COMMENT: Upon successful completion of both BIOL HNRS 212 and
BIOL 211, a student will earn 5 credits to be counted as one course
in the G2 block. BIOL HNRS 212 may not be used independently to fulfill a
G2 requirement. The prerequisites for BIOL HNRS 212 are: 1) completion of
BIOL 211 with a grade of A or B, and 2) member of University Honors
Program or 3.35 QPA or instructor's permission.
3. Faculty Senate actions at meeting on April 15, 1997
--New Option: BS in Chemistry, Option in Environmental
Approved, effective Fall 1997.
COMMENT: The school dean will monitor enrollments in the Environmental
Chemistry option to assess whether the department's faculty/student ratio
is being affected.
4. Faculty Senate actions at meeting on June 19, 1997
COMMENT: This course is a merger of CHEM 371 Polymer Chemistry (3
credits) and CHEM 381 Polymer Chemistry Laboratory (1 credit), both of
which should be deleted from the undergraduate catalog effective
COMMENT: This course replaces CHEM 437 Organic Qualitative Analysis,
which should be deleted from the undergraduate catalog effective FA97
MATH 471 Mathematical Modeling (3 credits, non-gen ed)
Approved, effective Spring 1998.
c: Ms. Frances Axsmith, Assistant Registrar
Ms. Candace Deen, Academic Information Officer
Mr. Mariano Gonzalez, University Registrar
Mr. Colin McLeod, Director of Academic Advisement
Dr. Charles Denlinger, Mathematics Department Chair
Dr. Carol Hepfer, Biology Department Chair
Dr. Sandra Turchi, Chemistry Department Chair
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