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SUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE

LETTER
-
OF
-
INTENT

T0 COLLEGE ASSOCIATE DEAN FOR

CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT


PROPOSER E
-
MAILS LETTER
-
OF
-
INTENT AS WORD DOCUMENT TO DR.
ALLEN JACOBS, COLLEGE ASSOCIATE DEAN FOR CURRICULUM
DEVELOPMENT.
Dr. Jacobs determines which

campuses are affected by proposal
and fills out the Response to Proposal Form below. Dr. Jacobs returns the Letter
-
of
Intent and Response to Proposal forms to proposer with copies to the appropriate
Executive Deans.


Proposer:
Dave Stampf and Ben Chen
_
Campus: A_
X
___ E_
X
__ G__
X
_


(name)










Department/Discipline

_
Math
e
matics and Computer Science/Computer Science and
Information Technology
_


Telephone__
451
-
4983
__________________

E
-
mail__chenb@sunysuffolk.edu
____


Name of Curriculum/Course Proposal_
CST278
-

Mobile Programming
__________


Date__
11/19/2012
_________________________________________________


College Associate Dean for Curriculum Development completes form below this line.

*******************************
***********************************

Type of Proposal


Course








New

____________
X
_____________________

Revised_______________________________


Adoption______________________________


Curriculum


New__________________________


A.A._____ A.S. __
X
__

A.A
.S __
X
__

Revised________________________


Certificate

__

Expedited Revision

_______
X
__
X
____



This proposal requires the following approval(s)


Single Campus _____


*College

__
X
___






*College approval is required when the proposal has an







impa
ct on more than one campus.


SUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE

LETTER
-
OF
-
INTENT

T0 COLLEGE ASSOCIATE DEAN FOR

CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT



Description of proposal idea and rationale.

(Proposer should present description of proposal idea on this page along wi
th a

rationale for the proposal.)


We propose a new course: CST278 Mobile Programming.


Mobile computing
-

MP3 players, cell phones and tablets
-

is one of the fastest
growing areas in computing today. In this course, we will study all the aspects of
this

field, with particular emphasis on open platform for devices which are
programmable in Java, currently epitomized by Google's Android platform. We
will study local IDEs, GUIs, event driven programming, 2D graphics, databases,
networking, and accessing the

built
-
in sensors (e.g., accelerometers, GPS, etc.)
and using existing frameworks (e.g., maps, web browsers, etc.). We will place all
of this in the context of professional software development. The student will be
able to write programs using an emulator
that runs on all of the major operating
systems, but for maximum benefit, the student may consider acquiring an Android
device.


This would be an elective CST course for both Computer Science and Information
Technology majors to take.



SUFFOLK COUNTY COM
MUNITY COLLEGE

RESPONSE TO PROPOSAL

FROM COLLEGE ASSOCIATE DEAN FOR CURRICULUM
DEVELOPMENT


College Associate Dean for Curriculum Development uses this form to respond to
the proposal with instructions for further developing proposal (e.g., which forms to

use, the campuses and departments who need to be consulted, items to be
considered when developing the proposal.)


******************************************************************

TO:

Ben Chen and David Stampf

FROM:

Allen Jacobs

DATE:

December 17, 2012

***********************************************************

Comments:


Owing to the multi
-
campus status of the proposed new course, deliberations on this
proposal will occur in the College Curriculum Committee.


This proposal for a new
course

should be pre
sented on a
New Course Proposal Form
;
however, the New Course Proposal Form should be attached to Expedited Curriculum
-
Revision Proposal forms (
Expedited Curriculum Revision Proposal Form
)
, one for the
Computer Science Program and another for the Information Technology Program.


Email the Expedited Curriculum Revision Proposal Form

for the Computer Science
Program to Dean Sh
erwood, along with a
n
Executive Dean's Acknowledgement of
Support Form
. After receiving Dean Sherwood’s support, email the entire proposa
l
packet to the chair of the College Curriculum Committee,
Tina Good
.


Email the Expedited Curriculum Proposal Form for the Information Technology Program

alo
ng with an
Executive Dean's Acknowledgement of Support Form
to all three
executive deans.
After receiving support from each of the executive deans, email the
entire proposal packet to the chair of the
College Curriculum Committee,
Tina Good
.


Please don’t hesitate to contact me if you have any questions concerning the proposal
or approval
process.




Cc:

Appropriate Executive Deans/Deans of Instruction


Tina G
ood, College Curriculum Committee Chair


SUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE

NEW
-
COURSE PROPOSAL FORM


ORIGINATING CAMPUS: (
X

) Ammerman ( ) Eastern ( ) Grant

Date Submitted to Curriculum Committee:
_____
12
/
12
_____


To meet the ideals of Suffolk Cou
nty Community College, new courses should, if appropriate, consider
issues arising from elements of cultural diversity in areas of textbook choice, selection of library and
audio
-
visual materials, and teaching methodology.


PROPOSER E
-
MAILS
ENTIRE COURSE P
RO
POSAL PACKET
TO THE
APPROPRIATE CURRICULUM COMMITTEE CHAIR AS A WORD DOCUMENT.


Proposal Checklist


Proposer records appropriate departmental votes here and checks to be sure all the documents are
contained within the packet.





( X )

Electronic
Letter
-
of
-
Intent



( X )

Electronic
Letter
-
of
-
Support

from Executive

Dean(s)



(
X

)

Vote
(s)

of Department:




Name of Department
:
_Mathematics and Comp. Sci./Ammerman
_



For: _
21
____

Against: __
2
___

Abstentions: __
3
___




Date of Vote: _
12/20/2012
_________

Proposer's Initials: _
BC
____




Select One:
Approved
__
X
___
Not approved_
BC
___
_







Name of Department
:
_Mathematics, Business, Tech/Grant
_



For: __
11
___

Against: __
0
___

Abstentions: __
0
___




Date of Vote: ___
2/7/2013
_______

Proposer's Initials: _
BC
____




Select One:
Approved
___
X
__
Not approved_____









Name of Departmen
t
:
_
Commerce and Health Career
/Eastern
_



For: __
9
___

Against: __
0
___

Abstentions: __
0
___




Date of Vote: __
2/15/2013
________

Proposer's Initials: _
BC
____




Select One:
Approved
__
X
___
Not approved_____






( X
)

Campus Dean Final
-
Approval Form
(s)







(Proposer completes form to this line before sending entire proposal packet to the
appropriate Curriculum Committee Chair)

---------------------------
-----------------------------------------------------------



cc:

Dr. Candice Foley, College Associate Dean for Curriculum Development


Dr. Tina Good, Chair of College Cu
rriculum Committee


Academic Chairs of affected departments



Curriculum Committee Chair completes form below this line and, upon
approval, the Curriculum Committee Chair e
-
mails the entire proposal
packet to the
College Associate Dean for Curriculum Development
, with
electronic copies to the appropriate Executive Deans and the
College
Curriculum Committee Chair
.
(If the proposal is not approved, the Curriculum
Committe
e Chair e
-
mails proposer and explains why proposal was not approved and
sends an electronic copy of explanation to the
College Curriculum Chair

and the
College Associate
Dean for Curriculum Development
.)

******************************************************************


( )

Vote of Curriculum Committee


Name of Committee:_______________________________



For: _____

Against: _____

Abstentions: _____



Date of Vote: ____
______




Select One:
Approved
_____
Not approved_____





( )

Vote of Ammerman Faculty Senate (if appropriate)



For: _____

Against: _____

Abstentions: _____



Date of Vote: __________





Select One:
Approved
_____
Not approved_____






Abstention__
___



( )

Vote of East Congress (if appropriate)





For: _____

Against: _____

Abstentions: _____



Date of Vote: __________




Select One:
Approved
_____
Not approved_____






Abstention_____



( )

Vote of Grant Assembly (if appropriate)





For: ___
__

Against: _____

Abstentions: _____



Date of Vote: __________




Select One:
Approved
_____
Not approved_____








Abstention_____

******************************************************
*******
*****


Proposal is
_____Approved

_____Not Approved


Date__
______________________________________


Comments:










NAME OF PROPOSAL:
_
CST278 Mobile Programming____________


DEPARTMENT/DISCIPLINE:
_
Mathematics and Computer Science/CS and IT
_
___



I.

CATALOG DESCRIPTION:


Mobile computing on devices such as MP3 pla
yers, cell phones and tablets is one of
the fastest growing areas in computing today. We will study many aspects of this
field, with particular emphasis on open platform for devices programmable in Java,
currently epitomized by Google's Android platform. T
opics include local IDEs, GUIs,
event driven programming, 2D graphics, databases, networking, accessing the built
-
in
sensors (e.g., accelerometers, GPS, etc.) and using existing frameworks (e.g., maps,
web browsers, etc.). These will be studied in the cont
ext of professional software
development. Programs will be written using an emulator that runs on all of the major
operating systems, but for maximum benefit, the student may consider acquiring an
Android device. Prerequisite: CST141 with C or higher;
Prer
equisite or
Co
-
requisite:
CST242; or department permission.


II.

STATEMENT OF LEARNING OUTCOMES


(
Course outcomes
should be stated in the form of

what students will be expected to learn in

the course

precise
,
e.g., “Upon successful completion of this cou
rse, students
will be able to

demonstrate

. . . . ”)


Upon completion of this course students will:

1.

Describe primary features of

Android platform;

2.

Write programs that run on an emulator hosted by all of the major operating
systems as well as on Android de
vices;

3.

Implement GUIs, event driven programming, and 2D graphics of the Android
platform;

4.

Implement mobile applications to access d
atabases, and networking.

5.

Develop mobile programs

to access the built
-
in sensors such as accelerometers, GPS,
etc.

6.

Integrate
all the above programming aspects in a professional development context.



III.

RELATIONSHIP TO STUDENTS

A.


Credits and Contact Hours


(Provide a rationale for proposed credits and contact hours
. See the
formula

for credit

hours and c
ontact hours on the
Curriculum Website
.)




Credit Hours__
4
___


Contact Hours__
4
___



Lecture__
X
___

Lab_____

Studio_____


Internship_____


B.

Course Fees


(Will the stu
dent be charged additional fees for this course?)



Lab Fees___
X
_______

Course Fees__________



Please explain as necessary:__
Lecture will be carried out in a
classroom with computers for students to practice on.
__



C.

Required/Elective/Restricted Electiv
e


(Will this be a required course? If so, for which
curricula
?

Provide a
rationale as to

why this course should be
required. If this is proposed
as an elective or restricted

elective course, state what elective category it will fulfill and why it is
appropriate for

that elective category.)



This will be a restricted elective
course for
information technology
students. It will create an opportunity to integrate knowledge learned in
other CST courses to carry out practical programming projects.


D.

Prerequisites/Co
-
requisites


(What prerequisites or co
-
requisites will

be required for this course?
Provide a

rationale for these requirements.)



Pre
-
requisite: CST141 with a C or higher grade.


Co
-
requisite: CST242.


Rationale: This proposed course re
quires significant Java programming

knowledge covered in CST141 and

the beginning of

CST242.


E.

Transferability


(Would this course transfer to any ot
her institutions? If so, give
examples of transfer

institutions/departments who would

accept this
co
urse. Give the name(s) of the

courses it would

transfer as.

Demonstrate how transferability was determined.
)



It is a restricted elective course for our IT (AAS) program. Mobile
programming is such a new and fast growing area and few four
-
year college
s
have developed courses similar to this one. Thus it is not likely to be
transferrable as a required course to their curricula, at least not in the next
few years. However, given the importance of this subject in today’s world,
we believe this course can
easily be accepted as an elective in any CS, CIS,
or IT programs in any four
-
year colleges.


F.

Master Schedule


(How would this course fit into the Mas
ter Schedule? How often would
it be offered?

Would

it be offered in the Fall? Spring?

Summer
? Wint
er?)



One section will be offered in each of the spring and fall semesters.


G.

Estimate of student enrollment


(How many students are anticipated to initially enroll in this course per

semester? Per year? How were these enrollment figures determined?)



We estimate to enroll 24 students per semester, and 48 per year.


H.

Class Size


(What is the maximum number of stud
ents that should be allowed to
enroll in one

section of this course? Provide a rationale for thi
s class
size. Should the class size be


forcible?)



Maximum 24 students per class per semester since our computerized

classrooms typically have 24 seats. The class size should

not be

forcible.


IV.

RELATIONSHIP TO FACULTY

A.

Number of current faculty available to teach proposed course and

number of additional faculty required.



Currently one faculty member is available to teach the proposed

course. Additional faculty members may consider teaching it in the

future.


B.

Number of other staff positions required.



No other staff positions
are required.


C.

Discipline(s) required and/or minimum preparation in order to teach

the course.






Faculty s
hould

have a degree in computer science or a





related area.


V.

RELATIONSHIP TO SUNY GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS*

Is this course being p
roposed as a SUNY General Education Course. If so,


This course is not proposed as a SUNY General Education Course.


A.

Identify which of the ten SUNY knowledge and skills areas the course

would fulfill.





*The ten SUNY knowledge and skill areas are M
athematics, Natural



Sciences, Social Sciences, American History, Western Civilization, Other



World Civilizations, Humanities, The Arts, Foreign Language, Basic



Communication.



B.

Demonstrate how the course outcomes map to the SUNY Learning



Outcomes

for the knowledge and skills areas you have identified. (See


the
Curriculum Website

for further details about the requi
red




outcomes.)


C.

How does this course incorporate the SUNY infused competencies of

Critical Thinking and Information Management? (See the Curriculum

Website for further details about the required outcomes for

Information Management

and
Critical Thinking
.)



D.

Do the faculty within the department/discipline agree to assess this

course according to the appr
oved *
SUNY General Education

Assessment


Plan,

using assessment measures, i.e., instruments that

measure the attainment of student learning outcomes as described in

the plan?



*Be sure to see i
f the original assessment plan has been updated either



through the
strengthened campus
-
based assessment plan

or through a



closing
-

the
-
loop process.

Contact
Dr. Allen Jacobs
, College Associate Dean for


Assessment of Academic and Student Affairs for further information.




VI.

COSTS

List costs and space requirements.






No extra costs are expected.


VII
.

COURSE SYLLABUS


(See Appendix Below.)

SUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE

COLLEGE COURSE SYLLABUS

FORM


To meet the ideals of Suffolk County Community College, new courses should, if appropriate, consider
issues arising from elements of cultural diversity

in areas of textbook choice, selection of library and
audio
-
visual materials, and teaching methodology.

(Please note that a course syllabus is not the same
as a course outline. A course syllabus outlines the general requirements for a course. A course
outline is the specific document created by the individual faculty member to distribute to a specific
course section. Please see the
Faculty Handbook

for further details as to what to include
in a course
outline. A SAMPLE course outline should be attached below.)


I.


Course Number and Title:



(Be sure to consider whether this course is a 100
-

or 200
-
level course and give a



rationale for the decision.)






CST278


Mobile Programming


It
is a 200
-
level course since it requires integration of a wide range of


knowledge. It requires CST141 as pre
-
requisite and CST242 as

a

prerequisite or

co
-
requisite.



II.


Catalog Description:




Mobile computing on devices such as MP3 players, cell p
hones and tablets is one of
the fastest growing areas in computing today. We will study many aspects of this
field, with particular emphasis on open platform for devices programmable in Java,
currently epitomized by Google's Android platform. Topics includ
e local IDEs, GUIs,
event driven programming, 2D graphics, databases, networking, accessing the built
-
in
sensors (e.g., accelerometers, GPS, etc.) and using existing frameworks (e.g., maps,
web browsers, etc.). These will be studied in the context of profe
ssional software
development. Programs will be written using an emulator that runs on all of the major
operating systems, but for maximum benefit, the student may consider acquiring an
Android device. Prerequisite: CST141 with C or higher;
Prerequisite or
Co
-
requisite:
CST242; or department permission.




III.

*Learning Outcomes:
(Main concepts, principles, and skills





you want students to learn from this course)



Upon completion of this course students will:

1.

Describe primary features of

Android platfo
rm;

2.

Write programs that run on an emulator hosted by all of the major
operating systems as well as on Android devices;

3.

Implement GUIs, event driven programming, and 2D graphics of the
Android platform;

4.

Implement mobile applications to access d
atabases, and

networking.

5.

Develop mobile programs

to access the built
-
in sensors such as accelerometers,
GPS, etc.

6.

Integrate all the above programming aspects in a professional development
context.




IV.


Programs that Require this Course:
(List or indicate none.)




Not required by any programs but

Computer Science and Information



Technology pr
ograms will use it
as a restricted elective.


V.


M
ajor Topics Required
:


1.

Intro
duction

to Mobile Computing, the primary platforms, and the difference between
traditional c
omputing and mobile (constraint of resources). Installing the Eclipse IDE, the
Android SDK and generating Android Emulators and a first program
.


2.

Declarative Generation of User Interfaces. The use of XML resource files to describe the user
interface (and t
heir java code equivalent). Layout managers
-

especially Linear and Tabular
and nested layouts. Simple widgets (text fields, buttons, images) and more complex widgets
such as tables, text editors.


3.

Event Handlers. Writing "onX" event handlers for the major

widget generated events as well
as the Android life
-
cycle events.


4.

Sensors. Includes camera, accelerometer, GPS, microphone and writing programs that make
use of these sensors.


5.

Two
-
D Graphics and images. Includes drawing lines, shapes, text and having th
e user interact
with these.


6.

Storing Data and Databases. How to use the limited local file system and SQLLite for
application related data.


7.

Networking. The differences between telephone network, wireless, and "wi
-
fi" and using
these networks to access Int
ernet
-
based services (e.g., twitter) and building one's own
network applications.


8.

Multitouch. Using gesture based user interfaces (multiple fingers, pinching, swiping, etc.) to
enhance the user experience and to work around the lack of a large keyboard/mo
use
.


9.

The Android/Java Marketplace. Sharing and selling your programs.






VI.

Special Instructions:



A.

Prerequisite(s) to this Course:
(List or indicate none)


CST141 with a C or better. CST242 as
prerequisite or
co
-
requisite.




B.

Course(s) that Req
uire this Course as a Prerequisite:



(List courses or indicate none)




None.



C.

External Jurisdiction:
(List credentialing organization/association if



appropriate or indicate none.)





None.


VII.

Supporting Information:
(Examples


newspapers,

journals,





Internet resources, CD
-
ROMS, Videos, other teaching materials, textbooks, etc.)




VIII.

Optional Topics:
(List or indicate none)




None.


IX.

Evaluation of Student P
erformance:


List possible methods to be used for evaluating students’ a
chievement of the

course’s learning outcomes.




In
-
class exams,
class participation, and
take home projects and




assignments.


X.


Sample Course Outline




(See Faculty Handbook online at
h
ttp://depthome.sunysuffolk.edu/FacultyHandbook/





for guidelines.)

Suffolk County Community College

Computer Science and Information Technology

Student Course Outline

Fall 2013


Course:




CST278


Mobile Programming

Section:




94670

Instructor:




Prof. David R. Stampf

Prerequisites/ Corequisites:

CST141/CST242


Textbook:

Beginning Android 3
by Mark Murphy, Apress.


Course Description:


Mobile computing on devices such as MP3 players, cell phones and tablets is one of
the fastest growing areas in

computing today. We will study many aspects of this
field, with particular emphasis on open platform for devices programmable in Java,
currently epitomized by Google's Android platform. Topics include local IDEs, GUIs,
event driven programming, 2D graphic
s, databases, networking, accessing the built
-
in
sensors (e.g., accelerometers, GPS, etc.) and using existing frameworks (e.g., maps,
web browsers, etc.). These will be studied in the context of professional software
development. Programs will be written u
sing an emulator that runs on all of the major
operating systems, but for maximum benefit, the student may consider acquiring an
Android device. Prerequisite: CST141 with C or higher;
Prerequisite or
Co
-
requisite:
CST242; or department permission.




OBJEC
TIVES:

Upon completion of this course students will:

1.

Describe

of the

primary features of

Android platform;

2.

Write programs that run on an emulator hosted by all of the major operating
systems as well as on Android devices;

3.

Implement GUIs, event driven progr
amming, and 2D graphics of the Android
platform;

4.

Implement mobile applications to access d
atabases, and networking.

5.

Develop mobile programs

to access the built
-
in sensors such as accelerometers, GPS,
etc.

6.

Integrate all the above programming aspects in a pr
ofessional development context.


Procedures for Accomplishing These Objectives:



The course will be a mixture of lecture with laboratory. The lectures

will amplify

reading
assignments from the text and other assigned rea
dings. Laboratory sessions

will
p
rovide vital “hands
-
on” experience with Android pro
gramming. In addition,

homework
assignments and projects will require the student to rea
d from the text

and use the web
to research programming issues and to write programs.


Student Responsibilities:


S
tudents are responsible for all work covered in class. If the student is late or


absent, it is the student's responsibility to determine what has been covered and


assigned.



Theft of software and intellectual property (IP) is unacceptable. Students are

not


permitted to copy any software used in class unless specifically instructed to do


so. Commercial software is protected under federal copyright laws. Any students


who illegally copy files may be dismissed from class and given a final grade of F.



O
ne learns a new pr
ogramming framework by using it, r
eading it, writing it,


experimenting with it and making mistakes. You will not learn to program the


Android platform if you only read the text or only listen to my lectures. You will


have to live it fo
r the next 4 months.


Student Attendance Policy:


It is the

college policy to permit up to one

week

s worth of absence. After


that, you must speak with the professor.




Grading Practices:



Class participation
:


10%


Homework
:



20%


Projects
:



70%


Wee
kly Topics:

1.

Intro
duction

to Mobile Computing, the primary platforms, and the difference between traditional
computing and mobile (constraint of resources).

Installing the Eclipse IDE, the Android SDK
and generating Android Emulators and a first program.


2.

Continuing discussion of last week’s topics.


3.

Declarative Generation of User Interfaces. The use of XML resource files to describe the user
interface (and their java code equivalent).
Layout managers
-

especially Linear and Tabular and
nested layouts. Simp
le widgets (text fields, buttons, images) and more complex widgets such as
tables, text editors.


4.

Event Handlers. Writing "onX" event handlers for the major widget generated events as well as
the Android life
-
cycle events.


5.

Continuing discussion of last we
ek’s topics.


6.

Sensors. Includes camera, accelerometer, GPS, microphone and writing programs that make use
of these sensors.


7.

Continue discussion of last week’s topics.



8.

Two
-
D Graphics and images. Includes drawing lines, shapes, text and having the user in
teract
with these.


9.

Continuing discussion of last week’s topics.


10.

Storing Data and Databases. How to use the limited local file system and SQLLite for application
related data.


11.

Networking. The differences between telephone network, wireless, and "wi
-
fi" a
nd using these
networks to access Internet
-
based services (e.g., twitter) and building one's own network
applications.


12.

Continuing discussion of last week’s topics.


13.

Multitouch. Using gesture based user interfaces (multiple fingers, pinching, swiping, etc.
) to
enhance the user experience and to work around the lack of a large keyboard/mouse
.


14.

The Android/Java Marketplace. Sharing and selling your programs.


15.

Final exam.



SUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE

EXECUTIVE DEAN’S ACKNOWLEDGMENT
-
OF
-
SUPPORT


The Propo
ser should email completed proposal packet along with the Executive Dean’s
Acknowledgment
-
of
-
Support Form. The Proposer should complete the top half of the form and the
Executive Dean should check the “Support” or “Do Not Support” line based on the Campus
’ ability to
commit to implementing the proposal if it is approved through the Governance process.


Criteria to consider for supporting this proposal are listed below. If the Executive Dean is in general
support of the proposal but has specific concerns
related to the proposal, these concerns should be
stated in the comment section.

If the Executive Dean does not support the proposal, specific reasons
should be listed in the comment section.


The Executive Dean should email completed form to Proposer so
that it can be included in the
proposal packet to be submitted to the College Curriculum Committee Chair.


******************************************************************

The Executive

Dean’s Acknowledgement
-
of Support is a commitment to
support the imp
lementation of the course adoption

in terms of:



Academic Merit



Availability of Personnel



Adequacy of Facilities



Budgetary Needs for Supplies and Equipment

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This section to be filled out by P
roposer:


Name of Proposal
: _
CST278 Mobile Programming New Course Proposal
_______



Adopting
Campus: A__
X
__ E__
X
__ G__
X
___


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This section to be filled out by Executive Dea
n:


____
Yes
______Support



__________Do Not Support


Name of Executive Dean:___
James M. Keane

Date__
March 4, 2013
__________________________


Comments:











SUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE

EXECUTIVE DEAN’S ACKNOWLEDGMENT
-
OF
-
SUPPORT


The Proposer shou
ld email completed proposal packet along with the Executive Dean’s
Acknowledgment
-
of
-
Support Form. The Proposer should complete the top half of the form and the
Executive Dean should check the “Support” or “Do Not Support” line based on the Campus’ abilit
y to
commit to implementing the proposal if it is approved through the Governance process.


Criteria to consider for supporting this proposal are listed below. If the Executive Dean is in general
support of the proposal but has specific concerns related
to the proposal, these concerns should be
stated in the comment section.

If the Executive Dean does not support the proposal, specific reasons
should be listed in the comment section.


The Executive Dean should email completed form to Proposer so that it
can be included in the
proposal packet to be submitted to the College Curriculum Committee Chair.


******************************************************************

The Executive

Dean’s Acknowledgement
-
of Support is a commitment to
support the implementat
ion of the course adoption

in terms of:



Academic Merit



Availability of Personnel



Adequacy of Facilities



Budgetary Needs for Supplies and Equipment

******************************************************************

This section to be filled out by Proposer:


Name of Proposal
: _
CST278 Mobile Programming New Course Proposal
_______



Adopting
Campus: A__
X
__ E__
X
__ G__
X
___


************************************************************************

This section to be filled out by Executive Dean:


____
Yes
______Support



__________Do Not Support


Name of Executive Dean:___
Evon Walters
_______________________________


Date__
March 4, 2013
__________________________


Comments:











SUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE

EXECUTIVE DEAN’S ACKNOWLEDGMENT
-
OF
-
SUPP
ORT


The Proposer should email completed proposal packet along with the Executive Dean’s
Acknowledgment
-
of
-
Support Form. The Proposer should complete the top half of the form and the
Executive Dean should check the “Support” or “Do Not Support” line based

on the Campus’ ability to
commit to implementing the proposal if it is approved through the Governance process.


Criteria to consider for supporting this proposal are listed below. If the Executive Dean is in general
support of the proposal but has spec
ific concerns related to the proposal, these concerns should be
stated in the comment section.

If the Executive Dean does not support the proposal, specific reasons
should be listed in the comment section.


The Executive Dean should email completed form t
o Proposer so that it can be included in the
proposal packet to be submitted to the College Curriculum Committee Chair.


******************************************************************

The Executive

Dean’s Acknowledgement
-
of Support is a commitment to
s
upport the implementation of the course adoption

in terms of:



Academic Merit



Availability of Personnel



Adequacy of Facilities



Budgetary Needs for Supplies and Equipment

******************************************************************

This section to be f
illed out by Proposer:


Name of Proposal
: _
CST278 Mobile Programming New Course Proposal
_______



Adopting
Campus: A__
X
__ E__
X
__ G__
X
___


************************************************************************

This section to be filled out by

Executive Dean:


____X______Support



__________Do Not Support


Name of Executive Dean:_James E. Sherwood

Date__
March 4, 2013
__________________________


Comments: