Curriculum Proposal System
Proposal List

Explanation of Proposal Statuses

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Proposal
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Proposal
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AS-10-001BS Biology Program changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
12/17/2009
 no12/14/2009
Proposal Summary:1) Change Biology (3100) course core from 22 to 21; change Biology (3100) course electives from 18 to 19.
2) Separate Animal Physiology lecture/lab into 2 courses suggested under the subcategory of Preparation for Professional School and also listed as choices for 300/400 Biology elective courses.
3) Separate Cell Physiology lecture/lab into 2 courses listed as choices for 300/400 Biology elective courses and change prereq.
4) Change prerequisite for Principles of Biology I, 3100:111 (core requirement).
5) Change prerequisite/coreq for Immunology, 3100:437 which is a choice as 300/400 Biology elective course.
 
AS-10-089program requirement change for PhD in Psychology Program changes2011, FallFinal Approval Granted
10/26/2010
 no10/25/2010
Proposal Summary:The Advanced Psychology GRE Test is NO longer a requirement when applying to the Doctoral program in Psychology
 
EN-10-89 Course changes only2010, FallProposal Withdrawn
11/04/2009
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:
 
WC-10-03Delete Computer Network Engineering Technology associate degree program. Program changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/01/2010
 no04/15/2010
Proposal Summary:The Computer Network Engineering Technology associate degree program was closed to new student enrollment effective Fall 2006 (see WC-07-07) and removed from the University Bulletin and Wayne College Catalog. The remaining known majors have been cycled through their remaining degree requirements and graduated from the program. This proposal will serve to officially delete the program.
 
zz-10-99this is a test Course changes only2010, FallUnder development
05/06/2010
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:
 
BA-10-03Enterprise Risk Assessment – change in prerequisites  AccountingCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/09/2010
 no02/09/2010
Proposal Summary:6200:658 Enterprise Risk Assessment – change in prerequisites
 
BA-10-04Corporate Taxation II – change in prerequisites and course description AccountingCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/09/2010
 no02/09/2010
Proposal Summary:6200:642 Corporate Taxation II – change in prerequisites and course description
 
BA-10-05S Corp Taxation – change in prerequisites AccountingCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/09/2010
 no02/09/2010
Proposal Summary:6200:662 S Corp Taxation – change in prerequisites
 
BA-10-06International Taxation – change in prerequisites AccountingCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/09/2010
 no02/09/2010
Proposal Summary:6200:651 International Taxation – change in prerequisites
 
BA-10-07Selected Topics in Taxation – change in prerequisites AccountingCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/09/2010
 no02/09/2010
Proposal Summary:6200:693 Selected Topics in Taxation – change in prerequisites
 
BA-10-08Accounting Principles I - remove www and distrance learning designation AccountingCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
12/17/2009
 no12/15/2009
Proposal Summary:6200:201 – Accounting Principles I – remove the www and distance learning designation from the registrar’s records.
 
BA-10-09Cost Management Prerequisite Change AccountingCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
12/17/2009
 no12/15/2009
Proposal Summary:6200:301 – Cost Management – prerequisite change. Adding to prerequisites admission to College of Business Administration to the existing prerequisites.
 
BA-10-17Delete 6500:648 – Management of Telecommunications under Group D: Information Systems Electives AccountingProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/01/2010
 no02/09/2010
Proposal Summary:Master of Science in Accountancy
Delete 6500:648 – Management of Telecommunications under Group D: Information Systems Electives
Add: 6500:520 – Management of Data Networks and 6500:645 Software Development and Quality Assurance
Rationale: The one class was deleted because it is no longer offered by Management. The two classes have been added as electives to minimize any scheduling conflicts that might occur when completing these electives. Either class would meet content criteria for students who are interested in completing the MSA AIS option.
 
BA-10-18Delete 6500-648 – Management of Telecommunications under Group D: Information Systems Electives  AccountingProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/01/2010
 no02/09/2010
Proposal Summary:Accelerated BS/MS Accounting
Delete 6500-648 – Management of Telecommunications under Group D: Information Systems Electives
Add: 6500:520 – Management of Data Networks and 6500:645 Software Development and Quality Assurance
Rationale: The one class was deleted because it is no longer offered by Management. These two classes have been added as electives to minimize any scheduling conflicts that might occur when completing these electives.
 
SC-10-01Radiologic Technology program changes All HealthProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
12/17/2009
 no12/08/2009
Proposal Summary:Currently, UA issues block credit of 41 credit hours towards completion of the Associate Degree in Applied Science in Radiologic Technology. This proposal changes the process, so credit hours are awarded for each specific course the student completes in the program.
 
SC-10-10Inclusion of Emergency Responder I course in General Education Program All HealthCourse changes only2010, SpringFinal Approval Granted
02/03/2011
 no12/08/2010
Proposal Summary:In order to provide the seamless articulation of general education as specified in the Ohio Transfer Module by the Ohio Board of Regents this curriculum proposal seeks the inclusion of the Emergency Responder I course in the University's General Education Program.
 
SC-10-41Medical Assisting Practicum 2740:246  All HealthProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/01/2010
 no03/08/2010
Proposal Summary:This course will allow Medical Assisting students to be identified as such for their clinical experience. They currently are taking the course 2740:245 which other Allied Health students take as well. This proposal will change the clinical experience to Medical Assisting Practicum 2740:246.
 
SC-10-60Respiratory Therapy Procedures I, 2790:210 (change in pre-requisite) All HealthCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/09/2010
 no03/08/2010
Proposal Summary:Change in pre-requisiste for Respiratory Therapy Procedures I, 2790:210.
 
CPA-010-012Art History ArtProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
01/19/2010
 no12/16/2009
Proposal Summary:Survey of Art History has outgrown its current two class, 4 credit hour each configuration, and has been rewritten as a 3 3-credit sequence.
Some substitution of required courses have been made to make room for Survey of Asian Art (7100:413) CPA-010-016) and Art of the African Diaspora (7100:308) as required courses. History of Modernism, undergrad and grad sections (7100:404/504) have been deleted since this material will be covered in Survey of Art History III (7100:102)(CPA-010-018)
 
CPA-010-013Art Education ArtProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/01/2010
 no12/31/2009
Proposal Summary:Replace printmaking course options (one of the following)
7100:213 Introduction to Lithography 3
7100:214 Introduction to Screen Printing 3
7100:215 Introduction to Relief Printing 3
7100:216 Introduction to Intaglio Printing 3
With 7100:213 Introduction to Printmaking 3 (see FAA-09-021) to update BA in Art Education.
 
CPA-010-014 7100:101 Survey of Art History II ArtCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
12/17/2009
 no12/16/2009
Proposal Summary:Changes 7100:101 Survey of Art History II from a 4 credit hour course to a 3 credit hour course.

This is part of a larger move that changes 7100:101 Survey of Art History I from a 4 credit hour course to a 3 credit hour course (CPA-010-015) and adds Survey of Art History III 3cr (CPA-010-017).
 
CPA-010-0157100:100 Survey of Art History I ArtCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
12/17/2009
 no12/16/2009
Proposal Summary:Changes 7100:100 Survey of Art History I from a 4 credit hour course to a 3 credit hour course.

This is part of a larger move that changes 7100:101 Survey of Art History II from a 4 credit hour course to a 3 credit hour course (CPA-010-014) and adds Survey of Art History III 3cr (CPA-010-017).
 
CPA-010-0167100:413 Survey of Asian Art ArtProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/01/2010
 no02/17/2010
Proposal Summary:Add 7100:413 Survey of Asian Art
 
CPA-010-0177100:102 Survey of Art History III ArtCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
01/29/2010
 no12/31/2009
Proposal Summary:add 7100:102 Survey of Art History III (CPA-010-012)
 
CPA-010-018 7100:404/504 Modernism ArtCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/09/2010
 no02/08/2010
Proposal Summary:delete 7100:404/504 Modernism (CPA-010-012)
 
CPA-010-049Survey of Asian Art 7100:513 ArtCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/01/2010
 no04/08/2010
Proposal Summary:Addition of a graduate number for Survey of Asian Art to be taught at the same time as the undergraduate course (CPA-010-016)
 
CPA-010-050New Interdisciplinary Course: History of Performance/New Media ArtProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/17/2010
 no03/19/2010
Proposal Summary:Create a new interdisciplinary course: 7000:401 History of Performance/New Media. This course will be part of a new interdisciplinary minor (see CPA-010-054)
 
CPA-010-051Add New Course: New Media 3: Creative Projects ArtProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/17/2010
 no03/19/2010
Proposal Summary:Create a new interdisciplinary course: 7000:400 New Media III: Creative Projects. This course will be part of a new interdisciplinary minor (see CPA-010-054)
 
CPA-010-053Add New Course: Introduction to New Media: Creative Mind ArtProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/17/2010
 no03/19/2010
Proposal Summary:Add a new course 7000:100 Introduction to New Media: Creative Mind. This course will be part of a new interdisciplinary minor (see CPA-010-054)
 
CPA-010-054New Media Minor ArtNew program2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/14/2010
 no03/26/2010
Proposal Summary:This proposal creates a new interdisciplinary minor in New Media that involves all of the Schools in the College of Creative and Professional Arts. This minor is overseen by the Dean's Office, but this form made us pick a School to claim ownership - so we picked Art since the faculty member teaching the required course is housed in that School. This minor incorporates existing courses from all the schools in the College of Creative and Professional Arts (Art, Communication, Music, Theatre/Dance) and four new interdisciplinary courses to be taught by existing faculty in the college (see CPA-010-050, CPA-010-051, CPA-010-052, CPA-010-053)
 
CPA-010-057Photography ArtProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/17/2010
 no03/26/2010
Proposal Summary:Deletion of 3650:137 Light 3 cr hr as a requirement for photo majors.
 
CPA-010-061Bachelor of Art: Art Education ArtProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/17/2010
 no03/26/2010
Proposal Summary:This program change to the Bachelor of Art: Art Education degree reflects the waiver of 7100:210 Visual Arts Awareness 3 cr. and the substitution of 7100: 100 Survey of Art History I and 7100: 101 Survey of Art History II 3 cr.
An art education student who takes both Survey of Art History I and II will receive 3 credits of General Education/Humanities/Fine Arts.
 
CPA-010-062Bachelor of Fine Arts ArtProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/17/2010
 no03/26/2010
Proposal Summary:This program change to the Bachelor of Fine Arts degree reflects the waiver of 7100:210 Visual Arts Awareness 3 cr. and the substitution of 7100: 100 Survey of Art History I and 7100: 101 Survey of Art History II 3 cr.
An art student who takes both Survey of Art History I and II will receive 3 credits of General Education/Humanities/Fine Arts.
 
CPA-010-063Bachelor of Art: Art History option ArtProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/17/2010
 no03/26/2010
Proposal Summary:
This program change to the Bachelor of Art: Art History option reflects the waiver of 7100:210 Visual Arts Awareness 3 cr. and the substitution of 7100: 100 Survey of Art History I and 7100: 101 Survey of Art History II 3 cr.
An art history student who takes both Survey of Art History I and II will receive 3 credits of General Education/Humanities/Fine Arts.
 
CPA-010-064Bachelor of Arts: Studio Art option ArtProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/17/2010
 no03/26/2010
Proposal Summary:This program change to the Bachelor of Arts: Studio Art Option reflects the waiver of 7100:210 Visual Arts Awareness 3 cr. and the substitution of 7100: 100 Survey of History of Art I AND 7100: 101 Survey of History of Art II 3 cr.
An art student who takes both Survey of Art History I and II will receive 3 credits of General Education/Humanities/Fine Arts.
 
CPA-010-065Professional Practices for Design ArtCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/17/2010
 no03/26/2010
Proposal Summary:
Change 7100:384 Professional Practices for Design from a 3 credit hour course with professional practices content as well as junior review content to a 2 credit hour course with professional practices content only. An additional proposal will make the junior review a 1 credit hour course.

No new resources needed
 
CPA-010-066Graphic Design Junior Review ArtProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/17/2010
 no03/26/2010
Proposal Summary:Proposed, a new course, 7100:382 Graphic Design Junior Review 1 cr hr. To be taken at the same time as 7100:384 Professional Practices for Design 2 cr hr.

These two classes take the place of 7100:384 Professional Practices for Design 3 cr. hr which included the junior review content.
 
CPA-010-067Designing for the Web and Devices I ArtCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/17/2010
 no03/26/2010
Proposal Summary:Change 7100:281 Web Page Design 3 cr hr to 7100:281 Designing for the Web and Devices I 3 cr hr.
 
CPA-010-068Designing for the Web and Devices II ArtProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/17/2010
 no03/26/2010
Proposal Summary:Add new course, 7100:282 Designing for the Web and Devices II 3 cr. hr.





 
CPA-010-069Graphic Design Program Change ArtProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/17/2010
 no03/26/2010
Proposal Summary:
The program change reflects the waiver of Visual Arts Awareness and substitute credit for Survey of Art History 1 & 2 for General Education/Humanities/Fine Arts.

Replaces a 3 credit hour Art studio Elective with a 3 credit hour Designing for the Web and Devices II course. (see CPA-010-068).

Separates the course 7100:384 Professional Practices for Design, 3 cr hours into two courses: 7100:382 Graphic Design Junior Review, 1 credit hour course and 7100:384 Professional Design Practices, 2 credit hours (see CPA-010-066 and CPA-010-065)
 
CPA010-052Add New Course: New Media 2: Creative Practice ArtProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/17/2010
 no03/19/2010
Proposal Summary:Create a new course 7000:300 New Media II: Creative Practice. This course will be part of a new interdisciplinary minor (see CPA-010-054)
 
SC-10-03Deletion of 2020:122, Voice Dictated English Assc StudiesCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
12/17/2009
 no11/24/2009
Proposal Summary:This proposal is to ensure that course listings accurately reflect our current course offerings; this course has not been offered in the past five years and there are no plans to offer this course in the future.
 
SC-10-04Deletion of 2100:190, Individualized Study Evaluation Assc StudiesCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
12/17/2009
 no11/24/2009
Proposal Summary:This proposal is to ensure that course listings accurately reflect our current course offerings; this course has not been offered in the past five years and there are no plans to offer this course in the future.
 
SC-10-05Deletion of 2100:195, Individualized Study Assc StudiesCourse changes only2010, FallProposal Withdrawn
10/02/2009
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:This proposal is to ensure that course listings accurately reflect our current course offerings; this course has not been offered in the past five years and there are no plans to offer this course in the future
 
SC-10-082030:161 Mathematics for Modern Technology Assc StudiesCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
12/17/2009
 no11/24/2009
Proposal Summary:Changing the prerequisite to match that of most other major universities.
 
SC-10-22Inclusion of Death & Dying course in General Education Program Assc StudiesCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
12/17/2009
 no12/08/2009
Proposal Summary:In order to provide the seamless articulation of general education as specified in the Ohio Transfer Module by the Ohio Board of Regents, and because the Death and Dying course meets a significant number of The University of Akron’s general education criteria, this curriculum proposal seeks the inclusion of the Death and Dying course in the University's General Education Program.
 
SC-10-39Add New Course: Writing and Editing Assc StudiesCourse changes only2010, SpringFinal Approval Granted
12/17/2009
 no12/09/2009
Proposal Summary:Add a new course (2020:120) Writing and Editing
 
SC-10-66Supervision and Management Certificate  Assc StudiesProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/01/2010
 no05/10/2010
Proposal Summary:Delete: 2440:103 Software Fundamentals, 2 credits, and 2880:210 Controlling and Scheduling Production, 3 credits.
 
EN-09-82 BEProgram changes2010, FallProposal Withdrawn
11/04/2009
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:
 
EN-09-89 BEProgram changes2010, FallProposal Withdrawn
11/20/2009
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:
 
EN-10-82480004BS & 480005BS Biomedical Engineering - Instrumentation, Signals & Imaging Track BEProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
12/17/2009
 no12/17/2009
Proposal Summary:To align the program with changes made by ECE. Proposal Contact: Mary Verstraete
 
EN-10-834800:491 BME Design I BECourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
12/17/2009
 no12/17/2009
Proposal Summary:Change pre-reqs for course 4800:491 BME Design I in the Biomaterials & Tissue Engineering Track (480006BS & 480007BS). Proposal Contact: Mary Verstraete
 
EN-10-844800:492 BME Design II BECourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
12/17/2009
 no12/14/2009
Proposal Summary:Pre-requisite changes to course 4800:492 BME Design II. Proposal Contact: Mary Verstraete
 
AS-10-039Renal Physiology BiologyCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
12/17/2009
 no12/02/2009
Proposal Summary:Add new course in Biology: 3100:478 Renal Physiology
 
AS-10-022BSMD Program BSMDProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
12/17/2009
 no12/02/2009
Proposal Summary:Separating 3100:363 Animal Physiology and 3100:485 Cell Physiology into lecture/lab components. There is no curricular requirement alteration in this proposal.

Refer to AS-10-001 for the change/add components of 3100:363/364 and 3100:485/486.
 
SC-10-06Mode of Delivery Change for 2520:101 Essentials of Marketing Technology Bus TechCourse changes only2010, SpringFinal Approval Granted
01/29/2010
 yes12/21/2009
Proposal Summary:Adding modality change for existing class: 2520:101 Essentials of Marketing Technology. This is proposed for on-line scheduling in addition to campus classroom-based scheduling.
 
SC-10-11Delete Transportation Associate Degree, General Option Bus TechProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
12/17/2009
 no12/01/2009
Proposal Summary:The Transportation program was removed from the Undergraduate Bulletin 2002-2003, and effective Fall Semester 2003,we were no longer offering the degree. This proposal will serve to officially delete the Transportation associate degree.
 
SC-10-12Delete Transportation Minor Bus TechProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
12/17/2009
 no12/01/2009
Proposal Summary:The Transportation minor was removed from the Undergraduate Bulletin 2002-2003, and effective Fall Semester 2003, we were no longer offering the minor. This proposal will serve to officially delete the Transportation minor.
 
SC-10-13Transportation Studies Certificate Bus TechProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
12/17/2009
 no12/01/2009
Proposal Summary:The Transportation Studies certificate was removed from the Undergraduate Bulletin 2002-2003, and effective Fall Semester 2003, we were no longer offering the certificate. This proposal will serve to officially delete the Transportation Studies certificate.
 
SC-10-14Program change for Hospitality Management, Culinary Arts Option Bus TechProgram changes2010, SpringFinal Approval Granted
12/17/2009
 no12/01/2009
Proposal Summary:Delete 2540:140 Keyboarding for Nonmajors from required Bridge Courses.
 
SC-10-15Program change for Hospitality Management, Hotel/Lodging Management Option Bus TechProgram changes2010, SpringFinal Approval Granted
12/17/2009
 no12/01/2009
Proposal Summary:Delete 2540:140 Keyboarding for Nonmajors from required Bridge Courses.
 
SC-10-16Program change for Hospitality Management, Hotel Marketing and Sales Option Bus TechProgram changes2010, SpringFinal Approval Granted
12/17/2009
 no12/01/2009
Proposal Summary:Delete 2540:140 Keyboarding for Nonmajors from required Bridge Courses.
 
SC-10-17Hospitality Management, Restaurant Management Option Bus TechProgram changes2010, SpringFinal Approval Granted
12/17/2009
 no12/01/2009
Proposal Summary:Delete 2540:140 Keyboarding for Nonmajors from required Bridge Courses.
 
SC-10-18Program changes for Hospitality Management, Hotel/Lodging Management Minor Bus TechProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
12/17/2009
 no12/01/2009
Proposal Summary:Delete 2280:232 Dining Room Service and Training and add 2280:280 Special Events.
 
SC-10-19Hospitality Management, Hotel/Lodging Management Certificate Bus TechProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
12/17/2009
 no12/01/2009
Proposal Summary:Delete 2280:121 Fundamentals of Food Preparation I and 2280:256 Hospitality Law, and add 2280:280 Special Events Management.
 
SC-10-20Hospitality Management, Hotel Marketing and Sales Certificate Bus TechProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
12/17/2009
 no12/01/2009
Proposal Summary:Delete 2280:232 Dining Room Service & Training and 2540:273 Microsoft PowerPoint
 
SC-10-21Course change for 2280:250 Front Office Operations Bus TechCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
12/17/2009
 no12/01/2009
Proposal Summary:Remove 2540:270 Business Software Applications as a prerequisite.
 
SC-10-33Program change for Business Management Technology, General Option Bus TechProgram changes2010, FallUnder development
03/10/2010
 no
Proposal Summary:Allow 2540:263 Professional Communications and Presentations as an OR option with 7600:105 Introduction to Public Speaking and 7600:106 Effective Oral Communications.
 
SC-10-34Program change for Business Management Technology, Accounting Option Bus TechProgram changes2010, FallUnder development
04/01/2010
 no
Proposal Summary:Allow 2540:263 Professional Communications and Presentations as an OR option with 7600:105 Introduction to Public Speaking and 7600:106 Effective Oral Communications.
 
SC-10-35Business Management Technology, Small Business Management Option Bus TechProgram changes2010, FallUnder development
03/10/2010
 no
Proposal Summary:Allow 2540:263 Professional Communications and Presentations as an OR option with 7600:105 Introduction to Public Speaking and 7600:106 Effective Oral Communications.
 
SC-10-36Program change for Business Management Technology, Accounting Specialist Certificate Bus TechProgram changes2010, FallUnder development
09/18/2009
 no
Proposal Summary:Omit 2540:140 Keyboarding for Non-Majors from the Bridge Courses.
 
SC-10-37Business Management Technology Certificate Bus TechProgram changes2010, FallUnder development
09/18/2009
 no
Proposal Summary:Omit 2540:140 Keyboarding for Nonmajors from the bridge courses.
 
SC-10-38Program change for Small Business Management Certificate Bus TechProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
12/17/2009
 no12/01/2009
Proposal Summary:Omit 2420:118 Financial Management and Planning for the Small Business and 2440:103 Software Fundamentals, and add 2440:105 Introduction to Computers and Application Software.
 
SC-10-45Delete Transportation Associate Degree, Airline/Travel Industry Option Bus TechProgram changes2010, SpringFinal Approval Granted
04/01/2010
 no03/08/2010
Proposal Summary:The Transportation Airline/Travel Industry Option was deactivated effective Fall Semester 2000. This proposal will serve to officially delete the Transportation Airline/Travel Industry associate degree option.
 
SC-10-46Program change for CIS Computer Maintenance and Network Technology minor Bus TechProgram changes2010, FallProposal Withdrawn
01/20/2010
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:Delete 2440:268 Network Concepts and add 2440:248 Server Hardware Support.
 
SC-10-47Program change for CIS, Programming Specialist Option Bus TechProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/01/2010
 no03/08/2010
Proposal Summary:Remove 2030:151 Tech Math I. Add to 2030:161 Math for Modern Tech "OR 2030:152 Tech Math II AND 2030:153 Tech Math III". Remove 2540:119 Business English and replace with 2020:222 Technical Report Writing.
 
SC-10-48Program change for CIS, Web Development Option Bus TechProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/01/2010
 no03/08/2010
Proposal Summary:Remove 2030:151 Tech Math I. Add to 2030:161 Math for Modern Tech "OR 2030:152 Tech Math II AND 2030:153 Tech Math III". Remove 2540:119 Business English and replace with 2020:222 Technical Report Writing.
 
SC-10-49Course change for 2440:105 Introduction to Computers and Application Software Bus TechCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/09/2010
 no03/08/2010
Proposal Summary:Change course content for 2440:105 Introduction to Computers and Application Software.
 
SC-10-50Delete Transportation Travel and Tourism Certificate Bus TechProgram changes2010, SpringFinal Approval Granted
04/01/2010
 no03/08/2010
Proposal Summary:The Transportation Travel and Tourism certificate was deactivated effective Fall Semester 2000. This proposal will serve to officially delete the Transportation Travel and Tourism certificate.
 
SC-10-51Delete Transportation Airline/Travel Industry Minor Bus TechProgram changes2010, SpringFinal Approval Granted
04/01/2010
 no03/08/2010
Proposal Summary:The Transportation Airline/Travel Industry minor was deactivated effective Fall Semester 2000. This proposal will serve to officially delete the Transportation Airline/Travel Industry minor.
 
SC-10-63Delete Marketing and Sales Technology, Web Site Development Certificate Bus TechProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/18/2010
 no03/29/2010
Proposal Summary:Delete Web Site Development certificate in Marketing and Sales Technology due to nonenrollment.
 
SC-10-67Deactivate Real Estate Certificate Bus TechProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/18/2010
 no03/29/2010
Proposal Summary:Deactivate Real Estate Certificate due to lack of enrollment.
 
EN-10-20 Chem ENew program2010, FallProposal Withdrawn
11/20/2009
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:Business Specialization in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering. A course sequence leading to business specialization certificate. Proposal Contact: Dick Elliott
 
AS-10-004BS Biochemistry electives change ChemistryProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
12/17/2009
 no12/17/2009
Proposal Summary:We would like to change the list of electives for the BS in Biochemistry to include independent research course offered in biology and eliminate Statistical Methods.
 
AS-10-080Add 3150:470 Spectroscopic Identification of Organic Compounds ChemistryCourse changes only2010, FallUnder development
02/01/2010
 no
Proposal Summary:We propose 3150:470, Spectroscopic Identification of Organic Compounds, so that advanced chemistry undergraduates will be able to take advantage of the course offered as 3150:670 with the same title. Course requirements and grading would be appropriate for undergraduates.
 
CPA-010-001Revisions to Radio/TV Major Track CommProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
12/17/2009
 no11/25/2009
Proposal Summary:Revise Radio/TV major to reflect revised lists of required/elective courses, number and title changes, and new course 7600:378 Topics in Media History/Genre.
See CPA-010-002, CPA-010-005, CPA-010-006, CPA-010-007, CPA-010-011
 
CPA-010-002Add new course 7600:378 Topics in Media History/Genre CommCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
12/17/2009
 no11/25/2009
Proposal Summary:Add a new course 7600:378 Topics in Media History/Genre. (see CPA-010-008 for course deletions)
 
CPA-010-003Changes in Media History Minor CommProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
12/17/2009
 no11/25/2009
Proposal Summary:Revisions in Media History Minor to reflect changes made to Radio/TV Major (see CPA-010-001)
 
CPA-010-004Changes to Mass Communication Minor CommProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
12/17/2009
 no11/25/2009
Proposal Summary:Revisions to the Mass Communication Minor to reflect changes made in the Radio/TV Major (see CPA-010-001)
 
CPA-010-005Change number/title of 7600:484 CommCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
12/17/2009
 no11/25/2009
Proposal Summary:Change the number/title of 7600:484 Regulations in Mass Media to 7600:284 Legal Issues in Media. Slight change in course description to clarify course content.
 
CPA-010-006Change title of 7600:396 CommCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
12/17/2009
 no11/25/2009
Proposal Summary:Change the title of 7600:396 Radio/TV Programming to 7600:396 Programming & Audience Analysis. Change course description to reflect new emphasis.
 
CPA-010-007Change number of 7600:387 CommCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
12/17/2009
 no11/25/2009
Proposal Summary:Change the number of 7600:387 Radio and TV Writing to 7600:287 Radio and TV Writing
 
CPA-010-008Delete 7600:385 and 7600:386 CommCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
12/17/2009
 no11/25/2009
Proposal Summary:Delete 7600:385 and 7600:386 from the university catalog.
 
CPA-010-009Revisions to Media Production Major CommProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
12/17/2009
 no11/25/2009
Proposal Summary:Includes revisions to the Media Production Major. Some changes are required due to changes made in the Radio/TV Major (see CPA-010-001). Other changes are a rearrangement of courses.
 
CPA-010-010Revisions to Media Production Minor CommProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
12/17/2009
 no11/25/2009
Proposal Summary:Revise the Media Production Minor to match changes made in the Media Production Major (see CPA-010-009)
 
CPA-010-011Change title and Mode of Delivery for 7600:375 CommCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
01/29/2010
 yes12/18/2009
Proposal Summary:The following changes are being made to 7600:375 Communication Technology & Change: 1. Change the title to Web Production, 2. Change the mode of delivery of the on-campus section to web-enhanced (delivery of once-a-week lecture via CourseCast & SpringBoard, labs still held on campus); 3. Create a completely online section of the class to be taught, lectures and labs, via CourseCast and SpringBoard.
 
CPA-010-055Changes in Graduation Requirements for Communication BAT degrees CommProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/17/2010
 no03/19/2010
Proposal Summary:This proposal eliminates the self-designed "tag" minor option for the BAT degree. Students will have to complete an academic Minor as approved through the university curriculum process, have an earned AA/AS degree, or complete a second major in a field other than Communication for the BAT degree.
 
CPA-010-056Add prerequisite to 7600:625 CommCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/01/2010
 no04/08/2010
Proposal Summary:Add 7600:600 as a prerequisite to 7600:625
 
CPA-010-060Add prerequisite to 7600:303 CommCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/17/2010
 no03/26/2010
Proposal Summary:Add 7600:300 Newswriting as a prerequisite to 7600:303 Public Relations Writing
 
CPA-10-019Web Enhanced Section of 7600:280 CommCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
01/29/2010
 yes12/18/2009
Proposal Summary:To create a web-enhanced section of 7600:280 Media Production Techniques
 
AS-10-006Computational Biology Comp SciProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/23/2010
 no03/08/2010
Proposal Summary:New course addition, Computational Biology, 3460:645
 
AS-10-007Software Security Comp SciCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/09/2010
 no03/08/2010
Proposal Summary:New course addition, Software Security, 3460:653
 
AS-10-008Change Core Requirements for Master's Program in Computer Science Comp SciProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/01/2010
 no03/08/2010
Proposal Summary:Revise core requirements for master's program in computer science to facilitate course scheduling and to make the program more adaptive to rapid changing fields in computer science.
 
AS-10-067Delete Introduction to Bioinformatics Laboratory (3460:446) Comp SciCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/09/2010
 no03/08/2010
Proposal Summary:In recent years, we have seen major advances in molecular biology and biotechnology. As a result, tremendous amount of biological sequence data and expression data have been generated and can be retrieved from databases in public domain. We do not see the real need to include the wet lab experiments as an essential component to the Introduction to Bioinformatics course. The labs involving biological database search, phylogenetics tree construction and other computer based exercises can be better integrated into the Intro to Bioinformatics course when they are assigned as homework and projects for the course.
 
AS-10-068Delete Introduction to Bioinformatics Laboratory (3460:546) Comp SciCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/09/2010
 no03/08/2010
Proposal Summary:In recent years, we have seen major advances in molecular biology and biotechnology. As a result, tremendous amount of biological sequence data and expression data have been generated and can be retrieved from databases in public domain. We do not see the real need to include the wet lab experiments as an essential component to the Intro to Bioinformatics course. The labs involving biological database search, phylogenetics tree construction and other computer based exercises can be better integrated into the Intro to Bioinformatics course when they are assigned as homework and projects for the course.
 
ED-10-05Create two new courses in College Admission Counseling Couns & SECourse changes only2010, Summer IFinal Approval Granted
03/09/2010
 no02/10/2010
Proposal Summary:This proposal creates two new courses that will provide specialized training for licensed school counselors and school counselors-in-training. This will assist them in guiding secondary school students through the college admission process.
 
AS-10-016Changes to Certificate in Field Archaeology CSAAProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/01/2010
 no02/23/2010
Proposal Summary:This proposal updates the requirements for the Certificate in Field Archaeology by adding two new courses (separately approved in 2009) and modifying three existing courses (separately approved in 2009) to bring the CFA in line with the current curriculum.
 
AS-10-017Revision of Archaeological Laboratory Methods, 3240:440 CSAACourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/09/2010
 no02/23/2010
Proposal Summary:Changing bulletin description to better reflect course content
 
AS-10-040Revision of Archaeological Laboratory Methods, 3240:540 CSAACourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/01/2010
 no04/26/2010
Proposal Summary:Our several archaeologists are experts in analysis of different archaeological materials. Currently, this course is a broad overview of and introduction to the range of archaeological materials and approaches to their analysis. To fully exploit the range of faculty expertise, we propose to slightly revise the course. We will retain broad coverage of major categories of materials, but each offering of the course will emphasize in somewhat greater detail a material in which one faculty member is an authority. Matney's version will emphasize ceramic analysis, Thompson's metallurgy, Shott's lithic analysis, and Mancz's zooarchaeological analysis.
 
AS-10-070Major in Classical Studies CSAAProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
11/08/2010
 no05/11/2010
Proposal Summary:Slight revision to the major in Classical Studies. Several courses are added and credits required are reduced from 36 to 33.

11/8/2010 - THIS PROGRAM IS A SUSPENDED PROGRAM. Changes were made to the program (i.e. several courses were added and credits required were reduced from 36 to 33), however the program is still suspended.
 
AS-10-071Prerequisite change for 3200:289 Mythology of Ancient Greece CSAACourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/01/2010
 no05/11/2010
Proposal Summary:We wish to remove the prerequisite 3400:210 Humanities in the Western Tradition I, Antiquity to the Renaissance. The subject matter of Greek Myth precedes that of Humanities I both chronologically and intellectually.
 
ED-10-06Changes to Master’s in Curriculum & Instruction with licensure options. Curric & ISProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/01/2010
 no03/08/2010
Proposal Summary:Create the course 5500:521(2 cr.) as a field experience to be taken with 5500:520 (Advanced Instructional Techniques); delete 5500:693 (3 cr.); and adjust program hours accordingly.
 
ED-10-15Change to UG AYA Chemistry-Physics Program Curric & ISProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
01/29/2010
 no12/31/2009
Proposal Summary:Remove Physics for Life Science course options to better prepare students to take Modern Physics, which is required for teacher candidates seeking licensure in Physics.
 
ED-10-16Change to AYA Earth-Physics Program Curric & ISProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
01/29/2010
 no12/31/2009
Proposal Summary:Remove Physics for Life Science course options to better prepare students to take Modern Physics, which is required for teacher candidates seeking licensure in Physics.
 
ED-10-17Change to AYA Life (Biology)-Physics Program Curric & ISProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
01/29/2010
 no12/31/2009
Proposal Summary:Remove Physics for Life Science course options to better prepare students to take Modern Physics, which is required for teacher candidates seeking licensure in Physics.
 
ED-10-18College of Ed Doctoral Residency Requirements Curric & ISProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/01/2010
 no02/08/2010
Proposal Summary:In the current Graduate Bulletin's College of Education "Doctoral Residency Requirements" section (p. 42) it describes summer residency requirements as follows: "The summer session may count as one semester, provided that the candidate is enrolled for a maximum of 10 consecutive weeks of full-time study and for a minimum of six semester hours per five-week session." This proposal seeks to change the wording in this section, as follows, so requirements mirror those outlined by the Graduate School in the Residence Requirements section of the Graduate Bulletin (p. 26): "The summer sessions may count as one semester, provided that the candidate is enrolled for a minimum total of six semester credit hours per combined summer terms."
 
ED-10-32Change prerequisites for TAG course 5610:225 to remove Admission to Teacher Education requirement. Curric & ISCourse changes only2010, FallUnder development
02/16/2010
 no
Proposal Summary:Changing prerequisites in order to allow students to take 5610:225 (Introduction to Exceptionalities) prior to admission to College of Education’s Teacher Education Program.
 
ED-10-33Change prerequisites for TAG course 5500:230 and remove Admission to Teacher Education requirement. Curric & ISCourse changes only2010, FallUnder development
02/16/2010
 no
Proposal Summary:Changing prerequisites in order to allow students to take 5500:230 (Educational Technology) prior to admission to College of Education’s Teacher Education Program.
 
ED-10-34Remove Masters Comprehensive Exam as a program requirement from MA in Elementary Education for Practicing Teachers Curric & ISProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
11/11/2010
 no10/28/2010
Proposal Summary:The department is requesting the removal of the Master’s Comprehensive Examinations from the Master of Arts programs within the Department of Curricular & Instructional Studies.
 
ED-10-35Remove Masters Comprehensive Exam as a program requirement from MA in Secondary Education for Practicing Teachers Curric & ISProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
11/11/2010
 no10/28/2010
Proposal Summary:The department is requesting the removal of the Master’s Comprehensive Examinations from the Master of Arts programs within the Department of Curricular & Instructional Studies.
 
ED-10-36Remove Masters Comprehensive Exam as a program requirement from the MS Degree in C&I with Licensure Options Curric & ISProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
11/11/2010
 no10/28/2010
Proposal Summary:The department is requesting the removal of the Master’s Comprehensive Examinations from the Master of Science in Curriculum and Instruction with licensure options programs.
 
ED-10-40Create Certificate Program for Teaching Chinese Curric & ISNew program2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/27/2011
 no10/25/2010
Proposal Summary:The Certificate Program for Teaching Chinese is a 12-month intensive certificate program with 27 credit hours of graduate-level coursework with the long-term goal to enable mid-career professionals to become effective teachers of foreign languages by teaching them best practices in foreign language education.
 
ED-10-41Create Certificate Program for Teaching Arabic Curric & ISNew program2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/27/2011
 no10/25/2010
Proposal Summary:The Certificate Program for Teaching Arabic is a 12-month intensive certificate program with 27 credit hours of graduate-level coursework with the long-term goal to enable mid-career professionals to become effective teachers of foreign languages by teaching them best practices in foreign language education.
 
AS-10-025Add second option to complete "capstone" requirement for BA degree: 3250:434  EconomicsProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/01/2010
 no03/08/2010
Proposal Summary:Students in the Department's Bachelor's of Arts program presently are required to take 3250:496 (Senior Project)as the "capstone" project for the degree. This proposal will give these students a second option to complete the capstone requirement, 3250:434 (Labor Market Analysis and Evaluation).
 
AS-10-028Add Special Topics course, 3250:640 to curriculum EconomicsProgram changes2010, Summer IFinal Approval Granted
04/01/2010
 no03/08/2010
Proposal Summary:This proposal would add a special topics course at the 600-level as a course elective for the MA program in economics.
 
AS-10-24Change prerequisite Labor Market and Social Policy (3250:430)  EconomicsCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/09/2010
 no03/08/2010
Proposal Summary:Delete 3250:333 (Labor Economics) as a pre-requsite for 3250:430 (Labor Market and Social Policy) and substitute 3250:200 and 3250:201) (Principles of Microeconomics and Principles of Macroeconomics) OR 3250:244 (Introduction to Economic Analysis).
 
AS-10-26New Course: Cost-Benefit Analysis (3250:415) EconomicsCourse changes only2010, Summer IUnder development
09/17/2009
 no
Proposal Summary:This course creates a new course, 3250:415 - Cost-Benefit Analysis. The course has been previously offered as a special topics course.
 
ED-10-01Instructional Technology Program Numbers and Course Revisions Ed Foun & LProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/01/2010
 yes02/08/2010
Proposal Summary:This proposal changes the program number from 5100 series to 5150 in order to sort the courses and data more effectively. Also included are course title and number changes to better represent changing technologies and course addition to improve the foundational concept development for instructional technology and integration of field experience into each course content.
 
ED-10-03Changes to Prerequisite TAG courses 5100:200 and 5100:220 Ed Foun & LCourse changes only2010, SpringProposal Withdrawn
10/26/2010
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:To offer TAG core courses (5100:200 Introduction to Education and 5100:220 Educational Psychology) before formal admission to the College of Education with the prerequisites of 24 hours of undergraduate credit, GPA of at least 2.5, and successful FBI and BCI background checks.
 
ED-10-04Changes to Principalship Master's Program Ed Foun & LProgram changes2010, SpringFinal Approval Granted
04/01/2010
 no02/08/2010
Proposal Summary:
 
ED-10-07Program Restructuring and Lifting Admissions Suspension Ed Foun & LProgram changes2010, Summer IFinal Approval Granted
04/01/2010
 no02/08/2010
Proposal Summary:The purpose of this proposal is to restructure the master's degree in Educational Foundations Option: Research Methodology and Evaluation. Included in the restructuring is changing the program name to Educational Foundations Option: Assessment and Evaluation, and reinstating admissions.
 
ED-10-08Revision of Diversity Program Requirement Ed Foun & LProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/01/2010
 yes05/11/2010
Proposal Summary:Change program requirement from 5100:620 and 5100:646 (options) to new diversity course 5190:510, Diversity Issues in Higher Education.
 
ED-10-09Changes to Graduate K-12 Computer Technology Endorsement Ed Foun & LProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/01/2010
 yes02/08/2010
Proposal Summary:Changes the name of the Graduate K-12 Computer Technology Endorsement and reflects course number changes from ED-10-01.
 
ED-10-10Program Change: Certificate in New Media Technologies Ed Foun & LProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/01/2010
 yes02/18/2010
Proposal Summary:Based on program and course number changes in ED-10-01, the course listings for the New Media Technologies certificate have changed. This proposal reflects those changes.
 
ED-10-11Program Change: Certificate in E-Learning Ed Foun & LProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/01/2010
 no02/08/2010
Proposal Summary:Based on program and course number changes in ED-10-01, the course listings for the Certificate in E-Learning have changed. This proposal reflects those changes.
 
ED-10-12MS in Postsecondary Technical Education course number change Ed Foun & LProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/01/2010
 no02/08/2010
Proposal Summary:IT has changed its course numbers to 5150. This proposal changes the course number for required IT courses in the Technical Education program.
 
ED-10-13Revision of admissions requirements to Higher Education program Ed Foun & LProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/01/2010
 no02/08/2010
Proposal Summary:Change admissions requirement to Higher Education program to include GRE score and writing sample. [Note: This proposal reflects changes to course requirements that are proposed in ED-10-08.]
 
ED-10-29New Course 5100:610 Ed Foun & LCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/01/2010
 no04/08/2010
Proposal Summary:This proposal creates a new course to meet the needs of majors in the master’s program in Exercise Physiology in the Department of Sport Science and Wellness Education. A pilot of this course will be offered Spring 2010, with this course becoming required beginning spring 2011.
 
ED-10-37Changes in Degree Requirements in Social-Philosophical Foundations Ed Foun & LProgram changes2010, Summer IFinal Approval Granted
06/01/2010
 no04/08/2010
Proposal Summary:
 
ED-10-38Assessment and Evaluation Certificate Program Ed Foun & LNew program2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/14/2010
 no04/08/2010
Proposal Summary:This is new certificate program gearing toward current or future classroom teachers and other educators, who want to expand their knowledge of the basic principles and applications of assessment and evaluation. Students are required to take 18 credits in the area of assessment and evaluation to get the certificate.
 
SC-10-07ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY: BS degree Eng&Sci TechProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
12/17/2009
 no12/02/2009
Proposal Summary:-- Remove 6500:301 Mgt. Principles Concepts,3 cr.
-- Remove 6500:330 Princ. of Operations Mgt.,3 cr.
-- Add 2870:332 Mgt. of Tech. Based Operations, 3 cr.
-- The three course changes reduce the total number of credits required for completion of the BS EET degree by 3 credits (from 137 to 134).
-- Change the "format" of the EET coursework to appear as a listing of courses within the (U of A's) Undergraduate Bulletin rather than designated by semesters,
-- Use the abbreviated term: ABET,
-- for course addition 2860:455 PENDING proposal SC-10-44 (EET BS degree revisions).
 
SC-10-09Certificate in Residential Inspection  Eng&Sci TechProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/01/2010
 no03/08/2010
Proposal Summary:Change the selection of required courses and reduce the number of total credits for completion of the Certificate in Residential Inspection from 18 to 16 hours required, Remove the following two courses:2990:489 ST: Residential Inspection,2(cr) and 2990:498 IS: Field Inspection,3(cr), and Add course 2990:312 Neighborhood Revitalization Project, 3(cr).
 
SC-10-28Certificate Program in Construction Estimation  Eng&Sci TechNew program2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/14/2010
 no03/08/2010
Proposal Summary:New certificate program within Construction Engineering Technology aimed at developing technical knowledge and skills necessary to estimate construction projects.
 
SC-10-29Certificate Program in Materials Testing  Eng&Sci TechProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/01/2010
 no03/08/2010
Proposal Summary:- Remove course 2990:355 Computer Applications in Construction(3cr)as required coursework.
- Add course 2990:354 Foundations in Construction (3cr) as required coursework.
 
SC-10-30Certificate Program in Residential Building  Eng&Sci TechProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/01/2010
 no03/08/2010
Proposal Summary:- Remove 2990:xxx Technical Elective, 3 cr
- Add course 2990:312 Neighborhood Revitalization Project ( see proposal SC-10-09).
 
SC-10-31Certificate Program in Heavy Construction Eng&Sci TechProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/01/2010
 no03/08/2010
Proposal Summary:Replace course 2990:498 Independent Study in Construction,3(cr) with 2990:246 Site Engineering, 3 (cr) a course with more relevancy.
 
SC-10-32Certificate Program in Construction Management Eng&Sci TechProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/01/2010
 no03/08/2010
Proposal Summary:Reduce total number of credit hours for this certificate from 19 to 16 by removing 2990:498 Independent Study in Construction,(3 cr) as a required course. Remove co-op or an intership as a requirement.
 
SC-10-42CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY: B.S. Eng&Sci TechProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/01/2010
 no03/08/2010
Proposal Summary:~ Substitute Basic Accounting I for Accounting Principles I as requirement,
~ add five CET courses as elective credits,
~ remove 2990:357 Construction Admin. as an elective,
~ Revise co-op requirement to one semester or 120 voluntary service hours with an approved non-profit construction organization or 1 year continuous ongoing construction management employment,
~ courses to be added: 2990:371 Intro to Green Building, 2990:471 Understanding LEED Guidelines, 2990:479 CPC Seminar, and 2990:497 Honors Project.
~ Reduce credit hour of one course from 3 to 2 credits and change the title of 2990:469 to Contracts and Specifications.
 
SC-10-43ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY: AAS degree Eng&Sci TechProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/01/2010
 no03/08/2010
Proposal Summary:-- Remove 2040:247 Survey of Basic Econ. course as requirement/option.
-- Remove 2860:136 Digital Fundamentals (2 cr)
-- Add 2860:122 AC Circuits (3 cr) which if approved would increase the total number of credit hours from 68 to 69 for the completion of the AAS EET degree.
 
SC-10-44ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY: BS degree Eng&Sci TechProgram changes2010, FallUnder development
10/29/2009
 no
Proposal Summary:--Add 2860:455 Senior Project (1 cr), a capstone course, as required by ABET.
--Reduce course 2860:354 Advanced Circuit Appl. by 1 credit hour (from 4) to 3 credits,
--Add three courses to the list of possible technical electives and remove two which are no longer relevant,
--Use the abbreviated term: ABET.
 
SC-10-52MECHANICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY: AAS Degree Eng&Sci TechProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/01/2010
 no03/08/2010
Proposal Summary:Change the undergraduate bulletin to display the first and second year requirements in a list format rather than designate coursework under First Year and Second Year to be taken in sequence.
 
SC-10-53MECHANICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY: BS degree Eng&Sci TechProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/01/2010
 no03/08/2010
Proposal Summary:--Add 2860:242 Machinery & Controls (3) as an option within the required list.
--Remove two courses from the technical elective selections: 2840:260 Compounding Methods (2) and 2840:281 Polymer Project (2).
--Change the prerequisite of 2920:370 to read: 2820:111 Introductory Chemistry or higher(remove 2920:142 and 2990:241).
--Change the undergraduate bulletin to display the third and fourth year requirements in a list format rather than designate coursework to be taken in sequence.

 
SC-10-54AUTOMATED MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY: BS Eng&Sci TechProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/01/2010
 no03/08/2010
Proposal Summary:--Add course 2860:370 Survey of Electronics I, 3
--Remove course 3300:112 English Composition II, 3
--Add seven courses to the list of technical electives.
 
SC-10-55MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY: AAS Eng&Sci TechProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/01/2010
 no03/08/2010
Proposal Summary:--Add a course: 2020:222 Tech. Report Writing or 3300:112 English Comp. II,
--Remove course 2860:370 Survey of Elect. I (being relocated to the BS degree),
--Delete Industrial Supervision as an option within the Mfg. AAS degree/program,
--Rearrange course offerings as a result of deleting Ind. Super. from the program.
 
SC-10-56Surveying and Mapping: BS Eng&Sci TechProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/01/2010
 no03/08/2010
Proposal Summary:-Delete word "Technology" from the program title,
-Add 2030:480 Advanced Topics in Tech. Math (2) course to the program requirements,
-Delete two credits of technical electives requirement to accommodate the addition of the 2 credit math course (net result no change in total credits for graduation,
-Change in co-op procedures.
 
SC-10-57GEOGRAPHIC AND LAND INFORMATION SYSTEMS (GIS/LIS): AAS DEGREE Eng&Sci TechProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/01/2010
 no03/08/2010
Proposal Summary:--Drop 2040:256 Div. in American Soc. ,
--Replace 2030:154 Tech. Math IV with 2030:260 Advanced Trig.,
--Add one credit to GIS Elective requirements (maintaining current degree total of 66 credits to graduate).
 
SC-10-58Land Surveying  Eng&Sci TechProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/01/2010
 no03/08/2010
Proposal Summary:--Add new course, 2980:251 CST Seminar (1),
--Delete one credit of surveying electives to accommodate the course addition,
--Modify course descriptions for three (current) Surveying & Mapping courses: 2980:222, 2980:225, and 2980:228.
 
AS-10-0413300:276 Introduction to Creative Nonfiction Writing EnglishCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/09/2010
 no03/09/2010
Proposal Summary:Assign a permanent number to a course previously taught as a special topics course.
 
AS-10-0423300:381 Advanced Creative Nonfiction Wirting EnglishCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/09/2010
 no03/09/2010
Proposal Summary:Course name and description change, linked to AS-010-041.
 
HS-010-0047400:139 Fashion and Furnishings Industries as an elective rather than a requirement and change electives to 9 credits. FCSProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/01/2010
 no02/02/2010
Proposal Summary:Remove 7400:139 Fashion and Furnishings Industries from a required interior design courses and add course to the interior design electives, correct catalog copy to reflect electives credits (see FAA-07-95) and change elective credits to 9 credits.

 
HS-010-0057400:333 Programming and Space Planning – Delete Prerequisites FCSCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
02/05/2010
 no02/02/2010
Proposal Summary:Delete prerequisites: 7100:491 Architectural Presentations I, 7100:144 Foundation 2-D Design, and 7400:158 Introduction to Interior Design.
 
HS-010-0067400:334 Specifications for Interiors I – Delete Prerequisites FCSCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
02/05/2010
 no02/02/2010
Proposal Summary:Delete prerequisites: 2940:250 Architectural Drafting, 7100:491, 492 Architectural Presentations I & II; 7400:257 AutoCAD for
Interior Design; 7400:331 Interior Design Theory; and 7400:333 Programming and Space Planning.
 
HS-010-0077400:336 Principles and Practices of Design – Delete Prerequisite FCSCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
02/05/2010
 no02/02/2010
Proposal Summary:Delete prerequisite: 7400:333 Programming and Space Planning.
 
HS-010-0087400:337 Interior Design Contract Documents – Delete prerequisites FCSCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
02/05/2010
 no02/02/2010
Proposal Summary:Delete prerequisites: 2940:250 Architectural Drafting; 7100:491
Architectural Presentations I; 7400:225 Textiles, 7400:257 AutoCAD for Interior Design; 7400:258 Light in Manmade Environments; 7400:331 Interior Design Theory; and 7400:333 Programming and Space Planning.
 
HS-010-0097400:435 Decorative Elements of Design – Delete Prerequisite FCSCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
02/05/2010
 no02/02/2010
Proposal Summary:Delete prerequisite: 7400:336 Principles and Practices of Design.
 
HS-010-0107400:478 Senior Portfolio Review – delete corequisite and change prerequisite FCSCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
02/05/2010
 no02/02/2010
Proposal Summary:Delete the corequisites: 7400:434 Senior Design Studio III, 7400:459 Senior Design Studio IV.

Change prerequisite from permission to: permission of instructor.
 
HS-010-0117400:479 NCIDQ Examination – Reword prerequisite FCSCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
02/05/2010
 no02/02/2010
Proposal Summary:Change the prerequisite from permission to permission of Program Director.
 
HS-010-012Change in name and prerequisites for 7400:447 Senior Seminar: Critical Issues in Professional Development  FCSCourse changes only2010, Summer IFinal Approval Granted
02/05/2010
 no02/02/2010
Proposal Summary:Change name to include FCS in the course title and change prerequisite from 7400:147 and senior standing to Family and Consumer Sciences major and senior standing.
 
HS-010-013Change in prerequisites for 7400:450 Families, Individuals and  FCSCourse changes only2010, Summer IFinal Approval Granted
02/05/2010
 no02/02/2010
Proposal Summary:Change prerequisite from senior standing or completion of 90 credits to Family Consumer Sciences major and senior standing or completion of 90 credits or permission of instructor.
 
HS-010-0147400:141 Food for the Family Add prerequisite  FCSCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
02/05/2010
 no02/02/2010
Proposal Summary:Add prerequisite Family Consumer Sciences major or permission of instructor.
 
HS-010-0157400:331 Interior Design Theory – Delete Prerequisite  FCSCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
02/05/2010
 no02/02/2010
Proposal Summary:Delete prerequisite: 7400:259 Family Housing
 
HS-010-016Child Life Program Changes FCSProgram changes2010, Summer IProposal Withdrawn
02/22/2010
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:Change 3 designated general education courses and move 2 FCS content courses to general education core.
 
HS-010-0177400:486 Staff Relief : Dietetics credit change FCSCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/01/2010
 no04/05/2010
Proposal Summary:Change Credit hours for 7400:486 Staff Relief: Dietetics from 1 credit to 2 credits.
 
HS-010-0187400:258 Delete Prerequisite FCSCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/17/2010
 no03/17/2010
Proposal Summary:Delete prerequisite:
7400:331 Interior Design Theory
 
HS-010-019Family Development Degree Required Credits Change FCSProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/17/2010
 no03/17/2010
Proposal Summary:Change the number of elective credits from 10 to 8 to keep the program requirements within the 128 credits needed to graduate.
 
HS-010-0207400:494 Internship in Family Development- minimum letter grade requirement FCSProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/17/2010
 no03/17/2010
Proposal Summary:Students must earn a at least a grade of “C in 7400:494 Internship in Family Development.
 
HS-010-021Child Development Program-  FCSProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/17/2010
 no03/17/2010
Proposal Summary:Child Development Program minimum letter grade requirement in 5200:360 Teaching in the Early Childhood Center; 5200:370 Teaching in the Early Childhood Center lab; and 7400:494 Internship in Child Development.
 
HS-010-022Dietetics Major Coordinated Program Option -increase credit hours FCSProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/01/2010
 no04/05/2010
Proposal Summary:Coordinated Program in Dietetics -increase credit hours from 137 credit hours to 138.
 
BA-10-101. General Business Major - correction of finance course required courses FinanceProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
12/17/2009
 no12/15/2009
Proposal Summary:General Business Major (2009 - 10 bulletin page 144] correction of finance course required courses.
 
BA-10-11Financial Services Major - correction of required hours in narrative FinanceProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
12/17/2009
 no12/15/2009
Proposal Summary:Financial Services Major (2009 - 10 bulletin page 145) correction of required hours in narrative.
 
BA-10-12Finance Minor for Business majors - " Delete "core" from "Required Core Courses FinanceProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
12/17/2009
 no12/15/2009
Proposal Summary:Finance Minor for Business majors (2009 - 10 bulletin page 188)" Delete "core" from "Required Core Courses
 
BA-10-13Financial Services for Non-Business Majors - clarify 6140:131 - 6400:200 as an “or” selection FinanceProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
12/17/2009
 no12/15/2009
Proposal Summary:Financial Services for Non-Business Majors (2009 - 10 bulletin page 188) clarify 6140:131 - 6400:200 as an “or” selection
 
BA-10-14Finance Course Descriptions - 6400:417 (Retirement Planning) prerequisite from 6410:300  FinanceCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
12/17/2009
 no12/15/2009
Proposal Summary:Finance Course Descriptions (2009 - 10 bulletin page 285) 6400:417 (Retirement Planning) prerequisite from 6410:300 to 6140:300.
 
AS-10-0483350:405 Geographic Information Systems -- deletion of prerequisite Geography and PlanningCourse changes only2010, FallUnder development
02/12/2010
 no
Proposal Summary:3350:305 Maps and Map Reading is being dropped as prerequisite for 3350:405 Geographic Information Systems.
 
AS-10-0493350:450 Development Planning -- revision of bulletin description Geography and PlanningCourse changes only2010, FallUnder development
02/12/2010
 no
Proposal Summary:Bulletin description for 3350:450 Development Planning is being changed to reflect domestic and international focus of course.
 
AS-10-0503350:100 Introduction to Geography Geography and PlanningCourse changes only2010, FallAvailable for College review
02/26/2010
 yes00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:Offer online version of 3350:100 Introduction to Geography
 
AS-10-0513350:481 Research Methods in Geography and Planning -- deletion of course Geography and PlanningCourse changes only2010, FallUnder development
02/12/2010
 no
Proposal Summary:3350:481 Research Methods in Geography and Planning is being deleted from Undergraduate Bulletin because it is no longer offered.
 
AS-10-0523350:581 Research Methods in Geography and Planning -- change of course number from 581 to 681 Geography and PlanningCourse changes only2010, FallUnder development
02/12/2010
 no
Proposal Summary:Course number of Research Methods in Geography and Planning is being changed from 3350:581 to 3350:681.
 
AS-10-053Deletion of 3350:687 History of Geographic Thought Geography and PlanningCourse changes only2010, FallUnder development
11/02/2009
 no
Proposal Summary:3350:687 History of Geographic Thought is being deleted from Graduate Bulletin because it is no longer taught.
 
AS-10-057BS in Geography/Geographic Information Sciences Geography and PlanningProgram changes2010, FallUnder development
11/03/2009
 no
Proposal Summary:(1) Add 3350:443 Urban Applications in GIS (3 credits) to Geotechniques Electives.
 
AS-10-058Undergraduate Minor in Geographic Information Sciences Geography and PlanningProgram changes2010, FallUnder development
11/10/2009
 no
Proposal Summary:(1) Shorten title of minor;
(2) Add 3350:443 Urban Applications of GIS to Geotechniques Electives; and
(3) Delete 3350:481 Research Methods in Geography and Planning from Geotechniques Electives
 
AS-10-059Undergraduate Certificate in Geographic Information Sciences Geography and PlanningProgram changes2010, FallUnder development
11/10/2009
 no
Proposal Summary:(1) Shorten title of certificate;
(2) Add 3350:443 Urban Applications of GIS to Geotechniques Electives; and
(3) Delete 3350:481 Research Methods in Geography and Planning from Geotechniques Electives
 
AS-10-060MA in Geography Geography and PlanningProgram changes2010, FallUnder development
11/12/2009
 no
Proposal Summary:(1) Revise title of degree;
(2) Add 3350:605 Fundamentals of Geography, Planning, and GIScience (3 credits) to Core Requirements;
(3) Change 3350:581 to 3350:681 Research Methods in Geography and Planning (3 credits);
(4) Delete 3350:687 History of Geographic Thought
 
AS-10-061MA in Geography with Thesis Geography and PlanningProgram changes2010, FallUnder development
11/12/2009
 no
Proposal Summary:(1) Revise title of degree; (2) Add 3350:605 Fundamentals of Geography, Planning, and GIScience (3 credits) to Core Requirements; (3) Change 3350:581 to 3350:681 Research Methods in Geography and Planning (3 credits); (4) Delete 3350:687 History of Geographic Thought
 
AS-10-044Engineering Geology computer course substitution Geology and Environmental ScienceProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
12/17/2009
 no12/02/2009
Proposal Summary:This proposal deletes a 2 credit hour Computer Science elective no longer offered and replaces it with a single 4 credit Computer Science elective.
 
AS-10-045Geophysics course changes Geology and Environmental ScienceProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
12/17/2009
 no12/02/2009
Proposal Summary:This proposal replaces a computer science elective course that no longer exists with an equivalent.
 
AS-10-069BA Geology – Environmental Science Track. Geology and Environmental ScienceProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/01/2010
 no04/20/2010
Proposal Summary:Changes in the BA in Geology – Environmental Science Track.
 
AS-10-076Change course name for Senior Honors Project in Geology Geology and Environmental ScienceCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/09/2010
 no02/23/2010
Proposal Summary:Change course title from “Senior Honors Project in Geology” to “Honors Project in Geology”. Delete the reference to “senior standing” in the list of prerequisites in the catalog description.
 
GS-09-01Graduate School Non-Degree Admits Graduate SchoolProgram changes2010, FallProposal Withdrawn
12/01/2009
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:ISSUE: Currently, applicants admitted under the graduate admission classification of "Non-Degree" are admitted directly by the Graduate School. In contrast, however, the coding in PeopleSoft for Non-Degree's is reflected as an admission recommendation by the academic unit.

EXAMPLE: When Graduate School admits an applicant to Management as a Non-Degree, it is reflected in PeopleSoft with an Academic Program of BUSGN and an Academic Plan of 650000NDG ... erroneously suggesting that CBA recommended admission (rather than the Graduate School).

PROPOSAL: As an academic unit, the Graduate School proposes that all Non-Degree admits be coded in PeopleSoft under one Graduate School Academic Program and Plan code (as determined by the Registrar's Office). This will enable Non-Degree student data to be reflected in an accurate and consistent fashion.

 
GS-10-01Graduate School Non-Degree Admits Graduate SchoolProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/31/2010
 no02/08/2010
Proposal Summary:ISSUE: Currently, applicants admitted under the graduate admission classification of "Non-Degree" are admitted directly by the Graduate School. In contrast, however, the coding in PeopleSoft for Non-Degree's is reflected as an admission recommendation by the academic unit. As a result of this coding, when students are completing the graduate application, they are required to choose an area of study ... when in fact they are eligible to register for any graduate course (assuming the student has the necessary prerequisites).

EXAMPLE: When Graduate School admits an applicant to Management as a Non-Degree, it is reflected in PeopleSoft with an Academic Program of BUSGN and an Academic Plan of 650000NDG ... erroneously suggesting that CBA recommended admission (rather than the Graduate School) and that the student would only be taking courses in Management.

PROPOSAL: As an academic unit, the Graduate School proposes that all Non-Degree admits be coded in PeopleSoft under one Graduate School Academic Program and Plan code (as determined by the Registrar's Office). This will enable Non-Degree student data to be reflected in an accurate manner while reflecting the true intent of the student.





 
AS-010-0313400:363 African American Men's History (new course) HistoryCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/17/2010
 no04/01/2010
Proposal Summary:I have taught African American Men's History twice as a 300-level special topics course, and I would now like to make it a regular part of the curriculum. It will also be an elective in the Pan-African certificate program.
 
AS-10-002New Course, 3400:221 Humanities in the World Since 1300 HistoryCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
11/22/2010
 no11/01/2010
Proposal Summary:In keeping with College and University initiatives toward globalizing the curriculum, this new course, 3400:221 Humanities in the World Since 1300, expands the content coverage of the present 3400:211, and will introduce students to global cultural exchanges since the fourteenth century. Although the "West," the exclusive focus of the present 3400:211, will not be neglected, the aim is to situate the humanities in a much wider context that includes intercultural exchanges on a global scale. This course will replace 211 (which we will delete next academic year), and students will be able to choose to take either 210 or 221 for the required Humanites course.

 
AS-10-005Title Change, Undergraduate Course 3400: 378 Colonial Latin America HistoryCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/17/2010
 no03/23/2010
Proposal Summary:We are proposing a title change for the undergraduate history course 3400: 378, currently entitled "Colonial Latin America" to "Spanish Conquest and Colonization of the Americas." This title change would affect this course as listed in the History Major section of the Undergraduate Bulletin as well as in the list of courses of the Latin American Studies Certificate program. The rationale for this proposal is to make the title of the course more focused, clear, and appealing even for undergraduate students who may not be familiar with the periodization of Latin American history. This will help in increasing enrollments not only from History majors, but from students majoring in other disciplines, such as Education, Spanish, etc.
 
AS-10-0295 year BA/MA history HistoryProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/27/2011
 no04/07/2010
Proposal Summary:This is an accelerated five-year BA/MA program. After successfully completing this program, a student will receive a bachelor’s degree as well as a master’s degree in history. Under the supervision of faculty advisors in history, 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-10-046Assignment of prerequisites to History upper division courses HistoryProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/17/2010
 no03/19/2010
Proposal Summary:The History Department proposes to add prequisites to all of its 300 and 400-level courses to ensure that students who enroll in them have sufficient preparation to succeed.
 
AS-10-072New bulletin description of History major requirements HistoryProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/17/2010
 no03/23/2010
Proposal Summary:This is a new Undergraduate Bulletin description of the requirements for the History major. It includes a change in the field distribution requirements, and it now requires a specified number of 400-level History courses that a major must take.
 
AS-10-077Add Graduate Research Seminar; delete all Grad Writing Sems. HistoryCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/01/2010
 no04/26/2010
Proposal Summary:The Department of History is streamlining the graduate research seminar by
creating a single research (writing) seminar for graduate students, and deleting all the writing seminars. We are entitling the new course “Graduate Research Seminar in History” and numbering it 601, which will signal that it is inclusive of all areas and common to all graduate students and faculty. This approach also allows us to manage scheduling and graduate course enrollments more effectively. We are also adding a one credit course "Option Paper Completion," 3400:602 for the semester that MA students are completing their research option papers.
 
AS-10-081PhD in History, program updates HistoryProgram changes2010, FallProposal Withdrawn
02/08/2011
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:We would like to make a few adjustments to our PhD program: one, add the field "Comparative Non-Western History"; two, change the required credits past the MA from 60 to 45; and three, make the new course 3400:601 Graduate Research Seminar in History required.
 
AS-10-082MA in History, program changes HistoryProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/01/2010
 no04/26/2010
Proposal Summary:We are adding three new comprehensive fields to the MA program, changing the writing seminars to a single "Graduate Research Seminar in History," and making two options, not three, for completing the program.
 
AS-10-0833400:463 US Constitutional History HistoryCourse changes only2010, FallUnder development
03/31/2010
 no
Proposal Summary:
 
AS-10-087Modern Iran (new History course) HistoryCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/01/2010
 no04/20/2010
Proposal Summary:This proposal is to permanently add to the bulletin my 300-level History course, Modern Iran, which I have taught twice with good success.
 
AS-10-092 3400:210 Humanities in the Western Tradition, Prereq change HistoryCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/01/2010
 no04/20/2010
Proposal Summary:This proposal is simply to update the prerequisites for the course to avoid registration bottlenecks.
 
BA-10-01Change in required courses for the MBA Supply Chain Concentration ManagementProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/01/2010
 no02/09/2010
Proposal Summary:Change in required courses for the MBA Supply Chain Concentration
 
BA-10-02Add New course: 6500:680 Supply Chain Logistics Management ManagementProgram changes2010, FallProposal Withdrawn
10/26/2010
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:Add New course: 6500:680 Supply Chain Logistics Management
 
BA-10-15Delete Two Courses in Graduate Entrepreneurship Program ManagementProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/01/2010
 no02/09/2010
Proposal Summary:Delete two courses in graduate Entrepreneurship program.
 
BA-10-16Delete 6500:533 from curriculum ManagementCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/09/2010
 no02/09/2010
Proposal Summary:Delete 6500:533 from the curriculum.
 
BA-10-23Create new course to MBA Supply Chain Concentration ManagementCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/09/2010
 no02/09/2010
Proposal Summary:Create/add a new course in MBA Supply Chain concentration, 6500:680.
 
BA-10-24Change course name in Undergraduate Bulletin  ManagementProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
12/17/2009
 no12/16/2009
Proposal Summary:Correct course name in Undergraduate bulletin to be consistent. The rationale for this proposal would be to make sure that the course name appears consistently correct.
 
BA-10-19Add Advanced Professional Selling and Negotiations Laboratory MarketingProgram changes2010, FallUnder development
10/28/2009
 no
Proposal Summary:Based on research of other top sales programs and feedback from the executive advisory board it became apparent that a change was needed to the sales curricula to bring the program up to date. While other changes are still needed, the following suggested proposal allows students much more hands-on lab time to complete projects which executives felt were critical to student success.
 
BA-10-20Change course title of Professional Selling to Professional Selling and Negotiations Skills  MarketingProgram changes2010, FallUnder development
10/21/2009
 no
Proposal Summary:Based on research of other top sales programs and feedback from the executive advisory board it became apparent that a change was needed to the sales curricula to bring the program up to date. While other changes are still needed, the following suggested proposal allows students much more hands-on lab time to complete projects which executives felt were critical to student success.
 
BA-10-21Delete 6600-475 Business Negotiations MarketingProgram changes2010, FallUnder development
10/21/2009
 no
Proposal Summary:Based on research of other top sales programs and feedback from the executive advisory board it became apparent that a change was needed to the sales curricula to bring the program up to date. Negotiations is an important skill which will be incorporated into a proposed new course.
 
BA-10-22To add Chinese and Arabic to the list of acceptable languages for International Business major MarketingProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
01/25/2010
 no12/15/2009
Proposal Summary:To add Chinese and Arabic to the list of acceptable languages for International Business major.
 
EN-09-62 MECourse changes only2010, FallProposal Withdrawn
11/20/2009
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:4600:315 Heat Transfer - pre-requisite changes. Proposal Contact: Mary Verstraete
 
EN-10-604600:414 Introduction to Aerospace Propulsion MECourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
12/17/2009
 no12/14/2009
Proposal Summary:To permit existing course, Introduction to Aerospace Propulsion (4600:414) to be used as a Design Elective in the DARS system. Proposal Contact: Jerry Drummond
 
EN-10-624600:315 Heat Transfer MECourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
12/17/2009
 no12/17/2009
Proposal Summary:Change of pre-requisites due to changes in BME curriculum. Proposal Contact: Mary Verstraete.
For the Course Details page see EN-09-62 in the 2010 database. The Curriculum Proposal System did not permit re-entry of the Course Details page in proposal number EN-10-62.
 
EN-10-654600:658 Mechanical Behavior of Nanostructured Materials and Composites MECourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
12/17/2009
 no12/07/2009
Proposal Summary:Add a new course entitled "Mechanical Behavior of Nanostructured Materials and Composites". The course is considered as a graduate elective in ME. This course introduces the emerging science and engineering, together with the instrumentation often required to examine mechanical behaviors at the nanometer length scale. It also serves as an introductory course to nanotechnology in the engineering discipline. The course focuses on nanostructured materials and composites. It trains students to develop an understanding of the materials physics of nanostructured materials, analytical techniques and processing methods. Examples and projects will be derived from carbon nanotubes, electrospun nanofibers, nanocrystaline materials, electron microscopy (SEM, TEM, STEM), atomic force microscopy, nanoidentation, polymer- and bio-MEMS and deformation of nanoscrystalline materials. Proposal Contact: Josh Wong
 
CPA-010-020MM - Music Education Option: Choral Conducting MusicProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/01/2010
 no02/16/2010
Proposal Summary:Delete Program Music Education Option: Choral Conducting. This is a duplication of another Master of Music program, Performance Option: Choral Conducting.
 
CPA-010-021MM - Music Education Option: General Music (Non-Thesis) MusicProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/01/2010
 no02/16/2010
Proposal Summary:Changes to the Master of Music - Music Education Program.
 
CPA-010-022Bachelor of Music - Performance (emphasis in percussion) MusicProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/01/2010
 no02/16/2010
Proposal Summary:As a result of our most recent NASM accreditation review, 7500:453 Music Software Survey and Use is being added to the program as a required course. Other changes are to correct errors in the bulletin.
 
CPA-010-023Course Change 7500:365 Song Literature MusicCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/09/2010
 no02/16/2010
Proposal Summary:Change 7500:365 Song Literature to 7500:366 Song Literature I. Divide content into two semesters of 2 credits each.
 
CPA-010-024Course Addition: 7500:367 Song Literature II MusicCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/09/2010
 no02/16/2010
Proposal Summary:Create new course 7500:367 Song Literature II after dividing content of 7500:365 Song Literature into two semesters (see CPA-010-023)to meet NASM accreditation recommendations.
 
CPA-010-025Course Change 7500:666 Advanced Song Literature MusicCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/09/2010
 no02/16/2010
Proposal Summary:Course change in title, description and credit hours.
 
CPA-010-026Course Addition 7500:667 Advanced Song Literature II MusicCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/09/2010
 no02/16/2010
Proposal Summary:Create new course 7500:667 Advanced Song Literature II after splitting content of 7500:666 Advanced Song Literature into two semesters. (CPA-010-025)
 
CPA-010-027Course Change 7500:465 Vocal Pedagogy MusicCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/09/2010
 no02/16/2010
Proposal Summary:Change in credit hours 7500:465 Vocal Pedagogy
 
CPA-010-028Curse Change 7500 665 Vocal Pedagogy MusicCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/09/2010
 no02/16/2010
Proposal Summary:Change in credit hours 7500 665 Vocal Pedagogy
 
CPA-010-029Course Change 7510 108 Opera Workshop MusicCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/09/2010
 no02/16/2010
Proposal Summary:Change in Title 7510:108 Opera Workshop to 7510:108 Opera/Lyric Theater Workshop.
 
CPA-010-030Course Change 7510:608 Opera Workshop MusicCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/09/2010
 no02/16/2010
Proposal Summary:Change title 7510:608 Opera Workshop to 7510:608 Opera/Lyric Theater Workshop
 
CPA-010-031Course Addition: 7500:415 Teaching and Literature: Brass Instruments MusicCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/09/2010
 no02/16/2010
Proposal Summary:Create an undergraduate course 7500:415 Teaching and Literature: Brass Instruments as mandated by the latest NASM accreditation review.
 
CPA-010-032Course Addition: 7500:416 Teaching and Literature: Woodwind Instruments MusicCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/09/2010
 no02/16/2010
Proposal Summary:Create and undergraduate course 7500:416 Teaching and Literature: Woodwind Instruments as mandated by the latest NASM accreditation review.
 
CPA-010-033Master of Music: Choral Conducting MusicProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/01/2010
 no02/16/2010
Proposal Summary:Change in program to reflect lower performance jury level required
 
CPA-010-034Bachelor of Arts MusicProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/01/2010
 no02/16/2010
Proposal Summary:Change in program to reflect addition of required course 7500:453 Music Software Survey and Use as mandated by latest NASM accreditation review, correct bulletin errors, and standardize jury level statements.
 
CPA-010-035Bachelor of Music: Performance (emphasis in accompanying) MusicProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/01/2010
 no02/16/2010
Proposal Summary:Bachelor of Music: Performance (emphasis in accompanying) – change in program to reflect addition of required course 7500:453 Music Software Survey and Use as mandated by the latest NASM accreditation review, correct bulletin errors, and standardize jury level statements.
 
CPA-010-036Bachelor of Music: Performance (emphasis in piano/harpsichord) MusicProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/01/2010
 no02/16/2010
Proposal Summary:Bachelor of Music: Performance (emphasis in piano/harpsichord) – change in program to reflect addition of required course 7500:453 Music Software Survey and Use as mandated by the latest NASM accreditation review, correct bulletin errors, and standardize jury level statements.
 
CPA-010-037Bachelor of Music: Performance (emphasis in guitar) MusicProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/01/2010
 no02/16/2010
Proposal Summary:Bachelor of Music: Performance (emphasis in guitar) – change in program to reflect addition of required course 7500:453 Music Software Survey and Use as mandated by the latest NASM accreditation review, correct bulletin errors, and standardize jury level statements.
 
CPA-010-038Bachelor of Music: Performance (emphasis in organ) MusicProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/01/2010
 no02/16/2010
Proposal Summary:Bachelor of Music: Performance (emphasis in organ) – change in program to reflect addition of required course 7500:453 Music Software Survey and Use as mandated by the latest NASM accreditation review, correct bulletin errors, and standardize jury level statements.
 
CPA-010-039Bachelor of Music: Performance (emphasis in strings) MusicProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/01/2010
 no02/16/2010
Proposal Summary:Bachelor of Music: Performance (emphasis in strings) – change in program to reflect addition of required course 7500:453 Music Software Survey and Use as mandated by the latest NASM accreditation review, correct bulletin errors, and standardize jury level statements.
 
CPA-010-040Bachelor of Music: Performance (emphasis in voice-musical theater) MusicProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/01/2010
 no02/16/2010
Proposal Summary:Delete inactive program
 
CPA-010-041Bachelor of Music: Composition MusicProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/01/2010
 no02/16/2010
Proposal Summary:Bachelor of Music: Composition – change in program to reflect addition of required course 7500:453 Music Software Survey and Use as mandated by the latest NASM accreditation review, correct bulletin errors, and standardize jury level statements.
 
CPA-010-042Bachelor of Music: Jazz Studies MusicProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/01/2010
 no02/16/2010
Proposal Summary:Bachelor of Music: Jazz Studies – change in program to reflect addition of required course 7500:453 Music Software Survey and Use as mandated by the latest NASM accreditation review, correct bulletin errors, and standardize jury level statements.
 
CPA-010-043Bachelor of Music: History & Literature MusicProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/01/2010
 no02/16/2010
Proposal Summary:Bachelor of Music: History & Literature – change in program to reflect addition of required course 7500:453 Music Software Survey and Use as mandated by the latest NASM accreditation review, correct bulletin errors, and standardize jury level statements.
 
CPA-010-044Bachelor of Music: Performance (emphasis in brass) MusicProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/01/2010
 no02/16/2010
Proposal Summary:Bachelor of Music: Performance (emphasis in brass) – change in program to reflect addition of required course 7500:453 Music Software Survey and Use and 7500:415 Teaching And Literature: Brass Instruments (CPA-010-031) as mandated by the latest NASM accreditation review, correct bulletin errors, and standardize jury level statements.
 
CPA-010-045Bachelor of Music: Music Education MusicProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/01/2010
 no02/16/2010
Proposal Summary:Bachelor of Music: Music Education - change in program to correct bulletin errors and standardize jury level statements.
 
CPA-010-046Bachelor of Music: Performance (emphasis in woodwinds) MusicProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/01/2010
 no02/16/2010
Proposal Summary:Bachelor of Music: Performance (emphasis in woodwinds) – change in program to reflect addition of required course 7500:453 Music Software Survey and Use and 7500:416 Teaching and Literature: Woodwind Instruments (CPA-010-032) as mandated by the latest NASM accreditation review, correct bulletin errors, and standardize jury level statements.
 
CPA-010-047Bachelor of Music: Performance (emphasis in voice) MusicProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/01/2010
 no02/16/2010
Proposal Summary:Bachelor of Music: Performance (emphasis in voice) – change in program to reflect addition of required changes as mandated by the latest NASM accreditation review, correct bulletin errors, and standardize jury level statements.
 
CPA-010-048Master of Music: Performance (emphasis in voice) MusicProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/01/2010
 no02/16/2010
Proposal Summary:Master of Music: Performance (emphasis in voice) – change in program to reflect changes as mandated by the latest NASM accreditation review, correct bulletin errors, and standardize jury level statements.
 
CPA-010-070Master of Music Performance: Orchestral Conducting MusicProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/01/2010
 no04/14/2010
Proposal Summary:Create a new option under Masters in Music Performance for Orchestral Conducting.
 
NU-10-001Child/Adolescent Acute Care Nurse Practitioner NursingProgram changes2010, SpringFinal Approval Granted
12/17/2009
 no11/19/2009
Proposal Summary:This proposal presents an alternative option (track) for the graduate nursing student with experience in acute and critical care to focus on pediatric acute/critical care in preparation for advanced practice and to sit for certification as a Pediatric Acute Nurse Practitioner through the Pediatric Nursing Certification Board (PNCB). All of the courses exist currently.
 
NU-10-002 Professional Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) Program NursingNew program2011, SpringFinal Approval Granted
06/27/2011
 no11/04/2010
Proposal Summary:The College of Nursing at The University of Akron proposes to implement a professional nursing doctoral degree program that will move the advanced practice tracks and the advanced role track Nursing Administration in the master’s degree program to the clinical doctoral level consistent with recommendations of the American Association of Colleges in Nursing. This proposal was developed in collaboration with Kent State University College of Nursing. Six of the courses are to be offered jointly, three at the University of Akron College of Nursing and three at Kent State University. All other courses in the program will be offered at each university. Authorized by the Ohio Board of Nursing (Ohio Revised Code 4723- Nurse Practice Act), advanced practice nurse roles include certified clinical nurse specialists, certified nurse practitioners, certified nurse anesthetists, and certified nurse midwives. Additionally we will include Nursing Administration which prepares nurses for advanced management roles in nursing organizations. Both universities currently have large, high quality master’s programs that lead to national certification and State Board credentialing of advanced practice nurses. In 2004, the American Association of Colleges in Nursing (AACN) established the position that all advanced practice master’s degree programs were to transition to the doctoral level by 2015. On October 30, 2006, the AACN member institutions endorsed the Essentials of Doctoral Education for Advanced Practice Nursing (2006). Further, in 2008, the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE), the accrediting arm of AACN, approved the revised Standards for Accreditation of Baccalaureate and Graduate Degree Programs (2008), which now include DNP programs. These guidelines and standards, in combination with the Criteria for Evaluation of Nurse Practitioner Programs (National Task Force, 2008), were used to develop the proposed DNP program.
Three proposals will be submitted: 1)this proposal NU-10-002 for development of the baccalaureate to DNP which will be phased in at a later date; and two related proposals-A) the second proposal NU-10-003 Post MSN Professional Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP Certificate for those master's prepared advanced practice nurses holding national certification as Nurse Practitioners, Clinical Nurse Specialists, Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists or Nurse Midwives; and B) NU-10-004 a Post MSN Professional Doctor of Nursing Practice for those master's prepared nurses who do not have a clinical masters degree preparing them for advanced practice or for an Advanced Role in Nursing Administration. Proposals NU-10-003 and NU-10-004 for Post MSNs will be started first when approval is granted. Proposal NU-10-002 BSN to DNP willl be phased in when the specialty tracks offered through the MSN are fully integrated into the DNP.
 
NU-10-003Post MSN Professional Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) for Certified Advanced Practice Nurses NursingProgram changes2011, SpringFinal Approval Granted
02/08/2011
 no12/21/2010
Proposal Summary:The College of Nursing proposes to implement a professional nursing clinical doctoral degree program that will move the advanced practice master’s degree program to the clinical doctorate level consistent with recommendations of the accrediting agency. Authorized by the Ohio Board of Nursing (Ohio Revised Code 4723- Nurse Practice Act), advanced practice nurse roles include certified clinical nurse specialists, certified nurse practitioners, certified nurse anesthetists, and certified nurse midwives. Three proposals are being submitted: 1)the NU-10-002 proposal for development of the baccalaureate to DNP which will be phased in at a later date; and two related proposals- A) this second proposal NU-10-003 Post MSN Professional Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP)Certificate for those master's prepared advanced practice nurses holding national certification as Nurse Practitioners, Clinical Nurse Specialists, Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists or Nurse Midwives. This proposal is related to NU-10-002 where existing courses are specified, new courses have been added, and existing Kent State University courses are listed.
 
NU-10-004Post MSN Professional Doctor of Nursing Practice for Non Clinical master's prepared nurses  NursingProgram changes2011, SpringFinal Approval Granted
02/08/2011
 no12/21/2010
Proposal Summary:The College of Nursing proposes to implement a professional nursing doctoral degree program that will move the advanced practice master’s degree program to the doctoral level consistent with recommendations of the accrediting agency. Authorized by the Ohio Board of Nursing (Ohio Revised Code 4723- Nurse Practice Act), advanced practice nurse roles include certified clinical nurse specialists, certified nurse practitioners, certified nurse anesthetists, and certified nurse midwives. Three proposals are being submitted: 1)the NU-10-002 proposal for development of the baccalaureate to DNP which will be phased in at a later date; and two related proposals- NU-10-003 for Post NSN Certified APNs and this proposal NU-10-004 Post MSN Professional Doctor of Nursing Practice for those master's prepared nurses who do not have a clinical master degree preparing them for advanced practice. This proposal is related to NU-10-002 where existing courses are specified, new courses have been added, and exisiting Kent State University courses are listed.
 
AS-10-078Pan African Studies certificate update Pan-Africn StProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/17/2010
 no03/23/2010
Proposal Summary:This proposal is to update the Pan African Studies certificate.
 
AS-10-003Philosophy Degree Program PhilosophyProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/01/2010
 no02/23/2010
Proposal Summary:Change program to include completion through the 2nd year of a foreign language for all undergraduate students obtaining a philosophy degree, regardless of whether they are obtaining philosophy as their 1st degree or as an additional degree; and eliminate statement in bulletin regarding 42 electives.
 
AS-10-012Philosophy of World Religions Course PhilosophyCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
12/17/2009
 no12/17/2009
Proposal Summary:Delete 3600:201, "Philosophy of World Religions," from course offerings.
 
AS-10-013Minor in Philosophy of Religions PhilosophyProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/01/2010
 no02/23/2010
Proposal Summary:Modify "Minor in Philosophy of World Religions" by removing 3600:201 as a required course and adding several other courses either as a requirement, a requirement option, or an elective. Also, the name of the minor will be changed to "Minor in Philosophy of Religions."
 
AS-10-014Minor in Philosophy of Science PhilosophyNew program2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/14/2010
 no02/23/2010
Proposal Summary:Add new "Minor in Philosophy of Science"
 
AS-10-015Minor in Environmental Ethics PhilosophyNew program2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/14/2010
 no02/23/2010
Proposal Summary:Add new "Minor in Environmental Ethics"
 
ED-10-02Change credit hours for Practicum: Student Teaching Phys & HECourse changes only2010, SpringFinal Approval Granted
03/09/2010
 no02/11/2010
Proposal Summary:The master’s with licensure in physical education program has been approved by the university (ED-08-29) and the state, yet the student teaching hours need to be revised.
 
ED-10-14Sport Science Option Changes Phys & HEProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/01/2010
 no02/08/2010
Proposal Summary:The purpose of this proposal is to allow students in the sport science option to specialize in an area of concentration which will allow graduate students to gain the advanced knowledge which best meets their career interests and career goals within the sport industry
 
ED-10-19Create Nutrition for Teachers and Coaches undergraduate course Phys & HECourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/01/2010
 no04/05/2010
Proposal Summary:The purpose of this proposal is to create a new undergraduate course titled Nutrition for Teachers and Coaches. The graduate level of this course is created in ED-10-14.
 
ED-10-20Changes to undergraduate physical education program Phys & HEProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/01/2010
 yes05/11/2010
Proposal Summary:Changes to make the program better in line with the NASPE standards; it will also become possible for students pursue the health education degree that is required by the employers.
 
ED-10-21Course name change 5550:447 Phys & HECourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/01/2010
 no04/05/2010
Proposal Summary:Change 5550:447 Instructional Techniques for Children in Physical Education to “Instructional Techniques for Children in Physical & Health Education.”
 
ED-10-22Course name change 5550:446 Phys & HECourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/01/2010
 no04/05/2010
Proposal Summary:Change 5550:446 instructional techniques sec PE to instructional techniques secondary PE & health. The health portion content is also added.
 
ED-10-23Change mode of delivery of 5550:245 Adapted PE to web-based Phys & HECourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/01/2010
 yes05/11/2010
Proposal Summary:Web-based instruction offers the students flexibility of study as well as opportunities of web-based reading related to the course content.
 
ED-10-24Credit hour change for Individual & Team Sports Phys & HECourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/01/2010
 no04/05/2010
Proposal Summary:Change credit hours from 3 to 2 to be consistent with the other two physical activity courses.
 
ED-10-25Remove prerequisite to 5550:202 Phys & HECourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/01/2010
 no04/05/2010
Proposal Summary:Remove 5550:201 Kinesiology as prerequisite for 5550:202 Diagnosis of Motor Skills
 
ED-10-26Reactivation of Undergraduate health education program Phys & HEProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/01/2010
 yes05/11/2010
Proposal Summary:Health education licensure is required when the physical education gradutes seek teaching positions in schools. This proposal reactivates and revises the health education program that was previously suspended for lack of enrollment.
 
ED-10-27Exercise Physiology Masters Program Update Phys & HEProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/01/2010
 no02/18/2010
Proposal Summary:Addition of new courses to replace courses that are no longer being offered and to update curriculum to meet educational and professional needs.
 
ED-10-285550:420 Course Name Change Phys & HECourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
08/24/2010
 yes06/07/2010
Proposal Summary:5550:420 "Sport Management" course name change to "Fundamentals of Management Strategies in Sport"
 
ED-10-31Athletic Training Degree change Phys & HEProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
09/16/2010
 no06/07/2010
Proposal Summary:This proposal would change the current degree for athletic training, Bachelor of Science in Education with a major in athletic training to a degree of Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training.
 
ED-10-39Changes to Exercise Science program and concentrations Phys & HEProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
09/16/2010
 no06/07/2010
Proposal Summary:To articulate with changes recommended by the American College of Sports Medicine and to match curriculum to accreditation standards, course changes are required.
 
AS-10-074Remove Physics for Life Sciences Option from Physics BS Degree PhysicsProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/17/2010
 no03/23/2010
Proposal Summary:At present, students pursuing the Physics BS degree have the option of taking either the calculus-based physics sequence (Elementary Classical Physics I/II - 3650:291/2)or the algebra-based version (Physics for Life Sciences I/II - 3650:261/2) as part of the physics core to satisfy their degree requirements. This proposal is to remove the algebra-based option.
 
AS-10-018Changes to Political Science MA Program Requirements Poli SciProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/01/2010
 no03/09/2010
Proposal Summary:The purpose of this proposal is to change the degree requirements of the Master of Arts degree. This will strengthen the preparedness of our graduate students for future graduate studies and enhance their analytical and professional skills in a competitive work environment. Link with AS-10-019 and AS-10-020.
 
AS-10-019New Course: 3700:602 Foundations of Political Science Poli SciCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/09/2010
 no03/08/2010
Proposal Summary:Add new course 3700:602 Foundations of Political Science. An introduction for graduate students of the major works in political science. The works to be discussed will range from ancient Greece to 20th century Europe and America.
 
AS-10-020Add New Course: 3700:603 Scholarly Writing and Professional Development in Political Science Poli SciCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/09/2010
 no03/08/2010
Proposal Summary:Add new course 3700:603 Scholarly Writing and Professional Development in Political Science. This course is designed to assist graduate students with the development of their Essay of Distinction and Capstone projects. Topics include the organization and format requirements of Essay and Capstone papers, logical presentation arguments, editing and the process of committee review. A secondary purpose is intended to polish student writing and presentation skills.
 
AS-10-021Delete Course: 3700:696 Topics in Masters Research Poli SciCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/09/2010
 no03/08/2010
Proposal Summary:Delete course 3700:696 Topics in Masters Research
 
AS-10-032Change 3700:312 to 3700:414 Weath and Power Among Nations Poli SciCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/17/2010
 no03/23/2010
Proposal Summary:Change 3700:312 Wealth and Power Among Nations to 3700:414, senior level course.
 
AS-10-033Add new course 3700:514 Wealth and Power Among Nations Poli SciProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
10/26/2010
 no04/07/2010
Proposal Summary:Add new course 3700:514 Wealth and Power Among Nations. (Formerly 3700:690 Special Topics)
 
AS-10-034Expand Minor in Comparative Politics Electives Poli SciProgram changes2010, FallAvailable for College review
02/22/2010
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:Expand minor in Comparative Politics electives to include 3700:414 Wealth and Power Among Nations (See AS-10-032).
 
AS-10-035Changes to Minor in Politics of Homeland Security Poli SciProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/17/2010
 no03/23/2010
Proposal Summary:Add 3700:445 Al Qaeda to the minor electives list.
 
AS-10-079Inside the White House  Poli SciCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
08/24/2010
 no06/10/2010
Proposal Summary:Create new course-- "Inside the White House" 3700:351. This course was previously taught as a special topics in the department.
 
AS-10-086Bachelor of Arts in Political Science Poli SciProgram changes2011, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/01/2010
 no05/11/2010
Proposal Summary:This change to the curriculum of the BA in Political Science will eliminate the separate "tracks" that currently exist and restore the uniform requirements of a single "track" (grounded upon a uniform set of required core courses) that previously had existed. It also will make the General Education requirement in Mathematics more specific for Political Science undergraduates.
 
AS-10-090Changes to the BS Political Science/ Criminal Justice Program Poli SciProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
09/16/2010
 no06/10/2010
Proposal Summary:We are updating the Criminal Justice degree requirements to better reflect regular course offerings and to give students the opportunity to complete the program in a reasonable number of semesters. See proposal AS-10-091 for supplemental courses.
 
AS-10-091Changes to Political Science/ Criminal Justice Foreign Culture Electives Poli SciProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
09/16/2010
 no06/10/2010
Proposal Summary:Updating and revising list of foreign culture electives available to Political Science/ Criminal Justice students in Tracks 1, 2, and 3. See proposal AS-10-090 for a complete description of the major.
 
AS-10-094State and Local Government Poli SciCourse changes only2010, FallUnder development
03/31/2010
 yes
Proposal Summary:The Political Science Department is adding State and Local Government as a web based course
 
PS-10-01Change in cumulative exams for PhD program Poly SciProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/05/2011
 no03/25/2011
Proposal Summary:Candidates for the Ph.D. degree must pass six cumulative exams. These exams are given once a month for eight months of the year(none in June, July, August or December). Students must begin taking cumes after completion of their second semester. Thereafter, students are required to take all of the exams. (A maximum of 24 total cumes may be taken)
 
AS-010-073Make Senior Honors Project in Psychology a regular course PsychologyCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/17/2010
 no03/19/2010
Proposal Summary:The Psychology Department needs to add a course to correctly identify when university honors students complete their honors requirements but not doing their project as part of our departmental honors class.
 
AS-010-075Deletion of General MA in Psychology PsychologyProgram changes2010, FallProposal Withdrawn
02/19/2010
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:We wish to delete this General MA program option (Peoplesoft academic code 375000MA) as it has not been used in many years. All current students are assigned a code consistent with their specific program (Counseling, I/O, Adult Development and Aging--this last is in process).
 
AS-10-088program requirement change for MA in Psychology PsychologyProgram changes2011, FallFinal Approval Granted
10/26/2010
 no10/25/2010
Proposal Summary:The Advanced Psychology GRE Test is NO longer a requirement when applying to the Master's program in Psychology.
 
SC-10-02Early Childhood Development Associate Degree Publ Svc TechCourse changes only2010, SpringFinal Approval Granted
01/29/2010
 yes12/23/2009
Proposal Summary:We are adding modality change for existing class 2200:245 Infant/Toddler Day Care Program. This is proposed for 100% on-line delivery in addition to the classroom.
 
SC-10-23Change of Modality for 2220:102 Principles of Criminal Law Publ Svc TechCourse changes only2009, SpringUnder development
09/03/2009
 yes
Proposal Summary:Change mode of delivery for 2220:102 to include a 100% on-line option.
 
SC-10-24Modality Change for Evidence & Crim Legal Process Publ Svc TechCourse changes only2010, FallUnder development
09/03/2009
 yes
Proposal Summary:Add a 100% on-line option for the 2220:104 Evidence & Crim Legal Process course.
 
SC-10-25Course Changes for Emergency Management Publ Svc TechCourse changes only2010, SpringFinal Approval Granted
12/17/2009
 no11/24/2009
Proposal Summary:Principles of Emergency Management (2235:305) and Emergency Response, Preparedness and Planning (2235:350) should be pre-requisites for Disaster Relief and Recovery (2235:410).
 
SC-10-26Modality Change Early Childhood Development Publ Svc TechCourse changes only2010, FallUnder development
10/06/2009
 yes
Proposal Summary:Modality change for 2200:290 ST: Educational Technology to include a 100% on-line option.
 
SC-10-27Modality Change for 2235:490 CT in Emergency Mgmt: Crisis Leadership Publ Svc TechCourse changes only2010, SpringFinal Approval Granted
06/01/2010
 yes05/14/2010
Proposal Summary:Adding modality change for existing class: 2235:490 Current Topics in Emergency Management Program: Crisis Leadership. This is proposed for 100% on-line delivery in addition to traditional delivery.
 
SC-10-61Modality Change for Addiction Treatment Publ Svc TechCourse changes only2010, FallUnder development
11/12/2009
 yes
Proposal Summary:In addition to the traditional classroom setting, we would like to offer 2260:261/2265:261, Addiction Treatment, in a 100% online format. Eliminate Introduction to Addiction, 2260:260, as a prerequisite.
 
SC-10-62Modality change for Addiction Assessment & Treatment Planning Publ Svc TechCourse changes only2010, FallUnder development
11/12/2009
 yes
Proposal Summary:In addition to the traditional classroom setting, offer this course, Addiction Assessment & Treatment Planning (2260:267/2265:267), in an online format.
 
HS-10-001Add new course 7700:245 "First Responders to the Deaf Community" to American Sign Language curriculum  SLPACourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
12/17/2009
 no11/25/2009
Proposal Summary:We need to add a course to our American Sign Language Studies program. Our goal is to update our Manual Communication Program through the process of establishing an innovative course "First Responders to the Deaf Community". We have received the number 7700:245 for this new course, which is designed in consideration of our new College Heath Sciences and Human Services. Note: We also propose deleting a course in HS-10-002.
 
HS-10-002Delete Introduction to Audiology/Aural Rehabilitation 7700:120.  SLPACourse changes only2010, FallProposal Withdrawn
11/18/2009
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:Delete Introduction to Audiology/Aural Rehabilitation 7700:120.
 
HS-10-003Make changes to the Manual Communication Certificate SLPAProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
12/17/2009
 no11/25/2009
Proposal Summary:The School has decided to make changes to our Manual Communication Certificate:
1) Rename it the HSHS Manual Communication Certificate
2) Include as a requirement the new course titled First Responders to the Deaf Community (see proposal HS-01-001)
3) Change Certificate Coordinator to Lori Palmer, M.A., CI CT
4) Remove "Note for students majoring in Speech Language Pathology and Audiology, 7700:140 and 7700:240(departmental required courses) will be substitued for 7700:120"
 
HS-HS-003Make changes to the Manual Communication Certificate SLPAProgram changes2010, FallProposal Withdrawn
11/02/2009
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:The School has decided to make changes to our Manual Communication Certificate:
1) Rename it the HSHS Manual Communication Certificate
2) Include as a requirement the new course titled First Responders to the Deaf Community (see proposal HS-01-001)
3) Change Certificate Coordinator to Lori Palmer, M.A., CI CT
4) Remove "Note for students majoring in Speech Language Pathology and Audiology, 7700:140 and 7700:240(departmental required courses) will be substitued for 7700:120"
 
AS-10-030add/delete Sociology courses in Victim Studies Certificate SociologyProgram changes2010, FallUnder development
09/15/2009
 no
Proposal Summary:This propposal updates courses under the Status Groups area to reflect previous changes in Sociology Dept courses.
 
AS-10-036Change requirements for completion of BA in Sociology/Criminology and Law Enforcement SociologyProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
10/05/2010
 no04/20/2010
Proposal Summary:Adjust program course lineup to allow student to work with advisor in constructing an academic program tailored to their career interests and goals, both for careers in academic criminology and as well as applied criminology (e.g., local, state, or federal law enforcement). By eliminating coursework requirements in Criminal Justice Technology, students will have more flexibility to select courses that enhance their chances of gaining employment in their chosen career (e.g., students who wish to gain specialized employment with the FBI may be better served by taking additional credits in one or more foreign languages or coursework in accounting than courses in Criminal Justice Technology). Students are still welcome to take Criminal Justice Technology courses if these courses fit with their career goals.
 
AS-10-037Eliminate a required option of 3850:430 in the BA Sociology/ Criminology & Law Enforcement  SociologyProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/01/2010
 no04/29/2010
Proposal Summary:Drop 3850:430 Juvenile Delinquency as an option in the required course lineup.
 
AS-10-038Change pre-requisite on 3850:421 Racial and Ethnic Relations and 3850:447 Sociology of Sex and Gender SociologyCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/01/2010
 no05/11/2010
Proposal Summary:Drop 3850:320 Social Inequalities as one of the pre-requisites for 3850:421 Racial and Ethnic Relations and 3850:447 Sociology of Sex and Gender
 
AS-010-043Change Public Health Course Numbers from 8300 to 3115 StatisticsProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/03/2010
 no04/26/2010
Proposal Summary:The Masters of Public Health program was moved from the College of Nursing to the College of Arts and Sciences and has been administrated from the Department of Statistics since summer 2008. This proposal is to change course numbers from Nursing's 8300 series to 3115 to complete the move to Arts and Sciences.
 
AS-010-047Delete Statistical Computer Science Option Track 2 and remove certain elective statements from bulletin description StatisticsProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
04/01/2010
 no02/23/2010
Proposal Summary:Delete Statistical Computer Science Option Track 2 and delete mention of general electives for all Statistics degrees as this has caused a problem with DARS.
 
AS-10-011Correct Prerequisites on 3470:571 Actuarial Science I StatisticsCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/09/2010
 no03/08/2010
Proposal Summary:3470:471 Actuarial Science I requires Completion of 451 or 461 or equivalent. 3470:571 specifies two semesters of calculus. The prerequisites for the graduate level course should be the same as the undergraduate level course: one semester of Theoretical Statistics or one semester of Applied Statistics or equivalent.
 
AS-10-084Eliminate Comprehensive Exams - MS Statistics (See AS-10-085 for full bulletin description w/both 084 & 085 Included)  StatisticsProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/01/2010
 no04/26/2010
Proposal Summary:Eliminate comprehensive exams in five core courses and replace them with a requirement to complete 3 credits of 3470:689 Advanced Topics in Statistics.
 
AS-10-085Students to present Thesis/Master's Paper in colloquium (See AS-10-084); NOTE: Fixes 3470:692 bulletin description StatisticsProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/01/2010
 no04/26/2010
Proposal Summary:Currently, a student's Thesis or Statistics Master's Paper requires only approval of their Advisor and Reader. This change will require students to present their approved Thesis or Statistics Master's Paper in a colloquium to faculty and students.


Additionally, in a 2004 change, a line was left out of the bulletin description for 3470:692 Statistics Master's Paper limiting the number of credits that apply toward the degree. This adds it back into the bulletin description.
 
CPA-010-058Change prerequisite for 7800:436 Styles of Scenic Design TheatreProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/17/2010
 no03/26/2010
Proposal Summary:Change prerequisite for 7800:436 Styles of Scenic Design from 7800:365 to 7800:336 Scenic Design
 
CPA-010-059Add clause in bulletin for 7800:301 Intro to Theatre through Film TheatreProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/17/2010
 no03/26/2010
Proposal Summary:Add to the course description of 7800:301 Introduction to Theatre through Film: "Does not meet the Humanities requirement for Theatre majors."
 
WC-10-01New course offerings in Social Service Technology WayneCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
12/17/2009
 no12/16/2009
Proposal Summary:Three new courses, offered previously as Special Topics courses, are being proposed to serve as electives in the "Step-up" program. These courses also fulfill requirements for Adult Services Certification through the Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities and should enhance employability of program graduates who have an interest in working with individuals with disabilities.
 
WC-10-02Delete Environmental Health and Safety Technology associate degree program. WayneProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/01/2010
 no04/15/2010
Proposal Summary:The Environmental Health and Safety Technology associate degree program was closed to new student enrollment effective Fall 2006 (see WC-07-09) and removed from the University Bulletin and Wayne College Catalog. The remaining known majors have been cycled through their remaining degree requirements and graduated from the program. This proposal will serve to officially delete the program.
 
WC-10-04Delete Environmental Health and Safety Technology minor WayneProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/01/2010
 no04/15/2010
Proposal Summary:The Environmental Health and Safety Technology minor was closed to new student enrollment effective Fall 2006 (see WC-07-35) and removed from the University Bulletin and Wayne College Catalog. This proposal will serve to officially delete the program.
 
WC-10-05Delete Environmental Health and Safety Management certificate. WayneProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/01/2010
 no04/15/2010
Proposal Summary:The Environmental Health and Safety Management certificate was closed to new student enrollment effective Fall 2006 (see WC-07-33) and removed from the University Bulletin and Wayne College Catalog. This proposal will serve to officially delete the program.
 
WC-10-06Delete Office Technology - Legal Administrative Assistant Option associate degree program. WayneProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/01/2010
 no04/15/2010
Proposal Summary:The Office Technology - Legal Administrative Assistant Option associate degree was closed to new student enrollment effective Fall 2006 (see WC-07-21) and removed from the University Bulletin and Wayne College Catalog. This proposal will serve to officially delete the program.
 
WC-10-07Delete Legal Office Assistant certificate. WayneProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/01/2010
 no04/15/2010
Proposal Summary:The Legal Office Assistant certificate was closed to new student enrollment effective Fall 2006 (see WC-07-22) and removed from the University Bulletin and Wayne College Catalog. This proposal will serve to officially delete the program.
 
WC-10-08Delete Business Management Technology - Data Management Option: Software Emphasis associate degree program WayneProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/01/2010
 no04/15/2010
Proposal Summary:The Business Management Technology - Data Management Option: Software Emphasis associate degree program was closed to new student enrollment effective Fall 2006 (see WC-07-23) and removed from the University Bulletin and Wayne College Catalog. This proposal will serve to officially delete the program.
 
WC-10-09Delete Business Management Technology - Data Management Option: Novell Networking Emphasis associate degree program WayneProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/01/2010
 no04/15/2010
Proposal Summary:The Business Management Technology - Data Management Option: Novell Networking Emphasis associate degree program was closed to new student enrollment effective Fall 2006 (see WC-07-24) and removed from the University Bulletin and Wayne College Catalog. This proposal will serve to officially delete the program.
 
WC-10-10Delete Business Management Technology - Data Management Option: Microsoft Networking Emphasis associate degree program WayneProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/01/2010
 no04/15/2010
Proposal Summary:The Business Management Technology - Data Management Option: Microsoft Networking Emphasis associate degree program was closed to new student enrollment effective Fall 2006 (see WC-07-25) and removed from the University Bulletin and Wayne College Catalog. This proposal will serve to officially delete the program.
 
WC-10-11Delete Personal Computer Repair certificate WayneProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/01/2010
 no04/15/2010
Proposal Summary:The Personal Computer Repair certificate was closed to new student enrollment effective Fall 2006 (see WC-07-32) and removed from the University Bulletin and Wayne College Catalog. This proposal will serve to officially delete the program.
 
WC-10-12Delete Mental Health Social Services certificate WayneProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/01/2010
 no04/15/2010
Proposal Summary:The Mental Health Social Services certificate was closed to new student enrollment effective Fall 2006 (see WC-07-34) and removed from the University Bulletin and Wayne College Catalog. This proposal will serve to officially delete the program.
 
WC-10-13Delete Information Processing Specialist certificate WayneProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/01/2010
 no04/15/2010
Proposal Summary:The Information Processing Specialist certificate was closed to new student enrollment effective Fall 2006 (see WC-07-36) and removed from the University Bulletin and Wayne College Catalog. This proposal will serve to officially delete the program.
 
WC-10-14Paraprofessional Education - Intervention Specialist program modification WayneProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/01/2010
 no04/15/2010
Proposal Summary:Change admission requirements for the associate degree to eliminate math requirement prior to admission. Add new field experience course.
 
WC-10-15Paraprofessional Education - Early Childhood program modification WayneProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/01/2010
 no04/15/2010
Proposal Summary:Change admission requirements for the associate degree to eliminate math requirement prior to admission. Add new field experience course.
 
WC-10-16Create two new courses for Paraprofessional Education program WayneCourse changes only2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
06/01/2010
 no05/18/2010
Proposal Summary:Addition of new course Field Experience for Education Paraprofessionals. Make special topics subject in Autism a permanent course.
 
PR-10-01Update Women's Studies Curriculum  Womens StudiesProgram changes2010, FallFinal Approval Granted
09/21/2011
 no06/20/2011
Proposal Summary:This proposal seeks to change the course number of Introduction to Women's Studies from 1840:300 to 1840:200. This would bring the course in line with Introduction to Women's Studies courses at other state universities. It deletes several special topic courses which are inappropriate for curriculum listing.
 
PR-10-02Web-based Introduction to Women's Studies  Womens StudiesCourse changes only2010, FallUnder development
02/24/2010
 yes
Proposal Summary:The proposal requests that Introduction to Women's Studies be offered as a web-based course, in addition to classroom course.
 


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