Minutes 2-4-2004

CURRICULUM GEN/ED COMMITTEE of the
EDUCATIONAL ADVISORY COUNCIL
MINUTES
February 4, 2004
SYLVANIA CAMPUS, CC BLDG, OAK ROOM
3:00 - 5:00 pm

Members Present (X)

X Kendra Cawley, Chair RC 7/202 X Pam Kessinger, RC 2/245 X Joe Wright, WCWTC 1506
X Mike Cleghorn, CA JH 202 X Michael Marciniak, CA SC 206 X Dieterich Steinmetz, SY HT 305
  Marlene Eid, RC 3/201   Jeff Josifek, CA JH 202 X Diane Kamali, CA SC 206
X Porter Raper, CA SC 206 X Adrian Rodriguez, SYH CC 216    

Non-Voting Support Members Present (X)

X Guy Sievert, SY CC 232 X Sally Stilwell, RC 2/123d
X Frost Johnson, RC 2/122 X Susan Wilson, CA SSB 116

Guests:

Nancy Bennani; David Jacobsen; Frieda Campbell-Peltier; Eric Kirchner; Dan Dougherty; Heather Larimer; Russell Eng; Ed Lindsey; Mike Flaman; Moe OConner; Cecelia Guinee; David Renne; Erika Heider; Jim Straight 

 

OLD BUSINESS

103.  RE 241   RE BROKERAGE ADMINISTRATION AND  SALES SUPERVISION COURSE TITLE CHANGE, COURSE CREDIT/CONTACT HOUR CHANGE

Current title: Real Estate Office Management/Supervision of Sales Persons
Proposed Credit/Contact Hour: 4 lec, 4 cr 
Current Credit/Contact Hour: 3 lec, 3 cr 
30 character title for student transcript: RE Broker Admin/Sales Supervision 
Requested implementation term: 200404 
REQUEST POSTPONED

104. RE   226   REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS-ADVANCED COURSE TITLE CHANGE

Current title: Real Estate Finance II  
Requested implementation term: 200404 
REQUEST POSTPONED

143. GE   221   ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS I PREREQUISITE CHANGE

Proposed Prerequisite: PHY 213; GE 101; MTH 252.
Current Prerequisite: GE 101; MTH 252.
Requested implementation term: 200501 
RECOMMENDED with request from faculty to change the implementation term to 200402

 

NEW BUSINESS

144.  FP 240  EMERGENCY SERVICES INSTRUCTOR I NEW COURSE

3 lec, 1 lab, 3 cr  
Designed to meet NFPA Standard 1041 Fire and Emergency Services Instructor I. Students will organize classroom, laboratory and outdoor learning environments and present prepared lessons utilizing recognized methods of instruction. Learn to adjust and modify presentations based on student learning styles and changing classroom environments and learn about course objectives and learning outcomes.  
Requested implementation term: 200402  
RECOMMENDED

145.  FP 250  EMERGENCY SERVICES INSTRUCTOR II NEW COURSE

3 lec, 1 lab, 3 cr  
Course is designed to meet NFPA Standard 1041 Fire and Emergency Services Instructor II. Learn to manage instructional resources, staff, facilities, records and reports; develop instructional materials; conduct specialized and advanced training; develop evaluation instruments to support instruction and the evaluation of test results. Prerequisite: FP 240.  
30 character title for student transcript: Emergency Serv. Instructor II  
Requested implementation term: 200402  
RECOMMENDED with prerequisite to read: FP 240 or equivalent.

146.  FP 260  EMERGENCY SERVICES INSTRUCTOR III NEW COURSE

3 lec, 1 lab, 3 cr  
Learn to administer agency policies and procedures for the management of instructional resources, staff, facilities, records and reports; plan, develop and implement comprehensive fire training programs and curriculum; develop evaluation plans, collect, analyze and report data and utilize data for program validation and student feedback.  
30 character title for student transcript: Emergency Serv. Instructor III. Prerequisite: FP 250 or equivalent.  
Requested implementation term: 200402  
RECOMMENDED

147.  CIS/PHL 185 COMPUTER AND ETHICS GENERAL EDUCATION DESIGNATION REQUEST

RECOMMENDED with Committee request to include in course descriptions for PHL 185 and CIS 185 that a student cannot take both courses for credit. Also that the PHL 185 request be changed to Arts and Humanities on the AAOT B list.

148.  RD 115  COLLEGE READING OREGON TRANSFER DEGREE LIST B DESIGNATION REQUEST

RECOMMENDED as a Lower Division Collegiate course but not recommended with the AAOT list B designation. The consensus of the committee was that this course would be appropriate as an elective course, but if applied to the Arts and Humanities distribution area would alter the intention of Arts and Humanities requirements. This was agreeable with the DE SAC present at the meeting.

149.  MT 100  BASIC ELECTRONICS NEW COURSE

2 lec, 3 lab, 3 cr
Includes Ohms Law, Kirchhoff's Voltage and Current Law in series and parallel circuits, and troubleshooting problems of basic electric circuits. Labs include basic measurement and troubleshooting techniques, use of electronic test equipment and proper documentation procedures. Proposed Prerequisite/Concurrent registration: MTH 60; WR 115.
Requested implementation term: 200402
RECOMMENDED with suggestion from the Committee to modify the prerequisite statement in the CCOG to match that on the New Course request form.

150.  MT 101  CLEANROOM SAFETY AND PROTOCOL NEW COURSE

1 lec , 3 lab, 2 cr  
Covers safety consideration for working in a semiconductor industry cleanroom. Introduces safety programs in the industry. Overviews available hazard information and how to obtain it. Covers personal safety and related equipment.  
Requested implementation term: 200402  
RECOMMENDED

151.  PHL 206  INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENTAL ETHICS GENERAL EDUCATION DESIGNATION REQUEST

RECOMMENDED

152. CIS 140D  OPERATING SYSTEMS MICROCOMPUTERS COURSE TITLE CHANGE, COURSE DESCRIPTION CHANGE, LEARNING OUTCOMES CHANGE  

Current Title: Operating Systems Microcomputers  
Proposed Title: Survey of Desktop Operating Systems  
30 character title for student transcript: Survey of Desktop Op. Systems  
Proposed course description: A course on basic concepts of Linux and Windows operating systems. Includes operating system functions, file/folder management, disk partitioning and formatting, operating system and application installation, and system configuration. See www.pcc.edu/cis.  
Current course description: Provides basic concepts of operating system with emphasis on DOS and Win9x (Win2000) desktop operating systems. Includes basic operating system functions, history, directory (folder) management, memory management, virtual memory, installation, multitasking, booting and formatting processes, system optimization, system management, registry structure, profiles and policies.  
Learning Outcomes see attached.
Requested implementation term: 200402
RECOMMENDED with current Course Title. Also recommended with new proposed course description and new learning outcomes.

153.  MCH 102  INTRODUCTION TO MANUFACTURING NEW COURSE

6 lec/lab, 3 cr
Covers an introduction to the manufacturing technology discipline.
Requested implementation term: 200404 
RECOMMENDED  

154.  MCH 136  INTRODUCTION TO AUTOMOTIVE MACHINING NEW COURSE

12 lec/lab, 6 cr  
Provides a well-rounded working knowledge base for the student who expects to work at an entry-level technician in an automotive repair/service or automotive machine shop. Covers general shop safety, basic blueprint reading, basic shop math, basic inspection, and parts deburring.  
30 character title for student transcript Intro to Automotive Machining  
Requested implementation term: 200404  
RECOMMENDED

155.  MCH 137  INTRODUCTION TO AUTOMOTIVE MACHINING-DRILL PRESS NEW COURSE

2 lec/lab, 1 cr  
Covers the setup, applications, parts and operation of the sensitive, upright and radial arm drill presses. Introduces the commonly performed operations of drilling, reaming, counterboring, countersinking, spot-facing and tapping on the various types of drilling machines used to produce part features to print specifications.  
30 character title for student transcript Intro Auto Mach Drill Press  
Requested implementation term: 200404  
RECOMMENDED

156.  MCH 138  INTRODUCTION TO AUTOMOTIVE MACHINING-LATHE NEW COURSE

4 lec/lab, 2 cr  
Covers the setup, applications, parts and operation of the various types of lathes. Introduces the commonly performed drilling-related operations on the lathe, and maintaining/aligning, parallel turning, facing, filing, knurling, grooving, cutting radii, cutting tapers and parting lathe operations.  
30 character title for student transcript Intro Auto Mach Lathe  
Requested implementation term: 200404  
RECOMMENDED

157.  MCH 139  INTRODUCTION TO AUTOMOTIVE MACHININGMILL NEW COURSE

4 lec/lab, 2 cr  
This is a preparatory course designed to introduce the proper setups, uses and operations associated with the vertical milling machine and its accessory devices.  
30 character title for student transcript Intro Auto Mach Mill  
Requested implementation term: 200404  
RECOMMENDED

158.  FT 224  ANATOMY and PHYSIOLOGY FOR FITNESS INSTRUCTORS NEW COURSE

4 lec, 4 cr  
Introduces anatomical terminology, concepts, basic chemistry, cell structure and function, tissues, and the following systems: metabolic, cardiovascular, pulmonary, skeletal, muscular, endocrine, and nervous.  
Prerequisite: Admission into the Fitness Technology Program.  
Requested implementation term: 200404  
RECOMMENDED