Minutes 3-3-2010

CURRICULUM/GEN ED COMMITTEE
a standing committee of the Education Advisory Committee
Minutes
March 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

Joe Wright

Doug Jones

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Tammy Dowd

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:

Danny Merrick

Greg Kerr

Darcie LeMieux

Dave Stout

Jerry Brask

Cindy Francois

Virginia Vanderford

Scot Leavitt

Frederick – CA Student Rep

Experimental Courses:

CAS 199E – Web Site Creation using CMS – Content Management Systems
PS 299 – The Elections of 2010

Course Inactivation:

HIM 101 – Service Learning
HIM 103 – Seminar 3
HIM 140 – Health Record Content 1
HIM 294 – Health Information Directed Practice 3
BI 237 – Applied and Environmental Microbiology
BI 170 – Environmental Science
RAD 281C – Computed Tomography
RAD 281D – Magnetic Resonance
PE 186N – Intermediate Ballroom Dancing
PE 186L – Basic Dance: Ballroom, Country, Folk

Available Grading Option:
None

Old Business:

190. WLD 9910 – Welding Practice
Course Revision – Number change to WLD 116A, Title, Des, Out
Recommend with description:
Introduces intermediate shielded metal arc welding process on mild steel plate in accordance with AWS D1.1 Structural Steel welding codes and to industry standards. Introduces welding in the 1F and 2F positions. First course in a four course sequence.

191. WLD 9911 – Welding Practice
Course Revision – Number change to WLD 116B, Title, Des, Out
Recommend with description:
Introduces intermediate shielded metal arc welding practice on mild steel plate in accordance to AWS D1.1 Structural Steel Welding Codes, and to industry standards. Introduces welding in the 3F and 4F positions. Second course in a four course sequence.

192. WLD 9912 – Welding Practice
Course Revision – Number change to WLD 216A, Title, Des, Out 
Recommend with description:
Introduces intermediate shielded metal arc welding process in accordance with AWS D1.1 Structural Steel Welding Codes, and to industry standards. Weld mild steel in the 3F and 4F positions. Third course in a four course sequence.

193. WLD 9913 – Shielded Metal Arc Welding
Course Revision – Number change to WLD 216B, Title, Des, Out
Recommend with description:
Introduces intermediate shielded metal arc welding, in accordance with AWS D1.1 Structural Steel Welding Codes, and to industry standards. Weld mild steel in the 3G and 4G positions. Fourth class in a four course sequence.

194. WLD 9920 – Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (Heliarc)
Course Revision – Number change to WLD 126A, Title, Des, Out
Recommend with description:
Introduces gas tungsten arc welding and industry standards. Weld common joint configurations in the 1F and 2F positions. Develops foundational skills required for advancement in future course work. First class in a four course sequence.

195. WLD 9921 – Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (Heliarc)
Course Revision – Number change to WLD 126B, Title, Des, Out
Recommend with description:
Introduces gas tungsten arc welding and industry standards. Weld common joint configurations in the 3F and 4F positions. Develops foundational skills required for advancement in future course work. Second class in a four course sequence.

196. WLD 9922 – Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (Heliarc)
Course Revision – Number change to WLD 226A, Title, Des, Out
Recommend with description:
Introduce gas tungsten arc welding on Aluminum to industry standards. Weld common joint configurations. Develops foundational skills required for advancement in future course work. Third class in a four course sequence.

197. WLD 9923 – Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (Heliarc)
Course Revision – Number change to WLD 226B, Title, Des, Out
Recommend with description:
Introduces Gas Tungsten Arc welding on Stainless Steel to industry standards. Weld common joint configurations. Develops foundational skills required for advancement in future course work. Fourth class in a four course sequence.

213. WLD 9963 – Welding Practice Metal Sculpting
Course Revision – Number change to WLD 266B, Title, Des, Out
Recommend with description:
Review, practice and strengthen previously learned welding techniques in the fabrication of welded metal sculpture. Fourth class in a four class sequence.

New Business:

232. CAS 181- Web Site Creation using CMS – Content Management Systems
New Course
Recommend with description:
Create sophisticated, dynamic, interactive and fully functional web sites using a Content Management System (CMS), such as Joomla or Drupal. Topics include installing and modifying templates, creating efficient site navigation using menus, organizing a dynamic site using components and modules, and storing and responding to data submitted from a form.
Recommended: CAS111D, CAS206, and CAS215.

233. PE 186P – Pilates for Dancers
Course Revision – Requisite
Recommend

234. BA 237 – Fundamentals of Import/Export
Course Revision – Outcomes
Postpone at SAC Request

235. ASL 201 – Second Year American Sign Language IV
Course Revision – Description, Outcomes
Recommend

236. ASL 201 – Second Year American Sign Language IV
Contact/Credit Hour Change
Recommend

237. ASL 202 – Second Year American Sign Language V
Course Revision – Description, Outcomes
Recommend

238. ASL 202 – Second Year American Sign Language V
Contact/Credit Hour Change
Recommend

239. ASL 203 – Second Year American Sign Language VI
Course Revision – Description, Outcomes
Recommend

240. ASL 203 – Second Year American Sign Language VI
Contact/Credit Hour Change
Recommend

241. ASL 250 – Accelerated American Sign Language
Course Revision – Description, Outcomes
Recommend

242. ASL 250 – Accelerated American Sign Language
Contact/Credit Hour Change
Recommend

243. ASL 251 – Accelerated American Sign Language
Course Revision – Description, Outcomes
Recommend

244. ASL 251 – Accelerated American Sign Language
Contact/Credit Hour Change
Recommend

245. FN 110 – Personal Nutrition
Course Revision – Description, Outcomes
Recommend with description:
Explores personal food habits and beliefs. Emphasizes practical application of nutrition knowledge to enhance general health. Analyzes present diet and evaluates it according to latest nutritional guidelines. Basic nutrition course for students with little or no science background.

246. FN 110 – Personal Nutrition
Contact/Credit Hour Change
Recommend

247. MUS 240 – Music Composition
New Course
Recommend with hours:
2 credits = 1 hour of lecture, 3 hour of lab
Description:
Introduces music composition with focus on 20th and 21st century compositional techniques and materials. Includes composition of chamber and concert works using topics and methods covered with the goal of compiling a portfolio of original works. Specific topics covered will vary by term. Course may be taken up to three times for credit. Prerequisite: MUS 111
and Outcomes:
Utilize contemporary music composition techniques as a means of musical expression.
Acquire a personal musical language.
Understand the richness and diversity of contemporary concert music in order to foster creative exchange of musical ideas through skills acquired.

248. RAD 256 – CT Clinical Education I
New Course
Recommend with number change and description:
Number Change: RAD 270
Provides clinical education experience in an affiliated hospital or clinical CT department under the direct supervision of a registered technologist and radiologist. Includes the application of equipment use, manipulation and operation, CT imaging procedures, CT radiation safety and patient care. Requires attendance and clinical competencies, objectives, and performance assessments. Teaches skills that are required to function in the clinical area as a CT technologist, with a professional work ethic. Prerequisite: RAD 251, RAD 252, RAD 253, and RAD 254.

249. RAD 257 – CT Clinical Education II
New Course
Recommend with number change and description:
Number Change: RAD 271
Provides intermediate and advanced clinical education experience in an affiliated hospital CT imaging department under the supervision of a credentialed CT technologist and radiologist. Includes application of equipment manipulation and operation, CT imaging procedures, radiation safety, medicolegal and ethical protocols, record keeping and patient care. Requires attendance and completion of clinical competencies, objectives, and performance assessments. Teaches the necessary skills that are required to function in the clinical area as a CT technologist, with a professional work ethic. May be repeated one time for credit. Prerequisite: RAD 270.

250. PL 210 – Advanced Estate Planning
Course Revision – Title, Des, Out
Recommend with description:
Explores and provides strategies for preserving clients’ quality of life as they age in the field of elder law, including important planning issues, such as where to live; financial management; health care; protection; insuring against risk of high costs of care; and planning for serious illness and death. Covers various tools, including elder abuse protection, long term care, Medicare and Medicaid, insurance, trusts, social security, guardianships and conservatorships and other planning issues. Prerequisite: PL 109
and Outcomes:

Understand and use various tools to assist aging clients to address important quality of life decisions.

Draft Elder Abuse Petitions

Draft a Guardianship or Conservator Petitions

Draft a trust documents

Draft other relevant insurance, tax or estate planning documents