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Posted: Thursday, December 6, 2012

Curricular Items

Curricular Items

From the Chair of the College Senate Curriculum Committee
Advanced to the Curriculum Committee
The following have been received in the College Senate Office and forwarded to the Senate Curriculum Committee for review and approval:

New Courses:
ADE 660 Grant Writing for Education and Training. In-depth examination of the strategies for writing a successful grant-funding application in the field of education. Students participate in all aspects of the grant development process, including identifying agency strengths, researching potential funding sources and opportunities, writing application materials, developing budgets, and creating evaluation plans.

FRE 308 French Culture: Revolution to Belle Époque. Prerequisite: FRE 302. Taught in French. Introduction to key historical, social, cultural, and literary figures, works, ideologies, and events in France from 1789 to 1890.

FRE 310 Issues in Professional Communication. Prerequisite: FRE 302. Taught in French. Strategies for bicultural, bilingual communication. Examination of communication and miscommunication commonly experienced by U.S. nationals in Francophone settings. Oral, written, and reading skill-building practice at the advanced-mid level of the ACTFL (American Council for the Teaching of Foreign Language) scale.

PAD 560 The Aging Network. Prerequisite: Graduate status. Comprehensive overview of national and state policies, programs, and services for older adults delivered through the Aging Network, a collection of nonprofit and public-sector agencies.

Course Revision:
FRE 307 French Culture: Renaissance to Revolution. Prerequisite: FRE 302. Taught in French. Introduction to historical, social, cultural, and literary figures and works in France from 1515 to 1789.

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Advanced to the President
The following have been approved by the College Senate Curriculum Committee and forwarded to the president for review and approval:

New Courses:
GLC 688 Internship
IDE 102 Digital Presentation Methods
SCI 650 Curricular Research Topics in Science Education
SCI 677 Initial Middle School Science Teaching Experience
SCI 678 Initial High School Science Teaching Experience

New Course and Intellectual Foundations Designation:
HUMANITIES
MUS 223 Sacred Music in Western Society

Course Revisions:
ANT 341 Indigenous Art of North America
MAT 270 Discrete Mathematics
SCI 502 Secondary Science Education Teaching: Theory, Content, and Pedagogy