Minutes 3-3-2004

CURRICULUM GEN/ED COMMITTEE of the
EDUCATIONAL ADVISORY COUNCIL
MINUTES
March 3, 2004
SYLVANIA CAMPUS, CC BLDG, OAK ROOM
3:00 - 7:30 pm

Members Present (X)

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

 

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:

Jan Abushakrah; Greg Frank; Jeannie LaFrance; Matt Scott; Larry Altree; Cynthia Golledge; Katie Leonard; John Sparks; Michael Annus; Peter Haas; Diana LoVerso; Steve Ward; Patty Barnett; Spencer Hinkle; John Mery; Doris Werkman; Vicky Charlston; Allen Jones; Moe OConnor; Connie Christopher; Scott Judy; Thom Perry; Christyn Dundorf; Eric Kirchner; David Renne.

 

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 Supervsn
Requested implementation term: 200404
RECOMMENDED

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

Current title: Real Estate Finance II
Requested implementation term: 200404
RECOMMENDED

 

NEW BUSINESS

159.  MUS 152A, B, C  CONTEMPORARY ARRANGING:SETTINGS for ORIGINALS and COVERS I, II, III TITLE CHANGE

Currently: Elements of Arranging, I, II, III
30 character title for student transcript: Contemporary Arranging I, II, III
Requested implementation term: 200404
RECOMMENDED

160.  MUS 154A, B, C  BAND PERFORMANCE WORKSHOP A, B, C TITLE CHANGE

Currently: Show Band (small)
Requested implementation term:  200404
RECOMMENDED

161.  PSY 201A, 202A, 203A  GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY:SOCIOCULTURAL PERSPECTIVES TITLE CHANGE

Currently: General Psychology: Gender Perspectives
30 character title for student transcript: Gen Psy: Sociocultural Persp
Requested implementation term: 200404
RECOMMENDED. This title change is bookkeeping issue only.  It is correct in the Banner system. 

162.  PSY 214 INTRODUCTION TO PERSONALITY COURSE DESCRIPTION CHANGE

Proposed: Covers personality theories.  Includes an overview of the major schools within personality psychology and focuses on their contributions and usefulness in understanding human behavior. Incorporates activities that help students apply what they have learned about personality theory to their personal and professional lives. Recommended: Completion of WR 115; completion of PSY 201/A or 202/A or 203/A, or equivalent.
Current
: Covers personality theories. Includes an overview of the major schools within personality psychology and focuses on their contributions and usefulness in understanding human behavior. Incorporates activities that help students apply what they have learned about personality theory to their personal and professional lives. Recommended: Completion of WR 115.
Requested implementation term: 200404
RECOMMENDED

163.  PSY 215 HUMAN DEVELOPMENT COURSE DESCRIPTION CHANGE

Proposed: Designed to survey the major principles of behavior and patterns of change in people over the life span. Revolves around the areas of development in physical, intellectual, social, personality and cross-cultural diversity, for infants, children, adolescents, adults, and the elderly. College-level skills in reading and WR 115 are required. Recommended: Completion of PSY 201A, or equivalent.
Current:
Designed to survey the major principles of behavior and patterns of change in people over the life span. Revolves around the areas of development in physical, intellectual, social, personality and cross-cultural diversity, for infants, children, adolescents, adults, and the elderly. College-level skills in reading and WR 115 are required.
Requested implementation term: 200404
RECOMMENDED
with note to correct 201A to 201/A.  The SAC will re-evaluate how the statements "College-level skills in reading and WR 155 are required" should be more precisely reflected in prerequisite/recommendation.   The Committee suggested the Psychology SAC might want to look at making WR 115 a prerequisite in stead of a recommendation in their course descriptions.  At this time, an amendment was also made to PSY 101 and 190 to included in the course description "Recommended: Completion of WR 115."  That will bring then in line with the other psychology courses with the same recommendations.

164.  PSY 239 INTRODUCTION TO ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY PREREQUISITE CHANGE

Proposed: Prerequisites: Completion of 201A or 202A or 203A (203A preferred by department), or permission of instructor.
Current
: Prerequisites: PSY 201, 202, or 203.
Requested implementation term: 200404
RECOMMENDED
with note to correct 201A to 201/A, 202A to 202/A and 203A to 203/A.

165.  MUS 111C, 112C, 113C MUSIC THEORY I: SIGHT SINGING AND EAR TRAINING (part one, two and three) CONTACT HOUR CHANGE

Proposed: 2 lec/lab, 1 cr
Current: 1 lec, 1 cr
Requested implementation term: 200404
RECOMMENDED

166.  MUS 211B, 212B, 213B  MUSIC THEORY II: KEYBOARD HARMONY CONTACT HOUR CHANGE

Proposed: 2 lec/lab, 1 cr
Current: 1 lec, 1 cr
Requested implementation term: 200404
RECOMMENDED

167.  OS 280F COOPERATIVE EDUCATION: ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT COURSE DESCRIPTION CHANGE

Proposed: Provides field experience for the administrative assistant student. Recommended: RD 115; WR 115. Prerequisite: Satisfactory progress through at least 15 credits of CAS/OS courses or instructor permission.
Current
: Provides field experience for the administrative assistant student. Recommended: Satisfactory progress through four terms in the administrative assistant program area or instructor permission. English communication skills necessary. Concurrent registration in OS 280G required.
Requested implementation term: 200402
RECOMMENDED
with change in Recommended statement to read: Satisfactory progress through at least 15 credit hours of CAS/OS courses; RD 115; WR 115; or instructor permission.

168.  OS 280G COOPERATIVE EDUCATION: ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT SEMINAR COURSE DESCRIPTION CHANGE

Proposed: This seminar supplements the work experience portion of cooperative education and the students on-campus program through feedback sessions and instruction in job-related areas.
Prerequisite: Satisfactory progress through at least 15 credit hours of CAS/OS courses or instructor permission.
Current
: Supplements the field experience portion of cooperative education through feedback sessions, instruction in job-related areas, and linkages to the students on-campus program. English communication skills necessary. Recommended: Concurrent registration in OS 280F.
Requested implementation term: 200402
RECOMMENDED
with change in Recommended statement to read: Concurrent registration in at least one credit of OS 280F; Satisfactory progress through at least 15 credit hours of CAS/OS courses; RD 115; WR 115; or instructor permission.

169.  SP 228 MASS COMMUNICATION PREREQUISITE CHANGE

Proposed: Placement in WR 121, or successful completion of WR 115.
Current: none
Requested implementation term: 200404
RECOMMENDED

170.  PT 148 DIGITAL DARKROOM-PHOTOSHOP FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS NEW COURSE

2 lec, 3 lab, 3 cr
Photoshop for photographers introduces tools and techniques for basic image selecting, editing and creation of special effects for digital and conventional photographic images. Emphasizes repair and montage techniques. Tone and color adjustment techniques and successful output strategies will be developed. Recommended: Basic computer skills
30 character title for student transcript: Digital Darkroom
Requested implementation term: 200404
RECOMMENDED
with addition to Recommended statement to read: Recommended: Basic computer skills and WR 115.

171.  J 200 INTRODUCTION TO MEDIA WRITING NEW COURSE, AAOT A LIST DESIGNATION

3 lec, 3 cr
Introduces the basic process and practice of writing for media. Discusses style and story structure for print and electronic media and the rights and responsibilities of the public communicator. Emphasizes journalistic style and format, accuracy and clarity in writing. Recommend taking J 202 concurrently. Prerequisite: WR 121.
Recommended implementation term: 200404
RECOMMENDED
with title change to Intro to Writing for the Media; addition of verbiage to recommend statement to read: Recommend taking J 202 concurrently, if offered. Course recommended for AAOT B list designation, at this time.

172.  LA 206 INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW NEW COURSE

3 lec, 3 cr
Provides insight into the nuances of an IP focused practice. An overview of substantive law providing context of the issues. Students have an opportunity to research, locate, interact, complete, and file relevant documents pertaining to procedural and litigation issues of an IP law Practice. Critical thinking and determination of the students future desire to pursue a career in IP law, including attending law school, will be encouraged. Introduces the basic terms, concepts, laws, and administrative rules necessary to interpret and accomplish tasks typically assigned to legal assistants by attorneys in intellectual property (IP) law practices. Emphasizes patent and trademark prosecution (filing documents with the United States Patent and Trademark Office), copyrights, and to lesser extent, unique facets of IP litigation.
Requested implementation term: 200402
RECOMMENDED
with course description to begin at Introduces the basic terms.. instead of  Provides insight.

173.  SOC 281 EXPLORE CAREERS IN GERONTOLOGY NEW COURSE

1 lec, 1 cr
Includes 3-hour workshop and 27 hours fieldwork exploring the job market and career paths in gerontology. Students will assess their interests, skills, and training needs, and receive job search counseling and direction. Fieldwork includes shadow mentorships, informational interviews, market research, portfolio development and other career enhancing activities.
Requested implementation term: 200404
Committee recommended postponement of this course until the April meeting and further discussion on how this course should be offered. The Committee also needs time to discuss this type format for courses and recommended the Sociology SAC discuss the format presentation of this course with regard to lecture, lecture/lab, and lab formats.

174.  SOC 282 BUILD A CAREER IN GERONTOLOGY NEW COURSE

1 lec, 1 cr
Includes 3-hour workshop and 27 hours fieldwork in market research and job identification. Students will develop job and skill development priorities, and build a career path through job search and readiness tasks, market research, work portfolio and resume development, job interviews, career coaching, and other career development activities.
Requested implementation term: 200404
Committee recommended postponement of this course until the April meeting and further discussion on how this course should be offered. The Committee also needs time to discuss this type format for courses and recommended the Sociology SAC discuss the format presentation of this course with regard to lecture, lecture/lab, and lab formats.

212.  SOC  214A THE ILLUMINATION PROJECT:TOOLS FOR CREATIVE SOCIAL ACTIVISM 1 NEW COURSE, CULTURAL DIVERSITY DESIGNATION

6 lec/lab, 3 cr
First of a three-term sequence designed to address issues of institutional oppression through classroom and community presentations utilizing interactive theatre.  Provides skills in the area of social analysis, group facilitation, social change interventions, creative production and basic acting. Must have instructor permission. Courses need to be taken in sequence.
30 character title for student transcript: Tools f/Creative Social Act 1
Requested implementation term: 200404
RECOMMENDED
by Curriculum/GenEd Committee with one Opposing vote.  It was recommended that instructor permission become a prerequisite for the course.  The course description in the CCOG does indicate that instructor permission is required.  The request for Cultural Diversity was deferred until the request for General Education designation is ready for consideration and presented at the same time.

213.  SOC  214B THE ILLUMINATION PROJECT: TOOLS FOR CREATIVE SOCIAL ACTIVISM 2 NEW COURSE, CULTURAL DIVERSITY DESIGNATION

6 lec/lab, 3 cr
Second of a three-term sequence designed to address issues of institutional oppression through classroom and community presentations utilizing interactive theatre.  Courses must be taken in sequence.  Prerequisite: SOC 214A.
30 character title for student transcript: Tools f/Creative Social Act 2
Requested implementation term: 200404
RECOMMENDED by Curriculum/GenEd Committee with one Opposing vote.  It was recommended that instructor permission become a prerequisite for the course.  The course description in the CCOG does indicate that instructor permission is required.  The request for Cultural Diversity was deferred until the request for General Education designation is ready for consideration and presented at the same time.

214.  SOC  214C THE ILLUMINATION PROJECT: TOOLS FOR CREATIVE SOCIAL ACTIVISM 3 NEW COURSE, CULTURAL DIVERSITY DESIGNATION

6 lec/lab, 3 cr
Third of a three-term sequence designed to address issues of institutional oppression through classroom and community presentations utilizing interactive theatre.  Provides skills in the area of social analysis, group facilitation, social change interventions, creative production and basic acting. Must have instructor permission.  Courses need to be taken in sequence.  Prerequisite: SOC 214B.
30 character title for student transcript: Tools f/Creative Social Act 3
Requested implementation term: 200404
RECOMMENDED by Curriculum/GenEd Committee with one Opposing vote.  It was recommended that instructor permission become a prerequisite for the course.  The course description in the CCOG does indicate that instructor permission is required.  The request for Cultural Diversity was deferred until the request for General Education designation is ready for consideration and presented at the same time.

175.  MT 200 SEMICONDUCTOR PROCESSING PREREQUISITE CHANGE

Proposed: MT 223; CH 222
Current: MT 223; CH 203
Requested implementation term: 200402
RECOMMENDED

176.  MT 240 RF PLASMA SYSTEMS PREREQUISITE CHANGE 

Proposed: MT 223; CH 222
Current: MT 223, 200; CH 203
Requested implementation term: 200402
RECOMMENDED

177.  D 150 JAZZ DANCE I COURSE CREDIT/CONTACT HOUR CHANGE

Proposed: 3 lab, 1 cr
Current: 1.5 lec, 1.5 lab, 2 cr
Requested implementation term: 200404
RECOMMENDED

177a.  PE 186F JAZZ DANCE I COURSE TITLE CHANGE

Proposed: Jazz Dance I
Current: Beginning Jazz Dance
Requested implementation term: 200404
RECOMMENDED

178.   D 151 JAZZ DANCE II COURSE CREDIT/CONTACT HOUR CHANGE

Proposed: 3 lab, 1 cr
Current: 1.5 lec, 1.5 lab, 2 cr
Requested implementation term: 200404
RECOMMENDED

178a.  PE 186G JAZZ DANCE II COURSE TITLE CHANGE

Proposed: Jazz Dance II
Current: Intermediate Jazz Dance
Requested implementation term: 200404
RECOMMENDED

179.  D 192A BALLET I COURSE CREDIT/CONTACT HOUR CHANGE

Proposed: 3 lab, 1 cr
Current: 1.5 lec, 1.5 lab, 2 cr
Requested implementation term: 200404
RECOMMENDED

180.  D 192B BALLET II COURSE CREDIT/CONTACT HOUR CHANGE

Proposed: 3 lab, 1 cr
Current: 1.5 lec, 1.5 lab, 2 cr
Requested implementation term: 200404
RECOMMENDED

181.  D 192C MODERN DANCE I COURSE CREDIT/CONTACT HOUR CHANGE

Proposed: 3 lab, 1 cr
Current: 1.5 lec, 1.5 lab, 2 cr
Requested implementation term: 200404
RECOMMENDED

181a.  PE 186I MODERN DANCE I COURSE TITLE CHANGE 

Proposed: Modern Dance I
Current: Beginning Modern Dance
Requested implementation term: 200404
RECOMMENDED

182.  D 192D MODERN DANCE II COURSE TITLE CHANGE, COURSE CREDIT/CONTACT HOUR CHANGE

Proposed: Modern Dance II
Current: Dance Lab: Modern II
Proposed
: 3 lab, 1 cr
Current: 1.5 lec, 1.5 lab, 2 cr
Requested implementation term: 200404
RECOMMENDED

182a.  PE 186J MODERN DANCE II TITLE CHANGE

Proposed: Modern Dance II
Current: Intermediate Modern Dance
Requested implementation term: 200404
RECOMMENDED

183.  D 175A TAP DANCE I COURSE CREDIT/CONTACT HOUR CHANGE

Proposed: 3 lab, 1 cr
Current: 1.5 lec, 1.5 lab, 2 cr
Requested implementation term: 200404
RECOMMENDED

184.  D 209A  DANCE PERFORMANCE COURSE CREDIT/CONTACT HOUR CHANGE

Proposed: 3 lab, 1 cr
Current: 1.5 lec, 1.5 lab, 2 cr
Requested implementation term: 200404
The Committee recommended that D 209A, 209B, 209C become D 209 offered with variable credit of 1-3 credit hours and a maximum of 9 credit hours.  Also correction in current course credit/contact hours to read: 9 lab, 3 cr.

185.  D 209C DANCE PERFORMANCE COURSE CREDIT/CONTACT HOUR CHANGE

Proposed: 9 lab, 3 cr
Current: 3 lec, 3 cr
Requested implementation term: 200404
The Committee recommended that D 209A, 209B, 209C become D 209 offered with variable credit of 1-3 credit hours and a maximum of 9 credit hours.  Also correction in current course credit/contact hours to read: 9 lab, 3 cr.

186.  D 252 JAZZ DANCE III COURSE NUMBER CHANGE , COURSE CREDIT/CONTACT HOUR CHANGE

Proposed: D 252
Current: D 152
Proposed
: 3 lab, 1 cr
Current: 1.5 lec, 1.5 lab, 2 cr
Requested implementation term: 200404
RECOMMENDED

187.  D 292 BALLET III COURSE CREDIT/CONTACT HOUR CHANGE

Proposed: 3 lab, 3 cr
Current: 1.5 lec, 1.5 lab, 2 cr
Requested implementation term: 200404
RECOMMENDED
with correction in Proposed Credit/Contact hour to 3 lab, 1 cr.

188.  MCH 123 SHEET METAL FABRICATION NEW COURSE

8 lec/lab, 4 cr
Technical elective course in the Associate of Applied Science Degree.  Introductory course in the setup and operation of manual sheet metal machinery.  Prerequisite: MCH 100.
Requested implementation term: 200402
POSTPONED until faculty representation is present to support course request.

189.  MCH 140 HONING MACHINES & OPERATIONS NEW COURSE

2 lec/lab, 1 cr
Technical elective course in the Associate of Applied Science Degree.  Preparatory course designed to introduce the proper setups, uses and operations associated with the honing machine and its accessory devices.  Prerequisite: MCH 136.
Requested implementation term: 200402
POSTPONED until faculty representation is present to support course request.

190.  MCH 141 BRAKE LATHES & OPERATIONS NEW COURSE

2 lec/lab, 1 cr
Technical elective course in the Associate of Applied Science Degree.   Preparatory course designed to introduce the proper setups, uses and operations associated with the brake lathe machine and its accessory devices.  Prerequisite: MCH 136.
Requested implementation term: 200402
POSTPONED until faculty representation is present to support course request.

191.  MCH 142 VALVE GRINDING MACHINES & OPERATIONS NEW COURSE

2 lec/lab, 1 cr
Technical elective course in the Associate of Applied Science Degree.  Preparatory course designed to introduce the proper setups, uses and operations associated with the valve grinding machine and its accessory devices.  Prerequisite: MCH 136.
Requested implementation term: 200402
POSTPONED until faculty representation is present to support course request.

192.  MCH 151 METROLOGY NEW COURSE

4 lec/lab, 2 cr
Technical elective course in the Associate of Applied Science Degree.  Introduces measurement by mechanical, electronic, and optical methods related to industrial dimensional conformance requirements.  Drawing and part compliance methods, including geometric dimensioning verification techniques.  Prerequisite: MCH 150.
Requested implementation term: 200402
POSTPONED until faculty representation is present to support course request.

193.  MCH 226  CNC GRINDER PROGRAMMING NEW COURSE

5 lec/lab, 2.5 cr
Technical elective course in the Associate of Applied Science Degree.  Preparatory course designed to introduce the programming of the Computer Numerical Controlled Surface Grinder including proper setups, uses and operations associated with the CNC surface grinding machine and its accessory devices.  Prerequisite: MCH 225.
Requested implementation term: 200402
POSTPONED until faculty representation is present to support course request.

194.  MCH 227  CNC GRINDER OPERATION NEW COURSE

5 lec/lab, 2.5 cr
Technical elective course in the Associate of Applied Science Degree.  Preparatory course designed to introduce the operation of the Computer Numerical Controlled Surface Grinder including proper setups, uses and operations associated with the CNC surface grinding machine and its accessory devices.  Prerequisite: MCH 226.
Requested implementation term: 200402
POSTPONED until faculty representation is present to support course request.

195.  MCH 250 JOB READINESS NEW COURSE

6 lec/lab, 3 cr
Technical elective course in the Associate of Applied Science Degree.  Covers job readiness training with job search strategies as students seek to secure a position as an entry level manufacturing/machining technician.  Prerequisite: MCH 100
Requested implementation term: 200402
POSTPONED until faculty representation is present to support course request.

196.  MCH 270 VERICUT NEW COURSE

6 lec/lab, 3 cr
Technical elective course in the Associate of Applied Science Degree.  Preparatory course in the use and application of the Vericut simulation software.  Prerequisite: MCH 273.
Requested implementation term: 200402
POSTPONED until faculty representation is present to support course request.

197.  MCH 281 CNC ROUTER PROGRAMMING  NEW COURSE

10 lec/lab, 5 cr
Technical elective course in the Associate of Applied Science Degree.  Introduces the basic programming skills used with G & M compatible controlled CNC routers. Prerequisite: MCH 205
Requested implementation term: 200402
POSTPONED until faculty representation is present to support course request.

198.  MCH 282 CNC ROUTER OPERATION NEW COURSE

6 lec/lab, 3 cr
Technical elective course in the Associate of Applied Science Degree.  Introduces the basic operation and setup skill used with Techno (G & M compatible) controlled CNC routers.  Prerequisite: MCH 281.
Requested implementation term: 200402
POSTPONED until faculty representation is present to support course request.

199.  MCH 283 CNC ROUTER MASTERCAM PROGRAMMING NEW COURSE

6 lec/lab, 3 cr
Technical elective course in the Associate of Applied Science Degree.  Preparatory course in CAD/CAM designed to introduce personal computing and the operational basics of Mastercam Router required to produce a CNC manufactured part. Prerequisite: MCH 282.
Requested implementation term: 200402
POSTPONED until faculty representation is present to support course request.

200.  MCH 284 COMPUTER AIDED MANUFACTURING NEW COURSE

6 lec/lab, 3 cr
Technical elective course in the Associate of Applied Science Degree.  Introduces the development of NC machine tool manufacturing processes using computer aided process planning and advanced CAD/CAM software.  Emphasizes analysis and planning required for successful NC production, development of CAD drawings and solid models for CAM program development, toolpath simulation software, and manufacturing engineering issues associated with NC based production.  Prerequisite: MCH 273.
Requested implementation term: 200402
POSTPONED until faculty representation is present to support course request.

201.  MCH 285 COMPUTER INTEGRATED MANUFACTURING NEW COURSE

6 lec/lab, 3 cr
Technical elective course in the Associate of Applied Science Degree.  Introduces the concepts and technologies of Computer Integrated Manufacturing.  Prerequisite: MCH 284.
Requested implementation term: 200402
POSTPONED until faculty representation is present to support course request.

202. AVS 130 INSTRUMENT GROUND SCHOOL COURSE CREDIT/CONTACT HOUR CHANGE

Proposed: 4 lec, 4 cr
Current: 3 lec, 3 cr
Requested implementation term: 200404
RECOMMENDED

203.  AVS 140 COMMERCIAL PILOT GROUND SCHOOL COURSE CREDIT/CONTACT HOUR CHANGE

Proposed: 4 lec, 4 cr
Current: 5 lec, 5 cr
Requested implementation term: 200404
RECOMMENDED

204. AVS 260 HELICOPTER: CFI GROUND COURSE CREDIT/CONTACT HOUR CHANGE

Proposed: 4 lec, 4 cr
Current: 3 lec, 3 cr
Requested implementation term: 200404
RECOMMENDED

205.  ECE 224  MULTICULTURAL PRACTICE:CURRICULUM & IMPLEMENTATION COURSE TITLE CHANGE, COURSE NUMBER CHANGE, PREREQUISITE CHANGE

Proposed: Multicultural Practice: Curriculum & Implementation
Current: Cultural Diversity
Proposed
: ECE 224
Current: ECE 233
Proposed
: ECE 124
Current: none
30 character title for student transcript: Multicult Pract: Curriculum
Requested implementation term: 200404
RECOMMENDED

206.  ECE 260 ADVANCED PRACTICUM-SEMINAR - COURSE NUMBER CHANGE, COURSE CREDIT/CONTACT HOUR CHANGE, PREREQUISITE CHANGE

Proposed: ECE 260
Current: ECE 250
Proposed
: 3 lec, 3 cr
Current: 2 lec, 2 cr
Proposed
: none
Current: ECE 270
Requested implementation term: 200404
RECOMMENDED upon Committee consensus of CCOG by e-mail.

207.  ECE 263/264  ADVANCED PRACTICUM (Lab) COURSE NUMBER CHANGE, CONCURRENT/COREQUISITE CHANGE

Proposed: ECE 263 and ECE 264
Current: ECE 253 and ECE 254
Proposed
: Prerequisite/Concurrent: none
Current: Prerequisite/Concurrent: ECE 270
Proposed
: Corequisite ECE 260
Current: Corequisite ECE 250
Requested implementation term: 200404
RECOMMENDED

208.  WLD 221 GAS TUNGSTEN ARC WELDING MILD STEEL COURSE NUMBER CHANGE

Proposed: WLD 221
Current: WLD 121
Requested implementation term: 200404
RECOMMENDED

209.  WLD 141 FLUX CORED ARC WELDING I (GAS SHIELDED) COURSE CREDIT/CONTACT HOUR CHANGE

Proposed: 24 lec/lab, 3 cr
Current: 24 lec/lab, 6 cr
Requested implementation term: 200404
RECOMMENDED
with change in Proposed course credit/contact hours to read: 6 lec/lab, 3 cr

210.  WLD 152 WIRE WELDING CERTIFICATION PRACTICE COURSE CREDIT/CONTACT HOUR CHANGE, COURSE DESCRIPTION CHANGE

Proposed: 24 lec/lab, 6 cr
Current: 24 lec/lab, 3 cr
Proposed
: Methods and skills to improve and upgrade welding techniques to a qualification level to become certified in the gas metal arc and flux-cored arc welding processes.  Department permission required.
Current
: Methods and skills to improve and upgrade welding techniques to a qualification level to become certified in the gas metal arch and flux-cored arc welding processes.  Department permission required.
Requested implementation term: 200404
RECOMMENDED
with change in  Proposed course credit/contact hours to read 12 lec/lab, 6cr.

211.  WLD 263 CAPSTONE WELDING TECHNOLOGY NEW COURSE

12 lec/lab, 6 cr
Demonstrate readiness for welding employment through the development and performance of a comprehensive hands-on welding related Service Learning Project, and the successful completion of an industry-based written assessment.  Prerequisite: Completion of One-year Certificate of Completion in Welding Technology.
Requested implementation term: 200402
Postponed to allow the Welding SAC to discuss how better to present this course.  The lec/lab designation doesn't fit the State definition of a lecture/lab course.

217.  BCT 123 ROOF FRAMING II PREREQUISITE/CONCURRENT CHANGE

Proposed: Prerequisite: BCT 106.  Prerequisite/Concurrent registration: BCT 122
Current
: Prerequisites: BCT 106; BCT 122
Requested implementation term: 200404
RECOMMENDED

218.  BCT 204B CONSTRUCTION ESTIMATING-RESIDENTIAL COURSE NUMBER CHANGE, TITLE CHANGE

Proposed course number: BCT 204B
Current: BCT 204
Current title: Construction Estimating
Requested implementation term: 200404
RECOMMENDED

219. BCT 204C CONSTRUCTION ESTIMATING-COMMERCIAL NEW COURSE

3 lec, 3 cr
Introductory class in construction estimating concentrating on basic estimating techniques.  Using plans for a light commercial building, students will learn: how to organize and prepare estimates, quantity take-offs and pricing, and the fundamentals of bid assembly.  Prerequisites: BCT 102 and 104; or instructor permission.
Requested implementation term: 200404
RECOMMENDED

220.  IVP 101 VIDEO PRODUCTION I COURSE CREDIT/CONTACT HOUR CHANGE, COURSE DESCRIPTION CHANGE, LEARNING OUTCOME CHANGE

Proposed: 6 lec, 3 lab, 9 cr
Current: 6 lec, 19 lec/lab, 9 cr
Proposed
: Introduces digital video production.  Through lectures, hands-on demonstrations, and exercises, learn how to plan, shoot and edit video projects.  Includes creating video projects, assisting with Interactive Television courses, and crewing on Distance Education and PCC client productions.  Program admission required.  Prerequisite: WR 121.
Current
: Provides experience setting up and operating studio and portable cameras: setting up and operating video recorders; setting up lighting for studio and field production; setting up and operating sound equipment; operating video switchers and operating the character generator; performing cuts-only post-production editing; scheduling equipment and facilities as required; directing a distance learning class, participating in student and distance learning productions and performing other duties as required.  Pre-admission required.  Prerequisite: WR 121.
Proposed learning outcomes: see attached
Requested implementation term: 200402
RECOMMENDED
with addition to first line of the course description to include: Introduces digital video production and nonlinear editing. and correction of Proposed credit/contact hour change to read: 6 lec, 3 lec/lab, 4.5 lab, 9 cr.

221.  IVP 102 VIDEO PRODUCTION II  COURSE CREDIT/CONTACT HOUR CHANGE, COURSE DESCRIPTION CHANGE, LEARNING OUTCOME CHANGE

Proposed: 6 lec, 13.5 lec/lab,  3 lab, 9 cr
Current: 6 lec, 19 lec/lab, 9 cr
Proposed
: Continues with digital video production and nonlinear editing and introduces field audio recording, audio editing, and shooting and preparing video for internet distribution.  Includes creating video and audio projects, assisting with Interactive Television courses, and crewing on Distance Education and PCC client productions.  Prerequisite: IVP 101.
Current
: Provides opportunity to produce and direct studio productions; produce, direct, shoot and edit field productions; establish proficiency in shooting and editing continuity; editing to the beat and multiple channel audio mixing; editing with an A/B roll match frame editor; learn to operate electronic graphics systems; directing a distance learning class; participating in student and distance learning productions and performing other duties as required.  Prerequisite: IVP 101.
Proposed learning outcomes: see attached.
Requested implementation term: 200402
RECOMMENDED
with correction of Proposed credit/contact hour change to read: 3 lec, 3 lec/lab, 13.5 lab, 9 cr

222.  IVP 103 VIDEO PRODUCTION III COURSE CREDIT/CONTACT HOUR CHANGE, COURSE DESCRIPTION CHANGE, LEARNING OUTCOME CHANGE

Proposed: 3 lec, 3 lab, 13.5 lec/lab, 9 cr
Current: 6 lec, 19 lec/lab, 9 cr
Proposed
: Course builds on the video production skills learned in IVP 101 and 102 with students taking more prominent roles in client productions.  Includes creating video and audio projects, assisting with Interactive Television courses, and crewing on Distance Education and PCC client productions.  Prerequisite: IVP 102.
Current
: Student will receive production ideas, interview client and establish target audience and production purpose; establish production calendar and timelines; investigate and identify all resources; produce a budget breakdown; scout locations; assemble resources and supervise pre-production, production and post-production activities; student will be responsible for final budget analysis; present the finished video to the client; acquire experience in non-linear editing, off line, on line, EDLs; advanced lighting for student and client productions; direct a distance learning class; participate in student and distance learning productions and perform other duties as required.  Prerequisite: IVP 102.
Proposed learning outcomes: see attached.
Requested implementation term: 200402
RECOMMENDED
correction of Proposed credit/contact hour change to read: 3 lec, 3 lec/lab, 13.5 lab, 9 cr

223.  HE 212  WOMENS HEALTH, 213 MENS HEALTH, 242 STRESS AND HUMAN HEALTH, 251 COMMUNITY AND PUBLIC HEALTH ISSUES GENERAL EDUCATION DESIGNATION

POSTPONED BY ORIGINATOR

224.  ENL 260 UPPER ADVANCED READING PREREQUISITE, PREREQUISITE / CONCURRENT CHANGE

Proposed: Prerequisite: ENNL placement test.  Prerequisite/Concurrent: ENL 254 and 252, or placement into ENL 262 and ENL 264.
Current
Prerequisite: ENNL placement test; completion of ENL 252 and 254/255/257 or higher; or placement into ENL 262 and ENL 264/265/267.
Requested implementation term: 200403
RECOMMENDED

225.  ENL 262 UPPER ADVANCED WRITING READING REREQUISITE, PREREQUISITE / CONCURRENT CHANGE

Proposed: Prerequisite: ENNL placement test.  Prerequisite/Concurrent: ENL 254 and 250, or placement into ENL 262 and ENL 264.
Current
Prerequisite: ENNL placement test; completion of ENL 250 and 254/255/257 or higher; or placement into ENL 260 and ENL 264/265/267.
Requested implementation term: 200403
RECOMMENDED

226.  FT 131 STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF THE HUMAN BODY NEW COURSE

6 lec/lab, 3 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: 200204
RECOMMENDED
with change in course credit/contact hours to 4 lec, 4 cr. and new course description to read: Presents basic principles in sports science and kinesiology and how it relates to exercise.  Covers terminology, and in particular, its application to fitness and sport.  Interpret and apply the fundamental concepts of human anatomy and physiology to physical activity and sport.  Effectively communicate in writing and speech your knowledge of anatomy and kinesiology.  Recognize the functional link between anatomical systems and physical activity.  Develop a continuing curiosity about the human body and the ability to apply scientific principles and concepts to life long exploration and learning.  Prepare students who are in the Fitness Technology program for their future course work.