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CURRICULUM GEN/ED COMMITTEE of the
EDUCATIONAL ADVISORY COUNCIL
Agenda
November 6, 2002
Sylvania Campus, 3:00-5:00 pm
Spruce Room

New Business:

59. CIVIL/MECHANICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY – PROGRAM REVISION

Requested Implementation Term: 200302  

60. CMET 223 PROJECT MANAGEMENT – COURSE CREDIT CHANGE

Proposed: 3 lec, 3 cr Formerly: 2 lec, 2 lec/lab, 3 cr Requested Implementation Term: 200304  

61. CMET 233 COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN III – COURSE PREREQUISITE CHANGE

Proposed: CMET 113; DRF 241 Formerly: CMET 113 Requested Implementation Term: 200302  

62. CMET 237 CAD ELECTIVE – MET – NEW COURSE

2 lec, 2 lec/lab, 4 cr Presents advanced topics in mechanical/manufacturing engineering oriented computer aided design and drawing meeting industry standards. Prerequisites: CMET 113; DRF 241 Requested Implementation Term: 200304  

63.  CMET 254 CIVIL/MECHANICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY SEMINAR – NEW COURSE

1 lec, 1 cr Topics include information on finding employment in the civil/mechanical/manufacturing industry, writing resumes, and interviewing 30 character title for student transcript: Civil/Mechanical Engr Tech Sem Requested Implementation Term: 200304  

64.  MTH 232 ELEMENTS OF DISCRETE MATHEMATICS II – NEW COURSE, REQUEST FOR GEN ED, AAOT – B LIST DESIGNATION

4 lec, 4 cr. Second term of a survey course that continues with topics from Discrete Mathematics. Topics include: direct proof and counterexample, probability, combinatorics, cardinality, and algorithms. Prerequisite: MTH 231. 30 character title for student transcript: Elements of Discrete Math II Requested Implementation Term: 200301  

65.  GER 201, 202, 203 SECOND YEAR GERMAN – COURSE CREDIT CHANGE

Proposed: 5 lec, 5 cr Formerly: 4 lec, 4 cr Requested Implementation Term: 200304  

66.  ENG 215 INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURE OF THE HOLOCAUST – NEW COURSE, REQUEST FOR GENERAL EDUCATION, AAOT – A LIST, CULTURAL DIVERSITY DESIGNATION

3 lec, 3 cr Explores a range of writings on the experience of the Holocaust during World War Two and its aftermath. Considers memoirs, fiction, poetry, films, and literary nonfiction by survivors and others in relation to the historical context of the Holocaust. 30 character title for student transcript: Literature of the Holocaust Requested Implementation Term: 200302  

67.  SP 228 RHETORIC OF THE MEDIA – REQUEST FOR AAOT–LIST A

 

68.  SP 100, 112, 130, 140, 215, 217, 228, 237 REQUEST TO TRANSFER THESE COURSES FROM AAOT LIST B TO AAOT LIST A

69.  GE 102 ENGINEERING GRAPHICS – PREREQUISITE CHANGE

           Proposed: Placement in MTH 251; Prerequisite or Concurrent: WR 115

Current: GE 101 Requested Implementation Term: 200301  

70.  GE 226 PLANE SURVEYING – PREREQUISITE CHANGE REQUEST

Proposed: GE 101, 102 Current:  GE 102 Requested Implementation Term: 200301  

71.  GE 262 MANUFACTURING PROCESSES – PREREQUISITE CHANGE REQUEST

Proposed: GE 101, 102 Current: GE 102 Requested Implementation Term: 200301  

72.  SON 114 OBSTETRICAL AND GYNECOLOGICAL SONOGRAPHY I – CREDIT/CONTACT HOUR CHANGE, PREREQUISITE CHANGE, COURSE DESCRIPTION CHANG

  • Credit/contact hour change: 3 lec, 3 cr
  • Prerequisite change: Admission to the Medical Sonography program required
  • Course description change: Obstetrical and gynecological sonographic protocols will be studied. Emphasizes identification and imaging of normal anatomy and physiology of the female reproductive system and fetus during various developmental stages. Admission to the Medical Sonography program required.
Formerly: 3 lec, 2 lec/lab, 4 cr; prerequisite: SON 113; course description: Obstetrical and gynecological sonographic protocols will be studied and practiced in lab. Emphasis is placed on identification and imaging of normal anatomy and physiology of the female reproductive system and fetus during various developmental stages. Prerequisite: SON 113. Requested Implementation Term: Winter 2003  

73.  SON 215 OBSTETRICAL AND GYNECOLOGICAL SONOGRAPHY II – CREDIT/CONTACT HOUR CHANGE

3 lec, 2 lec/lab, 4 cr formerly: 3 lec, 3 cr

74.  RUS 260B, 261B, 262B RUSSIAN CULTURE – NEW COURSES (Previously RUS 299 Russian Culture Through Film)                                     

          2 lec, 2 cr
          Explores, through film, Russian culture and contemporary social issues.

          Viewing of Russian language films with English subtitles. Class discussions in English. No knowledge of Russian required.

         Requested Implementation Term: Winter 200301