Request to Eliminate Propylaea
Humanities Area Course Proposals
ARTS 130 Digital Art I Permanent course (to be taught inMaymester 2012), with EA learning domain coding
ENGL 230 Eliminate "Lifewriting: Memoirs"
ENGL 270 Eliminate "The Theme of Woman's Vocation inLiterature and Film"
ENGL 272 Crime Literature and Film New permanentcourse
Theatre Arts and Dance
TART 120 Change title from "Voice, Articulation, and TextReading" to "Voice for the Theatre"
TART 150 Change title from "Stage Movement and the AlexanderTechnique" to "Movement for the Theatre"
TART i24 Mask Making to be taught at Commedia dell'Arte
Natural Science Area Proposals
Modify minor to require at least two 300+ courses.
BIOL 110 "Evolution for Everyone" new permanent course with NS-Lcode
BIOL 235 "Microbes and Human Health" new permanent course thatmay not count as an elective for the BIOL majorbut may count toward the BIOL minor.
Drop CSCI 115 Computing and the Internet
In major, replace MATH 240 Discrete Math requirement with MATH270 Linear Algebra. Add CSCI 385 among list of out-of-programcourses that will count towards the major.
In minor, allow MATH 270 Linear Algebra as an alternative toMATH 240 Discrete Math.
Change MATH 290 prerequisites to allow MATH 270 as alternativeto MATH 240.
Change MATH 340 prerequisites to allow MATH 290 as alternativeto MATH 240.
PHYS 100 Introductory Topics in Physics new permanent coursewith NS code
Social Science Area Proposals
Business and Economics
Change the following course titles:
- BUSI 200, 210 Fundamentals of Accounting and Business I, II toPrinciples of Accounting I, II
- BUSI 300, 310 Financial Reporting and Analysis I, II toIntermediate Accounting I, II
- BUSI 410, 510 Accounting for Management Plannin and Control toAdvanced Cost Accounting
- BUSI 520 Seminar in Accounting Theory and Practice to Seminarin Advanced Accounting
- BUSI 540 Contemporary Issues in Accounting to AdvancedAccounting
Change in Minor by the Reinstatement of two licensure programsin Licensure in Secondary Physical /Earth Science (Grades 7-12) andin Secondary Mathematics (Grades 7-12)
EDUC 439 Methods in the Secondary School: Physical/EarthScience New permanent course
additional supporting material
HIST 151 New permanent course Era of the American Revolution
HIST 351 "American Revolutionary Era" eliminate thiscourse
HIST 353 "Race, Memory, and the American Civil War" changecatalog copy to mention Odyssey coding (approved in 2011) and thetrip to Vicksburg, MS that is part of the course
HIST 160 Make "East Asia to 1600" a permanent course
HIST 306 Make "Crime and Punishment in East Asia" a permanentcourse
HIST 339 New permanent course "Epidemics and Society"
HIST 300 Make "Gender and Society in East Asia" a permanentcourse
HIST 218 Change title from "Progressive Era Reform, 1890-1920"to "Gilded Age and Progressive Era
HIST 291 Make "Japan's Pacific War" a permanent course
HIST 293 Make "Korea: The Forgotten War" a permanent course
HIST 246 Make "Modern Japan" a permanent course
HIST 359 "War, Memory, and Nation" a new permanent course
Allied Health Major would add two new tracks, one in PublicHealth and one in Exercise Science. The major would consistof four core courses plus nine additional courses from one of theareas of concentration: Exercise Science, Physical/OccupationalTherapy, Physician Assistant, Nursing, or Public Health.
The Kinesiology Department proposes a new minor in PublicHealth.
Proposal to reinstate the major and minor in Kinesiology in anewly configured set of requirements and concentrations within themajor. The major would require nine core courses plus threecourses from an area of concentration (Secondary PhysicalEducation, Wellness and Leisure with coaching endorsement:Elementary Physical Education; Sports Management; RecreationLeadership), and one elective. These majors would require thecompletion of six physical activity courses from the followingcategories: fitness, individual sport, team sport, aquatics, anddance.
KINE 330 Structural Kinesiology to add a new prerequisite-KINE205 Anatomy and Physiology I or BIOL 103 Biology of the HumanBody
KINE 410 Change catalog copy to reflect current coursecontent
KINE 425 Coaching Fall Sports a new permanent courseto replace four courses requested for elimination: KINE 440Coaching Basketball, KINE 450 Coaching Swimming, KINE 460 CoachingVolleyball, and KINE 470 Coaching Football
Politics and International Relations
New Courses (All of these courses will be taught by newdepartment member Kiril Kolev):
POLI 271 Theories of Comparative Politics
POLI 272 The Politics of Central and Eastern Europe
POLI 341 The World of Elections
POLI 460 Applied Statistics
POLI 250 History of the International System (ADDW2)
POLI 282 Comparative Foreign Policy (Change title to"Foreign Policy
Analysis" and tweak catalog description.)
Changes to the Major and Minor
Sociology and Anthropology
ANTH 200 "Buried Cities and Lost Tribes" add HP coding
SOCI 255 "Gender in Film and Television" add UR code (thisrequest will be passed on to CEL)
SOCI 227 "Terrorism and War in the Media" new temporary coursewith request for UR code
Interdisciplinary Program Proposals
AMST/HIST 115 Remove the HP code from Introduction to AmericanStudies
Proposals for two new permanent courses: IndianCulture through Fiction and Asian Medical Traditions, both proposedat the 300-level
Add POLI 365 Environmental Policy and Management as analternative to POLI 235 and add ANTH 335 Geographic InformationScience as an alternative to statistics (PSYC 290 or BUSI 250)
Neuroscience/Study of the Mind minor with twocore courses and the option of two concentrations from whichstudents may choose. If this minor passes, then the currentNeuroscience minor will be eliminated.
LBST 3XX English Gardens Hendrix in London coursefor fall 2012, a temporary course
Three Crossings Proposals: Interpreting Children's Literature;Peace War, and Memory; Human Evolution