Minutes 2-3-2010

CURRICULUM/GEN ED COMMITTEE
a standing committee of the Education Advisory Committee
Minutes
February 3, 2010
Sylvania CC, Conference Rm B

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Ed DeGrauw, Chair

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Pam Kessinger

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Jim Parks

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Ross Kouzes

Marc Spaziani

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Joe Wright

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Doug Jones

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Tammy Dowd

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Jim Jeffery

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Nancy Hutt

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Rick Willebrand

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Andrew Cohen

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John Sparks

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Heiko Spoddeck

Committee Support:

Jeff Triplett

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Dorothy Badri

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Andrew Roessler

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Stacey Timmins

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Leslie Hackett

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Sally Earll

Dmitri Alvarado

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Amy Alday-Murray

Guests:

Prudance Roberts

Virginia Vanderford

Kevin Longueil

Scott Judy

Danny Merrick

Mary Smith-Abbot

James Bowles

Sanda Williams

Karen Paez

Andrew Black

Jim Hicks

Doris Werkman

Amanda Ferroggiaro


Experimental Courses:

CHN 299 – Chinese Culture

CIS 199W – Web Technical Administration

Course Inactivation:

None

Available Grading Option:

None

Old Business:

170. ART 215 – An Introduction to the History of Photography
New Course
Recommend course number: ART 216
and title: Introduction to the History of Photography

175. RAD 254 – CT Physics, Equipment and Instrumentation
New Course
Recommend Outcomes:

apply knowledge or an understanding of:
A. CT theory and physical principles

B. Radiation safety issues in CT

C. CT imaging protocol differences and advantages

D. CT contrast agent types, dosages and safety issues

E. CT equipment and instrumentation

In order to competently and safely perform CT procedures at a basic level


176. RAD 255 – CT Procedures, Protocols and Pathology Correlation
New Course
Recommend Outcomes:Apply knowledge or an understanding of:
A. Patient Care, Radiation Safety and Medical Ethics in CT B. IV, oral and cavity contrast media use

C. Emergency Procedures, Pharmacology and Drug Administration

E. Anatomy and Imaging of all body systems

F. Special imaging techniques in CT

in order to competently and safely perform advanced imaging procedures with a CT scanner.

185. RET 119 – Programmable Controllers
Courser Revision – Requisites
Recommend via email vote

186. RET 141 – Electric Motor Controls
Course Revision – requisites
Recommend via email vote

187. WLD 9902 – Welding Practice
Course Revision – Number change to WLD 190A, Title, Des, Out
Recommend description:
Introduces welding and industry standards.  Develops foundational skills required for advancement in future coursework.  First class in a three course sequence.
and outcomes:

  • Function safely in a welding shop environment.
  • Operate oxyacetylene portable and track cutting systems in accordance with industry standards.
  • Weld common joint configurations. 

188. WLD 9904 – Welding Practice
Course Revision- Number change to WLD 190B, Title, Des, Out
Recommend description:
Develops basic knowledge and practice with a welding process and perform welding in accordance with industry standards. Develops foundational skills required for advancement in future course work.   Second class in a three course sequence.
and outcomes:

  • Function safely in a welding shop environment.
  • Operate oxyacetylene portable and track cutting systems in accordance with industry standards.
  • Apply knowledge of puddle control and bead placement to produce fillet welds in all positions.
  • Interpret blueprints and shop drawings to produce proper weld sizes and profiles
  • Use an understanding of welding codes and industry standards in order to weld common joint configurations.

189. WLD 9905 – Welding Practice
Course Revision – Number change to WLD 190C, Title, Des, Out
Recommend description:
Introduction to the fillet weld in the 3F and 4F position to build the skills required to successfully certify in accordance with AWS D1.1 Welding Code.  Third class in a three course sequence.
and outcomes:

  • Function safely in a welding shop environment.
  • Operate oxyacetylene portable and track cutting systems in accordance with industry standards.
  • Produce code quality welds utilizing the fillet weld requirements set forth in AWS D1.1
  • Apply the use of visual inspection tools and techniques as set forth in AWS D1.1 Welding Code and industry standards.

190. WLD 9910 – Welding Practice
Course Revision – Number change to WLD 116A, Title, Des, Out
Postponed at SAC Request

191. WLD 9911 – Welding Practice
Course Revision – Number change to WLD 116B, Title, Des, Out
Postponed at SAC Request

192. WLD 9912 – Welding Practice
Course Revision – Number change to WLD 216A, Title, Des, Out  
Postponed at SAC Request

193. WLD 9913 – Shielded Metal Arc Welding
Course Revision – Number change to WLD 216B, Title, Des, Out
Postponed at SAC Request

194. WLD 9920 – Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (Heliarc)
Course Revision – Number change to WLD 126A, Title, Des, Out
Postponed at SAC Request

195. WLD 9921 – Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (Heliarc)
Course Revision – Number change to WLD 126B, Title, Des, Out
Postponed at SAC Request

196. WLD 9922 – Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (Heliarc)
Course Revision – Number change to WLD 226A, Title, Des, Out
Postponed at SAC Request

197. WLD 9923 – Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (Heliarc)
Course Revision – Number change to WLD 226B, Title, Des, Out
Postponed at SAC Request

198. WLD 9930 – Wire Welding
Course Revision – Number change to WLD 136A, Title, Des, Out
Recommend description:
Introduces common weld joint in the 1F and 2F positions.  Develops foundational skills required for advancement in future coursework.  First class in a four course sequence.
and outcomes:

  • Function safely in a welding shop environment.
  • Operate oxyacetylene portable and track cutting systems in accordance with industry standards.
  • Weld common joint configurations in the 1F and 2F positions.
  • Use knowledge of heat control and bead placement to make code quality welds.

199. WLD 9931 – Wire Welding
Course Revision - Number change to WLD 136B, Title, Des, Out
Recommend description:
Develops basic welding skills and industry standards as they apply to the wire welding process.  Introduces common weld joints in the 2F and 3F positions. Develops foundational skills required for advancement in future coursework. Second class in a four course sequence.
and outcomes:

  • Function safely in a welding shop environment.
  • Operate oxyacetylene portable and track cutting systems in accordance with industry standards.
  • Interpret blueprints and shop drawings to produce proper weld sizes and profiles.
  • Weld common joint configurations in the 2F and 3F positions.

200. WLD 9932 – Wire Welding
Course Revision – Number change to WLD 236A, Title, Des, Out
Recommend description:
Introduces welding in the 3F and 3G position and weld quality as it applies to industry standards in the wire welding process.  Develops foundational skills required for advancement in future coursework.  Third class in a four course sequence.
and outcomes:

  • Function safely in a welding shop environment.
  • Operate oxyacetylene portable and track cutting systems in accordance with industry standards.
  • Weld common weld joints in the 3F and the 3G positions.
  • Use heat and puddle control to make “out of position welds”.
  • Interpret blueprints and shop drawings to produce proper weld sizes and profiles.

201. WLD 9933 – Wire Welding
Course Revision – Number change to WLD 236B, Title, Des, Out
Recommend description:
Introduces welding in the 4F and 4G position.  Puddle and heat control in the overhead position. Knowledge of weld quality as it applies to the wire welding process.  Develops foundational skills required for “out of position welding.”  Fourth class in a four course sequence.
and outcomes:

  • Function safely in a welding shop environment.
  • Operate oxyacetylene portable and track cutting systems in accordance with industry standards.
  • Apply the use of visual inspection tools as set forth in AWS D1.1 to determine weld quality.
  • Interpret blueprints and shop drawings to produce proper weld sizes and profiles.
  • Use heat and puddle control to make “out of position welds”.


202. WLD 9940 – Pipe Welding Practice
Course Revision – Number change to WLD 146A, Title, Des, Out
Recommend description:
Introduces joining pipe per ASME Section IX and industry standards.   First class in a four course sequence.
and outcomes:

  • Function safely in a welding shop environment.
  • Operate oxyacetylene portable and track cutting systems in accordance with industry standards.
  • Weld single v groove joints in the vertical and overhead positions to code quality standards.


203. WLD 9941 – Pipe Welding Practice
Course Revision – Number change to WLD 146B, Title, Des, Out
Recommend description:
Introduces joining pipe in the 2G position per ASME Section IX Welding Code.  Second class in a four course sequence.
and outcomes:

  • Function safely in a welding shop environment.
  • Operate oxyacetylene portable and track cutting systems in accordance with industry standards.
  • Use knowledge of puddle control and bead placement to produce welds in the open root joint configuration in the horizontal pipe position.
  • Use an understanding of welding codes and industry standards in the workplace.
  • Interpret blueprints and shop drawings to produce proper weld sizes and profiles

204. WLD 9942 – Pipe Welding Practice
Course Revision – Number change to WLD 246A, Title, Des, Out
Recommend description:
Introduces joining pipe in the 6G position per ASME Section IX Welding Code. Third class in a four course sequence.
and outcomes:

  • Function safely in a welding shop environment.
  • Operate oxyacetylene portable and track cutting systems in accordance with industry standards.
  • Produce quality welds in the 6G position that meet the requirements in ASME Section IX Welding Code.
  • Apply the use of visual inspection tools as set forth in ASME Section IX Welding Code and industry standards.

205.  WLD 9943 – Pipe Welding Practice
Course Revision – Number change to WLD 246B, Title, Des, Out
Recommend description:
Introduces joining pipe in the 5G position per ASME Section IX Welding Code.  Fourth class in a four course sequence.
and outcomes:

  • Function safely in a welding shop environment.
  • Operate oxyacetylene portable and track cutting systems in accordance with industry standards.
  • Produce quality welds in the 5G position that meet the requirements in ASME Section IX Welding Code.
  • Apply the use of visual inspection tools as set forth in ASME Section IX, Welding Code and industry standards.

206. WLD 9950 – Oxy-Acetylene Welding Practice
Course Revision – Number change to WLD 156A, Title, Des, Out
Recommend description:
Introduces the joining of plate using oxy-fuel welding   First class in a four course sequence.
and outcomes:

  • Function safely in a welding shop environment.
  • Operate oxy-fuel portable and track cutting systems in accordance with industry standards.
  • Weld common joint configurations.


207. WLD 9915 – Oxy-Acetylene Welding Practice
Course Revision – Number change to WLD 156B, Title, Des, Out
Recommend description:
Introduces the joining of plate using oxy-fuel welding.  Second class in a four course sequence.
and outcomes:

  • Function safely in a welding shop environment.
  • Operate oxy-fuel portable and track cutting systems in accordance with industry standards.
  • Weld common joint configurations using basic oxy-Fuel welds
  • Use an understanding of welding codes and industry standards in the workplace.
  • Interpret blueprints and shop drawings to produce proper weld sizes and profiles

208. WLD 9952 –Oxy-Acetylene Welding Practice
Course Revision – Number change to WLD 256A, Title, Des, Out
Recommend description:
Introduces the joining of plate using oxy-fuel welding.  Third class in a four course sequence.
and outcomes:

  • Function safely in a welding shop environment.
  • Operate oxy-fuel portable and track cutting systems in accordance with industry standards.
  • Weld common joint configurations using basic oxy-fuel welds.
  • Interpret shop drawings and blueprints to industry standards.


209. WLD 9953 – Oxy-Acetylene Welding Practice
Course Revision – Number change to WLD 256B, Title, Des, Out
Recommend description:
Introduces the advanced joining techniques of plate using oxy-fuel welding.  Fourth class in a four course sequence.
and outcomes:

  • Function safely in a welding shop environment.
  • Operate oxy-fuel portable and track cutting systems in accordance with industry standards.
  • Weld advanced joint configurations.
  • Interpret shop drawings and blueprints to industry standards.
  • Develop proficiency in understanding welding codes.


210. WLD 9960 – Welding Practice Metal Sculpting
Course Revision – Number change to WLD 166A, Title, Des, Out
Recommend description:
Introduce welding processes and weld shop safety.   Safety and operation of the oxy-acetylene cutting process as well as an overview of multiple weld processes and their essential variables as related to the fabrication of metal sculpture.  First class in a four course sequence
and outcomes:

  • Function safely in a welding shop environment.
  • Operate oxyacetylene portable and track cutting systems in accordance with industry standards.
  • Use an understanding of the strengths and limitations of multiple weld processes to produce welds appropriate to their application in the fabrication of metal sculpture

211. WLD 9961 – Welding Practice Metal Sculpting
Course Revision – Number change to WLD 166B, Title, Des, Out
Recommend description:
Reviews, incorporates and builds upon material presented in WLD 166A.  Introduces common weld joints as they apply to the fabrication of metal sculpture.  Second class in a four course sequence
and outcomes:

  • Function safely in a welding shop environment.
  • Operate oxyacetylene portable and track cutting systems in accordance with industry standards
  • Weld joint configurations commonly utilized in the fabrication of welded metal sculpture

212. WLD 9962 – Welding Practice Metal Sculpting
Course Revision – Number change to WLD 266A, Title, Des, Out
Recommend description:
Focuses on producing code quality welds as they apply to the fabrication of metal sculpture.

Introduces AWS D1.1 welding code and visual inspection techniques.  Third class in a four course sequence.
and outcomes:

  • Function safely in a welding shop environment.
  • Operate oxyacetylene portable and track cutting systems in accordance with industry standards
  • Apply knowledge of weld discontinuities, puddle control and bead placement to produce code quality welds for the fabrication of metal sculpture

213. WLD 9963 – Welding Practice Metal Sculpting
Course Revision – Number change to WLD 266B, Title, Des, Out
Postponed at SAC Request

214. WLD 9970 – Fabrication Welding Practice
Course Revision – Number change to WLD 176A, Title, Des, Out
Recommend description:
Introduces beginning fabrication of welded structures.  First class in a four course sequence.
and outcomes:

  • Function safely in a welding shop environment.
  • Operate oxy-fuel portable and track cutting systems in accordance with industry standards.
  • Apply knowledge of puddle control and bead placement to produce fillet welds in all positions.
  • Interpret blueprints and shop drawings to produce proper weld sizes and profiles
  • Use an understanding of welding codes and industry standards in order to weld common joint configurations.

215. WLD 9971 – Fabrication Welding Practice
Course Revision – Number change to WLD 176B, Title, Des, Out
Recommend description:
Introduction to basic fabrication of welded structures. Develops foundational skills required for advancement.  Second class in a three course sequence.
and outcomes:

  • Function safely in a welding shop environment.
  • Operate oxy-fuel portable and track cutting systems in accordance with industry standards.
  • Produce code quality welds utilizing the fillet weld requirements set forth in AWS D1.1
  • Apply the use of visual inspection tools and techniques as set forth in AWS D1.1 Welding Code and industry standards.
  • Weld common joint configurations using fabrication tools to industry standards.

216. WLD 9972 – Fabrication Welding Practice
Course Revision – Number change to WLD 276A, Title, Des, Out
Recommend description:
Introduces intermediate fabrication of welded structures. Develops advanced skills as required for industry. Third class in a four course sequence.
and outcomes:

  • Function safely in a welding shop environment.
  • Operate oxy-fuel portable and track cutting systems in accordance with industry standards.
  • Weld common joint configurations using fabrication tools.
  • Apply the use of visual inspection tools as set forth in AWS D1.1, Structural Welding Code.
  • Interpret blueprints and shop drawings to industry standards.

217. WLD 9973 – Fabrication Welding Practice
Course Revision – Number change to WLD 276B, Title, Des, Out
Recommend description:
Introduces advanced fabrication of welded structures. Develops advanced skills as required for industry. Fourth class in a four course sequence.
and outcomes:

  • Function safely in a welding shop environment.
  • Operate oxy-fuel portable and track cutting systems in accordance with industry standards.
  • Weld common joint configurations using advanced fabrication tools to industry standards.
  • Apply the use of visual inspection tools as set forth in AWS D1.1, Structural Welding Code.
  • Interpret blueprints and shop drawings to industry standards.

218. WLD 9980 – Certification Welding Practice
Course Revision – Number change to WLD 186A, Title, Des, Out
Recommend description:
Introduces preparing and joining plates for certification as per AWS D1.1 Structural Steel Welding codes.  First class in a four course sequence.
and outcomes:

  • Function safely in a welding shop environment.
  • Operate oxyacetylene portable and track cutting systems in accordance with industry standards.
  • Weld 2F and 3F plates.

219. WLD 9981 – Certification Welding Practice
Course Revision – Number change to WLD 186B, Title, Des, Out
Recommend description:
Introduces preparing and joining plates in the 2G position for certification as per AWS D1.1 Structural Steel Welding codes.  Second class in a four course sequence.
and Outcomes:

  • Function safely in a welding shop environment.
  • Operate oxyacetylene portable and track cutting systems in accordance with industry standards.
  • Weld 2F and 3F plates in preparation for 2G weld certification.

220. WLD 9982 – Certification Welding Practice
Course Revision – Number change to WLD 286A, Title, Des, Out
Recommend description:
Introduces preparing and joining plates in the 3G position for certification as per AWS D1.1 Structural Steel Welding codes.  Third class in a four course sequence.
and outcomes:

  • Function safely in a welding shop environment.
  • Operate oxyacetylene portable and track cutting systems in accordance with industry standards.
  • Prepare 1” certification plates to AWS D1.1 standards for certification.
  • Weld 2G and 3G plates for certification.

221. WLD 9983 – Certification Welding Practice
Course Revision – Number change to WLD 286B, Title, Des, Out
Recommend description:
Introduces preparing and joining plates in the 4G position for certification as per AWS D1.1 Structural Steel Welding codes.  Fourth class in a four course sequence.
and outcomes:

  • Function safely in a welding shop environment.
  • Operate oxyacetylene portable and track cutting systems in accordance with industry standards.
  • Prepare 1” certification plates to AWS D1.1 standards for certification.
  • Weld 3G and 4G plates for certification.
  • Test finished certification plates for discontinuities as per AWS D1.1


New Business:

222. SC 17 – Applied Communication
New Course
Recommend description:
Integrates academic content with workplace content. Serves as a vehicle to develop higher level thinking skills in the area of reading, language arts, and writing. Reviews the fundamentals of grammar and vocabulary in written and oral assignments. Upon completion, students enter career/technical programs/college certificate programs, college academic/transfer programs, apprenticeship programs, and the workplace.
and Outcomes:

1. Use effective written and oral communication skills for college, personal, and career successes.
2. Prepare and transition for the next level in college and/or career.
3. Use gained confidence toward self-efficacy and to be a team player in school, work, and the community.

223. EET 254 – Electronic Engineering Technology Seminar
Course Revision – Title, Des, Req, Outcomes
Recommend description:
Includes information on finding employment in the electronics industry, writing resumes and cover letters, and practice interviewing.
and Outcomes:

  • Research the industry and potential employers, develop an effective resumes and cover letters, and employ effective interview techniques for a position within electronic engineering technology or related field.
  • Effectively communicate technical skills as an electronic engineering technician or related-position.

224. CG 225 – Transfer to a Four Year College
New Course
Recommend description:
Provides students planning to transfer to a four-year college with an understanding of the various processes, requirements, and issues that impact successful transitions. Provides strategies and information critical to both academic development and adjustment to the four-year college systems.
And Outcomes
Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:

A. Develop and continually assess academic plan to facilitate transfer to a 4 year school

B. Choose a four year school and program based on personal criteria

C. Locate and employ financial resources to fund education at a four year college

D. Identify, locate and utilize resources and services needed for college success at a four year school

E. Transition from a Community College to a four-year school

The following ART courses are for the Summer Arts Institute only and will not be printed in the College’s Catalog.

225. ART 197A – Summer Arts Institute: Spirit of Sketch
New Course
Recommend

226. ART 197B – Summer Arts Institute: Portrait Drawing
New Course
Recommend with no fee

227. ART 197C – Summer Arts Institute: The Art of Chinese and Japanese Gardens
New Course
Recommend with no fee

228. ART 197D – Summer Arts Institute: Line, Letters, and Luminosity
New Course
Recommend

229. ART 197F - Summer Arts Institute: Moldmaking
New Course
Recommend outcomes:
On completion of this course the student should be able to:

Continue to use and to build on newly-acquired skills in the making of sculptural art
Apply new cognitive and technical processes in sculptural art making.
Further employ multiple production techniques in subsequent art endeavors

230. ART 197I – Summer Arts Institute: Ancient
New Course
Recommend with no fee

231. ID 121 – Sustainable Materials for Residential Interiors
Related Instruction
Recommend