Minutes 10-6-2004

CURRICULUM GEN/ED COMMITTEE of the
EDUCATIONAL ADVISORY COUNCIL
MINUTES
October 6, 2004
SYLVANIA CAMPUS, CC BLDG, CONF ROOM B
3:00 - 5:00 pm

Committee Members:

X Kendra Cawley, Chair X Diane Kamali X Dieterich Steinmetz
X Michael Cleghorn X Pam Kessinger X Doris Werkman
X Marlene Eid X Michael Marciniak X Joe Wright
X Dan Findley X Moe O’Connor   Adrian Rodriguez
X Jeff Josifek        

 

Committee Support:

  Amy Alday-Murray X Guy Sievert X Susan Wilson
X Frost Johnson X Brett Williams    

 

Guests:

Matthew Funk, Darcie LeMieux, Jim Straight, Brooke Gondara, Frank Granshaw, Sylvia Gray, Jan Abushakrah, Skip Goldy

The meeting began with general business at 3:08 pm.

  • Review of By-law Changes -- Types of questions asked discussion under General Procedures in the Appendix to the By-laws.
    • SACs need to make sure all impacted groups are notified if changes are being made to prerequisites. This especially includes programs that use their course as a prerequisite or program requirement.  The form was changed for this purpose last year and it has been better since that time.
    • The types of questions asked and links to relevant web sites would be helpful if sent with the confirmation of on-line submissions.  Brett will work on this.
    • New lower division courses must be taught at a minimum of 3 other colleges in Oregon, SACs need to evaluate the course to make sure it doesn’t cross over to upper division   (meaning courses that are offered as upper division within the OUS system).
  • Informational Items:
    • Course Inactivations:
      • TE 9800 – TE 9942 (Trade Extensions)
    • Experimental Courses
      • LAT 199 – Sustainable Lawncare for the Green Professional
      • ED 299 – Current Bilingual ED Practices
      • BCT 199 – Natural Building Design & Construction I
      • INSP 199 – Introduction to the Residential Electrical Code
      • INSP 199A – Introduction to the Residential Plumbing Code
      • MTH 99A – Intermediate Algebra Part I
      • MTH 99B – Intermediate Algebra Part II
        • Matthew Funk shared the purpose for the math courses was to assist students in splitting MTH 95 content into two courses to allow for slower paced coverage of material.  Each 2 credits.
      • SOC 299A – The Illumination Project I
      • PS 199 – Oregon Elections 2004
      • PS 299 – Current Election Politics
      • ECE 199A – Language & Literacy Rich Early Childhood Environments
      • HUM 299 – Culture of Renaissance Italy

      Committee members and guests introduced themselves.

OLD BUSINESS began at 3:35 pm.

173. SOC 181 Gerontology Career Exploration – New Course

Jan Abushakrah submitted a revised version of the request with CCOG addressing the concerns of overlap with the Career Guidance SAC. (Attached)

Recommended

174. SOC 282 Gerontology Capstone Seminar -  New Course

Jan Abushakrah submitted a revised version of the request with CCOG addressing the concerns of overlap with the Career Guidance SAC. (Attached)

Recommended – with title of Gerontology Professional Seminar.

 

NEW BUSINESS

1. ITP 130 Current Issues in Deafness – Cultural diversity designation

Recommended – designation of ASL 130 for meeting Diversity and List B designations

2. ITP 285 Deaf Studies Internship – New Course

Recommended

3. MTH 116 Calculus Preparation – Title Change

            Proposed title: Review of Precalculus

Recommended

4. PSY 215 REQUISITE CHANGE  

Request for program requisite change for Nursing at CGCC; forwarded to Degrees and Certificates 

5. SPA 101 Title Change

Postponed due to lack of representation.

6. SPA 102 Title Change

Postponed due to lack of representation.

7. SPA 103 Title Change

Postponed due to lack of representation.

8. SPA 201 Title Change

Postponed due to lack of representation.

9. SPA 202 Title Change

Postponed due to lack of representation.

10. SPA 203 Title Change

Postponed due to lack of representation.

11. HST 101 Western Civilization:  Ancient World to Early Medieval Europe – Description Change

Proposed Course Description: Studies the ancient civilizations of Egypt, Mesopotamia, Greece and Rome. Covers development of Judeo-Christian beliefs and early Medieval Europe. Recommended: completion of WR 115 with a C or higher grade.

Recommended

12. HST 102 Western Civilization:  Medieval to Early Modern Europe – Description Change

Proposed Course Description:Studies the High Middle Ages and early modern Europe, including the Renaissance, Reformation, Scientific Revolution and the French Revolution. Recommended: completion of WR 115 with a C or higher grade.

Recommended

13. HST 103 Western Civilization:  Modern Europe – Description Change

Proposed Course Description: Studies history of the 19th and 20th centuries, including the Industrial Revolution, nationalism, imperialism, socialism, the Russian Revolution, Nazism, world wars and their aftermath. Recommended: completion of WR 115 with a C or higher grade.

Recommended

14. HST 104 History of Eastern Civilization:  Middle East – Description, Title Change

Proposed title: History of Eastern Civilizations: Middle East

Proposed Course Description: Surveys the Middle East from ancient to modern times. Includes political, economic, social, religious and diplomatic events from pre-history to modern times. Recommended: completion of WR 115 with a C or higher grade.

Recommended

15. HST 105 History of Eastern Civilizations: India and Subcontinent – Description, Title Change  Proposed Course Title: History of Eastern Civilizations: India and Subcontinent

Proposed Course Description: Surveys India and Subcontinent, including Pakistan and Afghanistan. Includes political, economic, social, religious, and diplomatic events from pre-history to modern times. Recommended: completion of WR 115 with a C or higher grade.

Recommended

16. HST 106 History of Eastern Civilization: Far East – Description, Title Change

Proposed Course Title: History of Eastern Civilizations: East Asia

Proposed Course Description: Surveys the eastern regions of Asia, specifically China and Japan. Includes political, social, religious and diplomatic events from pre-history to modern times. Recommended: completion of WR 115 with a C or higher grade.

Recommended

17. HST 285 The Holocaust – Description Change

Proposed Course Description:  The aftermath of World War I and the rise of the Nazis, the historical roots of anti-Semitism, the evolution of the Final Solution and its coordination in Nazi-occupied Europe, the victims of Nazi policies, the camps, the perpetrators, bystanders, and resistance will be discussed. Videos, documents, and personal accounts will be used to explore interpretations of the Holocaust. Recommended: completion of WR 115 with a C or higher grade.

Recommended

18. HST 201 History of the United States – I – Description Change

Proposed Course Description: Studies cause and effect, and significant trends and movements related to political, social and economic ideas and events from Colonial times to 1840. Recommended: completion of WR 115 with a C or higher grade.

Recommended

19. HST 202 History of the United States - II - Description Change

Proposed Course Description: Studies cause and effect, and significant trends and movements related to political, social and economics ideas and events from 1840 to 1914. Recommended: completion of WR 115 with a C or higher grade.

Recommended

20. HST 203 History of the United States III – Description Change

Proposed Course Description: Studies cause and effect, and significant trends and movements related to political, social and economics ideas and events from 1914 to present. Recommended: completion of WR 115 with a C or higher grade.

Recommended

21. HST 204 History of Women in the U.S.: Colonial to 1848 – Description Change

Proposed Course Description: Examines women's work, both domestic and in the labor force, education, religion, voluntary activities, social reform, and suffrage. Explores class, ethnic, racial and regional diversity. Recommended: completion of WR 115 with a C or higher grade.

Recommended

22. HST 205 History of Women in the U.S.: 1848 to 1920 – Description Change

Proposed Course Description: Examines women's work in a maturing industrial economy, women's social reform activities, and changing family and social relationships. Explores class, ethnic, racial and regional diversity. Recommended: completion of WR 115 with a C or higher grade.

Recommended

23. HST 206 History of Women in the U.S.: 1920 to Present – Description Change

Proposed Course Description: Examines women's work, family, social reform, and educational experiences in modern America and traces the history of the feminist movement. Explores class, ethnic, racial, and regional variation. Recommended: completion of WR 115 with a C or higher grade.

Recommended

24. HST 218 Native American Indian History – Description Change

Proposed Course Description: Explores examples of Indian culture, general history of Indian life during the white occupation of North America and nature and effects of Native American and European American contact and conflict. Recommended: completion of WR 115 with a C or higher grade.

Recommended

25. HST 225 History of Women, Sex, and the Family – Description Change

Proposed Course Description: Examines the role of women, sex and family in the social development of Europe and America from ancient time to present. Recommended: completion of WR 115 with a C or higher grade.

Recommended

26. HST 240 Oregon’s Social History - Description Change

Proposed Course Description: Studies how people lived throughout different periods of Oregon history, focusing on various social factors and institutions that influence the lives of people in Oregon. Recommended: completion of WR 115 with a C or higher grade.

Recommended

27. HST 246 Religion in the United States to 1840 – Description Change

Proposed Course Description: Studies basic features of native American religions, European backgrounds of Christianity in the United States, development of different religious groups in America and their impact on American life, and trends and development of religion in the United States in the first half of the 19th century. Recommended: completion of WR 115 with a C or higher grade.

Recommended

28. HST 247 Religion in the United States since 1840 – Description Change

Proposed Course Description: Covers basic features of native American religions, European backgrounds of Christianity, development of different religious groups in the United States and their impact on American life. Recommended: completion of WR 115 with a C or higher grade.

Recommended

29. HST 270 History of Mexico – Description Change

Proposed Course Description:Surveys Mexican history from pre-Columbian to modern times. Focus on post contact history: the Spanish conquest, colonial Mexico, independence and its aftermath to contemporary times. Emphasizes social, political and cultural developments and contributions by a diversity of Mexico's peoples. Recommended: completion of WR 115 with a C or higher grade.

Recommended

30. HST 278 Russian History I – Description Change

Proposed Course Description:Helps to build an historical basis to better understand current issues. The main lines of Russian history will be reviewed: the rise of Kiev to the reign of Catherine the Great. Through historical analyses, a critical understanding will be gained of the cultural, social, political, and economic forces that shaped Russian history from the ninth through the eighteenth centuries. Recommended: completion of WR 115 with a C or higher grade.

Recommended

31. HST 279 Russian History II – Description Change

Proposed Course Description:  Helps build an historical basis from which to better understand current issues. Main lines of Russian history will be reviewed, from the reign of Paul and Alexander I to the present. Through historical analyses, a critical understanding will be gained of the cultural, social, political, and economic forces that shaped Russian history from the late eighteenth century to the present. Recommended: completion of WR 115 with a C or higher grade.

Recommended

32. EDO 109 Public Safety Emergency Telecommunications I – Title Change

            Postponed by request

33. EDO 109 Public Safety Emergency Telecommunications I – Number Change

            Postponed by request

34. EDO 109 Public Safety Emergency Telecommunications I – Contact/Credit Change

            Postponed by request

35. EDO 111 Public Safety Emergency Telecom III – Title Change

            Postponed by request

36. EDO 111 Public Safety Emergency Telecommunications III – Number Change

            Postponed by request

37. EDO 111 New Emergency Telecommunications – Call Taking – Contact/Credit Change

            Postponed by request

38. EDO 108 - Transcription for Telecommunicators – Number Change

            Postponed by request

39. EDO 108 - Transcription for Telecommunicators            - Contact/Credit Change

            Postponed by request

40. EDO 105 Crisis Intervention – Number Change

            Postponed by request

41. EDO 227 Communication Center Operations I – Title Change

            Postponed by request

42. EDO 227 Communication Center Operations I – Number Change

            Postponed by request

43. EDO 227 Communication Center Operations I – Contact/Credit Change

            Postponed by request

44. EDO 228 Communication Center Operations II – Title Change

            Postponed by request

45. EDO 228 Communication Center Operations – Advanced – Number Change

            Postponed by request

46. EDO 228 Communication Center Operations II – Contact/Credit Change

            Postponed by request

47. PHY 201 General Physics – Contact/Credit Change

            Postponed due to lack of representation

48. PHY 202 General Physics – Contact/Credit Change

            Postponed due to lack of representation

49. PHY 203 General Physics – Contact/Credit Change

            Postponed due to lack of representation

50. G 200 Principles of Geology: Field Geology – Contact/Credit Change

Course outcomes are recommended to be changed to encompass the maximum number of credits.  If the physical location of study requires less time exploring and less content, it would still be covered under the umbrella.

Postponed until a modularized CCOG is submitted for the different credits levels.

51. CIS 240M MS Windows Workstation Installation and Configuration – Outcomes Change

Proposed Learning Outcomes: On completion of this course the student should be able to design, install, configure and manage a workgroup or domain consisting of Microsoft Windows servers and workstations.

Recommended

52. CIS 240M MS Windows Workstation Installation and Configuration – Prerequisite Change

Proposed Prerequisite: Recommended CIS 140M

Recommended

53. CIS 240M MS Windows Workstation Installation and Configuration – Description Change

Proposed Course Description: The first of a three-term sequence designed to prepare students for an entry-level position as a system administrator of a network utilizing Microsoft’s windows operating systems.  The course focuses on the knowledge and skills necessary to design, install, configure and manage a workgroup or domain consisting of Microsoft Windows servers and workstations.

Recommended

54. CIS 240M MS Windows Workstation and Installation and Configuration – Title Change

Proposed Course Title:  Managing a Windows Network

Recommended

55. CIS 289M Microsoft Active Directory Administration – Prerequisite Change

Proposed Prerequisite: Recommended 240M

Recommended

56. CIS 288M Microsoft Network Administration – Prerequisite Change

Proposed Prerequisite: Recommended CIS 240M

Recommended

57. CIS 140M Operating Systems I: Microsoft – New Course

Recommended

58. CIS 233S Internet Web Page Scripting – Description Change

Proposed Course Description: Provides the foundation to build real-world, browser independent, web applications using client-side technologies, including HTML, DHTML, Cascading Stylesheets and Javascript.  Although the primary focus is on W3C Standards, Internet Explorer and Netscape specific extensions are discussed.  A functioning website is built using the content presented in the course.  Recommended: Proficiency in a modern programming language (CIS 133B, 133J or CS 161); or instructor permission.

Recommended

59. CST 272 Software Projects: Implementation and Testing – Title Change

Proposed Course Title: Software Development Team Project: Deployment

Recommended

60. CST 140 UNIX Systems & Script Programming – Title Change

Proposed Course Title: UNIX/Linux Utilities & Script Programming

Recommended

61. CST 240 UNIX Systems Administration – Title Change

Proposed Course Title: UNIX/Linux Systems Administration

Recommended

62. CST 270 Software Projects: Planning and Analysis – Title Change

Proposed Course Title: Software Development Team Project: Launch

Recommended

63. CST 268 Advanced Windows Planning – Title Change

Proposed Course Title: Object-Oriented Multithreaded Software Development

Recommended

64. CST 266 Advanced Software Engineering in – Title Change

Proposed Course Title: Introduction to Embedded Software Development

Recommended

65. CST 263 Multi-tier Architecture Software Development Advanced Software Engineering in – Title Change

Proposed Course Title: Java Multi-tier Architecture Software Development

Recommended

66. CST 258 Windows Programming Advanced Software Engineering in – Title Change

Proposed Course Title: Object-Oriented GUI Software Development

Recommended

67. CST 256 Software Engineering in C Advanced Software Engineering in – Title Change

Proposed Course Title: Introduction to Systems Software Development

Recommended

68. CST 115 Introduction to Software Engineering in C++ Advanced Software Engineering in – Title Change

Proposed Course Title: Introduction to Object-Oriented Software Engineering

Recommended

69. CST 116 Software Engineering in C++ Advanced Software Engineering in – Title Change

Proposed Course Title: Object-Oriented Software Development

Recommended

70. CST 211 Data Abstraction in C++ Advanced Software Engineering in – Title Change

Proposed Course Title: Object-Oriented Data Abstraction

Recommended

71. FT 101 Fitness Technology Seminar – Prerequisite change

Recommended with change of prerequisite to WR 121 and MTH 65; Recommended:  Admittance into Fitness Technology Program

72. FT 102 Injury Prevention and Management – Prerequisite change

Recommended with change of prerequisite to WR 121 and MTH 65; Corequisite FT 106

73. FT 103 Nutrition for Fitness Instructors– Prerequisite change

Recommended with change of prerequisite to WR 121 and Math 65; HPE 295

74. FT 104 Fitness Assessment/Program I – Prerequisite change

Recommended

75. FT 106 Analysis of Movement – Prerequisite change

Recommended

76. FT 107 Exercise Science I – Prerequisite change

Recommended

77. FT 202 Fitness and Aging – Prerequisite change

Recommended

78. FT 203 Fitness Promotion – Prerequisite change

Recommended

79. FT 280 Fitness Technology Internship – Prerequisite change

Recommended

80. PE 282B Special Populations – Prerequisite change

            Recommended with no prerequisite

81. PE 282A Pro-Act: Aerobics – Prerequisite change

            Recommended with no prerequisite; co-requisite remains

82. PE 283 Pro Act Mind/Body – Prerequisite change

            Recommended with no prerequisite

83. PE 281 Pro Act Weight Training – Prerequisite change

            Recommended with prerequisite as PE 181A or PE 181B

84. PE 287 Pro Act Aquatics – Prerequisite change

Recommended with corequisite of PE 180H or PE 180G or PE 180F

85. GEO 221 Field Geography: The Local Landscape – Description Change

Postponed due to lack of representation

86. SC 17 Office Skills Update – Title Change

            Postponed due to lack of representation

87. MUC 280A Cooperative Education – Credit/Contact Hour Change

Recommended

88. WR 60 Spelling I – Course description change

Postponed due to lack of representation

89. WR 65 Spelling II – Course description change  

Postponed due to lack of representation

90. WR 80 Writing 80 – Course description change

Postponed due to lack of representation

91. WR 90 Writing 90 – Course description change

Postponed due to lack of representation

92. WR 90C Writing 115 – Course description change

Postponed due to lack of representation

93. WR 91Basic Grammar – Course description change

Postponed due to lack of representation

94. WR 92 Basic Grammar – Course description change

Postponed due to lack of representation

95. WR 93 Basic Grammar – Course description change

Postponed due to lack of representation

96. RD 80 Reading 80 – Course description change

Postponed due to lack of representation

97. RD 90 Reading 90 – Course description change

Postponed due to lack of representation

98. RD 91A Reading 91A – Course description change

Postponed due to lack of representation

99. RD 95 Reading for Enjoyment – Course description change

Postponed due to lack of representation

100. ECE 180 Early Childhood Professional A – New Course

Postponed due to lack of representation

101. ECE 181 Early Childhood Professional English B – New Course

Postponed due to lack of representation

102. ECE 182 – Early Childhood Professional English C – New Course

Postponed due to lack of representation

103. MM 237 Video Compositing and Effects – New Course

Recommended

104. MM 245 Internet Delivery of Interactive Multimedia – Title Change

        Proposed Course Title: Internet Delivery Methods

Recommended

105. MM 245 Internet Delivery of Interactive Multimedia – Description Change

Proposed Course Description: Focuses on methods used to optimize and deliver still graphics, animations, audio, and video streaming and website design. Students will use still image optimization programs such as Adobe Image Ready and streaming media compression tools such as Apple QuickTime and QuickTime Streaming Server. Using HTML editors such as Macromedia Dreamweaver, students will address special user interface design challenges encountered in bandwidth intensive web sites using Cascading Style Sheets, Javascript, and XHTML. Streaming media will be delivered via the World Wide Web and Apple Quicktime Streaming Server. Students will also evaluate media streaming performance, codec efficiency, image quality and cross platform functionality, interactivity, accessibility, and web design standards. Recommended prerequisites: CAS 112D, 113, & 206. Prerequisites: MM 230, & CAS 111D, or instructor permission.

Recommended

106. MM 245 Internet Delivery of Interactive Multimedia – Learning Outcomes Change

Proposed Learning Outcomes:

  • Design, develop, and create, rich website content incorporating optimized media, including: graphics, animations, audio, video.
  • Publish the enhanced web projects to the department website.

Recommended

The meeting was adjourned at 5:42 pm.