Agenda 1-8-2003

CURRICULUM GEN/ED COMMITTEE of the
EDUCATIONAL ADVISORY COUNCIL
Agenda
January 8, 2003
Sylvania Campus, 3:00-5:00 pm
Spruce Room

Old Business:

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
Currently: 3 credits only
Proposed: AD 101, 102, 241, 242; WR 121 or equivalent.
Currently: AD 101, 102, 241, 242.
Requested Implementation Term: 200301

 

New Business:

92. CIS E-COMMERCE CERTIFICATE - PROGRAM REVISION
Requested Implementation Term: 200304

93. SP 111 FUNDAMENTALS OF SPEECH - PREREQUISITE CHANGE
Proposed: Prerequisite: WR 121.
Currently: Prerequisite: Current enrollment in or satisfactory completion of WR 121.
Requested Implementation Term: 200304

94. AMT 105 AVIATION CFRs AND RELATED SUBJECTS - LEARNING OUTCOME CHANGE
Requested Implementation Term: 200301

95. AMT 106 AIRCRAFT APPLIED SCIENCE - LEARNING OUTCOME CHANGE
Requested Implementation Term: 200301

96. AMT 211 COMPOSITE STRUCTURES - LEARNING OUTCOME CHANGE
Requested Implementation Term: 200301

97. BCT 203 INTERIOR FINISH - COURSE REACTIVATION
Requested Implementation Term: 200304

98. BCT 132 COMPUTER APPLICATIONS FOR CONSTRUCTION - COURSE REACTIVATION
Requested Implementation Term: 200304

99. BCT 205 APPLIED COMMUNICATION SKILLS FOR CONSTRUCTION - NEW COURSE
3 lec, 3 cr
Traces the construction project from inception to completion to effectively deliver the project through the myriad of hoops, hurdles, and pitfalls in a building project. Covers communications skills necessary in the construction industry. Focuses on working well with others, getting thoughts across, understanding what others need, reading for content, using communication technology effectively and writing so others understand.
30 Character Short Title for Student Transcript: Communication Skills for Const.
Requested Implementation Term: 200304

100. BCT 206 SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION PRACTICES - NEW COURSE
3 lec, 3 cr
Introduces the environmental, economical, and human consequences resulting from conventional building practices and the need for sustainable design and construction.
30 Character Short Title for Student Transcript: Sustainable Const. Practices
Requested Implementation Term: 200304

101. BCT 207 CONSTRUCTION JOB COSTING - NEW COURSE
3 lec, 3 cr
Traces the construction dollar flow from time sheet to balance sheet. Emphasizing microcomputer methods, introduces construction related financial documents including schedule of values, labor and operations cost reports, and construction budgets. Concepts such as unit analysis, job costing, and development of historic costs, life cycle costing and change order analysis are explored.
Requested Implementation Term: 200304

102. BCT 222 ENGINEERING FOR CONTRACTORS - NEW COURSE
3 lec, 3 cr
Presents the fundamentals of analysis and design of residential construction to students with limited technical training. Investigation of basic contemporary structural systems in masonry, steel and wood framing systems will be used. Concepts such as determination of support forces, bending moments and shear, strengths and properties of materials, loads and dimensional properties are explored. Prerequisites: BCT 102, 104.
Requested Implementation Term: 200304

103. BCT 204 CONSTRUCTION ESTIMATING - COURSE CREDIT/CONTACT HOUR CHANGE
Proposed: 3 lec, 3 cr
Currently: 4 lec/lab, 4 cr
Requested Implementation Term: 200304

104. BCT 102 BLUEPRINT READING - COURSE CREDIT/CONTACT
HOUR CHANGE
Proposed: 3 lec, 3 cr
Currently: 2 lec, 2 cr
Requested Implementation Term: 200304

105. BCT PROGRAM REVISION
Requested Implementation Term: 200304

106. CS 133U INTRO TO C PROGRAMMING - PREREQUISITE CHANGE
Proposed: Recommended: MTH 65; Computer Literacy (such as completion of CIS 120); or instructor permission.
Currently: Prerequisites: MTH 65; Computer Literacy (such as completion of CIS 120); consent of instructor.
Requested Implementation Term: 200301

107. CS 140U INTRO TO UNIX - PREREQUISITE CHANGE
Proposed: Recommended: MTH 65; Computer Literacy (such as completion of CIS 120); MTH 95; placement at WR 121.
Currently: Prerequisites: A course in computer literacy (such as completion of CIS 120); MTH 95; placement at WR 121; or instructor permission.
Requested Implementation Term: 200301
108. CS 161 COMPUTER SCIENCE I - PREREQUISITE CHANGE
Proposed: Recommended: MTH 111; placement at WR 121; completion of CS 160 or CIS 122.
Currently: Prerequisites: MTH 111; CS 160; placement at MTH 65 and RD 115.
Requested Implementation Term: 200301

109. CS 162 COMPUTER SCIENCE II - PREREQUISITE CHANGE
Proposed: Recommended: MTH 112 or MTH 116; WR 121; CS 161 and 140U.
Currently: Recommended: CS 140U. Prerequisites: MTH 112 or MTH 116; WR 121; CS 161.
Requested Implementation Term: 200301

110. CS 171 COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE/ASSEMBLER I - PREREQUISITE CHANGE
Proposed: Recommended: CS 161
Currently: Prerequisite: CS 161
Requested Implementation Term: 200301

111. CS 234U ADVANCED C++ PROGRAMMING - PREREQUISITE CHANGE
Proposed: Recommended: CIS 233J, 233B, or equivalent knowledge of another modern programming language.
Currently: Prerequisites: CS 162, 140U; or instructor permission.
Requested Implementation Term: 200301

112. CS 260 DATA STRUCTURES - PREREQUISITE CHANGE
Proposed: Recommended: CS 162 or CS 234U.
Currently: CS 234U, or demonstrated proficiency in C ++.
Requested Implementation Term: 200301

113. CS 261 PROGRAMMING SYSTEMS - PREREQUISITE CHANGE
Proposed: Recommended: CS 140U, 260.
Currently: Prerequisites: CS 140U, 260.
Requested Implementation Term: 200301

114. CS 271 COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE/ASSEMBLER II - PREREQUISITE CHANGE
Proposed: Recommended: CS 161, 171.
Currently: Prerequisites: CS 161, 171.
Requested Implementation Term: 200301

115. EMT 221 PARAMEDIC I - NEW COURSE
1 lec, 20 lec/lab, 11 cr
Didactic portion covers well being of the paramedic, illness and injury prevention, medical legal issues, medication math, general principles of pathophysiology, airway management, pulmonology, patient assessment, pathophysiology of shock, trauma assessment, kinematics, pharmacology, toxicology, drug and alcohol abuse, infection disease, endocrinology, OB/GYN, neonatology, cardiovascular system, EKG monitoring. There will be associated practical labs. Students will be certified in Pre-Hospital Life Support (PHTLS). Department permission required.
Prerequisite: Second year standing required.
Requested Implementation Term: 200302

116. EMT 222 PARAMEDIC II - NEW COURSE
12 lec/lab, 6 cr
Didactic portion covers EKG review, pediatric, geriatric, acute abdomen, burns, psychiatric disorders, dealing with death and the dying, crime scene preservation, Hazmat awareness, environmental conditions, advanced airway. Students will be certified in Pediatric Education for Pre-hospital Professional (PEPP) and Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS). There will be associated practical labs. Department permission required. Prerequisite: EMT 221.
Requested Implementation Term: 200303

117. EMT 223 PARAMEDIC CLINICAL INTERNSHIP I - NEW COURSE
21 lab, 7 cr
Begin in-hospital clinical experience that includes direct patient care responsibilities necessary for completion of the educational objectives. The patients are in a hospital/clinical setting with disease and injury conditions comparable to those the student will experience in the pre-hospital care situations. Department permission required. Prerequisite: EMT 222.
30 Character title for student transcript: Paramedic Clinic Internship I
Requested Implementation Term: 200303

118. EMT 224 PARAMEDICAL CLINICAL INTERNSHIP II - NEW COURSE
9 lab, 3 cr
Complete in-hospital clinical experience to include direct patient care responsibilities necessary for completion of the programs objectives. The patients in the hospital/clinical setting shall have disease and injury conditions comparable to those the student will experience in the pre-hospital care situation. Department permission required. Prerequisite: EMT 223.
30 Character title for student transcript: Paramed Clinic Internship II
Requested Implementation Term: 200304

119. EMT 225 PARAMEDIC FIELD INTERNSHIP I - NEW COURSE
9 lab, 3 cr
Begins field experience designed to expose student to disease and injury conditions. This segment begins the required 200 hours and number of calls necessary to fulfill the State curriculum. Department permission required. Prerequisite: EMT 223.
Requested Implementation Term: 200304

120. EMT 226 PARAMEDIC FIELD INTERNSHIP II - NEW COURSE
9 lab, 3 cr
Complete the field experience necessary to fulfill the required hours and calls necessary for state certification. Department permission required. Prerequisite: EMT 225.
Requested Implementation Term: 200401

121. EMT 227 PARAMEDIC III - NEW COURSE
2 lec/lab, 1 cr
Successfully complete course final written and practical exam and prepare for the State and National Registry written and practical exam. Department permission required. Prerequisite: EMT 225.
Requested Implementation Term: 200401

122. EMT PROGRAM REVISION
Requested Implementation Term: 200301

123. DRF 185 AUTOCAD INVENTOR FUNDAMENTALS - NEW COURSE
2 lec, 2 lec/lab, 3 cr
Introduces AutoCAD Inventor as a feature-rich, parametric 3D design tool for assembly-centric modeling and collaborative engineering. Develops fundamental knowledge in the areas of part and assembly modeling, using adaptive features and parts, utilizing work groups, surfacing basics, managing data, and the Engineers Notebook. Prerequisite: DRF 136; or department permission.
Requested Implementation Term: 200302

124. DRF 285 AUTOCAD INVENTOR - ADVANCED - NEW COURSE
2 lec, 2 lec/lab, 3 cr
Covers advanced techniques used in creating and modifying parametric, assembly-centric 3D models with AutoCAD Inventor. Develops extensive knowledge in the areas of part and assembly modeling, adaptive features, utilizing work groups, surfacing, managing data, and the Engineers Notebook. Prerequisite: DRF 185; or department permission.
Requested Implementation Term: 200302