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WINONA STATE UNIVERSITY

PROPOSALS FOR NEW COURSES


DIRECTIONS FOR THE DEPARTMENT


This form,
Proposal for New Courses
, is to be used to submit course proposals for any new undergraduate or graduate
course. Read the directions below for information on providing course descriptions and impact of approval on other
departments. The department must include a
Financial and S
taffing Data Sheet

and an

Approval Form

with this
proposal. Copies of each of these forms are attached. Refer to Regulation 3
-
4,
Policy for Changing the Curriculum
, for
complete information on submitting proposals for curricular changes.


Provide the fol
lowing information when submitting a new course proposal.


A.

Provide a description of the course. This description must include the following information.



1.

Description of the course as it will appear in the WSU catalog.


2.

Syllabus or course outline

of the major topics, themes, subtopics, etc., to be covered in the course. This outline
should be, at a minimum, a two
-
level outline, i.e., consisting of topics and subtopics.


3.

Indicate the instructional delivery methods and course media codes used.


4.

Course requirements (papers, lab work, projects, etc.) and means of evaluation.


5.

List of course materials. This list may include textbooks, articles, monographs, software, etc.


6.

Bibliography, including author, title, date, for a reasonable number

of scholarly materials such as articles and
books.


The above course description does not preclude future revisions of course content, texts used, methods of
instruction and forms of evaluation.


B.

Provide a rationale for the new course. The rationale
should include the following item.



1.

Statement of the major focus and objectives of the course.


2.

Statement specifying how this course will contribute to the departmental curriculum.


3.

Courses which may be dropped, if any, if this course is
implemented.


C.

Provide a statement of the impact of this course on other departments, programs, majors, and minors.



1.

Clearly state the impact of this course on courses taught in other departments. Does this course duplicate the
content of any other
course? Is there an effect on prerequisites?


2.

Would approval of this course change the total number of credits required by any major or minor of any
department? If so, the department must indicate which departments are affected and explain carefully t
he
effects of the course.


3.

If this course has an impact on the major or minor of any other department or any program, it is the
responsibility of the department submitting the course proposal to send written notification to the
department(s) or
program(s) affected. State clearly which other programs are affected by this proposal and
whether the other departments have been notified and/or consulted.


D.

If this course is also being submitted for inclusion in the University Studies Program, the fo
rm
Proposal for
University Studies Course

and appropriate approval form must also be completed and submitted according to the
instructions on that form.


Note: If any of the requested information is missing, the proposal will not be reviewed by the A2C2
Course and
Program Proposal Subcommittee or the Graduate Council but will instead be returned to the department.














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5
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WINONA STATE UNIVERSITY

PROPOSAL FOR NEW COURSES


Department: Health,
Exercise & Rehabilitative Sciences

Date ________8
-
26
-
11
_________


Refer to Regulation 3
-
4,
Policy for Changing the Curriculum
, for complete information on submitting proposals for
curricular changes.


___368
________________

Pathophysiology for the Healt
h Professions




3

Course No.



Course Title







Credits


This proposal is for a(n)

___X
__ Undergraduate Course


______ Graduate Course


Applies to:


___X__ Major


______ Minor


__X
___ University Studies* ______ Not
for USP

__X
__ Required


_____ Required

_____ Elective


_____ Elective


Prerequisites

Bio 211 & 212


Grading method ___X
__ Grade only


______ P/NC only

______ Grade and P/NC Option


Frequency of offering _______Each Semester
____________________


*For University Studies Progra
m course approval, the form
Proposal for University Studies Courses

must also be
completed and submitted according to the instructions on that form.


Provide the following information:


A.

Course Description



1.

Catalog description.


2.

Course outline of
the major topics and subtopics (minimum of two
-
level outline).


3.a
Instructional delivery methods utilized: (Please check all that apply).

Lecture: Auditorium

ITV

Online

Web Enhanced

Web Supplemented

X

Lecture: Classroom

X

Service Learning

Travel Study

Laboratory

Internship/Practicum

Other: (Please indicate)

3.b. MnSCU Course media codes: (Please check all that apply).

None:

3. Internet

6. Independent Study

9. Web Enhanced

1. Satellite

4. ITV Sending

7. Taped

10. Web Supplemented

2.
CD Rom

5. Broadcast TV

8. ITV Receiving




4.

Course requirements (papers, lab work, projects, etc.) and means of evaluation.


5.

Course materials (textbook(s), articles, etc.).


6.

Assessment of Outcomes


7.

List of references.


B.

Rationale



1.

Statement of the major focus and objectives of the course.


2.

Specify how this new course contributes to the departmental curriculum.


3.

Indicate any course(s) which may be dropped if this course is approved.


C.

Impact of this Course on other Departm
ents, Programs, Majors, or Minors



1.

Does this course increase or decrease the total credits required by a major or minor of any other department?
If so, which department(s)?


2.

Attach letter(s) of understanding from impacted department(s).



Definitions:


01
-
Satellite:


02
-

CD Rom:


03
-

Internet: Predominately = where all, or nearly all, course activity occurs in an online environment. One to two
activities may occur face
-
to
-
face in a classroom, with the maximum being two activities.


04


ITV Sending: a course in which students are in the classroom with the instructor, other students join via interactive
television technology from other geographically separate locations


05


Broadcast TV:


06


Independent Study: a course in which the
teacher develops specialized curriculum for the student(s) based on
department guidelines in the University course catalog


07


Taped: a course in which the teacher records the lessons for playback at a later date


08


ITV Receiving: a course in which

students are not in the classroom with the teacher, other students join via
interactive television technology from other geographically separate locations


09


Web Enhanced
-

Limited Seat Time: For a course in which students are geographically separate fr
om the teacher and
other students for a majority of required activities. However, some on
-
site attendance is required. The course includes
synchronous and/or asynchronous instruction.


10


Web Supplemented
-

No Reduced Seat Time: For a course utilizing the

web for instructional activities. Use of this
code may assist your college/university in tracking courses for “smart classrooms” and/or facility usage.



Attach a
Financial and Staffing Data Sheet
.


Attach an
Approval Form
with appropriate signatures
.


Department Contact Person for this Proposal:



Gary Kastello, Lonnie Lowery_____


5219_________


Gkastello@winona.edu

Name (please
print)


Phone



e
-
mail address












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A.


Course Description

1.


Catalog Description:

This course is designed
for HERS majors, and other students enrolled in non
-
nursing health
related majors
to examine alterations in functions affecting individuals across the lifespan. The
student will explore pathophysiological concepts utilizing biology,

microbiology, and
physiological sciences as a basis for the student approach. The scientific approach will provide a
further understanding of the mechanisms of disease, and students will incorporate critical thinking
skills with practical application. The

course provides a comprehensive rehabilitation approach to
common alterations in body systems.
S
tudents
must

have a good knowledge of anatomy and
physiology to enroll into this

course. Prerequisites: Bio 211
, Bio 212


a.

Course Outline of the Subject Topi
cs & Subtopi
cs

b.

The Nature of Disease:

i.

How to Think About Illness

ii.

Defining Normal


c.

The Cell

i.

Cell

Injury, Adaptation, and Death

ii.

Origins of Cells and the Organization of Tissues

d.

Genes: Cellular Control

i.

Genetic Diseases

ii.

Mild Cell Injury and Severe Cell Injury

e.

Renal System & Control of Body Fluid

i.

Disorders of
Fluid Balance

ii.

Blood Flow Obstruction

f.

Inflammation

i.

The Reaction to Injury

ii.

Acute and Chronic Inflammation

g.

Cellular Repair Process




i.

Recovery from Injury

ii.

Wound Healing and Fibrous Repair

h.

Immune System






i.

Disease of the Immune System

ii.

Classification of Immune Disease

iii.

Mechanisms of Immune Reaction

iv.

Immunity in Organ and Tissue Transplantation

i.

Cancer







i.

Molecular and Genetic Basis of Neoplasia

ii.

Biology of Neoplastic Growth

iii.

Spread of Neoplasms

iv.

Clinical and Lab
oratory Assessment of Neoplasms

j.

Infectious

Disease





i.

Infection

ii.

Contagion

iii.

Infections of Organ Systems

iv.

Tropical, Vector
-
borne, and Parasite Infections

k.

Developmental, Genetic, Pediatric Diseases

i.

Developmental Abnormalities

ii.

Genetic Disorders

iii.

Pediatric
Diseases

l.

Nutritional Balance

i.

Disorder
s of Daily Life & Diet

ii.

Exposure to Toxic Materials

iii.

Tobacco Alcohol, and Drugs

iv.

Nutritional Disease


m.

The Neurologic System

i.

Infections of the Nervous System

ii.

Degenerative Diseases

n.

The Endocrine System

i.

Disease of the
Pituitary Gland

ii.

Disease of the Thyroid Gland

iii.

Diseases of the Parathyroid Gland

iv.

Diseases of the Adrenal Gland

o.

The Cardiovascular System

i.

Congestive Heart Failure

ii.

Ischemic Heart Disease

iii.

Hypertensive Heart Disease

iv.

Valvular Heart Disease

v.

Endocarditis

vi.

Primary My
ocardial Disease

vii.

Congenital Heart Disease

p.

The Lymphatic System

i.

Diseases of the Lymph Vessels & Glands

ii.

Lymph Node Response to Injury or Infection

q.

The Hematologic System

i.

Too Little Hemoglobin
-

Anemia

ii.

Too Many Red Cells
-

Polycythemia

iii.

Too Few White Cells
-
Lekopenia

iv.

Too Many White Cells

v.

Bleeding Disorders

vi.

Thrombotic Disorders

r.

The Cardiovascular System

i.

Atherosclerosis

ii.

Hypertension

s.

The Pulmonary System

i.

Diseases of the Upper Respiratory Tract

ii.

Obstructive Lung Disease

iii.

Restrictive Lung Disease

iv.

Vascular and Circu
latory Lung Disease

v.

Pulmonary Infections

vi.

Lung Neoplasms

t.

The Renal System

i.

Diseases of the Kidney

ii.

Renal Disease

iii.

Glomerular Disease

iv.

Tubulointerstitial Nephritis

u.

The Digestive System


i.

Diseases of Gastroint
estinal Tract

ii.

Dis
eases of Liver & Biliary Tract

iii.

Diseases of the Pancreas

v.

The Musculoskeletal System

i.

Diseases of Bone

ii.

Diseases of Joints and Related Tissues

iii.

Diseases of Skeletal Muscle

w.

The I
ntegumentary System

i.

Nonneoplastic Diseases of Skin

ii.

Neoplasms of Skin








4.

Course Requirements





Grading policy
& scale:

Complete each of the
three

examinations
and three mid
-
point quizzes
given in the course. No
makeup

tests

will be given!!! Each examination will be worth 100 points
, each quiz
is
50
p
oints
. The
format of
all tests

will be multiple
-
choice, true/false and short answer, drawn from the reading and
lecture materials.
The course outcomes will be assessed through quizzes and exams.






Lecture Points

Exam I


100

Exam II


100

Final Exam


100

(
not comprehensive)


Sub
-
Total


300





Lecture Points

Quiz 1



50


Quiz 2



50

Quiz 3



50


Subtotal


150


Grading Scale
:

100
-

90


A

89
-

80


B

79
-

70


C

69
-

60


D

< 60


F


5.

Course materials (textbook(s), articles, etc.).

a.

Required text
:
McConnell, Thomas H. The
Nature of Disease: Pathology for the
Health Professions.
Baltimore: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2007.

6.

Assessment of Outcomes

a.

Student outcome success will be determined via performance on 3 quizzes and 3 exams covering
PowerPoint lecture, textbook
readings, and class discussion.

7.

List of references.

a.

Required text
:
McConnell, Thomas H. The
Nature of Disease: Pathology for the
Health Professions.
Baltimore: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2007.

b.

Huether, S.E. & McCance K. L. (2008). Understanding path
ophysiology, (4
th

ed.).
Mosby Elsevier.

c.

Huether, S.E. & McCance K. L. (2008). Understanding pathophysiology, (4
th

ed.).
Mosby Elsevier.

d.

Huether, S. E. & McCance K. L. (2008). Study Guide and Workbook Understandi ng
Pathophysiology (4
th

ed.). Mosby Elsevier.



Students will access appropriate Websites to access the most recent evidence based practice


guidelines

a.

American Cancer Society:
http://www.cancer.org/docroot/home/index.asp

b.

Ame
rican Heart Association:
http://www.americanheart.org/presenter.jhtml?identifier=3003999

c.

American Stroke Association:
http://www.strokeassociation.org/presenter.jhtml?identifier=1200037

d.

Center for Disease Control and Prevention:
http://www.cdc.gov/

e.

Heart, Blood, & Lung Institute:
http://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/guidelines/index.htm

f.

National Council for Health Statistics:
http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/howto/w2w/w2welcom.htm

g.

American Diabetes Association:
http://professional.diabetes.org/

h.

National Eating Disorder Association:
http://www.nationaleatingdisorders.org/

i.

America
n Obesity Association:
http://www.obesity.org/

B.

Rationale


1.

Statement of the major focus and objectives of the course.

a.

This course is designed to examine alterations in functions affecting individuals across the
lifespan. The student will explore pathophysiological concepts utilizing biology, microbiology,
and physiological sciences as a basis for the student approach. The scientific approach will
provide a further understanding of the mechanisms of disease, and s
tudents will incorporate
critical thinking skills with practical application. The course provides a comprehensive
rehabilitation approach to common alterations in body systems. It is assumed that students will
have a good knowledge of anatomy and physiolo
gy to enroll into this course.

i.

Major course objectives include:

1.

Identify common pathophysiology associated with all physiologic systems
discussed in class.

2.

Demonstrate an ability to utilize pathophysiology web sites to acquire current
health care informati
on.

3.

Apply
scientific knowledge to
the concepts of health and disease.

4.

Demonstrate an understanding of understanding health
y physiologic systems
.

5.

Explain the physiologic changes that produce signs and symptoms of
disease.

6.

Demonstrate an understanding

of pathophysiology in disease prevention,
diagnosis, and management.

7.

Understand

the

interrelationships between pathophysiology, pharmacology,
diagnostic testing, and management.

8.

Demonstrate

an understanding of laboratory and diagnostic tests used in th
e
ongoing diagnosis, treatment, and management of
pathophysiology discussed
in lecture
.

9.

Identify the
effect communicable diseases have historically had on
the U.S.
and global
population.





2.

Specify how this new course contributes to the departmental cu
rriculum.

a.

The HERS Dept has Exercise & Rehabilitative Sciences majors that include Athletic Training,
Cardiac Rehabilitation, Exercise Science & Movement Science. All of these majors have some form
of physical rehabilitation emphasis. Pathophysiology
allows students to gain understanding of
abnormal physiological function. Understanding abnormal function serves as a prerequisite for
higher level courses that utilize this knowledge to identify exercise modes, intensities, frequency, and
progression to
best physically rehabilitate a client/patient.

3.

Indicate any course(s) which may be dropped if this course is approved.

a.

No courses need to be dropped due to the addition of this course.

Nursing 366 will still be taught in
the Nursing Depar
t
ment.


C.

Provide a statement of the impact of this course on other departments, programs, majors, and minors.


1.

Clearly state the impact of this course on courses taught in other departments. Does this course duplicate the
content of any other course? Is there an
effect on prerequisites?

a.

The Nursing Department has taught Nurs 366 Pathophysiology for many years. Nursing 366
simultaneously enrolled both Nursing &

HERS students. Historically there have been scheduling
conflicts for HERS students, topics within the course content were needed by only Nursing students,
and the grading scale was different for the HERS majors. The book utilized by Nursing
emphasizes
p
atient treatement and pharmaceutical dosage specific information.
The HERS majors need an
emphasis on the basic physiologic systems
a smaller emphasis on treatment, and very little dosage
specific recommendations.
Therefore the proposed course will utili
ze a different book that is geared
towards the
HERS
health professional, is systemically based
and requires a less clinical approach to
disease pathology
. Hence, this course will not duplicate content of any other course on campus. The
impact on the Nur
sing Pathophysiology 366 course will be to lower enrollm
ent to a more manageable
number, as the course size with both HERS and Nursing majors enrolled has begun to outgrow
classroom seating availability. Nursing would have needed to add a separate HERS se
ction of the
course if the current course offering (HERS 368) were not offered
. There are no changes to
prerequisites course, as the prerequisite courses remai
ni
ng BIO 211 & BIO 212
.


2.

Would approval of this course change the total number of credits requir
ed by any major or minor of any
department? If so, the department must indicate which departments are affected and explain carefully the
effects of the course.

a.

Nursing 366 (3 cr) will be replaced with HERS 368 (3 cr) for HERS majors only. Hence the total

number of credits required will not change.

3.

If this course has an impact on the major or minor of any other department or any program, it is the
responsibility of the department submitting the course proposal to send written notification to the
department(s) or program(s) affected. State clearly which other programs are affected by this proposal and
whether the other departments have been notified and/or consulted.

a.

The only impact this change has is
that

Nursing 366 Pathophysiology

will not need

additional
sections to accommodate HERS students
. Both Nursing and HERS are well aware of these changes
and both departments agree that this change will benefit both departments in regards to ease of
needed content specific material, as well as ease of s
cheduling.
















WINONA STATE UNIVERSITY

NEW AND REVISED COURSE AND PROGRAM APPROVAL FORM


Routing form for new and revised courses and programs.

Course or Program__________________________________


Department Recommendation



_________________________________

________________

____________________________________________

Department Chair



Date



e
-
mail address


Dean’s Recommendation

_____ Yes


_____ No*


_________________________________

_________
_______

aean of College



aate


*The dean shall forward their recommendation to the chair of the department, the chair of A2C2, and the sice mresdient for
Academic Affairs.

A2C2 Recommendation

_____ Approved


_____
Disapproved



_________________________________

________________

Chair of A2C2



Date


Graduate Council Recommendation

_____ Approved


_____ Disapproved

(if applicable)



_________________________________

________________

Cha
ir of Graduate Council



Date


_________________________________

________________

Director of Graduate Studies


Date


Faculty Senate Recommendation


_____ Approved


_____ Disapproved



_________________________________

________________

President of
Faculty Senate



Date


Academic Vice President Recommendation

_____ Approved


_____ Disapproved



________________________________

________________

Academic Vice President



Date


Decision of President

_____ Approved


_____
Disapproved



_________________________________

________________

President




Date


Please forward to Registrar.

Registrar

_________________

Please notify department chair via e
-
mail that curricular change has been recorded.


Date entere
d







WINONA STATE UNIVERSITY

FINANCIAL AND STAFFING DATA SHEET



Course or Program__________HERS____________________


Include a Financial and Staffing Data Sheet with any proposal for a new course, new program, or revised program.


Please answer the
following questions completely. Provide supporting data.


1.

Would this course or program be taught with existing staff or with new or additional staff? If this course would
be taught by adjunct faculty, include a rationale.

a.

HERS 368 Pathphysiology for the Health Professions will be taught by existing faculty. The department
recently hired Dr. Erin Kuffel, whom is teaching a 3 cr course
Advanced Fitness Programming

that
was previously taught by Dr. Lonnie Lowery. This chang
e allowed Dr. Lowery to instruct HERS 368
Pathophysiology (3cr) without any need for overload pay.













2.

What impact would approval of this course/program have on current course offerings? Please discuss number of
sections of current offerings,
dropping of courses, etc.

a.

The HERS department will be offering HERS 368 Pathophysiology each semester. However, no HERS
courses will need to be dropped due this change. A 3cr pathophysiology course has always been part of
our department curriculum.












3.

What effect would approval of this course/program have on the department supplies? Include data to support
expenditures for staffing, equipment, supplies, instructional resources, etc.

a.

There will be no effect on expenditure for staffing (no
overload), equipment, supplies, or instructional
resources for the HERS Department.