Agenda 10-1-2003

CURRICULUM GEN/ED COMMITTEE of the
EDUCATIONAL ADVISORY COUNCIL
Agenda
October 1, 2003
Sylvania Campus, 3:00-5:00 pm
Spruce Room

 

NEW BUSINESS:

1. ITP 260 INTERPRETING THEORY I - COURSE CREDIT/CONTACT HOUR CHANGE
Proposed: 3 lec, 3 cr
Currently: 4 lec, 4 cr.
Requested implementation term: 200401

2. ITP 271 INTERPRETING PROCESS II - COURSE CREDIT/CONTACT HOUR CHANGE
Proposed: 4 lec, 4 cr
Currently: 3 lec, 3 cr.
Requested implementation term: 200401

3. CMET 212 THERMODYNAMICS I - COURSE CREDIT/CONTACT HOUR CHANGE
Proposed: 1 lec, 3 lab, 4 lec/lab, 4 cr
Currently: 2 lec, 3 lab, 2 lec/lab, 4 cr
Requested implementation term: 200401

4. CMET 222 THERMODYNAMICS II - COURSE CREDIT/CONTACT HOUR CHANGE
Proposed: 1 lec, 3 lab, 4 lec/lab, 4 cr
Currently: 2 lec, 3 lab, 2 lec/lab, 4 cr
Requested implementation term: 200401

5. CMET 237 COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN III - MET - PREREQUISITE/CONCURRENT/COREQUISITE CHANGE
Proposed: CMET 113
Currently: CMET 113; DRF 241
Requested implementation term: 200304

6. BI 231 HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I - PREREQUISITE/CONCURRENT/COREQUISITE CHANGE
Proposed: BI 101, 101B, 121, 211; CH 104, 221; or instructor
permission. ASSET scores: Reading 45; writing 45, or completion of WR 115 or higher.
Currently: (BI 101 or higher); or (CH 100 or higher); ASSET scores: Reading 45; writing 45; or completion of WR 115 or higher.
Requested implementation term: 200304

7. BI 234 MICROBIOLOGY - PREREQUISITE CHANGE
Proposed: BI 101, 101B, 211; or instructor permission. BI 231 recommended.
Current: (BI 101 or 101B); ASSET scores: Reading 45, writing 45, or completion of WR 115 with a C or better.

8. MUS 111 MUSIC THEORY I (part one) - COURSE DESCRIPTION CHANGE
Proposed: Part one of three-term sequence. Covers music theory as exhibited in the works of the great composers of the 17th and 18th centuries. Includes notation, pitch, meter, tonality, modality, harmony and diatonic function. Basic music analysis focusing on harmonic function and figured bass notation. Includes written composition. Meets arts and humanities sequence requirement for Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer degree. Prerequisite: MUS 110; Corequisite: MUS 111C (required for music majors).

Current: Covers basic structure of music (tonality, modality, melody, harmony, rhythm, modulation and phrase structure) as it is exhibited through diatonic harmony. Meets arts and humanities sequence requirement for Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer degree. Prerequisite: MUS 110.
Requested implementation term: 200304

9. MUS 111C MUSIC THEORY I: SIGHT SINGING AND EAR TRAINING (part one) - COURSE DESCRIPTION CHANGE

Proposed: part one of three-term sequence. Focuses on the development of skills related to the notation, performance, and aural recognition of music. Includes meter, rhythm, diatonic melodies, triads, solfeggio, intervals, and harmonic function. Corequisite: MUS 111

Current: Develops musical skills emphasizing sight and sound of melodic and rhythmic patterns and musical intervals. Demonstrates musical recognition by singing and/or tapping the musical symbols presented for performance. Introduces melodic, rhythmic and harmonic dictation. Corequisite: MUS 111.
Requested implementation term: 200304

10. MUS 112A MUSIC THEORY I (part two) - COURSE DESCRIPTION CHANGE

Part two of three-term sequence. Continues work from MUS 111. Focuses on four-part harmony and 17th century voice leading practices. Includes figured bass realization, harmonic analysis and written composition. Meets arts and humanities sequence requirement for Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer degree. Prerequisite: MUS 111. Corequisite: MUS 112C (required for music majors)

Current: Covers basic structure of music (tonality, modality, melody, harmony, rhythm, form, modulation and phrase structure) as it is exhibited through the music of the great 17th and 18th century composers. Includes written exercises and musical analysis. Meets arts and humanities sequence requirement for Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer degree. Prerequisite: MUS 111. Corequisite: MUS 112C (required for music majors).
Requested implementation term: 200304

11. MUS 112C MUSIC THEORY I: SIGHT SINGING AND EAR TRAINING (part two) - COURSE DESCRIPTION CHANGE

Proposed: Part two of three-term sequence. Continues the development of skills from MUS 111C. Includes harmonic implications in chromaticsm, extended harmony and phrase relationships. Prerequisite: MUS 111C. Corequisite: MUS 112A

Current: Continues development of skills learned in MUS 111C. Develops musical skills emphasizing sight and sound of rhythmic patterns, melodic and harmonic intervals. Demonstrates musical recognition by singing and/or tapping the musical symbols presented for performance. Continues development of melodic, rhythmic and harmonic dictation. Prerequisite: MUS 111C. Corequisite: MUS 112A.
Requested implementation term: 200304

12. PT 138 ELECTRONIC LAYOUT - INDESIGN - NEW COURSE
2 lec, 3 lab, 3 cr
Covers beginning and intermediate image editing and page layout procedures using Adobe InDesign software on Macintosh computers. Prerequisite: PT 136.
Requested implementation term: 200401.

13. GEO 266 ANALYSIS WITH GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS - NEW COURSE
2 lec, 3 lab, 3 cr
In depth examination of GIS approaches to spatial analysis problems. Exposure to data models to support raster, surface, and/or network analyses. Introduction to application development tools and macro languages. Laboratory component features hands-on learning with professional grade GIS software.
30 character title for student transcript: Analysis with GIS
Requested implementation term: 200402

14. GEO 267 APPLICATION TOPICS IN GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS - NEW COURSE
2 lec, 3 lab, 3 cr
Content focus varies by term and provides an opportunity for extended exposure to one or more of the analytical techniques first learned in prerequisite courses. Attention to institutional and professional GIS application issues and programming environments. Prerequisites: GEO 265, GEO 266, or equivalents.
30 character title for student transcripts: GIS Applications
Requested implementation term: 200401

15. HE 242 STRESS AND HUMAN HEALTH - NEW COURSE
3 lec, 3 cr
Surveys and critically analyzes the stress concept and its impact on individual health. Using a multi-dimensional model, students will explore their personal stressors and the interaction between stress, human health and disease.
Requested implementation term: 200304