The following three course proposals were approved between meetings to expedite their approval. This will allow them to appear in the course roster for the Fall 2003 semester. They would have been approved at the February 18, 2003 meeting had that meeting not been cancelled by last week's snowstorm. On Friday, February 21, I informed the Senate that the courses would stand approved if I heard no objections to them by Tuesday, February 25, 2003. No such objections were voiced and thus they were approved.
(1) NEW GRADUATE COURSES
BUAD 691--Independent Study, 3 credits. Desired effective date--Spring 2003.
(2) NEW GRADUATE COURSES
BUAD 686-689--Special Topics in Business Administration, 3 credits. Desired effective date--Spring 2003.
(3) NEW GRADUATE COURSES
BUAD 586-589--Special Topics in Business Administration, 3 credits. Desired effective date--Spring 2003.
The following proposals were approved at today's meeting:
(1) NEW UNDERGRADUATE COURSES
ELED 376--Assessment for Instructional Planning, 3 credits. Desired effective date--Spring 2004.
(2) CHANGES IN COURSES/CURRICULA**
Elementary Education-straight ELED, ELEM/ECHD and ELEM/Science options. Addition of ELED 376 as a required education course. When Assessment for Instructional Planning is offered as a topics in education course prior to approval of ELED 376, it will satisfy the requirement of ELED 376 in the education program. Desired effective date--Spring 2004.
(3) NEW GRADUATE COURSE
EDCI 799--Curriculum and Instruction K-12 Supervisory Program, 6 credits. Desired effective date--Spring 2003.
(4) CHANGES IN COURSES/CURRICULA
New Certificate Program in Curriculum and K-12 Supervision (Supervisory Certificate for Curriculum and Instruction K-12). Desired effective date--Spring 2003.
A T. Kevorkian/B. Stengel motion granting Dr. Jack R. Fischel the honorary title of Professor of History Emeritus passed.
Dr. Beverly Skinner was elected interim Women Studies Curriculum Committee Chair on a B. Dorman/J. Lynch motion for the Faculty Senate Secretary to cast the unanimous vote in favor of her election.