2006-2007 Meetings Agendas and Materials

August 24, 2006

 College of Education

 Music Education/Instrumental and Vocal Music

 CTEE 7410 – Curriculum & Teaching in Social Science (Grades K-6)

CTEE 7420 – Curriculum & Teaching in Language Arts (Grades K-6)

CTEE 7430 – Curriculum & Teaching in Natural Science (Grades K-6)

CTEE 7440 – Curriculum & Teaching in Mathematics (Grades K-6)

CTEE 7520 – Curriculum & Teaching in Areas of Specialization

College of Engineering

 Master of Sciences in Integrated Textile and Apparel Sciences

 CIVL 5480/6480/6486 – Legal Aspects of Civil Engineering Practice

 CIVL 5630/6630/6636 – Advanced Concrete Materials

 CIVL 7810/7816 – Advanced Construction Materials

CIVL 7840/7846 – Pavement Management and Rehabilitation

 ELEC 5270/6270/6276 – Low-Power Design of Electronic Circuits

College of Human Sciences

 Apparel Merchandising, Design and Production Management

Interior Design

 CAHS 5860/6860 – Advanced Retail Buying and Accountability

Provost Office

 Women’s Studies

College of COSAM

SCMH 5010 – Clinical Applications I

    SCMH 5020 – Clinical Applications II

September 28, 2006

College of Business

Information Assurance
Form: Add a Minor

College of Liberal Arts

Cover Letter

PSYC 7250 – Clinical Research Methods and Ethics
Form: Add a New Course
Syllabus
PSYC 8310 – Introduction to Clinical Ethics and Methods
Form: Modify a Course
Syllabus (proposed)
Model (current)
PSYC 8320 – Psychological Assessment of Adults
Form: Modify a Course
Syllabus (proposed)
Model (current)
PSYC 8360 – Assessment of Cognitive Abilities and Achievement
Form: Add a New Course
Syllabus
PSYC 8410 – Psychological Assessment of Children and Families
Form: Modify a Course
Syllabus (proposed)
Model (current)
PSYC 8430 – Conceptualization and Treatment of Child Psychopathology
Form: Add a New Course
Syllabus

Provost Office

UNIV 1100 – First Year Seminar “Subtitle”
Form: Modify a Course
Syllabus
Cover Letter

College of COSAM

SCMH 5010 – Clinical Applications I
Form: Add a New Course
Syllabus

SCMH 5020 – Clinical Applications II
Form: Add a New Course
Syllabus

October 12, 2006

College of Agriculture

Agronomy and Soils
ANSC 3940 – Study/Travel in Animal Sciences
AGRI 1000 – Introduction to Agriculture ENTM/PLPA 2000 – Pests, Pathogens, Parasites and People PLPA 3000/3004 – General Plant Pathology

 College of Business

Accountancy ACCT 4900: Independent Study ACCT: 4920: Accounting Internship

College of Liberal Arts

English Minor CMDS 5120 – Audiology Clinical Methods ENGL 4310 – Drama of Shakespeare’s Contemporaries ENGL 4450 – Irish Literature RTVF 3340 – Foundations of Mass Communication Abroad
October 26, 2006

College of Business

MEMO: Department of Aviation Management

Supply Chain Management

Supply Chain Management

SCMN 3150: Business Process Management

SCMN 3710: Demand Fulfillment

SCMN 3720: Transportation Management

SCMN 3730: Supply Management

SCMN 4700: Supply Chain Performance Management

SCMN 4730: Supply Chain Tools and Technologies

SCMN 4780: Transportation Strategy

SCMN 4800: Supply Chain Strategy: A Global Perspective

SCMN 4810: Professional Development in Supply Chain Management

SCMN 4900: Special Problems in Supply Chain Management

SCMN 4920: Internship in Supply Chain Management

SCMN 4970: Special Topics in Supply Chain Management

SCMN 5710: Advanced Process Analysis

SCMN 5720: Quality and Process Improvement

MNGT 5710/5713/6710/6716 – Information Risk Analysis

College of Pharmacy

Memo: Paul Jungnickel

Doctor of Pharmacy

PYDI 5100 – Drugs and Diseases II

PYDI 5140 – Principles of Pharmacokinetics

 

College of Education

RSED 5203/6206 – Vocational Evaluation in Rehabilitation

November 9, 2006

College of Science and Mathematics

Masters Program in Geography

GEOG 5220/6220 – Geomorphology

GEOG 5310/6310 – Rural Geography

GEOG 5510/6510 – Human-Environment Interaction

GEOG 5700/6700 – Quantitative Methods and Spatial Analysis

GEOG 5710/6710 – Field Methods

GEOG 5860/6860 – Advanced Concepts in Cartography

GEOG 5870/6870 – Advanced Remote Sensing

GEOG 5880/6880 – Advanced Geographic Information Systems

GEOG 7990 – M.S. Research and Thesis

College of Liberal Arts

CMDS 5630 – Counseling in Audiology

College of Veterinary Medicine

VBMS 7690 – Readings in Immunology and Infectious Disease

November 30, 2006

College of Architecture

BSCI 3550 – Construction Information Technology II

College of Business

MNGT 4200 – Business Plan for the New Venture

MNGT 5370 – Project Management

College of Education

Chemistry Education/Chemistry

English Language Arts Education

Mathematics Education/Mathematics

College of Human Sciences

Hotel and Restaurant Management

NUFS 3400 – Hospitality Marketing

NUFS 4300 – Restaurant Management

NUFS 4500 – Hotel Management

ITAS 8970 – Advanced Topics in Integrated Textile and Apparel Quality Control

College of Liberal Arts

Curriculum in French

Curriculum in French-International trade

Curriculum in German

  1. Form: Change an Undergraduate Degree Program
  2. Model (proposed)
  3. Model (current)

Curriculum in German – International Trade

FLSP 7270 – Spanish American Theater I

January 11, 2007

College of Education

PhD. in Health & Human Performance

College of Engineering

Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering

MECH 2220 – Computer-Aided Engineering (new number)

MECH 3130 – Mechanics of Materials

MECH 3200 – Concepts in Design and Manufacturing (new number)

MECH 3210 – Concepts in Design and Manufacturing Lab

MECH 3230 – Machine Design

MECH 4490 – Naval Architecture

MECH 4700 – Integrated Engineering Theory  and  Practice

 

College of  Liberal Arts

CMDS 5940 – Clinical Residency

Medieval and Renaissance/Early Modern Studies

POLI 3350 – Controversies in Constitutional Law

FLFR 3200 – Languages Across the Curriculum Seminar in French

FLGR 3200 – Languages Across the Curriculum Seminar in German

FLSP 3200 – Languages Across the Curriculum Seminar in Spanish

FLIT 3030 – Italian Conversation

FLIT 3050 – Italian Cinema

FLIT 3200 – Languages Across the Curriculum Seminar in Italian

FLIT 3600 – Italian Composition

FLIT 4110 – Masterpieces of Italian Literature I

FLIT 4120 – Masterpieces of Italian Literature II

FLIT 4310 – Business Italian

FLIT 4740 – Translation

FLLN 3200 – Languages Across the Curriculum Seminar in Latin

PSYC 3910 – Supervised Research Experience

Electronic Voting

Electronic response: Please review the following courses. If you have any questions we will discuss at the beginning of the meeting.

 College of Business

MNGT 4830 – Database Management Systems

College of Liberal Arts

 FLIT 3110 – Special Topics in Italian

FLIT 3510 – Introduction to Italian Culture in English

PSYC 3940 – Experiential Learning

Information Items – Only

NOTE:

The approval process for Department name changes does not require a vote by the UCC.  However, does any member see any curricular related issues with these proposed changes?

January 25, 2007

  College of Agriculture

FISH 7410 – Molecular Diagnosis: Principles and Applications

PLPA 8950 – Seminar

HORT4930 – Intermediate Fruit and Vegetable Production

 College of Architecture

INDD 7910 – Industry Practicum

 College of Education

COUN 7440 – Systemic Contexts for Counseling:  Marriage and Family Counseling

COUN 7970 – Special Topics

COUN 8400 – Professional Seminar in Counseling Psychology

COUN 8925 – Internship in Counseling Psychology

COUN 8970 – Special Topics

CTMU 7916 – Practicum in Area of Specialization

CTSE 5040/6040 – Technology and Applications in Secondary Mathematics Education

(new course number)

 College of Engineering

MEMO:  Joe Morgan

Summary of Proposed ISE Changes

INSY 3021 – Methods Engineering, Work Measurement and Ergonomics Lab

INSY 4970 – Industrial & Systems Engineering Special Topics

INSY 5010/6010/6016 – Safety Engineering I

INSY 5500/6500/6506 – Information Technology for Operations

INSY 5800/6800/6806 – Lean Production

INSY 5850/6850/6856 – Electronics Manufacturing Systems

INSY 7020/7026 – Safety Engineering II

INSY 7050/7056 – Industrial Hygiene and Environmental Hazards

INSY 7060/7066 – Ergonomics I

INSY 7080/7086 – Human Factors Engineering

INSY 7240/7246 – Production and Inventory Control Theory

INSY 7470/7476 – Search Methods for Optimization

INSY 7551 – Stochastic Operations Research

INSY 8010 – Advanced Safety Engineering

INSY 8060/8066 – Advanced Ergonomics

INSY 8250 -Scheduling Theory

INSY 8420 – Topics in Optimization

 School of Forestry

FORY 7110 – Forest Biogeochemistry

College of Liberal Arts

PSYC 3910 – Supervised Research Experience

College of COSAM

GEOG 2850 – Map Reading and Analysis

GEOL 4740 – Geology Capstone

Electronic Voting

Electronic response: Please review the following courses. If you have any questions we will discuss at the beginning of the meeting.

College of Agriculture

AGEC 5010/6010 – Farm Management

POUL 8100 – GI Systems and Nutrient Utilization

 College of Business

MNGT 7150 – Managing Organizational Change

Information Items – Only

NOTE: 

The approval process for Department name changes does not require a vote by the UCC.  However, does any member see any curricular related issues with this proposed change?

April 5, 2007

School of Nursing

 NURS 4260 – Mentoring In Nursing

 College of Liberal Arts

 Communication

Radio/Television/Film

COMM 3970 – Special Topics in Communication

FLSP 3050 – Topics in Hispanic Film

 HADM 4300 – Marketing Health Care Finance

Electronic Voting

Electronic response: Please review the following courses. If you have any questions we will discuss at the beginning of the meeting.

College of Business

 FINC 4970 – Special Topics

School of Nursing

  NURS 4240 – Cultural Expeditions in Health Care

 NURS 4250 – Complications of Obstetrical Nursing

April 19, 2007
College of Agriculture Agriculturural Business and Economics POUL 2000 – Poultry and Egg Evaluation and Selection  College of Human Sciences  NUFS 5380/6380 – Study/Travel in Nutrition and Food Sciences School of Nursing NSG 6671 – Advanced Pathophysiology NSG 6692 – Analysis Techniques in Research NURS 7270 – Evidence-Based Nursing Practice College of Liberal Arts POLI 5150/6150 – Intergovernmental Relations and Federalism MUSI 7000/7006 – Graduate Choral Conducting I MUSI 7010/7016 – Graduate Choral Conducting II MUSI 7040/7046 – Graduate Instrumental Conducting II MUSI 7050/7056 – Graduate Instrumental Conducting II MUSI 7066 – Disted Brass Instruments Techniques MUSI 7076 – Disted Woodwind Instruments Techniques MUSI 7086 – Disted Percussion Instruments Techniques MUSI 7230/7236 – Advanced Formal Analysis MUSI 7240/7246 – Wind Band Literature I MUSI 7250/7256 – Wind Band Literature II MUSI 7400/7406 – Graduate Choral Ensemble MUSI 7410/7416 – Graduate Instrumental Ensemble MUSI 7970/7976 – Special Topics in Music Electronic Voting Electronic response: Please review the following courses. If you have any questions we will discuss at the beginning of the meeting.  College of Agriculture AGEC 2100 – Microcomputer Applications in Agriculture School of Nursing NURS 7260 – Research: Evidence Based Practice I College of COSAM CHEM 7530 – Advanced in Bioanalytical Chemistry
May 3, 2007

College of Business

Memo: Sharon Oswald

Memo: Supply Chain Management – Joe Hanna

Management (BSBA)

MNGT 4600 – Community Service Project Course

MNGT 5040 – Advanced Business Data Communication

College of Liberal Arts

HIST 3800 – Historian’s Craft

HIST 4930 – Senior Thesis: Historical Research and Writing

POLI 3360 – Federal Jurisdiction

POLI 3370 – Federal Indian Law

POLI 3380 – Evidence and Legal Reasoning

PRCM 3080 – International Public Relations

PRCM 3090 – Public Relations in Political Process

PRCM 3260 – Strategic Communications in Public Relations

Harrison School of Pharmacy

Memo:  Paul Jung nickel

Doctor of Pharmacy Program

PYDI 5470 – Integrated Pharmacotherapy I

PYDI 5480 – Integrated Pharmacotherapy II

PYDI 5570 – Integrated Pharmacotherapy III

PYDI 5580 – Integrated Pharmacotherapy IV

PYDI  5420 – Contemporary Aspects of Pharmacy Practice V

PYDI  5520 – Contemporary Aspects of Pharmacy Practice VI

PYPC  5720 – Motivational Interviewing

PYPP  5710 – Metabolic Syndrome

PYPP  5730 – Drugs in Pregnancy

PYPP  5740 – Pediatric Pharmacotherapy

PYPP  5750 – Antithrombotic/Thrombolytic Therapy

PYPP  5760 – Self Care and Nonprescription Medication

PYPP  5770 – Women’s Health Issues

Electronic Voting

Electronic response: Please review the following courses. If you have any questions we will discuss at the beginning of the meeting.

 College of Business

MNGT 5370/5373 – Information Technology Project Management

 College of Liberal Arts

Public Relations

PRCM 3040 – Foundations of Public Relations

Political Science

June 1, 2007

College of Architecture

ARCH 4020 – Studio 6

 ARCH 4120 – Elective Studio – The Rural Studio

 ARCH 4220 – Studio 6: Europe Travel Studio

ARCH 4300 – Materials & Methods of Construction 2

ARCH 4920 – Rural Studio Completion

 ARCH 5010 – Studio 7

ARCH 5030 – Applied Techtonics

ARIA 2150 – Elements of Interior Architecture I

 ARIA 2160 – Elements of Interior Architecture II

BSCI 2350 – Materials, Methods, and Equipment II

BSCI 2400 – Structures I

 BSCI 3400 – Structures II

College of Engineering

PFEN 2270 – Introduction to Engineered Fibrous Materials

June 22, 2007

Agenda for Electronic Meeting June 22, 2007

College of Agriculture

 Agronomy & Soils (AY)

College of Architecture, Design and Construction

 INDD 1310 – Synthesis of Drawing

College of Human Sciences

Interior Design

 CAHS 3400 – Studio VIII: Non-Residential Interiors

College of Liberal Arts

 Arts History Minor

ARTS 3100 – Intermedia

 ARTS 3320 – Painting II

 ARTS 3330 – Painting III

 ARTS 3420 – Printmaking II

 ARTS 3430 – Printmaking III

 ARTS 3520 – Sculpture II

 ARTS 3530 – Sculpture III

 ARTS 3830 – Ceramics III

 

July 20, 2007

Agenda for Electronic Meeting July 20, 2007

College of Architecture, Design and Construction

 INDD 1320 – Prototype Fabrication

College of Engineering

AERO 7140/7146 – Advanced Computational fluid Dynamics

Provost

 UNIV 2940 – Auburn Abroad FRSO (Freshmen – Sophomore)

UNIV 2945 – Auburn Abroad EFRSO (Embedded Freshmen – Sophomore)

 UNIV 4940 – Auburn Abroad JS (Junior – Senior)

 UNIV 4945 – Auburn Abroad EJS (Embedded Junior – Senior)

 UNIV 5940 – Auburn Abroad Prof.

 UNIV 5945 – Auburn Abroad EProf.

 UNIV 7940 – Auburn Abroad G (Graduate students)

 UNIV 7945 – Auburn Abroad EG (Embedded Graduate students)