Agenda 12-4-2002

CURRICULUM GEN/ED COMMITTEE of the
EDUCATIONAL ADVISORY COUNCIL
Agenda
December 4, 2002
Sylvania Campus, 3:00-5:00 pm
Spruce Room

Old Business:

74. RUS 260B, 261B, 262B RUSSIAN CULTURE - NEW COURSES (Previously RUS 299 Russian Culture Through Film)
2 lec, 2 cr
Russian culture through film. Explores Russian culture and contemporary social issues as presented in Russian language films. All films subtitled in English. Course conducted in English. No knowledge of Russian required.
Requested Implementation Term: Winter 200301

1018. ART 256 CERAMICS II - COURSE PREREQUISITE CHANGE
Proposed: Recommended: ART 117. Prerequisites: Three terms of ART 253 or instructor permission required; Cognitive comprehension of college level English (ASSET score 45)
Currently: No prerequisites.
Requested Implementation Term: 200301

 

New Business:

75. TECHNICAL AND PROFESSIONAL WRITING - PROGRAM REVISION
Requested Implementation Term: 200304

76. MM 233 3D CHARACTER MODELING AND ANIMATION - NEW COURSE
3 lec, 3 cr
Continues the study of 3D emphasizing the creation of animated characters. Involves sophisticated techniques for creating organic shapes and natural motion. Facial expressions and lip movement will be matched to dialog. Characters will move using internal structures and kinematics. Student produces a complete short animated film with a moving, speaking character. Course provides the opportunity to individually experience all aspects of production. Also includes group production projects in which the student will concentrate on a particular production aspect. A professional 3D software, such as Alias/Wavefront Maya ™ will be used. Prerequisite: MM 232.
30 Character Title for Student Transcript - 3D Character Model & Animat
Requested Implementation Term: 200301

77. MM 220 MULTIMEDIA DESIGN II - NEW COURSE
3 lec, 3 cr
Emphasizes design concepts including layout, typography, color theory, and information architecture with the goal of creating interactive designs that balance aesthetics and function. Develop a working knowledge of interface design using standard drawing programs such as Macromedia Freehand, which translate created designs seamlessly into other software tools such as Adobe Photoshop, Macromedia Flash and Dreamweaver. Students participate in ‘real-world’, client focused, collaborative team design projects, which include assigned positions, such as project manager, account manager, creative director, art director, copywriter, and programmer. Students will critique work and post projects to the department web site as directed. Prerequisites: MM 120, 130; CAS 111D, 175; or instructor permission.
Requested Implementation Term: 200301

78. DENTAL HYGIENE - PROGRAM REVISION
Requested Implementation Term: 200304

79. BI 211 PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY - PREREQUISITE/COREQUISITE CHANGE
Asset scores of 45 in reading and 45 in writing, or completion of WR 115; Asset scores of 46 in elementary algebra, or 41 in intermediate algebra, or completion of MTH 60 or MTH 70.
Corequisite: CH 100 or above. Students with prior coursework, including high school chemistry, are strongly encouraged to talk to an instructor.
Previous: same as above without corequisite.
Requested Implementation Term: 200301

80. FOT 201 AMP ACT 1 - NEW COURSE
6 lec, 10 lec/lab, 1cr (1 week)
Provides individuals with the necessary level of knowledge needed for an entry-level position within the structured/premise cabling industry. Participants receive an in-depth understanding of the established ISO/IEC 11801, ANSI/TIA/EIA 568B industry standards. Participants who pass the exam at the end of the course will receive their AMP ACT I certification. Participants learn how to correctly use a punch down tool; punch down various types of cables onto 110-style data patch panels, 110-style rack mount voice blocks, AMP communication outlets; termination methods for category 5e and category 6 jacks; application use and termination methods for correctly installing 4-pair UTP category 5e rated cable; termination methods for AMP’s oven cure and light crimp style ST connectors; and termination methods for AMP’s light crimp plus pre-polished SC style connectors.
Requested Implementation Term: 200301

81. FOT 202 AMP ACT II - NEW COURSE
6 lec, 10 lec/lab, 1cr (1 week)
Prepares participants to take the exam required for AMP ACT 11 certification. The training teaches how to certify and document twisted pair and optical cable plants based on established industry standards. Standards studied include the ISO/IEC 11801, TSB-67 and TSB-95. Learn testing of common and uncommon problems found in LAN-based systems within the premise/structured cabling industry. Participants will test and certify category 5E, 6, shielded Cat 5e, and Fiber Optic circuits using appropriate test equipment including level III copper testers, optical power meters, ITDR’s, and visual fault locators. Will be required to troubleshoot various problems within a cable plant.
Requested Implementation Term: 200301

82. FOT 203 AMP ACT III - NEW COURSE
24 lec/lab, 1 cr (1 week)
Prepares the student to handle the many design criteria decisions associated with premises cabling systems. Course will progress through a step-by-step process from the initial design analysis through the final project presentation. Emphasizes design parameters and guidelines of the ANSI/TIA/EIA 568B, 569, 606 and 607 as well as ISO standards. Decisions a designer makes regarding network platforms and technologies, cabling architectures, and media selection are discussed in detail. Design several different systems including campus drawings, floor plan layouts, telecommunication room layout, and rack layout design, intra-building backbone elevations, and the development of a bill of materials. Present design solutions to the class and each proposal will be discussed in an open forum.
Requested Implementation Term: 200301

83. CRIMINAL JUSTICE - AAS DEGREE - PROGRAM REVISION
Requested Implementation Term: 200301

84. CJA 280A CRIMINAL JUSTICE - COOPERATIVE EDUCATION - PREREQUISITE CHANGE
Proposed: CJA 222
Formerly: CJA 100, 111, 113.
Requested Implementation Term: 200301

85. SON 210 SONOGRAPHIC CLINIC IV - CREDIT/CONTACT HOUR CHANGE
Proposed: 32 lab, 11 cr
Current: 24 lab, 8 cr
Requested Implementation Term: 200302

86. WLD 205 NONDESTRUCTIVE TESTING II - NEW COURSE
8 lec/lab, 4 cr
Develops technical knowledge and manipulative skills necessary for conducting Ultrasonic Testing (UT) of welds in accordance with AWS D1.1 Structural Welding Code. All classroom training is based upon ASNT’s American National Standard ANSI/ASNT CP-189; Standard for Qualification and Certification of Nondestructive Testing Personnel and SNT-TC - 1A Standards.
Department permission required.
Requested Implementation Term: 200302

87. ED 103 DESKTOP PUBLISHING FOR EDUCATORS - PREREQUISITE CHANGE
Proposed: Prerequisite: ED 136.
Current: Prerequisite: CAS 121, 216; ED 136, 102.
Requested Implementation Term: 200301

88. LAT 272 SUSTAINABLE LANDSCAPING - NEW COURSE
3 lec, 3 cr
Discuss methods used to protect and conserve natural systems and resources within the landscape. Class deals with the health of people, plants and the environment and looks at new approaches to landscaping.
Requested Implementation Term: 200303

89. ADDICTION STUDIES CERTIFICATE - PROGRAM AMENDMENT
Requested Implementation Term: 200301

90. PREVENTION SPECIALIST PROGRAM AWARD - PROGRAM REVISION
Requested Implementation Term: 200304

91. AD 280C ALCOHOL AND DRUG COOPERATIVE EDUCATION: PREVENTION PRACTICUM - CREDIT HOUR CHANGE; PREREQUISITE CHANGE
Proposed: variable credit 3 to 5 credits
Current: 3 credits only
Proposed: AD 101, 102, 241, 242; WR 121 or equivalent.
Current: AD 101, 102, 241, 242.
Requested Implementation Term: 200301