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)