Undergraduate Curriculum
and
Academic Policy Committee



Minutes
of
October 4, 1996 Meeting



Present: Tiffany Brown, Donna Cole, Jeanne Fraker, Carol Holdcraft, Martha Sammons, Tom Sav, Joe Slater, David Steenbarger

The committee discussed the newly formed WAC Committee as a standing subcommittee of UUCAP and nominated Joe Law, Associate Professor of English and Coordinator of the WAC Program to serve as chair of the WAC Committee and, therefore, an Ex-officio member of UUCAP.

The committee approved 39 course modification requests received from the CEHS:

AED 223 AED 223L AED 226 AED 324 AED 325 AED 332 AED 411 AED 411L AED 428 AED 429

AED 429L AED 440 AED 440L AED 443 ED 200 ED 219 ED 241 ED 241L ED 242 ED 242L ED 243

ED 243L ED 310 ED 338 ED 369 ED 403 ED 404 ED 405 ED 413 ED 415 ED 416 ED 426 ED 430

ED 436 ED 447 ED 450 ED 457 ED 462 ED 490.


It was proposed and agreed that in preparation for the next meeting, the committee would experiment with two routing paths among members to handle course modification and inventory requests. Other business such as requests for new programs, policies, etc, would be sent as a separate package to each committee member. More efficient and less costly electronic means of conducting UUCAP business were discussed and put under investigation. Other business such as requests for new programs, policies, etc, would be sent as a separate package to each committee member.

Other forthcoming certainties and possibilities regarding UUCAP business were discussed --, including the task of possibly adding "Pluralism in American Society" to the GE Program, the application of Transfer Module minimums and maximums, and the possibility of a calendar system change via the Provost's Spring 1996 memo to faculty.

All committee members were invited to attend the November 4, 1996, 11:15-11:45 a.m., 248B Rike Hall, meeting with the NCATE evaluation team as part of the CEHS accreditation review.

The committee scheduled its next meeting for October 18, 1996, 2:15 p.m., 032 Rike Hall.


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