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Scenes from Faculty Senate

Faculty Senate Curricular Affairs Committee
Meeting #6

February 10, 2014

Monday, February 10, 2014 in Library Conference Room A

I. CALL TO ORDER at 3:00PM

II. DISPOSITION OF MINUTES of Meeting #5, January 27, 2014

III. REPORTS

IV. NEW BUSINESS

A. NEW COURSES

CHN 317 International Chinese Language & Culture Studies I (3)

Supervised work experience in a Chinese-speaking country for advanced language

students. (Independent Study). Pre: CHN 205-206 or permission of instructor.

CHN 318 International Chinese Language & Culture Studies II (3)

Supervised work experience in a Chinese-speaking country for advanced language

students. (Independent Study). Pre: CHN 205-206 or permission of instructor.

 

COM 230 The Art of Storytelling (3)

Recognition and appreciation of content and communication of thought and emotion through storytelling.

Practice in the creation and delivery of stories through oral performance and digital storytelling.

(Lec. 3) Pre: COM 100, COM Major

 

PRS 320 Strategic Media Relations (3)

Explore media relations strategies/tactics (crafting releases, pitching to the media, use of social/traditional

media, e.g. twitter) to inform/persuade publics about issues. (Lec. 3) Pre: Students admitted to PR Major.

 

PSY 302 Practicum in Applied Psychology Research Methods (4)

This course will provide a structured training experience addressing data management, statistical analysis,

how to handle methodological problems, and interpretation of results for applied psychology research topics.

(Lec., Lab).  Pre: Grades of C or higher in PSY 200 (previously PSY 300) Quantitative Methods in Psychology and

PSY 301 Introduction to Experimental Psychology, or permission of the instructor.

 


B. COURSE CHANGES

Consent items:

SPA 321, change description

SPA 421, change description

V.  UNFINISHED BUSINESS


ITL 316 Italian And Culture Study Abroad I (3) (revised)


ITL 317 Italian And Culture Study Abroad II (3) (revised)

 

Revised/final syllabi for ITL 316 and ITL 317

 

VI.  ONGOING BUSINESS

"Is a Syllabus a Contract?" submitted for discussion by CAC member Bahram Nassersharif

 

Online issues

 

Website issues

VII. ADJOURNMENT