Language II
2210 124 ASL Semantics & Structure II
2210 126 Advanced Fingerspell & Numbers
2210 128 The Profession of Interpreting
2210 232 American Sign Language III
2210 234 Trnslt/Intrpt Sk: Engl & ASL
2210 236 Consecutive Interpreting
2210 238 American Deaf Culture
2210 242 American Sign Language IV
2210 244 Simultaneous Interpreting
2210 246 Interpreter in Educ Setting
2210 248 Interpreting Practicum I
2210 252 Interpreting Practicum II
2210 254 Applied Ethics in Interpreting
2210 290 ST: ASL Intrpt & Trnlit
2210 297 Indp Study: ASL Intrp &Trnsl
2220 210 Police Ptrl/Traffic Operations
2220 290 ST: Criminal Justice
2220 291 ST: Criminal Justice
2230 153 Princ Fire Protect & Life Sfty
2230 292 CT: Fire Protection
2260 117 Expl Exp in a Soc Agncy
2260 232 Advocacy for the Disabled
2260 252 Resident Activity Coordinator
2260 280 Fund of Volunteer Management
2420 111 Public Relations
2420 118 Fin Mgmt & Planning Small Bus
2420 219 Business Accounting Projects
2520 211 Math of Retail Distribution
2540 141 Wordperfect Beginning
2540 142 Word Perfect - Advanced
2540 286 Microsoft Word - Windows
2560 115 Motor Transportation
2560 116 Air Transportation
2560 117 Water Transportation
2560 118 Transportation Rate Systems
2560 221 Traffic & Distribution Mgmt
2560 222 Microcmptr Applic in Transport
2560 224 Transportation Regulation
2560 227 Transp of Hazrd Matls & Wastes
2560 228 Introduction to Travel
2560 229 Passenger Ticketing
2560 230 Tour Planning & Packaging
2560 231 Computerized Reservations I
2560 232 Computerized Reservations II
2730 225 Histotechnology Practicum
2740 100 Introduc to Medical Assisting
2740 125 Medical Assisting I
2740 241 Medical Records
2740 260 Externship in Medical Assistng
2820 121 Technical Computations
2840 270 Natural & Synthetic Org Polym
2860 255 Electronic Design & Construct
2870 420 Materials & Processes
2920 110 Fundamental Sci for Auto Tech
2920 335 Welding Theory & Practice
2940 140 Survey of Engr Technology
2980 233 Construction Administration
2980 290 ST: Surveying Engineering Tech

 
BA-09-03Change in program requirements and description of program AccountingProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/26/2009
 no11/27/2008
Proposal Summary:Change in program requirements and description of program
 
BA-09-046200:321 Intermediate Accounting I -Course Change-Change in Prerequistites AccountingCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
02/12/2009
 no11/27/2008
Proposal Summary:Change in prerequistites for 6200:321 Intermediate Accounting I
 
BA-09-11Remove MBA in Accountancy notation from Joint Degree information AccountingProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/18/2009
 no04/06/2009
Proposal Summary:Remove MBA in Accountancy notation from Joint Degree information
 
BA-09-126200:322 Intermediate Acct. 2 - prerequisite change AccountingCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no01/27/2009
Proposal Summary:6200:322 – Intermediate Accounting II
Brief Description – Prerequisite change
Add “admission to College of Business Administration” to the existing prerequisites
 
BA-09-136200:430 Taxation I - Prerequisite change AccountingCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no01/27/2009
Proposal Summary:6200:430 – Taxation I
Brief Description – Prerequisite change
Add “admission to College of Business Administration” to the existing prerequisites
 
BA-09-146200:431 – Taxation II - Prerequisite change AccountingCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no01/27/2009
Proposal Summary:6200:431 – Taxation II
Brief Description – Prerequisite change
Add “admission to College of Business Administration” to the existing prerequisites
 
BA-09-156200:454 – Information Systems Security - Prerequisite change AccountingCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no01/27/2009
Proposal Summary:6200:454 – Information Systems Security
Brief Description – Prerequisite change
Add “admission to College of Business Administration” to the existing prerequisites
 
BA-09-276200:441 Course can be undergraduate and graduate AccountingCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/08/2009
 no04/06/2009
Proposal Summary:6200: 441 can be offered as an undergraduate and graduate course.
 
SC-09-11Respiratory Therapy GPA requirement All HealthProgram changes2009, SpringProposal Withdrawn
10/03/2008
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:The student will be required to earn a minimum grade point average of 2.0 as computed by the registrar, and earn a minimum grade point average of 2.3 in the major, as computed by the Respiratory Therapy Program.
 
SC-09-13Medical Assisting Technology All HealthCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 yes01/26/2009
Proposal Summary:The course Administrative Medical Assisting II, 2740:127, has no prerequisite, however the University Bulletin currently has one listed. This proposal is to delete the listed prerequisite.
 
SC-09-15Radiologic Technology clinical course All HealthProgram changes2009, SpringFinal Approval Granted
05/05/2009
 no01/26/2009
Proposal Summary:We are adding a zero-credit clinical course, so that students taking their off-campus clinical experience as part of the Radiologic Technology program will be able to show that they are enrolled as students at The University of Akron.
 
SC-09-32Deactivate Health Information Technology Associate Degree Program All HealthProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/05/2009
 no02/09/2009
Proposal Summary:Deactivate Health Information Technology Program
 
SC-09-55Radiologic Technology All HealthProgram changes2009, FallProposal Withdrawn
04/15/2009
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:We are changing off-campus courses in Radiologic Technology to credit classes. Students will complete the same work, but will receive University credit for each class completed.
 
FAA-09-012Update admission requirements for BA inArt Education ArtProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/05/2009
 no01/22/2009
Proposal Summary:Update admission requirements to College of Education program of study and bulletin description for BA in Art Education majors.
 
FAA-09-013Update BFA in Printmaking ArtProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/05/2009
 no01/22/2009
Proposal Summary:Update BFA in Printmaking to reflect course changes and deletions for Art Department.
 
FAA-09-014Add 7100:419 Special Topics in Print ArtProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/01/2009
 no01/22/2009
Proposal Summary:Add 7100:419 Special Topics in Print to Art Department offerings. (see FAA-09-018 for course deletion)
 
FAA-09-015Update Minor in Printmaking ArtProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/05/2009
 no01/22/2009
Proposal Summary:Update Minor in Printmaking to reflect new course numbers and requirements for Art Department
 
FAA-09-016Add 7100:519 Special Topics in Print ArtProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/01/2009
 no01/22/2009
Proposal Summary:Add 7100:519 Special Topics in Print to Art Department offerings. This course is taught concurrenlty with the undergraduate section and will require no new faculty resources (see FAA-09-014) Also see (FAA-09-018 for a course deletion)
 
FAA-09-017Change title for 7100:317 ArtCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no01/22/2009
Proposal Summary:Change title for 7100:317 Printmaking II to 7100:317 Print Matrix for BFA in Printmaking
 
FAA-09-018Delete 7100:215 Introduction to Relief Printing ArtProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/01/2009
 no01/22/2009
Proposal Summary:Delete 7100:215 Introduction to Relief Printing from Department of Art offerings.
 
FAA-09-019Change title for 7100:214 Introduction to Screen Printing ArtCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no01/22/2009
Proposal Summary:Change title for 7100:214 Introduction to Screen Printing to 7100:214 Relief/Screenprint for BFA in Printmaking (Update prerequisites to reflect changes in FAA-09-021)
 
FAA-09-020Change title for 7100:216 Introduction to Intaglio ArtCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no01/22/2009
Proposal Summary:Change title for 7100:216 Introduction to Intaglio to 7100:216 Intaglio/Lithography for BFA in Printmaking. (Update prerequisites to reflect changes in FAA-09-021)
 
FAA-09-021Change title for 7100:213 Introduction to Lithography ArtCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no01/22/2009
Proposal Summary:Change title for 7100:213 Introduction to Lithography to 7100:213 Introduction to Printmaking for BFA in Printmaking.
 
FAA-09-022Change title for 7100:418 Advanced Printmaking ArtCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no01/22/2009
Proposal Summary:Change title for 7100:418 Advanced Printmaking to 7100:418 Multiples and Multiplicity for BFA in Printmaking.
 
FAA-09-023Change title for 7100:518 Advanced Printmaking ArtCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no01/22/2009
Proposal Summary:Change title for 7100:518 Advanced Printmaking to 7100:518 Multiples and Multiplicity for Art Department.
 
FAA-09-031Update BFA in Ceramics to reflect addition and deletion of courses ArtProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/05/2009
 no01/22/2009
Proposal Summary:Update BFA in Ceramics to reflect addition and deletion of courses
 
FAA-09-032Add 7100:453 Advanced Throwing to BFA in Ceramics ArtProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/01/2009
 no01/22/2009
Proposal Summary:Add 7100:453 Advanced Throwing to BFA in Ceramics
 
FAA-09-033Add 7100:353 Throwing to BFA in Ceramics ArtProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/01/2009
 no01/22/2009
Proposal Summary:Add 7100:353 Throwing to BFA in Ceramics
 
FAA-09-034Delete 7100:354 Ceramics II from art department offerings ArtProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/01/2009
 no01/22/2009
Proposal Summary:Delete 7100:354 Ceramics II from art department offerings
 
FAA-09-035Update BA in Art Education ArtProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/05/2009
 no01/22/2009
Proposal Summary:Update BA in Art Education with Visual Arts Licensure to reflect changes to art course requirements.
 
FAA-09-036Update MS in Education with Visual Arts Licensure ArtProgram changes2009, FallProposal Withdrawn
11/12/2008
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:Update MS in Education with Visual Arts Licensure to reflect changes to art course requirements
 
FAA-09-037Add 7100:308 Art of Africa and the Diaspora  ArtProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/18/2009
 no04/07/2009
Proposal Summary:Add 7100:308 Art of Africa and the Diaspora to Art Department course offerings.
 
FAA-09-070 ArtProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/18/2009
 no04/07/2009
Proposal Summary:Delete 7100:304 19th Century Art from Art Department course offerings
 
FAA-09-071Update BA in Art History ArtProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/18/2009
 no04/07/2009
Proposal Summary:Update BA in Art History to include addition and deletion of courses.
 
SC-09-07Advanced Trigonometry Assc StudiesProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
02/13/2009
 no11/24/2008
Proposal Summary:Spherical Geometry and Trigonometry are core topics for the Surveying program and are only covered in limited depth in any math course offered by The University of Akron. This new course will cover the necessary concepts including spherical triangles, horizontal circular curves and vertical curves.
 
SC-09-08Advanced Topics in Technical Mathematics Assc StudiesProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/05/2009
 no11/24/2008
Proposal Summary:Several advanced mathematical concepts necessary for the course Surveying Computations and Adjustments (2980:310) are covered in limited depth in any single math course offered by The University of Akron.
This new course will cover topics in linear algebra, derivatives, series, least squares regression, astronomy, and coordinate systems. This course will provide detailed background mathematics and is to be taken as a corequisite for Surveying Computations and Adjustments.

 
SC-09-09Technical Mathematics Certificate Assc StudiesNew program2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
08/14/2009
 no04/10/2009
Proposal Summary:This proposal is for a technical mathematics certificate, requiring a minimum of 11 credit hours, which will help students to develop their technical math skills and apply these skills to real-world scenarios. At least 6 of the 11 credit hours must be taken through Summit College with a certificate grade point average of 2.5.
 
SC-09-33Deactivate Associate of Individual Studies Degree Assc StudiesProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/05/2009
 no01/30/2009
Proposal Summary:Associate of Individual Studies Degree to be deactivated due to lack of student enrollment.
 
SC-09-56Technical Mathematics III Assc StudiesCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/08/2009
 no04/09/2009
Proposal Summary:Remove a topic "Matrices" and include a topic of "Introduction to functions, its property, operations on functions."
 
AS-09-026BS Biology BiologyProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/01/2009
 no02/24/2009
Proposal Summary:Change core math requirement and recommended math requirement for BS Biology.
 
AS-09-030BS Biology BiologyProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/05/2009
 no02/24/2009
Proposal Summary:Delete the Areas of Specialization (Optional) within Biology.
 
AS-09-035Histology 3100:365 BiologyCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no02/25/2009
Proposal Summary:Change course prerequisite for Histology 3100:365
 
AS-09-0363100:665 Histology, Cell Biology, and Introductory Pathology. Includes Laboratory. BiologyCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no03/09/2009
Proposal Summary:Graduate Course Addition 3100:665 Histology,Cell Biology, and Introductory Pathology
 
AS-09-037MS Biology BiologyProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/05/2009
 no03/09/2009
Proposal Summary:A minimum of 16 credits of any Biology coursework is currently required as part of the 40 credits needed for the MS Biology degree. Specific coursework will now be required. SEE PROPOSAL AS-09-038 AS AN ADDITIONAL COURSE ADD TO THIS PROPOSAL
 
AS-09-0383100:616 Graduate Evolutionary Biology BiologyCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no03/09/2009
Proposal Summary:New course addition, 3100:616 Graduate Evolutionary Biology. SEE AS-09-037. THIS IS A COURSE ADDITION FOR MS BIOLOGY PROGRAM CHANGE.
 
SC-09-03Program change for CIS Baccalaureate Degree, Networking Option Bus TechProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/05/2009
 no03/25/2009
Proposal Summary:Course changes within the baccalaureate program.
 
SC-09-05Deactivate Office Administration, Medical Secretarial Option Bus TechProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/05/2009
 no01/30/2009
Proposal Summary:Medical Secretary option to be deactivated due to lack of student enrollment.
 
SC-09-06Computer Information Systems course changes Bus TechCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no01/30/2009
Proposal Summary:Course changes for 2440:301, 302, 338, 388, 401, and 402. Deletion of obsolete courses 2440:101, 2440:102, and 2440:103.
 
SC-09-10Bachelor of Organizational Supervision Bus TechNew program2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/01/2010
 no05/28/2009
Proposal Summary:The degree provides students holding technical associate degrees a seamless pathway to a Bachelor of Organizational Supervision. Graduates will demonstrate the skills and knowledge necessary for success in supervisory roles in the workplace.
 
SC-09-16Course changes for Hospitality Management Bus TechCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no01/30/2009
Proposal Summary:Change in prerequisites for 2280:250, 2280:261, and 2280:280. Delete "repeat for a total of two credits" for 2280:237.
 
SC-09-17Program change for CIS, Computer Maintenance & Networking Associate Degree, Microsoft Networking Track Bus TechProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/18/2009
 no04/09/2009
Proposal Summary:Add diversity courses, delete 2440:268 Network Concepts, and change technical elective.
 
SC-09-18Program change for CIS, Computer Maintenance and Networking Option, Cisco Networking Track Bus TechProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/18/2009
 no04/09/2009
Proposal Summary:Add diversity courses.
 
SC-09-19Computer Information Systems, Programming Specialist Option Bus TechProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/18/2009
 no04/08/2009
Proposal Summary:Adding a degree requirement of "C" or better in technical courses.
 
SC-09-20Computer Information Systems, Web Development Option Bus TechProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/18/2009
 no04/08/2009
Proposal Summary:Adding a degree requirement of "C" or better in technical courses.
 
SC-09-21Computer Information Systems, Microcomputer Specialist Bus TechProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/05/2009
 no01/30/2009
Proposal Summary:Deactivating Computer Information Systems, Microcomputer Specialist Option
 
SC-09-24Adding CIS courses to the Bypass Credit list in the Undergraduate Bulletin Bus TechProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/18/2009
 no04/09/2009
Proposal Summary:Adding 2440:202, 2440:203, 2440:204, and 2440:301 to the Bypassed Credit list in the Undergraduate Bulletin.
 
SC-09-25Computer Information Systems course changes Bus TechCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/08/2009
 no04/09/2009
Proposal Summary:Course changes for 2440:201, 202, 203, and 204.
 
SC-09-26Program change for CIS, Programming Specialist Minor Bus TechProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/18/2009
 no04/08/2009
Proposal Summary:Add requirement that students must achieve a grade of "C" or better in all technical courses (2440/2600).
 
SC-09-27Deactivate CIS, Microcomputer Specialist Option Minor Bus TechProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/18/2009
 no04/08/2009
Proposal Summary:Deactivate CIS, Microcomputer Specialist Option minor.
 
SC-09-28Deactivate Computer Information Systems certificate Bus TechProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/18/2009
 no04/08/2009
Proposal Summary:Deactivating Computer Information Systems certificate
 
SC-09-29Program changes for CIS, Programming Certificate Bus TechProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/18/2009
 no04/08/2009
Proposal Summary:Eliminate 2540:140 as a bridge course and add a minimum grade requirement of "C".
 
SC-09-30Program change for CIS, Cisco Networking Technology Certificate Bus TechProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/18/2009
 no04/08/2009
Proposal Summary:Eliminate 2540:140 as a bridge course and adds "C" as a minimum grade requirement.
 
SC-09-31Program Changes to CIS, Database Development Certificate Bus TechProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/18/2009
 no04/08/2009
Proposal Summary:Eliminate 2540:140 as a bridge course and adds "C" as a minimum grade requirement.
 
SC-09-34Program Changes to CIS, Webmaster Certificate Bus TechProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/18/2009
 no04/08/2009
Proposal Summary:Eliminate 2540:140 as a bridge course and adds "C" as a minimum grade requirement.
 
SC-09-40Addition of a new AAS in Computer Information Systems, Industrial Computer Applications Option Bus TechNew program2009, FallSubmitted to Ohio Board of Regents
11/06/2009
 no04/09/2009
Proposal Summary:This proposed associate of applied science degree repackages existing courses across several departments to fill the industry needs for industrial computer application programmers and technicians. In addition, two new classes were developed to cover skills and knowledge not contained in existing courses.
 
SC-09-54Addition of a new Bachelor of Science option: Computer Information Systems, Industrial Computer Applications Option Bus TechNew program2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/26/2011
 no04/09/2009
Proposal Summary:This proposed bachelor of science degree repackages existing courses across several departments to fill the industry need for industrial computer application programmers and technicians.
 
EN-09-214250: Corrosion Engineering Program Chem ENew program2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/27/2011
 no04/29/2009
Proposal Summary:This proposal describes the new Corrosion Engineering Program offered at the BS level. The program will be the first of its kind in the US and will address a growing need for corrosion engineers in many fields.
---Proposal contact: Dr. Edward Evans
 
EN-09-21-074250:301 Aqueous Corrosion Lab Chem ECourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/08/2009
 no04/29/2009
Proposal Summary:This proposal describes the lab course that accompanies Fundamentals of Aqueous Corrosion
 
EN-09-21-084250:305 Corrosion Prevention (Aqueous) Chem ECourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/08/2009
 no04/29/2009
Proposal Summary:Course proposal for aqueous corrosion prevention
 
EN-09-21-094250:306 Aqueous Corrosion Lab 2 Chem ECourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/08/2009
 no04/29/2009
Proposal Summary:This proposal describes the second corrosion lab in the corrosion engineerng program
 
EN-09-21-104250:310 Fundamentals of Dry Corrosion Chem ECourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/08/2009
 no04/29/2009
Proposal Summary:This proposal describes a new course in the fundamentals of dry corrosion
 
EN-09-21-114250:311 High Temperature Corrosion Lab Chem ECourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/08/2009
 no04/29/2009
Proposal Summary:This proposal describes the high temperature corrosion lab
 
EN-09-21-124250:340 Corrosion Prevention (Dry) Chem ECourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/08/2009
 no04/29/2009
Proposal Summary:This proposal describes the corrosion prevention course that focusses on high temperature corrosion prevention
 
EN-09-21-134250:440/441 Corrosion Management 1 & 2 Chem ECourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/08/2009
 no04/29/2009
Proposal Summary:This proposal describes the corrosion management sequence
 
en-09-21-24250:105 Materials Science for Corrosion Engineering Chem ECourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/08/2009
 no04/29/2009
Proposal Summary:This proposal describes a materials science course for corrosion engineers.
 
EN-09-21-34250:497 Corrosion Engineering Honors Project Chem ECourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/08/2009
 no04/29/2009
Proposal Summary:This proposal describes the Honors Project for Corrosion Engineering
 
EN-09-21-44250:194 Corrosion Engineering Design Project Chem ECourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/08/2009
 no04/29/2009
Proposal Summary:This proposal describes the Design Course Sequence for Corrosion Engineering Students 4250:194, 4250:294, 4250:394, 4250:494
 
EN-09-21-54250:200 Material and Energy Balances for Corrosion Engineers Chem ECourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/08/2009
 no04/29/2009
Proposal Summary:Proposal describes a new course for Corrosion Engineering in Material and Energy Balances
 
EN-09-21-64250:300 Fundamentals of Aqueous Corrosion Chem ECourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/08/2009
 no04/29/2009
Proposal Summary:This proposal describes the fundamentals of aqueous corrosion course
 
EN-09-21.14250:101 Tools for Corrosion Engineering Chem ECourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/08/2009
 no04/29/2009
Proposal Summary:Tools Class
 
EN-09-224200:200 Material and Energy Balances Chem ECourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
02/13/2009
 no11/21/2008
Proposal Summary:Change pre requisite courses for Material and Energy Balances:
Add 3150:151 Principles of Chemistry 1;
Remove 3150:154 Qualitative Analysis
---Proposal Contact: Dr. Ed Evans
 
EN-09-234200:321 Transport Phenomena Chem ECourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
02/13/2009
 no11/21/2008
Proposal Summary:Change of pre requisite courses for Transport Phenomena:
Add 3450:335 Intro to Differential Equations;
Remove 3450:223 Calculus III
---Proposal Contact: Dr. Ed Evans
 
EN-09-244200:330 Chemical Reaction Engineering Chem ECourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
02/13/2009
 no11/21/2008
Proposal Summary:Change of prereq for Chemical Reaction Engineering:
Add prereq 3450:335 Intro to Differential Equations
---Proposal Contact: Dr. Ed Evans
 
EN-09-25420006C & 420007C Chemical Engr / Polymer Engr Certificates Chem EProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
02/17/2009
 no11/21/2008
Proposal Summary:Add a course as a design elective to Chemical Engr / Polymer Engr Certificate Programs in Dept of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering ---Proposal Contact: Dr. Ed Evans
 
EN-09-264200:441 Process Design I Chem ECourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
02/13/2009
 no11/21/2008
Proposal Summary:Change of Pre-req for Process Design I
Add 4200:341 Process Economics
---Proposal Contact: Dr. Ed Evans
 
AS-09-028BS Natural Sciences - Polymer Chemistry/MS Polymer Sciences ChemistryNew program2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/10/2009
 no03/09/2009
Proposal Summary:The Department of Polymer Science believes there is pool of talented high school students in northeast Ohio who would like the opportunity to study polymer science at one of the premier departments in the world. They believe there is a barrier to this since their department is a graduate program only. By packaging existing courses in a degree format that will allow students to obtain a quality undergraduate science degree that can be completed in three years, the barrier to attracting this talented pool of high school students will disappear. Since chemistry/polymer is one of the major industrial sectors in northeast Ohio, this program will greatly benefit the economy. See PS-09-04 for new course 9871:497.
 
AS09039Addition of elective to BS in Biochemistry ChemistryProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/05/2009
 no02/26/2009
Proposal Summary:Due to an oversight, we did not include 3150:399-Internship in Chemistry as an elective for the BS in Biochemistry. We would like to add this course to the elective list.
 
FAA-09-030Remove 7600:225 Listening from Interpersonal and Public Communication major CommProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/05/2009
 no01/22/2009
Proposal Summary:Remove 7600:225 Listening from the Interpersonal and Public Communication Major. This course is being deleted from the university catalog (see FAA-09-002)
 
FAA-09-056Change mode of delivery of 7600:115 to add online section CommCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
07/09/2009
 yes05/07/2009
Proposal Summary:This proposal is to add a web section to an existing course: 7600:115 Survey of Communication Theory
 
FAA-09-0737600:468 change course description CommCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/08/2009
 no04/07/2009
Proposal Summary:Update course description for 7600:468 Advanced Audio Video Editing
 
FAA-09-0747600:568 change course description CommCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/08/2009
 no04/07/2009
Proposal Summary:Update course description for 7600:568 Advanced Audio/Video Editing
 
FAA-09-0757600:481 change course description CommCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/08/2009
 no04/07/2009
Proposal Summary:Update course description for 7600:481 Film as Art
 
FAA-09-0767600:581 change course description CommCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/08/2009
 no04/07/2009
Proposal Summary:Update course description for 7600:581 Film as Art
 
FAA-09-0777600:417 prerequisite change CommCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/08/2009
 no04/07/2009
Proposal Summary:change prerequisite to 7600:417 New Media Production
 
Faa-09-0787600:516 add prerequisite CommCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/08/2009
 no04/07/2009
Proposal Summary:Add prerequisite to 7600:516 New Media Writing
 
FAA-09-0797600:375 change course description CommCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/08/2009
 no04/07/2009
Proposal Summary:Update course description of 7600:375 Communication Technology & Change
 
FAA-09-0807600:372 change course description CommCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/08/2009
 no04/07/2009
Proposal Summary:Update course description of 7600:372 Single Camera Production
 
FAA-09-0817600:368 CommCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/08/2009
 no04/07/2009
Proposal Summary:Update course description of 7600:368 Basic Audio Video Editing
 
FAA-09-0827600:280 change course description CommCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/08/2009
 no04/07/2009
Proposal Summary:Update course description of 7600:280 Media Production Techniques
 
FAA-09-0837600:228 title and course description change CommCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/08/2009
 no04/07/2009
Proposal Summary:Change title and course description of 7600:228 TV Production Practicum to be consistent with other practicum experiences in the School of Communication
 
FAA-09-0847600:233 change course description CommCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/08/2009
 no04/07/2009
Proposal Summary:correct error in printed Bulletin, course description was left out for 7600:233 Tel-Buch
 
FAA-09-0857600:232 change course description CommCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/08/2009
 no04/07/2009
Proposal Summary:correct error in printed Bulletin, course description was left out for 7600:232 Buchtelite
 
FAA-09-0867600:231 change course description CommCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/08/2009
 no04/07/2009
Proposal Summary:correct error in printed Bulletin, course description was left out for 7600:231 Forensics
 
FAA-09-0877600:230 change course description CommCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/08/2009
 no04/07/2009
Proposal Summary:correct error in printed Bulletin, course description was left out for 7600:230 WZIP-FM
 
FAA-09-0887600:408 prerequisite change CommCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/08/2009
 no04/07/2009
Proposal Summary:Add prerequisite to 7600:408 Women, Minorities, News. Make slight correction to course description.
 
FAA-09-0897600:517 prerequisite change CommCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/08/2009
 no04/07/2009
Proposal Summary:Change prerequisite to 7600:517 New Media Production
 
AS-09-085Proposed curriculum changes to M.S.C.S. program Comp SciProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/05/2009
 no03/10/2009
Proposal Summary:We propose to change the M.S.C.S. program by requiring the new Research Methodology course of all students, and replacing the current non-thesis option with a new one that involves more course work and no project or comprehensive exam. See AS-09-088 for new course 3460:598.
 
AS-09-088Proposal for 3460:598 Research Methodology course. Comp SciCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no03/10/2009
Proposal Summary:This proposal submits for approval a new required course for graduate students in the M.S.C.S. program on research methods in the field.
 
AS-09-089Deletion of 3460:692 Seminar in Computer Science from catalog. Comp SciCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
02/12/2009
 no12/19/2008
Proposal Summary:This proposal is to remove from the catalog a class that has not been offered by the department for the past few years, and which will likely not be offered in the future.
 
AS-09-137new 3460:898 Doctoral Research course Comp SciProgram changes2009, FallProposal Withdrawn
04/24/2009
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:This is a proposal to add a Doctoral Research course to the computer science curriculum for students in the Integrated Biosciences Ph.D. program who are studying under faculty in the c.s. department.
 
AS-09-138new 3460:899 Doctoral Dissertation course Comp SciProgram changes2009, FallProposal Withdrawn
04/24/2009
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:This is a proposal to add a Doctoral Dissertation course to the computer science curriculum for students in the Integrated Biosciences Ph.D. program who are studying under faculty in the c.s. department.
 
AS-09-074add Case Studies in Archaeology to General Education curriculum CSAACourse changes only2009, FallProposal Withdrawn
10/12/2009
 no05/12/2009
Proposal Summary:This proposal seeks to add a series of 1-credit courses entitled Case Studies in Archaeology to the General Education courses under the Social Sciences category, Set 7 Science/Technology/Society. Many of these courses are already in the Bulletin (3240:102-3240:108) while four proposed courses will be added to the Bulletin (3240:109-3240:112) under proposals AS-09-077,AS-09-078, AS-09-084, and AS-09-087). The remaining numbers within the series (as listed in the current Bulletin) are reserved for future courses under development.
 
AS-09-075New Course: Historical Archaeology CSAACourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no03/06/2009
Proposal Summary:This proposal adds a new permanent course in historical archaeology to the advanced courses offered by the department. This topic has been successfully taught as a "special topics" course in previous semesters.
 
AS-09-076Delete Egyptology I 3200:401 CSAACourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no03/06/2009
Proposal Summary:This proposal deletes the course Egyptology I (3200:401) as it is no longer taught. A significantly revised course with a similar title and different bulletin description is added to the Archaeology courses (3240) under a separate proposal (AS-09-086).
 
AS-09-077Add new course entitled The Assyrians 3240:109 CSAACourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/08/2009
 no04/16/2009
Proposal Summary:This proposal adds a new course entitled The Assyrians (3240:109) to the series Case Studies in Archaeology. This proposal simply seeks to create the new course. An additional proposal (AS-09-074) seeks to add the course created here into the General Education offerings under the Social Sciences category, Set 7 Science/Technology/Society.
 
AS-09-078Add a new course The Sumerians (3240:110) CSAACourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/08/2009
 no04/16/2009
Proposal Summary:This proposal adds a new course entitled The Sumerians (3240:110) to the series Case Studies in Archaeology. This proposal simply seeks to create the new course. An additional proposal (AS-09-074) seeks to add the course created here into the General Education offerings under the Social Sciences category, Set 7 Science/Technology/Society.
 
AS-09-079change credits for Special Topics in Archaeology 3240:472 CSAACourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no03/06/2009
Proposal Summary:This proposal changes the number of credits available for Special Topics in Archaeology 3240:472 from 3 to 1-6.
 
AS-09-080change credits for Special Topics in Archaeology (3240:572) CSAACourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no03/10/2009
Proposal Summary:This proposal changes the number of credits available for Special Topics in Archaeology 3240:572 from 3 to 1-6.
 
AS-09-081create new course Senior Honors Project in Archaeology (3240:499) CSAACourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no03/06/2009
Proposal Summary:This proposal creates a new course Senior Honors Project in Archaeology (3240:499) for students in the Honors College wishing to get an Honors degree in the subject.
 
AS-09-082change credits for Archaeological Field School (3240:450) CSAACourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no03/06/2009
Proposal Summary:This proposal changes the number of credits available for the Archaeological Field School (3240:450) from a variable 3-6 to a variable 1-6 credits.
 
AS-09-083change credits for Archaeological Field School (3240:550) CSAACourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no03/10/2009
Proposal Summary:This proposal changes the number of credits available for the Archaeological Field School (3240:550) from a variable 3-6 to a variable 1-6 credits.
 
AS-09-084New Course: Archaeology of Slavery (3240:111) CSAACourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/08/2009
 no04/16/2009
Proposal Summary:This proposal adds a new course entitled Archaeology of Slavery (3240:111) to the series Case Studies in Archaeology. This proposal simply seeks to create the new course. An additional proposal (AS-09-074) seeks to add the course created here into the General Education offerings under the Social Sciences category, Set 7 Science/Technology/Society.
 
AS-09-086Add course Egyptology 3240:345 CSAACourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no03/06/2009
Proposal Summary:This proposal adds a new course entitled Egyptology to the archaeology curriculum in CSAA. It replaces an earlier course with revised title, bulletin description, and content. The removal of the outdated course is covered in AS-09-076.
 
AS-09-087New course: The Aztecs (3240:112) CSAACourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/08/2009
 no04/16/2009
Proposal Summary:This proposal adds a new course entitled The Aztecs (3240:112) to series Case Studies in Archaeology. This proposal simply seeks to create the new course. An additional proposal (AS-09-074) seeks to add the course created here into the General Education offerings under the Social Sciences category, Set 7 Science/Technology/Society.
 
AS-09-129course title change: Human Cultures (3230:150) CSAACourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no03/12/2009
Proposal Summary:This proposal changes the title of Cultural Anthropology (3230:150) to Human Cultures and updates the Bulletin Description to reflect contemporary course content.
 
ED-09-015500:480 Mode of Delivery Change Curric & ISCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/08/2009
 yes04/30/2009
Proposal Summary:Add distance learning (web-enhanced, web-based, and online) to existing face-to-face mode of delivery for 5500:480 Special Topics course.
 
ED-09-025500:780 Mode of Delivery Change Curric & ISCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/01/2010
 yes05/26/2010
Proposal Summary:Add distance learning (web-enhanced, web-based, and online) to existing face-to-face mode of delivery for 5500:780 Seminar in Curricular & Instructional Studies.
 
ED-09-10Create new course -- Literacy Instruction for P-12 Foreign/Second Language Learners Curric & ISCourse changes only2009, FallUnder development
09/30/2008
 no
Proposal Summary:Create new course, Literacy Instruction for P-12 Foreign/Second Language Learners, for undergraduate and graduate Foreign Language programs.
 
ED-09-11Undergraduate French Foreign Language Program Change Curric & ISProgram changes2009, FallUnder development
12/04/2008
 no
Proposal Summary:Remove existing course 5500:455/555 Literacy for Multiage Licensure and replace with new course 5500:488/588 Literacy Instruction for P-12 Foreign/Second Language Learners.
 
ED-09-12Undergraduate Spanish Foreign Language Program Change Curric & ISProgram changes2009, FallUnder development
12/04/2008
 no
Proposal Summary:Remove existing course 5500:455/555 Literacy for Multiage Licensure and replace with new course 5500:488/588 Literacy Instruction for P-12 Foreign/Second Language Learners.
 
ED-09-13Course title change for 5500:487/543 Curric & ISCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
02/13/2009
 no11/24/2008
Proposal Summary:Change course title for 5500:487/543 from Techniques for Teaching English as a Second Language in the Bilingual Classroom, to Techniques for Teaching English as a Second Language.
 
ED-09-14Grad French Foreign Language Program Change Curric & ISProgram changes2009, FallUnder development
11/10/2008
 no
Proposal Summary:Remove existing course 5500:455/555 Literacy for Multiage Licensure and replace with new course, 5500:488/588 Literacy Instruction for P-12 Foreign/Second Language Learners.
 
ED-09-16Add OPI requirement to Graduate French Programs Curric & ISProgram changes2009, Summer IFinal Approval Granted
05/05/2009
 no01/22/2009
Proposal Summary:Add wording, “Candidates must achieve the minimum level of Advanced Low on OPI prior to student teaching” to existing graduate French Foreign Language Program requirements.
 
ED-09-17Add OPI requirement to Graduate Spanish Programs Curric & ISProgram changes2009, Summer IFinal Approval Granted
05/05/2009
 no01/22/2009
Proposal Summary:Add wording, “Candidates must achieve the minimum level of Advanced Low on OPI prior to student teaching” to existing graduate Spanish Foreign Language Program requirements.
 
ED-09-18Grad Spanish Foreign Language Program Change Curric & ISProgram changes2009, FallUnder development
10/20/2008
 no
Proposal Summary:Remove existing course 5500:455/555 Literacy for Multiage Licensure and replace with new course 5500:xxx/xxx Literacy Instruction for P-12 Foreign/Second Language Learners.
 
ED-09-26Add OPI requirement to Undergraduate Spanish Programs Curric & ISProgram changes2009, SpringFinal Approval Granted
05/05/2009
 no01/22/2009
Proposal Summary:Add wording, "Candidates must achieve the minimum level of Advanced Low on OPI prior to student teaching" to existing undergraduate Spanish Foreign Language program requirements.
 
ED-09-27Add OPI requirement to Undergraduate French Programs Curric & ISProgram changes2009, SpringFinal Approval Granted
05/05/2009
 no01/22/2009
Proposal Summary:Add wording, "Candidates must achieve the minimum level of Advanced Low on OPI prior to student teaching" to existing undergraduate French Foreign Language program requirements.
 
ED-09-285500:600 - Concepts of Curriculum & Instruction -- Change Bulletin Description Curric & ISCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 yes02/09/2009
Proposal Summary:Change general bulletin description to reflect field hour requirements.
 
ED-09-29Change Psychology Course in Educational Foundations for Master of Arts in Special Education for Practicing Teachers Curric & ISProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/05/2009
 no02/09/2009
Proposal Summary:Change Education Psychology course to better ensure students are taking appropriate coursework in Educational Foundations in the MA in Special Education for practicing teachers.
 
ED-09-305610:605 - Inclusion Models and Strategies -- Change Bulletin Description Curric & ISCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 yes02/09/2009
Proposal Summary:Change general bulletin description to reflect field hour requirements.
 
ED-09-31New Literacy Specialist Certificate Program Curric & ISNew program2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
07/13/2009
 yes04/30/2009
Proposal Summary:Creation of a new program called Literacy Specialist Certificate.
 
ED-09-32MA Secondary Education Course Clarification Curric & ISProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/05/2009
 no02/09/2009
Proposal Summary:Remove the ‘or’ within program course listing to better clarify coursework students are to take for the MA in Secondary Education.
 
ED-09-33MA Elementary Education Course Clarification Curric & ISProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/05/2009
 no03/09/2009
Proposal Summary:Remove the ‘or’ within program course listing to better clarify coursework students are to take for the MA in Elementary Education.
 
ED-09-34AYA Int SS Graduate Program Change Curric & ISProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/05/2009
 no02/09/2009
Proposal Summary:Change course requirements in “teaching field” in order to better align with accrediting body standards and PRAXIS II outcomes.
 
ED-09-35AYA Int SS Undergraduate Program Change Curric & ISProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/05/2009
 no01/22/2009
Proposal Summary:Change course requirements in teaching field in order to better align with accrediting body standards and PRAXIS II outcomes.
 
ED-09-36Special Education-Moderate/Intensive Student Teaching--Credit hour change  Curric & ISProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/05/2009
 no01/22/2009
Proposal Summary:Increase in credit hours (3 hours more) for student teaching experience in Intervention Specialist Moderate/Intensive Educational Needs program to better reflect ratio of credit hours to weeks across college.
 
ED-09-37Early Childhood Student Teaching--Credit hour change Curric & ISProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/05/2009
 no01/22/2009
Proposal Summary:Reduction in credit hours (1 hour less) for student teaching experience in Early Childhood programs to better reflect ratio of credit hours to weeks across college.
 
ED-09-38Middle Level Student Teaching -- Credit hour change Curric & ISProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/05/2009
 no01/22/2009
Proposal Summary:Reduction in credit hours (1 hour less) for student teaching experience in Middle Level programs to better reflect ratio of credit hours to weeks across college.
 
ED-09-39P-12 Music Education Student Teaching -- Credit hour change  Curric & ISCourse changes only2009, FallProposal Withdrawn
03/19/2009
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:Increase in credit hours (1 hour more) for student teaching experience in P-12 Music Education program to better reflect ratio of credit hours to weeks across college.
 
ED-09-40Special Education-Mild/Moderate Student Teaching--Credit hour change  Curric & ISProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/05/2009
 no01/22/2009
Proposal Summary:Increase in credit hours (3 hours more) for student teaching experience in Intervention Specialist Mild/Moderate Educational Needs program to better reflect ratio of credit hours to weeks across college.
 
ED-09-41Special Education-ECIS Student Teaching--Credit hour change Curric & ISProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/18/2009
 no04/01/2009
Proposal Summary:Increase in credit hours (3 hours more) for student teaching experience in Early Childhood Intervention Specialist program to better reflect ratio of credit hours to weeks across college.
 
ED-09-42AYA (Adolescent-Young Adult) Graduate Student Teaching--Credit hour change Curric & ISProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/18/2009
 no04/01/2009
Proposal Summary:Increase in credit hours (2 hours more) for student teaching experience in graduate-level AYA (Adolescent-Young Adult) programs to better reflect ratio of credit hours to weeks across college.
 
ED-09-43Special Education Graduate Student Teaching--Credit hour change Curric & ISProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/05/2009
 no02/27/2009
Proposal Summary:Increase in credit hours (3 hours more) for student teaching experience in graduate-level Intervention Specialist programs to better reflect ratio of credit hours to weeks across college.
 
ED-09-44P-12/Multi-Age Graduate Student Teaching--Credit hour change Curric & ISProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/18/2009
 no04/01/2009
Proposal Summary:Increase in credit hours (2-3 hours more) for student teaching experience in graduate-level P-12/Multi-Age graduate programs to better reflect ratio of credit hours to weeks across college.
 
ED-09-49Master's in C&I with Multi-Age Drama-Theatre Licensure program change Curric & ISProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/18/2009
 no04/30/2009
Proposal Summary:Remove existing course, Advanced Instructional Techniques, and replace with two courses: (1) Methods of Teaching Elementary Drama and (2) Methods of Teaching Secondary Drama.
 
ED-09-50P-12 Drama-Theatre Education program change Curric & ISProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/18/2009
 no04/24/2009
Proposal Summary:Remove existing course, Instructional Techniques, and replace with two courses: (1) Methods of Teaching Elementary Drama and (2) Methods of Teaching Secondary Drama.
 
ED-09-51MS in C&I with Visual Arts Licensure changes Curric & ISProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/18/2009
 no04/30/2009
Proposal Summary:Remove Museology from list of required content courses. Add 3 additional hours of Special Topics in Art Education to program.
 
ED-09-52Middle Level Math teaching field course changes Curric & ISProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/18/2009
 no04/24/2009
Proposal Summary:Replace some existing teaching field (content) courses in the Middle Level Math program with new courses proposed by Math Department which are intended to show preservice teachers why what they will be teaching is the gateway to their students' continuing education in mathematics and science.
 
ED-09-53Pre-requisite change for 5200:325 Adv. EC Curriculum Curric & ISCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/08/2009
 no04/24/2009
Proposal Summary:For the Early Childhood Program, change prerequisite courses for 5200:325 Advanced Early Childhood Curriculum course by removing 5500:370 (Educational Implementation) and adding 5500:360 (Educational Planning) as the prerequisite.
 
ED-09-545610:691 Course Name Change Curric & ISCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/08/2009
 no04/30/2009
Proposal Summary:Change name of existing course, 5610:691 -- Student Teaching Seminar to 5610:691 – School-based Externship Seminar. Revise bulletin description.
 
ED-09-555610:692 Course Name Change Curric & ISCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/08/2009
 no04/30/2009
Proposal Summary:Change name of existing course, 5610:692 -- Student Teaching School Audiology to 5610:692 – School-based Externship: School Audiology. Revise bulletin description to reflect the externship.
 
ED-09-565610:693 Course Name Change Curric & ISCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/08/2009
 no04/30/2009
Proposal Summary:Change name of existing course, 5610:693 -- Student Teaching Speech Language Pathology to 5610:693 – School-based Externship: Speech Language Pathology. Revise bulletin description to reflect the externship.
 
ED-09-575500:341 Lab Practicum in Reading -- Change Bulletin Description Curric & ISCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/08/2009
 no04/30/2009
Proposal Summary:Change general bulletin description to reflect field hour requirements.
 
ED-09-585500:628 -- Literacy Assessment Practicum -- Change Bulletin Description Curric & ISCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/08/2009
 no04/30/2009
Proposal Summary:Change general bulletin description to reflect field hour requirements.
 
ED-09-595500:485 Teaching Language Literacy to 2nd Language Learners -- Change bulletin description Curric & ISCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/08/2009
 no04/30/2009
Proposal Summary:Change general bulletin description to reflect field hour requirements.
 
ED-09-605500:541 -- Teaching Language Literacy to 2nd Language Learners -- Change Bulletin Description Curric & ISCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/08/2009
 no04/30/2009
Proposal Summary:Change general bulletin description to reflect field hour requirements.
 
ED-09-61Change Bulletin Description Curric & ISCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/08/2009
 no04/30/2009
Proposal Summary:Change general bulletin description to reflect field hour requirements. [Note: The course number affected in this proposal is already is in the database in ED-09-13. Therefore, the course number on the course change form here shows xxxx:xxx.]
 
ED-09-72New Course -- Fifth Grade Curriculum & Instruction Curric & ISCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
02/05/2010
 yes11/11/2009
Proposal Summary:Create new course, Fifth Grade Curriculum and Instruction to offer those individuals who seek to add Early Childhood Generalist Endorsement (Grades 4-5) to an existing Early Childhood P-3 teaching license.
 
ED-09-73New Course – Fourth Grade Curriculum and Instruction Curric & ISCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
02/05/2010
 yes11/11/2009
Proposal Summary:Create new course, Fourth Grade Curriculum and Instruction to offer those individuals who seek to add Early Childhood Generalist Endorsement (Grades 4-5) to an existing Early Childhood P-3 teaching license.
 
ED-09-74New Course -- Development of Children Grades Four & Five Curric & ISCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
02/05/2010
 yes11/11/2009
Proposal Summary:Create new course, Development of Children Grades Four and Five to offer those individuals who seek to add Early Childhood Generalist Endorsement (Grades 4-5) to an existing Early Childhood P-3 teaching license.
 
ED-09-75Change College of Education admission requirements in Graduate Bulletin Curric & ISProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
02/05/2010
 no11/11/2009
Proposal Summary:Specific criteria for the requirement, “Evidence of competency in reading comprehension, writing, and mathematics,” as described in current Graduate Bulletin (page 49).
 
FAA-09-048Change prerequisite for 7920:321 Rhythmic Analysis for Dance DanceCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no03/17/2009
Proposal Summary:Change prerequisite for 7920:321 Rhythmic Analysis for Dance
 
FAA-09-049Add corequisite and change prerequisite for 7920:141 Pointe I DanceCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no03/17/2009
Proposal Summary:Add corequisite and change prerequisite for 7920:141 Pointe I
 
FAA-09-051Reformat BFA in Dance in Undergraduate Bulletin DanceProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/05/2009
 no03/17/2009
Proposal Summary:Reformat BFA in Dance in Undergraduate Bulletin
 
FAA-09-052Program change to BA in Dance Studies with a Business Cognate DanceProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/05/2009
 no03/17/2009
Proposal Summary:Program change to BA in Dance Studies with a Business Cognate.
 
FAA-09-053Change prerequisite for 7920:317 Choreography II DanceCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no03/17/2009
Proposal Summary:Change prerequisite for 7920:317 Choreography II
 
FAA-09-054Change prerequisite for 7920:416 Choreography III DanceCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no03/17/2009
Proposal Summary:Change prerequisite for 7920:416 Choreography III
 
FAA-09-055Change prerequisite for 7920:417 Choreography IV DanceCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no03/17/2009
Proposal Summary:Change prerequisite for 7920:417 Choreography IV
 
FAA-09-065Change prerequisite for 7920:433 Dance History: 20th Century DanceCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no03/17/2009
Proposal Summary:Add 7900:200 Viewing Dance as an alternative prerequisite to 7920:433 Dance History: 20th Century
 
FAA-09-066Change prerequisite for 7920:432 History of Ballet DanceCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no03/17/2009
Proposal Summary:Add 7900:200 Viewing Dance as an alternative prerequisite to 7920:432 History of Ballet
 
FAA-09-067Change prerequisite for 7920:361 Learning Theory for Dance DanceCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no03/17/2009
Proposal Summary:Add 5100:220 Educational Psychology (3) as an alternative prerequisite for 7920:361 Learning Theory.
 
FAA-09-068Program Change from BA in Dance to BA in Dance Education DanceProgram changes2009, Summer IFinal Approval Granted
08/08/2012
 no08/08/2012
Proposal Summary:Program Change from BA in Dance to BA in Dance Education
 
FAA-09-090Change prerequisite for 7920:122 Ballet V DanceCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/08/2009
 no04/07/2009
Proposal Summary:Change prerequisite for 7920:122 Ballet V to "permission or a B+ or better for one semester in 7900:225."
 
FAA-09-091Change prerequisite for 7920:222 Ballet VI DanceCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/08/2009
 no04/07/2009
Proposal Summary:Change prerequisite for 7920:222 Ballet VI to "permission or a B+ or better for one semester in 7920:122 Ballet V."
 
FAA-09-50Add corequisite to 7920:241 Pointe II DanceCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/08/2009
 no04/20/2009
Proposal Summary:Add corequisite to 7920:241 Pointe II
 
AS-09-001Blanket DL course proposal - A&S Deans OffCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no03/09/2009
Proposal Summary:This proposal is to ensure that course listings accurately reflect how courses are taught, with respect to distance learning (Board of Trustees rule 3359-20-05.2). This mode of delivery proposal applies to courses that have been offered in one of the DL classrooms or otherwise transmitted to another site off campus between Fall 2001 through September 2008.

3250 100 Introduction to Economics;
3300 111 English Composition I;
3300 112 English English Composition II;
3350 100 Introduction to Geography;
3370 100 Earth Science;
3400 391 World Civ: Latin America;
3450 591 W: Mathematics;
3450 638 Theory & Appl of Wavelets;
3500 101 Beg: Modern Language I;
3500 102 Beg: Modern Language II;
3530 101 Beginning German I;
3600 497 Ind St: Philosophy;
3650 130 Descriptive Astronomy;
3700 100 Government & Politics in US;
3700 210 State & Local Govt & Politics;
3700 381 State Politics;
3700 392 Sel T: Political Science;
3700 440 Survey Research Methods;
3700 470 Campaign Management I;
3700 471 Campaign Management II;
3700 472 Campaign Finance;
3700 473 Voter Contact & Elections;
3700 474 Political Opin/Behav/Elec Pol;
3700 477 Lobbying;
3700 570 Campaign Management I;
3700 571 Campaign Management II;
3700 600 Scope & Theories of Poli Sci;
3700 601 Res Meth: Political Science;
3700 655 Campaign & Election Law;
3700 668 Sem Publc Policy Agenda & Decs;
3700 672 Sem Political Influence & Org;
3700 690 ST: Political Science;
3750 100 Introduction to Psychology;
3850 100 Introduction to Sociology;
3240 100 Introduction to Archaeology;
3460 209 Intro to Computer Science;
3700 540 Survey Research Methods;
3700 572 Campaign Finance;
3700 577 Lobbying;
3700 630 National Politics;


 
AS-09-002Blanket course deletion proposal - A&S Deans OffCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no03/09/2009
Proposal Summary: This proposal is to ensure that course listings accurately reflect our current course offerings by deleting courses that have not been offered in the past five years where departments have no plans of offering them in the future.

3100 104 Introduction to Ecology Lab
3100 105 Introduction to Ecology
3100 392 Biology of Aging
3100 400 Food Plants
3100 412 Advanced Ecology
3100 441 Plant Development
3100 442 Plant Anatomy
3100 445 Plant Morphology
3100 500 Food Plants
3100 541 Plant Development
3100 542 Plant Anatomy
3100 545 Plant Morphology
3150 301 Basic Biochemistry
3150 481 Advanced Chemistry Lab IV
3150 621 Advanced Preparations I
3150 639 Descriptive Inorganic Chem
3200 590 W: Classics
3210 121 Beginning Greek I
3210 122 Beginning Greek II
3210 223 Intermediate Greek
3210 224 Intermediate Greek
3210 303 Advanced Greek
3210 304 Advanced Greek
3300 251 T: World Literature
3300 302 English Literature II
3300 342 American Literature II
3300 421 Swift & Pope
3300 691 Bibliography & Literary Rsch
3350 306 Mapping the Earth
3350 602 Sem: Geography
3370 123 Interpret Earths Geol History
3370 131 Geology & Society
3370 202 Geology of National Parks
3370 549 Borehole Geophysics
3450 429 Num Solutns for Ord Dif Equa
3450 529 Num Solutns for Ord Dif Equtns
3450 530 Num Solut for Partl Diff Equa
3450 622 Measure Theory
3460 208 Introd to C++ Programming
3460 302 Programming Apps with COBOL
3460 401 Fundamentals of Data Structures
3460 467 Microprocessor Prog & Interfac
3460 470 Automata, Comput & Formal Lang
3460 491 W: Computer Science
3460 567 Microprocessor Prog & Interfac
3460 570 Automata, Comput & Formal Lang
3460 591 W: Computer Science
3460 640 Advanced Compiler Des & Constr
3460 657 Advanced Computer Graphics
3460 675 Advanced Database Management
3500 320 French Canadian Lit in Transl
3520 404 Advanced French Comp & Conv
3520 411 17th Century French Literature
3520 415 18th Century French Literature
3520 450 Explication De Textes
3520 507 French Lit of Mid Ages & Renai
3520 511 17th Century French Literature
3520 515 18th Century French Literature
3520 519 19th Century French Literature
3530 522 Grmn: ST Adv Lang Skl/Cult/Lit
3570 498 Individual Reading in Russian
3580 415 Age of Reason&Rom Rebel Spain
3580 423 Spanish-Amer Lit Before 1900
3580 515 Age of Reason&Rom Rebel Spain
3580 523 Spanish-Amer Lit Before 1900
3580 524 Race & Ethn Ind Cul 20 C Sp Am
3700 380 Urban Politics & Policies
3700 415 Comparative Foreign Policy
3700 490 Workshop in Political Science
3700 505 Politics in the Middle East
3700 515 Comparative Foreign Policy
3700 626 Sem Politics of Devel Nations
3750 446 Research Design & Analysis
3750 485 Applied Developmental Psych
3750 490 W: Psychology
3750 590 W: Psychology
3750 728 Applied Cogn Aging Psy:Soc Dvl
3750 733 Appl Cogn Ag Psych: Research
3850 334 Social Organization
3850 335 Social Behavior in Organizatns
3850 345 Family & Health
3850 444 Social Issues in Aging
3850 471 Field Placement in Corrections
3850 613 Sociology of Prgm Eval & Impl
3850 645 Social Organization
3850 657 Urban Health Care
3850 681 Cross Cultural Persps in Aging
3850 707 Measurement in Sociology
3850 712 Exper & Quasi-Exp Rsch in Soc
3850 721 ST: Sociological Theory
3850 767 ST: Deviance & Disorganization
3980 636 Parks & Recreation
3650 131 Astronomy by Inquiry
 
AS-09-015Change prerequisites and course number for 300 level area studies and cultural diversity courses Deans OffCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
07/09/2009
 no07/08/2009
Proposal Summary:Change the prerequisites and lower the course number of General Education Area Studies & Cultural diversity courses. The prerequisites will become 32 credits plus English Composition I and II and course numbers will be lowered to the 200 level for Geography of Cultural Diversity (3350:375), World Civilizations (3400:385, 386, 387, 388, 389, 390, 391), and Japanese Culture through Film (3560:304).
 
AS-09-090Change in A&S College Baccalaureate Degree requirement Deans OffProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/05/2009
 no02/26/2009
Proposal Summary:Rewording of one of the A&S College Baccalaureate Degree requirement to: Attaining a minimum grade-point average of 2.00 for all courses in the major department at The University of Akron, unless otherwise stated in the Programs of Instruction.
 
AS-09--063Addition of Undergraduate Prerequisites for Admission to MA program EconomicsProgram changes2009, FallProposal Withdrawn
11/24/2008
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:Add six undergraduate prerequisites for admission to the MA program in economics.
 
AS-09-063Formalize MA Economics Program Prerequisites EconomicsProgram changes2009, Summer IFinal Approval Granted
05/05/2009
 no03/10/2009
Proposal Summary:This proposal adds undergraduate pre-requisite courses in economics for regular admission into the Master's Program in Economics.
 
AS-09-064Graduate Internship in Economics EconomicsCourse changes only2009, Summer IFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no03/10/2009
Proposal Summary:A variable-credit internship in economics course is being added to the curriculum as an elective for students in the MA program in economics.
 
AS-09-125Change Pre-requisites for 3250:230 EconomicsCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no02/26/2009
Proposal Summary:Additional pre-requisite course options for 3250:230. The current course pre-requisite is 3250:100, Introduction to Economics. This proposal will permit student to register for the course if they have taken other principles courses in economics.
 
ED-09-09Blanket course deletion: Educational Foundations & Leadership Ed Foun & LCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/08/2009
 no04/06/2009
Proposal Summary:Deletion of courses no longer offered in our department programs.
 
ED-09-15Change of Mode of Delivery for 5100:624 Ed Foun & LCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 yes02/16/2009
Proposal Summary:This is a request to change the mode of delivery for 5100:624 to complete on-line. This does not preclude our also offering this course as a ftf, web enhanced or web-based course also.
 
ED-09-45Suspend Admission to Superintendent Licensure Program Ed Foun & LProgram changes2009, SpringFinal Approval Granted
06/02/2010
 no04/30/2009
Proposal Summary:Suspend admission to the Superintendent Lisensure program immediately.
 
SC-09-52AAS Construction Engineering Technology Eng&Sci TechProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
08/11/2009
 no05/07/2009
Proposal Summary:This proposal adds one course to the technical electives offered for the degree.
“Pending approval of SC-09-53”
 
SC-09-53Bachelor of Science - Construction Engineering Technology  Eng&Sci TechProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
02/23/2010
 no05/07/2009
Proposal Summary:This proposal changes the title of 2990:465 Heavy Construction Methods to Heavy Construction Estimating. It also creates a new course: Administration of Public Projects (2990:360) and adds this course to the technical electives offered for the degree.

 
SC09-39Surveying Engineering Technology Eng&Sci TechProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
08/11/2009
 no05/07/2009
Proposal Summary:Change Program title from Surveying Engineering Technology to Land Surveying in order to meet accreditation criteria as required by Applied Science Accreditation Commission (ASAC). Add course 2030:260 Advanced Trig.(2 cr. hrs) and reduce elective credits by two (credit) to accommodate this change.
 
AS-09-068Add Prerequisites to ALL 400-level courses EnglishProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/05/2009
 no02/26/2009
Proposal Summary:Add prerequisites of "64 credit hours required to enroll" to ALL 400 level English courses in the bulletin.
 
AS-09-069Delete Minor in English Literature EnglishProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/05/2009
 no02/26/2009
Proposal Summary:Delete Minor in English Literature.
 
AS-09-070Delete Minor in American Literature EnglishProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/05/2009
 no02/26/2009
Proposal Summary:Delete Minor in American Literature.
 
AS-09-071Add requirements to the English major. EnglishProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/05/2009
 no02/26/2009
Proposal Summary:Add requirements to the English major.
 
AS-09-124Add new course - 3300:189 EnglishCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no03/06/2009
Proposal Summary:Add new course-3300:189.
 
EN-09-19Graduate Bulletin Change EngPHDCourse changes only2009, FallUnder development
02/17/2009
 no
Proposal Summary:Change to UA Graduate Bulletin. The Degree Requirements section under MASTER OF SCIENCE DEGREES is udpated (reference page 40 of the 2008-2009 UA Graduate Bulletin).
---Proposal Contact: Dr. Iqbal Husain
 
EN-09-002Blanket Course Deletion Proposal EngUGCourse changes only2009, FallUnder development
02/17/2009
 no
Proposal Summary:Remove from the university's active course list: graduate and undergraduate courses that have not been offered within the last five years (i.e. since Spring 2003)
---Proposal Contact: Dr. Craig Menzemer
 
FAA-09-024Update admission requirements for BA in Family and Consumer Sciences Education FCSProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/05/2009
 no01/22/2009
Proposal Summary:Update admission requirements to College of Education in the program of study and bulletin description for BA in Family and Consumer Sciences Education major.
 
FAA-09-025Change 7400:496, Parent Education, to an online course. FCSCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
02/13/2009
 yes02/09/2009
Proposal Summary:In order to offer more options to students, we are proposing
to change the mode of delivery for Parent Education – 7400:496 - from traditional delivery course to online delivery.
 
FAA-09-026New Course- Advanced Fiber Arts FCSCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/08/2009
 no04/08/2009
Proposal Summary:This course has been offered as 7400:485 Seminar in FCS, and is now being proposed as a new course. This course will serve as a recommended elective for students in the B.A. in Fashion Merchandising Fiber Arts Track and is particularly needed with the deletion on 7400:423 Professional Image Analysis (FAA-09-002).
 
FAA-09-027New course- Textiles for Interiors FCSCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/08/2009
 no04/07/2009
Proposal Summary:Add 7400:522 Textiles for Interiors to align the graduate course directed with the interiors program course 7400:422. Currently, we offer 7400:525 Advanced Textiles twice a year, linking it in the fall with 7400:425 and in the spring with 7400:422. The name for 7400:525 has been changed to Textiles for Apparel (FAA-09-028) which necessitates this name change.

There will be no added resources needed as 7400:525 is now being offered twice a year –in the fall to be offered with 7400:425 and in the spring with 7400:422. The new course, 7400:522 will replace the spring offering in conjunction with 7400:422.

 
FAA-09-0287400:525 Course Title Change FCSCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no02/09/2009
Proposal Summary:Change course title for 7400:525 from Advanced Textiles to Textiles for Apparel.
 
FAA-09-029New Graduate Course- Advanced Fiber Arts FCSCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/08/2009
 no04/07/2009
Proposal Summary:This course has been offered as 7400:585 Seminar in FCS, and is now being proposed as a new course. This course will replace 7400:523 Professional Image Analysis. (FAA-09-001)
 
FAA-09-0387400:310 Food Systems Management I Credit Change FCSCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no01/22/2009
Proposal Summary:Advanced Food Preparation 7400: 403 includes a portion of material that was originally included in Food Systems Management I. This allows a reduction in the content of 7400:310 Food Systems Mgt I; therefore, Food Systems Management I should be 4 credits instead of 5.

 
FAA-09-039Food and Consumer Sciences Program Change FCSProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/05/2009
 no01/22/2009
Proposal Summary:Remove the hold from the Food and Consumer Sciences major and reactivate the major under a new name: Food and Environmental Nutrition and change program requirements to reflect current practices in the profession.
 
FAA-09-0407400:446, Culture, Ethnicity, and the Family On-line section FCSCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
02/13/2009
 yes02/09/2009
Proposal Summary:Convert a section of 7400:446 Culture, Ethnicity and the Family to an online course.
 
FAA-09-0417400:401 American Families in Poverty On-line Section FCSCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
02/18/2009
 yes03/04/2009
Proposal Summary:Create an online section of 7400:401 American Families in Poverty
 
FAA-09-0577400:501 American Families in Poverty On-line section FCSCourse changes only2009, Summer IIFinal Approval Granted
02/13/2009
 yes02/09/2009
Proposal Summary:Create an online section of 7400:501, American Families in Poverty This is the graduate course linked to 7400:401 (see FAA-09-041)
 
FAA-09-0587400:546 Culture, Ethnicity and the Family On-line section FCSCourse changes only2009, Summer IIFinal Approval Granted
02/13/2009
 yes02/09/2009
Proposal Summary:Create an online section of 7400:546, Culture, Ethnicity, and the Family. This is linked to 7400:446 (see FAA-09-040)
 
FAA-09-059Change 7400:596 Parent Education to an online course FCSCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
02/13/2009
 yes02/09/2009
Proposal Summary:In order to offer more options to students, we are proposing
to change the mode of delivery for Parent Education –7400:596 from traditional delivery course to online delivery.
 
FAA-09-062Discontinue the Step-Up Option in Dietetics FCSProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/05/2009
 no01/22/2009
Proposal Summary:Discontinue the Step-Up Option with Summit College (Restaurant Management) into the Bachelor of Science Program in Dietetics
 
FAA-09-063B.S. in Dietetics Didactic Program Option Change FCSProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/05/2009
 no01/22/2009
Proposal Summary:Total credit hours for the Didactic Program Option in Dietetics would change from 130 to 129 credit hours to reflect reduced credit hours for 7400:310 Food Systems Management I from 5 credits to 4 credits (FAA-09-038)
 
FAA-09-064B.S. in Dietetics Coordinated Program Option Change FCSProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/05/2009
 no01/22/2009
Proposal Summary:Credit hours for the Coordinated Program in Dietetics would change from 138 to 137 credit hours to reflect reduce credit hours for 7400:310 Food Systems Management I from 5 credits to 4 credits. (FAA-09-038)
 
FAA-09-0727400:491 Career-Technical FCS Instructional Strategies add prerequisites FCSCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/08/2009
 no04/07/2009
Proposal Summary:Add the following courses as prerequisites to 7400:491 Career-Technical FCS Instructional Strategies. 5100:200 Introduction to Education; 5100:220 Educational Psychology and 7400:241 Introduction to FCS Education.
 
FAA-09-0937400:301 Consumer Education offer online section FCSCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
07/09/2009
 yes05/07/2009
Proposal Summary:In order to offer more options to students, we are proposing offering selected sections of 7400:301 Consumer Education, online.
 
FAA-09-094Change 7400:360 Parent-Child Relations to an online course FCSCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
07/09/2009
 yes05/07/2009
Proposal Summary:In order to offer more options to students, we are proposing
to included online delivery for Parent Child Relations –7400:360.
 
FFA-09-024Family & Consumer Sciences Education- Change in Admission Requirements to the College of Education  FCSProgram changes2009, FallProposal Withdrawn
10/13/2008
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:Change in the College of Education admission requirements in the area of Academic Achievement (see ED-08-22) is submitted for the Family and Consumer Sciences Education program.
 
BA-09-076400:301 Corporate Finance - change in prerequisites FinanceCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
02/12/2009
 no11/27/2008
Proposal Summary:6400:301 Corporate Finance - change in prerequisites
 
BA-09-106400:200 Foundations in Personal Finance - Prerequistite Change FinanceCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
02/12/2009
 no11/27/2008
Proposal Summary:6400:200 Foundations in Personal Finance - Prerequistite Change
 
BA-09-16Eliminate Financial Services Program - Real Estate Concentration FinanceProgram changes2009, FallProposal Withdrawn
01/27/2009
 no11/27/2008
Proposal Summary:Eliminate Financial Services Program – Real Estate Concentration from the bulletin. Leave a brief description and encourage students to contact the department or undergraduate advising for additional information.
 
BA-09-17Change in title of Corporate Financial Management Program  FinanceProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/26/2009
 no11/27/2008
Proposal Summary:Change in title of Corporate Financial Management Program to Corporate Financial Management Major
 
BA-09-23Eliminate Financial Planning Concentration from Undergraduate Bulletin FinanceProgram changes2009, FallProposal Withdrawn
01/27/2009
 no11/27/2008
Proposal Summary:Eliminate Financial Planning Concentration from the Undergraduate Bulletin.
 
BA-09-24Change Financial Services Program to Financial Services Major FinanceProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/26/2009
 no11/27/2008
Proposal Summary:Change Financial Services Program to Financial Services Major.
 
BA-09-306400:402 - Prerequisite change - must be a declared major in any four year baccalaureate program FinanceCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no01/27/2009
Proposal Summary:6400:402 - Prerequisite change - at a minimum must have been admitted to a four year degree granting college.
 
BA-09-316400:403-Prerequisite change – must be a declared major in any four year baccalaureate program  FinanceCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no01/27/2009
Proposal Summary:6400:403-Real Estate Finance - Prerequisite change – at a minimum must have been admitted to a four year degree granting college
 
BA-09-326400:414 - Prerequisite change – must be a declared major in any four year baccalaureate program  FinanceCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no01/27/2009
Proposal Summary:6400:414 - Prerequisite change – at a minimum must have been admitted to a four year degree granting college
 
BA-09-336400:415-Prerequisite change – must be a declared major in any four year baccalaureate program  FinanceCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no01/27/2009
Proposal Summary:6400:415-Risk Management: Life & Health Insurance - Prerequisite change – at a minimum must have been admitted to a four year degree granting college
 
BA-09-346400:416-Prerequisite change – must be a declared major in any four year baccalaureate program  FinanceCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no01/27/2009
Proposal Summary:6400:416-Enterprise Risk: Derivatives - Prerequisite change – at a minimum must have been admitted to a four year degree granting college
 
BA-09-356400:417-Prerequisite change – must be a declared major in any four year baccalaureate program  FinanceCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no01/27/2009
Proposal Summary:6400:417-Retirement Planning - Prerequisite change – at a minimum must have been admitted to a four year degree granting college
 
BA-09-366400:424-Prerequisite change – must be a declared major in any four year baccalaureate program  FinanceCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no01/27/2009
Proposal Summary:6400:424-Legal Concepts of Real Estate - Prerequisite change – at a minimum must have been admitted to a four year degree granting college
 
BA-09-376400:432-Prerequisite change – must be a declared major in any four year baccalaureate program  FinanceCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no01/27/2009
Proposal Summary:6400:432-Seminar in Financial Planning - Prerequisite change – at a minimum must have been admitted to a four year degree granting college
 
BA-09-386400:436-Prerequisite change – must be a declared major in any four year baccalaureate program  FinanceCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no01/27/2009
Proposal Summary:6400:436-Commercial Bank Management Prerequisite change – at a minimum must have been admitted to a four year degree granting college
 
BA-09-396400:438-Prerequisite change – must be a declared major in any four year baccalaureate program  FinanceCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no01/27/2009
Proposal Summary:6400:438-International Banking - Prerequisite change – at a minimum must have been admitted to a four year degree granting college
 
BA-09-406400:447-Prerequisite change – must be a declared major in any four year baccalaureate program  FinanceCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no01/27/2009
Proposal Summary:6400:447-Security & Portfolio Analysis - Prerequisite change – at a minimum must have been admitted to a four year degree granting college
 
BA-09-416400:473-Prerequisite change – must be a declared major in any four year baccalaureate program  FinanceCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no01/27/2009
Proposal Summary:6400:473-Financial Statement Analysis-Prerequisite change – at a minimum must have been admitted to a four year degree granting college
 
BA-09-426400:481-Prerequisite change – must be a declared major in any four year baccalaureate program  FinanceCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no01/27/2009
Proposal Summary:6400:481-International Business Finance - Prerequisite change – at a minimum must have been admitted to a four year degree granting college
 
BA-09-436400:485-Prerequisite change – must be a declared major in any four year baccalaureate program  FinanceCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no01/27/2009
Proposal Summary:6400:485-Financial Strategy - Prerequisite change – at a minimum must have been admitted to a four year degree granting college
 
BA-09-446400:490-Prerequisite change – must be a declared major in any four year baccalaureate program  FinanceCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no01/27/2009
Proposal Summary:6400:490-Selected Topics in Finance - Prerequisite change – at a minimum must have been admitted to a four year degree granting college
 
BA-09-51General education requirement change FinanceProgram changes2009, FallCollege status: not approved
03/09/2009
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:Add 6400:200 Foundations in Personal Finance as an alternative to the taking of 3400:215 Concepts of Calculus or 3450:210 Calculus with Business Applications
 
BA-09-01Blanket DL course proposal General BusinessCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/08/2009
 no04/06/2009
Proposal Summary:This proposal is to ensure that course listings accurately reflect how courses are taught, with respect to distance learning (Board of Trustees rule 3359-20-05.2). This mode of delivery proposal applies to courses that have been offered in one of the DL classrooms or otherwise transmitted to another site off campus between Fall 2001 through September 2008.
6200:320 Accounting Information Systems
6200:301 Cost Accounting
6200:321 Intermediate Accounting 1
6200:322 Intermediate Accounting 2
6200:420 Advanced Accounting
6200:431 Taxation II
6200:440 Auditing
6200:454 Information Systems Security
6200:460 Advanced Managerial Accounting
6200:520 Advanced Accounting
6200:531 Taxation II
6200:540 Auditing
6200:554 Information Systems Security
6200:628 Tax Research
6200:632 Taxation of Trans in Property
6200:621 Corporate Tax 1
6200:641 Taxation of Partnerships
6200:648 Tax Practice and Procedure
6200:651 International Taxation
6200:645 Advanced Individual Tax
6200:662 S Corps
6200:646 Consolidated Tax Returns
6200:647 Qual. Pensions and Profit
6200:693 Selected Topics in Tax
6200:642 Corporate Taxation II
6200:643 Tax Accounting
6200:649 State & Local Taxation
6400:321 Business Law I
6400:322 Business Law II
6800:305 International Business
 
BA-09-02Blanket course deletion proposal General BusinessCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/08/2009
 no04/06/2009
Proposal Summary:This proposal is to ensure that course listings accurately reflect our current course offerings by deleting courses that have not been offered in the past five years where departments have no plans of offering them in the future.

6200: 255 Information Processing
6200:325 – Financial Accounting Systems and Enterprise Resource Planning
6200: 425 Current Devlpmts in Accounting
6200: 588 CPA Problems: Auditing
6200: 589 CPA Problems: Theory
6200: 590 ST: Accounting
6200: 653 Business Planning
6200: 656 Non-Qualified Exec Compensatn
6300: 303 Entrepreneurial Mgmt Issues
6300: 330 Financing New Ventures
6300: 370 Studies in Free Enterprise
6300: 490 Sel T: Entrepreneurship
6300: 499 Ind St: Entrepreneurship
6300: 640 Financing Entrepren Venture
6300: 670 Managing Entrepreneurial Grwth
6400: 320 Legal Environment of Business
6400: 373 Financial Statement Analysis
6400: 491 W: Finance
6400: 686 E-Bus: Fin Strategy & Planning
6400: 698 Indp Study: Business Law
6500: 407 Small Business Management
6500: 436 Advanced Quality Control Appl
6500: 438 Product Quality Design Tech
6500: 629 E-Business Project
6500: 642 Systems Simulation
6500: 664 Applied Industrial Statistics
6500: 671 Advanced Operations Research
6500: 674 Adv Qual & Product Techniques
6700: 690 Professional Responsibility
6700: 692 International Business
6700: 694 Applied Bus Document & Contact
 
BA-09-05Change in college requirements for Transfer students General BusinessProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/26/2009
 no11/27/2008
Proposal Summary:Change in college requirements for transfer students - making requirements for all transfer students the same
 
BA-09-06Change in "Continuation of the Baccalaureate Program" General BusinessProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/26/2009
 no11/27/2008
Proposal Summary:Change in "continuation of the Baccalaureate program" and time limits for academic probation and reinstatement.
 
BA-09-28Change courses listed under Joint Degree Programs General BusinessProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/18/2009
 no04/06/2009
Proposal Summary:Change law courses listed for joint degree programs to reflect changes in law school offerings.
 
BA-09-29Change in MBA requirements General BusinessProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/18/2009
 no04/06/2009
Proposal Summary:Modify admissions requirements for MBA program
 
BA-09-45Change name of degree to Bachelors in Business Administration General BusinessProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
01/05/2010
 no01/27/2009
Proposal Summary:Proposal to change name of the degree to Bachelors in Business Administration. No change in any of the requirements.
 
BA-09-49Special Non-degree coursework General BusinessProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/18/2009
 no04/06/2009
Proposal Summary:Place a limit on the number of credits of foundation courses non degree students can take of nine credits.
 
BA-09-55Course Change for Honors Class General BusinessCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/08/2009
 no04/06/2009
Proposal Summary:Change course description for the honors class.
 
AS-09-105Add undergraduate course: 3350:443 Urban Applications in GIS Geography and PlanningCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no02/26/2009
Proposal Summary:This proposal converts a special topics course into a regular undergraduate course, 3350:443 Urban Applications in GIS, offering readings, discussions, and hands-on exercises on the use of GIS to study cities and urban issues. The course will be a Geotechniques Elective for our BS in Geographic Information Science major. Students in our BA in Urban & Regional Planning and BA in Geography majors can take it as a general elective. (See proposal AS-09-106 for graduate counterpart.)
 
AS-09-106Add graduate course: 3350:543 Urban Applications in GIS Geography and PlanningCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no03/13/2009
Proposal Summary:This proposal converts a special topics course into a regular graduate course, 3350:543 Urban Applications in GIS, offering readings, discussions, and hands-on exercises in the use of GIS to study cities and urban issues. The course will be a Geotechniques Elective for our MS in Geographic Information Science program. Students in our MA in Urban & Regional Planning program and MA in Geography program can take it as a general elective. (See proposal AS-09-105 for undergraduate counterpart.)
 
AS-09-107Add undergraduate course = 3350:460 Political Geography Geography and PlanningCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no02/26/2009
Proposal Summary:This proposal creates a new undergraduate course, 3350:460 Political Geography, as an elective in our BA in Geography major, our BA in Urban and Regional Planning major, and our BS in Geographic Information Science major. (See proposal AS-09-108 for graduate counterpart.)
 
AS-09-108Add graduate course = 3350:560 Political Geography Geography and PlanningCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no03/10/2009
Proposal Summary:This proposal creates a new graduate course, 3350:560 Political Geography, as an elective in our MA in Geography program, our MA in Urban and Regional Planning program, and our MS in Geographic Information Science program. (See proposal AS-09-107 for undergraduate counterpart.)
 
AS-09-003Course number change for 3010:401 and 3010:201 Geology and Environmental ScienceCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no03/12/2009
Proposal Summary:Change course numbers to reflect merging of Center for Environmental Studies into Department of Geology and Environmental Studies. See AS-09-027 for Certificate program changes.
 
AS-09-004Delete 3010:490 Geology and Environmental ScienceProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/01/2009
 no03/12/2009
Proposal Summary:Delete course number 3010:490 Workshop in Environmental Studies
 
AS-09-005Delete course number 3010:590 Workshop in Environmental Studies Geology and Environmental ScienceProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/01/2009
 no03/13/2009
Proposal Summary:Delete course number 3010:590 Workshop in Environmental Studies
 
AS-09-006Change course names Geology and Environmental ScienceCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no03/12/2009
Proposal Summary:Name changes to conform to Department's new name (AS09-027).
 
AS-09-008Change course numbers Geology and Environmental ScienceCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no02/26/2009
Proposal Summary:Renumbering of courses to avoid assumption that courses in the _90 series are independent studies.
 
AS-09-009Change course numbers Geology and Environmental ScienceCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no03/09/2009
Proposal Summary:Renumbering of courses to avoid assumption that courses in the _90 series are independent studies.
 
AS-09-011Add 3370:552 Geology and Environmental Science Service Learning Geology and Environmental ScienceCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no03/09/2009
Proposal Summary:Add Geology and Environmental Science Service Learning at graduate level. Paired with AS-09-008.
 
AS-09-017Field Studies in Geology Geology and Environmental ScienceCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/08/2009
 no04/09/2009
Proposal Summary:Add 3370:555 Field Studies in Geology
 
AS-09-018Advanced Individual Readings in Geology Geology and Environmental ScienceCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/08/2009
 no04/09/2009
Proposal Summary:Add 3370:685 Advanced Individual Readings in Geology
 
AS-09-019Name change 3370:590 and 3370:591 Geology and Environmental ScienceCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no03/09/2009
Proposal Summary:Change name 3370:590 and 3370:591
 
AS-09-027Move Center for Enviro Studies and its certificate program into the Department of Geology and Environmental Science Geology and Environmental ScienceProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/05/2009
 no03/25/2009
Proposal Summary:Move the Center for Environmental Studies and its certificate program into the Department of Geology and Environmental Science. See AS-09-003 for course number changes.
 
AS-09-0563370:465 Geomicrobiology (New Course) Geology and Environmental ScienceCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no03/12/2009
Proposal Summary:Microorganisms play vitals role in the cycling and transformation of material in the biosphere and remediation of contaminated systems. They have profoundly influenced the geochemical conditions of Earth throughout its history and continue to do so. This course will address the physiology, ecology, and activities of organisms that mediate important biogeochemical processes and the variety of approaches geomicrobiologists use to study such organisms and processes. Given the multidisciplinary nature of geomicrobiology, such a course will be valuable to students working in the fields of geology, biological sciences, and environmental sciences and engineering. Since a portion of this course will be in a journal club format, this course will also provide students with experience in critically evaluating primary scientific literature and enhance scientific presentation skills. See AS-09-057 for 500-level proposal.
 
AS-09-0573370:565 Geomicrobiology (new course) Geology and Environmental ScienceCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no03/10/2009
Proposal Summary:This is the graduate component of the slash course Geomicrobiology (3370:465 = undergraduate level; 3370:565 = graduate level) See AS-09-056 for 400-level proposal.
 
AS-09-122Move Center for Enviro Studies and its certificate program into the Department of Geology and Environmental Science Geology and Environmental ScienceProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/05/2009
 no03/10/2009
Proposal Summary:Move Center for Enviro Studies and its certificate program into the Department of Geology and Environmental Science. See AS-09-21 [sic].
 
AS-09-127Change course numbers Geology and Environmental ScienceCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no03/06/2009
Proposal Summary:Course number change pursuant to moving Center for Environmental Studies into Department of Geology and Environmental Science. (AS-09-027).
 
AS-09-128Change course number Geology and Environmental ScienceCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no03/10/2009
Proposal Summary:Course number change pursuant to moving Center for Environmental Studies into Department of Geology and Environmental Science. (AS-09-027).
 
AS-09-21Seminar in Environmental Studies Geology and Environmental ScienceProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/05/2009
 no03/09/2009
Proposal Summary:Course transferred to Department of Geology and Environmental Science. See proposal AS-09-122.
 
AS09-007Workshop in Geology and Environmental Science Geology and Environmental ScienceCourse changes only2009, FallProposal Withdrawn
09/15/2008
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:Workshop in Geology and Environmental Science
 
AS 09-053New History Course: 3400: 509, Imperial Spain, 1469-1700 HistoryCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no03/09/2009
Proposal Summary:This is the graduate component of the slash course: History 509.
 
AS-09-0233400:200 Empires of Ancient Asia, name change HistoryCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/08/2009
 no05/05/2009
Proposal Summary:The College of Education has requested that a course be offered to suit the needs of AYA-ISS program as defined by the National Council of Social Studies. We have a course on Ancient Empires of Asia, and we are changing the coverage to include the ancient empires of the entire Afro-Eurasian world.
 
AS-09-0243400: 487/587 Science and Technology in US History; title change HistoryCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/08/2009
 no05/05/2009
Proposal Summary:The College of Education has requested that a history of science course be offered to suit the needs of AYA-ISS program as defined by the National Council of Social Studies. We have a course on Science and Technology in US History and we are changing name to Science and Technology in World History. This name will allow us to include coverarge on premodern and modern scientific developments at a global level. This proposal includes the course changes for the 400 and 500 levels.
 
AS-09-052New History Course: 3400:409 Imperial Spain, 1469-1700 HistoryCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no03/06/2009
Proposal Summary:This is a course I have taught twice in the last five years as a "special topics" course, and I would like to make it a permanent 400/500 level course. (See AS-09-053 for the 509 proposal) It covers the history of Spain from the reigns of Ferdinand and Isabel until 1700. It discusses the rise of Spain as a world power, and its decline. It covers political, cultural, and social topics, giving the students an intimate portrait of this fascinating time and place.
 
AS-09-066Latin American Studies Certificate revision HistoryProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/05/2009
 no03/06/2009
Proposal Summary:This proposal provides for revisions in the description of the Latin American Studies certificate program owing to the transfer of oversight from the Department of Geography to the Department of History, together with a new listing of the elective courses offered in History and in Modern Languages, and changes in the program requirements for the number of elective credits required and for foreign language study.
 
AS-09-126change prerequesite of 3400:492, Honors Project HistoryCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no03/06/2009
Proposal Summary:change current prerequisite: "Senior standing in the Honors College" to "64 credits" so that students are encouraged to start their research projects earlier.
 
AS-09-132Elimination of prerequesites for Graduate course 3400: 677 Reading Seminar in Latin American History HistoryCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no03/10/2009
Proposal Summary:We are proposing the elimination of the existing prerequesites, which consist of "2 courses in Latin American Studies or permission of the instructor" from the Graduate history course 3400: 677 Reading Seminar in Latin American History in order to facilitate enrollment for grad students and promote graduate study on the field of Latin America history. We are also requesting new language in the bulletin description to reflect this change and update course content.
 
BA-09-18Delete Minor in Management ManagementProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/05/2009
 no01/27/2009
Proposal Summary:Delete Minor in Management. The purpose is to create separate minors in HR, SCM and MIS instead of having them as options under Management.
 
BA-09-19Human Resource Management Minor ManagementProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/05/2009
 no01/27/2009
Proposal Summary:Change the name of the Human Resource Management Option to Human Resource Management Minor. This program will provide non-HR majors with a basic understanding of Human Resource Management functions
 
BA-09-20Management Information Systems Minor ManagementProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/05/2009
 no01/27/2009
Proposal Summary:Chanage the name to Management Information Systems Minor. This program will provide non-MIS majors with a basic understanding of business systems analysis and design.
 
BA-09-21Supply Chain/Operations Management Minor ManagementProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/05/2009
 no01/27/2009
Proposal Summary:New Minor in Supply Chain/Operations Management. This program will provide non Supply Chain/Operations Management majors with a basic understanding of Supply Chain Management components and functions.
 
BA-09-22Change options listed under Management to Majors ManagementProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/05/2009
 no01/27/2009
Proposal Summary:Change options listed under Management to majors.
 
BA-09-46Revision to catalog description for management majors ManagementProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/18/2009
 no04/06/2009
Proposal Summary:Revision to catalog description for management majors.
 
BA-09-47Graduate Certificate in Supply Chain Management ManagementProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/18/2009
 no04/06/2009
Proposal Summary:Graduate Certificate in Supply Chain Management
 
BA-09-48Prerequisite change for Management Project ManagementCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/08/2009
 no04/06/2009
Proposal Summary:Prerequisite Change 6500:350 (Fundamentals of Enterprise Resource Planning) from a prerequisite to a corequiste for Management Project.

Corequisite: 350 Prerequisites: Admission to the College of Business Administration.. Human Resource Management Option: 342, 442 and 443*. Supply Chain/Operations Management Option: 333,433 and 390*. Information Systems Management Option: 325, 420, 425, 427 and one from 333 or 341, 426 and 6200:454**. e-Business Technologies Management Option: 324, 420, 426, 6100:201 and two from: 341, 425, 390, 6600:425 and 6200:454*. Students develop skills in field-based management problem solving, project management, and requirements analysis under conditions of uncertainty in a collaborative interdisciplinary team environment.

*A student who has completed all but one of the required course prerequisites may enroll in the last required course concurrently with 471 with permission from the department of management chair.

**A student who has completed all but two of the required course prerequisites may enroll In those last two required courses concurrently with 471 with permission from the deparmtnet of management chair.
 
BA-09-56Remove e-Business MBA concentration ManagementCourse changes only2009, FallUnder development
02/26/2009
 no
Proposal Summary:Remove e-Business MBA concentration.
 
BA-09-086800:421 International Business Practices Course Description Change MarketingCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
02/12/2009
 no11/27/2008
Proposal Summary:6800:421 International Business Practices Course Description Change to the following:
An examination and comparison of contemporary business practices around the world. Develops awareness as to international business processes and procedures, including Letters of Credit, Import/Export Documentation and Global Shipping Standards.
 
BA-09-096600:300 Prerequisite MarketingCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
02/12/2009
 no11/27/2008
Proposal Summary:Add 3250:244 (Introduction to Economic Analysis) as a prerequisite option for 6600:300. The pre-requisite for 6600:300 would then read 3250:200 or 3250:244.

 
BA-09-25Change in title of Global Interdisciplinary Option to Global Interdisciplinary Track MarketingProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/26/2009
 no11/27/2008
Proposal Summary:Change in title of Global Interdisciplinary Option to Global Interdisciplinary Track.
 
BA-09-26Change in title of foreign Language Option to Foreign Language Track MarketingProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/26/2009
 no11/27/2008
Proposal Summary:Change in title of foreign Language Option to Foreign Language Track
 
BA-09-52Change number of credits for Marketing Research and Analytics MarketingCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/08/2009
 no04/06/2009
Proposal Summary:Change Marketing Research and Analytics (6600:335) from 4 credits to 3 credits.
 
BA-09-53Change in program credit requirements for various Marketing majors MarketingProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/18/2009
 no04/06/2009
Proposal Summary:Due to the credit hour change of Marketing Research and Analytics 6600:335, Proposal #BA-09-52, the following changes are required:
To change Marketing Management Major total credits required from 31 credits to 30 credits; to change Sales Management Major total credits required from 31 credits to 30 credits; and to change eMarketing and Advertising Major total credits required from 34 credits to 33 credits.
 
BA-09-54Change in program credit requirements for various marketing minors MarketingProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/18/2009
 no04/06/2009
Proposal Summary:Due to the credit hour change of Marketing Research and Analytics 6600:335, Proposal #BA-09-52, the following changes are required:
To change Database Marketing Minor “required” credits from 16 credits to 15 credits with total credits for Minor to move from 19 credits to 18 credits; and to change Direct Interactive Marketing Minor “required” credits from 13 credits to 12 credits with total credits for Minor to move from 19 credits to 18 credits.
 
PR 09 02Joint UA/Kent State University ROTC Air Force Program MilitaryProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/22/2009
 no05/12/2009
Proposal Summary:This blanket proposal is to realign the joint UA/KSU ROTC Air Force Aerospace Studies courses. These courses are not new, but the credit hours and numbering of the labs has changed at KSU and UA needs to update its bulletin accordingly. These courses are taught at KSU by their ROTC personnel.
 
PR-09-01Military Science & Leadership Lab MilitaryCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/12/2009
 no05/12/2009
Proposal Summary:Change the credit hours for the MS I, MS II, MS III, and MS IV labs to 1 credit hour every semester to be held every other Friday from 9:00am to 12 Noon. This request is being made to give academic credit for the amount of time, effort, and learning required by ROTC students in the lab portion of their Leadership training. Cadets work hard studying, planning, and coordinating, as well as balancing their academic and work schedules with the demands of the program. They devote much of time to ensuring the ROTC program has successful leadership training.
 
UC-09-04Update Military Science minor to reflect course change MilitaryProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/05/2009
 no03/27/2009
Proposal Summary:The course change proposed in UC-09-03 impacts the Military Science minor. This proposal updates the minor to reflect that the new course number can be used in the Military Science minor. In addition, this proposal reflects the course title updates included in UC-09-05 through UC-09-12.
 
UC-09-05Update course title of 1600:100 MilitaryCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no03/27/2009
Proposal Summary:The Military Science program is guided by the ROTC Curriculum Faculty Handbook provided by the United States Army. The handbook has recommended updates to the course titles in the Military Science program. This proposal updates the title of 1600:100.
 
UC-09-06Update course title for 1600:101 MilitaryCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no03/27/2009
Proposal Summary:The Military Science program is guided by the ROTC Curriculum Faculty Handbook provided by the United States Army. The handbook has recommended updates to the course titles in the Military Science Program. This proposal updates the title of 1600:101.
 
UC-09-07Update Course Title-1600:200 MilitaryCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no03/27/2009
Proposal Summary:The Military Science program is guided by the ROTC Curriculum Faculty Handook provided by the United States Army. The handbook has recommended updates to the course titles in the Military Science program. This proposal updates the title of 1600:200.
 
UC-09-08Update Course Title-1600:201 MilitaryCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no03/27/2009
Proposal Summary:The Military Science program is guided by the ROTC Curriculum Faculty Handook provided by the United States Army. The handbook has recommended updates to the course titles in the Military Science program. This proposal updates the title of 1600:201.
 
UC-09-09Update course title of 1600:300 MilitaryCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no03/27/2009
Proposal Summary:The Military Science program is guided by the ROTC Curriculum Faculty Handook provided by the United States Army. The handbook has recommended updates to the course titles in the Military Science program. This proposal updates the title of 1600:300.
 
UC-09-10Updated course title of 1600:301 MilitaryCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no03/27/2009
Proposal Summary:The Military Science program is guided by the ROTC Curriculum Faculty Handook provided by the United States Army. The handbook has recommended updates to the course titles in the Military Science program. This proposal updates the title of 1600:301.
 
UC-09-11Update course title of 1600:400 MilitaryCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no03/27/2009
Proposal Summary:The Military Science program is guided by the ROTC Curriculum Faculty Handook provided by the United States Army. The handbook has recommended updates to the course titles in the Military Science program. This proposal updates the title of 1600:400.
 
UC-09-12Update course title of 1600:401 MilitaryCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no03/27/2009
Proposal Summary:The Military Science program is guided by the ROTC Curriculum Faculty Handook provided by the United States Army. The handbook has recommended updates to the course titles in the Military Science program. This proposal updates the title of 1600:401.
 
AS-009-022Chinese Minor Program Mod LangNew program2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/10/2009
 no02/24/2009
Proposal Summary:The proposed Chinese minor is modeled on other language programs that subscribe to the concept of developing proficiency in the four language skills in addition to studying literature and culture of the Chinese World. It is worth emphasizing that the proposed Chinese minor will be different from the Certificate Program in Asian and Middle Eastern Studies. While the Chinese minor is, on the whole, a language program (language, literature and culture), East Asian Studies is an interdisciplinary program. The Chinese minor will complement, but not duplicate, the curriculum of the East Asian Studies program. It will add electives to the curriculum, although only 16 credits of Chinese language will be allowed to count toward both programs, CHINESE 101,102,201 and 202. The level of proficiency developed in the Chinese minor is superior to that required by the Certificate in East Asian Studies programs. SEE PROPOSAL NUMBER AS-09-055 FOR COURSE PROPOSALS.
 
AS-09-016Arabic Subject Area Number Change Mod LangNew program2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/10/2009
 no03/09/2009
Proposal Summary:This proposal is for the relocation of all Arabic courses taught by the Department of Modern Languages under the new subject area number of 3501. Arabic currently is being offered under the "Modern Languages" subject number 3500. (Not a major). Additionally, the Department of Modern Languages is working in conjunction with CSU, KSU and YSU to offer jointly courses in Arabic. In the future, therefore, all of the courses in this proposal may be offered in the distance learning classroom.
 
AS-09-054Proposal for Minor in Arabic Mod LangNew program2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/10/2009
 no02/26/2009
Proposal Summary:The proposed Arabic minor is modeled on other language programs that subscribe to the concept of developing proficiency in the four language skills in addition to studying literature and culture of the Arab World. It is worth emphasizing that the proposed Arabic minor will be different from the Certificate Program in Asian and Middle Eastern Studies.While the Arabic minor is, on the whole, a language program (language, literature and culture), Middle Eastern Studies is an interdisciplinary program. The Arabic minor will complement, but not duplicate, the curriculum of the Middle Eastern Studies program. It will add electives to the curriculum, although only 16 credits of Arabic language will be allowed to count toward both programs, ARABIC 101,102,201 and 202. The level of proficiency developed in the Arabic minor is superior to that required by the Certificate in Middle Eastern Studies programs. SEE PROPOSAL NUMBER AS-09-016 FOR COURSES UNDER THE NEW AREA NUMBER CHANGE.
 
AS-09-055Chinese Subject Area Number Change Mod LangNew program2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/10/2009
 no03/09/2009
Proposal Summary:This proposal is for the relocation of all Chinese courses taught by the Department of Modern Languages under the new subject area number of 3502. Chinese currently is being offered under the "Modern Languages" subject number 3500. (NOT A MAJOR). Additionally, the Department of Modern Languages is working in conjunction with CSU, KSU and YSU to offer jointly courses in Chinese. In the future, therefore, all of the courses in this proposal may be offered in the distance learning classroom.
 
AS-09-067Residency requirement for Spanish major Mod LangProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/05/2009
 no02/26/2009
Proposal Summary:Students majoring in Spanish must complete at least one of the following courses in residency at U of Akron Main campus: 3580:407, 408, 431, 432.
 
AS-09-121Spanish Study Abroad Mod LangCourse changes only2009, Summer IIFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no02/26/2009
Proposal Summary:The course used to enroll students in the Modern Languages summer study abroad program in Spanish, 3580:311, Spanish/Spanish-American Cultural Experience, currently is listed as 1-2 credits and does not allow the course to be repeated. This proposal is to change the credits to 1-6 and to allow the course to be repeated once with different content for a total of up to 12 credits. No more than 9 transfer credits may count toward Spanish minor. REQUEST APPROVAL FOR SUMMER II, 2009.
 
AS-09-133Arabic Culture through Film Mod LangProgram changes2009, FallProposal Withdrawn
01/27/2009
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:Through the medium of native Middle Eastern film, the course will consider how people in the Middle East view themselves and are viewed by the outside world. The course will make use of films both by Westerners about the Middle East and by Middle Easterners who reside either in the region or in the West. Exposure to these depictions not only will serve as a corrective to many entrenched stereotypical ideas about Middle Eastern culture, but also will lead students to think more critically about their own culture and values and to appreciate the importance of cross-cultural understanding in today’s world.
 
AS-09-134Chinese Culture through Film Mod LangProgram changes2009, FallProposal Withdrawn
01/27/2009
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:This course will serve as an access to the Chinese cultural perspectives in contemporary China. Through exposing students to authentic Chinese films, it will allow students to view China from a native internal perspective. Furthermore, this course is designed to meet the objectives of the Area Studies and Cultural Diversity core requirement, and thus its inclusion in the General Education Program is appropriate. The course also will be an elective for students pursuing the certificate in Asian Studies.
 
AS-09-135New courses: Arabic and Chinese Culture through Film Mod LangCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no03/12/2009
Proposal Summary:Parallel to the existing Japanese Culture through Film course, the proposed courses in Arabic and in Chinese culture through film will serve as an additional access to the cultural perspectives in the contemporary Middle East and in China. Through exposing students to authentic regional films, it will allow students to view these cultures from a native internal perspective. Furthermore, these courses are designed to meet the objectives of the Area Studies and Cultural Diversity core requirement, and thus their inclusion in the General Education Program is appropriate. The courses also will be an elective for students pursuing the certificate in Middle Eastern Studies or in Asian Studies
 
AS-09-136CLEP CREDIT Mod LangNew program2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/10/2009
 no03/10/2009
Proposal Summary:This proposal provides guidelines for the awarding of CLEP credit in French, German and Spanish.
 
NU-09-01Child/Adolesent Primary Health Care Nursing NursingProgram changes2009, SpringFinal Approval Granted
06/18/2009
 no04/08/2009
Proposal Summary:This proposal is recreating the original Child and Adolescent Health Nursing track with a focus on primary health care that was inadvertantly replaced by the Child/Adolescent-Pediatric Acute Care sequence due to coding issues. All of the courses still exist. However when students register for the track they are registered in the new track as acute care and many students want to have primary health care only.
 
NU-09-02Child/Adolescent Primary/Acute Care Nurse Practitioner  NursingProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/18/2009
 no04/08/2009
Proposal Summary:This proposal is requesting a title change from Child & Adolescent Health Nurse Practitioner-Acute to Child/Adolescent Primary/Acute Care to better meet the needs of advanced practice nursing students wanting to focus on the pediatric primary/acute care option.
 
NU-09-03Post MSN Family Nurse Practitioner Certificate Program for Certified PNPs NursingNew program2009, SpringFinal Approval Granted
06/18/2009
 yes04/16/2009
Proposal Summary:This Post MSN Family Nurse Practitioner Certificate Program for Certified PNPs is designed for the certified Pediatric Nurse Practitioner who wants to sit for certification as a Family Nurse Practitioner. This option is being added to accommodate the demand for certification as a Family Nurse Practitioner by pediatric nurse practitioners who are in medical practices that see patients from infancy through the elderly. The addition of this certification will broaden their scope of practice. Two didactic courses of one and two credit hours are new. One will be offered as a web-based course. All other courses exist in the Adult/Gerontological Nursing track and in the Department of Family and Consumer Sciences. The certificate will be a total of 16-18 credit hours.
 
NU-09-04Post MSN Family Nurse Practitioner Certificate Program for Adult and/or Gerontological NPs NursingNew program2009, SpringFinal Approval Granted
08/10/2009
 yes05/07/2009
Proposal Summary:This Post MSN Family Nurse Practitioner Certificate Program for Adult and/or Gerontological NPs is designed for the certified Adult and/or Gerontological Nurse Practitioner who wants to sit for certification as a Family Nurse Practitioner. This option is being added to accommodate the demand for certification as a Family Nurse Practitioner by adult and/or gerontological nurse practitioners who are in medical practices that see patients from infancy through the elderly. The addition of this certification will broaden their scope of practice. Only one course of one credit hour is new and will be offered as a web-based course. All other courses are existing courses in the Child and Adolescent Health Nursing program or in the Department of Family and Consumer Sciences. The certificate will be a total of 17 credit hours. Upon completion of this Post MSN FNP Certificate Program, candidates will be eligible to sit for certification as a Family Nurse Practitioner.
 
NU-09-05Joint Program for the Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing NursingProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/01/2009
 no04/16/2009
Proposal Summary:A revision of the current Joint Program for the Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing (JPDN) is presented. The program was reviewed by the Joint PhD in Nursing Curriculum between The University of Akron and Kent State University. The proposed changes were developed based on the analysis and after review of other Doctoral programs in nursing initiatives and policies instituted to support student success. The committee after careful review proposed the following changes:
1. Introduction of a new three (3) credit course entitled:
a. 8200:824 Foundations of Scholarly Inquiry in Nursing
b. This course replaces one three credit hour cognate
2. Implement a written Preliminary examination after completion of first year of Full-time coursework (24 credits)
 
AS-09-130New Course in Pan African Studies Pan-Africn StProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/18/2009
 no05/05/2009
Proposal Summary:We would like to add this course to our program as a permanent course, not a Special Topic as it was before.
 
AS-09-131New Course in Pan-African Studies Pan-Africn StProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/18/2009
 no05/05/2009
Proposal Summary:We would like to offer this course as apermanent part of our program, as it was once before taught as a Special Topic.
 
AS-09-012Introduction to City Management PAUSCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/08/2009
 no04/07/2009
Proposal Summary:We propose to add to our MPA curriculum a course on city management. This course has been offered as a special topics course. It will strengthen our specialization area in local government management.
 
AS-09-013Executive MPA PAUSNew program2009, FallApproved by Board of Trustees
06/18/2009
 no04/07/2009
Proposal Summary:Create a new degree program-- an Executive MPA. This program will include most of the requirements of the existing MPA, but, because of the senior-level professional experience of the persons who could be admitted, will demand fewer credit hours for completion of the degree
 
AS-09-14Change in mode of delivery of MPA courses PAUSCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/08/2009
 yes04/29/2009
Proposal Summary:Add eight more courses to the inventory of eight courses that are approved to be offered as on-line classes. This increase will permit us to offer enough courses via the web so that a student could complete most, of the MPA curriculum through the delivery mode.

The courses to be approved for distance learning are:
3980:610 Legal Foundations
3980:614 Ethics and Public Service
3980:616 Personnel Management in The Public Sector
3980:640 Fiscal Analysis
3980:642 Public Budgeting
3980:643 Introduction to Public Policy
3980:626 Grantsmanship
3980:660 Strategic Management

 
AS-09-0313600:521 Philosophy of Law PhilosophyCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
02/12/2009
 no12/19/2008
Proposal Summary:Add 3600:521, Philosophy of Law, as a 500-level component to an existing 400-level course.
 
AS-09-0323600:561 Neuroethics PhilosophyCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
02/12/2009
 no12/19/2008
Proposal Summary:Add 3600:561, Neuroethics, as a 500-level component to an existing 400-level course.
 
AS-09-033Minor in Bioethics PhilosophyProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/26/2009
 no12/19/2008
Proposal Summary:Change required courses for Minor in Bioethics to incorporate two new courses added to department offerings.
 
AS-09-034Social Sciences Division PSP Track Degree PhilosophyNew program2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/02/2011
 no03/09/2009
Proposal Summary:Add new division major: Social Sciences, PSP Track (Philosophy, Sociology, Psychology)
 
ED-09-03Blanket Course Deletion Proposal Phys & HECourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
02/13/2009
 no11/24/2008
Proposal Summary:This proposal will delete 36 courses that have not been offered within the past five years.
 
ED-09-04Blanket DL Course Proposal Phys & HECourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/01/2010
 yes05/11/2010
Proposal Summary:This proposal will add web-enhanced, web-based, and online modes of teaching to existing face-to-face mode of delivery to cover all courses previously offered as distance learning.
 
ED-09-05Bulletin description change for 5550:194 (Sports Officiating) Phys & HECourse changes only2009, SpringFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no01/22/2009
Proposal Summary:This proposal is to change the bulletin description of the course to accurately reflect the course.
 
ED-09-06Create new graduate level course: Instructional Techniques in Secondary Physical Education Phys & HECourse changes only2009, SpringFinal Approval Granted
07/09/2009
 yes05/07/2009
Proposal Summary:This proposal creates the graduate level “slash” course Instructional Techniques in Secondary Physical Education, which will be included in the in the Master’s with Licensure in Physical Education program (ED-08-29), after it is approved. This course coincides with equivalent course at the undergraduate level.
 
ED-09-07Program Change for UG Physical Education Phys & HEProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/05/2009
 no01/22/2009
Proposal Summary:Reflects the course number changes in the Undergraduate Physical Education program
 
ED-09-08Athletic Training Program Changes Phys & HEProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/05/2009
 no01/22/2009
Proposal Summary:The changes will delete and add courses which will meet Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training (CAATE) standards. The changes will also provide clarity and uniformity within the program courses and program sequence.
 
ED-09-20Create new graduate level course: Organization and Administration of Physical/Health Education, Intramural and Athletic Phys & HECourse changes only2009, SpringFinal Approval Granted
06/01/2010
 no05/26/2010
Proposal Summary:This proposal creates the graduate level course 5550:550, Organization and Administration of Physical/Health Education, Intramural and Athletics, which will be reflected in the in the Master's with Licensure in Physical Education program (ED-08-29), upon its approval. This course coincides with equivalent course at the undergraduate level.
 
ED-09-21Create new graduate level course: Foundations of Sport Science, Physical and Health Education  Phys & HECourse changes only2009, SpringFinal Approval Granted
02/05/2010
 yes12/21/2009
Proposal Summary:This proposal creates the graduate level course, 5550:552, Foundations of Sport Science, Physical and Health Education , which will be reflected in the Master's with Licensure in Physical Education program (ED-08-29), upon its approval. This course coincides with equivalent course at the undergraduate level.
 
ED-09-22Change course number of 5550:346, Instructional Techniques in Sec Physical Education Phys & HECourse changes only2009, SpringFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no01/22/2009
Proposal Summary:This proposal changes the course number of 5550:346, Instructional Techniques in Secondary Physical Education, to 5550:446. The course title remains the same.
 
ED-09-23Change course number of 5550:345 Instructional Techniques for Children in Physical Education Phys & HECourse changes only2009, SpringFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no01/22/2009
Proposal Summary:This proposal changes the course number of 5550:345, Instructional Techniques for Children in Physical Education to 5550:447. The course title remains the same. The new number coincides with the graduate level course of the same title being created in ED-09-25.
 
ED-09-24Change title of 5550:452 Foundations of Physical Education  Phys & HECourse changes only2009, SpringFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no01/22/2009
Proposal Summary:This proposal changes the course title of 5550:452, Foundations to Physical Education, to Foundations of Sport Science, Physical and Health Education. The course number remains the same.
 
ED-09-25Create new graduate level course: Instructional Techniques for Children in Physical Education Phys & HECourse changes only2009, SpringFinal Approval Granted
05/08/2009
 no04/30/2009
Proposal Summary:This proposal creates the graduate level course 5550:547, Instructional Techniques for Children in Physical Education, which will be reflected in the Master's with Licensure in Physical Education program upon its approval (ED-08-29). This course coincides with the equivalent course at the undergraduate level.
 
ED-09-46Student Teaching PE & Health Education Phys & HECourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no01/22/2009
Proposal Summary:In order to make the credit hours consistent across the programs in the College of Education, the 10 credit hour Student Teaching requirement is being changed to 11 credit hours.
 
ED-09-47Physical Education Program Change Phys & HEProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/05/2009
 no01/22/2009
Proposal Summary:In order to make the credit hours consistent across the programs in the College of Education, the 10 credit hour Student Teaching requirement is being changed to 11 credit hours. This change will affect the total program credit hours, changing the number from 130 to 131 requirement credits.
 
ED-09-48Master's in Physical Education Suspension Phys & HEProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/18/2009
 no05/05/2009
Proposal Summary:This proposal will suspend enrollment in the master’s in physical education, physical education program (Program Code # MA 555000 and MS 555000) due to consistently low enrollment.
 
ED-09-62New Course: Coaching Basketball Phys & HECourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/08/2009
 no04/30/2009
Proposal Summary:The present proposal creates a new course entitled Coaching Basketball.
 
ED-09-63New Course: Coaching Football Phys & HECourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/08/2009
 no04/30/2009
Proposal Summary:The purpose of the present proposal is to create the course 5550:208, Coaching Football.
 
ED-09-64New Course: Coaching Baseball Phys & HECourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/08/2009
 no04/30/2009
Proposal Summary:The present proposal creates a new course titled Coaching Baseball, 5550:209.
 
ED-09-65New Course: Coaching Track and Field Phys & HECourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/08/2009
 no04/30/2009
Proposal Summary:The purpose of the present proposal is to add the course 5550:207 Coaching Track and Field.
 
ED-09-66Add online option to Tactics and Strategies in the Science of Coaching Phys & HECourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
02/05/2010
 yes12/21/2009
Proposal Summary:The purpose of this proposal is to provide an option for online delivery of Tactics and Strategies in the Science of Coaching. The course will have the option to be offered as online, web-based, or in the traditional face-to-face manner.
 
ED-09-67Add online option to 5550:203, Measurement and Evaluation Phys & HECourse changes only2009, FallCollege status: approved
03/16/2009
 yes00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:The purpose of this proposal is to provide an option for online delivery of 5550:203, Measurement and Evaluation. The course will have the option to be offered as online, web-based, or in the traditional face-to-face manner.
 
ED-09-68Sport Management Minor Phys & HENew program2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/18/2009
 no04/30/2009
Proposal Summary:The purpose of this proposal is to provide students not majoring in a Department of Sport Science and Wellness Education program an opportunity to study the field of sport management.
 
ED-09-69Name Change of Sport Studies: Coaching/Conditioning Phys & HEProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/18/2009
 no04/30/2009
Proposal Summary:The purpose of this proposal is to change the name of the Sport Studies-Coaching/Conditioning concentration (Program Code: 555235) to Sport Studies: Athletic Coaching Education concentration.
 
ED-09-70Introduction to Sport Studies and Exercise Course Change Phys & HECourse changes only2009, Summer IFinal Approval Granted
10/01/2010
 no03/25/2010
Proposal Summary:The purpose of this proposal is to provide all students the opportunity to enroll in the Introduction to Sport and Exercise Studies course in order to meet general studies requirements. In addition, this curriculum proposal changes the name of the course to Introduction to Sport Studies.

See response to GEAC inquiry below, under Resource Comment.
 
ED-09-71Athletic Coaching Education Minor Phys & HENew program2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/18/2009
 no04/30/2009
Proposal Summary:The purpose of this proposal is to provide students not majoring in a Department of Sport Science and Wellness Education Program an opportunity to study athletic coaching education.
 
AS-09-029Descriptive Astronomy PhysicsCourse changes only2009, SpringFinal Approval Granted
02/12/2009
 no12/17/2008
Proposal Summary:The proposal reflects the addition of required two-hour scheduled lab sections to the existing course, as agreed upon at a meeting between GEAC and physics department representatives, and as described in the GEAC report of May, 2008. The Descriptive Astronomy course is offered at both the main and Wayne campus. Due to the large enrollment at the main campus several two-hour lab sections will be added at various times to ensure all students are able to attend. We anticipate 8 sections will be needed and have scheduled the labs for the Spring 2009 semester, conditional upon a favorable review of this proposal. These labs will be taught by graduate assistants under direct supervision of the course instructor, and scheduled in the physics department's Gen-Ed lab (Ayer 110). Existing course fees revenue will be sufficient to cover the cost of lab materials and the CAS Dean's office has agreed to provide stipend support for an additional GA to assist in the labs. Since there are fewer students at the Wayne campus, correspondingly fewer sections will be needed and they will be run by the instructor instead. Additional lab activities which will be performed in the lab periods are listed in the syllabus.
 
AS-09-040New Class- 3700:413 Global Public Health Threats Poli SciCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
02/12/2009
 no12/19/2008
Proposal Summary:Add new class (3700:413) Global Public Health Threats
 
AS-09-041New Class- 3700:513 Global Public Health Threats Poli SciCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
02/12/2009
 no12/19/2008
Proposal Summary:Add new course (3700:513) Global Public Health Threats. See AS-09-40.
 
AS-09-042New Class- 3700:403 Media, Crime and Public Opinion Poli SciCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
02/12/2009
 no12/19/2008
Proposal Summary:Add a new class (3700:403) Media, Crime and Public Opinion. See AS-09-43.
 
AS-09-043New Class- 3700:503 Media, Crime and Public Opinion Poli SciCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
02/12/2009
 no12/19/2008
Proposal Summary:Add a new class (3700:503) Media, Crime and Public Opinion. See AS-09-42.
 
AS-09-044Politics of Homeland Security Minor changes Poli SciProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/26/2009
 no12/19/2008
Proposal Summary:Change the list of electives for the minor in the Politics of Homeland Security
 
AS-09-045Delete Course 3700:338 Politics of 9/11 Poli SciCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
02/12/2009
 no12/19/2008
Proposal Summary:Delete 3700:338 Politics of 9/11; course will no longer be offered.
 
AS-09-046Delete Course 3700:355 Lawyers, Lawsuits, and the Practice of Justice Poli SciCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
02/12/2009
 no12/19/2008
Proposal Summary:Delete course 3700:355 Lawyers, Lawsuits, and the Practice of Justice. See AS-09-51.
 
AS-09-047Course Name Change 3700:321 Poli SciCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
02/12/2009
 no12/19/2008
Proposal Summary:Change the name of 3700:321 Western European Politics to 3700:321 European Politics
 
AS-09-048Course Name Change 3700:410 Poli SciCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
02/12/2009
 no12/19/2008
Proposal Summary:Change course name from 3700:410 International Defense Policy to 3700:410 International Security Policy and update course description to exclude prerequisites that no longer exist.
 
AS-09-049Course Name Change 3700:510 Poli SciCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
02/12/2009
 no12/19/2008
Proposal Summary:Change the name of course 3700:510 International Defense Policy to 3700:510 International Security Policy.
 
AS-09-050Course Name Change 3700:312 Poli SciCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
02/12/2009
 no12/19/2008
Proposal Summary:Change course name 3700:312 Politics of International Trade and Money to 3700:312 Wealth and Power Among Nations
 
AS-09-051Law, Courts, Politics Track Changes Poli SciProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/05/2009
 no03/06/2009
Proposal Summary:Track changes to 370012BA, with elimination of course 3700:355. See AS-09-46.
 
PS-09-015-Year BA/MS Program with BA Physics/Chemical Physics at College of Wooster and MS Polymer Engineering at UA Poly EngNew program2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
10/30/2009
 no02/20/2009
Proposal Summary:The "5-year BA/MS Program at the University of Akron with BA Physics/Chemical Physics at College of Wooster and MS Polymer Engineering at UA" involves initial completion of 3 years of BA course-work in Physics/Chemical Physics at the College of Wooster, followed by 2 years of undergraduate and graduate course-work, along with graduate thesis work at the Polymer Engineering Department of the University of Akron. The College of Wooster will award BA degree in Physics/Chemical Physics to the students of this Program after completion of the 4th year of course work at the University of Akron. The MS degree in Polymer Engineering is awarded at the completion of the 5th year, when the MS degree requirements of Polymer Engineering Department are successfully completed.
 
PS-09-025 YEAR BS/MS Applied Mathematics/Polymer Engineering Poly EngNew program2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/10/2009
 no02/20/2009
Proposal Summary:This is an accelerated five-year BS/MS program. After successfully completing this program, a student will receive a bachelor's degree in applied mathematics as well as a master's degree in polymer engineering. Under the supervision of faculty advisors in applied mathematics and polymer engineering, a student in the program will finish the core course requirements and most of the electives for the bachelor's degree in the first three years. During the third year of the baccalaureate degree a student will formally apply to the program through the Graduate School. Upon acceptance a student will be cleared to complete the remaining electives of the bachelor's degree and 30 credits of graduate work for the master's degree in the last two years. A student will be eligible for a graduate assistantship only in these last two years and must be registered for at least nine graduate credits in each of those semesters.
 
PS-09-03BS Natural Sciences - Polymer Chemistry/MS Polymer Science Poly SciNew program2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/10/2009
 no02/20/2009
Proposal Summary:The program packages existing courses offered by Chemistry and Polymer Science in a degree format that will allow students to obtain a quality undergraduate science degree that can be completed in three years and obtain a degree of master in polymer science in two additional years. Polymer Science will directly participate in undergraduate advising. The goal is to remove the barrier to attracting a pool of talented high school students in northeast Ohio who would like the opportunity to study polymer science at one of the premier departments in the world. Since polymer chemistry is one of the major industrial sectors in northeast Ohio, this program will greatly benefit the economy.
 
PS-09-04Course Addition: Honors Project in Polymer Science Poly SciCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no02/24/2009
Proposal Summary:The course is added so that students in the honors college can conduct research in the Department of Polymer Science to fulfill their honors thesis requirement.
 
AS-09-060Make Psychology of Hate a regular course PsychologyProgram changes2009, SpringFinal Approval Granted
03/26/2009
 no12/19/2008
Proposal Summary:The department wants to make Psychology of Hate a regular course offering (3750:425). For the past three (3) years it has been a Special Topics course.
 
AS-09-061Make Sensation & Perception a regular course PsychologyProgram changes2009, SpringFinal Approval Granted
03/26/2009
 no12/19/2008
Proposal Summary:The departments wants to make Sensation & Perception a regular course offering (3750:405). The course has been offered several years now as a Special Topics course and it is always full.
 
AS-09-062Make Cognitive Neuroscience a regular course PsychologyProgram changes2009, SpringFinal Approval Granted
03/26/2009
 no12/19/2008
Proposal Summary:The department wants to make Cognitive Neuroscience a regular course (3750:415). For the past three (3) years it has been offered as a Special Topics course and it is always full.
 
SC-09-14Community Services Technology - Social Work Option Publ Svc TechProgram changes2009, SpringFinal Approval Granted
05/05/2009
 no01/30/2009
Proposal Summary:Add 3470:250 Statistics for Everyday Life as an alternative course to satisfy the math requirement in the Community Services Technology - Social Work Option.
 
SC-09-22Community Services Technology Publ Svc TechProgram changes2009, SpringFinal Approval Granted
05/05/2009
 no01/30/2009
Proposal Summary:Add 3470:250 Statistics for Everyday Life as an alternative math course in the Addictions Option of the Community Services Technology Associate Degree program to better prepare our students for the statistics requirement in the Bachelor Degree in Social Work.
 
SC-09-23Community Services Technology - General Option Publ Svc TechProgram changes2009, SpringFinal Approval Granted
05/05/2009
 no01/30/2009
Proposal Summary:Add 3470:250 Statistics for Everyday Life as an alternative math course in the General Option of the Community Services Technology Associate Degree program.
 
SC-09-35Criminal Justice Technology - Law Enforcement Option(Name Change) Publ Svc TechProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/18/2009
 yes04/09/2009
Proposal Summary:Change the name of the Criminal Justice Technology - General Option to Criminal Justice Technology - Law Enforcement Option. We are deleteing 2220:250 Criminal Case Management and 2220:106 Juvenile Justice Process. We are adding 2220:105 Introduction to Police Studies,2220:251 Criminal Investigation, and 2220:253 Basic Forensic Methods.
 
SC-09-36Criminal Justice Technology - Law Enforcement Certificate(Name Change) Publ Svc TechProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/18/2009
 no04/08/2009
Proposal Summary:We are changing the name of the Criminal Justice Technology General Option Certificate to Law Enforcement Certificate and updating it to bring it in line with the associate degree requirements.
 
SC-09-37Criminal Justice Technology - General Option Minor Publ Svc TechProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/18/2009
 no04/09/2009
Proposal Summary:Change the name of the General Option Minor to Law Enforcement Minor, addition and deletion of courses.
 
SC-09-38Criminal Justice Technology - Security Administration Certificate Publ Svc TechProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/18/2009
 no04/09/2009
Proposal Summary:Deleting 2220:120 Crime Prevention; 2220:296 Current Topics; 2230:204 Fire & Life Safety Education; 2230:250 Hazardous Materials; and 2230:257 Fire & Safety Issues For Business and Industry. We are adding 2220:231 Physical Security: Systems, Design, and control; 2220:232 Legal Issues in Security Administration; 2220:233 Security Investigations: Principles and Practice; 2220:2334 Computer and Information Security; and 2220:245 Homeland Security: Principles and Practices.
 
SC-09-41Criminal Justice Technology - Security Administration Minor Publ Svc TechProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/18/2009
 no04/09/2009
Proposal Summary:We are deleting 2220:102 Principles of Criminal Law; 2220:104 Evidence and Criminal Legal Process; 2230:104 Fire Investigation Methods; 2230:204 Fire & Life Safety Education; and 2220:290 Special Topics: Criminal Justice.
We are adding 2220:231 Physical Security: Systems, Design, and control; 2220:232 Legal Issues in Security Administration; 2220:233 Security Investigations: Principles and Practice; 2220:2334 Computer and Information Security; and 2220:245 Homeland Security: Principles and Practices.
 
SC-09-42Criminal Justice Technology - Corrections Option  Publ Svc TechProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
08/11/2009
 yes05/07/2009
Proposal Summary:We are deleting 3850:100 Intro to Sociology and adding from the Criminal Justice Technology - Corrections Option Certificate to bring it in line with the associate degree, corrections option requirements.
 
SC-09-43Criminal Justice Technology - Corrections  Publ Svc TechProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
08/11/2009
 yes05/07/2009
Proposal Summary:Addition and Deletion of courses to the Corrections Minor.
 
SC-09-44Forensic Studies Certificate Publ Svc TechNew program2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/18/2010
 no05/07/2009
Proposal Summary:Creation of Forensic Studies Certificate.
 
SC-09-45Forensic Studies Minor Publ Svc TechNew program2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/18/2010
 no05/07/2009
Proposal Summary:Creation of a Forensic Studies Minor program.
 
SC-09-46Computer Forensics Certificate Publ Svc TechNew program2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/18/2010
 no05/07/2009
Proposal Summary:Creation of a Computer Forensics Certificate.
 
SC-09-47Computer Forensics Minor Publ Svc TechNew program2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/18/2010
 no05/07/2009
Proposal Summary:Creation of a Computer Forensics Minor
 
SC-09-48Computer Security Certificate Publ Svc TechNew program2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/18/2010
 no05/07/2009
Proposal Summary:Creation of new Computer Security Certificate.
 
SC-09-49Computer Security Minor Publ Svc TechNew program2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/18/2010
 no05/07/2009
Proposal Summary:Creation of new Computer Security Minor
 
SC-09-50Forensic Psychology Certificate Publ Svc TechNew program2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/18/2010
 no05/07/2009
Proposal Summary:Creation of new Forensic Psychology Certificate
 
SC-09-51Forensic Psychology Minor Publ Svc TechNew program2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/18/2010
 no05/07/2009
Proposal Summary:Creation of new Forensic Psychology Minor
 
SC-09-57Addiction Services Publ Svc TechNew program2009, FallApproved by Board of Trustees
08/10/2009
 yes05/07/2009
Proposal Summary:This proposal will separate the existing Associate of Applied Science in Community Services Technology: Addiction Services Option (subject code 2260) into an independent program: Associate of Applied Science in Addiction Services with subject code 2265. All addiction services courses with the 2260 subject code will be changed to 2265. OBR has given preliminary approval for this proposal.
 
SC-09-58Remove Core Courses from Criminal Justice Minor Programs Publ Svc TechProgram changes2009, FallProposal Withdrawn
04/15/2009
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:We are deleting the core course requirements from our Criminal Justice Technology Minor Programs.
 
SC-09038  Publ Svc TechProgram changes2009, FallProposal Withdrawn
04/15/2009
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:
 
FAA-09-069Eliminate course from minor SLPAProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/18/2009
 no04/07/2009
Proposal Summary:We dropped 7700:440 (FAA-09-061), therefore we must delete that course from the requirements of our minor.
 
FAA-09-003Make 7700:749 repeatable up to 24 credits SLPACourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
02/13/2009
 no10/07/2008
Proposal Summary:The School's clinical practicum courses need to be repeatable to accommodate circumstances where additional work is needed. Currently, 8 of our 11 clinical practicum courses are repeatable, but due to oversight, three are not. This proposal is submitted to rectify that oversight for 7700:749 Graduate Audiologist III. It is listed as an 8 credit course, and we propose to make it repeatable up to 24 credits. Also, correct co-req will be added.
 
FAA-09-004Make 7700:750 repeatable up to 24 credits SLPACourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
02/13/2009
 no10/07/2008
Proposal Summary:Brief summary of proposal

The School's clinical practicum courses need to be repeatable to accommodate circumstances where additional work is needed. Currently, 8 of our 11 clinical practicum courses are repeatable, but due to oversight, three are not. This proposal is submitted to rectify that oversight for 7700:750 Graduate Audiologist IV. It is listed as an 8 credit course, and we propose to make it repeatable up to 24 credits.
 
FAA-09-005Make 7700:751 repeatable up to 9 credits SLPACourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
02/13/2009
 no10/07/2008
Proposal Summary:The School's clinical practicum courses need to be repeatable to accommodate circumstances where additional work is needed. Currently, 8 of our 11 clinical practicum courses are repeatable, but due to oversight, three are not. This proposal is submitted to rectify that oversight for 7700:751 Graduate Audiologist V. It is listed as an 3 credit course, and we propose to make it repeatable up to 9 credits.
 
FAA-09-006Change 7700:235 to a 300 level course. SLPACourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no01/22/2009
Proposal Summary:The faculty of the School of Speech Language Pathology and Audiology has determined that this course, as currently taught, warrants changing the level from the current 200 level to the 300 level.
 
FAA-09-007Change 7700:240 to a 300 level course, and change the name. SLPACourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no01/22/2009
Proposal Summary:The faculty has determined that 7700:240 has the academic content and rigor of a 300 level course, and we request that change. Also, we request a name change to Audiologic Treatment consistent with current terminology in the profession.
 
FAA-09-008Change 7700:265 to a 300 level course SLPACourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no01/22/2009
Proposal Summary:The School of Speech Language Pathology and Audiology has determined that 7700:265 as currently taught warrants changing the level from the 200 level to the 300 level.
 
FAA-09-009Change 7700:266 to a 300 level course SLPACourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no01/22/2009
Proposal Summary:The School of Speech Language Pathology and Audiology has determined that 7700:266 as currently taught warrants changing the level from the 200 level to the 300 level.
 
FAA-09-010Change 7700:322 to a 400 level course SLPACourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no01/22/2009
Proposal Summary:The School of Speech Language Pathology and Audiology has determined that 7700:322 as currently taught warrants changing the level from the 300 level to the 400 level.
 
FAA-09-011Change course name and co-reqs for 7700:731 SLPACourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no01/22/2009
Proposal Summary:We have decided that "Fourth Year Seminar" is a more appropriate name for 7700:731. Also, the current co-requisites are incorrect; the correct co-requisites for this course are 7700:749, 7700:750 or permission from instructor.
 
FAA-09-060Change pre-req for 7700:540 Augmentative Communication SLPACourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no01/22/2009
Proposal Summary:Change pre-req to "graduate standing in speech-language pathology".
 
FAA-09-061Drop 7700:440 SLPACourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no01/22/2009
Proposal Summary:Drop 7700:440 Augmentative Communication. The rationale: 1) Enrollment demands: We no longer can accommodate undergraduates. 2) The rigor of the course, including advances in AAC technology, is consistent with our graduate level 7700:540 course.
 
AS-09--058change pre-requisite on 3850:421 Racial and Ethnic Relations SociologyCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no03/06/2009
Proposal Summary:Add 3850:320 Social Inequalities as a pre-requisite to course 3850:421 Racial and Ethnic Relations
 
AS-09-059increase minimum hours required in sociology under Sociology/Criminology and Law Enforcement SociologyProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/26/2009
 no12/19/2008
Proposal Summary:change mininum number of hours from 34 to 35 under the Sociology/Criminology and Law Enforcement requirements of the BA degree
 
AS-09-139change courses for Graduate Certificate in Gender Conflict SociologyProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/18/2009
 no04/07/2009
Proposal Summary:Drop 3850:639 Sociology of Gender and 3850:523 Sociology of Women; add 3850:547 Sociology of Sex and Gender under required courses for the Graduate Certificate in Gender Conflict.
 
AS-09-010BS/BA Statistics StatisticsProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/01/2009
 no03/12/2009
Proposal Summary:Add Introduction to Computer Science (3460:209 4.0 CH) to the list of core requirements for the BS/BA in Statistics. We will no longer need to list this course as an additional requirement under the Computer Science option (Track 1) since it will now be among the core requirements. Also, for the regular BS/BA Statistics and Computer Science options, we are now going to require that at least 3.0 CH of the electives come from approved Statistics (3470) courses.
 
AS-09-065Change bulletin description to signify courses which are excluded from the graduate major requirements in statistics StatisticsCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
02/12/2009
 no12/19/2008
Proposal Summary:Certain 500/600 level courses have been historically excluded from M.S. degree requirements because they are either bridge-up/prerequisite courses or specialized courses for other graduate degree programs. We have always manually listed these on the Advancement to Candidacy, but was asked by the Graduate School to formalize the exclusion to assist their review of the forms and also assist in course exclusions in DARS.
 
AS-09-123Change 8300:695 Independent Study from Credit/noncredit to Letter Grade StatisticsCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no03/10/2009
Proposal Summary:The Master of Public Health program is a consortium program which includes courses from The University of Akron, Cleveland State, Kent State, Youngstown State, and Ohio University and is based at The Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine (See http://www.neoucom.edu/MPH/). This proposal to change the grading format from Credit/noncredit to a letter grade for the 8300:695 Independent Study course simply brings UA's grading format in line with the other consortium schools. This was discussed and agreed upon during the monthly consortium conference call.
 
FAA-09-042Program change to BA in Theatre TheatreProgram changes2009, Summer IFinal Approval Granted
05/05/2009
 no03/17/2009
Proposal Summary:Allow direct admission to BA in Theatre
 
FAA-09-043Allow direct admission to BA in Theatre Arts TAG TheatreProgram changes2009, Summer IFinal Approval Granted
05/05/2009
 no03/17/2009
Proposal Summary:Allow direct admission to BA in Theatre Arts TAG
 
FAA-09-044Create 7800:495 Senior Honors Project in Theatre 1-3 TheatreProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/01/2009
 no03/17/2009
Proposal Summary:Create 7800:495 Senior Honors Project in Theatre 1-3
 
FAA-09-045Add 7800:555 Creating Performance 3 TheatreProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/01/2009
 no03/17/2009
Proposal Summary:Add 7800:555 Creating Performance 3
 
FAA-09-046Add 7800:455 Creating Performance 3 TheatreProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/01/2009
 no03/17/2009
Proposal Summary:Add 7800:455 Creating Performance 3
 
FAA-09-047Add 7800:345 The Audition Process 3 TheatreProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/01/2009
 no03/17/2009
Proposal Summary:Add 7800:345 The Audition Process 3
 
AS-09-0915 year BS/MS Applied Mathematics/Polymer Engineering Theoretical and Applied MathematicsNew program2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/10/2009
 no03/10/2009
Proposal Summary:This is an accelerated five-year BS/MS program. After successfully completing this program, a student will receive a bachelor’s degree in applied mathematics as well as a master’s degree in polymer engineering. Under the supervision of faculty advisors in applied mathematics and polymer engineering, a student in the program will finish the core course requirements and most of the electives for the bachelor’s degree in the first three years. During the third year of the baccalaureate degree a student will formally apply to the program through the Graduate School. Upon acceptance a student will be cleared to complete the remaining electives of the bachelor’s degree and 30 credits of graduate work for the master’s degree in the last two years. A student will be eligible for a graduate assistantship only in these last two years and must be registered for at least nine graduate credits in each of those semesters.
 
AS-09-092Addition of course to Mathematics BS Degree Theoretical and Applied MathematicsProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/26/2009
 no12/19/2008
Proposal Summary:Adding Ordinary Differential Equations to the Mathematics BS degree.
 
AS-09-094Applied Mathematics BS Theoretical and Applied MathematicsProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/26/2009
 no12/19/2008
Proposal Summary:Adding Fundamentals of Advanced Mathematics to the required courses for the Applied Mathematics BS program.
 
AS-09-0963450:135 Excursions in Mathematics Theoretical and Applied MathematicsCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no02/25/2009
Proposal Summary:Changing the prerequisite to match that of most other major universities.
 
AS-09-0973450:140 Name and Prerequisite Change Theoretical and Applied MathematicsCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no03/06/2009
Proposal Summary:The name of the course is being changed to better reflect the content in the course. The prerequisite is being changed to guarantee that students taking the course are interested in becoming teachers.
 
AS-09-0983450:260 to 3450:240 and name change Theoretical and Applied MathematicsCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no02/25/2009
Proposal Summary:Course number and name change to better reflect the flow of courses through the education program.
 
AS-09-0993450:231 Modeling with Algebraic and Transcendental Functions Theoretical and Applied MathematicsCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
02/12/2009
 no12/19/2008
Proposal Summary:This course will replace College Algebra for the Middle Level Education Majors with a mathematics concentration, exposing them to modeling of real world situations using the mathematics that they will be teaching. The pre-service teachers will see why what they will be teaching is the gateway to their students’ continuing education in mathematics and the sciences.
 
AS-09-1003450:331 Modeling with Calculus Theoretical and Applied MathematicsCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
02/12/2009
 no12/19/2008
Proposal Summary:This course will replace Concepts of Calculus for the Middle Level Education Majors with a mathematics concentration, exposing them to modeling of real world situations and the connections between the middle school mathematics curriculum and calculus. The pre-service teachers will see why what they will be teaching is the gateway to their students’ continuing education in mathematics and the sciences.
 
AS-09-1013450:209 Discrete Mathematics for Educators Theoretical and Applied MathematicsCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no02/25/2009
Proposal Summary:Create a new discrete mathematics course for educators so that the two primary audiences for this information will have courses that emphasize what each needs.
 
AS-09-1023450:341 Geometry and Measurement Theoretical and Applied MathematicsCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
02/12/2009
 no12/19/2008
Proposal Summary:Create a geometry class that both middle level and adolescent/young adult educators will take.
 
AS-09-120Prerequisite correction for Calculus with Analytic Geometry I Theoretical and Applied MathematicsCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no03/06/2009
Proposal Summary:The prerequisite was 149 or 145 and 147. When 147 was deleted from the course offerings by a previous curriculum proposal, the prerequisite was incorrectly changed to 149 or 145. The prerequisite should be 149.
 
UC-09-01Update course description for Career Planning Univ CollCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 yes03/27/2009
Proposal Summary:The purpose of this proposal is to update the course description for 1100:117 to make it clearer that the course is offered in both face-to-face as well as online versions. The current description has led people to believe that the course is only offered online.
 
UC-09-02Add online section of Student Success Seminar Univ CollCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/08/2009
 yes04/30/2009
Proposal Summary:The purpose of this proposal is to submit information regarding the delivery of the Student Success Seminar (1100:101) in a fully online format (i.e., change in mode of delivery). The course will continue to be delivered in a face-to-face format as well as online.
 
UC-09-03Change course number from 1600:305 to 1100:205 Univ CollCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no03/27/2009
Proposal Summary:The Department of Military Science and Leadership originally developed 1600:305 (Leadership Techniques and Principles) to contribute to the leadership development and education of students at the university. The class is intended to augment students’ academic endeavors as an elective and to contribute to upcoming leadership initiatives. After discussion with the Dean of University College, the Associate Vice President of Student Affairs and Dean of Students, and the Director of Leadership Development & Special Projects it was decided that the course would better serve the campus community as an offering through University College rather than through Military Science.
 
WC-09-01Blanket DL course proposal WayneCourse changes only2009, FallProposal Withdrawn
02/24/2009
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:This proposal is to ensure that course listings accurately reflect how courses are taught with respect to distance learning (Board of Trustees rule 3359-20-05.2). This mode of delivery proposal applies to courses that have been offered in one of the DL classrooms or otherwise transmitted to another site off campus between Fall 2001 through September 2008.
 
WC-09-02Blanket course deletion proposal WayneCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no02/27/2009
Proposal Summary:This proposal is to ensure that course listings accurately reflect our current course offerings by deleting courses that have not been offered in the past five years where departments have no plans of offering them in the future.

2600:150 Test Equipment & Measurement
2600:155 Microprocessor Assembly Language Programming
2600:190 Microprocessor Systems Architecture
2600:200 Electronics Troubleshooting
2600:210 Industrial Electronics for Technicians
2600:230 Microprocessor & Digital Technology
2600:250 Microprocessor Diagnostics & Repair Technology
2600:260 Microprocessor Diagnostics & Applications
2600:275 Digital Data Communications
 
WC-09-03Exercise Science Technology WayneNew program2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
02/18/2010
 no11/26/2008
Proposal Summary:Creation of a new associate of applied science degree program in Exercise Science Technology.
 
WC-09-04Health Care Office Management WayneCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 yes02/27/2009
Proposal Summary:Creation of two new courses for Health Care Office Management: Medical Transcription and Editing (traditional and web-based delivery); and Internship Orientation. Prerequisite modification for 2530:255 Health Care Office Management and Medicolegal Issues.
 
WC-09-05Health Care Office Management WayneProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/05/2009
 no01/22/2009
Proposal Summary:Add new Internship Orientation course to Health Care Office Management program requirements (refer to WC-09-04 for Course Addition form).
 
WC-09-06Office Technology - Health Care Administrative Assistant Option WayneProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/05/2009
 no01/22/2009
Proposal Summary:Change program requirements to include new internship orientation course and new transcription course (refer to WC-09-04 for Course Addition forms).
 
WC-09-07Medical Transcription Certificate WayneProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/05/2009
 no01/22/2009
Proposal Summary:Change program requirements for the Medical Transcription certificate to include new Medical Transcription and Editing course (refer to WC-09-04 for Course Addition form).
 
WC-09-08Office Technology department name change WayneProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/05/2009
 no01/22/2009
Proposal Summary:Change of program/department name to Computer and Business Technology.
 
WC-09-09Office Technology - Business Office Manager Option WayneProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/18/2009
 no04/17/2009
Proposal Summary:Change of program requirements: add 2420:170; delete 7600:106; change 2040:240 or 3750:100 to 2040:240; delete physical education/wellness requirement (refer to WC-09-08 for proposed program/department name change).
 
WC-09-10Office Technology - Application Software Option WayneProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/18/2009
 no04/17/2009
Proposal Summary:Change of program requirements: add 2420:170, 2440:140, 2440:141 and 2540:253; delete 2020:222, 2030:151 & 152 OR 3470:250, and Technical Electives; change 2040:240 or 3750:100 to 2040:240, 2540:263 OR 7600:106 to 2540:263; delete physical education/wellness requirement (refer to WC-09-08 for proposed program/department name change).
 
WC-09-11Office Technology - Information Specialist Certificate WayneProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/05/2009
 no01/22/2009
Proposal Summary:Change of program requirements: add 2540:243; delete 2540:281; (refer to WC-09-08 for proposed program/department name change).
 
WC-09-12CNET course additions, changes and deletions WayneCourse changes only2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/03/2009
 no01/22/2009
Proposal Summary:For a number of years, there has been a move away from teaching vendor-specific certificate-based courses and programs toward broader-based courses and programs that give students more breadth in their technical education. The goal is that through a broad-based approach, students will be able to see a broader view of the vocation and also have a wider range of skill sets. The course additions, changes and deletions in this proposal address that objective.
 
WC-09-13Office Technology - Computer Support Option WayneProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/05/2009
 no03/17/2009
Proposal Summary:For a number of years, there has been a move away from teaching vendor-specific certificate-based courses and programs toward broader-based courses and programs that give students more breadth in their technical education. The goal is that through a broad-based approach, students will be able to see a broader view of the vocation and also have a wider range of skill sets. The program changes in this proposal address that objective. (refer to WC-09-08 for proposed program/department name change)
 
WC-09-14Office Technology - Networking Support Option WayneProgram changes2009, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/05/2009
 no03/17/2009
Proposal Summary:For a number of years, there has been a move away from teaching vendor-specific certificate-based courses and programs toward broader-based courses and programs that give students more breadth in their technical education. The goal is that through a broad-based approach, students will be able to see a broader view of the vocation and also have a wider range of skill sets. The program changes in this proposal address that objective. (refer to WC-09-08 for proposed program/department name change)
 


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