Undergraduate Curriculum
and
Academic Policy Committee



Minutes
of
January 19, 1999 Meeting


Present: Carol Holdcraft, Beth Basista, Steve Peterson, Tim Rafferty, Anne Runyan, Joe Law, Jan Maxwell, Tom Sav, Joe Slater, Ken Strickland, Roy Vice, Jeanne Fraker, Andy Wright (student), Jason Lansdale (student).

Minutes: Minutes of November 24, 1998 were approved with the addition of "and math courses" to concern #3 under old business.

Course Inventory Requests/Course Modification Requests:

COBA: The committee approved: EC 315, EC 320, EC 431, EC 432, EC 435, EC 436, EC 444, FIN 301, FIN 401, FIN 411

COSM: The committee approved: GL 381, GL 382, GL 383, MTH 243, MTH, 244, GL 468, GL 469, GL 470, GL 475, GL 201, GL 405

CECS: The committee approved: CEG 360, CEG 402, CS 409, CEG 433, EE 451, EGR 480, HFE 195, HFE 301, HFE 302, HFE 481, HFE 482, ME 432

CEHS: The committee approved: HPR 241, HPR 281, HPR 362, HPR 381, HPR 230, HPR 330, HPR 331, HPR 382, HPR 431, HPR 432

GE Substitution: The committee approved: HPR 250, HPR 251 as GE substitutions for HPR Students (pending Senate approval).

COLA: The committee approved: ART 375, ART 376, ART 377, ART 379, MUS 416, PLS 448, PLS 449, RUS 311, RUS 312, RUS 331, RUS 332, RUS 399, TH 371, TH 372, TH 373, ART 378, ART 478, GEO 330, MUS 261, MUS 262, MUS 420, REL 497, TH 131, TH 180, TH 231, TH 232, TH 233, TH 253, TH 281, TH 282, TH 283, TH 332, TH 333, TH 334, TH 381, TH 382, TH 383, TH 399, TH 435, TH 436, TH 481, TH 490, TH 499

CONH: The committee approved: NUR 405, NUR 406, NUR 407, NUR 462

Program Changes:
CONH: The committee approved: RN/BSN program change (pending Senate approval).

CESC: The committee approved: Human Factors Engineering program change (pending Senate approval).

New Programs:
Majors:
COSM: The committee approved: BA in Physics; BS in Comprehensive Science (pending Senate approval). Clearer documentation will be sought before sending these majors to Faculty Senate for review.
Minors:
CECS: The committee approved: Minor in Environmental Science and Engineering (pending Senate approval).


New Business: 

CLEP Policy: Jeanne Fraker presented a proposal for development of a University policy on CLEP credit from the Undergraduate Academic Advising Group. She will make available packets of information about the CLEP subject tests to relevant departments. Members should discuss this policy with their constituents and identify any additional information they need to act on this proposal. The goal is to have an acceptable policy to forward to Faculty Senate for action before the end of this academic year.


WAC Report: Joe Law will draft a memo clarifying the Guidelines for Independent Writing Projects to be forwarded to the Senate Executive committee along with the guidelines.

The committee adjourned. The next meeting will be Tuesday, February 16 at 9:00 am in 219 Rike.


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