March 22, 2011

March 22, 2011

CURRICULUM COMMITTEE MEETING
South Administration Conference Room
March 22, 2011

MINUTES

(Feb. 15, 2011)

AGENDA

DAPHNE SELBERT

Update on Academic Council Actions and Concerns
GE Requirements (updated – requires vote)

DARL BINIAZ

INTS 3500: Ethics and Values
Course Deletion
Effective: Fall 2011

KAREN BAUER

BIOL 3360: Developmental Biology
Course Revision
Effective: Summer 2011

BIOL 3365: Developmental Biology Lab
Course deletion
Effective: Summer 2011

PETE VANVALKENBURG

Course Modifications on all of the following course descriptions:
(effective: Fall 2011)

CHEM 1010: Introduction to Chemistry
GEO 1010: Introduction to Geography
GEO 1020: Life of the Past
GEO 1040: Introduction to Dinosaurs
GEO 1080: Introduction to Oceanography
GEOG 1000: Physical Geography
GEOG 1020: Introduction to Weather
PHYS 1010: Introduction to Physics

Course Additions for all of the following (effective: Fall 2011):

GEO 1025: Life of the Past Laboratory
GEO 1045: Introduction to Dinosaurs Laboratory
GEO 1085: Introduction to Oceanography Laboratory
GEOG 1025: Introduction to Weather Laboratory

RANDY JASMINE

ENGL 4700: Senior Capstone
Course Revision
(number change from 4900, and to end 4900)
Effective: Fall 2011

ADDISON EVERETT

Course modifications to all of the following courses (effective: Fall 2011)
(course description changes on all):

ASL 1010, 1020, 2010: Beg Am. Sign Language I, II ; Interm Am. Sign Language I
CHIN 1010, 1020: Beg Mandarin Chinese I & II.
FREN 1010, 1020, 2010: Beg French I, II; Interm French I.
GERM 1010, 1020,l 2010: Beg German I, II; Interm German I.
JAPN 1010, 1020, 2010: Beg Japanese I, II; Interm Japanese I.
SPAN 1010, 1020, 2010: Beg Spanish I, II; Interm Spanish I.
ASL 2020: Interm Am Sign Language II;  FREN 2020: Interm French II; GERM 2020: Interm. German II; JAPN 2020: Interm Japanese II, SPAN 2020: Interm Spanish II

CJ 1300: Intro to Corrections (add prerequisite/description)
CJ 1330: Criminal Law (add prerequisite/description)
CJ 1340: Introduction to Police Investigation (add prerequisite/description)
CJ 1390: Police Field Operations (add prerequisite/description)
CJ: 3270: Criminology (prerequisite/description)
CJ: 3300: Research Methods in Criminology & Criminal Justice (prerequisite/description)
CJ 3320: Criminal Procedure (prerequisite/description change)
CJ 3400: Drugs & Crime (prerequisite/description change)
CJ 3810: Advamced Digital Forensics (prerequisite/description)
CJ 3900: Digital Forensics Tools (prerequisite/description)
CJ 4100: Social Control (prerequisite change/description)
CJ 4200: Ethical Issues in Criminal Justice (prerequisite change/description)
PSY 4860: Psychology Practicum (number change; end 4800).

CJ 4020: Urban Crime
Course Addition
Effective: Fall 2011

GLENN WEBB

Course modifications on all of the following (effective: Fall 2011)

MUSC 2140: Ear Training/Sight Singing IV (prerequisite/description)

Number changes in accordance with the Regent Policy R470-5 (moving courses number 4800+ to lower numbers), and to standardize titles of private lessons on all, and to end all old numbers in inventory:
MUSC 4610 (4810): Private Lesson IV Music Major: Vocal (number/title/ending 4810)
MUSC 4611 (4811): Private Lesson IV Music Major: Piano (number/title/ending 4811)
MUSC 4612 (4812): Private Lesson IV Music Major: Brass (number/title/ending 4812)
MUSC 4613 (4813): Private Lesson IV Music Major: Strings (number/title/ending 4813)
MUSC 4614 (4814): Private Lesson IV Music Major: Woodwinds (number/title/end 4814)
MUSC 4615 (4815): Private Lesson IV Music Major: Guitar (number/title/ ending 4815)
MUSC 4621 (4821): Private Lesson IV Music Major: Percussion (number/title/ending 4621)
MUSC 4661 (4861): Vocal Pedagogy (number/ending 4861)
MUSC 4662 (4862): Vocal Literature (number/ending 4862)
MUSC 4665 (4865): Piano Literature I (number/ending 4865)
MUSC 4666 (4866): Piano Literature II (number/ending 4866)

BRENT HANSON

Course modifications on all of the following (effective: Fall 2011)

ART 1120: 2-Dimensional Design (description; instruction type; contact hrs; workload)
ART 1130: 3-Dimensional Design (description; instruction type; contact hrs; workload)
ART 2270: Phenomenon of Color (implement already approved fee/increase the fee)
ART 4110: Expressive Drawing (repeatable for max 6 credits/description)
ART 4190: Advanced Sculpture (repeatable for max 6 credits/description)
ART 4210: Adv. Head & Figure Painting (repeatable for max 6 credits/description)
ART 4250: Landscape Painting (repeatable for max 6 credits/description)
ART 4410: Adv. Life Drawing (repeatable for max 6 credits/description)
ART 4570: Advanced Ceramics (repeatable for max 6 credits/description)

THEA 2203: Costume Construction(fee addition – $25)

RANDAL CHASE

Course modifications on all of the following (effective: Fall 2011)
COMM 1050: Intro to Communication Theory (receive SS GE status)
COMM 2010: Media and Society (receive SS GE status)
COMM 2110: Interpersonal Communication (receive SS GE status)
COMM 4950: Communication Internship (repeatable for max 6 credits/description).

COMM 3100: Effective Communication w/Educational Contexts
Course deletion.
Effective:  Fall 2011

ACTION ITEMS

Appeal of GLOCUP status for NURS 3300 (Carole Grady)
NURS 3300 Syllabus

Degree Requirements

Associate of Arts
Associate of Science
BS – Biology –
BS – Biology – Secondary Education
BS – COMM – Film Production
BS – COMM – Human Communication
BS – COMM – Mass Communication
BS – COMM – Organization/Leadership
BS – Dental Hygiene
BA – English – English Education
BS – English – English Education
BA – English – Literary Studies
BA – English – Professional & Technical Writing
BS – English – Professional & Technical Writing
BA – Integrated Studies
BS – Integrated Studies
BA/BS – Integrated Studies – Criminal Justice
BS – Mathematics
BS – Mathematics Education
BS – Music Education
BS – Nursing (BSN)
BA – Psychology
BS – Psychology
Certificate – Surgical Technology

STILL FORTHCOMING

Program Proposals

BS – Computer Science
BS/BA – Criminology & Criminal Justice (includes emphasis in Digital Forensics)