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Posted: Thursday, December 13, 2012

Curricular Items

Curricular Items

From the Chair of the College Senate Curriculum Committee

Correction:

The following two courses were published in the November 8, 2012, issue of the Daily Bulletin as new course proposals when in fact they are course revisions. The course descriptions remain the same; the routing forms have been corrected.

FRE 301 Introduction to Contemporary Francophone Culture
FRE 302 Introduction to Francophone Media

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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:
ENT 481 Renewable Distributed Generation and Storage
FTT 475 Senior Seminar in Fashion Merchandising and Marketing

HIS 358 History and Culture of Paraguay
HIS 361 History and Culture of Brazil
SCI 679 Seminar in Science Education

Course Revisions:
ENT 471 Power Systems I
ENT 472 Power Systems II

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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:

Program Revision:
Minor in Biology (1725)

New Courses:
CRS 619 Organizational Creativity and Innovation. Prerequisite: CRS 559. Interest in managing and promoting creativity in organizations has grown in recent years. This course explores current research and practice related to organizational creativity and innovation. From an applied perspective, this course focuses on developing students’ skills in leading innovation and change initiatives in organizations.

PSC 398 Political Science Teaching Practicum. Prerequisites: PSC 101, PSC 203, and PSC 204 with a minimum grade of B in each course; nine additional hours in political science; 3.0 cumulative GPA; 3.0 GPA in political science. How political science courses are constructed and administered. Lecture development, exam construction, record keeping, and student engagement. Mentoring, preparing students for examinations and writing assignments.

PSC 421 Discrimination and the U.S. Constitution. Prerequisite: PSC 101. The equal protection provision of the U.S. Constitution and its importance to modern life. Development of equal protection jurisprudence throughout the past 140 years. The reach and potentialities of equal protection analysis: fundamental rights, suspect classes, expansion, and retrenchment.