December 20, 2004
Senate Curricular Affairs
Hundred Twenty-Ninth Report
At the December 6, 2004 meeting of the Curricular Affairs Committee and
December 10, 2004 the following matters were considered and are now
to the Faculty Senate.
A. College of Arts and Sciences
1. Department of English
CHANGE: Title and description for ENG
ENG 201 Principles of Literary Study (3)
Introduction to the study of literature through reading and
of major methodologies, analytical approaches, and perspectives in
study. Restricted to English majors. (Lec. 3)
2. Department of Psychology
of the B.A. major in Psychology to include traditional students at the
B. College of Human Science and
Department of Human Development and Family Studies
of the B.S. major in Human Development and Family Studies to include
students at the Providence Campus.
approval of the Four Hundred Twenty-Eighth
Report of the Curricular Affairs Committee Report.
Matters Which Require Confirmation by the Faculty
A. College of
Arts and Sciences
1. Department of Sociology and Anthropology
CHANGE: Credits for the following courses to
1) APG 310 Topics in Anthropology (3)
2) SOC 300 Topics in Sociology (3)
2. College Writing Program
ADD: WRT 383 Field Experience in Writing
Supervised field experience,
tutoring in the Writing Center or in the
undergraduate peer consultants program. Pre: 353 or permission of
May be repeated for a maximum of 9 credits.
College of Arts and Sciences and College of The Environment
and Life Sciences
Department of Biological Sciences
TRANSFER: Department of Biological Sciences
the College of Arts and Sciences to The College of the Environment and
Sciences effective July 1, 2005.
**Will require approval by the
Board of Governors for Higher Education.
Joint Report of the Curricular Affairs
Committee and Graduate
At the December 6, 2004 meeting of
the Curricular Affairs Committee and
the December 10, 2004 meeting of the Graduate Council the following
course was approved and is presented to the Faculty Senate for
College of the Environment and Life Sciences
Department of Fisheries, Animal and Veterinary Science
ADD: AVS 440X Seminar on Marine Mammals (3)
Leading scientists from different
areas of expertise discuss the
natural history, evolution, anatomy, physiology, husbandry, behavior
conservation of marine mammals. Current research is emphasized.
3) (Special registration and fee are required. Contact Mystic Aquarium,
CT 06355 Tele. # 860-572-5955)