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As-08-001Change in the physical chemistry requirements and deletion of three elective courses for the BA in chemistry degree ChemistryProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no12/25/2007
Proposal Summary:Students in the BA program will now have a choice of physical chemistry courses between the course 3150:305 (Physical Chemistry for the Biological Sciences, 4 credits) or the courses 3150:313 & 314 (Physical Chemistry Lecture I & II, 6 credits). Some courses that are no longer offered by the Department of Polymer Science will be deleted from the list of electives.
 
AS-08-003Human Rights in World Poliltics Poli SciCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no12/28/2007
Proposal Summary:An introduction to human rights from a comparative perspective; topics include: definition and development of human rights with attention paid to government interaction and wartime.
 
AS-08-004Human Rights in World Politics Poli SciCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no02/06/2008
Proposal Summary:An introduction to human rights from a comparative perspective; topics include: definition and development of human rights with attention paid to govenrment interaction and wartime.
 
AS-08-005change prerequisite for PS 540 (Survey Research Methods) Poli SciCourse changes only2008, FallProposal Withdrawn
02/08/2008
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:The Political Science Department is adding a prerequisite for PS 540. Students will be required to take PS600 (Scope and Theory in Political Science) prior to PS540.
 
AS-08-006Graduate Program in Sociology SociologyProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no12/19/2007
Proposal Summary:The purpose of this proposal is to change the score requirement of the TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) for international student admission criteria. This will increase the likelihood that incoming international students will be adequately prepared for completing the educational and assistantship requirements of the sociology program.

 
AS-08-0073520:301, 302, 309, 310, 312, 403-- Change name /number/description Mod LangCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no02/07/2008
Proposal Summary:This proposal reorders courses and provides new bulletin descriptions for the following courses: 301, 302, 309, 310, 312, 403. These changes will facilitate the changes proposed in AS-08-008 and AS-08-012.
 
AS-08-008Create new French BA track--French and Francophone Studies Mod LangNew program2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no04/18/2008
Proposal Summary:The new track in French and Francophone Studies is designed to respond to the increasing interest and need in studies beyond the traditional Franco-French field. The proposed track is interdisciplinary in nature and allows students to gain a broader perspective on and a deeper understanding of French-speaking communities in Europe, Africa, North America, Caribbean, and Asia.
 
AS-08-009Statistical Computer Science Option to M.S. Statistics Degree StatisticsProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no12/19/2007
Proposal Summary:Proposal AS-07-002 effective fall 2007 replaced 3470:655 Linear Models with 3470:580 Statistical Data Management in the M.S. Statistics core requirement. Because 3470:580 Statistical Data Management was a required course for the Statistical Computer Science option, it was deleted from that requirement. The previous requirement for the Statistical Computer Science option was 12 credits. AS-07-002 reduced it to 9. Add 3460:676 Data Mining to the Statistical Computer Science option and bring the required credits back to 12.
 
AS-08-010Change 3470:667 Factor Analysis from Laboratory to Lecture StatisticsCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no12/20/2007
Proposal Summary:3470:667 Factor Analysis is listed in the course catalog as a laboratory. The course is a lecture, not a lab. This proposal is to correct this error.
 
AS-08-012French and Francophone Studies Certificate Mod LangNew program2008, FallApproved by Faculty Senate
05/02/2008
 no04/18/2008
Proposal Summary:The new certificate in French and Francophone Studies is designed to respond to the increasing interest and need in studies beyond the traditional Franco-French field. The proposed certificate is interdisciplinary in nature and allows students to gain a broader perspective on and a deeper understanding of French-speaking communities in Europe, Africa, North America, Caribbean, and Asia.
 
AS-08-013Course addition: 3520:308 Internship in French Mod LangProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no02/12/2008
Proposal Summary:The purpose of this course addition is to expend a range of skill-application possibilities beyond student abroad experience, particularly in the realms of business, government and education. Internships will prepare students for successful careers by allowing them to acquire professional work experience before graduation. They will be able to establish a closer connection between their French studies and the world of work. They will gain knowledge and earn academic credit as they develop practical skills.
 
AS-08-014Course addition: 3520:430 Contemporary Quebec Mod LangProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 yes02/07/2008
Proposal Summary:The goal of the course is to develop greater awareness of and appreciation for Québec as one of the Francophone provinces, and to increase the students’ command of French. The students will learn about the history of Québec and about major ideological currents and political crises that have shaped its identity. The course concentrates on issues of language, culture, recent immigration and ethnicity. Through close analysis of the mass media, popular music, and especially literary works and classics of the Québécois cinéma, the students will discuss the contemporary problems facing Québec and its place, as one of the major francophone regions, in today’s globalized culture. (See also proposal AS-08-015).
 
AS-08-015Course addition: 3520:530 Contemporary Quebec Mod LangProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no02/21/2008
Proposal Summary:The goal of the course is to develop greater awareness of and appreciation for Québec as one of the Francophone provinces, and to increase the students’ command of French. The students will learn about the history of Québec and about major ideological currents and political crises that have shaped its identity. The course concentrates on issues of language, culture, recent immigration and ethnicity. Through close analysis of the mass media, popular music, and especially literary works and classics of the Québécois cinéma, the students will discuss the contemporary problems facing Québec and its place, as one of the major francophone regions, in today’s globalized culture.
Concurrently an undergraduate equivalent course has been submitted; see AS-08-014.
 
AS-08-016Course addition: 3520:431 Francophone Literature Mod LangProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no02/07/2008
Proposal Summary:The course is designed to expand the traditional canon of French literature, and to expose the students to other cultural/social/political realities and their representations in literary works. The objective of the course is to teach cultural pluralism, to broaden historical and sociological perspectives, and to learn to appreciate literary values of works outside of France. See also AS-08-017.
 
AS-08-017Course addition: 3520:531 Francophone Literature Mod LangProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 yes02/21/2008
Proposal Summary:The course is designed to expand the traditional canon of French literature, and to expose the students to other cultural/social/political realities and their representations in literary works. The objective of the course is to teach cultural pluralism, to broaden historical and sociological perspectives, and to learn to appreciate literary values of works outside of France.
Concurrently an undergraduate equivalent course has been submitted; see AS-08-016.
 
AS-08-018Course addition: 3520: 300 Mod LangProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 yes02/07/2008
Proposal Summary:The new course will allow students to gain knowledge about Francophone countries beyond metropolitan France; become aware of globalization and challenges of multicultural societies; compare across languages and develop insights into the nature of language and culture; consolidate linguistic/communication skills to allow the transition from the intermediate to advanced level.
 
AS-08-019Environmental and Engineering Geophysics Geology and Environmental ScienceCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no12/20/2007
Proposal Summary:This course is intended to introduce students to the theory, operation, deployment, data acquisition, data processing and interpretation of ground penetrating radar and multi-channel resistivity data. Specifically students will learn about and apply the theory that underpins these systems. They will become competent in experimental design as they determine system deployment, operation and data collection parameters and successfully complete a field-based research investigation. Participants will also become familiar with electromagnetic wave signal processing, 2-D inverse modeling of multi-channel electrical resistivity data and interpretation of the results from processing of those data.
 
AS-08-020Environmental and Engineering Geophysics Geology and Environmental ScienceCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no12/20/2007
Proposal Summary:This course is intended to introduce students to the theory, operation, deployment, data acquisition, data processing and interpretation of ground penetrating radar and multi-channel resistivity data. Specifically students will learn about and apply the theory that underpins these systems. They will become competent in experimental design as they determine system deployment, operation and data collection parameters and successfully complete a field-based research investigation. Participants will also become familiar with electromagnetic wave signal processing, 2-D inverse modeling of multi-channel electrical resistivity data and interpretation of the results from processing of those data.
 
AS-08-021Remove grad level  HistoryCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no02/21/2008
Proposal Summary:This change will separate all of the History (3400) 400 and 500 level slash courses so that only the 400 level courses will appear in the U'grad Bulletin and only the 500 level courses will appear in the Grad Bulletin. The change will bring us into compliance with the 2nd component of an approved APC Motion to remove grad level "/" courses from the U'grad Bulletin.

Also, please remove all undergraduate courses as prerequisites for History (3400) graduate courses. The only course to which this applies is 504 Studies in Roman History.

There are no additional pages to this proposal.
 
AS-08-022Course change: 3400:392 Internships in History HistoryCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no02/14/2008
Proposal Summary:Our current course listing for Internships in History is for non-variable credit and not repeatable. We want to modify the course so that it can be repeatable and with variable credits from 1-3. This adjustment will make it similar to the internships in English and Political Science, both of which have variable credit and repeatable internships.
 
AS-08-023MS Biology BiologyProgram changes2008, FallProposal Withdrawn
11/27/2007
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:Restructure the Masters Degree Program in Biology.
 
AS-08-024New course: 3100:618 Experimental Approaches in Field Ecology BiologyCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no12/20/2007
Proposal Summary:Course addition: 3100:618 Experimental Approaches in Field Ecology, 4 credits
 
AS-08-025New course: 3100:617 Graduate Ecology BiologyCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no12/20/2007
Proposal Summary:Course addition: 3100:617 Graduate Ecology, 3 credits
 
AS-08-026BS Biology, Ecology/Evolution Specialization changes BiologyProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no12/20/2007
Proposal Summary:1. Decrease credits for 3100:430 Community/Ecosystem Ecology from 4 to 3; and 2. Change the name of 3100:427 Limnology to Freshwater Ecology, add prerequisite (see AS-08-030 Program Change BS, Botany Specialization for Course Change information)
 
AS-08-027Community/Ecosystem Ecology, 3100:530 credit hour change BiologyCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no12/20/2007
Proposal Summary:Community/Ecosystem Ecology, 3100:530. Reduce credit hour from 4 to 3.
 
AS-08-028New course: 3100:475 Comparative Biomechanics BiologyCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no12/20/2007
Proposal Summary:Course addition: 3100:475 Comparative Biomechanics, 3 credits
 
AS-08-0293100:316 Evolutionary Biology prereq change BiologyCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no12/20/2007
Proposal Summary:Change pre-req and course description for 3100:316 Evolutionary Biology
 
AS-08-030B.S. Biology, Botany Specialization BiologyProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no12/25/2007
Proposal Summary:Course name change: 3100:427 Limnology to Freshwater Ecology; add prerequisite
 
AS-08-031Graduate Internship in Geology Geology and Environmental ScienceProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no12/20/2007
Proposal Summary:Add 3370:591, Graduate Internship in Geology, as a new course in the Geology
 
AS-08-032New Course: 3100:676 Integrative Physiology BiologyCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no12/20/2007
Proposal Summary:Course addition: 3100:676 Integrative Physiology, 3 credits
 
AS-08-033New Course: 3100:677 Systems Physiology BiologyCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no01/02/2008
Proposal Summary:Course addition: 3100:677 Systems Physiology, 3 credits
 
AS-08-0343400:371 Selected Topics: North American history HistoryCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no02/06/2008
Proposal Summary:This new selected topics course for North American history will allow us fine tune DARS. Rather than one general Selected Topics number (3400:340), we are creating one for each of our distributional areas: 1) 371: North American history; 2) 372:European history; 3) 373:Other. DARS can then be configured to give students appropriate credit for their distribution requirements for the history major. See Proposals AS-08-034, 035, 036.
 
AS-08-0353400:372 Selected Topics: European History HistoryCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no02/12/2008
Proposal Summary:This new selected topics course for European history will allow us fine tune DARS. Rather than one general Selected Topics number (3400:340), we are creating one for each of our distributional areas: 1) 371:North American history; 2) 372:European history; 3) 373:Other. DARS can then be configured to give students appropriate credit for their distribution requirements for the history major rather than handling them as exceptions. See Proposals AS-08-034, 035, 036.
 
AS-08-0363400:373 Selected Topics: Other HistoryCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no02/14/2008
Proposal Summary:This new selected topics course for histories of places other than North America and Europe will allow us fine tune DARS. Rather than one general Selected Topics number (3400:340), we are creating one for each of our distributional areas: 1) 371:North American history; 2) 372:European history; 3) 373:Other. DARS can then be configured to give students appropriate credit for their distribution requirements for the history major rather than handling them as exceptions. See Proposals AS-08-034, 035, 036.
 
AS-08-037Course Title Change of 3400:493 to Special Studies: North American History HistoryCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no02/06/2008
Proposal Summary:We are creating separate Special Studies courses at the 400 level for that will allow us fine tune DARS. Rather than one general Special Studies number (3400:493), we are creating one for each of our distributional areas: 1) 493: North American history; 2) 495: European history; 3) 496 Other (as well as their 500-level equivalents: 593, 595, 596). DARS can then be configured to give students appropriate credit for their distribution reqs for the history major rather than handling them as exceptions. For the North American course, we are changing the title and description in the catalog of the existing course. We will be creating new courses for the other two distributional categories. See proposals AS-08-037 through AS-08-042.
 
AS-08-038Course Title Change of 3400:593 to Special Studies: North American History HistoryCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no02/21/2008
Proposal Summary:We are creating separate Special Studies courses at the 400 level for that will allow us fine tune DARS. Rather than one general Special Studies number (3400:493), we are creating one for each of our distributional areas: 1) North American history; 2) European history; 3) Other. We need to adjust the 500-level graduate listings for these courses so that they will match the 400-level listings. For the North American course, we are changing the title and description in the catalog of the existing 593 course. See proposals AS-08-037 through AS-08-042.
 
AS-08-039New Course, Special Studies: European History HistoryCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no02/14/2008
Proposal Summary:We are creating separate Special Studies courses at the 400 level for that will allow us fine tune DARS. Rather than one general Special Studies number (3400:493), we are creating one for each of our distributional areas: 1) 493: North American history; 2) 495: European history; 3) 496 Other (as well as their 500-level equivalents: 593, 595, 596). DARS can then be configured to give students appropriate credit for their distribution reqs for the history major rather than handling them as exceptions. This Special Studies: European History is submitted as a new course number. See proposals AS-08-037 through AS-08-042.
 
AS-08-040Special Studies: European History HistoryCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no02/21/2008
Proposal Summary:We are creating separate Special Studies courses at the 400 level for that will allow us fine tune DARS. Rather than one general Special Studies number (3400:493), we are creating one for each of our distributional areas: 1) 493: North American history; 2) 495: European history; 3) 496 Other (as well as their 500-level equivalents: 593, 595, 596). DARS can then be configured to give students appropriate credit for their distribution reqs for the history major rather than handling them as exceptions. For the European course, we are creating a new course at both the 400- and 500-level. See proposals AS-08-037 through AS-08-042.
 
AS-08-041Special Studies in History: Other HistoryCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no02/12/2008
Proposal Summary:We are creating separate Special Studies courses at the 400 level for that will allow us fine tune DARS. Rather than one general Special Studies number (3400:493), we are creating one for each of our distributional areas: 1) 493: North American history; 2) 495: European history; 3) 496 Other (as well as their 500-level equivalents: 593, 595, 596). DARS can then be configured to give students appropriate credit for their distribution reqs for the history major rather than handling them as exceptions. This Special Studies: Other is submitted as a new course number. See proposals AS-08-037 through AS-08-042.
 
AS-08-042Special Studies in History: Other HistoryCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no02/21/2008
Proposal Summary:We are creating separate Special Studies courses at the 400 level for that will allow us fine tune DARS. Rather than one general Special Studies number (3400:493 and its graduate match 3400:593), we are creating one for each of our distributional areas: 1) North American history; 2) European history; 3) Other. We need to adjust the 500-level graduate listings for these courses so that they will match the 400-level listings. The course numbers for Special Topics in History: Other are to be 3400:496 and 3400:596.See proposals AS-08-037 through AS-08-042.
 
AS-08-0433300:630 Literature of the 1930s EnglishCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no12/20/2007
Proposal Summary:Assign a permanent number to a course previously taught as a special topics course.
 
AS-08-0443300:677 Science Writing EnglishCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no02/05/2008
Proposal Summary:Assign a permanent number to a course previously taught as a special topics course.
 
AS-08-0453300:646 Whitman & Dickinson EnglishCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no12/20/2007
Proposal Summary:Assign a permanent number to a course previously taught as a special topics course.
 
AS-08-0463300:468 International Poetry EnglishCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no12/20/2007
Proposal Summary:Assign a permanent number to a course previously taught as a special topics course.
 
AS-08-0473300:568 International Poetry EnglishCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no12/20/2007
Proposal Summary:Assign a permanent number to a course previously taught as a special topics course.
 
AS-08-048M.A. Graduation Requirement EnglishProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no02/05/2008
Proposal Summary:Add a graduation requirement to the Master of Arts-Literature/Comp track degree.
 
AS-08-049Seminar in Graduate Research Poli SciCourse changes only2008, Summer IProposal Withdrawn
03/19/2008
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:The proposal is that a new course be offered called Seminar in Graduate Research (3700: 698) that would allow the students to pursue their master’s research but would also allow faculty to mentor the students. This would give the students more offering of classes at the master’s level.

The course would be run as a seminar, where students and the faculty responsible for the course would interact to further the completion of the student’s essay of distinction. This would have benefits over the independent study route as students would be able to gain insights from hearing about fellow students’ research and offering constructive advice to one another. We believe strongly that the research process course needs to be a shared learning experience among students.
 
AS-08-050change in graduate program Poli SciProgram changes2008, Summer IProposal Withdrawn
02/15/2008
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:Adding the course Seminar in Graduate Research 3700: 698 as an option to the research requirements for graduation.
 
AS-08-051Field Internship SociologyProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no12/20/2007
Proposal Summary:Change the prerequisite for the Field Internship to include a minimum of 64 hours of undergraduate coursework, of which 12 hours must be in Sociology.
 
AS-08-0523600:327 Law and Morality PhilosophyCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no12/20/2007
Proposal Summary:Add 3600:327, Law and Morality, as a new course in the Philosophy Department
 
AS-08-0533600:365 Environmental Ethics PhilosophyCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no12/20/2007
Proposal Summary:Add 3600:365, Environmental Ethics, as a new course in the Philosophy Department.
 
AS-08-054Pre-Law Philosophy Minor PhilosophyProgram changes2008, FallApproved by Faculty Senate
05/02/2008
 no12/20/2007
Proposal Summary:Change required courses for Pre-Law Philosophy Minor
 
AS-08-0553600:329 Philosophies of International Law PhilosophyCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no12/20/2007
Proposal Summary:Add 3600:329, Philosophies of International Law, as a new course in the Philosophy Department.
 
AS-08-0563600:461 Neuroethics PhilosophyCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no12/20/2007
Proposal Summary:Add 3600:461, Neuroethics, as a new course in the Philosophy Department.
 
AS-08-057Inorganic Polymers ChemistryCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no02/21/2008
Proposal Summary:Add 3150:679, Inorganic Polymers, as a new course in the Chemistry Department.
 
AS-08-058Revisions of the Interdisciplinary Anthropology Major CSAAProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/26/2008
Proposal Summary:Revisions to the Interdisciplinary Anthropology Major to reflect broader course offerings within the department, incorporate Classical Studies courses more fully into the program, and reconfigure use of courses in other departments. Core requirements are reduced from 20 to 17 with the deletion of 3300:371 Introduction to Linguistics.
 
AS-08-059Addition of Econometrics Requirement: MA Program EconomicsProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no02/22/2008
Proposal Summary:The proposal adds 3250:627, Econometrics, as a core requirement for the MA Program in Economics. This course is currently an elective course in the program.
 
AS-08-060Addition of a Portfolio Requirement: BSLE Degree EconomicsProgram changes2008, FallProposal Withdrawn
02/08/2008
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:The proposal adds two half-credit courses as core requirements for the completion BSLE degree in economics. The proposed new courses are associated with the development and completion of a student electronic portfolio.
 
AS-08-064new course: Ottoman State and Society (3400:489) HistoryCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no02/12/2008
Proposal Summary:This proposal is to add 3400:489 Ottoman State and Society to the History offerings. (See also AS-08-065 for the 589 portion.) This course will add an important area of study to the History offerings. The Ottoman Empire ruled over the crossroads of Eurasia and North Africa for six centuries; from the heartland of Anatolia in what is now Turkey, the empire stretched from Algeria to Iraq, from the gates of Vienna to Yemen. This enduring multiethnic Islamic empire was soon competitive with, if not superior to, European empires in terms of military and economic power, as well as cultural wealth. By the time the Ottoman Empire came to an end in the early 20th century, caught between the imperialist ambitions of Europe and Russia and nationalist rebellions in its own provinces, it appeared impoverished and vulnerable to the modernizing West. What happened along the way? And how did this empire at the center of the Old World impact and react to the European, African, and Asian societies on its frontiers? What are the facts and fictions of Ottoman decline? The Imperial Harem? Tradition and modernity? What was the legacy of the Ottoman Empire on its successor states? This course was taught as a special topics course in Spring 2006.
 
AS-08-065Course addition: Ottoman State and Society (graduate level), 3400:589 HistoryCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no02/21/2008
Proposal Summary:This proposal is to add 3400:589 Ottoman State and Society to the History offerings. (See also AS-08-064 for the 489 portion.) This course will add an important area of study to the History offerings. The Ottoman Empire ruled over the crossroads of Eurasia and North Africa for six centuries; from the heartland of Anatolia in what is now Turkey, the empire stretched from Algeria to Iraq, from the gates of Vienna to Yemen. This enduring multiethnic Islamic empire was soon competitive with, if not superior to, European empires in terms of military and economic power, as well as cultural wealth. By the time the Ottoman Empire came to an end in the early 20th century, caught between the imperialist ambitions of Europe and Russia and nationalist rebellions in its own provinces, it appeared impoverished and vulnerable to the modernizing West. What happened along the way? And how did this empire at the center of the Old World impact and react to the European, African, and Asian societies on its frontiers? What are the facts and fictions of Ottoman decline? The Imperial Harem? Tradition and modernity? What was the legacy of the Ottoman Empire on its successor states? This course was taught as a special topics course in Spring 2006.
 
AS-08-066Course addition: Women and Gender in Middle Eastern Societies, 3400:499 HistoryCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/25/2008
Proposal Summary:The roles of women in Middle Eastern societies have been contested both from within and by outsiders, who frequently misunderstand and stereotype them. This course explores the complex and multi-layered processes and dimensions, cultural values and practices, institutions and events that have shaped and continue to shape women’s experiences in the different societies of the Middle East. This course, previously taught as a special studies course, is designed for advanced undergraduates and graduate students. See AS-08-067 for the graduate portion, 3400:599
 
AS-08-067Course addition: Women and Gender in Middle Eastern Societies (3400:599) HistoryCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/26/2008
Proposal Summary:The roles of women in Middle Eastern societies have been contested both from within and by outsiders, who frequently misunderstand and stereotype them. This course explores the complex and multi-layered processes and dimensions, cultural values and practices, institutions and events that have shaped and continue to shape women’s experiences in the different societies of the Middle East. This course, previously taught as a special studies course, is designed for advanced undergraduates and graduate students. See AS-08-066 for the graduate portion, 3400:499
 
AS-08-068Course addition: Iraq in Historical Perspective 3400:396 HistoryCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no02/12/2008
Proposal Summary:As Iraqis debate the nature of the society they hope to rebuild after the war, history becomes an important guide, weapon, and symbol not only of the past but for the future of Iraq. This course will offer a complex and nuanced look into the history of Iraq and will situate current events firmly in their historical context. In addition to focus on Iraqi state and society, this course will also spend considerable time examining the history behind the creation of a new Iraqi, and yet non-Iraqi, entity--Kurdistan, in the context of this quasi-state’s new slogan, “Kurdistan: The Other Iraq.” This course has previously been taught under the 300-level special topics number.
 
AS-08-069Course addition: Graduate Rdg. Sem.: The Middle East (3400:612) HistoryCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/25/2008
Proposal Summary:To add to the catalog a graduate reading seminar in Middle Eastern History, which has been taught under the number 3400:610.

This course will serve as one of several key reading seminars graduate students need to take to fulfill the non-western/world component of their coursework and will also serve as preparation for their exams. This course is designed for graduate students whose primary focus of study is the Middle East or larger Islamic world, as well as for those who plan to teach a broad history curriculum in elementary, middle, high schools, or community colleges and who would like to gain a sophisticated understanding of the major debates in the field.
 
AS-08-070Add course: Race, Nation and Class in the Middle East, 3400:498 HistoryCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/25/2008
Proposal Summary:To add a course that will expand the offerings in Middle Eastern History and will also contribute to the university's ongoing efforts to offer courses that critically analyze the concept of race. This will be one of the few courses on campus that analyze race outside of the African/African-American context. See proposal AS-08-071 for the 598 proposal.
 
AS-08-071Add course: Race, Nation, and Class in the Middle East, 3400:598 HistoryCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/25/2008
Proposal Summary:To add a course that will expand the offerings in Middle Eastern History and will also contribute to the university's ongoing efforts to offer courses that critically analyze the concept of race. This will be one of the few courses on campus that analyze race outside of the African/African-American context. Since the graduate certificate in Middle Eastern Studies has been approved, this course will contribute to the electives in that field. See proposal AS-08-070 for the 498 proposal.
 
AS-08-072Change Course Title of 3370-462 Advanced Paleontology (change to Macroevolution) Geology and Environmental ScienceCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no12/20/2007
Proposal Summary:Change present title "Advanced Paleontology" to new title "Macroevolution" to better describe the course content. Change prerequisites to include Biology so students can take it without having had Paleobiology. This course deals with advanced topics in macroevolutionary theory as examined through the fossil record. It does not focus on the same topics as Evolutionary Biology (3100:316), but it would definitely complement it.
 
AS-08-073Change Course Title of 3370-562 Advanced Paleontology (change to Macroevolution) Geology and Environmental ScienceCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no12/21/2007
Proposal Summary:Change present title "Advanced Paleontology" to new title "Macroevolution" to better describe the course content and to fit better into the Integrated Bioscience program.
 
AS-08-074Change Course Title of 3370-360 from current title “Introductory Invertebrate Paleontology” to new title “Paleobiology” Geology and Environmental ScienceCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no02/12/2008
Proposal Summary:Change "Introductory Invertebrate Paleontology" to "Paleobiology" to better describe the course content. Change pre-requisite to also include Principles of Biology.
 
AS-08-0753370: 463 Change name and description Geology and Environmental ScienceCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no12/21/2007
Proposal Summary:Change "Micropaleontology" to "Environmental Micropaleontology" to better describe the course content and to fit better into the new Geology and Environmental Science program.
 
AS-08-076Change Course Name for 3370-563 Micropaleontology to Environmental  Geology and Environmental ScienceCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no12/21/2007
Proposal Summary:Change "Micropaleontology" to "Environmental Micropaleontology" to better describe the course content and to fit better into the new Geology and Environmental Science program.
 
AS-08-077The History of Life Geology and Environmental ScienceCourse changes only2008, FallProposal Withdrawn
04/10/2008
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:The Department of Geology and Environmental Science is proposing a new class to be taught. It will be an introductory undergraduate course (proposed course number is 3370-112-001). This course is designed to introduce students to the history of life. It will focus on the fossil record, from the origins of life to the development of the tree of life, emphasizing the origin of fish, amphibians, insects, land plants, mammals, dinosaurs, and birds. The nature of the fossil record will be examined, addressing questions of how fossils get preserved, biological diversity patterns through time, including mass extinction events. By the end of the course, students will have acquired the skills to critically analyze the nature of the fossil record as well as evaluate evidence for the history of life in the context of modern evolutionary theory. Course will be directed and aimed towards general education as well as biology students in the Integrated Bioscience program.
 
AS-08-078Change Mode of Delivery for 3370-135 Geology of Energy Resources Geology and Environmental ScienceCourse changes only2008, FallApproved for University review
05/16/2008
 yes05/30/2008
Proposal Summary:Change the mode of delivery for Geology of Energy Resources 3370-135 to include the option to teach the course web based.
 
AS-08-079Course Addition: 3250:4XX; Benefit-Cost Analysis EconomicsCourse changes only2008, FallProposal Withdrawn
02/08/2008
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:This proposal creates a new course, 3250:4xx/5xx - Benefit-Cost Analysis. The course has previously been offered as a special topics course.

 
AS-08-080Course Addition: 3250:5xx; Benefit-Cost Analysis  EconomicsCourse changes only2008, FallProposal Withdrawn
02/08/2008
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:This proposal creates a new course, 3250:4xx/5xx - Benefit-cost Analysis. The course has previously been offered as a special topics course.

 
AS-08-083Change Course Title, Description and Number of 3400: 472 Latin America: Origins of Nationality HistoryCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/26/2008
Proposal Summary:This proposal is to change the title, bulletin description, and number of the course 3400: 472 "Latin America: Origins of Nationality" to 3400: 378 "Colonial Latin America". The new title reflects shifts in the field of Latin American history and better describes the contents of the course. The change in number from a 400 level to a 300 level course is designed to attract more students, both history majors and non-majors, at an earlier stage in their undergraduate careers. The course also contributes to the Latin American Studies Certificate Program, and at the 300 level allows students enrolled in it to familiarize themselves with the region at an earlier stage than a 400 level course would allow. The course surveys the history of Latin America since the period of Spanish and Portuguese colonization in the early sixteenth century to the revolutions of independence in the early nineteenth century. It explores the development of colonial political, economic and religious institutions; the racial and gender hierarchies that emerged in colonial society; and the strategies of resistance and adaptation to colonial rule by various groups.
 
AS-08-084Course deletion: 3400: 572 Latin America: Origins of Nationality HistoryCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no04/07/2008
Proposal Summary:This proposal is to delete the course 3400: 572 "Latin America: Origins of Nationality". This course is the graduate component of a slash course, designed to be taught in conjunction with the undergraduate course 3400: 472: "Latin America: Origins of Nationality". Since the Department of History is proposing to change the undergraduate portion of this course to the 300 level (see proposal AS-08-083), this course will no longer be a viable slash course at the graduate level. As the Faculty of the Department of History are currently updating the offerings in Latin American history, other more specialized courses are being proposed for the graduate level (see, e.g. proposal AS-08-89) instead of broad surveys for the region as whole, as 3400:572 is.
 
AS-08-085Change Course Title, Description, and Number of 3400: 473 Latin America: The 20th Century HistoryCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no04/01/2008
Proposal Summary:This proposal is to change the title, bulletin description, and number of the course 3400: 473 "Latin America: The 20th Century" to 3400: 379 "Modern Latin America". The new title reflects changes in the field of Latin American History and better describes the contents of the course, which constitutes a survey of the history of Latin America during the national period, including the nineteenth century, the twentieth century and into the present. The change in number from a 400 level to a 300 level course is designed to attract more students, both history majors and non-majors, at an earlier stage in their undergraduate careers. The course also contributes to the Latin American Studies Certificate Program, and at the 300 level allows students enrolled in it to familiarize themselves with the region at an earlier stage than a 400 level course would allow.
 
AS-08-086Course deletion: 3400: 573 Latin America: The 20th Century HistoryCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no04/07/2008
Proposal Summary:This proposal is to delete the course 3400: 573 "Latin America: The 20th Century". This course constitutes the graduate component a slash course, designed to be taught in conjunction with the undergraduate course 3400: 473: "Latin America: The 20th Century". Since the Department of History is proposing to change the undergraduate portion of this course to the 300 level (see proposal AS-08-085), this course will no longer be a viable slash course at the graduate level. As the Faculty of the Department of History are currently updating the offerings in Latin American history, other more specialized courses are being proposed for the graduate level (see, e.g. proposal AS-08-89) instead of broad surveys for the region as whole, as 3400:573 is.
 
AS-08-087Course addition: 3400: 377 History of Women in Latin America HistoryCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/26/2008
Proposal Summary:The History Department would like to propose a new course on the History of Women in Latin America. This course will help expand the Department's offerings in non-western topics and gender, and in this way it will also contribute to the University's current emphasis on global studies. The course will also be a valuable addition to the Latin American Studies Certificate program. The course examines changes and continuities in the lives of Latin American women since the colonial period until the present. The courses focuses on the ideologies of gender that have assigned specific places and roles for women of different racial, ethnic and class backgrounds, as well as the ways in which women have approximated, challenged and transformed those gender definitions in their daily lives. The course also introduces students to theories and methodologies in the study of women's history.
 
AS-08-088Course Addition: 3400: 418 History of Brazil Since 1500 (undergraduate level) HistoryCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/26/2008
Proposal Summary:This proposal is to add the course 3400: 418 History of Brazil Since 1500 to the History Department course offerings. This course will add an important component to the Department's offerings, as it focuses on one of the main "emerging powers" from the Southern Hemisphere, a leader in the negotiations for the redefinition of free trade between the United States and other countries, and the largest and most populous country of Latin America. This course will contribute to the Latin American Studies Certificate program and to the current emphasis on global studies at the University. The course focuses on the economic, political, social and cultural history of Brazil, since 1500 until the present, underlining issues of development, political participation, national consciousness, as well as gender, race, and ethnicity.
 
AS-08-089Course Addition: 3400: 518 History of Brazil Since 1500 (graduate level) HistoryCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no04/07/2008
Proposal Summary:This proposal is to add the course 3400: 518 History of Brazil Since 1500 to the History Department course offerings. This course will add an important component to the Department's offerings, as it focuses on one of the main "emerging powers" from the Southern Hemisphere, a leader in the negotiations for the redefinition of free trade between the United States and other countries, and the largest and most populous country of Latin America. This course will contribute to the emphasis on global studies at the University. The course focuses on the economic, political, social and cultural history of Brazil, since 1500 until the present, underlining issues of development, political participation, national consciousness, as well as gender, race, and ethnicity. As a graduate-level history class, this course will introduce graduate students to various approaches to the study of Brazilian history and to the main historiographical debates in the field.
 
AS-08-092Removal of Prerequisite for Analysis of Algorithms Comp SciCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no01/02/2008
Proposal Summary:Remove 3460:418 Introduction to Discrete Structures as a prerequisite of 3460:435 Analysis of Algorithms.
 
AS-08-093Changes to Master of Science - Computer Science Comp SciProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no02/22/2008
Proposal Summary:Deletion of two courses, course change of 3460:698 Master's Research, and updated catalog description of program requirements. See proposal AS-08-100 for new course proposal.
 
AS-08-094Course Chg. 3400:610 Comparative Studies in World Civilization HistoryCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no04/30/2008
Proposal Summary:We want to increase this course from 3 credits to 4 credits to make it consistent will all the other graduate reading seminars in the department.
 
AS-08-095Course Change: 3400:611, Comparative Studies in World Civilizations HistoryCourse changes only2008, FallProposal Withdrawn
02/27/2008
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:We want to increase the credits on 3400:611: Writing Seminar: Comparative Studies in World Civilizations from 3 credits to 4 credits to bring it into conformity with the rest of the graduate writing seminars.
 
AS-08-096Course Name change: 3400:651 to Reading Seminar : The Modern British Empire HistoryCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no02/22/2008
Proposal Summary:The current title of 3400:651, Reading Seminar in the History of England and the Empire, is outdted and not appropriate to the state of the field. We would like to update it to Reading Seminar: the Modern British Empire, as well as update the description in the Graduate Bulletin.
 
AS-08-097Course Name change: 3400:652 to Writing Seminar: The Modern British Empire HistoryCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no02/22/2008
Proposal Summary:The current title of 3400:652 Writing Seminar in the History of England and the Empire is out-dated and not appropriate to the state of the field. We would like to update it to Writing Seminar: The Modern British Empire.
 
AS-08-098Rename Crystallography and non-silicate mineralogy Geology and Environmental ScienceCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no12/21/2007
Proposal Summary:Title change simplifies and better defines the current content of the course. Change in prerequisites.
 
AS-08-099Rename Mineral Science Geology and Environmental ScienceCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no12/21/2007
Proposal Summary:The course name was inadvertently changed last year. This will cause name to revert to the previous course
 
AS-08-100Course addition of 3460:641 Comp SciProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no02/22/2008
Proposal Summary:Add a new course to the graduate program, 3460:641 Optimization for Parallel Compilers. See proposal AS-08-093 for complete program description and bulletin language.
 
AS-08-101Change of Title 3230:398 Anthropological Research Methods CSAACourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/26/2008
Proposal Summary:3230:398 Anthropological Research Methods is to be retitled Introduction to Anthropological Data, consistent with revised content.
 
AS-08-102New Special Topics Course in Biological Anthropology CSAACourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/25/2008
Proposal Summary:A Special Topics course in Biological Anthropology is needed since the existing special topics 3230:472 does not distinguish the subfield of the course content and so has led to confusion in advising and assigning credit. Part of program chance proposed in AS-08-058.
 
AS-08-103Title Change: 3400:453 The Early American Republic HistoryCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no02/12/2008
Proposal Summary:We want to change the course title of 453, "The Age of Jefferson and Jackson, 1800-1850," to "The Early American Republic" and the bulletin description to reflect shifts in the discipline of history to include a broader emphasis on social and cultural developments, and not just political and presidential.
 
AS-08-104Title Change: 3400:553 The Early American Republic HistoryCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no02/22/2008
Proposal Summary:We want to change the course title of 553, "The Age of Jefferson and Jackson, 1800-1850," to "The Early American Republic" and the bulletin description to reflect shifts in the discipline of history to include a broader emphasis on social and cultural developments, and not just political and presidential.
 
AS-08-105Chg Prereqs and Nos. for World Civ courses, 3400:385-391 HistoryCourse changes only2008, FallCollege status: approved
12/05/2007
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:When the World Civilization courses, 3400:385-391, were created many years ago, it was thought best to wait and expose students to non-American, non-European areas of the world in their junior year. Globalization and an increased emphasis at UA on global studies makes that attitude obsolete. Students need to have earlier access to these courses. This proposal is to change the prerequisites on World Civilization courses from 64 credits to 32 credits and to change the number from 300-level courses to 200-level courses, 3400:285-291.
 
AS-08-106Deletion of ELI courses ELICourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no02/14/2008
Proposal Summary:This change will delete courses which have been replaced by other, equivalent courses.
 
AS-08-107Retitle 3230:359 Anthropology in the 21st Century CSAACourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/25/2008
Proposal Summary:Retitle 3230:359 Anthropology in the 21st Century to Anthropological Theory
 
AS-08-108Retitle 3230:460 Qualitative Methods: Basis of Anthropological Research CSAACourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/25/2008
Proposal Summary:Retitle 3230:460 Qualitative Methods: Basis of Anthropological Research to
Field Methods in Cultural Anthropology
 
AS-08-111Course name chg: 3400:301 Mao's China (old) to Modern China (new) HistoryCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/25/2008
Proposal Summary:We are simply updating the name of the course "Mao's China" so that it can include developments of post-Mao China.
 
AS-08-112Course Name Change: 3400:303 Japan (old) to Modern East Asia (new) HistoryCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/25/2008
Proposal Summary:Our new East Asian specialist, Gang Zhao, would prefer to position a history of Japan with a broader East Asian context. The existing course description implies the broader context: "Emphasis on modernization and the rise of the Japanese empire, 1894-1945" which was an East Asia empire and modern East Asia cannot be described without considerable reference to it. Thus the change of title simply broadens the focus.
 
AS-08-113Name chg. of 3400:400 Women in Revolutionary China HistoryCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/25/2008
Proposal Summary:We are updating the course names of our courses in East Asian, and particularly Chinese, history because of the significant changes in those parts of the world in the last decade. The new course name will be Gender and Culture in China. See AS-08-114 for the 500-level equivalent.
 
AS-08-114Name chg. of 3400:500 Women in Revolutionary China HistoryCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no04/07/2008
Proposal Summary:We are updating the course names of our courses in East Asian, and particularly Chinese, history because of the significant changes in those parts of the world in the last decade. The new course name will be Gender and Culture in China. See AS-08-113 for the 400-level equivalent.
 
AS-08-119World of Homer CSAACourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/25/2008
Proposal Summary:Create a new course, 3240:108, entitled World of Homer. This course is a 1-credit archaeology course offered under the approved Case Studies in Archaeology sequence within CSAA.
 
AS-08-120Archaeology of Pets CSAACourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/25/2008
Proposal Summary:Create a new course, 3240:107, entitled Archaeology of Pets. This course is a 1-credit archaeology course offered under the approved Case Studies in Archaeology sequence within CSAA.
 
AS-08-121Time Before History CSAACourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/25/2008
Proposal Summary:Creation of a new course, 3240:150, Time Before History. This course represents a complete overhaul of two previously deleted courses on world prehistory. Time Before History is a general overview of world prehistory with particular emphasis on major transformations in human societies from the emergence of anatomically modern humans to the rise of state-level civilization. This course is aimed at non-majors.
 
AS-08-122Course Addition: Health Behavior: Theory and Application PAUSCourse changes only2008, SpringApproved for University review
04/28/2008
 no05/12/2008
Proposal Summary:This course provides an overview of theories of behavior change at the individual, interpersonal and community levels of intervention and analysis with an emphasis on the complementary and overlapping nature of many of the prominent theoretical perspectives in use today. After becoming familiar with the theoretical assumptions, propositions and methodology of each theory, students will examine the empirical literature testing or applying those theoretical principles.
 
AS-08-123Course name changes Geology and Environmental ScienceProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/25/2008
Proposal Summary:We have changed the course names of three required courses in our program to better reflect the content; See proposals:
AS-08-074 Introductory Paleontology to Paleobiology
AS-08-98 Crystallography and non-silicate mineralogy to Mineral Science
AS-08-99 Mineral Science to Silicate Mineralogy and Petrology
 
AS-08-126Change in the award of credits in related disciplines toward the History major HistoryProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/25/2008
Proposal Summary:The History major allows for the use of up to six cognate credits towards the 32 credit requirement. This proposal is to clarify how cognate credits may be applied to the major requirements.
 
AS-08-1273300:251 Topics in World Literature EnglishCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/25/2008
Proposal Summary:Delete course that is no longer offered.
 
AS-08-128Geography of Cultural Diversity - change from 375 to 275 Geography and PlanningCourse changes only2008, FallCollege status: approved
02/27/2008
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:Change course number of "Geography of Cultural Diversity" from 3350:375 to 3350:275 in conjunction with similar change in World Civilizations courses (see History department's proposal AS-08-105). Both types of courses meet the same General Education requirement, so they should be similar in level.
 
AS-08-129New Course: History and Film, 3400:410 HistoryCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/25/2008
Proposal Summary:Although many courses offered by History faculty utilize films as pedagogical tools(particularly documentaries or films set in the past), we wish to create a course that will examine films, film-making, and film-spectatorship as particular kinds of historical evidence. We are choosing a general title, "History and Film", so that the specific content of the course, as well as its primary themes and approaches, may be adjusted for different faculty specializations. In all cases, a course on history and film would allow students to study the historicity of film, its significance as a cultural experience, its influential role as a political and ideological force, and as a preeminent form of mass media in the 20th century and beyond. (See proposal AS-08-130 for the 500-level portion.)
 
AS-08-130New Course: History and Film, 3400:510 HistoryCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no04/07/2008
Proposal Summary:Although many courses offered by History faculty utilize films as pedagogical tools (particularly documentaries or films set in the past), we wish to create a course that will examine films, film-making, and film-spectatorship as particular kinds of historical evidence. We are choosing a general title, "History and Film", so that the specific content of the course, as well as its primary themes and approaches, may be adjusted for different faculty specializations. In all cases, a course on history and film would allow students to study the historicity of film, its significance as a cultural experience, its influential role as a political and ideological force, and as a preeminent form of mass media in the 20th century and beyond. (See proposal AS-08-129 for the 400-level portion.)
 
AS-08-131Reactivate 3400:417 and update course name and bulletin description HistoryCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/26/2008
Proposal Summary:This proposal is to reactivate 3400:417 United States, Latin America and Imperialism and update the course name and bulletin description.
 
AS-08-132Reactivate 3400:517 and update course name and bulletin description HistoryCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no04/07/2008
Proposal Summary:This proposal is to reactivate 3400:517 United States, Latin America and Imperialism and to update the course name and bulletin description. See proposal AS-08-131 for the 3400:417 update.
 
AS-08-133Introduction to General Organic and Biochemistry I Laboratory ChemistryCourse changes only2008, FallAvailable for College review
03/27/2008
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:Change the pre-requisites and co-requisites for the laboratory course
 
AS-08-134Principles of Chemistry I Laboratory ChemistryCourse changes only2008, FallAvailable for College review
03/27/2008
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:We want to change the pre-requisites and co-requisites for the lab course
 
AS-08-135Research Methods for the Social Sciences (RMSS) Certificate SociologyNew program2008, FallApproved for University review
04/22/2008
 no05/06/2008
Proposal Summary:This proposal is to add an undergraduate certificate program designed for students interested in interdisciplinary social science research. The goal of the RMSS program is to encourage and support the broad understanding and application of many social science research methodologies and to help bridge the divide between disciplines and methodologies.
 
AS-08-136Research Methods for the Social Sciences Proseminar SociologyProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no04/18/2008
Proposal Summary:This will be the final course for students completing the Certificate program in Research Methods for the Social Sciences. The course will rotate from Sociology (3850) to Anthropology (3230) since the core required courses for the Research Methods Certificate Program are in these two departments
 
AS-08-1373230:470 Research Methods for Social Sciences Proseminar CSAAProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no04/18/2008
Proposal Summary:This will be the final course for students completing the Certificate program in Research Methods for the Social Sciences. The course will rotate from Sociology (3850) to Anthropology (3230) since the core required courses for the Research Methods Certificate Program are in these two departments.
 
AS-08-138Add nine courses as electives to the Minor in Classical Studies CSAAProgram changes2008, FallApproved for University review
04/22/2008
 no05/06/2008
Proposal Summary:Experience with the Minor in Classical Studies has shown that a series of courses belong among the electives. No changes are proposed to the required courses or the number of credit hours required for the Minor.
 
AS-08-139Master's Research Theoretical and Applied MathematicsCourse changes only2008, FallApproved for University review
04/28/2008
 no05/12/2008
Proposal Summary:Change bulletin description by adding the statement "May not be used to meet master's degree requirements for mathematics or applied mathematics."
 
AS-08-140Placement Review Theoretical and Applied MathematicsCourse changes only2008, FallApproved for University review
04/28/2008
 no05/12/2008
Proposal Summary:Clarification of 511, 521, 527, and 538, being deficiency courses - they will not count as an elective for the appropriate program.
 
AS-08-141Change credits for 3450:692 Theoretical and Applied MathematicsCourse changes only2008, FallApproved for University review
04/28/2008
 no05/12/2008
Proposal Summary:Change 3450:692 Seminar in Mathematics from 1-3 credits to 3 credits.
 
AS-08-142Change credits for 3450:699 Theoretical and Applied MathematicsCourse changes only2008, FallApproved for University review
04/28/2008
 no05/12/2008
Proposal Summary:Change credits for 3450:699 Master's thesis from 2 credits to 3 credits.
 
AS-08-143Non-Thesis Option in Mathematics  Theoretical and Applied MathematicsProgram changes2008, FallApproved for University review
04/28/2008
 no05/12/2008
Proposal Summary:The Non-Thesis Option in Mathematics will involve a minumum of 30 credits. These credits will include at least 27 credits of coursework and 3 credits of 3450:692.
 
AS-08-144Mathematics Master's Thesis Option Theoretical and Applied MathematicsProgram changes2008, FallApproved for University review
04/28/2008
 no05/12/2008
Proposal Summary:The Thesis Option in Mathematics will involve a minumum of 30 credits. These credits will include at least 24 credits of coursework, 3 credits of 3450:692 and 3 credits of 3450:699.
 
AS-08-145Change credits for 3450:697 Theoretical and Applied MathematicsCourse changes only2008, FallApproved for University review
04/28/2008
 no05/12/2008
Proposal Summary:Change the credits for 3450:697 Individual Reading from 1-2 credits to 1-3 credits.
 
AS-08-146 Theoretical and Applied MathematicsCourse changes only2008, FallProposal Withdrawn
03/05/2008
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:
 
AS-08-147Applied Mathematics Thesis Master's Option Theoretical and Applied MathematicsProgram changes2008, FallApproved for University review
04/28/2008
 no05/12/2008
Proposal Summary:The Thesis option in Applied Mathematics will involve a minimum of 30 credits. These credits will include at least 24 credits in coursework, 3 credits of 3450:692 and 3 Credits of 3450:699.
 
AS-08-148Applied Mathematics Non-Thesis Master's Option Theoretical and Applied MathematicsProgram changes2008, FallApproved for University review
04/28/2008
 no05/12/2008
Proposal Summary:The Non-thesis option in Applied Mathematics will involve a minimum of 30 credits. These will include at least 27 credits of coursework and 3 credits of 3450:692.
 
AS-08-149Update Bypassed Credit Offering Theoretical and Applied MathematicsCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no04/23/2008
Proposal Summary:Give bypassed credit to students receiving a grade of C or better in 3450:210, Calculus with Business Applications, for 3450:145, College Algebra.
 
BA--08-116400:538 International Banking FinanceCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/28/2008
Proposal Summary:6400:538 International Banking--course change--add "permission of instructor" to pre-requisites.
 
BA-08-016200:627 Survey of Federal Taxation - Course Change AccountingCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/28/2008
Proposal Summary:6200:627 Survey of Federal Taxation - Course Change

New Course Description: Survey of federal tax research, individual taxation, and taxation of entities. Tax cases, projects, and problems will be assigned.
 
BA-08-026200:531 Taxation II - Course Change AccountingCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/28/2008
Proposal Summary:6200:531 Taxation II - Course Change
Current Prerequisites: 6200:430/530
Proposed Prerequisites: 6200:530 or Equivalent
 
BA-08-046200:640 Advanced Auditing  AccountingCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/28/2008
Proposal Summary:6200:640 Advanced Auditing - Change prerequisites

 
BA-08-056200:631 Corporate Taxation I  AccountingCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/28/2008
Proposal Summary:6200:631 Corporate Taxation I - Course Change Change in Course Description
 
BA-08-066200:637 Contemporary Accounting Issues- Course Change AccountingCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/28/2008
Proposal Summary:6200:637 Contemporary Accounting Issues - Course Change - Change in course description.
 
BA-08-076200:695 Graduate Internship in Accounting - Course Change AccountingCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/28/2008
Proposal Summary:6200:695 Graduate Internship in Accounting - Course Change - Change in Prerequisites.
 
BA-08-086200:301 Cost Management and Enterprise Resource Planning - Course Change AccountingCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/28/2008
Proposal Summary:6200:301 Cost Management and Enterprise Resource Planning - Course Change - Change in course title and prerequisites.
 
BA-08-096200:408 International Financial Reporting and Analysis- Course Change AccountingCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/28/2008
Proposal Summary:6200:408 International Financial Reporting and Analysis - Course Change - Change in prerequisites and description.
 
BA-08-10School of Accountancy BS Degree - Program Change AccountingProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/28/2008
Proposal Summary:School of Accountancy BS Degree - Program Change - Adding clarification to description of Professional Accounting Program - Page 137 of current bulletin.
 
BA-08-126400:415 Risk Management and Insurance FinanceCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/28/2008
Proposal Summary:6400:415 Risk Management and Insurance--course change--Change course name to "Risk Management: Life and Health Insurance"
 
BA-08-13Risk Management: Property and Casualty Insurance FinanceProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/28/2008
Proposal Summary:Update Financial Services program with course changes and additions. New courses 6400:414 Risk Management: Property and Casualty Insurance; 6400:416 -Enterprise Risk: Derivitives; Name Change - 6500:415 Risk Management:Life and Health Insurance
 
BA-08-146400:416 Enterprise Risk: Derivatives FinanceProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/28/2008
Proposal Summary:6400:416 Enterprise Risk: Derivatives--create new course; elective in financial services and in corporate management tracks.
 
BA-08-156400:438 International Banking FinanceProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/28/2008
Proposal Summary:6400:438 International Banking change prerequisites
 
BA-08-19Corporate Finance Requirements FinanceProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/28/2008
Proposal Summary:Corporate Finance Requirements--Program Change--change Corporate Finance Requirements

Electives: Select at least fifteen credits. Student must complete six credits of 6200 courses (choosing either 6200:321 and 6200:322 or 6200:430 and 6200:431) and .....To:

"Select at least fifteen credits. Students must complete six credits of 6200 courses from any combinatioon of 6200:321, 6200:322, 6200:430, or 6200:431" and nine credits from the following:
 
BA-08-206400:485 Financial Strategy FinanceCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no04/30/2008
Proposal Summary:6400:485 Financial Strategy--course change--remove "permission of instructor" prerequisites.
 
BA-08-21Graduate Certificate in Healthcare Management ManagementNew program2008, FallApproved by Faculty Senate
05/02/2008
 no03/28/2008
Proposal Summary:New Program: Graduate Certificate in Healthcare Management
 
BA-08-226500:656 Management of Global Supply Chain and Operations - Course Change ManagementCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/28/2008
Proposal Summary:6500:656 Management of Global Supply Chain and Operations - Course Change Current Prerequisites: 600 or equivalent; Proposed Prerequisites: 600 or equivalent or permission of instructor
 
BA-08-236500:342 Labor Relations -- Course Change ManagementCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no04/30/2008
Proposal Summary:6500:342 Labor Relations--course change--Current prerequisites: 64 completed credit hours and 341; Proposed prerequisites: 64 completed credit hours; Corequisite: 6500:341 if not previously completed.
 
BA-08-24B.S.M. - Information Systems Management Option--Program Change ManagementProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no04/30/2008
Proposal Summary:B.S.M.- Information Systems Management Option - Program Change
 
BA-08-25B.S.M. - e-Business Technology Option -- Program Change ManagementProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/28/2008
Proposal Summary:B.S.M.- e-Business Technology Option--Program Change to add a new elective in the program
 
BA-08-266500:471 Management Project--Course Change ManagementCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/28/2008
Proposal Summary:6500:471 Management Project--Course Change to reflect correct course number for e-Marketing Practices
 
BA-08-27B.S.M. - e-Business Technology Option--Program Change ManagementProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/28/2008
Proposal Summary:B.S.M.- e-Business Technology Option--Program Change--correction of course number in an elective (e-Marketing Practices)
 
BA-08-286500:420 Management of Telecommunications --Course (Title)Change  ManagementCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no04/30/2008
Proposal Summary:6500:420 Management of Telecommunications course change to Management of Data Networks
 
BA-08-29Program Change for BSM-Supply Chain Operations Management Concentration ManagementProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no04/30/2008
Proposal Summary:Program Change for BSM-Supply Chain Operations Management Concentration
 
BA-08-306500:695 - Prerequisite Change ManagementCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no04/30/2008
Proposal Summary:6500:695 - Prerequisite Change
 
BA-08-316800:605 International Business Environments - Course Change MarketingCourse changes only2008, FallProposal Withdrawn
02/01/2008
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:6800:605 International Business Environments-Course Change
Eliminate the pre-requisites for the course - 3250:600, 6600:600; 6200:601; 6400:602; and 6500:600
 
BA-08-326600:445 Creative Marketing Laboratory MarketingCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/28/2008
Proposal Summary:6600:445 Creative Marketing Laboratory--Course Change--Current list of prerequisites for the course are incorrect due to previous curriculum changes.

6600:345 is now 6600:425; 6600:350 remains the same; 6600:435 is now 6600:335
 
BA-08-336600:490 Marketing Strategy MarketingCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/28/2008
Proposal Summary:6600:490 Marketing Strategy--course change--Change prerequisites from 90 credits to 18 credits of 6600 courses.
 
BA-08-34Direct Integrative Marketing MBA Concentration MarketingNew program2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/28/2008
Proposal Summary:New Program: Direct Integrative Marketing MBA Concentration
 
BA-08-356600:630 Marketing of Services MarketingCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/28/2008
Proposal Summary:6600:630 Marketing of Services--Course Change--Course emphasis wil shift to customer relationship management
 
BA-08-366600:655 Marketing Communications MarketingCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/28/2008
Proposal Summary:6600:655 Marketing Communications --Course Change--Name change from Marketing Communications to Integrated Marketing Communications
 
BA-08-376600:615 Database Marketing MarketingProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/28/2008
Proposal Summary:6600:615 Database Marketing--Program Change--New course, 3 credits
 
BA-08-38Program Change for MSM ManagementProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no04/30/2008
Proposal Summary:Program Change for MSM
 
BA-08-39New Program - Graduate Certificate program in IS Project Management ManagementNew program2008, FallApproved for University review
04/17/2008
 no05/01/2008
Proposal Summary:New Program - Graduate Certificate program in IS Project Management
 
BA-08-40New Course-650:520 ManagementProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no04/30/2008
Proposal Summary:New Course-650:520
 
BA-08-41Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration-General Business (602000BS) General BusinessProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/28/2008
Proposal Summary:Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration--General Business (602000BS)--program change--Students are currently required to take two courses from the 300-or 400-level of 6200, 6400, 6500, and 6600. Prior to Fall 2007, students could use 6400:332 Personal Financial Planning toward this degree. 6400:332 has een replaced by 6400:200 Foundations of Personal Finance. Proposal is made to allow students to use 6400:200 toward their two courses in 6400 required for the Business Administration degree.
 
BA-08-42Business Minor for Engineering Majors--New Program General BusinessNew program2008, FallApproved by Faculty Senate
05/02/2008
 no03/28/2008
Proposal Summary:Business Minor for Engineering Majors--new program
 
BA-08-436100:497 Honors Project in Business Administration--Course Change General BusinessCourse changes only2008, FallProposal Withdrawn
03/11/2008
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:6100:497 Honors Project in Business Administration--course change
 
BA-08-44Calculus Requirements for Graduation--Program Change General BusinessProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no04/30/2008
Proposal Summary:Calculus Requirements for Graduation--program change--add a bullet to "Requirements for Graduation" that says "the Calculus Requirement, either 3450:215 or 3450:210, must be completed within the first 64 credit hours attempted."
 
BA-08-45QBA Requirements for Graduation--Program Change General BusinessProgram changes2008, FallUnder development
12/31/2007
 no
Proposal Summary:QBA Requirements for Graduation--program change--add a bullet to "Requirements for Graduation" that says "the Quantitative Business Analysis requirements, both 6500:221 and 6500:222, must be completed within the first 80 hours attempted."
 
BA-08-46Course Change - 6500:640 ManagementCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no04/30/2008
Proposal Summary:Course Change - 6500:640
 
BA-08-47Course Change - 6500:645 ManagementCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no04/30/2008
Proposal Summary:Course Change - 6500:645
 
BA-08-48Course Change - 6500:646 ManagementCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no04/30/2008
Proposal Summary:Course Change - 6500:646
 
BA-08-49Accelerated MSM - ISM Program ManagementNew program2008, FallApproved by Faculty Senate
05/02/2008
 no04/30/2008
Proposal Summary:This proposal developes an accelerated program for undergraduate students in information systems or a related area to obtain an MSM in information systems.
 
ED-08-01Physical Education Course Changes Phys & HECourse changes only2007, FallUnder development
09/28/2007
 no
Proposal Summary:There is a growing demand for physical education master's with licensure program graduates. This program will attract students from other program areas, thus increasing our enrollment. The course changes proposed here will change a number of current undergraduate courses into undergraduate/graduate courses to be included in the master's with licensure program.
 
ED-08-02Physical Education Master's with Licensure Program Changes Phys & HEProgram changes2007, FallProposal Withdrawn
12/05/2007
 yes00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:There is a growing demand for a physical education master's with licensure program. This program will also attract students from other program areas, thus increasing our enrollment.
 
ED-08-03Stress Management Course Delivery Change Phys & HECourse changes only2008, SpringCollege status: approved
12/05/2007
 yes00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:The purpose of this proposal is to change the mode of delivery from face-to-face instruction to online instruction. It also changes the name of the course from Stress, Lifestyle and Your Health to Stress Management and Prevention, which more accurately reflects the course purpose and content.
 
ED-08-04Remove UG pre-reqs from 5610:568 – Advanced Behavior Management Curric & ISCourse changes only2007, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no12/10/2007
Proposal Summary:Per motion from Faculty Senate, undergraduate courses may not be listed as prerequisites for graduate courses and mandated that a curriculum proposal be prepared to eliminate any undergraduate courses listed.
 
ED-08-05Remove UG pre-reqs from 5610:559, Collaboration & Consultation in Schools and Community Curric & ISCourse changes only2007, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no12/10/2007
Proposal Summary:Per motion from Faculty Senate, undergraduate courses may not be listed as prerequisites for graduate courses and mandated that a curriculum proposal be prepared to eliminate any undergraduate courses listed.
 
ED-08-06Change course title for 5500:617 Curric & ISCourse changes only2008, SpringFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no12/10/2007
Proposal Summary:Change course title for 5500:617 – Elementary and Secondary Licensure Seminar to Licensure Seminar in Curricular and Instructional Studies to reflect program and course content.
 
ED-08-07B.S. Technical Education Ed Foun & LProgram changes2008, Summer IFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 yes02/18/2008
Proposal Summary:Change in required course 5400:401 from one credit to three credits.
 
ED-08-08Program Change: M.S. Postsecondary Technical Education Ed Foun & LProgram changes2008, Summer IFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 yes02/18/2008
Proposal Summary:Delete 501 as a prerequisite: Change program tracks, those with a B.S. in Tech. Ed: those without a B.S. in Tech Ed.
 
ED-08-09Technical and Skills Training Certificate Ed Foun & LProgram changes2008, Summer IFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 yes12/14/2007
Proposal Summary:Update certificate program to reflect the elimination 5400:501 as a prerequisite course.
 
ED-08-10Postsecondary Teaching Certificate Ed Foun & LProgram changes2008, Summer IFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 yes04/30/2008
Proposal Summary:Update change in 5400:401 from one credit course to a 3 credit course.
 
ED-08-11Certificate in Technical & Skills Training Ed Foun & LProgram changes2008, Summer IFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 yes03/27/2008
Proposal Summary:Change in the number of credit hours for 5400:401 from 1 to 3 impacts total credits for certificate.
 
ED-08-12Certificate in Postsecondary Teaching Ed Foun & LProgram changes2008, Summer IFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 yes01/21/2008
Proposal Summary:Delete 5400:501 and 505 as required courses and add existing course 5400:600, The Two-year College.
 
ED-08-13Mode of Delivery Changes for Higher Education Administration Courses Ed Foun & LCourse changes only2008, Summer IApproved for University review
04/24/2008
 yes05/08/2008
Proposal Summary:Add web-enhanced, web-based, and on-line modes of delivery to higher education administration program courses.
 
ED-08-145100:300 as a corequisite or prerequisite to 5500:360 Ed Foun & LCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/10/2008
Proposal Summary:This proposal creates the option of taking 5100:300 as either a corequisite or a prerequisite to 5500:360. This offers greater flexibility in meeting the professional development needs of our students
 
ED-08-15Athletic Training Program Course Name Changes Phys & HECourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 yes02/18/2008
Proposal Summary:To fulfill CAATE accreditation requirements, course name changes are necessary.
 
ED-08-16Instructional Technology Master's Program Ed Foun & LProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no02/21/2008
Proposal Summary:This change involves optimizing the existing courses and collapsing content into logical aligned sequences to remove redundancy and maximize student contact time. Reducing the number of electives provides for strong enrollments and less confusion for students wanting guidance for the program.
 
ED-08-17Remove MS Education in Special Education program Curric & ISProgram changes2008, Summer IFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no02/21/2008
Proposal Summary:Remove existing 561000 MSED – Special Education from degree offerings because Master’s with Licensure program was changed in 2006 under ED-06-24 to create options under which existing program areas are aligned. Special Education options for Early Childhood Intervention Specialist, Mild/Moderate and Moderate/Intensive Intervention Specialist were assigned.
 
ED-08-18Changes to PhD Admission Procedures Curric & ISProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no02/21/2008
Proposal Summary:Program admission dates were changed to allow for an addition admission semester, Spring. And change the admission criteria to require that all applicants be required to interview with members of the departmental doctoral committee.
 
ED-08-20New course for Integrated LA program: 5300:335 Language Learning in Secondary Schools Curric & ISProgram changes2008, FallCollege status: approved
04/17/2008
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:Create new course, 5300:335 Language Learning in Secondary Schools, to replace existing special topics course title.
 
ED-08-21Add Independent Study Course to 5300: Secondary Education program area Curric & ISProgram changes2008, FallProposal Withdrawn
04/17/2008
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:Add the course #5300:497 -- Independent Study (1-3 credit hours) to the Secondary Education course offerings.
 
ED-08-22Additional method of demonstrating competency in reading, mathematics, and written expression for admission to C&I... Curric & ISProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/27/2008
Proposal Summary:Change PRAXIS I admission requirements for the Early, Middle, AYA, and P-12/Multi-Age Programs within the Department of Curricular & Instructional Studies.
 
ED-08-23Correct pre-req error and bulletin description for 5610:487 Student Teaching: Moderate/Intensive Educational Needs Curric & ISCourse changes only2008, SpringFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/27/2008
Proposal Summary:Current prerequisites for 5610:487 Student Teaching: Moderate/Intensive Educational Needs are missing from the general bulletin and course description is incorrect.
 
ED-08-24Correct prerequisite for 5500:693 (Field Experience) Curric & ISCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/27/2008
Proposal Summary:Remove "admission to student teaching" as a prerequisite for 5500:693 (Field Experience).
 
ED-08-25Change co-req for 5500:360 Educational Planning: Instruction, Assessment & Classroom Management Curric & ISCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/27/2008
Proposal Summary:Make 5100:300 Educational Equity & Excellence as a pre- or corequisite for 5500:360, Educational Planning.
 
ED-08-26Add Special Education Master’s Level Student Teaching Course 5610:690 Curric & ISProgram changes2008, FallApproved for University review
04/28/2008
 no05/12/2008
Proposal Summary:Create master’s level student teaching course (5610:690) for eight credit hours to replace existing course (5610:695 sections 001 and 002) for four semester hours each, and add to existing Master’s in Curriculum & Instructional Studies option in Special Education Intervention Specialist Licensure program.
 
ED-08-27Update Courses for Licensure in Dance (Pre-K-12)  Phys & HEProgram changes2008, SpringFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no04/01/2008
Proposal Summary:This proposal updates the PreK-12 Multi-age licensure program in Dance to incorporate the new undergraduate professional and pedagogical course sequence approved in 2006 and to correct the number of credit hours for Ballet VI to 4. This curriculum proposal also clarifies language in the Bulletin description.
 
ED-08-28Program Change for MA Elementary or Secondary Education Curric & ISProgram changes2008, FallApproved for University review
04/28/2008
 no05/12/2008
Proposal Summary:Create new course 5500:690 – Master’s Research for 3 credits to be used as an elective within the Masters programs (MA and MS) and add to existing Master of Arts in Elementary or Secondary Education program(s).
 
ED-08-29Add P-12 Physical Education Option to existing masters in C&I with Licensure Options program Curric & ISProgram changes2008, FallCollege status: approved
04/11/2008
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:Add Multi-age (grades P-12) Education: Physical Education Licensure Option to existing Masters in Curriculum and Instruction with Licensure Options program.
 
ED-08-30Sport Studies Program Change Phys & HEProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no04/18/2008
Proposal Summary:The purpose of the present proposal is to make changes in the sport studies program in order to update the program to meet NASSM standards.
 
ED-08-31Change of Mode of Delivery for 5100:624 Ed Foun & LCourse changes only2008, Summer IAvailable for College review
04/29/2008
 yes00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:This is a request to change the mode of delivery for 5100:624 to complete on-line. This does not preclude our also offering this course as a ftf, web enhanced or web-based course also.
 
ED-08-32New Field Experience 5300:421 Curric & ISProgram changes2008, FallApproved for University review
04/24/2008
 no05/08/2008
Proposal Summary:Create the course 5300:421 as a field experience. (This previously was part of 5300:311.)
 
ED-08-33Course number change: 5300:311 to 5300:420 Curric & ISCourse changes only2008, FallApproved for University review
04/24/2008
 no05/08/2008
Proposal Summary:Change the course number of 5300:311 to 5300:420
 
ED-08-34Course number change: 5500:618 TO 5500:520 Curric & ISCourse changes only2008, FallApproved for University review
04/29/2008
 no05/13/2008
Proposal Summary:Change the course number of 5500:618 to 5500:520
 
ED-08-35Graduation without Student Teaching Curric & ISProgram changes2008, FallApproved for University review
04/24/2008
 no05/08/2008
Proposal Summary:Creating a policy statement to address the program requirements for students formally requesting to graduate without the completion of student teaching from teacher licensure programs within the Department of Curricular & Instructional Studies.
 
EN 8-41Switching and Logic EECourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no01/30/2008
Proposal Summary:Change number, title and bulletin description of 4400:263 Switching and Logic. ---Proposal Contact: James Grover
 
EN 8-42Changes to 4400:470 Microprocessor Interfacing EECourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no01/30/2008
Proposal Summary:Change title and bulletin description of 4400:470 Microprocessor Interfacing. ---Proposal Contact: James Grover
 
EN 8-434450:432 System Simulation Course changes only2008, FallUnder development
01/09/2008
 no
Proposal Summary:Number and course description changes associated with the graduate course change of EN 8-46 in 4400:675 ----PROPOSAL CONTACT: JOHN WELCH
 
EN 8-444400:489 Design of Electric and Hybrid Vehicles Program changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no02/11/2008
Proposal Summary:Adding a course in place of a regularly offered special topics offering, 4400:498 ST: Electric and Hybrid Vehicles. ----Proposal Contact: Iqbal Husain
 
EN 8-45Adding 4400:589 Design of Electric and Hybrid Vehicles EEProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/18/2008
Proposal Summary:Adding 4400:589 in place of regularly offered special topics offering. ----RESOURCE STATEMENT: Implementation will require no additional resources. ----PROPOSAL CONTACT: IQBAL HUSAIN
 
EN 8-46Changing the course number 4400:675 System Simulation to 4450:575 EECourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/18/2008
Proposal Summary:Changes number and updates bulletin description. ----RESOURCE STATEMENT: Implementation will require no additional resources. ----PROPOSAL CONTACT: TOM HARTLEY
 
EN 8-474400:570 Embedded Systems Interface EECourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/18/2008
Proposal Summary:Change title and bulletin description. ----RESOURCE STATEMENT: Implementation will require no additional resources. ----PROPOSAL CONTACT: JAMES GROVER
 
EN 8-53VLSI Design EECourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no01/30/2008
Proposal Summary:Change in prerequisite and bulletin description. ---Proposal Contact: Joan Carletta
 
EN 8-54VLSI Circuits and Systems EECourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no01/30/2008
Proposal Summary:Change the bulletin description of 4450:470 VLSI Circuits and Systems. ---Proposal Contact: Joan Carletta
 
EN-08-100Aerospace Systems Engineering I MEProgram changes2008, FallApproved for University review
04/10/2008
 no04/24/2008
Proposal Summary:New course for the new Aerospace Systems Engineering program dealing with reliability, life cycle analysis and statistics related to these topics. Actual start date will likely be Fall, 2009.
 
EN-08-101Aerospace Honors Project MEProgram changes2008, FallApproved for University review
04/10/2008
 no04/24/2008
Proposal Summary:New course to serve as Senior Honors Project for students in proposed Aerospace Systems Engineering Degree Program. Actual start date will likely be Fall, 2009. ----PROPOSAL CONTACT: JERRY DRUMMOND
 
EN-08-102Aerospace Systems Engineering II MEProgram changes2008, FallApproved for University review
04/10/2008
 no04/24/2008
Proposal Summary:New course for the new Aerospace Systems Engineering program dealing with linear programming and decision-making. Actual start date will likely be Fall, 2009.
 
EN-08-103Object Oriented Design and Management MEProgram changes2008, FallApproved for University review
04/10/2008
 no04/24/2008
Proposal Summary:New course for the new Aerospace Systems Engineering program necessary for coverage of topics needed for the practicing systems professional. Actual start date will likely be Fall, 2009.
 
EN-08-104Freshman Internship MEProgram changes2008, FallApproved for University review
04/10/2008
 no04/24/2008
Proposal Summary:Due the requirement of a mandatory freshman internship for the proposed Aerospace Systems Engineering Program, this course is being added to fit into the existing set of courses used for the College of Engineering Co-op
 
EN-08-40Conversion of 4400:490 and 4400:693 to 4400:490/590 EECourse changes only2008, FallProposal Withdrawn
02/08/2008
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:Conversion of the course "Introduction to Sensors and Actuators" which is offered at 400/600 level to a standard 400/500 level course. ----PROPOSAL CONTACT: S. I. HARIHARAN
 
EN-08-50Conversion of 4400:490 and 4400:693 to 4400:490/590 EECourse changes only2008, FallProposal Withdrawn
01/28/2008
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:Conversion of Intro Sensors and Actuators offered at 400/600 level to standard 400/500 level offering ----PROPOSAL CONTACT: S. I. HARIHARAN
 
EN-08-554450:620 Real-time Scheduling EECourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/10/2008
Proposal Summary:A thorough understanding of the foundations that distinguish real-time computing from fast computing is necessary for effectively harnessing the capabilities of novel devices such as tiny microcontrollers, wireless transceivers, sensors and actuators for a variety of engineering applications. This course will introduce Electrical and Computer Engineering graduate students to the theory of scheduling. Fixed priority scheduling theory for periodic, aperiodic and sporadic tasks will be emphasized. Students will be able to synthesize tasksets and analyze the schedulability of these tasksets at the end of the course. This course complements current courses on control systems and embedded systems in our department, and the Distributed Systems or Operating Systems courses offered by the Department of Computer Science.----RESOURCE STATEMENT: Implementation will require no additional resources. ----PROPOSAL CONTACT: SHIVAKUMAR SASTRY
 
EN-08-56Change 4450:643 Frame based Expert System Design to 4450:543 Frame based Expert System Design EECourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/10/2008
Proposal Summary:To change "Frame based Expert System Design" that is offered at the 600 level to 500 level. ----RESOURCE STATEMENT: Implementation will require no additional resources. ----PROPOSAL CONTACT: S. I. HARIHARAN
 
EN-08-57Name and course number change: From 4450:610 Computer Algorithm I to 4450:510 Embedded Scientific Computing EECourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/10/2008
Proposal Summary:This proposal relabels 4450:610 to 4450:510. Also, the title changes from "Computer Algorithms I" to "Embedded Scientific Computing" ----RESOURCE STATEMENT: Implementation will require no additional resources. ----PROPOSAL CONTACT: S. I. HARIHARAN
 
EN-08-58Merging 4450:444 and 4400:693 to 4450:444/544 EECourse changes only2008, FallProposal Withdrawn
01/28/2008
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:Conversion of Fuzzy Logic Expert System that is offered at 400 and 600 level to
a standard 400/500 level course. ----PROPOSAL CONTACT: S. I. HARIHARAN
 
EN-08-80BME-Instrumentation, Signals and Imaging BEProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no01/30/2008
Proposal Summary:In accordance with changes being made to courses offered by Electrical Engineering, this proposal simply reflects those changes. ---Proposal Contact: Mary Verstraete
 
EN-08-90Aerospace Systems Engineering MENew program2008, FallApproved for University review
04/10/2008
 no04/24/2008
Proposal Summary:A new baccalaureate degree program, Aerospace Systems Engineering, is being proposed. The program will use 13 new courses, which are also being proposed (EN-08-91 THROUGH EN-08-104), but will also use many of the existing courses in Mechanical Engineering. The program will feature mandatory co-op and will draw upon the strengths of the
aerospace industrial base in Northeast Ohio.
Actual start date will likely be Fall, 2009. ----PROPOSAL CONTACT: JERRY DRUMMOND ----Additional resources needed for proposals EN-08-90 through EN-08-104 are requested collectively in EN-08-90.
 
EN-08-91Tools for Aerospace Systems Engineering MEProgram changes2008, FallApproved for University review
04/10/2008
 no04/24/2008
Proposal Summary:Introductory course for new Aerospace Systems Engineering degree program.
Actual start date will likely be Fall, 2009. ----PROPOSAL CONTACT: JERRY DRUMMOND
 
EN-08-92Aerospace Systems Engineering Project Management MEProgram changes2008, FallApproved for University review
04/10/2008
 no04/24/2008
Proposal Summary:Freshman-level design course for new Aerospace Systems Engineering program.
Actual start date will likely be Fall, 2009. ----PROPOSAL CONTACT: JERRY DRUMMOND
 
EN-08-93Aerospace Stuctures MECourse changes only2008, FallApproved for University review
04/10/2008
 no04/24/2008
Proposal Summary:Change of number from 4100:336 to 4900:336
Actual date when change is needed will likely be Fall, 2009. ----PROPOSAL CONTACT: JERRY DRUMMOND
 
EN-08-94Avionics I MECourse changes only2008, FallApproved for University review
04/10/2008
 no04/24/2008
Proposal Summary:New course for the new Aerospace Systems Engineering program dealing with aircraft electonics and control systems. Actual start date will likely be Fall, 2009. ----PROPOSAL CONTACT: JERRY DRUMMOND
 
EN-08-95Aerospace Materials MEProgram changes2008, FallApproved for University review
04/10/2008
 no04/24/2008
Proposal Summary:New course for Aerospace Systems Engineering program dealing with material associated with the aerospace industry. Actual start date will likely be Fall, 2009. ----PROPOSAL CONTACT: JERRY DRUMMOND
 
EN-08-96Avionics II MEProgram changes2008, FallApproved for University review
04/10/2008
 no04/24/2008
Proposal Summary:Follow up course to Avionics I covering the aviation electronics issues in a more advanced atmosphere.
Actual start date will likely be Fall, 2009. ----PROPOSAL CONTACT: JERRY DRUMMOND
 
EN-08-97Aerospace Computations MEProgram changes2008, FallApproved for University review
04/10/2008
 no04/24/2008
Proposal Summary:Coverage of finite element and finite volume software used in solid and fluid computations in the aerospace industry.
Actual start date will likely be Fall, 2009. PROPOSAL CONTACT: JERRY DRUMMOND
 
EN-08-98Aerospace Systems Manufacturing MEProgram changes2008, FallApproved for University review
04/10/2008
 no04/24/2008
Proposal Summary:Course for new Aerospace Systems Engineering program that covers CAD/CAM applications in the industry.
Actual start date will likely be Fall, 2009. ----PROPOSAL CONTACT: JERRY DRUMMOND
 
EN-08-99Aerospace Design Project MEProgram changes2008, FallApproved for University review
04/10/2008
 no04/24/2008
Proposal Summary:Senior design project for new Aerospace Systems Engineering program.
Actual start date will likely be Fall, 2009. ----PROPOSAL CONTACT: JERRY DRUMMOND
 
FAA 08 032Change wording of Theatre Minor elective credits requirement TheatreProgram changes2008, FallApproved for University review
04/22/2008
 no05/06/2008
Proposal Summary:The proposal is to change the wording of Theatre Minor elective credits requirement to allow students more latitude in designing a minor in theatre and add 7800:472 and 7800:473 as elective options.
 
FAA 08 033Web based version of 7800:658 History of Theatre TheatreCourse changes only2008, FallCollege status: approved
11/27/2007
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:This proposal is to create a web based version of 7800:658 History of Theatre an optional delivery system within the Theatre (Modular) MA program.
 
FAA 08 035add 7800:274 Digital Tech for Theatre to BA  TheatreProgram changes2008, FallProposal Withdrawn
01/28/2008
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:Add 7800:274 Digital Technology for Theatre to BA degree as a core requirement, and add 7800:472 and 7800:473 as elective options. This changes the number of core credits to 75 and elective credits to 15.
 
FAA 08 036Changing degree requirements to BA in Theatre Arts (TAG) TheatreProgram changes2008, FallApproved for University review
04/22/2008
 no05/06/2008
Proposal Summary:Add 7800:274 Digital Technology for Theatre to BA TAG as a core requirement and add the options of 7800:472 Methods of Teaching Elementary Theatre Arts and 7800:473 Methods of Teaching Secondary Theatre Arts to the Theatre BA TAG degree.
 
FAA 08 037Change name and restructure 7800:659 History and Theory of Stage Lighting TheatreCourse changes only2008, FallApproved for University review
04/22/2008
 no05/06/2008
Proposal Summary:Change title and update 7800:659 to reflect an emphasis on skill development and practical application
 
FAA 08 038Add 7800:572 Methods of Teaching Elementary Theatre Arts TheatreProgram changes2008, FallApproved for University review
04/22/2008
 no05/06/2008
Proposal Summary:Add 7800:572 Methods of Teaching Elementary Theatre Arts
 
FAA 08 041Change course number of 7800:200 Theatre Organization and Management TheatreCourse changes only2008, FallApproved for University review
04/22/2008
 no05/06/2008
Proposal Summary:Change 7800:200 Theatre Organization and Management to 7800:300.
 
FAA 08 051Delete 7800:425 History of the Theatre II TheatreProgram changes2008, FallApproved for University review
04/22/2008
 no05/06/2008
Proposal Summary:Delete 7800:425. It was replaced by 7800:435 History of the Theatre and Dramatic Literature II. See FAA 06 041 and 042.
 
FAA 08 052Delete 7800:430 Dramatic Literature II TheatreProgram changes2008, FallApproved for University review
04/22/2008
 no05/06/2008
Proposal Summary:Delete 7800:430. It was replaced by 7800:435 History of Theatre and Dramatic Literature II. See FAA 06 30
 
FAA 08 054Delete 7800:330 Dramatic Literature I TheatreProgram changes2008, FallApproved for University review
04/22/2008
 no05/06/2008
Proposal Summary:Delete 7800:330 Dramatic Literature I. It was replaced by 7800:335 History of Theatre and Dramatic Literature I. See under FAA 06 41 and 42

 
FAA 08 055Delete 7800:570 Theatre in Education  TheatreProgram changes2008, FallApproved for University review
04/22/2008
 no05/06/2008
Proposal Summary:Delete 7800:570 Theatre in Education. This course is being replaced by 7800:572 Methods of Teaching Elementary Theatre Arts (3 cr) and 7800:573 Methods of Teaching Secondary Theatre Arts (3 cr). See FAA 08 038 (no dashes) and FAA-08-039.
 
FAA 08 056Delete 7800:470 Theatre In Education TheatreProgram changes2008, FallApproved for University review
04/22/2008
 no05/06/2008
Proposal Summary:Delete 7800:470 Theatre in Education. This course is being replaced by 7800:472 Methods of Teaching Elementary Theatre Arts (3 cr) and 7800:473 Methods of Teaching Secondary Theatre Arts (3 cr). See FAA-08-060 and FAA-08-061.
 
FAA 08 059Add 7800:472 Methods of Teaching Elem Drama & 7800:473 Medthods of Teaching Sec Drama to the Theatre Arts BA TAG TheatreProgram changes2008, FallProposal Withdrawn
12/06/2007
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:Add 7800:472 Methods of Teaching Elementary Drama and 7800:473 Methods of Teaching Secondary Drama to the Theatre BA TAG degree.
 
FAA 08 53Delete 7800:325 History of the Theatre I TheatreProgram changes2008, FallApproved for University review
04/22/2008
 no05/06/2008
Proposal Summary:Delete 7800:325 History of the Theatre I. This course is replaced by 7800:335 History of the Theatre and Dramatic Literature I. See FAA 06 31
 
FAA 08058create 7800:473 Methods of Teaching Secondary Drama TheatreProgram changes2008, FallProposal Withdrawn
12/06/2007
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:create 7800:473 Methods of Teaching Secondary Drama and 7800:472 Methods of Teaching Elementary Drama and add it to the Theatre BA degree
 
FAA-08--697910:200 Sophomore Jury changes DanceCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/03/2008
Proposal Summary:Change course title 7910:200 Sophomore Jury to BFA Audition
 
FAA-08-001Delete 7750:664 Direct Practice Research require existing course Soc WorkProgram changes2008, SpringFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no12/14/2007
Proposal Summary:Delete required course 7750:664 Direct Practice Research (see proposal FAA-08-002). Completion of 7750:664 by all Master's of Social Work students in the micro concentration is currently required. Deletion of 7750:664 and requiring completion of 7750:675 Program Evaluation in its place is proposed to be consistent with changes in accreditation requirements in the research area of the curriculum.
 
FAA-08-002Require completion of existing course 7750:675 Program Evaluation by all MSW students in micro concentration Soc WorkProgram changes2008, SpringFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no12/14/2007
Proposal Summary:Completion of 7750:675 Program Evaluation, an existing course, will be required of all Master's of Social Work students in the micro concentration. See proposal FAA-08-001 which involves the deletion of 7750:664 Direct Practice Research, currently required of all MSW students in the micro concentration. Requiring 7750:675 is proposed to be consistent with accreditation requirements in the research area.
 
FAA-08-003Change course number for 7600:472 CommCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
12/07/2007
 no11/20/2007
Proposal Summary:Change the number of 7600:472 to 7600:372 (see also FAA-08-004)
 
FAA-08-004Change prerequisites for 7600:468 CommCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
12/07/2007
 no11/20/2007
Proposal Summary:See FAA-08-003 Course number on 7600:472 (now 372) has changed. That course is a prerequisite for this course, so the prerequisite on this course must be changed.
 
FAA-08-005Change Media Production Major to reflect number change CommProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
12/07/2007
 no11/20/2007
Proposal Summary:7600:472 was renumbered to 7600:372 (FAA-08-003) This change needs to appear in the listing of the major.
 
FAA-08-006BA Family and Consumer Sciences Education FCSCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no12/28/2007
Proposal Summary:With the reduction of core requirements for all Family and Consumer Sciences programs, and therefore a reduction in material that encompasses and integrates all subjects within the field, it is necessary to provide the students with a new course, 7400:241(3) Introduction to Family and Consumer Sciences Education. See FAA-07-92 for previous deletion of courses from university catalog.
 
FAA-08-007BA Family and Consumer Sciences Education FCSProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no12/20/2007
Proposal Summary:This proposal reflects the changes in the core (see FAA-07-92) and the inclusion of a new course 7400:241 (see FAA-08-006). Courses have been deleted while others have been added reflecting current practices in secondary education and FCS.
 
FAA-08-008BA Family and Child Development: Child Life Specialist FCSProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no12/28/2007
Proposal Summary:Increase the required credit hours by 1 cr. reflecting changes in 7400:295 Direct Experiences in the Hospital (FAA-08-009).
 
FAA-08-009BA Family and Child Development: Child Life Specialist FCSCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no12/20/2007
Proposal Summary:Increase credit hours for 7400:295 Direct Experiences in the Hospital from 2 credits to 3 credits.
 
FAA-08-012Program changes to BFA in Dance DanceProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no04/07/2008
Proposal Summary:Add and delete course requirements to BFA in Dance
 
FAA-08-013Change prerequisite for Ballet IV 7900:225 and allow for repeat of course for up to 12 credits DanceCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no12/20/2007
Proposal Summary:Change prerequisite for Ballet IV 7900:225 and allow for repeat of course for up to 12 credits
 
FAA-08-014Change prerequisite for 7900:125 Ballet II DanceCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no12/20/2007
Proposal Summary:Change prerequisite for Ballet II 7900:125 to permission or grade of B or better for one semester in 7900:124.
 
FAA-08-015Change prerequisite for Modern II 7900:120  DanceCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no12/20/2007
Proposal Summary:Change prerequisite for Modern II 7900:120 to permission or grade of B or better for one semester of 7900:119.
 
FAA-08-016Program changes to BA in Dance degree DanceProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no04/07/2008
Proposal Summary:Delete and add coursework to BA in Dance.
 
FAA-08-0177915:117 World Dance: Spanish prerequisites DanceCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no12/28/2007
Proposal Summary:Clarify prerequisites for 7915:117 World Dance: Spanish
 
FAA-08-018Delete prerequisite from 7600:417 CommCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no12/20/2007
Proposal Summary:Delete 7600:375 as a prerequisite to 7600:417
 
FAA-08-019Add 7100:404 History of Modernism to BA in Art History ArtProgram changes2008, FallApproved for University review
04/23/2008
 no05/07/2008
Proposal Summary:Add 7100:404 History of Modernism to BA in Art History
 
FAA-08-020Change title of 7100:304 Art in Europe During the 19th Century  ArtCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no12/20/2007
Proposal Summary:Change title of 7100:304 Art in Europe During the 19th Century to 19th Century Art for the BA in Art History
 
FAA-08-021Add 7100:504 History of Modernism ArtProgram changes2008, FallApproved for University review
04/23/2008
 no05/07/2008
Proposal Summary:Add 7100:504 History of Modernism to Art Department offerings.
 
FAA-08-0227400:529 Nutrition in Medical Sciences II Clinical FCSCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no04/07/2008
Proposal Summary:This proposal is for a new graduate level clinical course - 7400:529 Nutrition in Medical Sciences II Clinical to allow graduate students taking Nutrition in Medical Sciences II (7400:528) to take the co-requisite clinical rotation. Additional clinical hours are being demanded by accreditation body for students to achieve their competence levels. No additional resources are needed as the course is already being taught at the undergraduate level and is being supervised by experts in the field.
 
FAA-08-0237400:514 Food Systems Management II Clinical FCSCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no12/14/2007
Proposal Summary:This proposal is for a new graduate level clinical course - 7400:514 Food Systems Management II Clinical to allow graduate students taking Food Systems Management II (7400:513) to take the co-requisite clinical rotation. Additional clinical hours are being demanded by accreditation body for students to achieve their competence levels. No added resources are needed as the course is already being taught at the undergraduate level and is being supervised by experts in the field.
 
FAA-08-024MS Nutrition and Dietetics FCSProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no12/14/2007
Proposal Summary:Include 7400:514 Food Systems Management II Clinical and 7400:529 Nutrition in Medical Sciences II Clinical in the program (see FAA-08-22 and FAA-08-23). No added resources are needed as these courses are already offered at the undergraduate level and are supervised by experts in the field.
 
FAA-08-026 FCSCourse changes only2008, FallProposal Withdrawn
11/16/2007
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:Withdraw this proposal
 
FAA-08-0277400:544 Nutrition in Medical Science Long Term Care – Clinical FCSCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no12/14/2007
Proposal Summary:This proposal is for a new course - 7400:544 Long Term Care Clinicals (2) in response to a change in accreditiation competencies. The accreditation body will require an increase in clinical hours from 900 hours currently to 1200 hours. This course will be offered during the summer as a supervised practicum. It will replace a 2 hour elective. With reduction in core see FAA-07-92 no additional resources will be required.
 
FAA-08-028BS Dietetics - Coordinated Program FCSProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/19/2008
Proposal Summary:This proposal changes the admission requirements for students entering the program. All students will be admitted to the DPD Program. The Curriculum for DPD and CP are the same for the first and second years. Students who would like to be admitted to CP may apply when their CP prerequisites have been completed. Entry is competitive. Students who are not admitted can continue in DPD. Also, change the program to reflect the new required course -7400:444 (FAA-08-025). Replace 6500:341 Human Resource Management with 6500:301 Management Principles and Concepts. Based on discussions with the College of business, Management Principles and Concepts would better meet the foundation knowledge and competencies put forth by the Commission on Accreditation for Dietetic Education (CADE). Add 6300:201 Introduction to Entrepreneurship in place of a 3-cr. business elective. This course will meet the comptency that the CP students will participate in business or operating plan development. No added resources are needed.
 
FAA-08-029BS Dietetics - Didactic Program FCSProgram changes2008, FallApproved for University review
04/21/2008
 no05/05/2008
Proposal Summary:This proposal replaces 6500:341 Human Resource Management with 6500:301 Management Principles and Concepts. This proposal also reflects the changes in admission requirements for the Coordinated Program as suggested in FAA-08-028.
Also,discontinue the requirement for 6500:341 Human Resource Management. Add Management Principles and Concepts, 6500:301. Based on discussions with the College of Business, Management Principles and Concepts would better meet the foundation knowledge and competencies put forth by the Commission on Accreditation for Dietetic Education (CADE). The Didactic Program students would then be better prepared with the basic management information required for entry-level dietitians.
 
FAA-08-030MA - Family and Consumer Sciences FCSProgram changes2008, FallApproved for University review
04/21/2008
 no05/05/2008
Proposal Summary:Decrease the number of credits of graduate coursework students need to complete before taking their comprehensive exam from 24 to 19. Also change "two letters of recommendation may be submitted" to "three letters of recommendation must be submitted".
 
FAA-08-031MS - Nutrition and Dietetics FCSProgram changes2008, FallApproved for University review
04/21/2008
 no05/05/2008
Proposal Summary:Decrease the number of credits of graduate coursework students need to complete before taking their comprehensive exam from 24 to 19.
Change "two letters of recommendation may be submitted" to "three letters of recommendation must be submitted".
 
FAA-08-034Reactivate 7800:490 Workshop in Theatre Arts TheatreCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no04/07/2008
Proposal Summary:Reactivate 7800:490 Workshop in Theatre Arts
 
FAA-08-039Add 7800:573 Methods of Teaching Secondary Theatre Arts TheatreProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no04/07/2008
Proposal Summary:Add 7800:573 Methods of Teaching Secondary Theatre Arts
 
FAA-08-040Reactivate 7800:590 Workshop in Theatre Arts TheatreCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no04/07/2008
Proposal Summary:Reactivate 7800:590 Workshop in Theatre Arts. These courses were made inactive after many years of not being used.
 
FAA-08-042Elimination of clinical and nonclinical options for BA and BAT degrees SLPAProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no04/07/2008
Proposal Summary:This proposal will reduce/eliminate actual clinical experiences at the undergraduate level. There are two reasons for this: it is more appropriate for a preprofessional degree and we do not have the resources to continue offering clinical experience at the undergraduate level, given current enrollment.
 
FAA-08-0437700:210: change in prerequisites and course description SLPACourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no04/07/2008
Proposal Summary:Delete 7700:110 as prerequisite course. Change course description to emphasize fundamentals of phonetics rather than disorders
 
FAA-08-044Change to 7700:215: Add 7700:210 as prerequisite SLPACourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no04/07/2008
Proposal Summary:7700:215 Introduction to Speech and Hearing Science covers articulatory and acoustic phonetics. It requires knowledge of the International Phonetic Alphabet, covered in 7700:210.
 
FAA-08-045Prerequisite change for 7700:230 Language Science and Acquisition SLPACourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no04/07/2008
Proposal Summary:Change current prerequisite of "Permission" to "Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology majors only." This will eliminate registration problems and ensure that non-majors enroll in the course for non-majors only.
 
FAA-08-057Reorganization of Organizational Communication Track CommProgram changes2008, FallApproved for University review
04/21/2008
 no05/05/2008
Proposal Summary:Courses within the Organizational Communication Track are being reorganized to present a more targeted organizational communication focus. No new courses are being added to the university catalog.
 
FAA-08-060Add 7800:472 Methods of Teaching Elementary Theatre Arts TheatreProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no04/07/2008
Proposal Summary:Add 7800:472 Methods of Teaching Elementary Theatre Arts
 
FAA-08-061Add 7800:473 Methods of Teaching Secondary Theatre Arts TheatreProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no04/07/2008
Proposal Summary:Add 7800:473 Methods of Teaching Secondary Theatre Arts
 
FAA-08-062Dance Minor revision DanceProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no04/07/2008
Proposal Summary:Eliminate 7920:431 Dance History: Prehistory-1661 from Dance Minor
 
FAA-08-0637920:490/590 Workshop in Dance prerequisite change DanceCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/03/2008
Proposal Summary:7920:490/590 Workshop in Dance prerequisite change to "permission"
 
FAA-08-0647920:471 Senior Seminar prerequisite change DanceCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no12/28/2007
Proposal Summary:7920:471 Senior Seminar (1 credit) prerequisite change to "senior standing or permission"
 
FAA-08-066Add prerequisite to 7920:141 Pointe I DanceCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/03/2008
Proposal Summary:Add prerequisite 7920:122 Ballet V or above to 7920:141 Pointe I
 
FAA-08-067Prerequisite change for Choreography I DanceCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/03/2008
Proposal Summary:Change prerequisite for 7920:316 Choreography I to 7900:220 or above
 
FAA-08-0687900:103 Dance Orientation course description DanceCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/03/2008
Proposal Summary:7900:103 Dance Orientation course description change
 
FAA-08-0707910:201 Freshman Jury and Interview course description change DanceCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/03/2008
Proposal Summary:7910:201 Freshman Jury and Interview course description change
 
FAA-08-071Delete 7920:431 Dance History: Prehistory-1661 DanceCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no12/28/2007
Proposal Summary:Eliminate 7920:431 Dance History: Prehistory-1661 (2 credits)
 
FAA-08-072Rename 7920:432 1661-Diaghilev to History of Ballet DanceCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no12/28/2007
Proposal Summary:Rename 7920:432 Dance History:1661-Diaghilev to History of Ballet
 
FAA-08-073Delete Dance Philosophy & Criticism II DanceCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/03/2008
Proposal Summary:Eliminate Dance Philosophy & Criticism II (2 credits)
 
FAA-08-074Changes to 7920:445 Dance Philosophy & Criticism I DanceCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no12/28/2007
Proposal Summary:Name change and credit change to 7920:445 Dance Philosophy & Criticism I
 
FAA-08-075Clarify prerequisites for 7915:101 Dance Somatics: Yoga DanceCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no12/28/2007
Proposal Summary:Clarify prerequisites for 7915:101 Dance Somatics: Yoga
 
FAA-08-0767915:102 Dance Somatics: Pilates prerequisites DanceCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no12/28/2007
Proposal Summary:Clarify prerequisites for 7915:102 Dance Somatics: Pilates
 
FAA-08-077Prerequisites for 7915:103 Dance Somatics: Alexander Technique DanceCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no12/28/2007
Proposal Summary:Clarify prerequisites for 7915:103 Dance Somatics: Alexander Technique
 
FAA-08-078Prerequisites for 7915:104 Dance Somatics: Gyrokinesis DanceCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no12/28/2007
Proposal Summary:Clarify prerequisites for 7915:104 Dance Somatics: Gyrokinesis
 
FAA-08-0807915:112 World Dance: Asia DanceCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no12/28/2007
Proposal Summary:Clarify prerequisites for 7915:112 World Dance: Asia
 
FAA-08-0817915:112 World Dance: Europe DanceCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no12/28/2007
Proposal Summary:Clarify prerequisites for 7915:112 World Dance: Europe (1 credit)
 
FAA-08-0827915:114 World Dance: Pacific Rim prerequisites DanceCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no12/28/2007
Proposal Summary:Clarify prerequisites for 7915:114 World Dance: Pacific Rim
 
FAA-08-0837915:115 World Dance prerequisites DanceCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no12/28/2007
Proposal Summary:Clarify prerequisites for 7915:115 World Dance: Renaissance
 
FAA-08-0847915:116 World Dance: Baroque DanceCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no12/28/2007
Proposal Summary:Clarify prerequisites for 7915:116 World Dance: Baroque
 
FAA-08-0857915:117 World Dance: Spain DanceCourse changes only2008, FallProposal Withdrawn
11/16/2007
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:Clarify prerequisites for 7915:117 World Dance: Spain
 
FAA-08-0867915:403 Special Topics in World Dance or Dance Somatic DanceCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no12/28/2007
Proposal Summary:Clarify prerequisites for 7915:403 Special Topics in World Dance or Dance Somatic
 
FAA-08-0877920:333 Partnering prerequisite DanceCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no12/28/2007
Proposal Summary:Change prerequisite for 7920:333 Partnering
 
FAA-08-088Program change for BA in Dance with a Business Cognate DanceProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no04/07/2008
Proposal Summary:Change program requirements for BA in Dance with a Business Cognate
 
FAA-08-093Change Prerequisites for 7100:491 Architectural Presentations ArtCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no04/07/2008
Proposal Summary:Change Prerequisites for 7100:491 Architectural Presentations
 
FAA-08-094Update MS in Education with Visual Arts Licensure Program ArtProgram changes2008, FallProposal Withdrawn
03/06/2008
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:Update MS in Education with Visual Arts Licensure Program to reflect art course changes
 
FAA-08-095Change prerequisites for 7100:511 Methods of Teaching Secondary Art ArtCourse changes only2008, FallProposal Withdrawn
03/06/2008
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:Change prerequisites for 7100:511 Methods of Teaching Secondary Art
 
FAA-08-096Change prerequisites for 7100:410 Methods of Teaching Elementary Art ArtCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no04/07/2008
Proposal Summary:Change prerequisites for 7100:410 Methods of Teaching Elementary Art for BA in Art Education Program
 
FAA-08-097Change prerequisites for 7100:411 Methods of Teaching Secondary Art ArtCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no04/07/2008
Proposal Summary:Change prerequisites for 7100:411 Methods of Teaching Secondary Art for the BA in Art Education Program
 
FAA-08-098Change Prerequisites for 7100:510 Methods of Teaching Elementary Art ArtCourse changes only2008, FallProposal Withdrawn
03/06/2008
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:Change Prerequisites for 7100:510 Methods of Teaching Elementary Art
 
FAA-08-099Change 7100:384 Graphics Review credit requirement ArtCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no04/07/2008
Proposal Summary:Change 7100:384 Graphic Design Portfolio Review credit requirement and name for the BFA in Graphic Design
 
FAA-08-100Update changes in BFA in Graphic Design Program ArtProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no04/07/2008
Proposal Summary:Update changes in BFA in Graphic Design Program
 
FAA-08-101Add 7100:309 Greek Art to BA in Art History ArtProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no04/07/2008
Proposal Summary:Add 7100:309 Greek Art to requirements for BA in Art History
 
FAA-08-102Update changes to BA in Art History ArtProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no04/07/2008
Proposal Summary:Update changes to BA in Art History to reflect addition and deletion of courses in the program
 
FAA-08-103Add Web Section of 7600:115 CommCourse changes only2008, FallCollege status: approved
01/28/2008
 yes00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:This proposal is to add a web section to an existing course: 7600:115 Survey of Communication Theory
 
FAA-08-104Change degree requirements to BA in Theatre TheatreProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no04/07/2008
Proposal Summary:Change degree requirements to BA in Theatre
 
FAA-08-105Revise requirements for MA Theatre Arts / Theatre Option TheatreProgram changes2008, FallProposal Withdrawn
02/18/2008
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:Revise requirements for MA Theatre Arts / Theatre Option
 
FAA-08-106Course deletion: 7700:461-801 SLPACourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no04/07/2008
Proposal Summary:Course deletion:
Course Number 7700:461-801
Course title O&A: Public School Speech-Lang. and Hr. Pr.2
Rationale: This course is offerend only at the graduate level as 7700:561 Organization and Administration: Public School Speech-Language and Heairng Programs 2
 
FAA-08-107Delete 7100:180 Fundamentals of Graphic Design ArtProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no04/07/2008
Proposal Summary:Delete 7100:180 Fundamentals of Graphic Design from Art Department offerings
 
FAA-08-108Restructure Public Relations Major CommProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no04/07/2008
Proposal Summary:Restructure the Public Relations Major by removing two required classes and adding one new class (see FAA-08-110)
 
FAA-08-109Restructure Public Relations Minor CommProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no04/07/2008
Proposal Summary:The Public Relations Minor is being restructured to reflect changes made to the Public Relations Major (see FAA-08-108)
 
FAA-08-110Add new course in Contemporary Public Relations  CommProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no04/07/2008
Proposal Summary:Add an undergraduate section to an existing graduate course in Contemporary Public Relations (see FAA-08-111)
 
FAA-08-111Change number for 7600:628 CommCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no04/07/2008
Proposal Summary:Change number of 7600:628 to 7600:506 in order to pair this graduate course with an undergraduate course (see FAA-08-110)
 
FAA-08-112Change prerequisites for 7600:404 CommCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no04/07/2008
Proposal Summary:Remove 7600:303 and 7600:309 as prerequisites for 7600:404 Public Relations Cases.
 
FAA-08-113Change prerequisites for 7600:403 CommCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no04/07/2008
Proposal Summary:Remove prerequisites from 7600:403 Public Relations Strategies
 
FAA-08-114Change prerequisites for 7600:309 CommCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no04/07/2008
Proposal Summary:Remove prerequisites from 7600:309 Public Relations Publications
 
FAA-08-115Change prerequisites for 7600:303 CommCourse changes only2008, FallApproved for University review
04/21/2008
 no05/05/2008
Proposal Summary:Remove prerequisites from 7600:303 Public Relations Writing
 
FAA-08-257400:444 Long Term Care Clinicals FCSCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
12/07/2007
 no11/30/2007
Proposal Summary:This proposal is for a new course - 7400:444 Long Term Care Clinicals (2) in response to a change in accreditiation competencies. The accreditation body will require an increase in clinical hours from 900 hours currently to 1200 hours. This course will be offered during the summer as a supervised practicum. It will replace a 2 hour elective. With the reduction in core requirements see FAA-07-92 no additional resources are required.
 
FAA-08-797915:111 World Dance: Africa prerequisites DanceCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no12/28/2007
Proposal Summary:Clarify prerequisites for 7915:104 World Dance: Africa
 
GEAC test Oct. 4 Course changes only2008, FallProposal Withdrawn
10/04/2007
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:
 
NU-08-01Master of Public H ealth Degree Program NursingProgram changes2008, FallCollege status: approved
03/24/2008
 yes00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:This proposal requires an increase in the credit hour requirement from 39 to 42 for the Master of Public Health program. This increase will include the addition of a new course 8300:608 Public Health Practice and Issues 3 credits.In addition the 8300:697 Capstone course grading scheme will be changed from pass/fail to a letter grade
 
NU-08-02Post MSN Psychaitric Family Nurse Practitioner Certificate Program NursingNew program2008, FallApproved for University review
04/17/2008
 yes05/01/2008
Proposal Summary:This proposal is to establish a Post MSN Psychiatric Family Nurse Practitioner Program for advanced practice nurses who have a master's degree in nursing, are certified as a Psychiartic Mental Health Nurse Practitioner and want to be eligible to sit for ANCC certification as a Family Psychiatric & Mental Health Nurse Practitioner. There is a demand for Psychiatric Family Nurse Practitioners regionally and nationally. This certificate program is designed using existing courses in the Child and Adolescent Health Nurse Practioner track, the Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner track, and two courses from the Department of Counseling. Dr. Karin Jordan, Chair of Counseling was consulted by Dr. Tusaie and agrees that those courses can be a required component of this proposed certificate program.
 
NU-08-03Psychiatric Family Nurse Practitioner NursingProgram changes2008, FallApproved for University review
04/17/2008
 yes05/01/2008
Proposal Summary:This proposal is designed to use the current Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner track sequence and existing courses from Child and Adolescent Health Nursing and the Department of Counseling to expand the current course offering to prepare students to sit for the Family Psychiatric & Mental Health Nurse Practitioner national certification examination. Students will have the option of choosing preparation as a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (46 credits)in the existing track, or they may add a sequence of existing courses from the CAH NP track (3 credits) and the Department of Counseling (6 credits) for a total of 57 credits to be prepared as a Psychiatric Family Nurse Practitioner. Students can complete the Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner option 46 credit hours or the Psychiatric Family Nurse Practitioner option of 57 credit hours.
 
NU-08-04Gerontological RN-Generalist NursingNew program2008, SpringCollege status: approved
03/31/2008
 yes00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:This proposal is designed for the working registered nurse (RN) in hospitals, nursing homes, or other community agencies who need further prepartion in the care of elder patients/clients to sit for the national certification examination-Gerontological Nurse Certification Exam or who needs college credit or continuing education credit for relicensure as an RN. Health care systems are requiring registered nurses who do not have master's degrees to sit for the Gerontological Generalist Certification Examination. This series of three courses will prepare working RNs to assess manage and implement health care to meet the specialized needs of older adults and evaluate the effectiveness of this care. Registered nurses who complete the three courses will be eligible to sit for the national Gerontological Nurse Certification Exam through American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC)and/or meet the continuing education requirements for relicensure of the Ohio Board of Nursing.
 
NU-08-05Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing-Course additions NursingProgram changes2008, SpringCollege status: approved
03/31/2008
 yes00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:This course is one in a series of three courses developed in response to concerns about the state of the behavioral health workforce, including registered nurses with bacaalaureate degrees or students at the graduate level of education. Behavioral health services are even more human resource intensive than other areas of health care, therefore workforce development is critical. Asynchronous online education is necessary to faciltiate access because the behavioral healthcare organization often cannot afford to take nurses out of service for face to face educational activities. Because innovations in behavioral healthcare based on research take much too long to be transferred to practice the current nursing workforce is unprepared to deal with the practices of the current behavioral health system, which demands skills to work outside the hospital setting, in the community, schools, prisons, homeless shelters, and home care settings. Behavioral health systems today require nurses who are prepared to work with persons with serious mental illness and who are culturally competent, promote resiliency and recovery, and are capable of working in collaborative relationships. This course seeks to supply the education necessary to work effectively with the vulnerable seriously and persistently mentally ill population. Dr. Galon was funded for the development of this series of courses by the Department of Mental Health (ODMH) because of her knowledge and expertise in the care of and public policy issues related to the severly persistently mentally ill.
 
NU-08-06Baccalaureate Program course additions for Registered Nurses or baccalaureate students NursingProgram changes2008, SpringCollege status: approved
03/31/2008
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:This proposal was funded by Ohio Department of Mental Health (ODM)and is designed for working registered nurses (RN) or other interprofessional health workers who may not have a baccalaureate degree who work in hospitals, nursing homes, or other community agencies who serve the population of severely persistently mentally ill and who need further preparation in the care of these patients/clients or who need college credit or continuing education credit for relicensure as an RN. Health care systems and community agencies such as state hospitals are requiring registered nurses to advance their knowledge of working with this population.
 
PR-08-01Queer Studies Womens StudiesCourse changes only2007, FallUnder development
02/19/2008
 no
Proposal Summary:Assign a permanent number to a course previously taught as a special topic.
 
PS-08-01Revise Prerequisites for Graduate Courses Poly EngCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no01/23/2008
Proposal Summary:This is a blanket proposal to change the prerequisite for the following graduate level courses from their current listings to the statement "Prerequisite: Permission of Instructor", as follows:

9841:525 Introduction to Blending and Compounding of Polymers
9841:527 Mold Design
9841:550 Engineering Properties of Polymers
9841:551 Polymer Engineering Laboratory
9841:670 Polymer Nanocomposites

These changes are in accordance with the APC motion stating that "UA graduate courses should no longer have UA undergraduate courses listed as prerequisites", approved by the Faculty Senate on May 5, 2005. This will simplify the department's prerequisites to improve scheduling flexibility for students.
 
SC-08-01Name Change of 2230:204 to Fire and Life Safety Education Publ Svc TechCourse changes only2008, SpringFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no12/12/2007
Proposal Summary:Name change of 2230:204 from Fire Hazards Recognition to Fire and Life Safety Education.
 
SC-08-02Name Change of 2230:254 to Fire Prevention Publ Svc TechCourse changes only2008, SpringFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no12/12/2007
Proposal Summary:Changing the name of 2230:254 from Fire Codes and Standards to Fire Prevention.
 
SC-08-03Emergency Medical Services: Fire Medic Option Changes Publ Svc TechProgram changes2008, SpringFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no12/12/2007
Proposal Summary:Deleting 2230:297 Independent Study, 4 credits
Adding 2230:295 Technical Fire Training/Field Experience, 4 credits
 
SC-08-05Developmental Programs New Special Topics Crse Numbers Dev ProgProgram changes2007, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/30/2007
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:Creating two new Special Topics numbers. These numbers will initially be used to accommodate offering Part A: Basic Math II and Part B: Basic Math II across Fall and Spring semesters...a two-semester pilot course.
 
SC-08-06Prerequisite changes for 2280:250 and 2280:280 Bus TechCourse changes only2008, FallProposal Withdrawn
04/08/2008
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:Change in prerequisites for 2280:250 and 278
 
SC-08-07Surveying Engineering Technology Eng&Sci TechProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no04/30/2008
Proposal Summary:Drop three exisiting courses; 2030:255, 2820:163 or 164, and 2940:210.
Add one exisiting course; 3370:101.
Add new gen. edu. communication option; 2540:263.
Add any 2985 GIS/LIS course as an elective option.
Increase surveying elective by one credit.
Increase 2980:355 course from two to three credits.
Change in degree requirements: add a Technical Certification test required.
Reduce total degree requirements from 68 to 66.
 
SC-08-08Developmental Programs new course number: 2010:054 Program changes2008, SpringFinal Approval Granted
12/07/2007
 no11/07/2007
Proposal Summary:New Course Number will replace the current pilot section of Basic Mathematics II Supported.
 
SC-08-09Developmental Programs new course number: 2010:056 Program changes2008, SpringFinal Approval Granted
12/07/2007
 no11/07/2007
Proposal Summary:New course number to replace the current pilot section of Basic Mathematics II - Part A.
 
SC-08-10Developmental Programs new course number: 2010:057 Program changes2008, SpringFinal Approval Granted
12/07/2007
 no11/07/2007
Proposal Summary:New course number to replace the current pilot section of Basic Mathematics II-Part B.
 
SC-08-11Marketing & Sales Technology Course Addition & Change Bus TechCourse changes only2008, FallProposal Withdrawn
04/08/2008
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:Course change to 2520:206 Retail Promotion & Advertising and addition of a new course 2520:xxx Sports Marketing.
 
SC-08-12Program change for Marketing & Sales Technology, Advertising Option Bus TechProgram changes2008, FallProposal Withdrawn
04/08/2008
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:Adding new course 2520:255 Sports Marketing and 2540:263 Professional Communications & Presentations as an additional choice for the speech component.
 
SC-08-13Program change for Marketing & Sales Technology, Fashion Option Bus TechProgram changes2008, FallProposal Withdrawn
04/08/2008
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:
 
SC-08-14Program change for Marketing & Sales Technology, Retailing Option Bus TechProgram changes2008, FallProposal Withdrawn
04/08/2008
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:
 
SC-08-15Program change for Marketing & Sales Technology, Sales Option Bus TechProgram changes2008, FallProposal Withdrawn
04/08/2008
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:
 
SC-08-16Massotherapy Technology All HealthNew program2008, FallCollege status: approved
04/15/2008
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:We have OBOR approval to develop an Associate Degree In Massotherapy. The proposed degree will be offered in conjunction with the National Institute of Massotherapy. Students will receive a block of credit for the courses completed at the National Institute of Massotherapy after they pass their licensure exam. They will earn the AAS in Massotherapy after completing 31 hours of required classes in residence at the University of Akron.
 
SC-08-18Fire Protection Minor Publ Svc TechProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/27/2008
Proposal Summary:To update the current Fire Protection Minor to incorporate curriculum changes recently approved and delete a course that no longer exists.
 
SC-08-19Fire Protection Technology Certificate Publ Svc TechProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/27/2008
Proposal Summary:Incorporate changes to courses approved through curriculum process in 2006-2007.
 
SC-08-20Emergency Management BS Program  Publ Svc TechProgram changes2008, FallCollege status: approved
04/04/2008
 yes00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:Addition and Deletion of courses.
 
SC-08-22Emergency Management Certificate Publ Svc TechProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 yes03/27/2008
Proposal Summary:Revision of the Emergency Management Certificate to reflect the updated program changes.
 
SC-08-25Delete Office Administration Medical Transcriptionist Certificate Bus TechProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no12/12/2007
Proposal Summary:Deleting Medical Transcriptionist Certificate
 
SC-08-26Course changes for Office Administration courses  Bus TechCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no12/12/2007
Proposal Summary:Course changes to 2540:121 Introduction to Office Procedures and 2540:263 Professional Communications and Presentations.
 
SC-08-27Health Information Technology (Associate of Applied Science) All HealthNew program2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/27/2008
Proposal Summary:A new associate degree that will address the increasing sophistication in management of healthcare data. This student will acquire new skill sets in healthcare coding, data collection, analysis, and compliance including HIPAA, CLIA and JCAHO.
 
SC-08-28Medical Assisting Technology All HealthCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/27/2008
Proposal Summary:Clinical Medical Assisting I & II have outdated prerequisites published in the undergraduate bulletin. This proposal will correct the prerequisites listed.
 
SC-08-29Certificate Program in Residential Inspection Eng&Sci TechNew program2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no04/22/2008
Proposal Summary:This proposal establishes a certificate program in Residential Inspection.
 
SC-08-30Technical Report Writing 2020:222 Bypass Credit Assc StudiesCourse changes only2008, SpringFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/27/2008
Proposal Summary:The English area proposes that students with a minimum ACT score of 28 or a minimum SAT verbal score of 610 be granted bypass credit for 2020:121 (English 121) if they are placed directly into 2020:222 (Technical Report Writing).
 
SC-08-31Early Childhood Development Publ Svc TechCourse changes only2008, SpringFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/27/2008
Proposal Summary:This proposal is to remove the prerequisite for the 2200:290 Special Topics course.
 
SC-08-32Criminal Justice Technology Publ Svc TechCourse changes only2008, SpringFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no12/12/2007
Proposal Summary:Change the title of 2220:102 from Criminal Law for Police to Principles of Criminal Law.
 
SC-08-33AAS Construction Engineering Technology Eng&Sci TechProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no04/22/2008
Proposal Summary:Drop Technical Math II from program requirements.
Change prerequisites for one course.
Modify list of Technical Electives.
 
SC-08-34EET BS Degree Update Eng&Sci TechProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no04/30/2008
Proposal Summary:This proposal makes changes in courses to better reflect actual student needs and to upgrade course content.
 
SC-08-35Computer Information Systems course changes Bus TechCourse changes only2008, FallProposal Withdrawn
04/08/2008
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:Course changes for 2440:301, 302, 338, 388, 401, and 402.
 
SC-08-36Criminal Justice Minor  Publ Svc TechProgram changes2008, SpringFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/27/2008
Proposal Summary:Delete the current topic requirement, 2220:296, 1-3 credits and add Criminal Justice Course requirements, 2220:xxx, 3 credits.
 
SC-08-37Mode of Delivery Change for 2540:143 Microsoft Word Beginning Bus TechCourse changes only2008, FallProposal Withdrawn
03/25/2008
 yes00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:Adding modality change for existing class: 2540:143 Microsoft Word Beginning. This is proposed for 100% on-line delivery in addition to traditional delivery.
 
SC-08-38Forensic Study of Behaviors Certificate Publ Svc TechProgram changes2008, SpringFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no03/27/2008
Proposal Summary:Remove 2220:262 Victimology course and replace with 3850:428 The Victim and Society.
 
SC-08-39AASMET  Eng&Sci TechProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no04/22/2008
Proposal Summary:Remove Technical Math II (2330:152).
Add English Comp. I (3300:111) as a choice with English (2020:121).
Add English Comp. II (3300:112) as a choice with Technical Report Writing (2020:222).
Add Intro to Public Speaking (7600:105) as a choice with Effective Oral Communications (7600:106).
Add Survey of Basic Economics (2040:247) as a choice with American Urban Society(2040:424).
Add new course: Survey of Mechanical Engineering Technology (2920:100).
Change prerequisites for Kinematics (2920:243)to 2920:101 as corequisite.
Change prerequisites for Mech. Design II (2920:245) to 2920:142 as corequisite.
 
SC-08-40BS MET Program update Eng&Sci TechProgram changes2008, FallCollege status: approved
03/11/2008
 yes00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:Remove English Comp. II (3300:112).
Remove Survey of Basic Economics (2040:247).
Add one (3) semester credit Technical Elective to 3rd year fall semester.
Add one (2) semester credit Technical Elective to 3rd year spring semester.
Modify the list of the current Technical Elective listed.
Add new course: Senior MET Seminar (2920:490).

 
SC-08-44Emergency Management Minor Publ Svc TechNew program2008, SpringFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 yes04/17/2008
Proposal Summary:Creation of a minor in Emergency Management
 
SC-08-45Paralegal Studies Publ Svc TechProgram changes2008, FallCollege status: approved
04/15/2008
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:Addition and deletion of course. Course name changes.
 
SC-08-46Paralegal Studies Certificate Publ Svc TechProgram changes2008, FallCollege status: approved
04/15/2008
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:Addition of required course and course name changes.
 
SC-08-47Community Services Technology Publ Svc TechCourse changes only2008, SpringFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 yes03/31/2008
Proposal Summary:Change the name of 2260:271 from Non-Chemical Addictions and Dependencies to Behavioral Addictions.
 
SC-08-48Surveying and Mapping Technology Eng&Sci TechProgram changes2008, FallCollege status: approved
04/15/2008
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:- Reduce number of credits for the degree from 68 to 66 by dropping 3370:100 Earth Science(3) and adding one additional credit to a surveying elective.
- Replace 2030:356 Technical Calculus II (3) which was dropped from the AAS degree program.
- Change two current surveying electives:
change 2980:330 Applied Photogrammetry, from 2 to 3 credits.
change 2980:426 History of Surveying, name and content change to History of Surveying to 1785.
- Add two new surveying electives:
2980:355 Business of Surveying (2)
2980:428 History of Surveying since 1785 (2)
 
SC-08-49Certificate in Geographic and Land Information Systems Eng&Sci TechProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no04/22/2008
Proposal Summary:Redesign certificate using 2985 Geographic and Land Information Systems
 
SC-08-50Geographic and Land Information Systems (GIS/LIS) Eng&Sci TechProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
05/02/2008
 no04/25/2008
Proposal Summary:Drop one course - 2940:210 Computer Aided Drawing I.
Add an existing course - 2980:355 Computer Applications in Surveying.
Add an additional existing course option to the General Education requirements for Oral Communication - 2540:263 Professional Communication & Presentations.
 
SC-08-52Professional Writing Certificate Assc StudiesNew program2008, FallApproved for University review
04/17/2008
 yes05/01/2008
Proposal Summary:This proposal is for a writing certificate, involving a minimum of 12 credit hours, that will help students to enhance their professional writing skills. At least 6 of the 12 credit hours must be taken through Summit College. A grade point average of 2.5 for certificate course requirements must be obtained to be awarded the certificate.
 
SC-08-53Early Childhood Development, Infant/Toddler Day Care Program Publ Svc TechCourse changes only2008, FallProposal Withdrawn
04/08/2008
 yes00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:Adding modality change for existing class: 2200:245 Infant/Toddler Day Care Program. This is proposed for 100% on-line delivery in addition to traditional delivery.
 
SC-08-54Respiratory Care  All HealthProgram changes2008, FallCollege status: approved
04/15/2008
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:Delete the Respiratory Care Degree AAS courses from the University offerings.
 
SC-08-55B.S. Respiratory Care All HealthProgram changes2008, FallCollege status: approved
04/15/2008
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:Remove 2235:450 Emergency Management Research Methods Applications (4 Cr) from the program.
Delete 2790:404 Polysomnography I and 2790:405 Polysomnography II from the university offerings.
Delete the 7 optional elective areas, from which the student needed to select one 6 hr area, and replace it with 6 hrs of electives.
Change the credit hours for the following courses as follows:
2790:315 Advanced Pharmacology from 2 to 3 hrs
2790:443 RT Clinical Experience III 3 to 4 hrs
2790:444 RT Clinical Experience IV 3 to 4 hrs
2790:430 Problems in Respiratory Therapy 3 to 4 hrs
 
SC-08-56BS Construction Engineering Technology Eng&Sci TechProgram changes2008, FallApproved for University review
04/17/2008
 no05/01/2008
Proposal Summary:Make changes to 2990:352 Field Mgt. & Scheduling course, add one course as a new requirement , delete three credit hours of tech. electives from the BS degree.
 
SC-08-57EET Update for AAS EET Degree Eng&Sci TechProgram changes2008, FallProposal Withdrawn
03/04/2008
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:This proposal makes some changes in courses to better reflect actual needs of the students and to upgrade course content. Some changes are made to the curriculum guide relective of electives available.
 
SC-08-58Electronic Engineering Technology Eng&Sci TechCourse changes only2008, FallApproved for University review
04/17/2008
 no05/01/2008
Proposal Summary:Modification of co-req. for 2860:121 to include 2860:120.
 
SC-08-59Computer Information Systems Baccalaureate Degree Networking Option Bus TechProgram changes2008, FallProposal Withdrawn
04/08/2008
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:In reviewing the degree program that has been in effect for several years, there are two changes needed: change from Technical Physics series to General Education Natural Science, and require students to earn a "C" or better in every technical course.
 
SC-08-60Computer Information Systems, Programming Specialist Bus TechProgram changes2008, FallProposal Withdrawn
04/08/2008
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:Students must earn a "C" or better in every technical course.
 
SC-08-61Computer Information Systems, Web Development Bus TechProgram changes2008, FallProposal Withdrawn
04/08/2008
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:Students must earn a "C" or better in each course in his major area (2440/2600).
 
SC-08-62Computer Information Systems, Microcomputer Specialist Bus TechProgram changes2008, FallProposal Withdrawn
04/08/2008
 no00/00/0000
Proposal Summary:This option should be retired.
 
TEST-08-01TEST Program changes2008, FallUnder development
10/08/2007
 no
Proposal Summary:This is a test! This is only a test! Do not pass go! Do not collect $200!
 
TEST-eric Course changes only2008, FallUnder development
09/14/2007
 yes
Proposal Summary:
 
WC-08-01Paraprofessional Education - Intervention Specialist program modification WayneProgram changes2008, FallApproved for University review
05/16/2008
 no05/30/2008
Proposal Summary:Drop 3100:200/201 and 3150:110/111 and add 3100:265 and 3150:101 as requirements. Create special topics course for department.
 
WC-08-02Social Services Practicum and Seminar changes WayneCourse changes only2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no02/19/2008
Proposal Summary:Presently, two practicum experiences, 2260:285 Social Services Practicum I and 2260:287 Social Services Practicum II, are required for students seeking the associate degree in Social Services Technology. Similarly, students who are pursuing either the Certificate in Gerontological Social Services or the Certificate in Therapeutic Activities are required to complete one field experience specific to the objective of the certificate. Under the current course structure, there is no clear way to identify in the student's record what actual field experience occurred in any practicum. Additionally, the distinction between the first and second practicum ( I & II) is unnecessary. This proposal will modify the two existing practica and create a new third practicum experience to differentiate types of field work and to delineate clearly which practicum experiences fulfill certificate and/or associate degree requirements.

Two new courses are being added to the associate degree curriculum to replace Social Services Practicum Seminar, previously taken concurrently with each social services practicum. Field Work Orientation, will be taken prior to the first practicum experience, and Field Work Evaluation will be taken concurrently with the first practicum. It includes a structured process of assessment and preparation for the second practicum. Modified seminars will be incorporated into each of the practicum experiences.
 
WC-08-03Program modifications to Social Services Tech. Step-Up program reflecting practicum modifications outlined in WC-08-02 WayneProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no02/19/2008
Proposal Summary:Two practicum experiences, presently 2260:285 Social Services Practicum I and 2260:287 Social Services Practicum II, are required for the associate degree. These two practica are being modified (see proposal WC-08-02) into three distinct kinds of field work experiences. Two of the proposed practica, Practicum in Therapeutic Activities and Long-term Care and Practicum in Gerontological Social Services, are being added not only to differentiate types of field work, but also to more clearly identify which practicum experiences fulfill certificate and/or associate degree requirements. 2260:285 Social Services Practicum will remain as one field work option that fulfills only associate degree requirements and that is not in an aging setting or primarily involving therapeutic activities. All associate degree students will take 2260:285 Social Services Practicum for one semester. Students who are not pursuing one of the two aging-related certificates will enroll in a second semester of 2260:285 Social Services Practicum in a different non-aging setting.

Two new courses (see WC-08-02) are also being added to the associate degree curriculum to replace Social Services Practicum Seminar, previously taken concurrently with each social services practicum. 2260:293 Field Work Orientation will be taken prior to enrolling for the first practicum, and 2260:294 Field Work Evaluation will be taken concurrently with the first practicum and include a structured process of assessment and preparation for the second practicum. Modified seminars are also being incorporated into all of the practicum experiences themselves.
 
WC-08-04Program changes to the Gerontological Social Services Certificate reflecting practicum modifications in WC-08-02 WayneProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no02/19/2008
Proposal Summary:With changes being made to the associate degree, there will be two options available for students with regard to the field work requirement for the Certificate in Gerontological Social Services. One of these, 2260:289 Practicum in Gerontological Social Services, is the type of field work currently completed by taking a social services practicum in an aging setting. It can fulfill the field work required for the gerontology certificate and serve as one of the two practica required for the associate degree. This practicum is being created to differentiate it from an associate degree practicum in a non-aging setting. The other new field work option is 2260:287 Practicum in Therapeutic Activities and Long-term Care, which can be used to fulfill the field work requirement for the Certificate in Gerontological Social Services, the Certificate in Therapeutic Activities, and the associate degree. See WC-08-02 for more details.
 
WC-08-05Program modifications to the Therapeutic Activities Certificate reflecting practicum modifications in WC-08-02 WayneProgram changes2008, FallFinal Approval Granted
03/10/2008
 no02/19/2008
Proposal Summary:With the addition of new practicum options for the associate degree, the Certificate in Therapeutic Activities is being changed so that students can use either "Practicum in Therapeutic Activities" (the only field work option currently available) or "Practicum in Therapeutic Activities and Long-term Care" (a new option) to fulfill the field work requirement for the certificate. This new practicum, unlike the current one required for the certificate, can be used, as well, to fulfill the field work requirement for the Certificate in Gerontological Social Services and as one of the two practica required for the associate degree.
 
WC-08-07New option to Paraprofessional Education in Early Childhood WayneNew program2008, FallApproved for University review
05/16/2008
 no05/30/2008
Proposal Summary:Create a new Paraprofessional Education - Early Childhood option designed for individuals who want to serve children ages 3 to grade three.
 


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