Agenda 11-5-2003

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

 

OLD BUSINESS:

8. MUS 111 MUSIC THEORY I (part one) COURSE DESCRIPTION CHANGE

Revised Proposed: 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. Part one of three-term sequence. Meets arts and humanities sequence requirement for Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer degree. MUS 111C recommended for music transfer students. Prerequisite: MUS 110.

Title: Will remain the same.

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
POSTPONED FOR MODIFICATION OF COURSE DESCRIPTION AND TITLE

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

Revised Proposed: 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. Part one of three-term sequence. Recommended for transfer music students. Corequisite: MUS 111.

Revised Title: Sight Singing/Ear Training I (30 character short title for student transcript)

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
POSTPONED FOR MODIFICATION OF COURSE DESCRIPTION AND TITLE

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

Revised Proposed: Continues work from MUS 111. focuses on four-part harmony and common practice period voice leading. Includes figured bass realization, harmonic analysis and written composition. Part one of three-term sequence. Meets arts and humanities sequence requirement for Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer degree. MUS 112C recommended for music transfer students. Prerequisite: MUS 111.

Title: Will remain the same.
Proposed: 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
POSTPONED FOR MODIFICATION OF COURSE DESCRIPTION AND TITLE

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

Revised Proposed: Continues the development of skills from MUS 111C. Includes harmonic implications in melody, complex rhythms, beat subdivisions and four-part harmony. Introduces melodic chromaticism, extended harmony and phrase relationships. Part two of three-term sequence. Recommended for music transfer students. Prerequisite: MUS 111C. Corequisite: MUS 112A

Revised Title: Sight Singing/Ear Training II (30 character short title for student transcript)

Proposed: Part two of three-term sequence. Continues the development of skills from MUS 111C. Includes harmonic implications in chromaticism, 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
POSTPONED FOR MODIFICATION OF COURSE DESCRIPTION AND TITLE CHANGE

 

NEW BUSINESS:

16. CIS 234N C# PROGRAMMING NEW COURSE/DISTANCE MODALITY PROPOSAL
3 lec, 3 lab, 4 cr
Course covers the C# language; Microsoft.Net framework; Windows applications, forms and controls; introduces Web Applications and ASP.NET; introduces Web Services; basic ADO.NET; file I/O; Visual Studio IDE. Recommended: Two courses (or proficiency) in a programming language.
Requested implementation term: 200401

17. CIS 234J JAVA PROGRAMMING III COURSE DESCRIPTION CHANGE
Proposed: Learn to use Java/J2EE to build scalable n-tiered web applications. Covers Servlets, JSP, JDBC database connectivity, Enterprise JavaBeans, and SOAP Web Services Technologies. Learn advanced Apache Tomcat web server configuration including how to secure web resources, authenticate users and mask URLs.

Current: Continues to explore web-based Java applications. Introduces the use of Java in enterprise and n-tier applications. Topics include the XML, Java 2 security model, remote Method invocation RMI, and Enterprise Java Beans.
Requested implementation term: 200401

18. PE 182N CORRECTIVE PHYSICAL EDUCATION- COURSE DESCRIPTION CHANGE
Proposed: Individualized, self-paced exercise and swim programs for students with acute or chronic injuries or disabilities.

Currently: Individualized, self-paced exercise and swim programs for students with acute or chronic injuries or disabilities. Instructed and supervised by a physical therapist. Conference with instructor prior to participation required.
Requested implementation term: 200401

19. ID 237 KITCHEN AND BATH PLANNING COURSE TITLE CHANGE, CREDIT/CONTACT HOUR CHANGE, COURSE DESCRIPTION CHANGE, LEARNING OUTCOMES CHANGE
Currently: Kitchen Planning

Proposed: 2 lec, 2 lec/lab, 3 cr
Currently: 1 lec, 3 lab, 2 cr

Proposed: Analyzes and evaluates basic functional and aesthetic design principles in residential kitchen and bath planning, and chronicles the kitchen and bath planning process from conceptual design to construction completion.
Currently: Analyzes and evaluates basic functional and aesthetic design principles for residential kitchen design and includes overview of the kitchen construction process form concept to completion.

Proposed: Learning Outcomes see attached
Requested implementation term: 200401

20. CAS 150 INTRODUCTION TO SPEECH RECOGNITION NEW COURSE
1 lec, 1 cr
Use Speech Recognition software to input information into the computer. Students will train the software to his/her voice and learn voice commands to edit, format, and produce documents. Computer literacy required. Recommended CAS 133 and placement into RD 80.
Request the inactivation of CAS 199 Introduction To Speech Recognition
Requested implementation term: 200401

21. CAS 170 BEGINNING EXCEL PREREQUISITE CHANGE
Proposed: MTH 20 and placement into RD 115 or WR 115
Currently: Placement into RD 115 or WR 115.
Requested implementation term: 200401

22. HIM 105 ANCILLARY INFORMATION ANALYSIS PREREQUISITE CHANGE
Proposed: Removal of prerequisites from course
Currently: Prerequisites: HIM 111; BI 55 or concurrent enrollment in BI 122 or BI 233.
Requested implementation term: 200401

23. HIM 131 MEDICAL SCIENCE PREREQUISITE CHANGE
Proposed: Removal of prerequisites from course
Currently: Prerequisites: HIM 111; BI 55 or concurrent enrollment in BI 122 or BI 233.
Requested implementation term: 200401

24. HIM 136 MEDICATIONS PREREQUISITE CHANGE
Proposed: Removal of prerequisite from course
Currently: Prerequisite: HIM 111
Requested implementation term: 200402

25. HIM 141 HEALTH RECORD CONTENT 2 PREREQUISITE CHANGE
Proposed: Removal of prerequisites from course
Currently: Prerequisite: HIM 140
Requested implementation term: 200402

26. HIM 270 CLASSIFICATION SYSTEMS 1 PREREQUISITE CHANGE
Proposed: Removal of prerequisites from course
Currently: Prerequisites: BI 122 or BI 233; MP 111, 131, 105, 107, 140, 182
Requested implementation term: 200402

27. HIM 271 QUALITY IMPROVEMENT IN HEALTHCARE PREREQUISITE CHANGE
Proposed: Removal of prerequisites from course
Currently: Prerequisites: MP 140, 121
Requested implementation term: 200404

28. HIM 272 HEALTH INFORMATION MANAGEMENT PREREQUISITE CHANGE
Proposed: Removal of prerequisites from course
Currently: Prerequisites: MP 110, 120, 131
Requested implementation term: 200401.

29. HIM 281 DATA MANAGEMENT AND ANALYSIS 1 PREREQUISITE CHANGE
Proposed: Removal of prerequisites from course
Currently: Prerequisites: MP 105, 107, 131, 140. Corequisites: MP 136, 140.
Requested implementation term: 200402

30. HIM 283 HEALTH INFORMATION SYSTEMS PREREQUISITE CHANGE
Proposed: Removal of prerequisites from course
Currently: Prerequisites: MP 110, 140, 182
Requested implementation term: 200404

31. HIM 292 HEALTH INFORMATION DIRECTED PRACTICE 1 - PREREQUISITE CHANGE
Proposed: Removal of prerequisites from course
Currently: Prerequisite: MP 140
Requested implementation term: 200402

32. HIM 293 HEALTH INFORMATION DIRECTED PRACTICE 2 PREREQUISITE CHANGE
Proposed: Removal of prerequisites from course
Currently: Prerequisite: HIM 292
Requested implementation term: 200404

33. HIM 294 HEALTH INFORMATION DIRECTED PRACTICE 3 PREREQUISITE CHANGE
Proposed: Removal of prerequisites from course
Currently: Prerequisites: MP 141, 293
Requested implementation term: 200401

34. DT 285 DENTAL SEMINAR AND PRACTICUM COURSE TITLE CHANGE, CREDIT/CONTACT HOUR CHANGE, LEARNING OUTCOME CHANGE
Formerly: Dental Seminar

Proposed: 1 lec, 3 lab, 2 cr
Currently: 2 lec, 2 cr

Proposed Learning Outcome Change see attached
Requested implementation term: 200402

35. PT 136 ELECTRONIC LAYOUT - PAGEMAKER PREREQUISITE CHANGE
Proposed: Placement into WR 115 and MTH 60, or above.
Currently: None
Requested implementation term: 200401

36. BCT 105 VECTOR WORKS FOR CONSTRUCTORS NEW COURSE
2 lec/lab, 2 cr
Learn to create 2D architectural working drawing using VectorWorks CAD based software. A building blocks approach will be used to help learners develop the skills and vocabulary necessary to generate their own working drawings. This course is suitable for both MAC and Windows operating systems. Prerequisites: Blueprint reading and basic computer skills suggested.
Requested implementation term: 200401

37. BCT 9210 ASSOCIATED GENERAL CONTRACTORS 1ST YEAR CARPENTERS NEW COURSE
2 lec/lab, 2 cr
This course is the Associated General Contractors 1st Year Carpenters training designed for construction professionals currently employed in the commercial/industrial construction industry, under an Accredited Training Program Sponsor. It introduces a variety of construction practices that will emphasize jobsite safety, provide familiarity with construction terminology and techniques, and teach safe operation of construction hand and power tools. Students work individually and collaboratively to complete hands-on construction projects.
Short title for student transcript: AGC 1st Year Carpenters
Requested implementation term: 200401

38. BCT 9212 ASSOCIATED GENERAL CONTRACTORS 2nd YEAR CARPENTERS NEW COURSE
2 lec/lab, 2 cr
This course is the Associated General Contractors 2nd Year Carpenters training designed for construction professionals currently employed in the commercial/industrial construction industry, under an Accredited Training Program Sponsor. It introduces a variety of construction practices, including Blueprint reading, site layout, and concrete construction. Students work individually and collaboratively to complete hands-on construction projects. Prerequisite: BCT 9210.
Short title for student transcript: AGC 2nd Year Carpenters
Requested implementation term: 200401

39. BCT 9214 ASSOCIATED GENERAL CONTRACTORS 3rd YEAR CARPENTERS NEW COURSE
2 lec/lab, 2 cr
This course is the Associated General Contractors 3rd Year Carpenters training designed for construction professionals currently employed in the commercial/industrial construction industry, under an Accredited Training Program Sponsor. It introduces a variety of construction practices, including interior and exterior finish, insulation, metal stud framing, drywall, and cabinet installation. Students work individually and collaboratively to complete hands-on construction projects. Prerequisites: BCT 9210 and 9212.
Short title for student transcription: AGC 3rd Year Carpenters
Requested implementation term: 200401

40. BCT 9216 ASSOCIATED GENERAL CONTRACTORS 3rd YEAR CARPENTERS NEW COURSE
2 lec/lab, 2 cr
This course is the Associated General Contractors 3rd Year Carpenters training designed for construction professionals currently employed in the commercial/industrial construction industry, under an Accredited Training Program Sponsor. It introduces a variety of construction practices including site layout, angular measurement, advanced floor, wall, roof, and stair systems, light equipment, welding, metal buildings, and project management/supervision. Students work individually and collaboratively to complete hands-on construction projects. Prerequisites: BCT 9210, 9212, and 9214.
Short title for student transcript: AGC 4th Year Carpenters.
Requested implementation term: 200401

41. MUS 113 MUSIC THEORY I (part three) COURSE DESCRIPTION CHANGE
Proposed: Continues work from MUS 112. Introduction to chromatic harmony as exhibited through tonicization and harmonic modulation. Covers melodic structure and basic Schenkerian reduction technique. Also includes large-scale form and analysis and written composition. Meets arts and humanities sequence requirement for Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer degree. Part three of three-term sequence. MUS 113C recommended for music transfer students. Prerequisite: MUS 112.
Current: Continues development of musical skills emphasizing sight and sound of melodic and rhythmic patterns and musical intervals. Demonstrate musical recognition by singing and/or tapping the musical symbols presented for performance. Continued development of melodic, rhythmic and harmonic dictation. Prerequisite: MUS 112C. Corequisite: MUS 113.
Requested implementation term: 200402

42. MUS 113C SIGHT SINGING/EAR TRAINING III COURSE DESCRIPTION CHANGE
Proposed: Continues the development of skills from MUS 112C. Includes two-part melodic and rhythmic notation. Introduces secondary function and diatonic modulation. Part three of three-term sequence. Recommended for music transfer students. Prerequisite: MUS 112C. Corequisite: MUS 113.
Current: Continues development of musical skills emphasizing sight and sound of melodic and rhythmic patterns and musical intervals. Demonstrate musical recognition by singing and/or tapping the musical symbols presented for performance. Continued development of melodic, rhythmic and harmonic dictation. Prerequisite: MUS 112C. Co-Requisite: MUS 113.
Requested implementation term: 200401

43. MUS 204 MUSIC OF THE WESTERN WORLD NEW COURSE
3 lec, 3 cr
Designed primarily for music transfer students and those with the ability to read music. Provides a survey of the music of the western world. Major periods, forms, styles, and music scores from the ancient period through the contemporary music of our time will be covered.
Requested implementation term: 200402

44. ECE 221 OBSERVATION AND GUIDANCE II NEW COURSE
3 lec, 3 cr
Examines techniques for observing and recording behavior and keeping records as used in the care and education of infants through five-year-olds. Focuses on observation and guidance techniques for groups of children in addressing challenging behaviors and issues in early childhood environments. Covers the caregivers role in using observation to promote development, including self-development. Prerequisite: ECE 121.
Requested implementation term: 200401

45. MCH CREDIT/CONTACT HOUR CHANGE (an asterisk indicates another type of change request involved) #s : 100 (1.5 to 1.0), 110 (1.6 to 1.5), 115 (2.5 to 3.5), 116*(2.5 to 3.5), 117*(2.5 to 3.0), 120 (2.8 to 2.5), 134 (4.0 to 5.0), 150 (1.8 to 1.5), 180*(3.5 to 4.0), 205*(2.5 to 3.0), 259 (4.0 to 5.0), 262 (1.5 to 2.0), 268 (4.0 to 5.0), 272 (4.0 to 5.0), 273 (4.0 to 5.0), 278 (3.0 to 4.0), 279 (3.0 to 4.0)
Requested implementation term: 200402.

46. MCH COURSE TITLE CHANGE
MCH 116* from Advanced Topics in Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing to Advanced Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing.
30 character title for student transcript: Adv Geo Dimension/Tolerancing

MCH 117* from Stacks in Geometric Dimensioning Tolerancing to Stacks in GD&T

MCH 125 from Machine Shop Math-Speeds & Feeds to Speeds & Feeds

MCH 130 from Machine Shop Math Trigonometry to Machine Shop Trigonometry

MCH 135 from Measuring Tools to Basic Measuring Tools

MCH 145 from Layout Procedures to Layout Tools

MCH 160 from Introduction to the Drill Press to Drilling Machines & Operations

MCH 180* from Introduction to the Lathe to Turning Machines & Operations

MCH 205* from Introduction to the Mill to Vertical Milling Machines & Operations.
30 character title for student transcript: Vert Milling Machines/Operation

MCH 215 from Introduction to the Horizontal Mill to Horizontal Milling Machines & Operations.
30 character title for student transcript: Horizontal Milling Mach/Oper

MCH 225 from Introduction to the Surface Grinder to Surface Grinding Machines & Operations.
30 character title for student transcript: Surface Grinding Mach & Oper
Requested implementation term: 200402

47. MCH 288 CERTIFIED MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGIST REVIEW - COURSE NUMBER CHANGE
Currently: MFG 114
Requested implementation term: 200401

48. MCH 289 CERTIFIED MANUFACTURING ENGINEER REVIEW COURSE NUMBER CHANGE
Currently: MFG 116
Requested implementation term: 200401

49. ARCH 131 SUSTAINABLE STRUCTURES COURSE TITLE CHANGE, COURSE DESCRIPTION CHANGE, LEARNING OUTCOMES CHANGE
Formerly: Environmental Control Systems Proposed: Through multi-media presentations, questions and debate, this course will look at theories of shelter before technology. Rediscover indigenous architecture from around the world, while taking an environmental perspective of innovations that came from these ideas in today's world of alternatives such as Earthships, Poured Earth, Straw-Bale, Recycled Houses, and more.
Current: Advanced study of mechanical systems, in residential and small commercial buildings, including heating, plumbing, electrical and lighting systems. Design and application of passive heating and cooling systems will also be reviewed and examined. Learning Outcomes see attached.
Requested implementation term: 200402

50. ARCH 224 ACTIVE AND PASSIVE BUILDING SYSTEMS TITLE CHANGE
Formerly: Advanced Building Systems
Requested implementation term: 200402

51. ARCH 204 SUSTAINABLE BUILDING DESIGN STUDIO NEW COURSE
2 lec, 4 lec/lab, 4 cr
Advanced study of sustainable building design and systems, and applied to residential buildings. Includes site analysis, passive technologies, and use of sustainable building materials. Concepts will be applied to an actual house design in a studio format. Prerequisite: ARCH 101, or department approval for similar experience. Prerequisite or concurrent registration: ARCH 124, 131, and 224; ID 121; BCT 206; or instructor permission.
Requested implementation term: 200402

ADDENDUM:

1. EC 115 Outlines of Economics Course Inactivation, 200304