Minutes: September 21, 2017

Approved Courses:

ART305 – Moving Images (Change)

ART315 – Moving Images II (Change)

ART327 – Contemporary Directions in Photography (Change)

ART346 – Moving Images III (Change)

CHEM311L – Advanced Laboratory I (Change)


Supporting document

Cinematic Arts Concentration, BFA

Cinematic Arts Concentration, BA

MUSC Minor


To be reviewed (from last meeting):

BIO306L – Projects in Synthetic Molecular Biology (Change)

BIO312L – Modeling in the Life Sciences (Change)

BIO410 – Modeling in the Life Sciences (Change)

BIO463 – Theoretical and Quantitative Biology (Change)

BIO466 – Population and Conservation Genetics (Change)

BIO483 – Evolution: From Genes to Genomes (Change)

Quantitative Biology Minor – (Program Change)

ECON310 – Data Analysis for Economics (New)

ECON310 Syllabus

ECON Program Change – Economics (Program Change)

ECON and Financial ECON – Economics and Financial Economics (Program Change)

ECON320 – Quantitative Methods for Management (Change)

ECON363 – Sports Economics and Finance (Change)

ECON374 – Financial Management (Change)

ECON403 – Economic Growth and Cycles (Change)

ECON410 – Selected Topics in Financial Economics (Change)

ECON421 – Introduction to Econometrics (Change)

ECON423 – Time Series and Forecasting (Change)

ECON467 – Health Economics (Change)

Financial ECON – Critical Abstract Thinking – Financial Economics (Program Change)

ENME420 – Energy Sources for the Future (Change)

ENME423 – Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning Design (New)

ENME425 – Internal Combustion Engines (Change)

ENME462 – Introduction to Engineering Acoustics (Change)

GES441 – Urbanization and Development in a Global Context (New)

GES – Digital Rubric

HAPP411 – Health Regulation and Quality Improvement (Change)

HAPP470 – Health Administration and Policy Program Internship (Change)

HIST312 –  From Ottoman to Isis: Politics & Culture in the 20th Century Middle East (New)

PHIL486  – Kant’s Moral and Political Philosophy (New)

PHIL486 Syllabus

Tabled Courses:

INDS210 – New

– Would be more comfortable with institutional credit, rather than academic credit OR O credit like Shriver’s Center 098/99

– Not appropriate for a 200 level class; makes more sense as a PRAC course

– Invite Steve to talk to committee

– PRAC102 as a model, run by the career center

– Not clear why this is housed in INDS

Science Writing Minor

– Genesis was at 50th celebration; STEM constituency + ENGL majors = built in audience

– Suggestion – have to have some science classes as part of core at the 100 level

  • PHYS 101-102 ; BIOL (any BIOL 1xx class);
  • At least 2 classes in their concentration area