MEMORANDUM

 

 

TO:                 Academic Senate Members

 

FROM:           Keith Edgerton, Chair

                        Academic Senate

 

RE:                  MEETING DATE, PLACE, AND AGENDA

 

The next meeting of the Academic Senate will be held on Thursday, April 21, 2005, at 3:40 p.m., in the Missouri room of the SUB.

 

I.          APPROVAL OF MINUTES:  April 14

 

II.         ITEMS FOR INFORMATION

 

            Approved by the UCC 4/13/05

Items  68, 68.a, and 71 are corrections for errors found in this year’s catalog.

Item 68  BA Major in Communication Arts:  Mass Communication Option.  Modification of an existing program.

Item 68.a  Minor in Communication Arts:  Mass Communication Option.  Modification of an existing program.

Item 71  Minor in Business Geographic Information Systems.  Modification of an existing program.

 

III.       ITEMS – FIRST READING

 

Item 77  Manual for the Preparation of Curricular Materials for Consideration by the Academic Senate.  Second revision (change Dean review to recommend).

 

Approved by the Graduate Committee 4/14/05

Effective Date:  Summer 2005

Item 78  MS in Athletic Training.  Modification of an existing program.

Item 78.a  HHP 562 Graduate Athletic Training I.  Change course description.

Item 78.b  HHP 561 General Medical Assessment.  New course.

 

IV.       ITEMS FOR INFORMATION

 

            Approved by the UCC 4/13/05

Item 66  BS in Business Administration.  Modification of an existing program (online program).

Item 66.a  BUS 485 Business Case and Simulation Capstone.  New course (offered only online).

 

Item 72  AS Degree Program of Study in Drafting and Design.  New program.

 

Item 73  ENGL 140 Business Writing.  Change prerequisites.

Item 73.a  ENGL 145 Technical Communication.  Change prerequisites.

Item 73.b  CTCM 210 Editing for Business Writing.  Change rubric, course number, and prerequisites

 

V.        DISCUSSION/ACTION ITEMS

 

A.  RACE Committee:  (Sue Barfield)

1.  Multiple requests from the same project

2.  Priority:  research, training, equipment, etc.

 

B.  Further Discussion of Prorating the Teaching Load and FTE of Multi-Disciplinary Courses  (Sue Barfield)

 

 

 

 

KE/rjrm