Chairperson Piperberg called the meeting to order at 4:05 PM in Chryst 210.
All departments were represented with the exception of the following: Art, Earth
Sciences, Foreign Languages, Geography, and Sociology-Anthropology.
Report of the Faculty Senate Chairperson
(2) Chairperson Piperberg said that we will place the Honors Program proposal introduced last time on the agenda for the February 6 meeting.
(3) The Fall calendar discussion will be placed on the agenda for the
December 5 meeting.
Report of the Graduate Student Organization President None.
Report of the Administrative Officers None.
Reports of the Faculty Senate Standing Committees
Dr. Wismer from UCPRC distributed copies of the revised General Education course proposal forms and asked that they be attached to the MinutesAttachment A Attachment B Attachment C Attachment D. They will be considered at the December 5 meeting.
Reports of the Faculty Senate Special Committees None.
Proposed Courses and Programs
(1) CHANGE IN GRADUATE COURSES/CURRICULA
(2) NEW UNDERGRADUATE COURSE(S)
ENGL 366 - Perspectives on the Harlem renaissance, Perspectives course, 3 credits, effective Spring 2001.
MUSI 366 - Perspectives on the Harlem Renaissance, Perspectives course, 3 credits, effective Spring 2001.
A three-section interdisciplinary perspectives (P) course with one section each in the History, English and Music Departments offered concurrently. This will allow introductory large-group sessions on History and Music/Literature, a summary large group session and discipline-specific small-group sessions to which students rotate. 3 credits. Effective Spring 2001.
The proposal passed without objection.
Master of Business Administration Program, effective Fall 2002.
NEW GRADUATE COURSES – All were approved.
BUAD 610, Legal issues in Business, 3 credits, effective Fall 2002.
BUAD 630, Marketing Management, 3 credits, effective Fall 2002.
BUAD 631, Buyer Behavior, 3 credits, effective Fall 2002.
BUAD 640, Financial Management, 3 credits, effective Fall 2002.
BUAD 641, Investments and Portfolio Management, 3 credits, effective Fall 2002.
BUAD 650, The Management Process, 3 credits, effective Fall 2002.
BUAD 759, Strategy and Policy, 3 credits, effective Fall 2002. Note: The course number was changed from BUAD 659 to BUAD 759 to avoid potential confusion. This course is the capstone course for the program and should have the highest course number.
BUAD 660, Managerial and Cost Accounting, 3 credits, effective Fall 2002.
ECON 620, Managerial Economics, 3 credits, effective Fall 2002.
ENGL 676, Business Writing for Managers and Executives, 3 credits, effective Fall 2002.
New/Other Business None.
The meeting adjourned at 4:40pm.