Agenda 5-7-2003

CURRICULUM GEN/ED COMMITTEE of the
EDUCATIONAL ADVISORY COUNCIL
AMENDED Agenda
May 7, 2003
Sylvania Campus, 3:00-5:00 pm
Pine Room

Please note change in rooms for the MAY meeting - Pine Room

Old Business:

230. MLT 201 INTRODUCTION TO HISTOLOGIC TECHNIQUES 1 - COURSE CREDIT/CONTACT HOUR CHANGE
Proposed: 3 lec, 3 lab, 4 cr
Currently: 3 lec, 3 cr.
Requested implementation term: 200401

230a. MLT 201 INTRODUCTION TO HISTOLOGIC TECHNIQUES 1 - LEARNING OUTCOMES
No previous learning outcomes.
Requested implementation term: 200303

231. MLT 201 INTRODUCTION TO HISTOLOGIC TECHNIQUES 1 -COURSE DESCRIPTION CHANGE
Proposed: First course of two-course sequence. Introduces histologic knowledge and skills including instrumentation, tissue fixation, embedding, cutting, staining and troubleshooting. Stresses professionalism and safety in medical settings. Department permission required for registration.
Currently: The first of a two-term course introducing the basic histologic knowledge, skills and practices including instrumentation, tissue fixation, embedding, cutting, staining and troubleshooting. Stresses professionalism and safety in the medical setting. After completion of the two-term course sequence and one- year experience, student will be eligible to take the national registry examinations. Students must be certified as a Medical Laboratory/Technician and have department permission to register.
Requested implementation term: 200401

232. MLT 202 INTRODUCTION TO HISTOLOGIC TECHNIQUES II - COURSE CREDIT/CONTACT HOUR CHANGE
Proposed: 3 lec, 3 lab, 4 cr
Currently: 3 lab, 1 cr.
Requested implementation term: 200401

232a. MLT 202 INTRODUCTION TO HISTOLOGIC TECHNIQUES II - LEARNING OUTCOMES
No previous learning outcomes.
Requested implementation term: 200303

233. MLT 202 INTRODUCTION TO HISTOLOGIC TECHNIQUES II -COURSE DESCRIPTION CHANGE
Proposed: Second course of two-course sequence. Introduces histologic knowledge and skills including instrumentation, staining techniques, frozen sections and immunohistochemical techniques. Stresses professionalism and safety in medical settings. Prerequisite: MLT 201.
Currently: Second term of a two-term course that introduces the basic histologic knowledge, skills and practices including instrumentation, special staining techniques, frozen sections and processing various types of tissues, fungus, etc. Stresses professionalism and safety in the medical setting. After completion of the two-term course sequence and one year experience, students will be eligible to take the national registry examinations. Completion of MLT 201 and department permission required for registration.
Requested implementation term: 200401

 

New Business:   

234. BI 231 HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I - PREREQUISITE CHANGE
Proposed: BI 101 or CH 100 or higher; placement into WR 121; placement into RD 115; or WR 115 or higher.
Current: BI 101 or CH 100; ASSET scores in reading 45, writing 45, or completion of WR 115 or higher.

235. CS 161 COMPUTER SCIENCE I - COURSE DESCRIPTION CHANGE
Proposed: Introduces control structures, functions, arrays, and pointers. Concepts of data representation and algorithm design. Sorting and searching. Lab exercises. Recommended: MTH 111; WR 121; CS 160.
Current: Introduces object-oriented design, implementation and testing of software in a platform-independent environment. Covers basic concepts of data representation, algorithm design and implementation, and software engineering. Implementation language will be ISO standard C++ (ISO/IEC 14882).
Requested implementation term: 200303

236. CS 161 COMPUTER SCIENCE I - LEARNING OUTCOME CHANGE
Requested implementation term: 200303

237. CS 162 COMPUTER SCIENCE II - COURSE DESCRIPTION CHANGE
Proposed: Recursion, object oriented programming, assignment operator, copy constructor. Data structures include singly linked list, stack, and queue. Lab exercises. Recommended: MTH 112 or 116; WR 121; CS 140u, 161.
Current: Continues the study of problem solving, program design, and object oriented programming. Covers a variety of data structures and algorithms. Topics include: the Unified Modeling Language, streams and files, lists, inheritance, searching and sorting algorithms, computational complexity, and recursion. Implementation language will be ISO standard C++ (ISO/IEC 14882: 1998).
Requested implementation term: 200303

238. CS 162 COMPUTER SCIENCE II - LEARNING OUTCOME CHANGE
Requested implementation term: 200303

239. CS 171 COMPUTER SYSTEMS I - COURSE DESCRIPTION CHANGE
Proposed: Data representation. Mapping of C control structures to machine code. Stacks, procedure calls, reading and writing assembler code. Mechanisms for linking and loading programs. Recommended: CS 161 or 234u.
Current: Provides students with knowledge of assembly language programming and enhances their understanding of higher level languages. Develop programs in the x86 assembler language using IBM PC compatible computers. Gain perspective about performance issues that affect computer software in general. Topics covered include numeric data representation, instruction fetch and execution, instruction sets, register utilization, and the assembly process.
Requested implementation term: 200303

240. CS 171 COMPUTER SYSTEMS I - LEARNING OUTCOME CHANGE
Requested implementation term: 200304

241. CS 260 DATA STRUCTURES - COURSE DESCRIPTION CHANGE
Proposed: Data structures including stacks, queues, lists, vectors, graphs, and trees. Algorithms including hash tables, sorting, searching and iterating over structures. Includes an in depth examination of recursion. Lab exercises. Recommended: CS 162 or CS 234u.
Current: Covers abstract data structures used to store, access, and manipulate information in computer programming. Structures include: stacks, queues, lists, vectors, graphs, binary 2-3, 2-3-4, red-black, and general trees. Algorithms include: hashing, sorting, searching and iterating over structures. Includes an in depth examination of recursion. Implementation language will be C++.
Requested implementation term: 200304

242. CS 260 DATA STRUCTURES - LEARNING OUTCOME CHANGE
Requested implementation term: 200304

243. CS 261 PROGRAMMING SYSTEMS - COURSE DESCRIPTION CHANGE
Proposed: Operator overloading, single and multiple inheritance, virtual functions, polymorphism, templates, exceptions. STL containers and algorithms. Recommended: CS 260.
Current: ANSI C and UNIX programming topics include: shell programming, implementation of abstract data types in C, dynamic memory allocation, and the UNIX programming tools: make, dbg, gdb, sccs, rcs, cvs, and profilers. C++ programming topics include: operator overloading, single and multiple inheritance, dynamic function binding, pointers to functions, functions with an unknown number of arguments, template functions and classes.
Requested implementation term: 200304

244. CS 261 PROGRAMMING SYSTEMS - LEARNING OUTCOME CHANGE
Requested implementation term: 200304

245. CS 271 COMPUTER SYSTEMS II - COURSE DESCRIPTION CHANGE
Proposed: Exceptions and interrupts. Processes, process control, measuring program performance. Storage technology, memory hierarchy, caches, virtual memory. Recommended: CS 161 and CS 171.
Current: Introduces the organization and design of computer systems based on the interaction and inter-relationship of various components. Topics covered include instruction sets, performance measurements, floating point numbers, logic design, arithmetic and logic units, buses, control units, memory hierarchy, input/output, pipelining, and multi-process systems. Provides a brief review of number representation, and assembly programming. Focuses on computer organization, the central processing unit (CPU), the bus, I/O, and memory architectures, and vector processing.
Requested implementation term: 200304

246. CS 271 COMPUTER SYSTEMS II - LEARNING OUTCOME CHANGE
Requested implementation term: 200304

247. CS 234u ACCELERATED C++ - COURSE DESCRIPTION CHANGE
Proposed: An accelerated in-depth introduction to the C++ language for students who already possess solid software skills, including proficiency with arrays and subscripting in C++ or another language. Recommended: CIS 233J, 233B; or equivalent knowledge of another modern programming language.
Current: Equivalent to the CS 161 and 162 C++ sequence and provides an accelerated in-depth introduction to the C++ language for students who already possess solid software skills, including proficiency with arrays and subscripting, in C++ or another language.
Requested implementation term: 200304

248. TA 180 A, C REHEARSAL AND PERFORMANCE - COURSE CREDIT/CONTACT HOUR CHANGE
Proposed:
    TA 180A 3 lab, 1 cr
    TA 180C 9 lab, 3 cr
Current:
    TA 180A 9 lab, 3 cr
    TA 180C 3 lab, 1 cr
Requested implementation term: 200304

249. MP 105 ANCILLARY INFORMATION ANALYSIS - COURSE CREDIT/CONTACT HOUR CHANGE
Proposed: 3 lec, 3 cr
Current: 2 lec, 2 cr
Requested implementation term: 200401

250. MP 121 LEGAL AND ETHICAL ASPECTS OF HEALTHCARE - COURSE CREDIT/CONTACT HOUR CHANGE
Proposed: 3 lec, 3 cr
Current: 2 lec, 2 cr
Requested implementation term: 200401

251. HIM 275 CLASSIFICATION SYSTEMS 3 HEALTHCARE - COURSE CREDIT/CONTACT HOUR CHANGE
Proposed: 3 lec, 3 cr
Current: 2 lec, 2 cr.
Requested implementation term: 200403

252. MT 228 PROCESS EQUIPMENT III- NEW COURSE
6 lab, 2 cr
Covers a semiconductor processing system. Includes power, vacuum, gas, delivery, robotic and control systems. Focuses on maintenance and troubleshooting.
Prerequisites: MT 227, 223, 240.
Requested implementation term: 200401

253. MT 227 PROCESS EQUIPMENT II - COURSE CREDIT/CONTACT HOUR CHANGE
Proposed: 2 lec, 3 lab, 3 cr
Current: 2 lec, 6 lab, 4 cr
Requested implementation term: 200401

254. MT 227 PROCESS EQUIPMENT II - COURSE DESCRIPTION CHANGE
Proposed: Covers subsystems of a semiconductor processing system. Includes pneumatics and robotic systems. Focuses on analysis, maintenance and troubleshooting.
Current: Covers a semiconductor processing system. Includes power, vacuum, gas delivery, robotic, and control systems. Focuses on analysis, maintenance, and troubleshooting of process equipment.
Requested implementation term: 200401

255. ESL A 0721 INTEGRATED SKILLS - COURSE CREDIT/CONTACT HOUR CHANGE
Proposed: 2-15 lec (variable), 2-15 lec/lab (variable)
Current: 6 lec, 6 lec/lab
Non-credit course; learning outcomes will not change.
Requested implementation term: 200303

256. ESL B 0722 INTEGRATED SKILLS - COURSE CREDIT/CONTACT HOUR CHANGE
Proposed: 2-15 lec (variable), 2-15 lec/lab (variable)
Current: 6 lec, 6 lec/lab
Non-credit course; learning outcomes will not change.
Requested implementation term: 200303

257. ESL C 0723 INTEGRATED SKILLS - COURSE CREDIT/CONTACT HOUR CHANGE
Proposed: 2-15 lec (variable), 2-15 lec/lab (variable)
Current: 6 lec, 6 lec/lab
Non-credit course; learning outcomes will not change.
Requested implementation term: 200303

258. ESL D 0724 INTEGRATED SKILLS - COURSE CREDIT/CONTACT HOUR CHANGE
Proposed: 2-15 lec (variable), 2-15 lec/lab (variable)
Current: 6 lec, 6 lec/lab
Non-credit course; learning outcomes will not change.
Requested implementation term: 200303

259. DRF 135 ADVANCED DRAFTING I - COURSE TITLE CHANGE
Current: Advanced Drafting
Requested implementation term: 200304

260. DRF 135 ADVANCED DRAFTING I - COURSE CREDIT/CONTACT HOUR CHANGE
Proposed: 2 lec, 2 lec/lab, 3 cr
Current: 2 lec, 6 lab, 4 cr
Requested implementation term: 200304

261. DRF 135 ADVANCED DRAFTING I - LEARNING OUTCOME CHANGE
Requested implementation term: 200304

262. DRF 137 ADVANCED DRAFTING II - NEW COURSE
2 lec, 2 lec/lab, 3
Introduces fits and limits of mating parts, working drawings, detail drawings, assemblies, and sub-assemblies. Review and builds upon the subject matter presented in DRF 135 and 136, enhancing the students knowledge of basic drafting principles.
Requested implementation term: 200304

263. DRF 133 INTERMEDIATE DRAFTING - COURSE CREDIT/CONTACT HOUR CHANGE
Proposed: 2 lec, 2 lec/lab, 3 cr
Current: 2 lec, 6 lab, 4 cr
Requested implementation term: 200304

264. DRF 133 INTERMEDIATE DRAFTING - LEARNING OUTCOME CHANGE
Requested implementation term: 200304

265. AMT 101, 102, 105, 106, 107, 109, 110, 115, 117, 120, 121, 123, 124, 203, 204, 208, 211, 212, 213, 214, 216, 218, 219, 222, 225 - PREREQUISITE CHANGE (the same for all courses listed) Proposed: Placement into RD 90 or higher; WR 90 or higher; MTH 60 or higher.
Current: none

266. CAS 208 BEGINNING PHOTOSHOP FOR THE WEB - NEW COURSE
1 lec, 4 lec/lab, 3 cr
Introduces basic painting and drawing features in Adobe Photoshop to create and refine graphics for websites. Covers basic painting and drawing tools, and export options for the web. Emphasizes learning the Photoshop interface efficiently. Recommended: (CAS 111D or 111F), or CAS 206; or equivalent.
30 character short title for student transcript: Begin Photoshop for the Web
Requested implementation term: 200304

267. MTH 259 SINGLE-VARIABLE CALCULUS REVIEW - NEW COURSE, GENERAL EDUCATION AND AAOT B LIST, REQUESTS
3 lec, 3 cr
Topics from single-variable calculus are reviewed from a symbolic, numeric and graphical perspective. The concept of the derivative and the integral will be re-examined. Differentiation and integration rules, and the test for the convergence of series will be reviewed. Applications of single-variable calculus to science and engineering will be explored in the context of the review. Results will be communicated in oral and written form. TI graphing calculation required; see instructor at first class meeting. Prerequisite: MTH 253 or the equivalent; placement into WR 121.
30 character short title for student transcript: Single-Variable Calc Review.
Requested implementation term: 200303

268. ID 120 PRODUCTS AND MATERIALS I - PREREQUISITE CHANGE
Proposed: Prerequisites: ID 131; WR 115 or placement into WR 121; MTH 20 or placement into MTH 60
Current: Prerequisite: MTH 20 or placement into MTH 60
Requested implementation term: 200304

269. ID 121 PRODUCTS AND MATERIALS II - PREREQUISITE CHANGE
Proposed: Prerequisites: ID 120; WR 115 or placement into WR 121; MTH 20 or placement into MTH 60
Current: No prerequisite - only recommendation of ID 120
Requested implementation term: 200304

270. ID 123 HISTORY OF FURNITURE 1800 - PRESENT - PREREQUISITE CHANGE
Proposed: Prerequisites: ID 122; WR 115 or placement into WR 121; MTH 20 or placement into MTH 60
Current: Prerequisites: WR 115 or placement into WR 121
Requested implementation term: 200304

271. ID 125 COMPUTER DRAFTING FOR INTERIOR DESIGNERS - PREREQUISITE CHANGE
Proposed: Prerequisites: ID 131; MTH 20 or placement into MTH 60
Current: Prerequisite: ID 131
Requested implementation term: 200304

272. ID 132 PLANNING INTERIORS - PREREQUISITE CHANGE
Proposed: Prerequisites: ID 131; WR 115 or placement into WR 121; MTH 20 or placement into MTH 60
Current: Prerequisite: ID 131
Requested implementation term: 200304

273. ID 135 PROFESSIONAL PRACTICES FOR INTERIOR DESIGNERS - PREREQUISITE CHANGE
Proposed: Prerequisites: ID 131; MTH 20 or placement into MTH 60
Current: MTH 20 or placement into MTH 60
Requested implementation term: 200304

274. ID 230 TEXTILES FOR INTERIORS - PREREQUISITE CHANGE
Proposed: Prerequisite: WR 115 or placement into WR 121
Current: none
Requested implementation term: 200304

275. ID 236 LIGHTING DESIGN - PREREQUISITE CHANGE
Proposed: Prerequisites: ID 131; WR 115 or placement into WR 121; MTH 20 or placement into MTH 60
Current: none
Requested implementation term: 200304

276. TA 190A, C PROJECTS IN THEATRE - COURSE CREDIT/CONTACT HOUR CHANGE
Proposed:
    TA 190A 3 lab, 1 cr
    TA 190C 9 lab, 3 cr
Current:
    TA 190A 9 lab, 3 cr
    TA 190C 3 lab, 1 cr
Requested implementation term: 200304

277. TA 253A, C THEATRE REHEARSAL & PERFORMANCE - COURSE CREDIT/CONTACT HOUR CHANGE
Proposed:
    TA 253A 3 lab, 1 cr
    TA 253C 9 lab, 3 cr
Current:
    TA 253A 9 lab, 3 cr
    TA 253C 3 lab, 1 cr
Requested implementation term: 200304

278. TA 290A, C PROJECTS IN THEATRE - COURSE CREDIT/CONTACT HOUR CHANGE
Proposed:
    TA 290A 3 lab, 1 cr
    TA 290C 9 lab, 3 cr
Current:
    TA 290A 9 lab, 3 cr
    TA 290C 3 lab, 1 cr
Requested implementation term: 200304