Posted: Thursday, March 20, 2014
From the Chair of the College Senate Curriculum Committee
The College Senate Curriculum Committee has reconvened with its reviewing process. Any curricular items sent to the College Senate Office during the winter break have been logged and forwarded to the CSCC for spring 2014 review. Please keep in mind that many items are up for review, and there is no timeline for when your item will be reviewed. Items submitted later in the spring semester will not be guaranteed review before the end of the spring semester. Please follow up with APRs (accepted pending revisions) that the CSCC has requested in order to expedite your courses and programs to the final approval level.
Advanced to the Interim President
The following have been approved by the College Senate Curriculum Committee and forwarded to the interim president for review and approval:
ENT 582 Smart Grid from Systems Perspective
ENT 591 Operations and Management of Modern Grid
HEA 694 Current Issues in Higher Education
MUS 422 Music Leadership, Management, and Administration
SWK 301 Poverty and Public Policy (formerly SWK 319 Dynamics of Poverty)
Advanced to the Curriculum Committee
The following have been received in the College Senate Office and forwarded to the College Senate Curriculum Committee for review:
Minor in Exercise Science
B.S. Electrical Engineering Technology (Smart Grid), BS-SP ETS (0830)
B.S. Electrical Engineering Technology (Electronics), BS-SP ETE (0831)
Graduate Certificate in Public Management, GRCT-NS PMG
M.P.A. Public Administration, MPA-NS PNM
FAR 374 The History and Culture of Art Collecting and the Public Museum. Prerequisites: FAR 250 and FAR 251. Study of the history and theory of art collecting in Europe and America within historical, cultural, and intellectual contexts. Examination of specific collectors and collections, cultural practices associated with collecting, methods of displaying art, and approaches to viewing art.
HEA 591 Women in Higher Education. Prerequisite: Graduate status. Applied approach to examining the presence of women in higher education within the larger constructs of race, ethnicity, and gender. Analysis of the socialization of women in higher education at the student, faculty, and administrator levels to expand understanding of the barriers and opportunities for success of women in the academe.
SWK 419 Social Welfare Policy. Prerequisites: Social work major; senior status; BIO 101, CWP 102, MAT 311, SWK 220, SWK 301, SWK 307, SWK 308, SWK 317, SWK 320, SWK 422, SWK 423, and SWK 424. The American social welfare state; historical responses to need; discrimination, oppression, and social welfare policy; policy research, analysis, and creation; grant proposals; legislative briefs.
SWK 493 Field Practicum I. Prerequisites: Social work major; senior status; minimum GPA of 2.5 (both cumulative and in the major); BIO 101, CWP 102, MAT 311, SWK 220, SWK 301, SWK 307, SWK 308, SWK 317, SWK 320, SWK 422, SWK 423, and SWK 424. Supervised internship, concurrent on-campus seminar; integrated coursework and internship experience.
SWK 494 Field Practicum II. Prerequisites: Social work major; senior status; minimum GPA of 2.5 (both cumulative and in the major); BIO 101, CWP 102, MAT 311, SWK 220, SWK 301, SWK 307, SWK 308, SWK 317, SWK 320, SWK 419, SWK 422, SWK 423, SWK 424, SWK 491, and SWK 493. Supervised internship