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Annual Report to the Academic Senate

From: The Committee on Undergraduate Programs

2011
-
2012

Preliminary Final Report (04/17/12
)

Members:
Antony Aumann
,
Krista Clumpner
,
Travis Crowe [ASNMU fall only],
James Drosen,

Robert Engelhart,

Tara Foster
,
Chris
Hoffman

[ASNMU fall only]
,
Christopher Kirk,
Elizabeth Monske

(chair)
,
Lesley Putnam,
Kim R
otundo
,

Deanna Trella

The committee met
12

times during the year, for approximately

two hours each time
during 10
sessions, 4 hours for 1 session, and 3 hours for 1
session, resulting in

7

reports to the
Academic Senate ranging in size from 2 to 91 pages.

The following is an overview o
f the proposals approved by CUP

(A detailed list o
f proposals
follows this summary
)
.



New Courses:
35

new courses were approved.



Course Revisio
ns: CUP approved revisions to 104

courses. These included changes in
course titles, course numbers, course prerequisites, number of credits for a course, and credit
hour distribution.



Course Deletions: 22

course deletions were approved.



New

Programs: 1 new minor was

approved.



Program Revis
ions: CUP approved revisions to 14 majors, 18

mi
nors,

3
associate degree
program
s, and 2 certificates
.



P
rogram Deletions: 2 majors, 4

minor
s, and 1 concentration
.



Policy changes: 5

policy changes were approved by CUP.



Notification of Suspended Programs: 2 majors, 1 minor, and 1 certificate



Other changes: 1 department name change.


The following proposals have not be
en acted on by the

Provost:
Political Science.

All other proposals

were subsequently approved by the Academic Senate and the Provost and
VPAA.


Unfinished business that will be carried into the fall includes
a proposal for Sociology and Social
Work requesting a department name change to Sociology, Social Work, and
Anthro
pology.


Respectfully submitted,



Elizabeth A. Monske
, Chair



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NEW COURSES


College of Arts and Science

BC 200

Introduction to Multimedia Journalism (4 cr.)

BC 300

Advanced Multimedia Journalism (4 cr.)

BI 466

Stream Ecology 4 cr.

EN 327

Opinion Writing (4 cr.)

GR 301

Advanced German I (4 cr.)

GR 302

Advanced German II (4 cr.)

NAS 240 Sacred Ground: Native Peoples, Mother Earth and Popular Culture 4 cr.

RUS 101

Elementary Russian I (4 cr.)

SN 301

Advanced Spanish I (4 cr.)

SN 302

Advanced Spanish II (4 cr.)

SN 315 Introduction to Literary Study in Spanish (4 cr.)

SN

435

Latin American Women Writers (4 cr.)

SN 372

Spanish for Criminal Justice (2 cr.)

TH

246 Entertainment Arts Design Studio 4cr.

TH

247 Performance Studio 4cr.

TH

248

Ensemble Performance and Production 2 cr.

TH

331 Entertainment Technology II 4cr.

TH

362 World Theatre 4 cr.

TH

480 Theatre and Entertainment Arts Capstone 1 cr.


College of Business

None


College of Professional Studies

AN 383: Medical Anthropology:
Pluralistic Systems of Health Culture (4 cr.)

CN 153 Introduction to Construction Design (3 cr.)

CN 369 Construction Economics and Standard Practices (3 cr.)

CN 372 Advanced Design and Conventions (3 cr.)

CN 445 Property Development (3 cr.)

CN 455
Construction Safety (3 cr.)

PE 201 A: Ballet
--
Beginning (1 cr.)

PE 205 A: Folk Dance as a Cultural Experience (1 cr.)

PE 206A: Modern Dance (1 cr.)

PE 201 B: Ballet

Intermediate (1 cr.)

PE 206 B: Modern Dance

Intermediate (1 cr.)

PY 309: Psychopharmacology

(4 cr.)

RE 278: Intermediate Wildland Fire Behavior (2 cr.)

RE377: Field Experience in Wildland Firefighting (2 cr.)

RSP 384 Respiratory Care Clinical Experience IV (5 cr.)

SO 382: Health, Society, and Culture (4 cr.)




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COURSE REVISIONS


College of Arts
and Science

AD 222
Ceramics

(4 cr.)
:

Change Prerequisite

BI 465

Aquatic Insect Ecology

(4 cr.):
Revise bulletin description

CS 446

Computer Graphics

(4 cr.): Change Prerequisites

EN 307

Journalism Practicum
(2

cr.):

Rename and renumber to EN 480:
Practicum

(2

cr.)

ENV 101

Introduction to Environmental Science

(4 cr.): Revise course description

FR 361
Survey of French Literature from the Medieval Period to the 17
th

Century

(4 cr.):
Revise course description

FR 362

Survey of French Literature of th
e 18
th

and 19
th

Centuries

(4 cr.): Revise course
description

FR 363

Survey of French Literature of the 20
th

Century

(4 cr.): Revise course description and
rename to
Survey of French Literature Since 1900

(4 cr.)

FR 426

18
th

Century French Literature

(4 cr.
): Revise course description

FR 428

20
th

Century French Novel

(4 cr.): Revise course description

GC 100

Physical Geography

(4 cr.)
: Revise course description

GC 105

World Regional Geography

(4 cr.)
: Revise course description

GC 164

Human Geography

(4 cr.)
: Revise course description

GC 200

North America

(4 cr.)
: Revise course description

GC 202

Soils

(4 cr.)
: Revise course description

GC 205

Introduction to Geographic Research

(4 cr.)
: Revise course description

GC 210

Earth Hazards

(4 cr.)
: Revise course de
scription

GC 220

Economic Geography

(4 cr.)
: Revise course description

GC 225

Introduction to Maps

(2 cr.)
: Revise course description

GC 235

Quantitative Methods

(4 cr.)
: Revise course description

GC 255

Physical Geology

(4 cr.)
: Revise course description

GC 260

Minerals and Rocks

(4 cr.)
: Revise course description

GC
269

Introduction to Sustainability

(4 cr.)
: Revise course description

GC 295

Special Topics in Geography

(2
-
4 cr.)
: Revise course description

GC 300

Regional Studies: World Cultures

(4 cr.)
:
Revise course description

GC 305

Regional Studies

(4 cr.)
: Revise course description

GC 320

Environmental Policy and Regulation

(4 cr.)
: Revise course description

GC 330

Planning Theory and Practice

(2 cr.)
: Revise course description

GC 335 Geographic
Information Systems

(4 cr.)
: Revise course description

GC 340

Land Use Controls

(2 cr.)
: Revise course description

GC 350

Methods and Materials in Teaching Social Studies Education

(4 cr.)
: Revise course
description

GC 360

Population Geography

(4 cr.)
: Rev
ise course description

GC 370

Geomorphology

(4 cr.)
: Revise course description

GC 385

Weather and Climate

(4 cr.)
: Revise course description

GC 401

Biogeography

(4 cr.)
: Revise course description

GC 425

Remote Sensing

(4 cr.)
: Revise course description

GC
435

Geography of Michigan

(4 cr.)
: Revise course description

GC 470

Environmental Ethics

(4 cr.)
: Revise course description

GC 475

Environmental Impact Assessment

(4 cr.)
: Revise course description

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GC 485

Planning Practicum

(4 cr.)
: Revise course descripti
on

GC 489

Human Impact Upon the Environment

(4 cr.)
: Revise course description

GC 490

Seminar

(2
-
4 cr.)
: Revise course description

GC 491

Internship

(2
-
6 cr.)
: Revise course description

GC 492

Research in Water Science

(2 cr.)
: Revise course description

GC

495

Special Topics in Geography

(2
-
4 cr.)
: Revise course description

GC 498

Directed Studies in Geography

(1
-
4 cr.)
: Revise course description

GR 312

Contemporary German
-
Speaking Cultures

(4 cr.): Change prerequisites

GR 320

Great Works in German Literatu
re

(4 cr.): Change prerequisites

GR 415

German for Business

(4 cr.): Change prerequisites

GR 495

Special Topics in German

(1
-
4 cr.)
:

Change prerequisites

MA 104

College Algebra With Applications In The Sciences And Technologies

(4 cr.)
:

Change Bulletin Description

SN 310

Introduction to Spanish Civilization and Culture

(4 cr.): Change prerequisites

SN 312 Introduction to Spanish America

(4 cr.): Change prerequisites

SN 371

Spanish for Health Care

(1 cr.): Increase credit hours from 1 to
2

SN 425

Masterpieces of the Golden Age of Spanish Literature

(4 cr.)
: Change course
description


SN 428

20
th

Century Literature of Spain

(4 cr.):
Change course description

SN 429

20
th

Century Literature of Spanish America

(4 cr.):
Change course
description


SN 495

Special Topics in Spanish

(1
-
4 cr.): Change prerequisites

TH130

Introduction to Theatre

(4 cr.): Rename to TH130
Theatre Experience

4cr.

TH131

Stagecraft

(4cr.): Rename to TH131
Entertainment Technology I

4cr.

TH132

Acting I
(4cr.): Re
name


to TH132
Acting

4cr.

TH141

Methods of Design Presentation

(4cr.): Rename to TH141
Fundamentals of
Entertainment Arts Design

and revise course description

TH234

Stage Makeup

(3cr.): Rename to TH234
Makeup Studio

and reduce credit hours from
3 to 2 cr.

TH295

Special Topics in Theatre
(
1
-
4 cr.): Rename to TH295
Special Topics in Theatre and
Entertainment Arts

1
-
4 cr.

TH432

Audition
(1cr.): Rename to TH 432
Theatre and Entertainment Careers

1cr.

TH456

Theatre Management

(4 cr.): Rename to TH456
Entertainment Arts Management

and
revise course description

TH491

Practicum in Theatre

(1
-
2 cr.): Rename to TH491
Practicum in Theatre and
Entertainment Arts
and reduce credit h
ours from 1
-
2 to 1 cr

TH492

Internship in Theatre

(1
-
8 cr.): Rename to TH492
In
ternship in Theatre and
Entertainment Arts

1
-
8 cr.

TH495

Special Topics in Theatre

(2
-
4 cr.): Rename to TH495
Special Topics in Theatre and
Entertainment Art
s 2
-
4 cr.

TH498

Independent Study in Theatre

(1
-
8 cr.): Rename
to TH498
Independent Study in
Theatr
e and Entertainment Arts

1
-
8 cr.


College of Business

CIS 220: Network Concepts
(2 cr.): Rename and renumber to
CIS 226: Introduction to Networks
and Security,
Increase Credit Hours from 2 to 4

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CIS 250: Systems Analysis and Design
(4 cr.): Remove CIS 155 a
nd CIS 220 as Prerequisites,
add
CIS 100: Computer Concepts

as a Prerequisite

CIS 334: Microsoft Network Operating Systems II
(4 cr.): Rename and renumber to
CIS 336:
Network Operating Systems


College of Professional Studies

AN 101: Introduction to
Physical Anthropology and Archaeology

(4 cr.): Revise Course
Description

CN 154

Construction Surveying and Layout
:
Renumber to CN 254

CN 156 Construction Systems and Methods
: Revise prerequisites

CN 158 Concrete
: Revise prerequisites

CN251

Field Operations

(2 cr.): Change p
rerequisites
and change number of credit h
ours from 2
to 3

(Cr.)

CN 252 Codes and Inspection
: Revise prerequisites

CN 278

Mechanical Systems

(3 cr.):
Rename the course to CN 278:
Mechanical, Electrical, and
Plumbing Systems
, change number

of credit h
ours from 3 to 4
,
c
hange the p
rerequisites
,
c
hange
the course description

CN 283

Construction Estimating
: Revise prerequisites

CN 353 Soils and Foundation
: Revise prerequisites

CN 357 Legal Aspects of Construction
: Revise prerequisites

CN 358 B
idding Strategies
: Revise prerequisites

CN 450 Project Control
: Revise prerequisites

CN 459 Construction Management
: Revise prerequisites

HL 242

Emergency Health Care

(2 cr.)
: Change Bulletin Description

IM 110

Industrial Management and Fabrication

(2 cr.): Change course description and change
number of credits from 2 to 3 cr.

IM 215

Advanced Mechanical Power Transmission Systems
(2 cr.): Change Course Description
and change number of credits from 2 to 3

RSP 371

Common Acute Pulmonary Problems
: Cha
nge prerequisites

RSP 372

Airway Care

(4

cr.): Add prerequisite RSP 374

and decrease course credits from 4 to 3
cr.

RSP 373

Positive Pressure Therapy
:

Change prerequisites

RSP 374

Respiratory Care Clinical Experience II
:

Change prerequisites

RSP 375

Mechanical Ventilation I
: Change prerequisites

RSP 376

Mechanical Ventilation II

Change prerequisites

RSP 377

Name

(7 cr.): Revise Bulletin Description and decrease course credits from 7 to 2 cr.

RSP 378

Issues in Respiratory Care

Change prerequisites

RSP

379

Special Population Assessments and Management
:

Change prerequisites


SL 160

Anatomy of the Speech and Hearing Mechanism

(4 cr.): Revise Course Description

SL 220

Speech and Voice Science

(4 cr.): Revise Course Description

SL 351

Introduction to Audiology
(4 cr.): Revise Course Description

SL 357

Fluency Disorders

(4 cr.): Revise Course Description

SO 473 Juvenile Delinquency
(4 cr.): Change course number of
SO 473: Juvenile Delinquency

to
SO 373

Juvenile Delinquency
, revise cours
e description


WT 161:

Wood Processes

(? Cr.): C
hang
e prefix, renumber, and n
ame to CN110:
Construction
Processes

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COURSE DELETIONS


College of Arts and Science

BC 365 Broadcast News Writing and Reporting 4 cr.

CIS 230

Novell Network Operating Systems I (2 cr.)

CIS 234

Microsoft Network Operating Systems I (2 cr.)

CIS 330

Novel Network Operating Systems II (2 cr.)

CIS 416

Advanced Systems Development Project (1
-
3 cr.)

CIS 490

Seminar on Information Systems and Informati
on Technology (2
-
4 cr.)

GR 300
Reading and Writing (4 cr.)

GR 305

Conversation (4 cr.)

GR 400

Advanced German Composition and Grammar (4 cr.)

HS 300
Ancient Egypt

(4 cr.)

SN 300

Reading and Writing

(4 cr.)

SN 305

Conversation

(4 cr.)

SN 400

Advanced Spanis
h Composition and Grammar (4 cr.)

TH

232 Stage Costume 3 cr.

TH

241 Scenic Design 3 cr.

TH

245 Voice & Diction 4 cr.

TH

330 Intermediate Acting 4cr.

TH

340 Stage Lighting 3 cr.

TH

435 Advanced Acting 4 cr.

TH

454 Acting; Shakespeare 4 cr.

TH

458 Theory of
Drama 4 cr.


College of Business

None


College of Professional Studies

CN 151

Introduction to Construction


SO 251

Sport in American Society (2 cr.)

SO 3
32

Study of Population (4 cr.)


NEW PROGRAMS


College of Arts and Science

None


College of Business

None


College of Professional Studies

Dance Minor: a) Require 12 Credits, HP 201A:
Ballet

Beginning

(1 cr.), HP 205A:
Folk Dance



(1 cr.), HP 206A:
Modern Dance

Beginning

(1 cr.), HP 201B:
Ballet

Intermediate

(1


cr.) or HP 206B:
Modern Dance

Intermediat
e

(1 cr.), PE 201 A:
Ballet
--
Beginning
(1

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cr.), PE 205 A:
Folk Dance as a Cultural Experience

(1 cr.), PE 206A:
Modern Dance

(1


cr.), PE 201 B:
Ballet

Intermediate

(1 cr.) or PE 206 B:
Modern Dance

Intermediate



(1 cr.), PE 381:
History of Dance

(2 cr.), PE 383:
Theory of Dance

(2 cr.), Offer “Choose


From:” List for 8 Credits



PROGRAM REVISIONS


College of Arts and Science


Earth Science Minor: a) Move
GC 365: Historical Geology

from Required to Electives; b)



Move
AS 103: Observational and
Solar System Astronomy [III]

from Elective to



Required; c) Add “Electives 4 cr. Choose from the following:”; d) Add
GC 210:



Earth Hazards [III]

(4 cr.) to Electives

Electronic Journalism Major: a) Rename Major from
Electronic Journalism

to
Multimedia


Journalism
; b) Reduce total credits from 40 to 32; c) Eliminate Course BC 365:


Broadcast News Writing and Reporting; d) Delete Required Courses from the Major, SP


110: Interpersonal Communication (4 cr.), EN 206: Survey of Journalism (4 cr.), BC 265:


Writing and Announcing for Broadcast (4 cr.), BC 272: Television Production (4 cr.). BC


471: Mass Communication and Society (4 cr.); e) Delete Options of BC 420: Global


Communication (4 cr.) or BC 415: Intercultural Communication (4 cr.), BC 300 or a
bove

(4 cr.) or SP 432: Environmental Communication (4 cr.); f) Add Required Courses for

Major, EN 217:
Newspaper Writing and Reporting

(4 cr.), BC 200:
Introduction to

Multimedia Journalism

(4 cr.), BC 300:
Advanced Multimedia Journalism

(4 cr.); g) Ad
d


Options of , EN 406:
Advanced News Writing

(4 cr.) or EN 407:
Feature Magazine

Writing

(4 cr.), BC 491:
Practicum

(2 cr.) or BC 492:
Internship

(2 cr.), EN 480:

Practicum

(2 cr.) or EN 491:
Internship

(2 cr.); h) Add “Choose two 4 credit courses with


one being 300 level or higher” from List

Elementary Education French Minor
:
a) Eliminate LG 399: Graduation Assessment for



Language Minors (0 cr.)

Elementary Education German Minor: a) Change Number of Credit Hours from 24 to 26; b)



Require
LG 250: Ov
erview of Linguistics

(2 cr.); c) Replace GR 300 with GR 301 (4 cr.);



d) Replace GR 305 with GR 302 (4 cr.); e) Add “GR Electives at 300+” 8 Credits

Elementary Education Spanish Minor: a) Change Number of Credit Hours from 24 to 26; b)


Require
LG 250:
Overview of Linguistics

(2 cr.); c) SN 300 with SN 301 (4 cr.); d)


Replace SN 305 with SN 302 (4 cr.); e) Replace SN 400 with SN 315 (4 cr.); f) Eliminate


LG 399: Graduation Assessment for Language Minors (0 cr.)

Environmental Conservation Minor: a) R
ename Minor to
Environmental Studies Minor; b)


Add
GC 210: Earth Hazards [III]

(4 cr.) to the Electives

Environmental Science Major: Add
BI 466: Stream Ecology

as an elective for both Natural


Resources and Water Resources concentrations

French Minor: a
) Eliminate LG 399: Graduation Assessment for Language Minors (0 cr.)

Geographic Information Systems Certificate: a) Reduce Number of Total Credits from 35 to 31;


b) Remove CIS 100: Computer Concepts (2 cr.) from Electives; c) Remove CS 470:



Artificia
l Intelligence from Electives; d) Add
DD 100: Technical Drafting with


Introduction to CAD

(4 cr.); e) Remove GC 330: Planning Theory and Practice (2 cr.); f)


Remove MA 240: Discrete Mathematics (4 cr.); g) Reduce Number of Other Required


Courses from

12 to 8; h) Remove CIS 110: Principles of Computer Information Systems

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or equivalent (4 cr.) from Other Required Courses; h) Remove MA 104 College Algebra


with Applications in the Sciences and Technologies or equivalent (4 cr.) from Other


Required C
ourses; i) Add
MA 103 Finite Mathematics (or higher; MA 171 preferred)

(4


cr.) to Other Required Courses

Geographic Information Systems Minor: a) Rename Minor to
Geomatics Minor; b)

Remove CIS



100: Computer Concepts from Electives; c)Remove CS 470: Art
ificial Intelligence from


Electives; d) Add
DD 100: Technical Drafting with Introduction to CAD

(4 cr.); e)


Remove GC 330: Planning Theory and Practice (2 cr.); f) Remove MA 240: Discrete


Mathematics (4 cr.)

Geography Cluster Minor: a) Rename to
Earth, Environmental and Geographical Sciences




Cluster Minor; b)

Revise Minor Description

German Minor: a) Increase Number of Credits from 20 to 24; b)Replace GR 300 with GR 301 (4


cr.); c) Replace GR 305 with GR 302 (4 cr.); d) Increase Credits for
German Electives


300+ from 4 to 8

German Studies Major: a) Replace GR 300 with GR 301 (4 cr.); b) Replace GR 305 with GR


302 (4 cr.); c)Replace “
GR 310: Introduction to German Civilization and Culture

(3 cr.)


[II] or
GR 311: Central European Culture
and Civilization

(4 cr.) [II] (3
-
4 cr.)” to “
GR


310: Introduction to German Civilization and Culture

(3 cr.) [II] AND
GR 410:



Advanced German Civilization and Culture (1 cr.) OR GR 311: Central European


Culture and Civilization

(4 cr.) [II] (4 cr.)”

Human Geography Minor: a) Rename Minor to
Sustainability Minor
; b) Reduce Number of


Required Total Credits for Minor from 22 to 20; c) Remove GC 225: Introduction to


Maps (2 cr.); d) Add
GC 269: Introduction to Sustainability

(4 cr.) to Required; e)


Reduce Number of Electives from 12 to 8; f) Add
GC 317: Geography of Food Systems



(4 cr.) to Electives

International Studies Major: a) Revise Description; b) Create Global concentration; c) Create an





Asian concentration

Secondary Education French Mi
nor
:
a) Eliminate LG 399: Graduation Assessment for Language



Minors (0 cr.)

Secondary Education

Geography Major: a) Add
HS 105: World History [IV]; b)

Add
HS 126:


The United States to 1865 [IV]; c)
Add
HS 127: The United States Since 1865[IV]

Secondary Education German Minor: a) Replace GR 300 with GR 301 (4 cr.); b) Replace GR



305 with GR 302 (4 cr.); c) Increase Number of GR Electives from 4 to 8

Secondary Education

History Major: Add
GC 100
Physical Geography

4 cr.

Secondary Education

Soci
al Studies Major: a) Add
HS 105
World History; b)
Add
HS 126 U.S.



History to the Civil War; c)
Add
GC 100
Physical Geography

Secondary Education
Spanish

Major: a) Replace SN 300 with SN 301 (4 cr.); b) Replace SN 305


with SN 302 (4 cr.); c) Replace SN 40
0 with SN 315 (4 cr.)

Secondary Education Spanish Minor: a) Replace SN 300 with SN 301 (4 cr.); b) Replace SN 305



with SN 302 (4 cr.); c) Replace SN 400 with SN 315 (4 cr.); d) Eliminate LG 399:


Graduation Assessment for Language Minors (0 cr.)

Spanish

Major: a) Replace SN 300 with SN 301 (4 cr.); b) Replace SN 305 with SN 302 (4 cr.);


c) Replace SN 400 with SN 315 (4 cr.); d) Decrease Number of SN Electives from 24 to



20

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Spanish Minor: a) Eliminate LG 399: Graduation Assessment for Language Minors
(0 cr.); b)


Replace SN 300 with SN 301 (4 cr.); c) Replace SN 305 with SN 302 (4 cr.); d) Replace


SN 400 with SN 315 (4 cr.); e) Decrease Number of Electives from 12 to 8

Theatre Major: a) Rename Core to Foundation; b)Reduce Number of Credits for
Foundation



from 27 to 26; c)Revise Core Courses; d)Add TH130
The Theatre Experience
4cr.; e)


Add TH 141
Entertainment Technology

4cr.; f) Add TH 480
Theatre and Entertainment


Arts Capstone
1cr.; g) Rename TH130
Introduction to Theatre

to TH130
Theatr
e


Experience

4cr.; h) Rename TH131
Stagecraft

to TH131
Entertainment Technology I



4cr.; i) Rename TH432
Audition

to TH432
Theatre and Entertainment Careers

1cr.; j)


Remove TH245 Voice and Diction 4cr.; k) Remove TH358 Directing Practicum 1cr.; l)


R
emove TH361 Modern Drama 4cr.; m) Remove TH493 Field Studies 1cr. n) Remove


Theatre Electives 6
-
8 cr.; o) Replace with “Choose either the Performance Track or


Design & Technology Track”; p) Add Performance Track 22 cr.
,
TH247
Performance


Studio

8cr.

(Must be taken at least twice, with different content),
TH 361
Modern Drama


(VI) or TH362
World Drama

4cr., TH432
Makeup Studio

2cr., TH 456
Entertainment


Arts Management

4cr., TH491
Practicum in Theatre and Entertainment Arts

4cr.; q) Add

Design & T
echnology Track 22 cr., TH246
Entertainment Arts Design Studio
8cr.
(Must

be taken at least twice, with different content)
, TH248
Ensemble Performance and


Production

2cr., TH 331
Entertainment Technology II

or TH 341
Stage Properties

4cr.,


TH456
Entertainment Arts Management

4cr., TH491
Practicum in Theatre and


Entertainment Arts

4cr.


Theatre Minor: a) Revise Courses to Reflect Name Changes, TH130
Introduction to Theatre

to



TH130
Theatre Experience

4cr., TH131
Stagecraft

to TH131
Entertainment Technology I



4cr., TH132
Acting I

to TH132
Acting

4cr., TH491
Practicum in Theatre

1
-
2cr. to TH491


Theatre and Entertainment Arts
1cr.; b) Reduce Number of Credits Taken for TH 491


Practicum in Theatre and Entertainment Arts from 4 to
2; c) Add Statement “(Only two


credits of TH 491 may count towards the minor.)”; d) Rename Theatre Electives to


Theatre and Entertainment Arts Electives; e) Increase Electives from 6 to 8 Credits; f)


Remove Elective Course List; g) Add Statement “Cho
ose from any TH courses except


TH 480”


College of Business

Business Computer Information Systems

4 Year Program: a) Delete Concentrations; b) Change



“Approved CIS Electives” to a CIS Electives “Choice of 12 Credits (of which at least 8


Credits Must Be at the 300 Level or Above) From the Following”, Add “Any CIS course


not taken for the Core” 1
-
8 cr., Add
MGT 228: Customer Service

(4 cr.), Add
MGT 355:


Methods of Training

(4 cr.), Add
MKT 470: E
-
Commerce and Marketing

(4 cr.), Add
CS


101: Website Construction

(4 cr.), Add
CS 120: Computer Science I

(4 cr.), Add
CS 122:


Computer Science II

(4 cr.); c) Revise the Technology Core, Rename the
Technology


Core

to
Computer Information Systems Core
, Increase Core Credits from 18 to 22,


Revise Requirement for
CIS 155: Software Development

to “CIS 155: Software


Development OR CS 120: Computer Science I (4 cr.)”, Add “CIS 415: Systems Project


Development (2 cr.) OR CIS 491: Internship (1
-
4 cr.)”

Computer Information Systems

2 Year Prog
ram: a) Rename the Program to
Associate

Computer Information Systems
; b) Revise the Technology Core, rename the
Technology

Core

to
Computer Information Systems Core,

revise requirement for
CIS 155: Software
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Development

to “CIS 155: Software Development
OR CS 120: Computer Science I (4

cr.)”, increase Core Credits from 16 to 18; c) Revise Business Electives, reduce Business

Elective Credits from 6 to 4, replace “Choose from the following” with “Choose 4

Credits from College of Business courses 100
-
299
not otherwise required”

Computer Information Systems Minor: a) Reduce required core courses; b) Remove CIS 155:


Software Development I (4 cr.); c) Remove CIS 220: Network Concepts (2 cr.); d)

Increase number of elective credits from 4 to 10


College of
Professional Studies

A.A.S. in Building Technology
: a)
Remove CN 151, CN 154, & WT 161
; b)
Add CN 110, 153,



251, 254, & 278
, c)
Remove CIS 110 as a Requirement
; d)
Replace MA 104 with MA



106
, e)
Add MKT 230

A.A.S. in Industrial Maintenance: a) Delete C
IS 110 and IT 265

Clinical Systems Analyst Concentration: a) Reduce Number of Required Concentration Credits



from 60 to 59; b) Increase Number of Required Concentration Core Credits from 49 to





51; c) Add
CIS 100: Computer Concepts

(2 cr.); d) Add
Option of “CIS 112 Microsoft


Applications (2 cr.) AND CIS 212 Computer Assisted Program Solving (2 cr.) OR CIS


110 Principles of Computer Information Systems (4 cr.)”; e) Add
CIS 226: Introduction


to Networks and Security

(4 cr.); f) Remove CIS 355:
Web Applications Programming (4

cr.) from Concentration; g) Offer Option of “CIS: 415 Systems Development Project (2

cr.) OR CIS 491: Internship (2 cr.)”; h) Require
CIS 440: Management Information


Systems

(4 cr.); i) Remove Option of CIS 440: Manageme
nt Information Systems (4cr.)


OR CIS 302: Unix System Administration (4 cr.) OR CIS 491: Internship in Computer

Information Systems (1
-
8 cr.); j) Remove Option of CIS 230: Novell Network Operating


Systems I OR CIS 234 Microsoft Network Operating Systems (2 cr.); k) Reduce Number


of Other Required Courses in Concentration from 11 to 8; l) Remove ET 281: Computer


Systems Servicing (3 cr.)

Construction Management

Major: a)
Remove CN 151, 154, & WT
161
; b)
Add CN 110, 153,



254, 278, 369, 372, 445, & 455
, c)
Remove CIS 110 as a Requirement
, d)
Replace MA



104 with MA 106
; e)
Remove ACT 240
; f)
Reduce the Number of Credits for Graduation



to 124


Construction Systems

Minor: a)
Remove CN 154, 156, 1
58, 252, 283
;
Add “Choose three (3) of



the following courses”

Industrial Maintenance Minor: a) Remove WD 244

Welding Inspection and Assessment

Welding Certificate: a) Remove CIS 110

Principles of Computer Information Systems

RN to BSN Track: a)
Delete
NU393

Role Dimensions in Professional Nursing



PROGRAM DELETIONS


College of Arts and Science

Physical Geography Minor

Planning Minor


College of Business

Personal Financial Planning Concentration


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College of Professional Studies

Elementary
Education

English Major

Elementary Education

English Minor

Elementary Education

Social Studies Minor

Secondary Education Health Major

POLICY CHANGES

Anthropology Minor: Establish minimum 2.0 GPA

A.A.S in Building Technology
: Revise Entry Requirements

EEGS

Department: Revise Program Policies

“Maximum Health Promotion Credit”
: Revise

to include the Dance Minor as an exception

Sociology Minor: Establish minimum 2.0 GPA for Sociology Minor

NOTIFICATION OF SUSPENDED PROGRAMS

Applied
Child Development

Associate
Degree

Entertainment and Sports Promotion Major

Entertainment and Sports Promotion Minor

Special Studies Certificate


OTHER CHANGES

Rename
Theatre

Department to “Theatre and Entertainment Arts