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Note: The reservation for room 213 has been cancelled.

We will now meet in our old room, UC 251. 

 

Working Agenda

Subcommittee on Curriculum

Thursday, March 14, 2019

3:30 PM Room 213 University Center

 

Members:Monika Brown (LETT to 2019), Tracy Cooper (SBS to 2019), Diana Lee, Secretary (LETT to 2020), Naomi Lifschitz-Grant (ARTS to 2019), J. Porter Lillis, Chair (SBS to 2020), Elizabeth Normandy (VC of AA Designee),  Rosemarie Pilarczyk (NSM to 2020),  Christina Reeves (Registrar), Mabel Rivera (EDUC to 2020) Deborah Hummer (NSM to 2019), Nathan Thomas (ARTS to 2020), Marian Wooten (EDUC to 2019), (SGA Secretary), (SGA Senator)

 

 

Proposal Details Available in Curriculog System:  https://uncp.curriculog.com/agenda:95/form

(note: all faculty and staff can log into Curriculog with a UNCP id & password)

 

1. Call to Order

2. Adoption of Agenda 

3. Approval of Minutes of February 7, 2019 (Appendix B: Minutes Pending Approval)

 

 

4.Proposal from the Department of Health and Human Performance

4.1 Program Proposal:Revise Health/Physical Education (K-12), B.S.

4.2 Program Proposal: Revise Teaching with Health/Physical Education Specialization, M.A.T.

 

5. Proposal from the Department of Educational Leadership and Specialties

5.1 Program Proposal: Revise Teaching with Special Education Specialization, M.A.T.

 

6. Proposal from the Department of Art

6.1 Program Proposal: Revise Teaching with Art Specialization, M.A.T.

 

7. Proposal from the Writing Intensive Committee

7.1 Program Proposal: Add HON 2000, GGY 3550, MUS 1210, and ENG 2090 the list of Writing Enriched Courses

7.2 Program Proposal:Add MAT 4750, MUS 3930, EED 4750 and SCE 4750 to the list of Writing in the Discipline Courses

 

8. Proposal from the Department of Nursing

8.1 Program Proposal: Revise Pre-Licensure BSN, B.S.N.

8.2 Program Proposal: Revise RN-BSN Completion, B.S.N.

 

9. Proposal from the Department of Interdisciplinary Studies

9.1 Program Proposal: Revise B.I.S. In Criminal Justice Studies to update wording

9.2Program Proposal: Revise Criminal Justice Studies, Applied Organization Management, B.I.S.

 

10. Proposal from the Department of Management, Marketing, and International Business

10.1 Course Proposal: Revise ENTR - 2100 - Growth and Sustainability

 

 

11. Proposal from the Department of Geology and Geography

11.1 Course Proposal: Create GGYL - 4040 - Remote Sensing Lab

11.2 Course Proposal: Revise GLY - 2620 - Environmental Geology

 

 

12. Proposal from the Department of Counseling

12.1 Program Proposal: CreateGraduate Certificate in Addiction Counseling

12.2 Course Proposal:Delete CNS 5880 – Diagnosis and Treatment in Addiction

12.3 Course Proposal: ReviseCNS - 5890 - Diagnosis, Treatment, and Psychopharmacology in Addiction

 

 

13. Proposal from the Department of English, Theatre, and Foreign Languages

13.1 Program Proposal: Revise Teaching with Middle Grades Language Arts Specialization, M.A.T.

13.2 Program Proposal: ReviseTeaching with English Education (9-12) Specialization, M.A.T.

13.3 Program Proposal: Revise English Education, Thesis Concentration, M.A.

13.4 Program Proposal: Revise English Education, Licensure Concentration, M.A.

13.5 Course Proposal: Delete ENG - 5030 - North Carolina Literature

13.6 Course Proposal: Delete ENG - 5100 - Rhetorical Grammar

13.7 Course Proposal: Delete ENG - 5200 - Issues in Contemporary American English

13.8 Course Proposal: Delete ENG - 5440 - Process Writing: Theory

13.9 Course Proposal: Delete ENG - 5450 - Process Writing: Practicum

13.10 Course Proposal: Delete ENG - 5600 - Americans in Paris

13.11 Course Proposal: Revise EED - 5810 - Internship in English Education

13.12 Course Proposal: Revise TESL - 5890 - Applied Pedagogy of Teaching English as a Second Language

13.13 Course Proposal: Delete SPE – 5230 – Spoken Communication

 

14. Proposal from the Department of Social Work

14.1 Program Proposal: Create School Social Work Licensure (Bachelor's Level)

14.2 Program Proposal: Create School Social Work Licensure (Master's Level)

14.3 Course Proposal: Revise SWK - 5080 - Advanced Practice in Rural Settings

14.4 Course Proposal: Revise SWK - 5100 - Social Work Research

14.5 Course Proposal: Revise SWK - 5430 - Advanced Practice with Individuals and Families

14.6 Course Proposal: Revise SWK - 5450 - Advanced Intervention Research

14.7 Course Proposal: Revise SWK - 5580 - Advanced Social Work Practice with Groups and Organizations in Rural Communities

14.8 Course Proposal: Revise SWK - 5750 - Advanced Assessment and Intervention

14.9 Course Proposal: Create SWK - 6060 - Crisis Intervention in Social Work

 

 

15. Proposal from the Department of Teacher Education

15.1 Program Proposal: Revise Teaching with Elementary Education Specialization, M.A.T.

15.2 Program Proposal: Create MAT Core: 9 Sem. Hrs.

15.3 Course Proposal: Create EDN - 2040 - Field Experience

15.4 Course Proposal: Revise EDN - 5040 - Basics Tenets of Education

15.5 Course Proposal: Revise EDN - 5120 - Advanced Studies of Exceptional Children

15.6 Course Proposal: Revise EDN - 5450 - Introduction to Curriculum Design and Best Practices

15.7 Course Proposal: Revise EDN - 5460 - Field Experience

 

16. Proposal from the Department of Political Science and Public Administration

16.1 Program Proposal: Revise Total: 120 Sem. Hrs.

16.2 Program Proposal: Revise Electives: 38 Sem. Hrs.

16.3 Program Proposal: Revise Requirements for a Master of Public Administration (M.P.A.)

16.4 Program Proposal: Revise Public Administration, Public Management, M.P.A.

16.5 Program Proposal: Revise Public Administration, Emergency Management, M.P.A.

16.6 Program Proposal: Revise Public Administration, Criminal Justice, M.P.A.

16.7 Program Proposal: Revise Political Science, Pre Law Option, B.A.

16.8 Course Proposal: Revise PAD - 5370 - Program Evaluation and Analysis

16.9 Course Proposal: Delete PAD - 5040 - Financial Resource Administration

 

17. Proposal from the Department of Economics and Decision Sciences

17.1 Program Proposal: Revise Quantitative Economics Minor

17.2 Course Proposal: Revise ECN2410 - Asian Economies 

17.3 Course Proposal: ReviseECN - 3090 - Economics of Sports

17.4 Course Proposal: Revise ECN - 3410 - U. S. Economic History

17.5 Course Proposal: Revise ECN - 3600 - Introduction to Econometrics

17.6 Course Proposal: ReviseECN - 3740 - Health Economics

17.7 Course Proposal: Revise ECN - 4080 - Development Economics 

 

18. Proposal from the Department of Biology

18.1 Program Proposal: Revise Required Biology Courses: 24 Sem. Hrs.

18.2 Program Proposal: Revise Environmental Science, B.S.

18.3 Program Proposal: Revise Science Education, Physics (9-12) Concentration, B.S.

18.4 Program Proposal: Revise Science Education, Chemistry (9-12) Concentration, B.S.

18.5 Program Proposal: Revise Science Education, Biology (9-12) Concentration, B.S.

18.6 Course Proposal: Create BIO - 1040 - Introduction to Animal Science

18.7 Course Proposal: Create BIO - 4010 - Agriculture Internship

18.8 Course Proposal: Revise BIO - 4320 - Conservation Biology

18.9 Course Proposal: Revise BIO - 4700 - Reading and Writing in the Natural Sciences wording

 

19. Proposal from the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science

19.1 Program Proposal: Revise Teaching with Mathematics Education (9-12) Specialization, M.A.T.

19.2 Program Proposal: Revise Teaching with Middle Grades Mathematics Specialization, M.A.T.

19.3 Program Proposal: Revise Mathematics, Middle Grades Mathematics Education Track (6-9), B.S.

19.4 Program Proposal: Revise Mathematics, Secondary Mathematics Education Track (9-12), B.S.

19.5 Course Proposal: Revise MATE - 5080 - Technology in Mathematics Education

19.6 Course Proposal: Revise MATH - 5060 - Statistics and Probability 

19.7Course Proposal: Revise MATH - 5210 - Analysis I 

19.8 Course Proposal: Revise MATH - 5220 - Analysis II 

19.9 Course Proposal: Delete MAT - 5020 - History of Mathematics

19.10 Course Proposal: Delete MAT - 5050 - Elements of Mathematics for the Middle Grades Teacher

19.11 Course Proposal: Delete MAT - 5070 - Discrete Mathematics for the Math Teacher

19.12 Course Proposal: Delete MAT - 5100 - Point Set Topology

19.13 Course Proposal: Delete MAT - 5120 - Advanced Topics in Linear Algebra

19.14 Course Proposal: Delete MAT - 5150 - Topics in Number Theory

19.15 Course Proposal: Delete MAT - 5230 - Real Analysis

19.16 Course Proposal: Delete MAT - 5260 - Special Topics in Abstract Algebra

19.17 Course Proposal: Delete MAT - 5320 - Advanced Calculus for the Mathematics Teacher

19.18 Course Proposal: Delete MAT - 5440 - Complex Analysis for the Mathematics Teacher

 

 

20. Proposal from the Department of Music

20.1 Program Proposal: Revise Musical Theatre, B.M.

20.2 Program Proposal: Revise Musical Theatre Minor

20.3 Program Proposal: Revise Music, Music Industry Emphasis--Jazz and Commercial Track, B.A.

20.4 Program Proposal: Revise Music, Music Industry Emphasis--Classical Track, B.A.

20.5 Course Proposal: Create MUSP - 3881 - Private Audio Production

20.6 Course Proposal: Revise MUS - 2430 - Musical Theatre Styles I

20.7 Course Proposal: Revise MUS - 2440 - Musical Theatre Styles II

20.8 Course Proposal: ReviseMUS - 3430 - Musical Theatre Styles III

20.9 Course Proposal: Revise MUS - 3440 - Musical Theatre Styles IV

 

 

 

 

21. Old Business:

22. New Business

23. Announcements

24. Adjournment

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Appendix A: Curriculum Development and Revision Process

 

 

The University of North Carolina at Pembroke has a clearly defined process for the development of curriculum, including degree programs, tracks, concentrations, minors, and individual courses:

 

The UNC Board of Governors must approve proposals for new degree programs. These proposals must be prepared according to specified guidelines of the UNC Academic Program Development Procedures.

 

All graduate programs must be submitted to the UNC Graduate Council for review and approval and to the UNC Board of Governors for approval.

 

Curriculum development and revisions proposals are initiated by the faculty of the academic departments by completing one of three standardized curriculum forms: Course Proposal Forms, General Education Course Proposal Forms, and Program Proposal Forms.

 

Curriculum proposals are reviewed by the department and signed by the Department Chair.

 

In the case of proposals affecting other departments, including the cross-listing of courses, the proposal form should be submitted by the originating department. The votes of affected departments are recorded, and the Chairs of affected departments also review and sign the proposal. If the cross-listed course affects a program in the affected department, the affected department must submit a program proposal documenting the change to the program. Crosslisted course numbers must be approved by the Registrar's office.

 

If the development or change affects Teacher Education, the Teacher Education Committee reviews the proposal and the Chair of that Committee signs it. Graduate curriculum proposals and new graduate programs must first be approved by the Graduate Council before being submitted to the Curriculum Subcommittee. Graduate Teacher Education proposals should be submitted to the Teacher Education Committee before being submitted to the Graduate Council.

 

The Registrar, the appropriate Dean, and the Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs must also sign the proposal.

 

Proposals involving any aspect of the General Education Program are submitted to the Curriculum Subcommittee before being submitted to the General Education Subcommittee. The only exceptions are proposals involving existing courses with no modifications seeking inclusion in the General Education Program.

 

All other proposals are submitted only to the Curriculum Subcommittee.

 

Proposals involving the creation of new courses, revisions to existing courses or course deletions are submitted on Course Proposal Forms.

 

Proposals involving new courses must attach sample syllabi to the electronic submittion only. (A hard copy of the syllabus is not required with the signed form.) New course numbers must be approved by the Registrar's office.

 

In instances where an identical change is made to multiple courses, (i.e., deleting or adding prerequisites or changing credit hours for courses), one form may be used for multiple proposals. Otherwise, each course proposal requires a separate form.

 

Proposals involving one or more changes to degree programs, tracks, concentrations or minors, etc., are submitted on the Program Proposal Form. Program proposals involving changes to the catalog must attach a revised catalog description to the electronic submission. A hard copy of the revised catalog description must be attached to the signed form.

 

Electronic forms are due to the Chair of Curriculum 10 days (two Mondays) prior to the Curriculum meeting, which usually meets on the first Thursday of every month. (The Curriculum Committee does not meet in January and at times adjusts the March meeting date, depending on the spring break schedule.)

 

Signed hard copies are due to the Chair of Curriculum on the Monday before the Curriculum meeting. It is the responsibility of the proposing department to ensure that all signatures are acquired prior to delivering hard copies to the Chair of Curriculum.

 

A representative from the department submitting the proposals must be present at Curriculum Subcommittee meetings to address any questions or provisions that may arise. The proposal is reviewed and a vote is taken. If the proposal passes, the Chair of the Subcommittee on Curriculum forwards the curriculum matters to the appropriate office or committee.

 

The Curriculum Subcommittee is responsible for sending to the Academic Affairs Committee all information pertaining to each individual course that is necessary for the Banner System. The Curriculum Subcommittee shall make recommendations to the Academic Affairs Committee on their adoption, and proposals shall move forward based upon the following policies:

  1. The Subcommittee on Curriculum will treat as minor, and send to the Registrar without Academic Affairs Committee and Senate approval, the following types of proposals: course and program modifications involving changes to prerequisites, course descriptions, course titles, and course deletions; the addition or substitution of one or two electives to a program; and program modifications mandated by changes previously approved by Senate. These will be considered minor changes and forwarded to the Chair of the Academic Affairs Committee for his/her signature, unless the Subcommittee on Curriculum has a compelling reason to forward said revisions to the Academic Affairs Committee.
  2. Approved program modifications involving the addition or deletion of tracks, required courses, or more than two elective options at a time will proceed to the Academic Affairs Committee.
  3. All program modifications described in B, once approved by the Academic Affairs Committee, proceed to the Senate.
  4. All new program proposals (including new degrees, academic majors, concentrations, minors, and certificates), deletions of above programs, new General Education course proposals, and General Education course deletions require Faculty Senate approval.
  5. Individual new courses not part of General Education program require approval by the Academic Affairs Committee but not the Faculty Senate.
  6. All curriculum items not requiring Academic Affairs Committee approval will be reported to the Academic Affairs Committee by the chair of the Subcommittee on Curriculum. All curriculum items not requiring Faculty Senate approval will be reported to the Senate by the chair of the Academic Affairs Committee.

 

A representative of the department whose proposal is being considered must be present at all committee meetings beyond the Curriculum Subcommittee level as necessary to address questions and concerns regarding their proposal.

 

This multilevel approval process is used to assess the curriculum and the process for curriculum development and revision. In addition, the curriculum and the process are evaluated as part of the institutional assessment made by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges. Curricula of the various departments and the process used to develop curriculum are assessed by those agencies who accredit particular programs, e.g., at UNC Pembroke, the National Council for Assessment of Teacher Education, the State Department of Public Instruction, the National Association of Schools of Music, and the Council on Social Work Education.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Appendix B

 

Minutes Pending Approval

Subcommittee on Curriculum

Thursday, February 7, 2019

3:30 PM Room 213 University Center

 

Members Present:Monika Brown (LETT to 2019), Tracy Cooper (SBS to 2019), Diana Lee, Secretary (LETT to 2020), Naomi Lifschitz-Grant (ARTS to 2019), J. Porter Lillis, Chair (SBS to 2020), Elizabeth Normandy (VC of AA Designee),  Rosemarie Pilarczyk (NSM to 2020),  Okuye Whittington (Registrar’s Office), Mabel Rivera (EDUC to 2020), Nathan Thomas (ARTS to 2020), Marian Wooten (EDUC to 2019), (SGA Secretary), (SGA Senator)

 

Members Absent:Roland Stout (NSM to 2019) (see below announcement)

 

Guests: Lydia Gan (Business), Rebecca Gonzalez-Ehnes (Business), Matthew Hassett (Sociology and Criminal Justice), Roger Ladd (ETFL), Cindy Locklear (Social Work), Darlene Natale (Mass Communication), John Parnell (Business), Aaron Vandermeer (Music), Christopher Ziemnowicz (Business)

 

Proposal Details Available in Curriculog System:  https://uncp.curriculog.com/agenda:88/form

(note: all faculty and staff can log into Curriculog with a UNCP id & password)

 

1. Call to Order 3:30pm

2. Adoption of Agenda: move 9.13 up to before other points in section 9 

3. Approval of Minutes of December 6, 2018 (Appendix B: Minutes Pending Approval) approved

 

4. Proposal from the Department of Art

4.1 Program Proposal: Revise credit hours for Art Academic Concentration

4.2 Program Proposal: Revise credit hours for Art, Art Education Licensure (K-12) Track, B.A.

 

Naomi Lifschitz-Grant presented briefly.

Passed 10-0-0.

Will be reported to Academic Affairs Committee on February 20; no representative needs to be there.

 

5. Proposal from the Department of Mass Communication

5.1 Course Proposal: Create BRD 3200 On-Camera Performance

 

Darlene Natale presented briefly.

Passed 10-0-0.

Will go to Academic Affairs on February 20; someone will need to be there to represent department.

 

6. Proposal from the Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice

6.1 Course Proposal: Create CRJ 3020 Wrongful Convictions and Miscarriages of Justice

6.2 Course Proposal: Create CRJ 4020 Sex Crimes

 

Matthew Hassett presented briefly. 

Passed 10-0-0.

Will go to Academic Affairs on February 20; someone will need to be there to represent department.

 

7. Proposal from the Department of History

7.1 Course Proposal:Revise vertical alignment in course numbers and course catalog description for SSE 4100 Principles of Teaching Social Studies

 

Tabled: no one was here to represent department.

 

8. Proposal from the School of Business, Department of Accounting and Finance

8.1 Course Proposal: Revise title of ACC 2270 “Financial Accounting” to “Fundamentals of Financial Accounting and Reporting” 

8.2Course Proposal: Revise title of ACC 2280 “Managerial Accounting” to “Accounting Tools for Managerial Decisions”

8.3Course Proposal: Revise title of ACC 3210 “Intermediate Accounting I” to “Financial Reporting & Analysis I”

8.4Course Proposal: Revise title of ACC 3220 “Intermediate Accounting II” to “Financial Reporting & Analysis II”

8.5Course Proposal: Revise title of ACC 3310 “Cost Accounting” to “Cost Analysis and the Decision Making Process”

8.6Course Proposal: Revise title of ACC 4130 “Accounting Information Systems” to “Accounting Information Systems and Data Analysis”

8.7Course Proposal: Revise title of ACC 4170 “Income Tax I” to “Tax Planning for Individuals and Related Ethical Issues”

8.8Course Proposal: Revise title of ACC 4180 “Income Tax II” to “Tax Planning for Business Entities and Related Ethical Issues”

8.9Course Proposal: Revise title of ACC 4210 “Advanced Accounting” to “Reporting & Analysis of Complex Business Entities and Transactions” 

8.10Course Proposal: Revise title of ACC 4580 “Auditing” to “Auditing Financial Statements with a Forensic Mindset”

8.11Course Proposal: Revise title of BLAW 2150 “Business Law and Ethics” to “Legal and Ethical Issues in the Business Environment”

8.12Course Proposal: Revise title of BLAW 3180 "Commercial Law" to “Ethical Standards and Commercial Regulations and Their Impact on Business”

8.13 Course Proposal: Revise prerequisites for FIN 3100 Business Finance

8.14 Course Proposal:Create ACC 4220 Financial Reporting for Complex Business Entities, Governments, and Not-for-Profit Entities

8.15 Course Proposal: Create ACC 4660 Forensic Accounting and Fraud Examination

8.16 Program Proposal:Revise Accounting, BS

 

Rebecca Gonzalez presented on all points.

8.1-8.12 

Passed 10-0-0.

8.13: 

Passed 10-0-0. Will go to Academic Affairs on February 20 and Faculty Senate on March 13; someone will need to be there to represent department.

8.14, 8.15

Passed. 10-0-0

Will go to Academic Affairs on February 20; someone will need to be there to represent department.

8.16

Passed 10-0-0

Will go to Academic Affairs on February 20 and Faculty Senate on March 13; someone will need to be there to represent department.

 

9. Proposal from the School of Business, Department of Management, Marketing, and    

    International Business and Department of Economics and Decisions Sciences

9.1 Course Proposal: Create BUS 3020 International Business

9.2 Course Proposal: Create BUS 4020 Senior Seminar in Business

9.3 Course Proposal:Revise MGT 3150 International Management

9.4 Course Proposal:Revise MGT 4410 Operations Management

9.5 Course Proposal:Revise MKT 3130 International Marketing

9.6 Course Proposal:Revise MKT 4500 Marketing Research

9.7 Program Revision Proposal: Revise Business Administration, Economics Track, B.S

9.8 Program Revision Proposal: Revise Business Administration, Entrepreneurship Track, B.S

9.9 Program Revision Proposal: Revise Business Administration, Finance Track, B.S

9.10 Program Revision Proposal: Revise Business Administration, Management Track, B.S

9.11 Program Revision Proposal: Revise Business Administration, Marketing Track, B.S

9.12 Program Proposal:Delete Business Electives (3000 or 4000 level): 6 Sem. Hrs.

9.13 Program Proposal:Revise requirements for BSBA Common Body of Knowledge: 45 Sem. Hrs.

9.14 Program Proposal: Revise requirements for Major-Specific General Education Requirements

 

John Parnell presented on all points.

9.13 

Passed 10-0-0. Will go to Academic Affairs on February 20 and Faculty Senate on March 13; someone will need to be there to represent department.

9.1, 9.2 
Passed 10-0-0. Will go to Academic Affairs on February 20; someone will need to be there to represent department.

9.3-9.6 

Passed 10-0-0. Will be reported to Academic Affairs Committee on February 20; no representative needs to be there.

9.7-9.11

Passed 10-0-0. Will go to Academic Affairs on February 20 and Faculty Senate on March 13; someone will need to be there to represent department.

9.12

Passed. 10-0-0. Will go to Academic Affairs on February 20 and Faculty Senate on March 13; someone will need to be there to represent department.

9.14

Passed. 10-0-0. Will go to Academic Affairs on February 20 and Faculty Senate on March 13; someone will need to be there to represent department.

 

 

10. Proposal from the Department of English, Theatre, and Foreign Languages

10.1 Course Proposal: Create EED 5010 The Teaching of English, Methods and Materials 6-12

10.2 Course Proposal: Create ENG 5010 Critical Approaches to Children's Literature

10.3 Course Proposal: Create ENG 5310 Medieval and Early Modern Drama

10.4 Course Proposal: Create ENG 5320 Rhetorical Analysis

10.5 Course Proposal: Create ENG 5330 Working Class Literature

10.6 Course Proposal: Create ENG 5340 Victorian Literature

10.7 Course Proposal: Create ENG 5370 Study Abroad

10.8 Program Proposal: Revise English Academic Concentration

 

Roger Ladd presented on all points. There was a problem with the routing in Curriculog so these items had not been through the Graduate Council. Subcommittee agreed to vote on items to send onto to Graduate Council (February 18); if Graduate Council agrees then items will be sent directly to Academic Affarirs (February 20).

 

10.1-10.7

Passed 9-0-0. Goes to Graduate Council on February 18. Will go to Academic Affairs on February 20; someone will need to be there to represent department.

10.8 

Passed 9-0-0. Goes to Graduate Council on February 18. Will go to Academic Affairs on February 20 and Faculty Senate on March 13; someone will need to be there to represent department.

 

 

11. Proposal from the Department of Music

11.1 Program Proposal: Revise Jazz Studies Minor for Music Majors 

11.2 Program Proposal: Revise Jazz Studies Minor for Non-Music Majors

11.3 Program Proposal: Revise Music Education (K-12), Instrumental Emphasis, B.M

11.4 Program Proposal: Revise Music Education (K-12), Keyboard Emphasis (Instrumental Orientation), B.M.

11.5 Program Proposal: Revise Music Education (K-12), Keyboard Emphasis (Vocal Orientation), B.M.

11.6 Program Proposal: Revise Music Education (K-12), Vocal Emphasis, B.M.

11.7 Program Proposal: Revise Music, B.A.

11.9 Course Proposal:Create MUS 1210 Global Music

11.10 Course Proposal:Create MUS 4130 Jazz Pedagogy

11.11 Course Proposal:Revise grading and assessment for MUS 1810 Class Piano I for Music Majors

11.12 Course Proposal:Revise grading and assessment for MUS 1820 Class Piano II for Music Majors

11.13 Course Proposal:Revise MUS 3330 Rehearsal Lab

11.14 Course Proposal:Revise MUS 3930 The World of Music: Classical to the Contemporary Era

 

Nathan Thomas and Aaron Vandermeer presented on all points.

11.9-11.10

Passed 9-0-0. Will go to Academic Affairs on February 20; someone will need to be there to represent department.

11.11-11.14

Passed 9-0-0. Will be reported to Academic Affairs Committee on February 20; no representative needs to be there.

11.1-11.2

Passed 9-0-0. Will go to Academic Affairs on February 20 and Faculty Senate on March 13; someone will need to be there to represent department.

11.3-11.6

Passed 9-0-0. Will go to Academic Affairs on February 20 and Faculty Senate on March 13; someone will need to be there to represent department.

11.7

Passed 9-0-0. Will go to Academic Affairs on February 20 and Faculty Senate on March 13; someone will need to be there to represent department.

12. Proposal from the Department of Social Work

12.1 Course Proposal: Revise prerequisites and language for SWK 3750 Social Work Practice with Latinx Populations

12.2 Course Proposal: Revise prerequisites and language for SWK 3890 Social Work Practice with LGBTQ Populations

12.3 Course Proposal: Create SWK 4490 Social Work Practice with Justice-Involved Populations

12.4 Course Proposal: Delete SWK 5000 Micro Human Behavior and the Social Environment

12.5 Course Proposal: Delete SWK 5130 Advanced Standing Bridge Course-Research Module

12.6 Course Proposal: Delete SWK 5150 Macro Human Behavior and the Social Environment

12.7 Course Proposal: Delete SWK 5330 Advanced Standing Bridge Course I

12.8 Course Proposal: Delete SWK 5340 Advanced Standing Bridge Course II

12.9 Course Proposal: Delete SWK 5600 Advanced Clinical Assessment and Intervention Methods

 

Cindy Locklear presented briefly. 

12.1-12.2

Passed 9-0-0. Will be reported to Academic Affairs Committee on February 20; no representative needs to be there.

12.3

Passed 9-0-0. Will go to Academic Affairs on February 20; someone will need to be there to represent department.

12.4-12.9

Passed 9-0-0. Will be reported to Academic Affairs Committee on February 20; no representative needs to be there.

 

 

13. Proposal from Department of Teacher Education

13.1 Course Proposal: Revise EDN 5040 Basic Tenets of Education

13.2 Course Proposal: Revise EDN 5120 Advanced Studies of Exceptional Children

13.3 Course Proposal: Revise EDN 5450 Introduction to Curriculum Design and Best Practices

13.4 Program Proposal: Create MAT Core: 9. Sem. Hrs.

 

13.1-13.4: items tabled.

 

15. Old Business

16. New Business: All committee members should send their CV to Liz Normandy so she can use it for accreditation purposes.

17. Announcements: Roland Stout has resigned due to scheduling conflict; Deborah Hummer (School of Nursing will take over to fill his term until the end of academic year 2019) 

18. Adjournment 4:30pm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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17.10.04 Faculty Senate Meeting

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17.11.01 Faculty Senate Meeting

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17.12.06 Faculty Senate Meeting

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18.03.14 Faculty Senate Meeting

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18.04.04 Faculty Senate Meeting

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Academic Affairs 4.17.19

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Computer Science- New Course Proposal - Digital Forensics

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Please check the proposal.

Please send your comments or suggestions (if any), and cast your vote before March 15th.

Thank you.

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