Minutes 1-7-2009

CURRICULUM/GEN ED COMMITTEE
a standing committee of the Education Advisory Committee
Minutes
January 7,2009
Sylvania CC, Cedar Room

 

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Scot Leavitt, Chair

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Pam Kessinger

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Ed DeGrauw

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Doris Werkman

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Marc Spaziani

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Jim Parks

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Scott Quinn

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Tammy Dowd

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Joe Wright

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Nancy Hutt

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Rick Willebrand

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Jim Jeffery

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Bob Allen

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Heiko Spoddeck

Andrew Cohen

Committee Support:

Birgette Ryslinge

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Dorothy Badri

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Andrew Roessler

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Stacey Timmins

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Leslie Hackett

Steve Smith

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Sally Earll

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Sherry Hanchett

Guests:

Russ Jones

Bart Ouchida

Roxanne Hill

Marilyn Marshall

Lorna Ann Tran

Adon Arnett

David Jacobson

Art Schneider

Kelly Peden

Cece Cutsforth

Amanda Ferroggiaro

Mike Talbert

Phil Seder

Greg Rapp

Josette Beach

Davina Ramirez

Leslie Boyd

Bill Bogart

Aurora del Val

Lynn McBeth

Diane Shingledecker

Inactivation's:

GD 223 – Graphic Design 6

Experimental:

OMT 199 Introduction to Ophthalmic Medical Technology
MM 299R – 3D Character Modeling & Animation-Rigging

Old Business:

316. BI 200 – Prin of Ecology: Field Biology
Contact/Credit Hour Change
Postpone at SAC Request

90. BA 203- Introduction to International Business
Course Revision – Outcomes
Recommend

102. AM 101 – Engine Repair
Related Instruction
Recommend reduction of Human Relations hrs to 15

103. AM 102 – Electrical Systems I
Related Instruction
Recommend

104. AM 103 – Engine Performance I
Related Instruction
Recommend

105. AM 104 – Steering and Suspension Systems I
Related Instruction
Recommend

106. AM 105 – Brake Systems I
Related Instruction
Recommend

107. AM 106 – Heating & Air Conditioning
Related Instruction
Recommend

108. AM 107 – Manual Transmission I
Related Instruction
Recommend

109. AM 108- Introduction to Automotive Technology
Related Instruction
Recommend

110. AM 112 – Electrical Systems II
Related Instruction
Recommend

111. AM 113 – Engine Performance II
Related Instruction
Recommend

112. AM 114 – Steering Suspension II
Related Instruction
Recommend

113. AM 115 – Brakes II
Related Instruction
Recommend

114. AM 117 – Manual Transmissions II
Related Instruction
Recommend

115. AM 122 – Electrical III
Related Instruction
Recommend

116. AM 123 – Engine Performance III
Related Instruction
Recommend

117. AM 127 – Automatic Transmissions I
Related Instruction
Recommend

118. AM 133 – Engine Performance IV
Related Instruction
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119. AM 137 – Automatic Transmissions II
Related Instruction
Recommend

120. AM 143 – Engine Performance V
Related Instruction
Recommend

121. AM 153 – Engine Performance VI
Related Instruction
Recommend

122. AM 280A – Co-op
Related Instruction
Recommend

New Business:

135. ESOL 40 – Level 4 Reading
Course Revision – Requisites
Recommend

136. ESOL 40N – Level 4 Reading
Course Revision – Requisites
Recommend

137. ESOL 42 – Level 4 Writing
Course Revision – Description, Requisites
Recommend with description:
The fourth level of ESOL and the first of a five-course sequence that focuses on writing. Includes introduction to the writing process; descriptive and narrative paragraphs and formal letters; review of basic grammar; introduction to present perfect and past continuous; writing and grammar taught in the context of communicating in adult life roles.
Prerequisites: ESOL placement test OR successful completion of ESOL 30; AND concurrent placement in ESOL 40/40N and ESOL 44/44N or higher.

138. ESOL 42N – Level 4 Writing
Course Revision – Description, Requisites
Recommend with description:
The fourth level of ESOL and the first of a five-course sequence that focuses on writing. Includes introduction to the writing process; descriptive and narrative paragraphs and formal letters; review of basic grammar; introduction to present perfect and past continuous; writing and grammar taught in the context of communicating in adult life roles.
Prerequisites: ESOL placement test OR successful completion of ESOL 30; AND concurrent

Placement in ESOL 40/40N and ESOL 44/44N or higher.


139. ESOL 44 – Level 4 Communication
Course Revision – Requisites
Recommend

140. ESOL 44N – Level 4 Communication
Course Revision – Requisites
Recommend

141. ESOL 140 – American Culture/Communication
Course Revision – Title, Requisites
Recommend with prerequisites: placement in ESOL 150/150N and ESOL 152/152N and ESOL 154/154N or higher.

142. ESOL 150 – Level 5 Reading
Course Revision – Requisites
Recommend

143. ESOL 150N – Level 5 Reading
Course Revision – Requisites
Recommend

144. ESOL 152 – Level 5 Writing
Course Revision – Requisites
Recommend with prerequisites: ESOL placement test OR successful completion of ESOL 42/42N; AND concurrent placement in ESOL 40/40N and ESOL 44/44N or higher.

145. ESOL 152N – Level 5 Writing
Course Revision – Requisites
Recommend with prerequisites: ESOL placement test OR successful completion of ESOL 42/42N; AND concurrent placement in ESOL 40/40N and ESOL 44/44N or higher.

146. ESOL 153 – Grammar 1
Course Revision – Requisites
Recommend

147. ESOL 154 – Level 5 Communication
Course Revision – Requisites
Recommend

148. ESOL 154N – Level 5 Communication
Course Revision – Requisites
Recommend

149. ESOL 160 – Level 6 Academic Reading
Course Revision – Requisites
Recommend

150. ESOL 162 – Level 6 Academic Writing
Course Revision – Requisites
Recommend

151. ESOL 163 – Grammar 2
Course Revision – Requisites
Recommend

152. ESOL 164 – Level 6 Academic Communication
Course Revision – Requisites
Recommend

154. ESOL 240 – American Culture/Communication II
Course Revision – Title, Requisites
Recommend with prerequisites: placement in ESOL 250 and ESOL 252 and ESOL 254 or higher.

155. ESOL 250 – Level 7 Academic Reading
Course Revision – Requisites
Recommend with prerequisites: ESOL placement test OR successful completion of ESOL 160; AND concurrent placement in ESOL 162 and ESOL 164 or higher.


156. ESOL 252 – Level 7 Academic Writing
Course Revision – Requisites
Recommend

157. ESOL 254 – Level 7 Academic Communication
Course Revision – Requisites
Recommend

158. ESOL 260 – Level 8 Academic Reading
Course Revision – Requisites
Recommend

159. ESOL 262 – Level 8 Academic Writing
Course Revision – Requisites
Recommend

160. ESOL 264 – Level 8 Academic Communication
Course Revision – Requisites
Recommend

161. ESOL 265 – Level 8 Academic Communication
Course Revision – Requisites
Recommend

162. ESOL 267 – Level 8 Pronunciation
Course Revision – Requisites
Recommend

163. CAS 246 – Integrated Computer Projects
Contact/Credit Hour Change
Recommend

164. OS 120 – Business Editing Skills
Contact/Credit Hour Change
Recommend

165. RD 80 – Reading 80
Course Revision – Description, Outcomes
Recommend with outcomes:

1. Begin to employ stages of reading-previewing, reading, review and reading strategies in order to improve comprehension, concentration, persistence and retention in a variety of academic and non-academic reading tasks. Make connections between text, the student’s life,
student’s knowledge of the world, and other texts. Begin to identify interactions between relationship, richness, structure, style, vocabulary, and purpose within complex texts. Begin to read with frequency.

2. Employ vocabulary development strategies to learn and use new words for greater comprehension and communication. Begin to identify word parts.

3. Analyze texts in order to identify and articulate topic and main idea in a variety of academic and non-academic reading materials, distinguish fact from opinion, and determine the author’s purpose. Begin to identify an author’s implied meaning, identify and evaluate varied points of view, and acknowledge author’s and reader’s perspectives.

4. Begin to employ written evaluation, analysis, and reflection in response to various texts.

5. Use library resources, form a research question for academic and/or lifelong learning and use various sources in order to answer the question.

6. Exhibit habits that contribute to academic success, including engagement and intellectual curiosity. Employ active learning and reading strategies for reading success. Use campus support services and other learning resources to help explore academic goals. Perform successfully in RD 90.


166. RD 80 – Reading 80
Contact/Credit Hour Change
Recommend

167. RD 80A – Reading 80A
Course Revision – Description, Outcomes
Recommend with description:
A flexible schedule course offered in an on-campus lecture/lab format in conjunction with a distance learning component.  Begin to employ reading frequency and the use of complex texts, focuses on building reading skills used in school and in daily life, including comprehension, vocabulary, critical reading skills, information literacy and student success strategies.  Prerequisite: Placement into Reading 80.

Outcomes:
1. Begin to employ stages of reading-previewing, reading, review and reading strategies in order to improve comprehension, concentration, persistence and retention in a variety of academic and non-academic reading tasks. Make connections between text, the student’s life,
student’s knowledge of the world, and other texts. Begin to identify interactions between relationship, richness, structure, style, vocabulary, and purpose within complex texts. Begin to read with frequency.

2. Employ vocabulary development strategies to learn and use new words for greater comprehension and communication. Begin to identify word parts.

3. Analyze texts in order to identify and articulate topic and main idea in a variety of academic and non-academic reading materials, distinguish fact from opinion, and determine the author’s purpose. Begin to identify an author’s implied meaning, identify and evaluate varied points of view, and acknowledge author’s and reader’s perspectives.

4. Begin to employ written evaluation, analysis, and reflection in response to various texts.

5. Use library resources, form a research question for academic and/or lifelong learning and use various sources in order to answer the question.

6. Exhibit habits that contribute to academic success, including engagement and intellectual curiosity. Employ active learning and readying strategies for reading success. Use campus support services and other learning resources to help explore academic goals. Perform successfully in RD 90.

168. RD 80A – Reading 80A
Contact/Credit Hour Change
Recommend

169. RD 90 – Reading 90
Course Revision – Description, Outcomes
Recommend with outcomes:

1. Develop stages of reading-previewing, reading, review and reading strategies in order to improve comprehension, control concentration, and increase persistence and retention in a variety of academic and non-academic reading tasks. Analyze connections between text, the student’s life, student’s knowledge of the world, and other texts. Identify interactions between relationship, richness, structure, style, vocabulary, and purpose within complex texts. Increase reading frequency. Adjust reading rate to the nature of the material.

2. Increase use of vocabulary development strategies including denotation and connotation to learn and use new words in listening, speaking and writing. Increase word parts study.

3. Employ written evaluation, analysis, and reflection in response to various texts.

4. Analyze texts in order to identify and articulate explicit and implied main idea and major details in a variety of academic and non-academic reading materials, distinguish fact from opinion, determine the author’s and reader’s purpose, and distinguish between literal and figurative meaning. Begin to rely on information provided in text to substantiate thinking. Identify and evaluate varied points of view in different texts. Acknowledge author’s and reader’s perspective.

5. Use library resources, form a research question and select appropriate sources of information, using critical thinking to evaluate sources for academic and/or lifelong learning.

6. Exhibit habits that contribute to academic success, including engagement and intellectual curiosity. Employ active learning and reading strategies for academic success. Use campus support services and other learning resources to help meet academic goals. Participate in a classroom learning community in a respective and responsive manner. Perform successfully in Reading 115.

170. RD 90 – Reading 90
Contact/Credit Hour Change
Recommend

171. RD 90A – Reading 90A
Course Revision – Description, Outcomes

Recommend with description:
A flexible schedule course offered in an on-campus lecture/lab format in conjunction with a distance learning component.  Focus on developing reading frequency and on improving reading effectiveness for increasingly complex texts. Comprehension strategies, critical thinking skills, vocabulary development, information literacy, and student success strategies are emphasized.

Prerequisite: Reading 80


Outcomes:

1. Develop stages of reading-previewing, reading, review and reading strategies in order to improve comprehension, control concentration, and increase persistence and retention in a variety of academic and non-academic reading tasks. Analyze connections between text, the student’s life, student’s knowledge of the world, and other texts. Identify interactions between relationship, richness, structure, style, vocabulary, and purpose within complex texts. Increase reading frequency. Adjust reading rate to the nature of the material.

2. Increase use of vocabulary development strategies including denotation and connotation to learn and use new words in listening, speaking and writing. Increase word parts study.

3. Employ written evaluation, analysis, and reflection in response to various texts.

4. Analyze texts in order to identify and articulate explicit and implied main idea and major details in a variety of academic and non-academic reading materials, distinguish fact from opinion, determine the author’s and reader’s purpose, and distinguish between literal and figurative meaning. Begin to rely on information provided in text to substantiate thinking. Identify and evaluate varied points of view in different texts. Acknowledge author’s and reader’s perspective.

5. Use library resources, form a research question and select appropriate sources of information, using critical thinking to evaluate sources for academic and/or lifelong learning.

6. Exhibit habits that contribute to academic success, including engagement and intellectual curiosity. Employ active learning and reading strategies for academic success. Use campus support services and other learning resources to help meet academic goals. Participate in a classroom learning community in a respective and responsive manner. Perform successfully in Reading 115.

 
172. RD 90A – Reading 90A
Contact/Credit Hour Change
Recommend

173. WR 80 – Writing 80
Course Revision – Description, Outcomes
Recommend description and outcomes:
Includes instruction in basic communication skills, punctuation, grammar, spelling, sentence structure and paragraph development. In addition, students will practice developing and supporting ideas, organizing thoughts, and increasing college level vocabulary and student success strategies. Each student is required to attend two conferences with the instructor during the quarter. Requires working through multiple drafts of several pieces of writing with time to separate the acts of writing and revising; reading of multiple texts is also required with time for rereading, reflection, response, interpretation, and analysis to further writer’s development and promote increasing sophistication.
Prerequisite: Placement into WR 80 and RD 80.

Outcomes
1. Begin to develop understanding and skill in grammatical conventions to produce more effective academic, professional, and personal writing. Begin to use college-level vocabulary.

2. Begin to understand the relationship between form and purpose in academic, professional, and creative contexts. Write paragraphs for a variety of purposes that have appropriate topic sentences, transitions, and ample support.

3. Respond in writing to a text and begin to practice critical thinking skills in written response to a text. Begin reading other writers as models.

4. Begin to apply a writing process with clear regard for the stages of invention, support/organization, drafting, and revision. Use beginning revision skills. Begin offering constructive feedback for peer writing in progress.

5. Adopt habits of engagement and intellectual curiosity and employing active learning and writing strategies for academic success. Use campus support services and other writing resources to explore academic goals. Perform successfully in Writing 90.

174. WR 80 – Writing 80
Contact/Credit Hour Change
Recommend

175. WR 90 – Writing 90
Course Revision – Description, Outcomes
Recommend with description:
Includes instruction in grammar, punctuation, sentence structure, essay development, critical thinking skills, and student success strategies. Each student is required to attend two conferences with the instructor during the quarter. Requires working through multiple drafts of several pieces of writing with time to separate the acts of writing and revising; the reading of complex texts is also required--with time for rereading, reflection, response, interpretation, and analysis--to further writer’s development and promote increasing sophistication.

Outcomes:
1. Apply grammatical conventions to produce clearer, more effective academic, professional, and personal writing. Use college-level vocabulary in writing and employ a variety of sentence structures to write with increasing sophistication.

2. Explore a variety of forms for academic, professional, and creative expression. Write paragraphs and short essays to meet a variety of writing goals or purposes.

3. Use other writers as models. Practice critical thinking skills in written response to a text. Apply beginning skills in summarizing, paraphrasing, and properly crediting sources. Write clear and focused summaries of texts.

4. Employ a writing process with clear regard for the stages of invention, support and organization, drafting and revision. Apply global revision skills. Offer constructive feedback for peer writing in progress. Interpret and apply feedback in revision.

5. Adopt habits of engagement and intellectual curiosity and employing active learning and writing strategies for academic success. Use campus support services and other writing resources. Perform successfully in Writing 115

176. WR 90 – Writing 90
Contact/Credit Hour Change
Recommend

177. MTH 20B – Basic Math
Course Revision – Requisites
Recommend

178. MTH 21C – Percentage and Statistics
Course Revision – Requisites
Recommend

179. MTH 22 – Measurements
Course Revision – Requisites
Recommend

180. MTH 22C – Measurements
Course Revision – Requisites
Recommend

181. MTH 23C – Introduction to Geometry
Course Revision – Requisites
Recommend

182. MTH 24C – Pre-Algebra
Course Revision – Requisites
Recommend

183. MTH 25C – Fractions
Course Revision – Requisites
Recommend

184. MTH 26C – Decimals
Course Revision – Requisites
Recommend

185. MTH 27C – Applications in Mathematics
Course Revision – Requisites
Recommend

186. RD 80A – Reading 80
Course Revision – Requisites
Recommend

187. RD 80C – Reading 80
Course Revision – Requisites
Recommend

188. RD 81A – Reading 81A
Course Revision – Requisites
Recommend

189. RD 82A – Reading 82A
Course Revision – Requisites
Recommend

190. RD 90A – Reading 90A
Course Revision – Requisites
Recommend

191. WR 80C – Writing 80
Course Revision – Requisites
Recommend

192. GD 101- Macintosh for Graphic Designers
Course Revision – Requisites
Recommend with prerequisite: Placement into WR 121.

Addition to published course description:
“Required for entry into the Graphic Design program.

193. GD 114 – Introductory Typography
Course Revision – Description
Recommend with addition to course description:
“Required for entry into the Graphic Design program.”

194. GD 116 – Intermediate Typography
Course Revision – Description, Requisites
Recommend with description:
Continues the study of type as a design element. Concentration on typographic composition, hierarchy, type identification and typographic systems. Traditional and digital methods of production will be used. Prerequisites: GD 101, GD 114, GD 120.
Prerequisite/Concurrent: GD 140

195. GD 120 – Graphic Design 1
Course Revision – Description
Recommend with description:
Introduces the basic concepts of graphic design, including design elements and principles. Emphasizes the design process, developing an idea from thumbnail sketch, through tight roughs, to a comprehensive design. Focuses on the importance of presentation, industry standards and professional tools and techniques. Required for entry into the Graphic Design program.

196. GD 122 – Graphic Design 2
Course Revision – Description, Requisites
Recommend

197. GD 124 – Graphic Design 3
Course Revision – Description, Requisites
Recommend

198.GD 139 – Illustration for Graphic Designers
Course Revision – Number, Requisites
Recommend

199. GD 140 – Digital Page Design 1
Course Revision – Description, Requisites
Recommend

200. GD 150 – Digital Illustration 1
Course Revision – Description, Requisites
Recommend with description:
Explores the basic tools and techniques of Adobe Illustrator and its use in creating industry specific solutions to graphic design problems. Placement permission slip required. Prerequisites:GD 101, GD 114 and GD 120. Prerequisite/Concurrent: GD 122

201. GD 151 – Digital Illustration 2
Course Revision – Description, Requisites
Recommend with description:
Explores advanced tools and techniques of Adobe Illustrator, and its use in creating solutions to complex graphic design problems. Placement permission slip required. Prerequisite: GD 150, Prerequisite/Concurrent: GD 160

202. GD 221 – Graphic Design 4
Course Revision – Description, Requisites
Recommend with description:
Focuses on publication design. Single-page and multiple-page projects will emphasize hierarchy, eye-flow, structure and organization. Projects, lessons and exercises are intended to build on first-year skills in typography and design using professional page layout software. Advanced computer production techniques build on previous coursework. Required: Second-year standing in the Graphic Design program.

203. GD 222 – Graphic Design 5
Course Revision – Description, Requisites
Recommend with description:
Focuses on publication design. Single-page and multiple-page projects will emphasize hierarchy, eye-flow, structure and organization. Projects, lessons and exercises are intended to build on first-year skills in typography and design using professional page layout software. Advanced computer production techniques build on previous coursework. Required: Second-year standing in the Graphic Design program.  Prerequisite: GD 221.

204. GD 228 – Professional Graphic Design Practices
Course Revision – Description, Requisites
Recommend with description:
Prepare self-promotion resume packages, visit graphics businesses and receive industry insights from guest speakers. Offered to second-year, graduating Graphic Design students intending to seek employment in the industry. Prerequisites: GD 221. Prerequisite/Concurrent: GD 222, 242, 260, 244

205. GD 229 – Portfolio Preparation
Course Revision – Description
Recommend description:
Develop a professional portfolio comprised of design work that may be revised, redone or created. Define employment goals and participate in practice interviews and critiques. Offered to second-year, graduating Graphic Design students intending to seek employment in the industry. Prerequisite: GD 228.

206. GD 241 – Digital Imaging I
Course Revision – Number, Description, Requisites
Recommend

207. GD 242 – Combined Graphic Programs
Course Revision – Description, Requisites
Recommend description:
Create graphic elements using multiple programs and explore importing, exporting and assembling issues. Required: Second-year standing in the Graphic Design program. Prerequisites: GD 141, 151, 221. Prerequisite/Concurrent: GD 260

208. GD 243 – Digital Imaging 2
Course Revision – Number, Description, Requisites
Recommend

209. GD 244 – Preparing Files for Print
Course Revision – Description, Requisites
Recommend

210. GD 249 – Design Studio
Course Revision – Description, Requisites
Recommend

211. PE 182T – Tai Chi II
New Course
Withdrawn at SAC Request

212. PE 183Z – Tae Kwon Do III
New Course
Withdrawn at SAC Request

213. PE 185K – Ultimate Frisbee
New Course
Withdrawn at SAC Request

214. PE 185M – Lacrosse – Beginning
New Course
Recommend with outcomes:
• Develop skills for maintaining lifelong fitness
• Use basic lacrosse skills, terminology, rules, and techniques for beginning and recreational lacrosse play.
• Utilize learned teamwork skills in life situations.

215. PE 185N – Lacrosse – Intermediate
New Course
Recommend with outcomes:
• Develop skills for maintaining lifelong fitness
• Use acquired lacrosse skills, terminology, rules, and techniques for intermediate levels of lacrosse play.
• Utilize learned teamwork and leadership skills in life situations.

216. PE 186D – Ballroom Dance
New Course  
Recommend

217. PE 186M – Tap Dance II
New Course
Recommend

218. PE 186P – Pilates for Dancers
New Course
Recommend

219. PE 186R – Hip Hop
New Course
Recommend

220.  EET 261 – Robotics
New Course
Postponed at SAC Request

221. ID 125 – Computer Drafting for Interior Designers
Course Revision – Description
Postponed at Curriculum Request
Note: There were some questions from the committee about the cross-listing of this course in three different SACs and if all the courses were aligned.  Some research needed to be done and could not be done during the meeting.

222. ID 131 – Introduction to Interiors
Course Revision – Requisites
Recommend with Prerequisite/Concurrent: ARCH 110.

223. ID 132 – Planning Interiors
Course Revision – Requisites
Recommend with Prerequisite: (ARCH 126 or ID 125), ARCH 110, ID 131

224. ID 135 – Pro Practice for Designers
Course Revision – Requisites
Recommend with Prerequisite: ID 132 or 1D 133, AND placement into MTH 60.

225. ID 138 – Intro Kitchen/Bath Planning
Course Revision – Title, Requisites, Outcomes
Recommend with Prerequisite: Prerequisites: ID 131 (ID 125 or ARCH 126 or BCT 105)

Outcomes
1. Program kitchen and bath design for client needs
2. Perform Kitchen and Bath planning according to NKBA guidelines
3. Specify appropriate appliances and fixtures necessary for Kitchen and Bath design
4. Apply cabinetry nomenclature and sourcing
5. Create an entire NKBA drawing set for a kitchen remodel

226. ID 234 – Advanced Interiors
Course Revision – Requisites
Postponed at Curriculum Request
Note: There were a few questions from the committee about the prerequisites that needed to be researched after the meeting. 

227. ID 238 – Advanced Kitchen & Bath Planning
Course Revision – Title, Requisites
Recommend with prerequisites:
Prerequisites: (ID 138 or ARCH 121 or BCT 229); (ARCH 132 or INSP 151)
Prerequisite/concurrent: ID 225.

228. J 202 – Information Gathering
Course Revision – Number, Title
Recommend with outcomes:
1. Determine the amount and types of information needed in order to effectively research a public policy question.
2. Access needed information effectively and efficiently, employing appropriate technology, in order to examine problems
3. Critically evaluate information and multiple information sources in order to present balanced and accurate information to a public forum.
4. Understand the ethical, economic, legal, and social issues surrounding public information in order to use it appropriately.

229. DH 110 – Cariology
New Course
Recommend with outcomes:
Apply a thorough understanding of dental caries and fluoride therapies in order to determine when the placement of sealants is indicated.

230. DH 102 – Dental Hygiene Theory II
Course Revision – Description, Outcomes
Recommend with description:
Continues on the study of dental hygiene theory and practices, including oral prophylaxis classifications, current non-surgical periodontal therapy, alternative oral physiotherapy aids, dental hygiene process of care and school clinic policies and procedures.

Co-requisite: DH 105

Outcomes:
1. Recognize and identify appropriate intermediate (level 1) dental hygiene care to patients who present with minimal disease symptoms for application in the Clinical setting.
2. Recognize the appropriate applications of oral physiotherapy aids, oral chemotherapeutics and fluorides into patient education for application in the Clinical setting.
3. Recognize the appropriate applications of power instrumentation and area specific instrumentation into patient care for application in the Clinical setting.

231. DH 105 – Dental Hygiene Practice II
Course Revision – Outcomes, Requisites
Recommend with co-requisite: DH 102

232. DH 121- Dental Health Education
Course Revision – Title, Description, Outcomes
Recommend with description:
Familiarizes the student with selected teaching techniques having direct application to oral health education concepts.

233. DH 121 – Dental Health Education
Contact/Credit Hour Change
Recommend

234. DH 201 – Dental Hygiene Theory IV
Course Revision – Description, Outcomes
Recommend with outcomes:
Understand assessment, periodontal diagnosis, care planning, implementation of treatment and treatment evaluation techniques for application in the clinical setting with periodontal disease patients.

235. DH 202 – Dental Hygiene Theory V
Course Revision – Description, Requisites, Outcomes
Recommend with outcomes:
1. Understand assessment, periodontal diagnosis, care planning, implementation of treatment, and treatment evaluation techniques for application in the clinical setting with patients with moderate to severe periodontal disease.
2. Utilize pain control techniques, advanced periodontal procedures and perform expanded dental hygiene functions.

236. DH 202 – Dental Hygiene Theory V
Contact/Credit Hour Change
Recommend

237. DH 204 – Dental Hygiene Practice IV
Course Revision – Description, Requisites, Outcomes
Recommend with outcome:
Provide assessment, periodontal diagnosis, care planning, implementation of treatment and treatment evaluation techniques for the patient with oral disease.

238. DH 205 – Dental Hygiene Practice V
Course Revision – Description, Requisites, Outcomes
Recommend with description:
Continues clinical activities including treatment of patients having moderate to severe periodontal disease and the provision of dental hygiene expanded functions.
Activities correlate to DH 202.

Outcomes:
1. Provide assessment, periodontal diagnosis, care planning, implementation of treatment and treatment evaluation techniques for the patient with moderate to severe periodontal disease.
2. Utilize pain control techniques, advanced periodontal procedures and perform expanded dental hygiene functions.

239. CJA 100 – Introduction to Professions in Criminal Justice
Course Revision – Title, Description, Requisites
Postpone at SAC Request

240. CIS 277D – Database Security
New Course
Recommend

241. CIS 122 – Software Design
Course Revision – Description, Outcomes
Recommend description:
Illustrates the importance of software design as part of the software development life cycle. Prepares student to take programming courses, by giving examples of well-designed software projects. Student is expected to design small programming projects, and code the projects to prove the design. Basic logic constructs, modularity and an introduction to object design are included. Additional lab hours may be required. Recommended: CIS 120 or CAS 133 or BA 131.
Prerequisites: WR 115, RD 115, and MTH 20 or equivalent placement test scores.

242. MTH 65 – Introductory Algebra – 2nd Term
Course Revision – Description, Outcomes
Recommend description:
Introduces algebraic concepts and processes with a focus on functions, linear systems, polynomials, and quadratic equations. Applications, graphs, functions, formulas, and proper mathematical notation are emphasized throughout the course. A scientific calculator is required. The TI-30X II is recommended. Prerequisite: (MTH 60 or MTH 62) AND (RD 80 or ESOL 250).

243. MTH 95 – Intermediate Algebra
Course Revision – Description, Outcomes
Recommend