2002-2003 Meetings Agendas and Materials

September 12, 2002

PENDING ITEMS from Summer

College of Architecture, Design and Construction

College of Education

HLHP 7670 – Laboratory Techniques in Bimomechanics

College of Liberal Arts

French and Apparel Merchandising

FLFR 4610 – French for Fashion and Apparel Merchandising I

FLFR 4620 – French for Fashion and Apparel Merchandising II

NEW ITEMS

College of Liberal Arts

College of Engineering

 Materials Engineering

 MATL 2100 – Introduction to Materials Science

 MATL 3100 – Engineering Materials – Metals

 MATL 3300 – Engineering Materials – Ceramics

 TXEN 2500 – Biomedical Textiles

September 26, 2002

College of Agriculture

Agricultural Communications

HORT 2250 – Interior Plants and Floral Design

PLPA 3000 – General Plant Pathology


College of Business

ACCT 3110 – Intermediate Financial Acct I

ACCT 3120 – Intermediate Financial Acct II

ACCT 3210 – Managerial Design & Use of Cost Accounting Information

ACCT 3510 – Accounting Information Systems

ACCT 4310 – Control, Assurance & Auditing of Accounting Information

ACCT 7430/7436 – Taxes & Decision Making


College of Education

EDMD 3100 – Selection and Utilization of Instructional Technology

EDMD 3200 – Teaching with Technology

EDMD 3300 – Utilization of Instructional Technology for Educators

FOUN 7426 – Learning Theory and Educational Practice

English Language Arts Education

October 10, 2002

College of Architecture, Design and Construction

Bachelor of Science in Building Construction

BSCI 3300 – Field Surveying

BSCI 4750 – Soils and Earthmoving

INDD 2110 – Two Dimensional Industrial Design Principles

INDD 2210 – Three Dimensional Industrial Design Principles

INDD 3110 – Exhibit and Packaging

INDD 3210 – Product Design

INDD 4110 – Advanced Product Design

INDD 4210 – Industrial Design Thesis


College of Business

Accountancy


College of Human Sciences

HDFS 4500 – Hospitalized Children and Their Families

HDFS 4501 – Hospitalized Children and Their Families Lab

 Nutrition and Food Science

Hotel and Restaurant Management

Human Development and Family Studies

October 24, 2002

College of Liberal Arts

PSYC 6611 – Behavioral Pharmacology PSYC 7150 – Biological Psychology PSYC 7180 – Social Psychology PSYC 7190 – Cognitive Psychology PSYC 7910 – Practicum in Applied Psychology PSYC 7970 – Research in Special Topics PSYC 7980 – ABA Capstone Project

College of Science and Mathematics

MATH 6330 – Computational Algebra PHYS 8600 – Plasma Physics PHYS 8700 – Solid State Physics

College of Vet Medicine

VBMS 7260 – Advanced Radiology
November 7, 2002

College of Agriculture

Agricultural Leadership Studies

College of Business

MNGT 4870: Database Server Fundamentals

College of Liberal Arts

WMST 2100:  Introduction to Woman Studies Admission Policy for Communication, Journalism, Public Relations, and Radio/Television/Film majors

College of Agriculture

AGRN 2040: Basic Soil Science AGRN 3040:  Basic Soils AGRN 3120:  Principles of Weed Science AGRN 3150:  Turfgrass Management AGRN 4000:  Advanced Crop Production AGRN 4200:  Soil Judging

College of Business

All Undergraduate Business Programs leading to the B.S. in Business Administration Business Administration Entrepreneurship and Family Business Information Systems Management Operations Management MNGT 3250:  Introduction to Enterprise Operational Systems MNGT 4740:  Quality Management Systems

College of Liberal Arts

JRNL 2910:  Practicum in Journalism
December 2, 2002

College of Agriculture

AGRN 6000:  Soils and Environmental Quality AGRN 6020:  Nutrient Management AGRN 6080:  Soils Resources and Conservation AGRN 6150:  Soil Morphology AGRN 6160:  Advanced Turfgrass Management AGRN 6300:  Soil Chemistry AGRN 7180:  Crop Ecology AGRN 7590:  Soil Physics PLPA 4050:  Plant Disease Diagnosis PLPA 7050:  Plant Disease Diagnosis PLPA 7820:  Research Grant Writing

College of Business

ECON 6706:  Health Economics

College of Education

RSED 6176:  Dist-Ed Transition from School to Work RSED 7236:  Dist-Ed Advanced Behavior Management in Special Education

School of Forestry/Wildlife Sciences

FORY 7980: Master of Forestry Paper

College of Liberal Arts

COMM 1010:  Communication Skills in Leadership Settings COMM 7980:  Non-Thesis Project in Communication

College of Veterinary Medicine

VBMS 7210:  Radiation Biology VBMS 7750:  Graduate Colloquium in Veterinary Clinical Science VMED 7440:  Advanced Equine Arthroscopic Surgery
Curriculum Model Issues (Outstanding)
Proposed Curriculum Model Changes that have not been approved by Curriculum Committee as of 10/5/02
COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE Agronomy & Soils  Production Track, Business Track, Turfgrass Track, Science Track * AGRN 3040 (Basic Soils) is listed as a required course.  We are dropping AGRN 3040, and would like to require AGRN 2040 (Basic Soils) as a replacement. Animal Sciences – Pre-Vet – Pre-Professional Option * Given the new track in Muscle Foods (ANMF), college would like to remove ANSC-3700 Muscle Foods as a requirement in our ANPV option.  College proposes replace ANSC 3700 with a 4 hour directed elective (upper-level life science course with lab) in the Junior year then add ANSC 3700 to the list of recommended directed electives.  The other Directed Elective in the Senior year should be 2-4 credit hours depending on the course selected, so the balance of Free Electives should be 10-12 credit hours. Animal Sciences – Production Management Option * Given the new track in Muscle Foods (ANMF), college would like to remove ANSC-3700 Muscle Foods as a requirement in our ANSC option.  College proposes to move ECON 2020 to the Junior year and replace ANSC 3700 with a 4 hour directed elective (upper-level life science course with lab) in the Senior year then add ANSC 3700 to the list of recommended directed electives.  The other Directed Elective in the Senior year should be 2-4 credit hours depending on the course selected, so the balance of Free Electives should be 5-7 credit hours. Horticulture (all three tracks) Modify all three tracks (models) to reflect a reduction of one credit in elective hours to accommodate increase in credit of PLPA 3000 from 3 to 4 hours.  Curriculum model for Fruit and Vegetable Production track also reflects replacement of AGRN 3040 with AGRN 2040 to accommodate deletion of AGRN 2040 by the Department of Agronomy and Soils.  Old and new curriculum of one credit in elective hours to accommodate increase in credit of PLPA 3000 from 3 to 4 credit hours.
COLLEGE OF BUSINESS Marketing * Change MNGT 3140 to 2 credits.  Add MNGT (2 credits)
COLLEGE OF HUMAN SCIENCES Hotel and Restaurant Management * Rearrange courses in the model.   This change only effects the department.  This will help resolve some class scheduling issues. Nutrition and Food Science (Nutrition/Dietetic Option and Food Science Option) * Rearrange courses in the model.   This change only effects the department.  This will help resolve some class scheduling issues.
COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS Communication * Move two courses (COMM 3450 and COMM 3700) to a different section of the curriculum sheet.  After this move, the number of courses offered in that section of the curriculum sheet will increase from three to five.  The move will give our majors a greater selection in courses they can take to complete their studies. Public Administration * Add POLI 1030 and 1040 to PUBA Ethics classes. * POLI 4970-006 (Special Topics in Public Policy) is added to Group 2 courses (Govt & Adm) * POLI 3030 (African-American Political Thought) is added to the Group 3 courses (Cultural Diversity) * POLI 3300 (Law and Society) is added to the Group 5 courses (Public Law) Public Relations * Moving JRNL 4460: Press Law and Ethics from a choice among REQUIRED courses to a choice among MAJOR ELECTIVES.
COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS Memo – Applied Mathematics Degree Memo – ACHE ACHE Proposal Applied Mathematics Option in Actuarial Sciences Applied Mathematics Option in Applied Discrete Mathematics Applied Mathematics Option in Applied  Mathematics *Add UNIV 4990 Graduation to Models. *Rearrange order in which courses appear in the model.  No change in courses required or total hours.
January 23, 2003

School of Pharmacy and COSAM

(Change in Requirements for Pre-Pharmacy in response to change in admissions requirements)

College of Education

(Request to increase hours in Music Education to accomodate EDMD 3300, which approved in Fall 2002)

College of Agriculture

(Request to increase hours in Turgrass to accomodate change in PLPA 3000)


ELECTRONIC VOTE


College of Agriculture

Agronomy and Soil

PLPA 4200 – Introductory Mycology

PLPA 7200 – Introductory Mycology


College of Architecture, Design and Construction

Bachelor of Science in Building Construction

BSCI 3300 – Field Surveying

BSCI 4750 – Soils and Earthmoving


College of Education

CTMU 7516 – Research Studies in Music Education

CTMU 7546 – Evaluation of Program in Music Education

CTMU 7556 – Applications of Technology in Music Education

CTSE 7520/7526 – Curriculum and Teaching in Foreign Languages

CTSE 8980/8986 – Field Project

RSED 7226 – Advanced Teaching Methods in Special Education

February 3, 2003

College of Business

ACCT 6310/6316 – Advanced Assurance & Auditing

AMLG 3100 – Propulsion and Systems

AMLG 3330 – Advanced Aerodynamics

MKTG 4500 – Marketing on the Internet


School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences

FORY 4600 – Wildland Recreation Philosophy and Policy


College of Liberal Arts

RTVF 3800 – Multimedia Production

JRNL 4450 – Corporate Publications


College of Human Sciences 

Curriculum in Human Development and Family Studies

HDFS 4920 – Internship in Human Development and Family Studies

March 6, 2003

College of Agriculture

ANSC 4000 – Modern Livestock Systems


College of Business

AMLG 4920 – Internship in Aviation Management
      Increase total hours that a s student may receive in AMLG 4920


School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences

Memo

Bachelor of Science in Forestry

FOEN 3000 – Introduction to Forestry Operations

FORY 3060 – Introduction to Forest Management Strategies

FORY 4970 – Senior Project

FORY 6230 – Silviculture


College of  Human Sciences

HDFS 3920 – Service Learning in Human Development and Family Studies


College of Liberal Arts

JRNL 4320 – Newspaper Management

JRNL 4920 – Journalism Internship

March 20, 2003

School of Nursing

Master of Science in Nursing (MSN)

NURS 7110 – Applied Clinical Concepts I

NURS 7120 – Applied Clinical Concepts II

NURS 7210 – The Role of the CNS for Advanced Practice

NURS 7220 – Principles of Ethics for the Health Professional

NURS 7230 – Human Diversity

NURS 7240 – Health Parity in Diverse Populations

NURS 7250 – Public Policy and Health Care Financing

NURS 7260 – Research:  Evidenced-Based Practice I

NURS 7270 – Research:  Evidenced-Based Practice II

NURS 7310 – Theoretical Foundations for Teaching Learning in Nursing

NURS 7320 – Development and Evaluation of Educational Programs in Nursing

NURS 7910 – CNS Practicum in Education

NURS 7930 – Directed Studies in Nursing

NURS 7980 – Research Project

NURS 7990 – Research & Thesis

April 3, 2003

College of Business

BUSI 2010 – Comtemporary Issues in Business Administration II


College of Engineering

CSSE Curriculum Changes
Model: Bachelor of Computer Science
Model: Bachelor of Software Engineering

COMP 1210 – Fundamentals of Computing I

COMP 2210 – Fundamentals of Computing II

COMP 2710 – Software Construction    

COMP 3220 – Principles of Programming Languages

COMP  3240 – Discrete Structures

COMP 3270 – Introduction to Algorithms

COMP 3500 – Introduction to Operating Systems

COMP 3700 – Software Modeling and Design

COMP 3710 – Wireless Software Engineering

COMP 4200 – Formal Languages


College of Liberal Arts

Religious Studies Option within the Philosophy program


Addendum
AGRI 6800:  Advanced Agricultural Leadership Development

Agricultural Leadership Studies

GEOL 6300 – Basin Analysis

April 17, 2003

College of Agriculture

AGRN 4210 – Advanced Soil Judging


School of Architecture

CPLN 6000 – Death and Life of Great American Cities


College of Education

CTMU 7906 – Independent Study (Distance Version)

 CTMU 7976 – Special Topic (Distance Section)

CTMU 8986 – Field Project (Distance Version

Distance Learning Graduate Programs in Distance Education (M.Ed. & Ed.S.) – Pending (waiting for clarification that this may be pulled by the college)


College of Engineering

MATL 6970 – Intermediate Special Topics in Materials Engineering

MATL 7970 – Advanced Special Topics in Materials Engineering


College of Human Sciences

HDFS 4995 – Advanced Undergraduate Research in Human Development and Family Studies

HDFS 7030 – Advanced Family and Social Policy


College of Liberal Arts

ENGL 3710 – Survey of African- American Literature

JRNL 2910 – Practicum in Journalism

JRNL 4320 – Newspaper Management

JRNL 4460 – Press Law and Ethics

JRNL 4470 –  Advanced Feature Writing

JRNL 4490 –  Literary Journalism

MUSI 7096 – Survey of Choral Literature (Distance Section)

MUSI 7126/7136 – Band Arranging I, II (Distance Section)

May 1, 2003

Electronic Meeting


COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE

Agricultural Communication


COLLEGE OF BUSINESS

BUSI 4920 – Business Internship


COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

CTSE 1020 – Developmental Studies:  Mathematics

CTMU 4970 – Special Topics in Area of Specialization


COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING

Bachelor of Industrial Systems and Engineering


COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS

Africana Studies

AFRI 2000 – Introduction to Africana Studies

B.A. in Political Science

Political  Science

CMDS 3400 – The Speech and Hearing Mechanism

CMDS 3550 – Speech and Hearing Science

ENGL 4160 – Technology, Literacy, and Culture

ENGL 4580 – Topics in African American Literature

July 9, 2003

Electronic Meeting


COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

CTRD 6716 – Literacy and Inquiry in the Content Areas, 6-12


COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING

COMP 6210/6216 – Compiler Construction

COMP 6330 – Parallel and Distributed Computing

COMP 6400/6406 – Fundamentals of Computer Graphics

ENVI 2010 – Environmental Science Seminar

INSY 7400/7406 – Simulation Modeling and Analysis


COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS

JRNL 4470 – Advanced Feature Writing

JRNL 4490 – Literary Journalism


COLLEGE OF SCIENCES AND MATHEMATICS

GEOG 7210 – Climatology

GEOG 7830 – Geographic Information Systems

July 9, 2003 (Addendum)

Electronic Meeting


COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE, DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION

LAND 7000/4000 – Landscape Foundation Studio

LAND 7001/4001 – Field Studies: Found. Studio

LAND 7100/4100 – Materials & Structure Studio

LAND 7110/4110 – Field Studies, Materials & Structure Studio

LAND 7120/4110 – History of Landscape Design

LAND 7140/4140 – Landscape Architecture Construction I

LAND 7170/4170 – Design Communication

August 28, 2003

College of Architecture

INDD Memo

Industrial Design (INDD)

INDD 2110 – Two Dimensional Industrial Design Principles

INDD 2210 – Three Dimensional Industrial Design Principles

INDD 3110 – Exhibit and Packing

INDD 3210 – Product Design

INDD 4110 – Advanced Product Design

INDD 4210 – Industrial Design Thesis


College of Engineering

Chemical Engineering

CHEN 2@@0 – Chemical Engineering Progress Assessment I

CHEN 3@@0 – Chemical Engineering Progress Assessment II

Textile Engineering Memo

Fiber Engineering (Change degree name from Textile Engineering)


College of COSAM

GEOG Memo

GEOG 4210 – Climatology

GEOG 4820 – Aerial Photography and Remote Sensing

GEOG 4830 – Geographic Information Systems

GEOG 7010 – Urban Geography

GEOG 7210 – Climatology

GEOG 7350 – Economic Geography

GEOG 7600 – Global Resources and the Environment

GEOG 7800 – Geographic Thought

GEOG 7820 – Aerial Photography and Remote Sensing

GEOG 7830 – Geographic Information Systems