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AAST 4263 Catalog Title Independence and Africa Today (Sp) Modern Africa
  Short Course Title AFRICA TODAY MODERN AFRICA
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2018
  Typically Offered Irregular
  Course Delivery Method On campus
  Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Justification Change of title, matching the now modified main template for the course (HIST 4263)
AAST 4583 Short Course Title PEOPLE OF SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA CULTURES OF AFRICA
  Catalog Title Peoples and Cultures of Sub-Saharan Africa Cultures of Africa
  Syllabus ANTH 4583 Cultures of Africa Spring 2016.pdf
  Reviewer Comments kjvestal - Tue, 02 Aug 2016 17:40:41 GMT - Rollback: Please select term(s) to offer. Thank you!
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2017 Fall 2018
  Justification This course has been offered regularly and its description meets the objectives of AAST. The faculty member is also a member of the AAST faculty committee. The old title is a historical title that does not reflect contemporary understandings of the anthropological study of the continent.
  Typically Offered Fall
  Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  allcodes AAST 4583
AAST 4853 Proposed Effective Date Summer 2017 Spring 2018
  Justification Adding the ability to add class topics effective summer 2017. Modifying course to allow topics to be assigned.
  Typically Offered Irregular
  Create Topic Name? No Yes
  Topics Octavia Butler
  allcodes AAST 4853
ACCT 4673 Course Delivery Method On campus On campus
Off campus
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2016 Spring 2018
  Justification To clarify pre-requisite Offer online section
  Typically Offered Fall
  Off Campus Delivery Online/Web-based
  Reviewer Comments kjvestal - Thu, 02 Nov 2017 15:26:23 GMT - Updated entry of Off campus and online delivery to sync data.
  allcodes ACCT 4673
ACCT 5123 Added
ACCT 5413 Prerequisite(s) ACCT 3753 with a grade of "C" or better. Graduate standing.
  Justification Enforcing requisites effective spring 2017. The previous pre-requisite kept transfer students into the MAcc program from being able to enroll in the course. Graduate standing is the correct requirement for enrollment.
  Typically Offered Spring
  Off Campus Delivery Distance Education
  allcodes ACCT 5413
ACCT 5863 Added
ACCT 5883 Short Course Title INDIVIDUAL TAX PLANNING TAX PLANNING
  Catalog Title Individual Tax Planning Tax Planning
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2015 Summer 2017
  Justification Off campus delivery method added per Dr. Martin. Title changed because the course content has changed to include tax planning for entities as well as individuals. This title will give more flexibility in content changes required for tax law changes.
  Typically Offered Spring
  Off Campus Delivery Distance Education
  allcodes ACCT 5883
ADLL 6253 Added
ADLL 6403 Reviewer Comments kjvestal - Tue, 29 Nov 2016 14:20:59 GMT - Rollback: Please select the term(s) of offering. Thanks!
kmamisei - Mon, 05 Dec 2016 18:13:17 GMT - Rollback: Change the course number in the syllabus as well as in the system. Since it is a doctoral level course, it should be at the 6000 level. Also, the course should not be repeatable for degree credit. Thanks.
kmamisei - Tue, 13 Dec 2016 01:38:57 GMT - Rollback: Kevin, please change the syllabus. It should say ADLL6403. Thank you.
  Catalog Description Introduction to quantitative reasoning for educators and researchers in adult education. Topics include applying the hypothetico-deductive research process, describing data using statistical terminology, building statistical models, presenting data meaningfully, and using SPSS to analyze data from practical research problems. Introduction to quantitative reasoning for educators and researchers in adult education. Topics include applying the hypothetico-deductive research process, describing data using statistical terminology, building statistical models, presenting data meaningfully, and using SPSS to analyze data from practical research problems. This course meets in-person three to five times during the semester. Class dates are announced to ADLL students the preceding semester. Classes are held on campus on Saturdays from 9AM to 5PM. Participation is mandatory.
  Syllabus ADLL 6403 - Course Syllabus for Proposal.docx ADLL 6403 - Course Syllabus.docx
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2017 Spring 2018
  Justification We propose this course to address the need of ADLL doctoral students for a practice-based, applied quantitative reasoning course. ADLL doctoral students are working professionals who seek course content that is relevant and meaningful to their practice and dissertation topics. They wish to see clearly how quantitative reasoning skills will help them answer problems in practice, attain their professional goals, and further their prior learning. Additionally, many of these students have spent years away from higher education and have retained little from earlier statistics and research methodology courses. Some have entered the ADLL program from undergraduate and master’s programs that didn’t offer mathematics and statistics courses at any level.

This course attempts to address these needs by stressing the application of statistical analyses to practice-based problems, the dissemination of findings in meaningful ways, the careful scaffolding of statistical skills and knowledge, and the use of user friendly, windows-based programs (i.e., SPSS and MS Excel) to analyze quantitative data.
We are not changing anything about the course, just adding the following note to the catalog description: "This course meets in-person three to five times during the semester. Class dates are announced to ADLL students the preceding semester. Classes are held on campus on Saturdays from 9AM to 5PM. Participation is mandatory."
  Typically Offered Fall and Spring
  Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  allcodes ADLL 6403
ADLL 6413 Catalog Description Methodologies for designing descriptive, correlational, and experimental studies. Development of research questions, definition of variables, selection or development of instruments, data collection, analysis, interpretation and reporting of research results. Methodologies for designing descriptive, correlational, and experimental studies. Development of research questions, definition of variables, selection or development of instruments, data collection, analysis, interpretation and reporting of research results. This course meets in-person three to five times during the semester. Class dates are announced to ADLL students the preceding semester. Classes are held on campus on Saturdays from 9AM to 5PM. Participation is mandatory.
  Proposed Effective Date Summer 2017 Spring 2018
  Justification The name of this course needs to be updated to reflect its content. This course follows ADLL 6403 Quantitative Reasoning I for Adult Educators. ADLL 6403 is also being added as a prerequisite course. We are not changing anything about the course, just adding the following note to the catalog description: "This course meets in-person three to five times during the semester. Class dates are announced to ADLL students the preceding semester. Classes are held on campus on Saturdays from 9AM to 5PM. Participation is mandatory."
  Typically Offered Fall
  Off Campus Delivery Online/Web-based
  allcodes ADLL 6413
ADLL 6423 Catalog Description Methodologies for designing qualitative research studies in adult and lifelong learning settings. Selection of the appropriate qualitative tradition, selection of research subjects, development of data collection protocols, field work strategies, data analysis, data interpretation and presentation of data results. Methodologies for designing qualitative research studies in adult and lifelong learning settings. Selection of the appropriate qualitative tradition, selection of research subjects, development of data collection protocols, field work strategies, data analysis, data interpretation and presentation of data results. This course meets in-person three to five times during the semester. Class dates are announced to ADLL students the preceding semester. Classes are held on campus on Saturdays from 9AM to 5PM. Participation is mandatory.
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2018
  Typically Offered Spring
  Course Delivery Method On campus
Off campus
  Off Campus Delivery Online/Web-based
  Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Justification We are not changing anything about the course, just adding the following note to the catalog description: "This course meets in-person three to five times during the semester. Class dates are announced to ADLL students the preceding semester. Classes are held on campus on Saturdays from 9AM to 5PM. Participation is mandatory."
ADLL 6433 Catalog Description Overview of evaluation strategies in adult and lifelong learning programs that include: development of evaluation questions, selection or development of instrumentation, data collection methods, data analysis, and reporting of evaluation results. Emphasis on practical and ethical issues associated with evaluation processes. Overview of evaluation strategies in adult and lifelong learning programs that include: development of evaluation questions, selection or development of instrumentation, data collection methods, data analysis, and reporting of evaluation results. Emphasis on practical and ethical issues associated with evaluation processes. This course meets in-person three to five times during the semester. Class dates are announced to ADLL students the preceding semester. Classes are held on campus on Saturdays from 9AM to 5PM. Participation is mandatory.
  Proposed Effective Date Summer 2017 Spring 2018
  Justification Three prerequisites research courses are being added to make certain students in the ADLL doctoral program have the necessary skills to be academically successful in ADLL 6433. We are not changing anything about the course, just adding the following note to the catalog description: "This course meets in-person three to five times during the semester. Class dates are announced to ADLL students the preceding semester. Classes are held on campus on Saturdays from 9AM to 5PM. Participation is mandatory."
  Typically Offered Spring
  Off Campus Delivery Online/Web-based
  Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Syllabus ADLL 6433 - Roessger - Spring 2017.docx
  allcodes ADLL 6433
ADLL 6443 Catalog Description Development of dissertation proposal. Formation of research question, selection of methodologies, development of problem statement, research questions, and identification of research variables, constructs of phenomena. Identification of data collection and data analysis procedures. Development of dissertation proposal. Formation of research question, selection of methodologies, development of problem statement, research questions, and identification of research variables, constructs of phenomena. Identification of data collection and data analysis procedures. This course meets in-person three to five times during the semester. Class dates are announced to ADLL students the preceding semester. Classes are held on campus on Saturdays from 9AM to 5PM. Participation is mandatory.
  Proposed Effective Date Summer 2017 Spring 2018
  Justification Four prerequisites research courses are being added to make certain students in the ADLL doctoral program have the necessary skills to be academically successful in ADLL 6443. We are not changing anything about the course, just adding the following note to the catalog description: "This course meets in-person three to five times during the semester. Class dates are announced to ADLL students the preceding semester. Classes are held on campus on Saturdays from 9AM to 5PM. Participation is mandatory."
  Typically Offered Spring
  Off Campus Delivery Online/Web-based
  Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  allcodes ADLL 6443
AGEC 2103 Catalog Title Principles of Agricultural Macroeconomics (Sp, Fa) Principles of Agricultural Macroeconomics
  Catalog Description Applications of economics principles to problems of agricultural production, distribution, and income; including a study of the interrelationship between agriculture and other segments of the economy; and the dynamic forces in the economy which affect agriculture. Credit will be allowed for only one of AGEC 2103 or ECON 2013 or ECON 2013H. Applications of economics principles to problems of agricultural production, distribution, and income; including a study of the interrelationship between agriculture and other segments of the economy; and the dynamic forces in the economy which affect agriculture. Credit will be allowed for only one of AGEC 2103 or AGEC 2103H or ECON 2013 or ECON 2013H.
  Create Honors Course? No Yes
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2018
  Academic Level Undergraduate
  Typically Offered Fall and Spring
  Course Delivery Method On campus
  Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Justification There is a need for an honor's section of the course. The department is now in the position to offer an honors section.
  Syllabus syllabusAGEC2103H.pdf
  Reviewer Comments ac087 - Fri, 25 Aug 2017 22:44:07 GMT - Effective Spring 2018 pending completion of approval process before the start of Spring term.
ac087 - Mon, 20 Nov 2017 19:24:00 GMT - Non honors section to be Every Fall and Spring, honors section to be spring only.
ac087 - Mon, 20 Nov 2017 19:26:23 GMT - admin update to typically offered and delivery method
AGEC 2142 Proposed Effective Date Fall 2015 Spring 2018
  Prerequisite(s) AGME 2903 or ISYS 1120 and AGEC 1103 or ECON 2023 or ECON 2143. AGME 2903 or ISYS 1120 or ISYS 1123 and AGEC 1103 or ECON 2023 or ECON 2143.
  Justification The course change request reflects the department's intentions to offer the course every spring and fall semester going forward. Walton College Computer Competency (https://walton.uark.edu/advising/computer-competency.php) offers two paths to demonstrate computer competency. ISYS 1120 is an 8 week course for higher performing students who enter college with more computer skills and ISYS 1123 is a full semester length course where students gain computer skills and earn credit. Two different paths to demonstrate computer competency. We accept the first (ISYS 1120) and should also accept the second (ISYS 1123). We receive many Walton transfers each year and this change would help make placing our transfer students in AGEC 2142/2141L much more efficient. Currently, our advisors must request permission to administratively add students into AGEC 2142/2141L. This change would allow students who have completed ISYS 1123 to add the course without permission.
  Typically Offered Fall and Spring
  allcodes AGEC 2142
AGEC 4303 Short Course Title ADVANCED AGRI MARKETING MGMT AGRIBUS MARKETING MGMT
  Catalog Title Advanced Agricultural Marketing Management Agribusiness Marketing Management
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2017 Spring 2018
  Justification Undergraduate only per dual level cleanup project. New graduate course is AGEC 5703. The current title is a holdover from when the course was taught several years ago. When we brought the course back, we left everything unchanged and simply re-activated it. The “Advanced” part of the title is misleading. There is nothing particularly advanced about the course and it is not a continuation of some non-advanced course (like Farm Management and Advanced Farm Management).

Also, with the recent addition of a 5000-level section of the course, there can be confusion about whether this course is more rigorous than AGEC 5303, which it is not, and we are making this change to the title so that "Advanced" no longer appears. This should clarify that the topic is not more advanced than in AGEC 5303.
  Typically Offered Spring
  Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Syllabus AGEC4303syllabus2018_DRAFT_CLEAN.pdf
  Reviewer Comments ac087 - Thu, 14 Sep 2017 15:51:47 GMT - Rollback: roll back per department for correction of errors. ALSO, No longer accepting new dual level proposals. a 4000 and 5000 level cognate must be proposed. 5303 is not available as 5000 level cognate. The following are available: 4333 and 5333, 4343 and 5343, 4353 and 5353, 4363 and 5363, or 4393 and 5393
  allcodes AGEC 4303
AGEC 5113 Short Course Title AGRI MARKETING ANALYSIS AGRI PRICES & FORECASTING
  Catalog Title Agricultural Marketing Analysis Agricultural Prices and Forecasting
  Catalog Description Course prepares students for some of the more common tasks in market analysis as undertaken by professional agricultural economists in industry, government, and academic institutions. Major emphasis is on the analytical procedures and techniques required in short- and long-term outlook work; forecasting and projecting supply, demand and prices; and optimal market organization. (Formerly AGEC 4113.) Price theory and techniques for predicting price behavior of general economy and price behavior of individual agricultural products will be analyzed. Provides practice in the application of economics and statistics to agricultural price analysis. Lecture 2 hours, laboratory 2 hours per week. Graduate degree credit will not be given for both AGEC 4113 and AGEC 5113.
  Create Non Credit Lab? No Yes
  Reviewer Comments lkulcza - Mon, 22 May 2017 20:45:35 GMT - Rollback: Admin deletion of inactive course for dual level conversion
  Prerequisite(s) AGEC 5303. (AGEC 1103 or ECON 2023), AGEC 2403, (AGST 4023 or STAT 2303 or WCOB 1033) and MATH 2053.
  Component Type Lecture Lecture/Laboratory
  Academic Level Graduate
  Typically Offered Spring
  Course Delivery Method On campus
  Title/Description Change Type Major Content Change
  Corequisite(s) Lab component.
  Justification Admin update of this course. Course would not sync because CIM was pulling in information for an earlier version of AGEC 5113, Agri Marketing Analysis, which was eliminated per the course review process. Hoping this admin change will pull in the correct, active version of AGEC 5113.
  Additional Notes See history of both versions of AGEC 5113 in UAConnect for further clarification.
  allcodes AGEC 5113
AGEC 5203 Short Course Title ADVANCED AGRI MARKETING MGMT AGRIBUS MARKETING MGMT
  Catalog Title Advanced Agricultural Marketing Management Agribusiness Marketing Management
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2017 Spring 2018
  Justification Admin update to grad level cognate course. The current title is a holdover from when the course was taught several years ago. When we brought the course back, we left everything unchanged and simply re-activated it. The “Advanced” part of the title is misleading. There is nothing particularly advanced about the course and it is not a continuation of some non-advanced course (like Farm Management and Advanced Farm Management).

Also, with the recent addition of a 5000-level section of the course, there can be confusion about whether this course is more rigorous than AGEC 5303, which it is not, and we are making this change to the title so that "Advanced" no longer appears. This should clarify that the topic is not more advanced than in AGEC 5303.
  Typically Offered Spring
  Syllabus AGEC5203syllabus2018_DRAFT_CLEAN.pdf
  Reviewer Comments mrevans - Tue, 19 Sep 2017 20:36:56 GMT - Although I am approving the title change, I have a philosophical problem with the catalog description. Specifically, I have a problem with not allowing a graduate student to take 5203 for credit if they took 4303. I assume this is because the department considers the courses to be the same or very similar. However, with one being a graduate course and one being an undergraduate course, they should be significantly different...at least in rigor if not also in content to a degree. Otherwise, we are having graduate students taking an undergraduate level or version of the course and undergraduates taking an graduate level course. Even when we had combined sections, the content and rigor for graduate students was supposed to be different than that for undergraduate students.
  allcodes AGEC 5203
AGEC 2141L Proposed Effective Date Fall 2015 Spring 2018
  Prerequisite(s) AGME 2903 or WCOB 1120 and AGEC 1103 or ECON 2023 or ECON 2143. AGME 2903 or ISYS 1120 or ISYS 1123 and AGEC 1103 or ECON 2023 or ECON 2143.
  Justification This course change request reflects the department's intentions to offer the course every fall and spring semester. Walton College Computer Competency (https://walton.uark.edu/advising/computer-competency.php) offers two paths to demonstrate computer competency. ISYS 1120 is an 8 week course for higher performing students who enter college with more computer skills and ISYS 1123 is a full semester length course where students gain computer skills and earn credit. Two different paths to demonstrate computer competency. We accept the first (ISYS 1120) and should also accept the second (ISYS 1123). We receive many Walton transfers each year and this change would help make placing our transfer students in AGEC 2142/2141L much more efficient. Currently, our advisors must request permission to administratively add students into AGEC 2142/2141L. This change would allow students who have completed ISYS 1123 to add the course without permission.
  Typically Offered Fall and Spring
  allcodes AGEC 2141L
AGED 2143 Catalog Title Introduction to Agricultural Communications Introduction to Agricultural Communications and Leadership
  Catalog Description A survey of agricultural communications for students in the ACOM concentration and minor and anyone seeking a basic understanding of the discipline. The course provides an overview of the history, philosophy, and theories of the discipline and introduces students to career options, skills and practical competencies required of agricultural communicators. A survey of agricultural communications and leadership theories and practices for students in the ACOM and AGLE concentrations and minors and anyone seeking a basic understanding of these disciplines. The course provides an overview of the history, philosophy, and theories of the disciplines and introduces students to career options, skills and practical competencies required of agricultural communicators and leaders.
  Reviewer Comments ljrobert - Wed, 02 Dec 2015 21:24:51 GMT - added to justification
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2016 Fall 2018
  Justification Enrollment in the ACOM concentration and minor has increased, so course is needed every year. Department has sufficient resources to cover this change. As the new AGLE concentration has emerged, this course has evolved into an introduction to both the ACOM and AGLE This course is now currently team-taught by ACOM and AGLE faculty. A portion of the course involves dividing the AGLE and ACOM students into separate groups so they can study their disciplines in more detail. Still, the two disciplines are closely related, and some of the introductory material applies to students in both concentrations, so keeping the two groups together in the same introductory course is efficient and justifiable.
  Typically Offered Fall
  Title/Description Change Type Major Content Change
  Syllabus AGED_2143_schedule_FALL 2017.pdf
AGED_2143_syllabus_FALL_2017.pdf
  allcodes AGED 2143
AGED 3111 Added
AGED 3162 Catalog Description An introductory course designed to guide students through the curriculum development and assessment processes. This course will enable students to understand the need for quality curriculum and assessment, design quality curricula and assessment, and evaluate the relationship between roles of curriculum documents and assessments in formal education. To supply students with the necessary information and skills to select and apply appropriate teaching techniques, curricula, resources, and assessment strategies when designing a course in career and technical education.
  Syllabus AGED 3163 - Curriculum Dev and Assessment.docx AGED 3162 updates.docx
AGED 3161L.docx
  Course Code AGED 3163 AGED 3162
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2014 Spring 2018
  Course Number 3163 3162
  Prerequisite(s) AGED 1123.
  Credit Hours 3 2
  Justification Through systematic analysis of the competencies needed by certified agriculture teachers and the skills they master through the current Agricultural Education program, we have identified a gap in curriculum development and assessment. This course is designed to fill that gap by giving students and understanding of and experience in the development of a full curriculum document for a course. The course will also enable students to design quality assessment pieces that align with learning objectives and then interpret assessment results and adjust teaching accordingly. This course is designed specifically for agricultural education students, as elective subjects have different core content inclusion requirements than other courses. AGED 3163, Curriculum Development and Assessment Techniques, has been taught for the past three springs and has been highly impactful in preparing students to plan curriculum during their teaching internship. We have continued to observe students struggle with the responsibilities of the internship; the time required to simultaneously plan lessons and teach them has reduced students’ ability to carefully reflect on their teaching experiences before they plan the next day’s lessons. Class and programmatic changes, as well as a shift in our procedures in working with supervising teachers, has enabled students to work with their supervising teachers much earlier than in previous semesters and opened up the opportunity for students to take a one-hour lab class in the fall before their internship. During this lab, they can now work with their supervising teachers to apply the principles of AGED 3162 in constructing unit plans and assessments to use during their internship. This preparation will allow students more time to focus on creating quality unit and lesson plans, as well as enable them to focus more on the reflective learning process intended through the teaching internship.
  Typically Offered Spring
  Reviewer Comments mrevans - Wed, 27 Sep 2017 21:54:51 GMT - Rollback: Please include Student Learning Outcomes in syllabus
  allcodes AGED 3162
AGED 4113 Added
AGED 4211 Added
AGED 4231 Course Code AGED 4233 AGED 4231
  Course Number 4233 4231
  Credit Hours 3 1
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2018
  Typically Offered Spring
  Justification This course will change from a 3 credit hour course to a one credit course due to changes in the degree program that it is required and the content needed to be taught. The purpose of this course is to familiarize students with important concepts necessary to plan, supervise, evaluate and facilitate and effective agricultural program. Previously, this course covered a plethora of areas needed by being aligned through the previous degree program check sheet. Presently, the degree check sheet is being revised with new courses that will specifically canvas areas needed by today’s professionals. Some of the facets covered in this course will be moved into those new courses (Agricultural Teachers as Professionals) The changes that will occur in this course will focus on the important concepts professionals need to plan, supervise, facilitate, and evaluate effective agricultural science programs in today’s school systems instead of a broad scope of needs for programs in today’s school systems.
  Syllabus AGED 4231 Program Development.docx
AGED 4231 syllabus.pdf
AGED 17-18 DRAFT kws.xlsx
  Reviewer Comments kjvestal - Wed, 12 Apr 2017 20:14:48 GMT - Rollback: Rolling back per submitter's request.
kjvestal - Thu, 30 Nov 2017 15:07:24 GMT - Changed effective date to fall 2018 per Vicky Watkins.
  allcodes AGED 4231
AGED 5001 Can this course be repeated for degree credit? No Yes
  Catalog Title Seminar (Irregular) Seminar
  Are multiple enrollments allowed in a term? No Yes
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2018
  Academic Level Graduate
  Typically Offered Fall and Spring
  Course Delivery Method On campus
Off campus
  Off Campus Delivery Online/Web-based
  Total credits allowed 3
  Total completions 3
  Topics Proposal Development

Grant Writing

Technical Communication
  Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Prerequisite(s) Graduate level.
  Justification This minor change adds specificity to the topics that will be covered in the AGED 5001 seminar sections. The three seminar sections will now be required in the place of AGED 5483, Technical Communication (the course used to lead graduate students through the thesis/dissertation process).
  Reviewer Comments mrevans - Wed, 27 Sep 2017 20:09:09 GMT - I have concerns in how this is being set up. It is going to be difficult to track that students have taken one from each of the three areas. It is also going to require manual reviewing on audits. A better way to have done this would have been to create 5001, 5011 and 5021 or something equivalent so that each topic had a different course number to denote that each topic had been taken by the student.
AGED 5113 Added
AGED 3161L Added
AGST 4023 Course Delivery Method On campus
Off campus
On campus
  Justification Added equivalency. AGST 4023 was incorrectly listed in the catalog as Fall semester instead of Spring semester. It does show correct for Spring 2018 in class search on UA Connect.
  Typically Offered Spring
  allcodes AGST 4023
AMPD 1013 Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Syllabus AMPD 1013 H Syllabus.docx
  Reviewer Comments kjvestal - Fri, 28 Aug 2015 13:19:35 GMT - Per Nancy Simkins, the effective date is edited to be Spring 2016.
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2016 Spring 2018
  Prerequisite(s) HESC 1501 if HESC or AMPD major.
  Justification Request to create Honors Section HESC 1501 is not being taught on a regular basis and removing the re-req will allow students to matriculate through the program in a timely manner.
  Additional Notes To be effective FALL 2016 TO BE EFFECTIVE SPRING 2018.
  Typically Offered Fall and Spring
  allcodes AMPD 1013
AMPD 5053 Added
AMPD 1013H Catalog Title Honors Introduction to Clothing Concepts (Sp, Fa) Honors Introduction to Clothing Concepts
  Prerequisite(s) Honors standing and HESC 1501 if HESC or AMPD major. Honors standing.
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2018
  Typically Offered Fall and Spring
  Course Delivery Method On campus
  Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Justification Removal of HESC 1501 as it is not being taught on a regular basis and removal of this pre-req will allow students to matriculate through the program in a timely manner.
  Additional Notes TO BE EFFECTIVE SPRING 2018.
ANSC 3133 Proposed Effective Date Summer 2016 Spring 2018
  Prerequisite(s) MATH 1203. MATH 1203 or higher.
  Justification The Animal Science course ANSC3133: Animal Breeding and Genetics is focused on understanding how genetics are used by animal scientists to select and improve animal populations. This involves the study of molecular, population, and quantitative genetics. The course involves working through problems using basic algebra to demonstrate what factors most greatly impact genetic improvement in animals. This kind of problem solving requires both a conceptual and mathematical understanding of the material and there is not sufficient time to teach both concepts in a lecture. Further, a lecture session makes it challenging to work individually with students on problems. I would request a 1-2 hour drill session be added to ANS3133 to allow for more hands on instruction with students to help guide them through more problem solving examples that are critical to understanding the topic of animal breeding. This time will also give me more opportunity to re-cover subjects that are not clear in lecture with the students. Changing wording of prerequisite so that those who have taken a math higher than 1203 can also enroll without issues.
  Additional Notes Request to add a drill has been approved by the Animal Science department faculty.
  Typically Offered Spring
  Corequisite(s) Drill component.
  allcodes ANSC 3133
ANSC 3753 Added
ANSC 4163 Added
ANSC 5163 Added
ANTH 1013 Proposed Effective Date Spring 2018
  Typically Offered Spring and Summer
  Off Campus Delivery Distance Education
Online/Web-based
  Justification Rebuilding online course, approved.
  Reviewer Comments lkulcza - Mon, 15 May 2017 18:51:02 GMT - Rollback: Returned to submitter for delivery method corrections.
agriffin - Fri, 26 May 2017 16:52:49 GMT - Changed effective catalog date from fall 2017 to spring 2018. It is too late to complete the approval process for the fall catalog.
tmartin - Tue, 05 Sep 2017 17:56:55 GMT - Rollback: Rolled back for Faculty Senate approval.
kjvestal - Thu, 02 Nov 2017 16:30:22 GMT - Removed entry for ONLN to sync data.
  allcodes ANTH 1013
ANTH 4583 Short Course Title PEOPLE OF SUB-SAHARAN AFR CULTURES OF AFRICA
  Catalog Title Peoples and Cultures of Sub-Saharan Africa Cultures of Africa
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2017 Fall 2018
  Justification New course AAST 4583 is currently in the CIM queue as a proposed cross-listing to ANTH 4583, so AAST 4583 is being added as a cross-listing to this course.

Editing the short title to be the same as AAST 4583.
The old title is a historical title that does not reflect contemporary understandings of the anthropological study of the continent.
  Typically Offered Fall
  allcodes ANTH 4583
ARAB 1003 Added
ARAB 1013 Added
ARAB 2003 Added
ARCH 3026 Prerequisite(s) ARCH 3016 and ARCH 3134. ARCH 3016 and ARCH 3143.
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2018
  Typically Offered Spring
  Course Delivery Method On campus
  Justification Updated pre-req. to reflect that ARCH 3134 is inactive and ARCH 3143 is the new course in its place.
ARCH 3143 Reviewer Comments agriffin - Thu, 01 Oct 2015 19:13:54 GMT - Minor edit to course description. Also minor edit to syllabus, approved by submitter.
  Proposed Effective Date Summer 2016 Fall 2018
  Typically Offered Fall
  Additional Notes Now that we have made the course transition with the last cohort of students, we will make this offering in FA only.
  allcodes ARCH 3143
ARCH 3253 Proposed Effective Date Fall 2016 Spring 2018
  Prerequisite(s) ARCH 2113, ARCH 2123, ARCH 2132 and ARCH 3143. ARCH 3016 and ARCH 3143.
  Typically Offered Spring
  Additional Notes Now that we have made the new sequence transition with the last cohort of students, we will now only offer this course in the Spring (SP).
  Reviewer Comments lkulcza - Tue, 31 Oct 2017 22:57:26 GMT - Admin update of requisites to remove inactive course.
  allcodes ARCH 3253
ARCH 4933 Catalog Title Introduction to Historic Preservation (Sp, Fa) Introduction to Historic Preservation
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2018
  Academic Level Undergraduate
  Typically Offered Fall and Spring
  Course Delivery Method On campus
Off campus
  Off Campus Delivery Study Abroad
  Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Justification Need Off Campus Delivery Method for Study Abroad: Rome Center program for Spring 2018.
ARCH 5016 Catalog Title Option Studio I (Sp) Option Studio I
  Prerequisite(s) ARCH 4016 or ARCH 4026 or ARCH 4116 or ARCH 4126. ARCH 4016, or ARCH 4026, or ARCH 4116, or ARCH 4126.
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2018
  Academic Level Undergraduate
  Typically Offered Fall
  Course Delivery Method On campus
  Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Justification Clean-up. I missed this one. We always offer this course in the FALL (FA).
ARCH 5026 Catalog Title Option Studio II (Su) Option Studio II
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2018
  Academic Level Undergraduate
  Typically Offered Spring
  Course Delivery Method On campus
  Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Justification Clean-up offerings. This course has always been offered in the SPRING (SP)
ARCH 3253H Catalog Title Honors Environmental Technology II (Sp) Honors Environmental Technology II
  Prerequisite(s) ARCH 2113, ARCH 2123, ARCH 2132 and ARCH 3143. ARCH 2016 and ARCH 3143.
  Cross-listed with: Environmental Technology II
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2018
  Typically Offered Spring
  Course Delivery Method On campus
  Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Justification Update to pre-reqs in order to correct enrollment issues.
ARCH 4723H Inactivated/Deleted
ARHS 4413 Added
ARHS 4423 Added
ARHS 4793 Added
ARHS 5793 Added
ARHS 6413 Added
ARHS 6423 Added
ARTS 3403 Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Short Course Title PRINTMAKING: ETCHING PRINTMAKING INTRO
  Catalog Title Printmaking: Etching Printmaking: Introduction
  Catalog Description Introduction to intaglio printmaking processes including etching, aquatint, drypoint, collagraph, photo processes, and various inking methods. Introduction to the technical, formal, conceptual, and historical aspects of printmaking through methods of relief, intaglio (etching), monoprint, serigraphic (screenprinting), and lithographic printing techniques.
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2016 Fall 2018
  Prerequisite(s) ARTS 1919C and ARTS 1929C. ARTS 1919C and ARTS 1929C; or ARCH 1025.
  Justification Printmaking curriculum above the introductory level is now structured around topical courses rather than sequential ones. Course title naming is changed to reflect this. Minor changes to title and description.
  Typically Offered Fall and Spring
  allcodes ARTS 3403
ARTS 3413 Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Short Course Title ETCHING II PRINTMAKING: ETCHING
  Catalog Title Etching II Printmaking: Etching
  Catalog Description Advanced study of intaglio printmaking processes with emphasis on individual technical research, development of personal imagery, and refinement of skills. Exploration in the technical, formal, conceptual, and historical aspects of intaglio printmaking through traditional and current methods of metal plate etching, aquatint, color inking and printing, collagraph, photo processes, and other techniques.
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2016 Fall 2018
  Typically Offered Spring
  Justification Stylistic changes to title and description for consistency with printmaking curriculum.
  allcodes ARTS 3413
ARTS 3423 Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2016 Fall 2018
  Prerequisite(s) ARTS 1919C and ARTS 1929C. ARTS 3403 or ARTS 3443.
  Justification Printmaking curriculum above the introductory level is now structured around topical courses rather than sequential ones. Course title naming is changed to reflect this. Prerequisite change.
  Typically Offered Spring
  Reviewer Comments kjvestal - Fri, 03 Nov 2017 14:35:16 GMT - Added a period at the end of the prerequisite statement to sync data.
  allcodes ARTS 3423
ARTS 3433 Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2018 Fall 2018
  Prerequisite(s) ARTS 3403. (ARTS 1919C and 1929C) or ARTS 3403.
  Justification Stylistic changes to title and description for consistency with printmaking curriculum. Update to prerequisites.
  Typically Offered Spring
  Reviewer Comments ac087 - Tue, 24 Oct 2017 18:33:35 GMT - Rollback: Please provide clarification about the requisite. Should it be (ARTS 1919C and 1929C) or ARTS 3403. or should it be ARTS 1919C AND (ARTS 1929C OR ARTS 3403)
  allcodes ARTS 3433
ARTS 3443 Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Proposed Effective Date Summer 2016 Fall 2018
  Justification Prerequisites simplified and course offering status changed. Update to course offering times.
  Typically Offered Fall and Summer
  allcodes ARTS 3443
ARTS 3453 Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Short Course Title SCREENPRINTING II PRINTMAKING: MONOPRINT
  Catalog Title Screenprinting II Printmaking: Monoprint & Monotype
  Catalog Description Advanced study of serigraphic printmaking processes with emphasis on individual technical research, development of personal imagery, and refinement of skills. Exploration in the technical, formal, conceptual, and historical aspects of monotype and monoprint printmaking through a variety of traditional and current methods to create singular works on paper.
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2016 Fall 2018
  Prerequisite(s) ARTS 3443. ARTS 1919C and ARTS 1929C; or ARCH 1025.
  Typically Offered Irregular
  Justification Stylistic changes to title and description for consistency with printmaking curriculum.
  allcodes ARTS 3453
ARTS 3463 Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Short Course Title INTRO TO PRINTMAKING PRINTMAKING DIGITAL
  Catalog Title Introduction to Printmaking Printmaking: Digital Inquiries
  Catalog Description Introduction to the practice, theory, and history of printmaking and graphic work. Concentration on basic relief, intaglio, monoprinting methods, and other processes. Exploration of the technical, formal, and conceptual aspects of both traditional printmaking techniques and contemporary digital media and their application to contemporary art and visual culture.
  Proposed Effective Date Summer 2016 Fall 2018
  Prerequisite(s) ARTS 1919C and 1929C; or ARCH 1025. ARTS 3403 or ARTS 3443 or ARCH 1025.
  Justification Prerequisites simplified and course offering status changed. Minor changes to course name, description, and offering.
  Typically Offered Irregular
  allcodes ARTS 3463
ARTS 3473 Reviewer Comments kjvestal - Thu, 21 Jul 2016 13:30:01 GMT - Rollback: Please edit the short title to reduce it at least 3 characters. Thank you!
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2017 Fall 2018
  Prerequisite(s) ARTS 3463 or ARTS 3443. ARTS 1919C and ARTS 1929C; or ARTS 3403; or ARCH 1025.
  Justification By focusing on specific elements in printmaking and print media, this course teaches students technical skills and conceptual development through the exploration of various book art forms and letterpress printing. An increase in student interest in the aforementioned techniques has lead to this course creation. Prerequisite change.
  Typically Offered Irregular
  allcodes ARTS 3473
ARTS 4003 Added
ARTS 4213 Catalog Title Intermediate Sculpture: Mixed Media & Spatial Context (Fa) Intermediate Sculpture: Mixed Media & Spatial Context
  Prerequisite(s) ARTS 3203 and ARTS 3213.
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2018
  Academic Level Undergraduate
  Typically Offered Fall
  Course Delivery Method On campus
  Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Pre- or Corequisite(s) ARTS 3213.
  Justification Changed the pre-requisite to increase enrollment.
  Syllabus ARTS_4213_Syllabus.docx
  Reviewer Comments lkulcza - Wed, 13 Sep 2017 19:07:31 GMT - Admin removal of offering frequency from title.
agriffin - Wed, 18 Oct 2017 01:30:52 GMT - Rollback: Please work with faculty member to transition the course objectives into student learning outcomes as required by Faculty Senate.
agriffin - Tue, 31 Oct 2017 00:05:44 GMT - Rollback: Please work with faculty to incorporate student learning outcomes into the syllabus.
ARTS 4413 Cross-listed with: Honors Printmaking: Intermediate
  Reviewer Comments kjvestal - Fri, 18 Sep 2015 12:10:38 GMT - Rollback: Rolling back for requisite edit. Thank you!
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2016 Fall 2018
  Prerequisite(s) ARTS 3403 or ARTS 3423 or ARTS 3443 or ARTS 3463 and ARTS 3403 or ARTS 3423 or ARTS 3443 or ARTS 3463. ARTS 3403 and ARTS 3443.
  Create Honors Course? Yes No
  Justification Printmaking curriculum above the introductory level is now structured around topical courses rather than sequential ones. An intermediate course is necessary between beginning courses and Printmaking: Advanced. This course will introduce students to advanced study and studio practice. Prerequisite updated.
  Typically Offered Fall and Spring
  allcodes ARTS 4413
ARTS 4623 Inactivated/Deleted
ARTS 4963 Course Code ARTS 4613 ARTS 4963
  Short Course Title VISUAL DESIGN: WEB I INTRODUCTION TO WEB DESIGN
  Catalog Title Visual Design: Web I Introduction to Web Design
  Catalog Description This course introduces students to the World Wide Web and the technologies and practices involved in creating a successful Web presence. Discussions include interactivity, usability and accessibility with an emphasis on standards-based hand-coding with a special attention to graphic design standards. This course introduces students to design and coding for responsive web sites. Lessons include internet and web history, interactivity, usability and accessibility with an emphasis on basic design and standards-based hand-coding.
  Course Number 4613 4963
  Academic Level Dual Level Undergraduate
  Proposed Effective Date Summer 2017
  Typically Offered Fall
  Off Campus Delivery Online/Web-based
  Justification This course as presently constituted does not fall within the parameters of the new Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design degree that officially began Fall 2016. (That new degree does have three updated interactive courses specifically offered for graphic design students.) This course has been popular as an elective with students from all over campus and easily fills, to provide a good working knowledge of coding and understanding the web.
  Reviewer Comments tmartin - Tue, 05 Sep 2017 17:57:25 GMT - Rollback: Rolled back for Faculty Senate approval.
kjvestal - Fri, 03 Nov 2017 17:27:17 GMT - Updated entry for Off Campus > Online delivery to sync data.
  allcodes ARTS 4963
ARTS 5913 Catalog Description Examination and analysis of current issues and professional practices in contemporary visual art. The relationship of current theoretical literature to studio practice will be explored through writings, presentations and discussions of graduate student research. Special seminars at the graduate level in Studio Art. Subject matter changes depending on student interest and faculty expertise.
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2017 Fall 2018
  Total completions 2 3
  Total credits allowed 6 9
  Typically Offered Irregular
  Off Campus Delivery Study Abroad
  Title/Description Change Type Major Content Change
  Justification This was formerly a required course. The MFA seminar requirement will now be met by two proposed courses specific to first and second year MFA's. (ARTS 5923 and ARTS 5933) This change will allow for elective seminars on a variety of topics.
  allcodes ARTS 5913
ARTS 5923 Added
ARTS 5933 Added
ARTS 449V Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2016 Fall 2018
  Prerequisite(s) ARTS 4413. ARTS 3403.
  Justification The Printmaking curriculum above the introductory level is now structured around topical courses rather than sequential ones. For this reason, ARTS 4463 Etching III and ARTS 4473 Lithography III are being deleted. These two prerequisite courses are being replaced by a new course currently being proposed: ARTS 4413 Printmaking: Intermediate as the prerequisite. Offering and prerequisite changed.
  Typically Offered Fall and Spring
  allcodes ARTS 449V
ATTR 5313 Added
ATTR 5403 Added
ATTR 5413 Added
BENG 4963 Added
BENG 4973 Added
BENG 5963 Added
BENG 5973 Added
BIOL 2013 Prerequisite(s) BIOL 1543 and BIOL 1541L and (CHEM 1073 and CHEM 1071L or CHEM 1103 or CHEM 1123 and CHEM 1121L or CHEM 1213 and CHEM 1211L). (BIOL 1543 and BIOL 1541L) or BIOL 1584)) and (CHEM 1073 and CHEM 1071L or CHEM 1103 or CHEM 1123 and CHEM 1121L or CHEM 1213 and CHEM 1211L).
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2018
  Typically Offered Fall, Spring and Summer
  Off Campus Delivery Distance Education
  Justification BIOL 1584 Biology for Majors was a new course created and was intended to satisfy the same prereq requirement as BIOL 1543/1541L.
  Additional Notes Please make effective immediately to enable students to register for the spring 2018 term.
  Reviewer Comments kbible - Wed, 25 Oct 2017 14:59:18 GMT - Rollback: The effective date needs to be updated, since this was first initiated in Nov of 2016.
  allcodes BIOL 2013
BIOL 3273 Create Non Credit Lab? Yes No
  Create Non Credit Drill? No Yes
  Catalog Title UAteach Research Methods (Sp) UAteach Research Methods
  Component Type Lecture/Laboratory Lecture
  Prerequisite(s) ARSC 1201 and ARSC 1221 and junior standing. ARSC 1201 and ARSC 1221.
  Proposed Effective Date Summer 2018
  Academic Level Undergraduate
  Typically Offered Spring
  Course Delivery Method On campus
  Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Corequisite(s) Drill component.
  Justification Remove junior standing requirement.
  Reviewer Comments svaughan - Fri, 13 Oct 2017 18:12:53 GMT - Please remove junior standing prerequisite.
ac087 - Mon, 16 Oct 2017 16:55:15 GMT - Rollback: All proposals must include justifications. Proposals for cross-listed courses do not match.
kjvestal - Tue, 28 Nov 2017 19:40:05 GMT - Changed effective date to summer 2018 per Ryan Cochran.
BIOL 5024 Added
BIOL 5053 Added
BIOL 5113 Added
BIOL 5303 Prerequisite(s) Cell Biology or Biochemistry. 3 hours of cell biology or biochemistry.
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2018
  Typically Offered Fall
  Justification Change to prerequisites that can be enforced as requested by Karen Turner.
  allcodes BIOL 5303
BIOL 5914 Prerequisite(s) Some previous course work in ecology is essential. 3 hours of ecology-related coursework.
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2018
  Typically Offered Fall Even Years
  Justification Change to prerequisites that can be enforced as requested by Karen Turner.
  allcodes BIOL 5914
BIOL 5933 Prerequisite(s) College level chemistry or biochemistry and ecology. 3 hours of chemistry or biochemistry and ecology.
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2018
  Typically Offered Spring Odd Years
  Justification Change to prerequisites that can be enforced as requested by Karen Turner.
  allcodes BIOL 5933
BMEG 2614 Create Non Credit Drill? Yes No
  Course Code BMEG 2613 BMEG 2614
  Proposed Effective Date Summer 2017 Fall 2018
  Course Number 2613 2614
  Prerequisite(s) GNEG 1322H or GNEG 1121 or GNEG 1103; CHEM 1113 or CHEM 1103, each with a grade of C or better, and MATH 2554 and PHYS 2054. (GNEG 1322H, or GNEG 1121, or GNEG 1103), (CHEM 1113 or CHEM 1103, each with a grade of C or better), MATH 2554 and PHYS 2054.
  Credit Hours 3 4
  Justification The course GNEG 1322H has been added as an equivalent to GNEG 1121 and GNEG 1103.

CHEM 1101L is no longer required under the Biomedical Engineering degree plan, therefore it was removed.
The course has been modified earlier to teach MATLAB during the drill sections, due to the need for students to learn MATLAB early in their curriculum. Non-credit drills have been offered for two semesters now, with good feedback, and the course will be increased to 4 hours to offer the drill section as a 1 hour credit and to expand it as a significant portion of the course.
  Typically Offered Fall and Summer
  Syllabus BMEG 2614 Intro Syllabus.docx
  allcodes BMEG 2614
BMEG 3801 Added
BMEG 4403 Syllabus BMEG 5504 syllabus.docx BMEG 5504 syllabus.docx
BMEG 4403 Course Syllabus_Fall2017.docx
  Reviewer Comments lkulcza - Wed, 29 Jan 2014 20:07:47 GMT - Academic level was not showing in course proposal, but verified with submitter that this course is intended for undergraduate credit only.
rossetti - Sat, 08 Feb 2014 15:11:20 GMT - Rollback: The course number should be BMEG 4504
kjvestal - Fri, 21 Feb 2014 17:50:19 GMT - Rollback: This course must be rolled back and approved again in order to redirect to the AA Vice Chancellor. Thank you!
kjvestal - Mon, 21 Apr 2014 13:27:53 GMT - Per Dr. Rossetti, the course number will remain 4404.
rossetti - Fri, 07 Apr 2017 17:51:46 GMT - Rollback: fix syllabus to make it clear what is different
rossetti - Fri, 05 May 2017 18:03:56 GMT - Rollback: still needs updated syllabi
agriffin - Wed, 08 Nov 2017 21:02:13 GMT - Changed effective date from fall 2017 to fall 2018.
  Course Code BMEG 4404 BMEG 4403
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2014 Fall 2018
  Course Number 4404 4403
  Credit Hours 4 3
  Justification This course was taught as a 470v BMEG elective in Fall 2013. It should be added as a regularly taught elective effective Fall 2014. The addition of this course will enhance the elective options for biomedical engineering students. This is necessary to meet the needs of our department curriculum. BMEG 4404, which used to be taught with BMEG 5504, will now be taught separately from the graduate microscopy course, and will reduce down to a 3 credit hour course. The undergraduate version of Biomedical Microscopy requires less intensive laboratory time for the students groups to complete their individual projects. In-class demonstrations are still performed, but there is no longer structured laboratory time outside of scheduled class hours.
  Typically Offered Irregular
  allcodes BMEG 4403
BMEG 5504 Inactivated/Deleted
CATE 5443 Added
CATE 5803 Added
CDIS 3223 Create Non Credit Lab? Yes No
  Course Code CDIS 3224 CDIS 3223
  Catalog Description Study of the nature of language behavior and of the typical development of speech and language functions for communicative purposes, with primary emphasis on the preschool and early school-age child. Corequisite: Lab component. Pre or Study of typical development of speech and language functions for communicative purposes in children from infancy to early school-age years, including the major components of language as well as the social, cognitive, biological and cultural factors related to language acquisition.
  Course Number 3224 3223
  Corequisite(s) PSYC 2003.
  Credit Hours 4 3
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2018
  Typically Offered Fall
  Pre- or Corequisite(s) PSYC 2003
  Justification It is proposed to change this course to a 3-hour lecture without the 1-hour lab component. The content from the lab will be included in a course offered later in the student's program of study. This will provide the students adequate time to learn the concepts key for language analysis (the lab application) without having to apply concepts before they are covered in class lectures and readings.
  Syllabus LangDev_2018_syllabus_proposed.doc
  Reviewer Comments kjvestal - Mon, 10 Oct 2016 13:23:36 GMT - Rollback: Please edit the course number to be 3223. Thank you!
jpenner - Thu, 20 Oct 2016 20:08:50 GMT - Rollback: This change needs to be accompanied by the additional 1 hour lab course you are proposing and a program plan change for fall 2018.
  allcodes CDIS 3223
CDIS 3253 Added
CDIS 5103 allcodes CDIS 5102 CDIS 5103
  Course Code CDIS 5102 CDIS 5103
  Catalog Title Research Methodology in Communication Disorders (Su) Research Methodology in Communication Disorders
  Credit Hours 2 3
  Course Number 5102 5103
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2018
  Academic Level Graduate
  Typically Offered Fall
  Course Delivery Method On campus
  Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Justification The proposed increase from 2 to 3 hours will allow for increased coverage of the principles of evidence-based practice (EBP) and concepts of levels of evidence in the research methods course
  Syllabus Research_Methods_Fall2018.docx
CDIS 5113 Catalog Description Study of a family-centered, transdisciplinary approach to early intervention with infants and toddlers at-risk for communication disorders. Topics include early communication development, service delivery in a family context, coordination with other disciplines, and legislation mandating services. Study of a family-centered, transdisciplinary approach to early intervention with infants and toddlers at-risk for communication disorders. Topics include early communication development, service delivery in a family context, coordination with other disciplines, legislation mandating services, and providing services to children with multiple disabilities.
  Course Code CDIS 5112 CDIS 5113
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2017 Fall 2018
  Course Number 5112 5113
  Credit Hours 2 3
  Justification Enforcing requisites. The proposed increase from 2 to 3 hours will allow for discussion based exploration of evidence for treatment efficacy in early intervention in addition to increased coverage of children birth to three with multiple disabilities and transitioning from IDEA Part C services to IDEA Part B.
  Typically Offered Spring
  Title/Description Change Type Major Content Change
  Syllabus EarlyIntSyll 2019_proposed.doc
  allcodes CDIS 5113
CDIS 5153 Course Code CDIS 5152 CDIS 5153
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2017 Fall 2018
  Course Number 5152 5153
  Credit Hours 2 3
  Justification Enforcing requisites. The requested increase from 2 to 3 hours is to allow for more extensive coverage of clinical decision-making and treatment in TBI via case studies that integrate previous discussions of the existing evidence.
  Typically Offered Spring
  Syllabus TBI Spring 2019_proposed.doc
  allcodes CDIS 5153
CDIS 5181 Added
CDIS 5213 allcodes CDIS 5214 CDIS 5213
  Course Code CDIS 5214 CDIS 5213
  Catalog Title Voice and Resonance Disorders (Su) Voice and Resonance Disorders
  Credit Hours 4 3
  Course Number 5214 5213
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2018
  Academic Level Graduate
  Typically Offered Fall
  Course Delivery Method On campus
  Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Justification New required course (5233; Speech Sound Disorders) will cover resonance disorders in depth. The following information will now be covered in 5233: Describe appropriate medical, prosthetic, and speech intervention strategies for cleft palate and velopharyngeal insufficiency; create a remediation plan appropriate for a patient with a resonance disorder.
  Syllabus Voice Disorders Syllabus Fall 2018.docx
CDIS 5223 allcodes CDIS 5222 CDIS 5223
  Course Code CDIS 5222 CDIS 5223
  Credit Hours 2 3
  Catalog Description Speech disfluency, including theoretical etiological assumptions and management consideration. An examination of fluency disorders including theory, etiological factors, and development. In addition, the course is designed to address assessment and management of fluency disorders consistent with evidence-based practice for prospective speech-language pathologists.
  Course Number 5222 5223
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2018
  Academic Level Graduate
  Typically Offered Fall
  Course Delivery Method On campus
  Title/Description Change Type Major Content Change
  Justification The proposed increase from 2 to 3 hours will allow for discussion based exploration of evidence for treatment efficacy in fluency disorders in addition to increased coverage of cluttering and its relationship to other disorders of fluency.
  Syllabus Fluency_disorders_2018_Proposed_syllabus.docx
CDIS 5233 allcodes CDIS 5232 CDIS 5233
  Course Code CDIS 5232 CDIS 5233
  Catalog Title Seminar in Misarticulation (Sp) Speech Sound Disorders
  Credit Hours 2 3
  Component Type Seminar Lecture
  Catalog Description Etiology, diagnosis and treatment of disorders of speech articulation. Assessment and treatment of disorders in speech articulation.
  Short Course Title SEMINAR IN MISARTICULATION SPEECH SOUND DISORDERS
  Course Number 5232 5233
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2018
  Academic Level Graduate
  Typically Offered Summer
  Course Delivery Method On campus
  Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Justification The name of this course should be changed to better reflect the content of the course. Additionally, it should be moved from 2 to 3 credits to allow students to learn about the topic more thoroughly.
  Syllabus CDIS_5233_Speech Sound Disorders_Summer_2017.rtf
CDIS 5281 allcodes CDIS 528V CDIS 5281
  Course Code CDIS 528V CDIS 5281
  Catalog Title ADV CP: Speech-Language (Sp, Su, Fa) Advanced Clinical Practicum II
  Maximum Credit Hours 6
  Short Course Title ADV CP: SPEECH-LANGUAGE ADVANCED CLINICAL PRACTICUM II
  Course Number 528V 5281
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2018
  Academic Level Graduate
  Typically Offered Spring
  Course Delivery Method On campus
  Catalog Description Practicum activities in speech-language assessment and intervention.
  Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Prerequisite(s) Graduate standing and successful completion of CDIS 5181.
  Justification This course will serve as the second in a sequence of clinical practicum courses. Allowing students to enroll in distinct courses for each step in this sequence will make the enrollment process more sensible to students.
  Syllabus Syllabus-CDIS-5281.pdf
  Reviewer Comments kmamisei - Fri, 06 Oct 2017 19:42:52 GMT - Rollback: Roll back per request from CDIS faculty.
CDIS 5381 Catalog Title Diagnostic Practicum (Sp, Su, Fa) Advanced Clinical Practicum III
  Catalog Description Practicum activities in speech-language assessment. Practicum activities in speech-language assessment and intervention.
  Short Course Title DIAGNOSTIC PRACTICUM ADVANCED CLINICAL PRACTICUM
  Prerequisite(s) Graduate standing. Graduate standing and successful completion of CDIS 5281.
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2018
  Academic Level Graduate
  Typically Offered Summer
  Course Delivery Method On campus
  Title/Description Change Type Major Content Change
  Justification This course will serve as the third in a sequence of clinical practicum courses. Allowing students to enroll in distinct courses for each step in this sequence will make the enrollment process more sensible to students.
  Syllabus Syllabus-CDIS-5381.pdf
  Reviewer Comments ac087 - Thu, 28 Sep 2017 23:24:41 GMT - APPROVED, BUT WILL NEED CLARIFICATION ON REQUISITES.
CDIS 5511 Added
CDIS 5521 Added
CDIS 5531 Added
CDIS 5813 Added
CDIS 5823 Added
CDIS 5843 Added
CDIS 5883 Added
CHEM 1103 Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Catalog Description Survey of basic chemical principles designed as an introductory course for science, engineering or agriculture majors. An introductory course for science, engineering or agriculture majors. Atomic structure, electron configurations and periodic properties, nomenclature and bonding in compounds, Lewis structure and resonance forms, molecular geometries and polarity, stoichiometry, solution chemistry and aqueous reactions, thermochemistry, gas laws and kinetic molecular theory.
  Cross-listed with: Course CHEM 1213 not Found
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2015 Spring 2018
  Pre- or Corequisite(s) MATH 1203 or higher, ACT MATH 23 or higher, SAT MATH 540 or higher, UA MPT PALG 80% or higher, or AP Calculus AB 3C or higher, or AP Calculus BC 4C or higher, or MATH 1203 CLEP 54 or higher.
  Justification Adding Lecture to the ACTS equivalency statement. Updating course description.
Changing math requirement to pre-requisite only because data indicates higher pass rate among students who come into the course with appropriate math skills.
Adding spring term offering as it has now been offered in the spring regularly for a few years and this helps students keep on track for a 4-5 year graduation plan.
Removed cross listing with CHEM 1213. It is not a combined course. The courses are similar in topics covered but not in how they are taught.
  Typically Offered Fall, Spring and Summer
  Prerequisite(s) MATH 1203 or higher, or AP Calculus AB 3C or higher, or AP Calculus BC 4C or higher, or MATH 1203 CLEP 54 or higher.
  Reviewer Comments rcc003 - Mon, 27 Feb 2017 21:38:24 GMT - shortened course description.
agriffin - Fri, 14 Apr 2017 20:48:49 GMT - Changed effective catalog date from fall 2017 to spring 2018 due to approval timeline. It is too late to complete approval process for fall implementation.
tmartin - Tue, 05 Sep 2017 17:57:43 GMT - Rollback: Rolled back for Faculty Senate approval.
  allcodes CHEM 1103
CHEM 1123 Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Catalog Description Presents the topics of periodicity, bonding, stoichiometry, thermodynamics, kinetics, and chemical equilibrium in detail. Lecture 3 hours per week. Students who pass the CHEM 1103 Freshman Chemistry Proficiency Exam and enroll in CHEM 1123 and CHEM 1121L and receive a grade of C or better in these courses will also receive credit for CHEM 1103 and CHEM 1101L. Introductory course for science, engineering or agriculture majors. Liquids, solids, intermolecular forces, phase diagrams, solution chemistry, solubility, colligative properties, chemical kinetics, chemical equilibria, acid-base equilibria, aqueous ionic equilibria, titrations, buffers, solubility equilibria, thermodynamics, electrochemistry, and nuclear chemistry. Lecture 3 hours per week.
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2015 Spring 2018
  Prerequisite(s) CHEM 1103 (or CHEM 1213 or satisfactory performance on the chemistry proficiency examination) and MATH 1203 or higher or satisfactory performance on the mathematics proficiency examination. CHEM 1103 (or CHEM 1203, or satisfactory performance on the chemistry proficiency exam) and MATH 1203 or higher, or AP Calculus AB 3C or higher, or AP Calculus BC 4C or higher, or MATH 1203 CLEP 54 or higher.
  Justification Added ACTS equivalency statement to title per Gary Gunderman. Updating catalog language.
Correcting MATH prerequisite language.
  Typically Offered Fall, Spring and Summer
  Reviewer Comments agriffin - Fri, 28 Apr 2017 21:23:31 GMT - Changed effective catalog date from fall 2017 to spring 2018 due to approval timeline. It is too late to complete approval process for fall implementation.
tmartin - Tue, 05 Sep 2017 17:57:55 GMT - Rollback: Rolled back for Faculty Senate approval.
  allcodes CHEM 1123
CHEM 1223 Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Catalog Description The second half of a two-semester course designed specifically for students planning to major in chemistry or biochemistry. Students may not receive credit for both CHEM 1223 and CHEM 1123. The second half of a two-semester course designed specifically for students planning to major in chemistry or biochemistry. Students may not receive credit for both CHEM 1223 and CHEM 1123.
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2015 Spring 2018
  Prerequisite(s) CHEM 1213 and CHEM 1211L (or CHEM 1103 and CHEM 1101L). CHEM 1203 and CHEM 1201L (or CHEM 1103 and CHEM 1101L).
  Pre- or Corequisite(s) MATH 2554. MATH 1284C or higher.
  Justification Removed the ACTS equivalency statement from title per Gary Gunderman. Updating course description.
Changed MATH prerequisite.
  Typically Offered Spring
  Reviewer Comments agriffin - Fri, 14 Apr 2017 20:52:09 GMT - Changed effective catalog date from fall 2017 to spring 2018 due to approval timeline. It is too late to complete approval process for fall implementation.
lkulcza - Fri, 04 Aug 2017 16:23:53 GMT - Corrected CHEM 1213/1211L to 1203/1201L in requisites: CHEM 1213 and 1211L were changed to these new course numbers, effective fall 2017
CHEM 3273 Create Non Credit Lab? Yes No
  Create Non Credit Drill? No Yes
  Catalog Title UAteach Research Methods (Sp) UAteach Research Methods
  Component Type Lecture/Laboratory Lecture
  Prerequisite(s) ARSC 1201 and ARSC 1221 and junior standing. ARSC 1201 and ARSC 1221.
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2018
  Academic Level Undergraduate
  Typically Offered Spring
  Course Delivery Method On campus
  Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Justification Remove junior standing requirement and add drill.
  Reviewer Comments ac087 - Mon, 16 Oct 2017 17:07:07 GMT - Rollback: All proposals must include justifications. Proposals for cross-listed courses do not match.
ac087 - Tue, 17 Oct 2017 23:02:42 GMT - change component type to match cross-listed proposals
CHEM 4123 Proposed Effective Date Spring 2017 Spring 2018
  Academic Level Dual Level Undergraduate
  Prerequisite(s) CHEM 3514. CHEM 3453.
  Justification Enforcing graduate requisites. Removing dual status. Changing prerequisite to more appropriate course for preparation.
  Typically Offered Fall
  Reviewer Comments agriffin - Fri, 14 Apr 2017 21:51:51 GMT - Changed effective catalog date from fall 2017 to spring 2018 due to approval timeline. It is too late to complete approval process for fall implementation.
  allcodes CHEM 4123
CHEM 4213 Proposed Effective Date Spring 2017 Spring 2018
  Academic Level Dual Level Undergraduate
  Prerequisite(s) (CHEM 2263 and CHEM 2261L) and ((CHEM 3613 and CHEM 3611L) or (CHEM 3713 and CHEM 3712L)). (CHEM 2263 and CHEM 2261L) and ((CHEM 3613 and CHEM 3611L) or (CHEM 3613H and CHEM 3612M) or (CHEM 3713 and CHEM 3712L)).
  Justification Enforcing graduate requisites. Removing dual status. Correcting prerequisite to include all second semester organic chemistry courses.
  Typically Offered Spring
  Corequisite(s) CHEM 4211L.
  Reviewer Comments agriffin - Mon, 17 Apr 2017 16:08:22 GMT - Changed effective catalog date from fall 2017 to spring 2018 due to approval timeline. It is too late to complete approval process for fall implementation.
  allcodes CHEM 4213
CHEM 4723 Catalog Description Introduction to the application of synthetic and spectroscopic methods in organic chemistry, including mass spectrometry, infrared spectroscopy, and nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometry. Other laboratory techniques applicable to chemical research will be included. Lecture 2 hours, laboratory 3 hours per week, and 1 hour drill. Chemistry students may not receive graduate credit for this course and CHEM 5753. Introduction to the application of synthetic and spectroscopic methods in organic chemistry, including mass spectrometry, infrared spectroscopy, and nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometry. Other laboratory techniques applicable to chemical research will be included. Lecture 3 hours and laboratory 3 hours per week. Lecture only meets the first half of the term. Laboratory meets the entire term.
  Create Non Credit Drill? Yes No
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2017 Spring 2018
  Academic Level Dual Level Undergraduate
  Prerequisite(s) CHEM 3613 and CHEM 3611L (or CHEM 3713 and CHEM 3712L). CHEM 3613 and CHEM 3611L, (or CHEM 3613H or 3612M), (or CHEM 3713 and CHEM 3712L).
  Corequisite(s) Drill and lab components. Lab component.
  Component Type Lecture Lecture/Laboratory
  Justification Enforcing graduate requisites. Updating in-class hours for lecture and lab.
Correcting pre-requisite to include CHEM 3613H/3612M.
Eliminating drill.
No longer dual offered. Graduate section will be seperate course, CHEM 5723 with no lab component.
  Typically Offered Fall
  Reviewer Comments agriffin - Fri, 14 Apr 2017 21:52:38 GMT - Changed effective catalog date from fall 2017 to spring 2018 due to approval timeline. It is too late to complete approval process for fall implementation.
  allcodes CHEM 4723
CHEM 4853 Create Non Credit Lab? No Yes
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2017 Spring 2018
  Academic Level Dual Level Undergraduate
  Pre- or Corequisite(s) CHEM 5813 or CHEM 3813. CHEM 3813 or CHEM 4843H.
  Component Type Laboratory Lecture/Laboratory
  Justification Enforcing graduate requisites. Updating description. Correcting pre-/co-requisite.
  Typically Offered Spring
  Corequisite(s) Lab component.
  Reviewer Comments agriffin - Fri, 14 Apr 2017 21:53:12 GMT - Changed effective catalog date from fall 2017 to spring 2018 due to approval timeline. It is too late to complete approval process for fall implementation.
  allcodes CHEM 4853
CHEM 5101 Catalog Description Introduces new graduate students to research opportunities and skills in chemistry and biochemistry. Meets 1 hour per week during which new students receive information from faculty regarding research programs in the department and training in the use of research support facilities available in the department. This eight week course introduces new graduate students to research opportunities and skills in chemistry and biochemistry. Meets 2 hours per week in the first half of the semester. Safety and ethics in research and scholarship are discussed. Students learn about research programs in the department to aid in choosing an advisor.
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2018
  Typically Offered Fall
  Justification Changing from spring and fall offering to only fall offering. Updating description to reflect change in course delivery.
  Reviewer Comments agriffin - Fri, 14 Apr 2017 21:20:37 GMT - Changed effective catalog date from fall 2017 to spring 2018 due to approval timeline. It is too late to complete approval process for fall implementation.
  allcodes CHEM 5101
CHEM 5123 Added
CHEM 5153 Catalog Description Determination of molecular structure by spectroscopic, diffraction, and other techniques. Illustrative examples will be chosen mainly from inorganic chemistry. Determination of molecular structure by diffraction, spectroscopic, and other techniques. Illustrative examples will be chosen from inorganic chemistry and biochemistry.
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2017 Spring 2018
  Pre- or Corequisite(s) CHEM 3504 and CHEM 4123.
  Justification Enforcing requisites. Updating course description. Removing pre-/co-requisites
  Typically Offered Irregular
  Reviewer Comments agriffin - Fri, 28 Apr 2017 21:29:43 GMT - Changed effective catalog date from fall 2017 to spring 2018 due to approval timeline. It is too late to complete approval process for fall implementation.
  allcodes CHEM 5153
CHEM 5213 Added
CHEM 5223 Catalog Description Use and application of operational amplifiers to chemical instrumentation; digital electronic microprocessor interfacing; software development and real-time data acquisition. Use and application of operational amplifiers to chemical instrumentation; digital electronic microprocessor interfacing; software development and real-time data acquisition. Knowledge of analytical chemistry comparable to material in CHEM 4213 is recommended.
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2017 Spring 2018
  Prerequisite(s) CHEM 4213 and PHYS 2074.
  Justification Enforcing requisites. Updating description. Removing pre-/co-requisites
  Typically Offered Spring Odd Years
  Reviewer Comments agriffin - Fri, 14 Apr 2017 18:36:27 GMT - Changed effective catalog date from fall 2017 to spring 2018 due to approval timeline. It is too late to complete approval process for fall implementation.
  allcodes CHEM 5223
CHEM 5243 Catalog Description Topics will include: diffusion, electron transfer kinetics, and reversible and irreversible electrode processes; followed by a discussion of chronoamperometry, chronocoulometry, polarography, voltammetry and chronopotentiometry. Topics will include diffusion, electron transfer kinetics, and reversible and irreversible electrode processes followed by a discussion of chronoamperometry, chronocoulometry, polarography, voltammetry, and chronopotentiometry. Knowledge of analytical chemistry comparable to material in CHEM 4213 is recommended.
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2017 Spring 2018
  Prerequisite(s) CHEM 4213 and MATH 2574.
  Justification Enforcing requisites. Updating description. Removing pre-/co-requisites.
  Typically Offered Spring Even Years
  Reviewer Comments agriffin - Fri, 14 Apr 2017 18:38:14 GMT - Changed effective catalog date from fall 2017 to spring 2018 due to approval timeline. It is too late to complete approval process for fall implementation.
  allcodes CHEM 5243
CHEM 5253 Catalog Description Principles and methods of modern spectroscopic analysis. Optics and instrumentation necessary for spectroscopy is also discussed. Topics include atomic and molecular absorption and emission techniques in the ultraviolet, visible, and infrared spectral regions. Principles and methods of modern spectroscopic analysis. Optics and instrumentation necessary for spectroscopy is also discussed. Topics include atomic and molecular absorption and emission techniques in the ultraviolet, visible, and infrared spectral regions. Knowledge of analytical chemistry comparable to material in CHEM 4213 is recommended.
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2017 Spring 2018
  Prerequisite(s) CHEM 4213.
  Justification Enforcing requisites. Updating description. Removing pre-/co-requisites.
  Typically Offered Fall Odd Years
  Reviewer Comments agriffin - Fri, 14 Apr 2017 18:39:09 GMT - Changed effective catalog date from fall 2017 to spring 2018 due to approval timeline. It is too late to complete approval process for fall implementation.
  allcodes CHEM 5253
CHEM 5283 Catalog Description Fundamental and applied concepts of energy storage and conversion, with sustainability implications. Chemical reactions (kinetics, thermodynamics, mass transfer), emphasizing oxidation-reduction, electrochemical, and interfacial processes, and impact on performance of fuel and biofuel cells, batteries, supercapacitors, and photochemical conversion. Prerequisite or Fundamental and applied concepts of energy storage and conversion with sustainability implications. Chemical reactions (kinetics, thermodynamics, mass transfer), emphasizing oxidation-reduction, electrochemical, and interfacial processes, and impact on performance of fuel and biofuel cells, batteries, supercapacitors, and photochemical conversion.
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2017 Spring 2018
  Prerequisite(s) CHEM 1103, CHEM 1123, PHYS 2054, PHYS 2074, and MATH 2554.
  Corequisite(s) MATH 2564.
  Justification Enforcing requisites. Updating description. Removing pre-/co-requisites.
  Typically Offered Fall Even Years
  Reviewer Comments agriffin - Fri, 14 Apr 2017 19:35:23 GMT - Changed effective catalog date from fall 2017 to spring 2018 due to approval timeline. It is too late to complete approval process for fall implementation.
  allcodes CHEM 5283
CHEM 5443 Added
CHEM 5453 Catalog Description Fundamental quantum theory: Hamiltonian formalism in classical mechanics, Schrodinger equation, operators, angular momentum, harmonic oscillator, barrier problems, rigid rotator, hydrogen atom and interaction of matter with radiation. Fundamental quantum theory: Hamiltonian formalism in classical mechanics, Schrodinger equation, operators, angular momentum, harmonic oscillator, barrier problems, rigid rotator, hydrogen atom, and interaction of matter with radiation. Knowledge of physical chemistry comparable to material in CHEM 3504 is recommended.
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2017 Spring 2018
  Prerequisite(s) CHEM 3504. (Recommended: MATH 3404).
  Justification Enforcing requisites. Removing pre-/co-requisites.
  Typically Offered Spring Odd Years
  Reviewer Comments agriffin - Fri, 14 Apr 2017 19:58:06 GMT - Changed effective catalog date from fall 2017 to spring 2018 due to approval timeline. It is too late to complete approval process for fall implementation.
  allcodes CHEM 5453
CHEM 5473 Catalog Description Theory and applications of the principles of kinetics to reactions between substances, both in the gaseous state and in solution. Theory and applications of the principles of kinetics to reactions between substances, both in the gaseous state and in solution. Knowledge of physical chemistry comparable to material in CHEM 3514 is recommended.
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2017 Spring 2018
  Prerequisite(s) CHEM 3514.
  Justification Enforcing requisites. Updating description. Removing pre-/co-requisites.
  Typically Offered Spring
  Reviewer Comments agriffin - Fri, 14 Apr 2017 20:00:38 GMT - Changed effective catalog date from fall 2017 to spring 2018 due to approval timeline. It is too late to complete approval process for fall implementation.
  allcodes CHEM 5473
CHEM 5573 Added
CHEM 5603 Catalog Description Introduction to the theoretical interpretation of reactivity, reaction mechanisms, and molecular structure of organic compounds. Application of theories of electronic structure; emphasis on recent developments. Introduction to the theoretical interpretation of reactivity, reaction mechanisms, and molecular structure of organic compounds. Application of theories of electronic structure; emphasis on recent developments. Knowledge of material comparable to CHEM 3613, CHEM 3613H, CHEM 3713 and CHEM 3514 is recommended.
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2017 Spring 2018
  Prerequisite(s) (CHEM 3514 and CHEM 3713 and CHEM 3712L).
  Justification Enforcing requisites. Updating descriptions. Removing pre-/co-requisites.
  Typically Offered Fall
  Reviewer Comments agriffin - Fri, 14 Apr 2017 20:28:37 GMT - Changed effective catalog date from fall 2017 to spring 2018 due to approval timeline. It is too late to complete approval process for fall implementation.
  allcodes CHEM 5603
CHEM 5633 Catalog Description The more important types of organic reactions and their applications to various classes of compounds. The more important types of organic reactions and their applications to various classes of compounds. Knowledge of organic chemistry comparable to material in CHEM 3603 is recommended.
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2017 Spring 2018
  Prerequisite(s) (CHEM 3514 and CHEM 3713 and CHEM 3712L).
  Justification Enforcing requisites. Updating description. Removing pre-/co-requisites.
  Typically Offered Irregular
  Reviewer Comments agriffin - Fri, 14 Apr 2017 20:36:03 GMT - Changed effective catalog date from fall 2017 to spring 2018 due to approval timeline. It is too late to complete approval process for fall implementation.
  allcodes CHEM 5633
CHEM 5723 Added
CHEM 5753 Catalog Description Interpretation of physical measurements of organic compounds in terms of molecular structure. Emphasis on spectroscopic methods (infrared, ultraviolet, magnet resonance, and mass spectra). Interpretation of physical measurements of organic compounds in terms of molecular structure. Emphasis on spectroscopic methods (infrared, ultraviolet, magnet resonance, and mass spectra). Knowledge of organic chemistry comparable to material in CHEM 3603 is recommended.
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2017 Spring 2018
  Prerequisite(s) (CHEM 3712L and CHEM 3713 and CHEM 3514).
  Justification Enforcing requisites. Updating description. Removing pre-/co-requisites.
  Typically Offered Fall
  Reviewer Comments agriffin - Fri, 14 Apr 2017 20:38:00 GMT - Changed effective catalog date from fall 2017 to spring 2018 due to approval timeline. It is too late to complete approval process for fall implementation.
  allcodes CHEM 5753
CHEM 5813 Catalog Description The first of a two-course series covering biochemistry for graduate students in biology, agriculture, and chemistry. Topics covered include protein structure and function, enzyme kinetics, enzyme mechanisms, and carbohydrate metabolism. The first of a two-course series covering biochemistry for graduate students in biology, agriculture, and chemistry. Topics covered include protein structure and function, enzyme kinetics, enzyme mechanisms, and nucleic acid and carbohydrate structures. Knowledge of organic chemistry comparable to material in CHEM 3613 is recommended.
  Cross-listed with: Honors Biochemistry I
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2017 Spring 2018
  Prerequisite(s) CHEM 3712L and CHEM 3713 (or CHEM 3613 and CHEM 3611L).
  Justification Enforcing requisites. Updating course descripton. Removing pre-/co-requisites.
  Typically Offered Fall
  Reviewer Comments kjvestal - Tue, 14 Feb 2017 21:27:23 GMT - Rollback: Rolling back per Heather Jorgensen for additional edits.
kjvestal - Tue, 14 Feb 2017 21:37:06 GMT - Rollback: Rolling back for description edit.
kjvestal - Tue, 14 Feb 2017 21:44:24 GMT - Removed undergraduate honors crosslisted course. Undergraduate and graduate courses cannot be crosslisted, but can be combined classes.
agriffin - Fri, 14 Apr 2017 20:39:02 GMT - Changed effective catalog date from fall 2017 to spring 2018 due to approval timeline. It is too late to complete approval process for fall implementation.
  allcodes CHEM 5813
CHEM 6011 Catalog Description Members of the faculty, graduate and advanced students meet weekly for discussion of current chemical research. Weekly seminar sections are offered for the Departmental seminar and for divisional seminars in biochemistry and in analytical, inorganic, nuclear, organic, and physical chemistry. Chemistry graduate students register for the Departmental seminar section and one of the divisional seminar sections each semester they are in residence. Seminar credit does not count toward the minimum hourly requirements for any chemistry graduate degree. Weekly discussion of current chemical research. Departmental and divisional seminars in analytical chemistry, biochemistry, inorganic, organic, and physical chemistry are held weekly. Seminar credit does not count toward the minimum hourly requirements for any chemistry graduate degree.
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2017 Spring 2018
  Prerequisite(s) (CHEM 3514 and CHEM 3713 and CHEM 3712L) and senior or graduate standing.
  Total completions 1 99
  Total credits allowed 1 99
  Justification Enforcing graduate requisites. Cleaning up course description. Removing undergraduate pre-requisites that are likely to hamper graduate students from enrolling.
  Typically Offered Fall and Spring
  Topics topics exist
  Reviewer Comments rcc003 - Fri, 03 Mar 2017 14:43:25 GMT - pasted updated description from submitter.
agriffin - Fri, 14 Apr 2017 20:40:21 GMT - Changed effective catalog date from fall 2017 to spring 2018 due to approval timeline. It is too late to complete approval process for fall implementation.
  allcodes CHEM 6011
CHEM 6643 Catalog Description Theories and principles of organometallic chemistry. Concepts include bonding, stereochemistry, structure and reactivity, stereochemical principles, conformational, steric and stereoelectronic effects. Transition metal catalysis of organic reactions will also be described. Theories and principles of organometallic chemistry. Concepts include bonding, stereochemistry, structure and reactivity, stereochemical principles, conformational, steric and stereoelectronic effects. Transition metal catalysis of organic reactions will also be described. Knowledge of material comparable to CHEM 3713 and CHEM 3514 is recommended.
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2017 Spring 2018
  Prerequisite(s) CHEM 3504, and CHEM 3514, and CHEM 3703, and CHEM 3713 or permission of instructor.
  Justification Enforcing graduate requisites. Updating description. Removing pre-/co-requisites.
  Typically Offered Irregular
  Reviewer Comments agriffin - Fri, 14 Apr 2017 20:41:21 GMT - Changed effective catalog date from fall 2017 to spring 2018 due to approval timeline. It is too late to complete approval process for fall implementation.
  allcodes CHEM 6643
CHEM 6823 Catalog Description Physical chemistry of proteins, nucleic acids, and biological membranes. Ultracentrifugation, absorption and fluorescent spectrophotometry, nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, x-ray diffraction, and other techniques. Physical chemistry of proteins, nucleic acids, and biological membranes. Ultracentrifugation, absorption and fluorescent spectrophotometry, nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, x-ray diffraction, and other techniques.
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2017 Spring 2018
  Prerequisite(s) (CHEM 3514 and CHEM 5813) or graduate standing. CHEM 5813.
  Justification Enforcing graduate requisites. Updating description. Updating prerequisite to graduate chemistry course.
  Typically Offered Fall Even Years
  Reviewer Comments agriffin - Fri, 14 Apr 2017 20:42:07 GMT - Changed effective catalog date from fall 2017 to spring 2018 due to approval timeline. It is too late to complete approval process for fall implementation.
  allcodes CHEM 6823
CHEM 1123H Catalog Description Presents the topics of periodicity, bonding, stoichiometry, thermodynamics, kinetics, and chemical equilibrium in detail. Lecture 3 hours per week. Upon successful completion of CHEM 1123 with a grade of "C" of better, credit for CHEM 1103 can be requested by students who passed the CHEM 1103 proficiency exam. Presents the topics of periodicity, bonding, stoichiometry, thermodynamics, kinetics, and chemical equilibrium in detail. Lecture 3 hours per week. Students with satisfactory performance on the proficiency exam and who complete CHEM 1123H on the UAF campus with a grade of "C" or better can request credit for CHEM 1103.
  Prerequisite(s) CHEM 1103 (or CHEM 1213 or satisfactory performance on the chemistry proficiency examination) and MATH 1203 or higher or satisfactory performance on the mathematics proficiency examination. Honors candidacy and CHEM 1103 (or CHEM 1203, or satisfactory performance on the chemistry proficiency exam).
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2018
  Typically Offered Fall, Spring and Summer
  Pre- or Corequisite(s) MATH 1284C or higher.
  Justification Updating catalog description.
Refining pre and co-requisites.
  Reviewer Comments wstites - Mon, 13 Feb 2017 21:51:28 GMT - Fixed typo
agriffin - Fri, 14 Apr 2017 20:51:18 GMT - Changed effective catalog date from fall 2017 to spring 2018 due to approval timeline. It is too late to complete approval process for fall implementation.
  allcodes CHEM 1123H
CHEM 4211L Proposed Effective Date Spring 2017 Spring 2018
  Academic Level Dual Level Undergraduate
  Pre- or Corequisite(s) CHEM 4213.
  Justification Enforcing graduate requisites. Removing dual status.
  Typically Offered Spring
  Corequisite(s) CHEM 4213.
  Reviewer Comments agriffin - Mon, 17 Apr 2017 16:07:12 GMT - Changed effective catalog date from fall 2017 to spring 2018 due to approval timeline. It is too late to complete approval process for fall implementation.
  allcodes CHEM 4211L
CHEM 700V Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Catalog Description Doctoral Dissertation. Doctoral Dissertation. For chemistry graduate students who have passed all CUMES and have officially been admitted to doctoral candidacy.
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2016 Spring 2018
  Prerequisite(s) Graduate standing. Chemistry graduate student.
  Maximum Credit Hours 18 12
  Justification Repeatable for credit. Clarifying that this is for doctoral candidates. And, also, for chemistry graduate students only. Clearer language to avoid confusion.
  Typically Offered Fall, Spring and Summer
  Reviewer Comments rcc003 - Wed, 01 Mar 2017 21:48:22 GMT - changed to 12 hours max credit per semester per submitter's approval.
agriffin - Fri, 14 Apr 2017 20:44:30 GMT - Changed effective catalog date from fall 2017 to spring 2018 due to approval timeline. It is too late to complete approval process for fall implementation.
  allcodes CHEM 700V
CIED 2173 Reviewer Comments kjvestal - Wed, 07 May 2014 12:45:51 GMT - Rollback: Because we already have a course numbered CIED 3901, a different number will need to be selected so that the first three digits are not duplicated. Thanks!
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2015 Fall 2018
  Justification Per the request of Dr. David Jolliffe, we'd like to cross list this coursei in education since it is required for all future English teachers. This is a required course for the BAT: Teacher Education degree, a new undergraduate degree, and a course required for future English teachers.
  Typically Offered Fall and Spring
  Syllabus ENGL 2173 Syllabus II.docx
  allcodes CIED 2173
CIED 5213 Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Syllabus CIED 5213 Issues & Trends in Literacy Instruction.docx
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2016 Spring 2018
  Justification Changes at ADE for licensure require that the course prefix be changed from SEED to CIED so that students in Speech/Drama can enroll in this class. This course was listed as a fall course, but it's typically offered in the spring. It also requires admission to the MAT SEED program or consent of the instructor.
  Typically Offered Spring
  Prerequisite(s) Admission to M.A.T. (EDUCMA) Secondary program or instructor consent.
  allcodes CIED 5213
CIED 5923 Catalog Title Second Language Acquisition (Sp) Second Language Acquisition
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2018
  Academic Level Graduate
  Typically Offered Fall
  Course Delivery Method On campus
Off campus
  Off Campus Delivery Online/Web-based
  Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Justification This course is being developed with Global Campus for online delivery to meet the needs of a grant serving teachers across the state of Arkansas. The face to face course is necessary for pre-service teachers and international students.
  Syllabus CIED 5923 Second Language Aquisition Syllabus.doc
CIED 5933 Catalog Title Second Language Methodologies (Fa) Second Language Methodologies
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2018
  Academic Level Graduate
  Typically Offered Spring
  Course Delivery Method On campus
Off campus
  Off Campus Delivery Online/Web-based
  Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Justification An online version of the course is being developed in conjunction with Global Campus to meet grant requirements and meet in-service teacher needs across the state. The face to face course is still necessary for pre-service teachers and international students
  Syllabus UA Syllabus Methods.docx
CIED 5943 Catalog Title Teaching People of Other Cultures (Sp) Teaching People of Other Cultures
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2018
  Academic Level Graduate
  Typically Offered Fall
  Course Delivery Method On campus
Off campus
  Off Campus Delivery Online/Web-based
  Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Justification An online version of this course is being developed to meet the requirements of a grant and to serve teachers throughout the state of Arkansas. A face to face version is still necessary to meet the needs of pre-service teachers and international students.
  Syllabus Syllabus CIED 5943 Teaching People of Other Cultures.doc
CIED 5953 Catalog Title Second Language Assessment (Sp) Second Language Assessment
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2018
  Academic Level Graduate
  Typically Offered Spring
  Course Delivery Method On campus
Off campus
  Off Campus Delivery Online/Web-based
  Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Justification This course is being developed with Global to deliver online to meet the requirements of a grant. The on campus version is also necessary to meet preserivice teachers and international students' needs.
  Syllabus CIED 5953 Assessment Syllabus.doc
CIED 6023 Proposed Effective Date Spring 2017 Spring 2018
  Prerequisite(s) EDFD 5373.
  Justification Enforcing graduate requisites. Removing unnecessary prerequisite course.
  Typically Offered Spring Even Years
  allcodes CIED 6023
CIED 6193 Added
CIED 428V Added
CLST 4413 Added
CLST 4423 Added
CNED 5403 Short Course Title CASE MANAGEMENT & COUNSEL DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT
  Catalog Title Case Management and Counseling Diagnosis and Treatment in Counseling
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2017 Fall 2018
  Prerequisite(s) CNED 5303 and CNED 5323 and CNED 5333. CNED 5303, CNED 5323 and CNED 5333.
  Justification Enforcing requisites. Name change to fit with CACREP accreditation standards
  Typically Offered Fall and Spring
  Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  allcodes CNED 5403
CNED 5443 allcodes RHAB 5423 CNED 5443
  Course Code RHAB 5423 CNED 5443
  Subject Code Rehabilitation Education(RHAB) Counselor Education(CNED)
  Catalog Title Vocational Rehabilitation Foundations (Fa) Vocational Rehabilitation Foundations
  Course Number 5423 5443
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2018
  Academic Level Graduate
  Typically Offered Fall
  Course Delivery Method On campus
  Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Justification Changing subject form RHAB to CNED to address upcoming merger of two programs.
CNED 5453 allcodes RHAB 5433 CNED 5453
  Course Code RHAB 5433 CNED 5453
  Subject Code Rehabilitation Education(RHAB) Counselor Education(CNED)
  Catalog Title Medical Aspects of Disability (Sp) Medical Aspects of Disability
  Course Number 5433 5453
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2018
  Academic Level Graduate
  Typically Offered Spring
  Course Delivery Method On campus
  Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Justification Changing subject form RHAB to CNED to address upcoming merger of two programs.
CNED 5463 allcodes RHAB 5443 CNED 5463
  Course Code RHAB 5443 CNED 5463
  Subject Code Rehabilitation Education(RHAB) Counselor Education(CNED)
  Catalog Title Rehabilitation Case Management (Sp) Rehabilitation Case Management
  Course Number 5443 5463
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2018
  Academic Level Graduate
  Typically Offered Spring
  Course Delivery Method On campus
  Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Justification Changing subject form RHAB to CNED to address upcoming merger of two programs.
CNED 5473 allcodes RHAB 5453 CNED 5473
  Course Code RHAB 5453 CNED 5473
  Subject Code Rehabilitation Education(RHAB) Counselor Education(CNED)
  Catalog Title Psychological Aspects of Disability (Sp) Psychological Aspects of Disability
  Course Number 5453 5473
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2018
  Academic Level Graduate
  Typically Offered Spring
  Course Delivery Method On campus
  Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Justification Changing subject form RHAB to CNED to address upcoming merger of two programs.
CNED 5483 allcodes RHAB 5483 CNED 5483
  Course Code RHAB 5483 CNED 5483
  Subject Code Rehabilitation Education(RHAB) Counselor Education(CNED)
  Catalog Title Rehabilitation Counseling Research (Fa) Counseling Research
  Catalog Description An in-depth examination of rehabilitation research methodology and issues to prepare students to critically evaluate and use rehabilitation counseling research in their professional practice. An in-depth examination of counseling research methodology and issues to prepare students to critically evaluate and use counseling research in their professional practice.
  Short Course Title REHAB COUNSELING RESEARCH COUNSELING RESEARCH
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2018
  Academic Level Graduate
  Typically Offered Fall, Spring and Summer
  Course Delivery Method On campus
  Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Justification Changing subject form RHAB to CNED to address upcoming merger of two programs.
CNED 5493 Subject Code Rehabilitation Education(RHAB) Counselor Education(CNED)
  Syllabus pscyrehabgrant14syllabus.doc
  Course Code RHAB 5393 CNED 5493
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2016 Fall 2018
  Course Number 5393 5493
  Justification Numerous Americans have psychiatric disabilities, and the numbers continue to increase. People with psychiatric disabilities represent the largest disability population served in many rehabilitation counseling settings. Unfortunately, many individuals with psychiatric disabilities do not receive the treatment and rehabilitation they need to lead satisfying, productive lives. Some researchers cite the lack of adequate educational preparation of rehabilitation counselors to effectively work with this population as a part of the problem. Therefore, it is imperative that we prepare professionals with the knowledge, skills, and attitudes to provide recovery-oriented, evidence-based psychiatric rehabilitation services to people with psychiatric disabilities. This course is based on the principle that people with psychiatric disabilities should have broad-based life options available to them with opportunities for education, employment, community integration, and independent living in keeping with their needs, preferences, and rights. Changing subject form RHAB to CNED to address upcoming merger of two programs.

  Typically Offered Fall
  Reviewer Comments lkulcza - Wed, 13 Sep 2017 19:52:32 GMT - Deleted justification and syllabus that were associated with the previous proposal.
  allcodes CNED 5493
CNED 5523 allcodes RHAB 4423 CNED 5523
  Course Code RHAB 4423 CNED 5523
  Subject Code Rehabilitation Education(RHAB) Counselor Education(CNED)
  Course Number 4423 5523
  Prerequisite(s) RHAB 3423.
  Academic Level Undergraduate Graduate
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2018
  Typically Offered Irregular
  Course Delivery Method On campus
  Justification We are changing this course from an undergraduate requirement to a Masters level course and also changing the prefix from RHAB to CNED since the two programs will now be merged and this will follow the accreditation requirements.
  Syllabus CNED 5523 syllabus.docx
  Reviewer Comments kmamisei - Tue, 28 Nov 2017 13:48:26 GMT - Attached the copy of the syllabus.
CNED 5583 allcodes RHAB 5473 CNED 5583
  Course Code RHAB 5473 CNED 5583
  Subject Code Rehabilitation Education(RHAB) Counselor Education(CNED)
  Catalog Title Placement of Persons with Disabilities (Su) Placement of Persons with Disabilities
  Course Number 5473 5583
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2018
  Academic Level Graduate
  Typically Offered Summer
  Course Delivery Method On campus
  Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Justification Changing subject form RHAB to CNED to address upcoming merger of two programs.
CNED 6003 Short Course Title COUNSELING AND ADDICTIONS ADDICTIONS THEORIES/FOUNDATION
  Catalog Title Counseling and Addictions Theories and Foundations of Addictions
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2017 Spring 2018
  Prerequisite(s) CNED 5323 and CNED 5333 and CNED doctoral or masters standing or permission. CNED 5323 and CNED 5333, and admission to the CNED masters or doctoral program or departmental consent.
  Justification Enforcing graduate requisites. Name change to fit accreditation and new concentration in addictions.
  Typically Offered Spring and Summer
  Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Reviewer Comments ac087 - Tue, 05 Sep 2017 16:17:01 GMT - change effective date to spring 2018 pending completion of approval process prior to spring term. reword preqrequisite per uaconnect conventions.
  allcodes CNED 6003
CNED 6073 Catalog Title Research in Counseling (Fa) Advanced Research in Counseling
  Short Course Title RESEARCH IN COUNSELING ADV RESEARCH IN COUNSELING
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2018
  Academic Level Graduate
  Typically Offered Spring
  Course Delivery Method On campus
  Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Justification Changing name of research course for MS to research in counseling so will be making PhD level one Advanced Research in counseling.
CNED 6233 Subject Code Rehabilitation Education(RHAB) Counselor Education(CNED)
  Course Code RHAB 6233 CNED 6233
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2017 Fall 2018
  Prerequisite(s) RHAB 5493 or equivalent. CNED 5493 or equivalent.
  Justification Enforcing graduate requisites. Changing subject form RHAB to CNED to address upcoming merger of two programs.
  Typically Offered Irregular
  allcodes CNED 6233
CNED 6243 allcodes RHAB 6203 CNED 6243
  Course Code RHAB 6203 CNED 6243
  Subject Code Rehabilitation Education(RHAB) Counselor Education(CNED)
  Catalog Title Disability Policy in the U.S. (Fa) Disability Policy in the U.S.
  Course Number 6203 6243
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2018
  Academic Level Graduate
  Typically Offered Fall
  Course Delivery Method On campus
  Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Justification Changing subject form RHAB to CNED to address upcoming merger of two programs.
  Reviewer Comments ac087 - Mon, 11 Sep 2017 19:38:37 GMT - Rollback: catalog number is already in system, changing catalog number. This and the course that follows it sequentially.
CNED 6253 allcodes RHAB 6213 CNED 6253
  Course Code RHAB 6213 CNED 6253
  Subject Code Rehabilitation Education(RHAB) Counselor Education(CNED)
  Catalog Title Advanced Psychosocial Aspects of Disability (Odd years, Fa) Advanced Psychosocial Aspects of Disability
  Course Number 6213 6253
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2018
  Academic Level Graduate
  Typically Offered Fall Odd Years
  Course Delivery Method On campus
  Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Justification Changing subject form RHAB to CNED to address upcoming merger of two programs.
  Reviewer Comments kkhiggi - Tue, 29 Aug 2017 18:53:13 GMT - Did not change subject code when entered modification. Should be changed from RHAB as subject to CNED.
ac087 - Mon, 11 Sep 2017 19:40:21 GMT - Rollback: first course in series preceding this is already in CIM. changed that number so this one is also changing.
CNED 6713 Course Code CNED 6711 CNED 6713
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2017 Fall 2018
  Course Number 6711 6713
  Credit Hours 1 3
  Justification Enforcing graduate requisites. This course is a three hour course that meets three hours weekly. One hour of practicum is not sufficient and three hours better reflects the requirements of this course.
  Typically Offered Spring
  allcodes CNED 6713
COMM 2813 Catalog Title Introduction to Electronic Media (Fa) Introduction to Electronic Media
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2018
  Academic Level Undergraduate
  Typically Offered Fall and Spring
  Course Delivery Method On campus
Off campus
  Off Campus Delivery Online/Web-based
  Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Additional Notes We are adding the off campus/online option
  Reviewer Comments lkulcza - Thu, 26 Oct 2017 21:59:29 GMT - Rollback: Rolling back so that email will be generated to ARSC Dean after admin update of workflow; should not have been a major approval process.
COMM 3983 Proposed Effective Date Fall 2018 Summer 2018
  Total credits allowed 999 297
  Create Honors Course? No Yes
  Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Justification Admin update to correct data out of sync and to set typically offered/delivery method. Creating an honors designation so honors students can earn honors credit for a new service-learning based course from the honors college.
COMM 4113 Proposed Effective Date Spring 2017 Fall 2018
  Academic Level Dual Level Undergraduate
  Justification The faculty member that previously taught this class has left the university. The course's schedule will be reconsidered when the department is able to hire a qualified instructor. We are splitting this course and creating a graduate level version.
  Typically Offered Irregular
  Reviewer Comments ac087 - Thu, 14 Sep 2017 20:18:09 GMT - change effective date to fall 2018. Change in level must coincide with the new catalog cycle
  allcodes COMM 4113
COMM 4133 Reviewer Comments ddraper - Wed, 23 Sep 2015 14:06:22 GMT - Attempting to attach grad-level syllabus addendum.
lkulcza - Wed, 23 Sep 2015 15:05:56 GMT - Attaching additional documentation per request from Donna.
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2016 Spring 2018
  Academic Level Dual Level Undergraduate
  Justification A growing number of researchers and policymakers have turned their attention to the impact of media and communication technologies on families. The study of this topic has important implications for both family studies and child development. This course complements existing catalog courses in COMM in both those areas. Department staffing availability has changed.
  Typically Offered Irregular
  allcodes COMM 4133
COMM 4143 Proposed Effective Date Spring 2017 Summer 2018
  Academic Level Dual Level Undergraduate
  Justification Enforcing graduate requisites. We are splitting this course and creating a graduate level version.
  Typically Offered Fall
  Off Campus Delivery Online/Web-based
  allcodes COMM 4143
COMM 4373 Catalog Title Political Communication (Even years, Sp) Political Communication
  Academic Level Dual Level Undergraduate
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2018
  Typically Offered Spring Even Years
  Course Delivery Method On campus
Off campus
  Off Campus Delivery Online/Web-based
  Title/Description Change Type Major Content Change
  Justification We are changing this course from dual enrollment to undergraduate only. We are creating a graduate level Political Communication class.
  Reviewer Comments ac087 - Mon, 18 Sep 2017 20:13:52 GMT - Change effective date to Fall 2018. Change in level must be effective with new catalog cycle.
COMM 4383 Catalog Title Rhetoric of the Modern American Presidency (Irregular) Rhetoric of the Modern American Presidency
  Academic Level Dual Level Undergraduate
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2018
  Typically Offered Irregular
  Course Delivery Method On campus
  Title/Description Change Type Major Content Change
  Justification We are splitting this course and creating a graduate level version.
  Reviewer Comments ac087 - Thu, 21 Sep 2017 21:55:29 GMT - CHANGE EFFECTIVE DATE TO FALL 2018. CHANGE IN LEVEL MUST BE EFFECTIVE WITH NEW CATALOG CYCLE.
COMM 4393 Proposed Effective Date Spring 2017 Fall 2018
  Justification Enforcing graduate requisites. Department staffing availability has changed.
  Typically Offered Irregular
  Reviewer Comments rbrady - Tue, 19 Sep 2017 05:19:45 GMT - Rollback: Changed effective date to fall 2018
  allcodes COMM 4393
COMM 4633 Proposed Effective Date Spring 2017 Fall 2018
  Academic Level Dual Level Undergraduate
  Justification Enforcing graduate requisites. We are splitting this course and creating a graduate level version.
  Typically Offered Irregular
  Reviewer Comments ac087 - Mon, 25 Sep 2017 22:18:05 GMT - CHANGE DATE TO BE EFFECTIVE WITH PUBLICATION OF NEW CATALOG
  allcodes COMM 4633
COMM 4653 Proposed Effective Date Spring 2017 Fall 2018
  Academic Level Dual Level Undergraduate
  Justification Enforcing graduate requisites. We are splitting this course and creating a graduate level version.
  Typically Offered Irregular
  Reviewer Comments ac087 - Mon, 25 Sep 2017 22:19:39 GMT - CHANGE EFFECTIVE DATE TO COINCIDE WITH PUBLISHING OF CATALOG.
  allcodes COMM 4653
COMM 4773 Proposed Effective Date Spring 2017 Fall 2018
  Academic Level Dual Level Undergraduate
  Prerequisite(s) COMM 1003.
  Justification Enforcing graduate requisites. This course no longer requires the material covered in COMM 1003.
  Typically Offered Irregular
  Reviewer Comments myria - Thu, 14 Sep 2017 15:41:21 GMT - We want to remove the dual credit academic level designation and make this undergraduate only. We are uploading a graduate version of the class into the system.
ac087 - Thu, 14 Sep 2017 20:06:45 GMT - Rollback: roll back for correction to level per department.
ac087 - Mon, 25 Sep 2017 22:22:06 GMT - CHANGED EFFECTIVE DATE TO FALL 2018. CHANGE IN LEVEL MUST BE EFFECTIVE WITH NEW CATALOG CYCLE.
agriffin - Wed, 18 Oct 2017 01:39:41 GMT - Rollback: Please work with faculty member to insert student learning outcomes into course syllabus as required by Faculty Senate.
agriffin - Tue, 31 Oct 2017 00:06:41 GMT - Rollback: Please work with faculty to incorporate student learning outcomes into syllabus.
jdurdik - Wed, 01 Nov 2017 14:57:35 GMT - Rollback: update syllabus
  allcodes COMM 4773
COMM 4823 Proposed Effective Date Fall 2018
  Typically Offered Spring Odd Years
  Prerequisite(s) COMM 3673.
  Justification Department staffing availability has changed.
  Reviewer Comments rbrady - Tue, 19 Sep 2017 05:20:06 GMT - Rollback: Changed effective date to fall 2018
  allcodes COMM 4823
COMM 4843 Proposed Effective Date Fall 2015 Spring 2018
  Justification syncing data The COMM Department would like to move this course to spring semesters to increase student enrollment and to help majors complete the Fulbright College senior writing requirement.
  Typically Offered Spring
  Reviewer Comments rbrady - Tue, 19 Sep 2017 05:20:49 GMT - Rollback: Changed effective date to 2017
ac087 - Mon, 25 Sep 2017 22:27:34 GMT - change effective date to spring 2018 pending completion of approval process prior to the start of spring term.
  allcodes COMM 4843
COMM 4873 Added
COMM 5473 Added
COMM 5823 Added
COMM 5833 Added
COMM 5843 Added
COMM 5853 Added
COMM 5863 Added
COMM 5873 Added
COMM 1003H Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2017 Fall 2018
  Justification Catalog title cleanup project. The department determined we can regularly offer this course in fall semesters.
  Typically Offered Fall
  Reviewer Comments ac087 - Wed, 18 Oct 2017 15:30:16 GMT - Rollback: Please provide justification for what you did and why.
  allcodes COMM 1003H
COMM 1023H Proposed Effective Date Spring 2018
  Typically Offered Fall, Spring and Summer
  Off Campus Delivery Online/Web-based
  Prerequisite(s) Honors standing.
  Justification This course is designed for honors students.
  allcodes COMM 1023H
COMM 1233H Course Delivery Method On campus
Off campus
On campus
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2017 Spring 2019
  Justification Added honors prerequisite. The department determined it can regularly offer this course in spring semesters.
  Typically Offered Spring
  Reviewer Comments ac087 - Wed, 18 Oct 2017 15:31:13 GMT - Rollback: Please provide justification for changes made and specify the changes made.
  allcodes COMM 1233H
CRIM 2003 allcodes CMJS 2003 CRIM 2003
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2017 Fall 2018
  Subject Code Criminal Justice(CMJS) Criminology(CRIM)
  Justification Updated typically offered field. Changing subject code from CMJS to CRIM to reflect the department name and major name proposals currently in the approval process.
  Course Code CMJS 2003 CRIM 2003
CRIM 2023 Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Subject Code Criminal Justice(CMJS) Criminology(CRIM)
  Course Code CMJS 2023 CRIM 2023
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2017 Fall 2018
  Justification to update and clarify course content Changing subject code from CMJS to CRIM to reflect the department name and major name proposals currently in the approval process.
  Typically Offered Fall and Spring
  allcodes CRIM 2023
CRIM 2043 allcodes CMJS 2043 CRIM 2043
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2017 Fall 2018
  Subject Code Criminal Justice(CMJS) Criminology(CRIM)
  Justification Updated typically offered field. Changing subject code from CMJS to CRIM to reflect the department name and major name proposals currently in the approval process.
  Course Code CMJS 2043 CRIM 2043
CRIM 2513 Subject Code Criminal Justice(CMJS) Criminology(CRIM)
  Course Code CMJS 2513 CRIM 2513
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2015 Fall 2018
  Justification This modification adds Fall to the regular course offering schedule. Changing subject code from CMJS to CRIM to reflect the department name and major name proposals currently in the approval process.
  Typically Offered Fall and Spring
  allcodes CRIM 2513
CRIM 3023 allcodes CMJS 3023 CRIM 3023
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2017 Fall 2018
  Subject Code Criminal Justice(CMJS) Criminology(CRIM)
  Justification Updated typically offered field. Changing subject code from CMJS to CRIM to reflect the department name and major name proposals currently in the approval process.
  Course Code CMJS 3023 CRIM 3023
CRIM 3053 Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Subject Code Criminal Justice(CMJS) Criminology(CRIM)
  Syllabus CMJS-m 4013 Serial Crime Syllabus.pdf
  Course Code CMJS 3053 CRIM 3053
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2017 Fall 2018
  Justification to update and clarify course content Changing subject code from CMJS to CRIM to reflect the department name and major name proposals currently in the approval process.
  Typically Offered Irregular
  allcodes CRIM 3053
CRIM 3063 Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Subject Code Criminal Justice(CMJS) Criminology(CRIM)
  Syllabus Syllabus Victimology--course submission CMJS-SOCI 3063.docx
  Course Code CMJS 3063 CRIM 3063
  Proposed Effective Date Summer 2017 Fall 2018
  Justification Updating and clarifying course offering Changing subject code from CMJS to CRIM to reflect the department name and major name proposals currently in the approval process.
  Typically Offered Fall and Spring
  allcodes CRIM 3063
CRIM 3413 allcodes CMJS 3413 CRIM 3413
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2018 Fall 2018
  Subject Code Criminal Justice(CMJS) Criminology(CRIM)
  Justification Updated typically offered field. Changing subject code from CMJS to CRIM to reflect the department name and major name proposals currently in the approval process.
  Course Code CMJS 3413 CRIM 3413
CRIM 3503 Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Subject Code Criminal Justice(CMJS) Criminology(CRIM)
  Course Code CMJS 3503 CRIM 3503
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2017 Fall 2018
  Justification To update and clarify course content Changing subject code from CMJS to CRIM to reflect the department name and major name proposals currently in the approval process.
  Typically Offered Irregular
  allcodes CRIM 3503
CRIM 3723 Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Subject Code Criminal Justice(CMJS) Criminology(CRIM)
  Syllabus Syllabus Deviance_Spring 2013_sample syllabus.pdf
  Course Code CMJS 3723 CRIM 3723
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2017 Fall 2018
  Justification To update and clarify course content Changing subject code from CMJS to CRIM to reflect the department name and major name proposals currently in the approval process.
  Typically Offered Irregular
  allcodes CRIM 3723
CRIM 4013 allcodes CMJS 4013 CRIM 4013
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2018 Fall 2018
  Subject Code Criminal Justice(CMJS) Criminology(CRIM)
  Justification Updated typically offered field, off campus > distance education. Changing subject code from CMJS to CRIM to reflect the department name and major name proposals currently in the approval process.
  Course Code CMJS 4013 CRIM 4013
CRIM 4113 Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Subject Code Criminal Justice(CMJS) Criminology(CRIM)
  Course Code CMJS 4113 CRIM 4113
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2017 Fall 2018
  Justification To update and clarify course content Changing subject code from CMJS to CRIM to reflect the department name and major name proposals currently in the approval process.
  Typically Offered Irregular
  allcodes CRIM 4113
CRIM 3023H allcodes CMJS 3023H CRIM 3023H
  Course Code CMJS 3023H CRIM 3023H
  Subject Code Criminal Justice(CMJS) Criminology(CRIM)
  Catalog Title Honors Criminology (Sp, Fa)- Honors Criminology
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2018
  Typically Offered Fall and Spring
  Course Delivery Method On campus
  Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Justification Changing subject code from CMJS to CRIM to reflect the department name and major name proposals currently in the approval process.
CRIM 4013H allcodes CMJS 4013H CRIM 4013H
  Course Code CMJS 4013H CRIM 4013H
  Subject Code Criminal Justice(CMJS) Criminology(CRIM)
  Catalog Title Honors Special Topics in Criminal Justice (Irregular) Honors Special Topics in Criminal Justice
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2018
  Typically Offered Irregular
  Course Delivery Method On campus
Off campus
  Off Campus Delivery Distance Education
  Topics N/A
  Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Justification Changing subject code from CMJS to CRIM to reflect the department name and major name proposals currently in the approval process.
CRIM 403V allcodes CMJS 403V CRIM 403V
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2017 Fall 2018
  Subject Code Criminal Justice(CMJS) Criminology(CRIM)
  Justification Updated typically offered field. Changing subject code from CMJS to CRIM to reflect the department name and major name proposals currently in the approval process.
  Course Code CMJS 403V CRIM 403V
CSCE 4143 Added
CSCE 4523 Proposed Effective Date Spring 2017 Spring 2018
  Prerequisite(s) CSCE 3193 or CSCE 3193H. CSCE 3193 or CSCE 3193H with a C or better.
  Justification Enforcing requisites. Changing the prerequisite to match other core course requirements in the department. Improve students chance of success in the class.
  Typically Offered Spring
  allcodes CSCE 4523
CSCE 5623 Added
CSCE 5753 Added
CSCE 5763 Added
CSCE 5833 Added
CSES 5653 Added
CVEG 5253 Added
CVEG 5293 Short Course Title HAZARDOUS WASTE MGMT WATER REUSE
  Catalog Title Hazardous Waste Managment Water Reuse
  Catalog Description This graduate level course is formulated to provide students with theoretical and practical information on hazardous waste management from "cradle to grave". This includes hazardous waste generation, storage, transportation, treatment, disposal, and minimization strategies. This course emphasizes hazardous waste regulations and the physical, chemical, and biological technologies that can be used to manage these wastes and protect human health and the environment. CVEG 5293 is a graduate-level course that discusses topics related to water reclamation and reuse. Topics include past and current practices of water reuse, health and environmental issues related to water reuse, water technologies and systems for water reuse, and water reuse applications.
  Syllabus Syllabus-Haz Waste.doc CVEG 5293 Water Reuse.docx
  Reviewer Comments kjvestal - Thu, 13 Mar 2014 16:11:58 GMT - In the event this request does not complete the approval process in time to be included in the Fall 2014 catalog, the effective date will become Fall 2015 unless early implementation is requested and approved. ac087 - Fri, 25 Aug 2017 22:51:30 GMT - Spring 2018 effective date pending approval completion before the start of Spring 2018.
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2015 Spring 2018
  Prerequisite(s) Graduate standing or instructor consent. Prerequisites: CVEG 3243 Environmental Engineering or equivalent course.
  Justification This course is designed to be a first course in hazardous waste management and will ultimately partially fulfill breadth requirements necessary for accreditation of an environmental engineering program. There are no other similar courses currently offered in the college This course replaces a Hazardous Waste course that has not been offered in some time and there are no plans to offer in this department in the future. This class was a new development offered as a special problem previously and will be applicable to the M.S.C.E. and M.S.En.E. programs
  Typically Offered Spring Even Years
  Title/Description Change Type Major Content Change
  Corequisite(s) n/a
  Pre- or Corequisite(s) n/a
  allcodes CVEG 5293
ECON 2023 Proposed Effective Date 08/15/2013 Spring 2017
  Prerequisite(s) MATH 1203 or higher, or a score of at least 26 on the math component of the ACT exam, or a score of at least 600 on the math component of the SAT. MATH 1203 or higher, or a score of at least 26 on the math component of the ACT exam, or a score of at least 600 on the math component of the old SAT or 620 on the math component of the new SAT.
  Typically Offered Fall, Spring and Summer
  Off Campus Delivery Online/Web-based
  Justification Incorporate the new SAT scores.
  Additional Notes Attempted to remove off campus and add online delivery, but off campus must be checked to select online delivery.
  Reviewer Comments selsken - Tue, 08 Nov 2016 21:19:24 GMT - Rollback: Please change delivery method from off-campus to online.
  allcodes ECON 2023
EDLE 600V Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Course Delivery Method On campus Off campus
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2016 Fall 2017
  Justification Repeatable for credit. Repeatable for credit. This was originally an on-campus course; however, all of the EDLE programs are now online programs.
  Typically Offered Fall, Spring and Summer
  Off Campus Delivery Online/Web-based
  Additional Notes Admin correction of delivery method.
  allcodes EDLE 600V
EDST 3203 Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2017 Spring 2018
  Pre- or Corequisite(s) EDST 3113 or instructor consent for non-EDSTBS student.
  Justification Note added to the course description to notify students that they should not be concurrently enrolled in EDST 3203 and CIED 4403. Current instructors note curriculum similarity between the two courses. Work between the instructors is ongoing to differential curriculum or consolidate the courses and remove one from the EDSTBS program of study. This issue will effect EDSTBS students catalog year 2016-17 and 2017-18. Remove prerequisite listings.
  Additional Notes corrected typo
  Typically Offered Fall
  allcodes EDST 3203
EDST 3223 Syllabus EDST 3223 - American Educational History - Syllabus.docx EDST 3223 - American Educational History - Syllabus (1).docx
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2017 Fall 2018
  Prerequisite(s) EDST 3113 or instructor consent for non-EDSTBS majors. HISTBA or AMSTBA may waive EDST 3113.
  Justification Modify pre-req. This is a required course for the BAT: Teacher Education degree, a new undergraduate degree.

EDST program coordinator removed Instructor consent requirement.
  Typically Offered Fall and Spring
  allcodes EDST 3223
EDST 4003 Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2017 Spring 2018
  Prerequisite(s) EDST 3113 and EDST 4113. (EDST 3113 and EDST 4113) OR (PHIL 2003, PHIL 2103, PHIL 2203 and HIST 2003, HIST 2013).
  Justification Reorder of name to reflect the course priority in information.

This is the most advanced EDST course and requires the completion of EDST 3113 and 4113 at a minimum for enrollment.
For non-EDST students wishing to take the course as an elective a minimum knowledge of American History and Philosophy is needed through HIST 2003 or 2013 and PHIL 2003 or 2103, or 2203.
  Typically Offered Spring
  allcodes EDST 4003
EDST 4213 Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Syllabus EDST 4123 - Religion, Education, and Religious Education.docx
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2017 Spring 2018
  Prerequisite(s) EDST 3113, EDST 3223, and EDST 4113 or instructor consent. (EDST 3113 and EDST 3223) or Religious Studies minor, or instructor consent.
  Justification Removed two perquisites which were limiting enrollment. Clarified perquisites.
  Typically Offered Fall
  Reviewer Comments kjvestal - Wed, 04 Oct 2017 21:41:15 GMT - Removed American Studies minor from the prerequisite because it is not offered.
  allcodes EDST 4213
EDST 4003H Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Syllabus EDST 4003 (4003H) - Syllabus.docx
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2017 Spring 2018
  Prerequisite(s) EDST 3113 and EDST 4113 and honors standing or instructor consent. (EDST 3113 and EDST 4113) OR (HIST 2003, HIST 2013 and PHIL 2003, PHIL 2013, PHIL 2203).
  Justification Reflects name change applied to EDST 4003.

This course requires a minimum completion of EDST 3113 and EDST 4113 as it is the most advanced EDST course. For non-EDST honors students, the course may be open with instructor consent.
For non-EDST honors students, this course may be enrolled in if they are honors and have completed HIST 2003 or 2013 (honors or not) and PHIL 2003, or 2013, or 2203 (honors or not).
  Typically Offered Spring
  allcodes EDST 4003H
ELEG 2104 Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Course Delivery Method On campus On campus
Off campus
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2015 Summer 2018
  Justification Including MATH 2564C in the pre- or corequisite because it is the course scheduled as the pre- or corequisite. Provides a more accurate requisite description statement. No changes are being made to the course content or syllabus. We would like to make an on-line option available to incoming students to alleviate the burden on students transferring to the University of Arkansas Fayetteville from another University.
  Typically Offered Fall and Summer
  Off Campus Delivery Online/Web-based
  allcodes ELEG 2104
ELEG 2114 Catalog Title Electric Circuits II (Sp) Electric Circuits II
  Proposed Effective Date Summer 2018
  Typically Offered Spring and Summer
  Course Delivery Method On campus
Off campus
  Off Campus Delivery Online/Web-based
  Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Justification No changes are being made to the course content or syllabus. We would like to make an on-line option available to incoming students to alleviate the burden on students transferring to the University of Arkansas Fayetteville from another University.
ELEG 3933 Catalog Description Basic principles of electric and electronic circuits and devices. For engineering students other than those in electrical engineering. Basic principles of electric and electronic circuits and devices. For engineering students who are not pursuing a degree in electrical engineering.
  Proposed Effective Date Summer 2017 Spring 2018
  Justification This course will be offered online as well as on the UAF and UAFS campuses in a face-to-face method. No other changes are being made. This course will be offered online as well as on the UAF and UAFS campuses in a face-to-face method. No other changes are being made. The catalog description is being modified to make it clear that the course is for engineering students other than those in electrical engineering.
  Typically Offered Spring
  Off Campus Delivery Distance Education
  allcodes ELEG 3933
ELEG 4553 Course Code ELEG 4323 ELEG 4553
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2017 Fall 2018
  Course Number 4323 4553
  Academic Level Dual Level Undergraduate
  Justification Enforcing graduate requisites. Enforcing graduate requisites.
Modifying course number to reflect new graduate level class being submitted.
  Typically Offered Irregular
  Off Campus Delivery Distance Education
Online/Web-based
  Syllabus ELEG 4553-5553 Course Outlines Fall 2017.doc
  Additional Notes Updated syllabus is attached.
  Reviewer Comments ac087 - Thu, 31 Aug 2017 21:52:56 GMT - change to fall 2018 because courses that are changing in level must coincide with a new catalog cycle.
rossetti - Tue, 12 Sep 2017 18:23:03 GMT - Rollback: Please see rollback of related ELEG 5553
rossetti - Tue, 26 Sep 2017 20:19:34 GMT - Rollback: Asked to roll back by EE chair
jbalda - Fri, 29 Sep 2017 16:23:18 GMT - Rollback: COE Academic Committee rollback
ndennis - Wed, 25 Oct 2017 17:09:11 GMT - Rollback: Catalog description seems to be the same as that for the 5000 level course. There should be some difference between the two. Please provide a syllabus for this version of the course.
rossetti - Wed, 25 Oct 2017 18:01:06 GMT - Rollback: Please provide separate syllabus for ELEG 4553 and ensure that catalog description is different. Please include statement in course description: Students cannot receive credit for both ELEG 5553 and ELEG 4553
jbalda - Wed, 25 Oct 2017 18:03:16 GMT - Rollback: We need more clarification as indicated by Dr. Dennis.
cjhowar - Wed, 25 Oct 2017 18:10:36 GMT - Updated syllabus is attached, which includes three outcomes for the course. This is the undergraduate section of the course. Graduate students will satisfy all the undergrad requirements as well as having the ability to design a switching converter according to specifications given.
  allcodes ELEG 4553
ELEG 5383 Added
ELEG 5553 Added
ELEG 5903 Added
ELEG 387V Reviewer Comments ac087 - Wed, 28 Jun 2017 21:28:40 GMT - Change effective date to summer 2017, cannot make changes to past course. ac087 - Fri, 25 Aug 2017 22:57:10 GMT - Cannot backdate effectiveness. changed to effective date of Spring 2018. Topics course title does not appear to be a title that we would like reflected on student transcripts.
  Proposed Effective Date Summer 2017 Fall 2017
  Are multiple enrollments allowed in a term? No Yes
  Justification This course will be offered for online and off-campus delivery as well as on-campus. This course will be offered for online and off-campus delivery as well as on-campus. Students taking MSEE online will be able to complete required deficiency courses in a timely manner.
  Can this course be repeated for degree credit? No Yes
  Typically Offered Irregular
  Off Campus Delivery Online/Web-based
  Total credits allowed 9
  Total completions 3
  Topics Special Topics in ELEG - deficiency courses
  Additional Notes Admin approval of making this effective for fall, since several students were given approval to repeat multiple topics that term.
  allcodes ELEG 387V
ELEG 600V Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Course Delivery Method On campus On campus
Off campus
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2016 Fall 2017
  Total completions 99 2
  Total credits allowed 99 6
  Are multiple enrollments allowed in a term? No Yes
  Justification Repeatable for credit. Repeatable for credit. Adding online component for students participating in MSEE online program.
  Typically Offered Fall, Spring and Summer
  Off Campus Delivery Online/Web-based
  Topics Master's Thesis
  allcodes ELEG 600V
ENGL 1014 Added
ENGL 1213 Reviewer Comments kjvestal - Wed, 22 Jan 2014 19:28:41 GMT - This change will not be approved until Fall 2014.
kjvestal - Wed, 22 Jan 2014 19:36:07 GMT - The academic level of this course is not changing. It will continue to be undergraduate only.
lkulcza - Thu, 30 Jan 2014 17:49:34 GMT - Rollback: administratively rolling this back to ENGL chair in order to allow new approver notification at ARSC College Curriculum Committee step
dstephen - Thu, 28 Sep 2017 16:57:40 GMT - I added one sentence and one phrase to the very beginning of the Justification.
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2014 Spring 2018
  Justification Fewer non-English majors are selecting WLIT 1113 or WLIT 1123 than did so before these courses were made optional in the core, yet more non-English majors are now asking to take ENGL 1213. We believe that if this course is made one of the options for the Humanities core, many students will be interested. Because ENGL 1213 is taught with diversity in mind (e.g. by assigning works from African-American, Native American, and Latino/a authors), giving the students the choice to take it instead of WLIT will not reduce their exposure to diversity. Instead, it will enable students to decide whether to focus their core-level literary interests on works translated from other languages or on works written originally in English. This will also allow the English Department to have a core course that functions as other core courses do for other departments: as an introduction that may help an undecided undergraduate decide to major in English. Neither the required composition courses nor the two WLIT courses currently in the core perform this function very well, since the former are not primarily about literature and the latter are not primarily about literature written originally in English. This application adds an honors section to a course that was approved for inclusion in the core in a previous year. The justification for that initial inclusion is as follows: fewer non-English majors are selecting WLIT 1113 or WLIT 1123 than did so before these courses were made optional in the core, yet more non-English majors are now asking to take ENGL 1213. We believe that if this course is made one of the options for the Humanities core, many students will be interested. Because ENGL 1213 is taught with diversity in mind (e.g. by assigning works from African-American, Native American, and Latino/a authors), giving the students the choice to take it instead of WLIT will not reduce their exposure to diversity. Instead, it will enable students to decide whether to focus their core-level literary interests on works translated from other languages or on works written originally in English. This will also allow the English Department to have a core course that functions as other core courses do for other departments: as an introduction that may help an undecided undergraduate decide to major in English. Neither the required composition courses nor the two WLIT courses currently in the core perform this function very well, since the former are not primarily about literature and the latter are not primarily about literature written originally in English.
  Typically Offered Fall and Spring
  Create Honors Course? No Yes
  allcodes ENGL 1213
ENGL 2203 Added
ENGL 3573 Added
ENGL 4533 Inactivated/Deleted
ENGL 4673 Added
ENGL 5193 Reviewer Comments kjvestal - Thu, 04 Jun 2015 13:18:24 GMT - Rollback: Please remove ENGL from the course number box. Thank you!
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2016 Spring 2018
  Are multiple enrollments allowed in a term? No Yes
  Justification The English Department is proposing to offer ENGL 5193 in order to foster the professionalization of graduate students and to prepare them more fully for nonacademic careers. Allowing students who happen to work at two different internships in the same term to receive degree credit for both (6 hours total).
  Can this course be repeated for degree credit? No Yes
  Typically Offered Irregular
  Total credits allowed 6
  Total completions 2
  Topics no topics
  allcodes ENGL 5193
ENSC 5023 Added
ENSC 5034 Added
ENSC 5401 Added
ENSC 5021L Added
ENTO 5024 Added
ENTO 5043 Added
ENTO 5153 Added
ENTO 5163 Added
EUST 2013 Inactivated/Deleted
EUST 4003 Inactivated/Deleted
EUST 399VH Inactivated/Deleted
EUST 4003H Inactivated/Deleted
EUST 470V Inactivated/Deleted
EUST 470VH Inactivated/Deleted
EXSC 3013 Added
EXSC 3153 Proposed Effective Date Fall 2014 Fall 2018
  Prerequisite(s) BIOL 2213 and BIOL 2211L. (BIOL 2213 and BIOL 2211L) and (BIOL 2443 and BIOL 2441L).
  Justification Chem II is not a necessary prerequistie for EXSC 3153 or 3153H Both classes, BIOL 2443 & BIOL 2213, contain critical information for understanding and successful completion of EXSC 3153.
  Additional Notes testing
  Typically Offered Fall and Spring
  allcodes EXSC 3153
EXSC 3353 Catalog Title Mechanics of Human Movement (Sp, Su, Fa) Mechanics of Human Movement
  Prerequisite(s) BIOL 2443 and BIOL 2441L, KINSBS major or by instructor consent. (BIOL 2213 and BIOL 2211L), (BIOL 2443 and BIOL 2441L), and KINSBS major or by instructor consent.
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2018
  Academic Level Undergraduate
  Typically Offered Fall and Spring
  Course Delivery Method On campus
  Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Justification Both classes, BIOL 2443 & BIOL 2213, contain critical information for understanding and successful completion of EXSC 3353.
EXSC 3393 allcodes EXSC 2393 EXSC 3393
  Course Code EXSC 2393 EXSC 3393
  Catalog Title Prevention and Care of Athletic Injuries (Irregular) Prevention and Care of Athletic Injuries
  Course Number 2393 3393
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2018
  Academic Level Undergraduate
  Typically Offered Irregular
  Course Delivery Method On campus
Off campus
  Off Campus Delivery Online/Web-based
  Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Justification Course is appropriate for 3000-level elective for EXSC students. Represents a course numbering change only.
  Reviewer Comments kmamisei - Thu, 05 Oct 2017 15:31:13 GMT - I checked both on and off campus, since this is also a self-paced course.
EXSC 4013 Added
EXSC 3153H Proposed Effective Date Spring 2015 Fall 2018
  Prerequisite(s) BIOL 2213 and BIOL 2211L. (BIOL 2213 and BIOL 2211L) and (BIOL 2443 and BIOL 2441L) and honors standing.
  Justification syncing data Both classes, BIOL 2443 & BIOL 2213, contain critical information for understanding and successful completion of EXSC 3153.
  Typically Offered Fall and Spring
  allcodes EXSC 3153H
EXSC 3353H Catalog Title Honors Mechanics of Human Movement (Sp, Su, Fa) Honors Mechanics of Human Movement
  Prerequisite(s) BIOL 2443 and BIOL 2441L, KINSBS major or by instructor consent. (BIOL 2213 and BIOL 2211L), (BIOL 2443 and BIOL 2441L), and KINSBS major or by instructor consent. Honors standing.
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2018
  Academic Level Undergraduate
  Typically Offered Fall and Spring
  Course Delivery Method On campus
  Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Justification Both classes, BIOL 2443 & BIOL 2213, contain critical information for understanding and successful completion of EXSC 3353.
EXSC 4773H Catalog Title Honors Performance and Drugs (Sp, Fa) Honors Performance and Drugs
  Prerequisite(s) EXSC 3153. EXSC 3153 and honors standing.
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2018
  Academic Level Undergraduate
  Typically Offered Fall and Spring
  Course Delivery Method On campus
  Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Justification to allow only honors student enrollment
FINN 3043 Course Delivery Method On campus
Off campus
ONLN
On campus
Off campus
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2016 Spring 2018
  Prerequisite(s) ACCT 2013, ACCT 2023 or WCOB 2053, ECON 2013, ECON 2023, and WCOB 1033 with a grade of C or better. ACCT 2013, ECON 2013, ECON 2023, WCOB 1033, and (ACCT 2023 or MGMT 2053), each with a grade of C or better.
  Create Honors Course? No Yes
  Justification Modification of co-requisite - drop MGMT 2103. To create an honors version of the course.
  Typically Offered Spring
  Off Campus Delivery Online/Web-based
  Syllabus FINN 3043 Principles Honors Syllabus Draft CashA.docx
  Additional Notes registrar's office submitting for college to test workflow.
  Reviewer Comments lkulcza - Thu, 21 Jul 2016 20:02:43 GMT - Rollback: Please provide further clarification on the sequence of courses needed to meet this requisite--is it (ACCT 2013 and ACCT 2023)or(WCOB 2053, ECON 2013, ECON 2023 and WCOB 1033), each with a grade of C or better?
kboston - Mon, 23 Oct 2017 16:56:13 GMT - Lisa - it is ACCT 2013, ACCT 2023 or WCOB/MGMT 2053, ECON 2013, ECON 2023, and WCOB 1033 each with a grade of C or better. With the emphasis on ACCT 2023 or WCOB/MGMT 2053. WCOB 2053 is now MGMT 2053 but it doesn't look like the system recognizes it?
ac087 - Wed, 25 Oct 2017 15:55:37 GMT - Rollback: having proposer resubmit the proposal to verify workflow.
  allcodes FINN 3043
FINN 4313 Catalog Title Advanced Commercial Banking (Sp) Advanced Commercial Banking
  Catalog Description Problems and cases emphasizing application of analytical tools and techniques in decision making process. Determination of operating policies regarding loans, investments, liquidity, capital; efficient performance of lending, investment function; profit planning, analysis; strategies of growth, competition; and evaluation of bank performance. Problems and cases emphasizing application of analytical tools and techniques in commercial bank risk measurement and management. Evaluation of small business credit risk; analysis of liquidity, capital, and interest rate risk; stress testing; hedging risk with derivatives.
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2018
  Typically Offered Spring
  Course Delivery Method On campus
  Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Justification Update course description.
FJAD 4023 Added
FJAD 6723 Added
FJAD 6803 Added
FJAD 6813 Added
FJAD 6823 Added
FJAD 6906 Added
FJAD 6916 Added
FJAD 6926 Added
FREN 3123 Added
GEOS 1123 Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Course Delivery Method On campus On campus
Off campus
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2015 Spring 2018
  Justification Corrected ACTS equivalency statement to sync data. The online version of Human Geography is designed to facilitate off-campus student access to this core class. The distance education version of this class, which previously served the off-campus student community, has been withdrawn.
  Typically Offered Fall and Spring
  Off Campus Delivery Online/Web-based
  Syllabus Human online 1123.docx
  allcodes GEOS 1123
GEOS 2813 Added
GEOS 4113 Added
GEOS 4493 Added
GEOS 4993 Added
GEOS 5043 Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2017 Spring 2018
  Prerequisite(s) GEOS 5543.
  Justification The new name better reflects the purpose of the course (foundations) to prepare students for geospatial data analysis. GEOS 5543 should be listed more flexibly as a prerequisite or corequisite. This allows students in their first semester of the GISTGC certificate program to take more than one class.
  Additional Notes We have requested Spring 2017 change but if that is not possible then we request a change as early as possible. The attached syllabus is generic for both undergraduate and graduate students (for which there are additional requirements in the course).
  Typically Offered Fall and Spring
  Pre- or Corequisite(s) GEOS 5543.
  Reviewer Comments ac087 - Mon, 11 Sep 2017 21:01:44 GMT - change effective date to spring 2018 for future term without enrollment yet.
  allcodes GEOS 5043
GEOS 5073 Proposed Effective Date Spring 2017 Spring 2018
  Prerequisite(s) GEOS 5543.
  Justification Enforcing requisites. GEOS 5543 should be listed more flexibly as a prerequisite or corequisite. This allows students in their first semester of the GISTGC certificate program to take more than one class.
  Typically Offered Fall and Spring
  Pre- or Corequisite(s) GEOS 5543.
  Additional Notes Hopefully this will prevent unnecessary holds from being placed on students trying to enroll in GEOS 5073 during their first semester.
  Reviewer Comments ac087 - Mon, 11 Sep 2017 21:17:28 GMT - change to spring 2018, a term without enrollment yet.
  allcodes GEOS 5073
GEOS 5393 Added
GEOS 5463 Added
GEOS 5612 Added
GEOS 5993 Added
GNEG 3811 Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Proposed Effective Date Summer 2017 Spring 2018
  Prerequisite(s) Instructor permission. Instructor consent.
  Justification Added discipline specific language to the description. Added language note that course credit may not necessarily equate to degree credit. The applicability of credit for this course to a degree program is at the discretion of the department owning the degree program. Repeat for degree credit was inadvertently eliminated in the last course change.
  Can this course be repeated for degree credit? No Yes
  Typically Offered Fall, Spring and Summer
  Off Campus Delivery Distance Education
  Total credits allowed 3
  Total completions 3
  Reviewer Comments lkulcza - Mon, 22 May 2017 19:25:57 GMT - Rollback: Rolling back to see if workflow is corrected--course is offered off campus, but not online; hence Global Campus not needed in workflow.
  allcodes GNEG 3811
GNEG 590V Proposed Effective Date Fall 2015 Spring 2018
  Justification Topic added per Jane Cromhout. Online delivery method added to reflect true course delivery method. GNEG 590V has been offered online since 2009. For organized course topics, course development forms have, or will be, submitted.
  Typically Offered Irregular
  Off Campus Delivery Distance Education
Online/Web-based
  Topics Created as needed.
  allcodes GNEG 590V
GRSD 5041 Added
HDFS 1403 Reviewer Comments kjvestal - Fri, 28 Aug 2015 13:20:39 GMT - Per Nancy Simkins, the effective date is edited to be Spring 2016.
lindsayt - Thu, 03 Sep 2015 18:44:52 GMT - Rollback: This course is offered online. Please add the "online/web-based" delivery method in the Course Delivery Method section.
ljrobert - Mon, 13 Jun 2016 15:27:19 GMT - Rollback: Rollback to reflect Global Campus component.
watkinsv - Fri, 02 Sep 2016 15:31:05 GMT - Rollback: Rolling back per request of Nancy Simkins
agriffin - Tue, 09 May 2017 21:18:30 GMT - Changed effective catalog to Spring 2018. Request did not complete the approval process in time to be effective for fall 2017.
  Subject Code Human Environmental Sciences(HESC) Human Development and Family Sciences(HDFS)
  Syllabus Honors_Syllabus_HESC_1403_Master.pdf
  Course Code HESC 1403 HDFS 1403
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2016 Spring 2018
  Create Honors Course? Yes No
  Justification Due to school- and university-wide need for honors-level courses and per the request of the AFLS dean, the request is being made for an honors section. Human Development and Family Sciences faculty voted to change the prefix for HESC courses to HDFS in order to more clearly identify Human Development and Family Sciences courses. This also brings HDFS in line with both the Apparel Merchandising and Product Development and Human Nutrition and Hospitality Innovation areas, who have also recently adopted unique prefixes. Finally, it helps minimize confusion in degree program undergraduate and graduate catalogs.
  Additional Notes To be effective FALL 2016 To be effective FALL 2017.
  Typically Offered Fall and Spring
  allcodes HDFS 1403
HDFS 2413 Reviewer Comments kjvestal - Fri, 28 Aug 2015 13:17:15 GMT - Per Nancy Simkins, the effective date has been edited to Spring 2016.
ljrobert - Mon, 31 Aug 2015 20:14:34 GMT - Rollback: Please attach honor's section information
lkulcza - Wed, 02 Sep 2015 15:21:49 GMT - Rollback: Per request from Nancy
watkinsv - Fri, 02 Sep 2016 15:31:53 GMT - Rollback: Rolling back per request of Nancy Simkins
agriffin - Tue, 09 May 2017 21:16:42 GMT - Changed effective catalog to Spring 2018. Request did not complete the approval process in time to be effective for fall 2017.
  Subject Code Human Environmental Sciences(HESC) Human Development and Family Sciences(HDFS)
  Syllabus HESC 2413_SYLLABUS_FALL2015.docx
HESC 2413 -- Honors Section Project.docx
  Course Code HESC 2413 HDFS 2413
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2016 Spring 2018
  Justification Due to school- and university-wide need for honors-level courses and per the request of the AFLS dean, the request is being made for an honors section. Human Development and Family Sciences faculty voted to change the prefix for HESC courses to HDFS in order to more clearly identify Human Development and Family Sciences courses. This also brings HDFS in line with both the Apparel Merchandising and Product Development and Human Nutrition and Hospitality Innovation areas, who have also recently adopted unique prefixes. Finally, it helps minimize confusion in degree program undergraduate and graduate catalogs.
  Additional Notes To be effective SPRING 2016 To be effective FALL 2017
  Typically Offered Fall and Spring
  allcodes HDFS 2413
HDFS 2603 Title/Description Change Type Major Content Change
  Subject Code Human Environmental Sciences(HESC) Human Development and Family Sciences(HDFS)
  Syllabus HESC 2603 Syllabus Spring 2016 with Honors Section.pdf
  Reviewer Comments watkinsv - Fri, 02 Sep 2016 15:32:39 GMT - Rollback: Rolling back per request of Nancy Simkins agriffin - Tue, 09 May 2017 21:21:39 GMT - Changed effective catalog to Spring 2018. Request did not complete the approval process in time to be effective for fall 2017.
  Course Code HESC 2603 HDFS 2603
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2017 Spring 2018
  Justification The name change more accurately reflects the primary focus of the class material. The class is sociological in orientation and considers the sociology of and social problems particular to rural families and communities. The words "families and communities" were added to the description to align with the name change. Human Development and Family Sciences faculty voted to change the prefix for HESC courses to HDFS in order to more clearly identify Human Development and Family Sciences courses. This also brings HDFS in line with both the Apparel Merchandising and Product Development and Human Nutrition and Hospitality Innovation areas, who have also recently adopted unique prefixes. Finally, it helps minimize confusion in degree program undergraduate and graduate catalogs.
  Typically Offered Fall and Spring
  allcodes HDFS 2603
HDFS 4423 Course Code HESC 4423 HDFS 4423
  Subject Code Human Environmental Sciences(HESC) Human Development and Family Sciences(HDFS)
  Course Delivery Method On campus
Off campus
On campus
ONLN
  Academic Level Dual Level Undergraduate
  Prerequisite(s) HESC 1403 or PSYC 2003 and junior standing. HDFS 1403 or PSYC 2003 and junior standing.
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2018
  Typically Offered Fall
  Justification Human Development and Family Sciences faculty voted to change the prefix for HESC courses to HDFS in order to more clearly identify Human Development and Family Sciences courses. This also brings HDFS in line with both the Apparel Merchandising and Product Development and Human Nutrition and Hospitality Innovation areas, who have also recently adopted unique prefixes. Finally, it helps minimize confusion in degree program undergraduate and graduate catalogs.
  Additional Notes To be effective FALL 2017
  Reviewer Comments rebels - Thu, 09 Jun 2016 22:27:53 GMT - Rollback: This course is available online. Please add this delivery method.
kjvestal - Fri, 10 Jun 2016 18:59:49 GMT - Rollback: Rolling back per submitter's request.
kasmith - Mon, 13 Jun 2016 14:27:51 GMT - Rollback: per Nancy Simpkins for modifications
rainey - Fri, 02 Sep 2016 15:40:59 GMT - Rollback: per request of Mrs. Simkins as relayed by Vicky Watkins
  allcodes HDFS 4423
HDFS 4451 Added
HDFS 4483 Proposed Effective Date Fall 2017 Fall 2018
  Prerequisite(s) GPA Greater or Equal to 2.75. Junior standing and HDFS 4451.
  Justification Addition of "online" option only. The HDFS faculty have determined that requiring the Pre-Internship in HDFS (HDFS 4451) will result in a more successful internship experience for students. Junior standing is being required so that students are exposed to a substantive amount of the classroom content in our program prior to being in the field where they put the classroom content into practice
  Additional Notes To be effective FALL 2017. To be effective FALL 2018.
  Typically Offered Fall and Spring
  Off Campus Delivery Online/Web-based
  Reviewer Comments lkulcza - Thu, 14 Sep 2017 21:12:32 GMT - Admin update to requisite for course number change HOSP 4481 to 4451
  allcodes HDFS 4483
HDFS 1403H Course Code HESC 1403H HDFS 1403H
  Subject Code Human Environmental Sciences(HESC) Human Development and Family Sciences(HDFS)
  Course Delivery Method On campus
Off campus
On campus
ONLN
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2018
  Typically Offered Fall and Spring
  Prerequisite(s) Honors standing.
  Justification Human Development and Family Sciences faculty voted to change the prefix for HESC courses to HDFS in order to more clearly identify Human Development and Family Sciences courses. This also brings HDFS in line with both the Apparel Merchandising and Product Development and Human Nutrition and Hospitality Innovation areas, who have also recently adopted unique prefixes. Finally, it helps minimize confusion in degree program undergraduate and graduate catalogs.
  Additional Notes To be effective FALL 2017
  Reviewer Comments kjvestal - Tue, 22 Mar 2016 14:59:49 GMT - Rollback: Rolling back per submitter.
lkulcza - Tue, 22 Mar 2016 17:05:37 GMT - Rollback: Per submitter request
ljrobert - Mon, 13 Jun 2016 15:27:34 GMT - Rollback: Rollback to reflect Global Campus component.
rebels - Mon, 13 Jun 2016 17:11:03 GMT - Rollback: Please add online delivery.
watkinsv - Fri, 02 Sep 2016 15:31:13 GMT - Rollback: Rolling back per request of Nancy Simkins
agriffin - Tue, 09 May 2017 21:19:21 GMT - Changed effective catalog to Spring 2018. Request did not complete the approval process in time to be effective for fall 2017.
  allcodes HDFS 1403H
HDFS 2413H Course Code HESC 2413H HDFS 2413H
  Subject Code Human Environmental Sciences(HESC) Human Development and Family Sciences(HDFS)
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2018
  Typically Offered Fall and Spring
  Prerequisite(s) Honors standing.
  Justification Human Development and Family Sciences faculty voted to change the prefix for HESC courses to HDFS in order to more clearly identify Human Development and Family Sciences courses. This also brings HDFS in line with both the Apparel Merchandising and Product Development and Human Nutrition and Hospitality Innovation areas, who have also recently adopted unique prefixes. Finally, it helps minimize confusion in degree program undergraduate and graduate catalogs.
  Additional Notes To be effective FALL 2017
  Reviewer Comments kjvestal - Tue, 22 Mar 2016 15:00:21 GMT - Rollback: Rolling back per submitter.
lkulcza - Tue, 22 Mar 2016 17:06:06 GMT - Rollback: Per submitter request
watkinsv - Fri, 02 Sep 2016 15:32:00 GMT - Rollback: Rolling back per request of Nancy Simkins
agriffin - Tue, 09 May 2017 21:15:13 GMT - Changed effective catalog to Spring 2018. Request did not complete the approval process in time to be effective for fall 2017.
  allcodes HDFS 2413H
HDFS 2603H Title/Description Change Type Major Content Change
  Subject Code Human Environmental Sciences(HESC) Human Development and Family Sciences(HDFS)
  Syllabus HESC 2603 Syllabus Spring 2016 with Honors Section.pdf
  Reviewer Comments watkinsv - Fri, 02 Sep 2016 15:32:45 GMT - Rollback: Rolling back per request of Nancy Simkins agriffin - Tue, 09 May 2017 21:22:14 GMT - Changed effective catalog to Spring 2018. Request did not complete the approval process in time to be effective for fall 2017.
  Course Code HESC 2603H HDFS 2603H
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2017 Spring 2018
  Justification The name change more accurately reflects the primary focus of the class material. The class is sociological in orientation and considers the sociology of and social problems particular to rural families and communities. The words "families and communities" were added to the description to align with the name change. Human Development and Family Sciences faculty voted to change the prefix for HESC courses to HDFS in order to more clearly identify Human Development and Family Sciences courses. This also brings HDFS in line with both the Apparel Merchandising and Product Development and Human Nutrition and Hospitality Innovation areas, who have also recently adopted unique prefixes. Finally, it helps minimize confusion in degree program undergraduate and graduate catalogs.
  Typically Offered Spring
  allcodes HDFS 2603H
HIED 5303 Added
HIED 6303 Added
HIED 6353 Added
HIST 3893 Added
HIST 4153 Inactivated/Deleted
HIST 4263 Short Course Title AFRICA TODAY MODERN AFRICA
  Catalog Title Independence and Africa Today Modern Africa
  Course Delivery Method On campus
Off campus
On campus
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2017 Spring 2018
  Justification Changing academic level to undergraduate only as part of the dual level clean up project. The new graduate course is HIST 5743. Just a change of title, matching the current content of the course, by request of the instructor. The title should be changed also for AAST 4263
  Typically Offered Irregular
  Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  allcodes HIST 4263
HIST 4293 Added
HIST 4313 Inactivated/Deleted
HIST 4353 Inactivated/Deleted
HIST 4373 Inactivated/Deleted
HIST 4533 Inactivated/Deleted
HIST 4693 Added
HIST 4993 Added
HIST 5533 Inactivated/Deleted
HIST 5713 Inactivated/Deleted
HIST 5993 Inactivated/Deleted
HIST 6293 Added
HIST 6553 Inactivated/Deleted
HIST 6673 Inactivated/Deleted
HIST 6983 Added
HIST 6993 Added
HNRC 3801H Added
HNRC 403VH Added
HOSP 2433 Inactivated/Deleted
HOSP 2611 Added
HOSP 2633 Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change Major Content Change
  Short Course Title HOTEL & RESORT OPER MGMT LODGING PROPERTY MANAGEMENT
  Catalog Title Hotel and Resort Operations Management Lodging Property Mgmt.
  Catalog Description Detailed study of different departments within hotel properties. Emphasis on front office, food and beverage, housekeeping, engineering, security, sales and night audit reporting. Offers a complete approach to the operation of resort properties. Introduces students to the complex world of private club management, including club entertainment, recreation, and golf course management. The organization, duties, and administration of hotel support departments. The various jobs in lodging, front office, housekeeping, engineering, security, and convention and meeting services, facilities management, purchasing, and furnishing, fixtures and equipment concepts .
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2015 Fall 2018
  Pre- or Corequisite(s) HOSP 1603. HOSP 1603. This course is required as a prerequisite for HOSP 2633 because HOSP 1603 introduces concepts, language and terms that students must understand before proceeding to HOSP 2633.
  Justification By changing HOSP 1603 from a prerequisite to a co-requisite more incoming freshman and transfer students can take HOSP 2633 as a beginner course and move through the program in a timely fashion. New concepts of hotel management are being included into this course.
  Additional Notes To be effective FALL 2015 To be effective FALL 2018
  Typically Offered Fall and Spring
  Syllabus HOSP 2633.docx
  Reviewer Comments mrevans - Fri, 29 Sep 2017 18:10:25 GMT - Rollback: All syllabi must have Student Learning Outcomes included.
  allcodes HOSP 2633
HOSP 2653 Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change Major Content Change
  Short Course Title HOSP OPER & FIN ANALYSIS INTRO TO HOSP FINANCE
  Catalog Title Hospitality Operations and Financial Analysis Introduction to Hospitality Finance
  Catalog Description This course is an in-depth, comprehensive study of hospitality operations, with emphasis on financial statements and other accounting reports that are usually used by management staffs for strategic decision making. It includes the application of computer software and human resource management skills. Introduction to Hospitality Finance. Accounting principles, procedures and transactions used for the compilation of financial reports in hospitality industries.
  Course Code HOSP 4633 HOSP 2653
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2017 Fall 2018
  Course Number 4633 2653
  Academic Level Dual Level Undergraduate
  Prerequisite(s) AGEC 2142 and AGEC 2141L or ACCT 2013. HOSP 1603.
  Pre- or Corequisite(s) AGME 2903 or ISYS 1123 and HOSP 3633.
  Justification Enforcing graduate requisites. Changing course from a 4000 level to a 2000 level. Content being taught is an introduction to hospitality specific accounting and financial analysis procedures.

Pre-Req Justification:
Prerequisite HOSP 1603 (Intro to Hosp Mgmt): students need basic knowledge of the hospitality industry acquired during the Intro to Hosp course
  Typically Offered Fall and Spring
  Syllabus HOSP 2653 Syllabus.docx
  Additional Notes To be effective FALL 2018.
  Reviewer Comments mrevans - Mon, 02 Oct 2017 14:15:41 GMT - Rollback: All syllabi must have Student Learning Outcomes and all prereqs must have justifications.
  allcodes HOSP 2653
HOSP 3623 Added
HOSP 3633 Inactivated/Deleted
HOSP 3653 Short Course Title FOOD SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT HOSP, DIETETIC MGMT, AND HR
  Catalog Title Food Systems Management Hospitality, Dietetic Management and Human Resources
  Catalog Description Organization and management of institutional and hospital food service with focus on functions of management, health codes, and professional development. Lecture 3 hours per week. Function and methods of management as related to the hospitality, nutrition and dietetic industries. Management principles, decision-making, organizations, interpersonal relationships, and production systems.
  Course Delivery Method On campus
ONLN
On campus
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2015 Fall 2018
  Pre- or Corequisite(s) FDSC 2503.
  Justification Professor of record is eliminating Food Safety and Sanitation from the syllabus due to repetition and consumption of class time. This topic should not be included under food systems and human resources. This content is taught in FDSC 2503 and is relevant to HOSP 3653. Course name and description are more reflective of the materials being taught.

Prerequisite Justification:
Prerequisite HOSP 1603 (Intro to Hosp Mgmt): students need basic knowledge of the hospitality industry acquired during the Intro to Hosp course Prerequisite of junior standing students need the maturity to work in teams and familiarity with course management
  Additional Notes To be effective FALL 2015. To be effective FALL 2018.
  Typically Offered Fall
  Title/Description Change Type Major Content Change
  Prerequisite(s) HOSP 1603 and junior standing.
  Syllabus HOSP 3653.doc
  Reviewer Comments lkulcza - Tue, 19 Sep 2017 20:11:16 GMT - Rollback: Per request from Global Campus.
kbible - Wed, 20 Sep 2017 22:26:12 GMT - Rollback: Rolling back per Betsy Garrison - remove online delivery.
mrevans - Fri, 27 Oct 2017 14:29:59 GMT - Rollback: All syllabi must have "Student Learning Outcomes" All prerequisites must have a justification.
  allcodes HOSP 3653
HOSP 3673 Added
HOSP 4643 Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change Major Content Change
  Short Course Title MEET, EVENTS & CONVENTION MGMT SPECIAL EVENTS MANAGEMENT
  Catalog Title Meetings, Events and Convention Management Special Events Management
  Catalog Description Focuses on the planning and management of meetings and conventions in the hospitality industry. Includes catering in food service operations & management for on-premise and off-premise. Course content will also cover working with contract management operations and theme catering. Hands-on study of special events. Planning activities include conception, planning, implementation, execution of the hospitality program's annual fundraising event and evaluation. The interaction between staff, customers, guests, vendors, and others necessary to implement a successful special event. Topics including marketing, public relations and volunteer coordination are implemented. Additional focus on catering through, hotels, restaurants, and private companies.
  Course Delivery Method On campus
ONLN
On campus
  Reviewer Comments kjvestal - Mon, 02 Mar 2015 16:57:15 GMT - Rollback: Please clarify corequisite. Thank you! kbible - Wed, 20 Sep 2017 22:26:25 GMT - Rollback: Rolling back per Betsy Garrison - remove online delivery.
mrevans - Fri, 27 Oct 2017 14:33:57 GMT - Rollback: All syllabi must have "Student Learning Outcomes" and all prerequisites must have justifications.
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2015 Fall 2018
  Prerequisite(s) HOSP 1603. HOSP 1603, HOSP 2603, HOSP 3623 and HOSP majors only.
  Corequisite(s) AGEC 3303 or MKTG 3433 or HOSP 4673.
  Justification To ensure students are successful in this course they may choose from AGEC 3303 or MKTG 3433 or HOSP 4673. All cover the components and theories of marketing. Students may now have more options of marketing classes to chose from--MKTG 3433 has been restricted to WCOB majors = transfer students to HOSP. The direction and content of the course has changed to reflect the planning, execution and evaluation of the program's annual fundraising event.

Prerequisite Justification:
Prerequisite HSOP 1603 (Intro to Hosp Mgmt): students need basic knowledge of the hospitality industry acquired during the Intro to Hosp course Prerequisite HOSP 2603 (Purchasing & Cost Control): students need knowledge of procurement, purchasing and industry specific cost control skills Prerequisite HOSP 3623 (Intro to Meetings & Events): students need knowledge of basic event planning Prerequisite of HOSP majors only, as this class involves working events in the community it is imperative that students are dedicated to the hospitality discipline
  Additional Notes To be effective FALL 2015 To be effective FALL 2018
  Typically Offered Spring
  Syllabus HOSP 4643.docx
  allcodes HOSP 4643
HOSP 4663 Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change Major Content Change
  Short Course Title ISSUES IN HOSP & TOURISM HOSP MGMT CAPSTONE
  Catalog Title Issues & Trends in Hospitality & Tourism Hospitality Management Capstone
  Catalog Description A study of world trends, issues, and the current state of the industry as well as predictions for the future of lodging, cruise, restaurant, technology, travel and tourism industries with applications to forecasting change in the hospitality and tourism industries. Integration of previous classroom, laboratory, and practical experiences through development of a comprehensive project. Additional focus on application of critical thinking, demonstration of leadership principles, interaction with industry professionals and development of an awareness of societal and ethical issues and their application to the hospitality industries.
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2015 Fall 2018
  Prerequisite(s) HOSP 1603, HOSP 2603 and HOSP 2633. HOSP 1603, HOSP 3653 and junior standing.
  Justification This course has a applied component of working with industry that changes each semester. Allowing students to take this course more than once exposing them to critical thinking, skills, and networking. Name change and description change are more reflective of the content being taught in the course.

Pre-Req Justification:
Prerequisite HOSP 3603/3601L (Culture and Cuisines of the World Lecture/Lab) students will be designing, preparing and implementing menus and food products therefore it is necessary that they have the skills mastering in both the lecture and lab of HOSP 3603/3601L
Prerequisite HOSP 3653 (Hospitality and Dietetic Management Human Resources) students will be designing foodservice systems so they must be familiar with models, safety, sanitation, and maintenance, they will be serving in management roles and need the familiarity of such taught in this course, in addition to legal environments and ethics
Prerequisite of junior standing students need the maturity to work in teams and with industry executives and familiarity with course management
  Additional Notes To be effective FALL 2015 To be effective FALL 2018.
  Typically Offered Spring
  Syllabus HOSP 4663.docx
  Reviewer Comments mrevans - Fri, 29 Sep 2017 20:39:20 GMT - Rollback: All Syllabi must have Student Learning Outcomes and prereqs bust have justifications.
  allcodes HOSP 4663
HOSP 4693 Catalog Description Supervised experience in an instructor approved work/learning situation relating to the hospitality industry in multiple aspects of a hospitality organization. Emphasis on application of knowledge and skills to actual job roles and responsibilities. Requires employment in a hospitality setting for a minimum of 250 clock hours that must be completed in the semester of enrollment. All internship contracts and enrollment forms must be submitted to the internship coordinator for course approval four weeks prior to the semester of enrollment. Supervised experience in an instructor approved work/learning situation relating to the hospitality industry in multiple aspects of a hospitality organization. Emphasis on application of knowledge and skills to actual job roles and responsibilities related to a future career in the hospitality industry. Requires employment in a hospitality setting for a minimum of 250 clock hours that must be completed in the semester of enrollment.
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2017 Fall 2018
  Justification Admin removal of may be repeated statement in description. Description change is reflective of the content being taught in the course and prerequisites required.
  Typically Offered Fall, Spring and Summer
  Off Campus Delivery Study Abroad
  Additional Notes To be effective FALL 2018.
  Reviewer Comments mrevans - Fri, 15 Sep 2017 14:51:20 GMT - I find the 500 hours of documented hospitality work experience as a prereq to do an internship to gain experience to be onerous and it is unclear how that would be documented.
  allcodes HOSP 4693
HOSP 3601L Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change Major Content Change
  Short Course Title MENU, LAYOUT & PREP LAB CULTURE AND CUISINES PRACTICE
  Catalog Title Menu, Layout & Food Prep Lab Culture and Cuisines of the World Practicum
  Catalog Description Observation and preparation of quantity food production and use of equipment will be covered in this lab. Development of service management skills for the hospitality industry through preparation and service of food, staffing, professionalism, recipe standardization, menu planning, cost control, sanitation, safety, and overall quality assurance. Instruction for planning food flow from receiving to service of meals, including choosing proper equipment for the flow plan and service items. Laboratory 7 hrs per week.
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2016 Fall 2018
  Prerequisite(s) NUTR 1213, HOSP 2603 and FDSC 2503. NUTR 1213, HOSP 2603, HOSP 2611, Junior standing and HOSP majors only.
  Corequisite(s) HOSP 3603.
  Justification To ensure students have the much needed knowledge of food safety and sanitation in the lab. Course name change and description update is reflective of the changes made to HOSP 3603.

Pre-Req Justification:
Pre or Corequisite: HOSP 3603 (Culture and Cuisines of the World Lecture) Lab is the accompaniment of the lecture HOSP 3603. Content studied in lecture is applied, studied, and mastered in lab
Prerequisite: NUTR 1213 (Fundamentals of Nutrition) students need knowledge of food, the functions of food and interactions with the body, as well as familiarity with diets
Prerequisite: HOSP 2603 (Purchasing & Cost Control) students need knowledge of procurement, purchasing and industry specific cost control skills
  Additional Notes To be effective FALL 2016. To be effective FALL 2018.
  Typically Offered Fall and Spring
  Pre- or Corequisite(s) HOSP 3603.
  Syllabus HESC 3601L.docx
  Reviewer Comments mrevans - Fri, 29 Sep 2017 20:38:02 GMT - Rollback: All syllabi must have Student Learning Outcomes and all prereqs must have justifications.
agriffin - Tue, 31 Oct 2017 00:15:38 GMT - Rollback: Please review catalog description. It does not match the description found in the syllabus.
mrevans - Tue, 31 Oct 2017 12:55:09 GMT - Rollback: See comments for Alice Griffin. Catalog description in CourseLeaf and in the syllabus should match.
  allcodes HOSP 3601L
IDES 2723 Proposed Effective Date Spring 2015 Fall 2018
  Typically Offered Fall
  Additional Notes This course will change to a FALL (FA) offering only.
  allcodes IDES 2723
INEG 3714 Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change Major Content Change
  Short Course Title METHODS AND STANDARDS WORK METHODS AND ERGONOMICS
  Catalog Title Methods and Standards Work Methods and Ergonomics
  Catalog Description Fundamental rules of motion economy; motion analysis by means of charts; diagrams; work place design; tool and equipment selection; operator selection; and job description and analysis. Fundamentals of time study; observed and synthetic times; use of standard data and time formula; leveling; rating; allowances; and work sampling. Laboratory required. Ways of designing jobs, machines, operations and work environments so they are compatible with human capacities and limitations. Work methods topics include methods analysis, time studies, work sampling and learning curves. Cognitive and physical capabilities and limitations of humans are addressed through the study of human information processing, motor control theory, anthropometry, biomechanics, work physiology and manual material handling. Design of controls and displays, hand tools and workstations, along with work related musculoskeletal disorders. Laboratory required.
  Course Code INEG 3713 INEG 3714
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2015 Fall 2018
  Course Number 3713 3714
  Prerequisite(s) INEG 2313.
  Credit Hours 3 4
  Justification Time studies are discussed and I do a time study lab where students are encouraged to download apps to their smartphones to allow them to more easily complete the time study, but there is not a common piece of software or technology that is used to develop these. Additionally, the course description mentions nothing about work sampling which a fairly major component of the course. The content of INEG 3713 is being merged with a previous course (INEG 3723 Ergonomics). The reasons for this merger are to reduce the overlap between the two courses, to more closely align the department's undergraduate requirements with the department's faculty expertise, and to shorten a long chain of pre-requisites in the the department's eight-semester plan.
  Typically Offered Fall and Spring
  Pre- or Corequisite(s) INEG 2333
  Syllabus 2017 10 19 INEG 3714 Syllabus of Record.pdf
  Reviewer Comments lkulcza - Thu, 02 Nov 2017 22:16:44 GMT - Rollback: Per request from the dean's office.
  allcodes INEG 3714
INEG 3723 Inactivated/Deleted
INEG 4553 Catalog Description Strategy and competition, forecasting, aggregate planning, inventory control subject to known demand, inventory control subject to uncertain demand, supply chain management, push and pull production control systems, and operations scheduling. Pre or Strategy and competition, forecasting, aggregate planning, inventory control subject to known demand, inventory control subject to uncertain demand, supply chain management, push and pull production control systems, and operations scheduling.
  Course Delivery Method On campus
Off campus
On campus
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2017 Fall 2017
  Justification Enforcing graduate requisites. Admin update of course description for syncing.
  Typically Offered Fall
  Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  allcodes INEG 4553
INEG 4904 Inactivated/Deleted
INEG 4923 Reviewer Comments kjvestal - Thu, 30 Apr 2015 13:19:58 GMT - Rollback: Please edit the prerequisite course number. Thank you!
epohl - Thu, 07 May 2015 15:00:24 GMT - Rollback: Description has wrong prerequisite number. Should be 4911 instead of 4901
epohl - Thu, 07 May 2015 15:33:51 GMT - Rollback: Description needs to reflect correct prerequisite number
agriffin - Wed, 08 Jul 2015 15:53:58 GMT - Uploaded corrected syllabus. See attached correspondence for reference.
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2016 Fall 2018
  Prerequisite(s) INEG 4911. INEG 3613, INEG 3623, and INEG 4911.
  Justification This course is the second in a new, two-semester capstone experience for students pursuing the Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering (BSIE). A capstone experience is required for accreditation of the BSIE. Adjustment to requisites based on our first year of experience with the new course.
  Typically Offered Spring
  Pre- or Corequisite(s) INEG 3513.
  allcodes INEG 4923
INEG 6443 Added
INEG 4812H Added
INST 2013 Short Course Title INTRO INTERNATIONAL STUDIES INTRO INTL AND GLOBAL STUDIES
  Catalog Title Introduction to International Studies Introduction to International and Global Studies
  Catalog Description A historical and contemporary overview of the relations and interactions between peoples across borders, between cultures and societies, states and non-state actors, governments and non-governmental organizations, and economies, both local and global. A historical and contemporary overview of the relations and interactions between peoples across borders, between cultures and societies, states and non-state actors, governments and non-governmental organizations, and economies, both local and global. Focus on differing disciplinary approaches to international and global studies, the transformations caused by the process of globalization, and a survey of current global issues and problems.
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2016 Fall 2018
  Justification The program cannot support INST 2013 in both the spring and fall semester. Regular spring semester offering is optimal for our students. Course title and description change reflect expansion or program from an International Relations focus to a broader International and Global Studies focus. Course design reflects distinctions between International and Global Studies. The program will now be offered in fall and spring - new faculty make more offerings possible, and creation of proposed minor is expected to increase demand.
  Typically Offered Fall and Spring
  Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Syllabus INST 2013 syllabus.pdf
  allcodes INST 2013
INST 3303 Added
INST 3603 Added
INST 4003 Proposed Effective Date Spring 2017 Fall 2018
  Justification Need to remove May intersession as frequency offering, as that is listed in error. Course is only regularly offered in the fall. Would like to introduce topical seminars and thus need INST 4003 to have the capacity for topical listings. Because course is topical, would like students to be able to repeat course once for credit (maximum of 6 credit hours). INST 4003 is now offered spring and fall on campus. Irregular offerings through study abroad,
  Typically Offered Fall and Spring
  Off Campus Delivery Study Abroad
  Topics Human Rights, Global History, etc.
  allcodes INST 4003
INST 4103 Added
INST 4653 Added
INST 4693 Added
INST 4893 Added
JOUR 1003 Reviewer Comments kjvestal - Wed, 23 Apr 2014 16:41:43 GMT - Spring 2015
ddraper - Thu, 04 Sep 2014 20:42:28 GMT - Edited course description per recommendation of the Academic Programs Committee and with the approval of the department. 9/4/14 ddraper
ddraper - Tue, 23 Sep 2014 18:07:30 GMT - Revisions made after JOUR consulted with the department of ENGL. Edits made on behalf of the department of JOUR. 9/23/14 ddraper
ddraper - Tue, 23 Sep 2014 18:09:47 GMT - Attached revised syllabus on behalf of the JOUR department. 9-23-14 ddraper
lkulcza - Fri, 14 Nov 2014 23:48:02 GMT - Updated course component to reflect that this is a lecture class.
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2015 Fall 2017
  Typically Offered Fall and Spring
JOUR 2063 Course Delivery Method On campus On campus
Off campus
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2017 Spring 2018
  Justification We are making minor changes to the catalog to reflect this C or better grade requirement listed in the catalog.

Journalism Courses
A minimum grade of “C” is required in all journalism courses that serve as prerequisites for advanced journalism courses. In certain courses a minimum grade of “B” is required.

We are simply changing the prerequisite copy for each relevant class to indicate that a grade of C or better is required. I met with the Registrar and this is what he advised me to do. My apologies if I am doing this incorrectly.
Submitting this request for online delivery addition on behalf of Dave Bostwick in SJSM; CIM info out of sync for this course, thus preventing him from submitting the proposal.
  Additional Notes Please contact me (Jan Wicks) at jwicks@uark.edu if you need any additional information or I need to submit these minor changes in a different way.
  Typically Offered Fall and Summer
  Off Campus Delivery Online/Web-based
  Syllabus JOUR 2063 Media Technology syllabus.docx
  allcodes JOUR 2063
JOUR 3723 Catalog Title Advertising Principles (Sp, Fa) Advertising Principles
  Department Code SJSM School of Journalism and Strategic Media(JOUR)
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2018
  Academic Level Undergraduate
  Typically Offered Fall and Spring
  Course Delivery Method On campus
Off campus
  Off Campus Delivery Study Abroad
  Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Justification Need Off-Campus Delivery for Rome Center Spring 2018 Study Abroad.
  Reviewer Comments lkulcza - Tue, 31 Oct 2017 23:11:56 GMT - Rollback: fixing department issue
lkulcza - Tue, 31 Oct 2017 23:15:13 GMT - Rollback: fixing chair approval step
JOUR 4333 Proposed Effective Date Summer 2016 Fall 2018
  Academic Level Dual Level Undergraduate
  Justification The course is part of our online minor and it was an oversight not to check "online/web based." Removing dual-level since a 5000-level code was created for the grad section.
  Typically Offered Fall and Spring
  allcodes JOUR 4333
JOUR 4483 Course Delivery Method On campus On campus
Off campus
  Syllabus JOUR 4483 Issues Ad-PR Syllabus Final.docx
  Reviewer Comments agriffin - Fri, 14 Apr 2017 21:55:50 GMT - Changed course component type from lecture to seminar with permission from submitter.
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2017 Spring 2018
  Justification In our most recent accreditation visit, the site team advised us to formally incorporate more diversity topics and courses into the curriculum. Issues in Ad/PR introduces students to the major ethical issues regarding persuasive messages in society, including the stereotyping and portrayals of gender, ethnicity and sexual orientation in advertising and public relations. Students also learn to create examples of public service announcements to help
educate the public about diversity, in order to change attitudes and eliminate stereotyping.

Justification for Course

Courses examining ethical, social and economic issues regarding advertising and public relations are taught at many journalism and mass communication programs nationwide. We have been offering this course under the JOUR 405V designation, but now want and need to formalize it in our curriculum and catalog.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment for advertising, promotions and marketing managers is expected to continue to grow faster than the average for all occupations. These management occupations require prospective employees to understand how to target and address
diverse target audiences. Students learn about and examine messages of the major gender and ethnic stereotypes found in advertising and public relations, now and in the past. Students in the class learn how to analyze diverse audience data and then develop appropriate messages.

If approved, this class will provide an additional Journalism elective in Ad/PR, another recommendation of our national accrediting organization.
Admin submission of study abroad offering, as course is currently out of sync for department update issue.
  Typically Offered Fall
  Off Campus Delivery Study Abroad
  allcodes JOUR 4483
JOUR 5193 Department Code SJSM School of Journalism and Strategic Media(JOUR)
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2018
  Academic Level Graduate
  Typically Offered Fall and Spring
  Course Delivery Method On campus
Off campus
  Off Campus Delivery Online/Web-based
  Topics Business Journalism
  Justification We plan to offer and online section of a graduate course using the JOUR 5193 designation starting in spring 2018.
  Syllabus Graduate Business Journalism Course Proposal.docx
  Reviewer Comments lkulcza - Tue, 31 Oct 2017 23:12:47 GMT - Rollback: fixing department issue
JOUR 405V Department Code SJSM School of Journalism and Strategic Media(JOUR)
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2018
  Academic Level Undergraduate
  Typically Offered Irregular
  Course Delivery Method Off campus
  Off Campus Delivery Online/Web-based
  Topics JOUR 405V – Specialized Journalism Seminar – Business Journalism
  Justification This course is being prepared for online delivery in the Fall 2017.
  Reviewer Comments kjvestal - Mon, 02 Oct 2017 14:50:58 GMT - Rollback: We are no longer approving requests to create dual level courses. Please change the academic level to undergraduate. Thank you!
lkulcza - Tue, 31 Oct 2017 23:12:22 GMT - Rollback: fixing department issue
KINS 5413 Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Subject Code Physical Education(PHED) Kinesiology(KINS)
  Reviewer Comments kjvestal - Thu, 23 Feb 2017 17:37:50 GMT - Rollback: Rolling back for further edits. msganio - Wed, 06 Sep 2017 20:11:35 GMT - Rollback: Per our last meeting, this should be discussed further before submitting.
  Course Code PHED 5413 KINS 5413
  Proposed Effective Date Summer 2017 Fall 2018
  Justification Required course in the KINSMS-Adapted Movement Science concentration. Required course in the KINSMS-Adapted Movement Science concentration. Changing prefix from PHED to KINS better reflects nature of the course.
  Typically Offered Fall Even Years
  allcodes KINS 5413
KINS 498VH Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2016 Spring 2018
  Prerequisite(s) Honors candidacy and KINS 3901H. Honors candidacy and KINS 3901H or EXSC 3723H.
  Justification Change to variable credit was originally completed to allow multiple enrollments to complete 3 hours of thesis credit while allowing degree credit for each enrollment up to the course maximum. When the updates were made to change the course prefixes for thesis credit, the College failed to check the box to allow the Honors Council's intent. This change is to correct our previous oversight and if possible, to correct back to the original change approval to not hold in harm our students who may have multiple enrollments intended for degree use. Exercise Science program now allows its students to complete EXSC 3723H in substitution of KINS 3901H. To allow smoother enrollment into thesis hours, the additional option has been added to the pre-requisite listing.
  Typically Offered Fall, Spring and Summer
  allcodes KINS 498VH
KINS 589V Proposed Effective Date Spring 2017 Summer 2018
  Prerequisite(s) M.S. degree program in exercise and movement sciences and HHPR 5353 and ESRM 5393. Admission to the KINSMS degree program.
  Justification Enforcing requisites. Eliminate prerequisite of HHPR 5353 and ESRM 5393
  Typically Offered Fall, Spring and Summer
  allcodes KINS 589V
LARC 1315 Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Course Delivery Method On campus
Off campus
On campus
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2016 Summer 2018
  Typically Offered Fall and Summer
  Additional Notes We offered all design I and II studios in the summer as well. I just missed adding SUMMER (SU) to this one. Always offered ON CAMPUS now.
  allcodes LARC 1315
LARC 4382 Inactivated/Deleted
LARC 4714H Inactivated/Deleted
LAWW 4203 Inactivated/Deleted
LAWW 5633 Added
LAWW 5673 Short Course Title NONPROFIT CORPORATIONS NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS
  Catalog Title Nonprofit Corporations Nonprofit Organizations
  Syllabus LAWW 5673 Nonprofit Corporations.pdf Nonprofit Organizations R Hurst - Fall 2017.pdf
  Proposed Effective Date Summer 2016 Spring 2018
  Justification Removed Pre or Corequisite because instructor waived requirement. Changed course name so students will be able to tell the course content.
  Typically Offered Irregular
  Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  allcodes LAWW 5673
LAWW 6213 Catalog Title Product Liability (Irregular) Product Liability
  Proposed Effective Date Summer 2018
  Academic Level Law
  Typically Offered Irregular
  Course Delivery Method On campus
Off campus
  Off Campus Delivery Online/Web-based
  Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Justification Law 6213 is currently offered on campus. Only requesting this course also be offered as online web-based to make course more accessible to off-campus students.
LAWW 6814 Inactivated/Deleted
LAWW 413V Catalog Title Upper Level Writing: Gender-Based Violence & Human Rights Policies & Procedures ULW: Gender-Based Violence & Human Rights Policies & Procedures
  Syllabus ULW Gender Based Violence Avalos Syllabus - Spring 2016.pdf
ULW Gender-Based Violence Avalos - Spring 2016.pdf
ULW Gender-Based Violence Avalos - Fall 2017.pdf
  Course Code LAWW 4132 LAWW 413V
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2017 Spring 2018
  Course Number 4132 413V
  Justification Course taught as Special Topics and request course number change to a standard course number to define the actual course. Interest and enrollment demonstrates the need to establish an actual course. Change course number from regular course number to variable credit hours. Interest and enrollment demonstrates the need to establish this course as a variable course.
  Typically Offered Irregular
  Maximum Credit Hours 3
  Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  allcodes LAWW 413V
LAWW 536V Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Course Code LAWW 5363 LAWW 536V
  Proposed Effective Date Summer 2016 Fall 2018
  Course Number 5363 536V
  Credit Hours 3 2
  Justification Attached requisite. Change Law 5363 to variable 2 or 3 hours. This course has been taught under Special Topics for 2 hours. Request change to offer course as 2 or 3 hours as needed. Goals of this course is gain an undertanding of U.S. federal securities regulation and basic corporate finance.
  Typically Offered Irregular
  Maximum Credit Hours 3
  Syllabus Securities Regulation W Foster - Fall 2015.pdf
  allcodes LAWW 536V
LAWW 611V Short Course Title MOOT COURT INTERSCHOOL COMP TEAM
  Catalog Title Moot Court Interschool Competition Team
  Component Type Lecture ACT
  Maximum Credit Hours 3 2
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2016
  Catalog Description Interschool Competition Team provides an avenue for outstanding student advocates to register their completion of a rigorous interschool competition for purposes of academic credit. Students may register for this credit after satisfying the standards for approval of non-graded credit for Interschool Competition Credit, as outlined in the University of Arkansas School of Law Board of Advocates Bylaws and relevant Bylaw and Academic Standards provisions, as promulgated by the Faculty.
  Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Justification To change title, from "Moot Court" to "Interschool Competition Team", to clarify student official transcripts and to more fairly characterize the broader base of interschool competitions that not only include "moot court" but also trial, negotiations, client counseling, and (as suggested above), may also potentially include competitions e.g., in arbitration, mediation, and tax planning.
  Syllabus Interschool Competition Team BOA By-law.pdf
  Reviewer Comments kjvestal - Tue, 18 Aug 2015 17:51:39 GMT - Rollback: Please submit a new course proposal for this title. Thank you!
LAWW 629V Short Course Title ADVANCED CORPORATIONS PUBLIC CORPORATIONS
  Catalog Title Advanced Corporations Public Corporations
  Catalog Description Classical corporations law. Formation of corporations, duties and powers of corporate management, corporate control, shareholder rights, shares, dividends, derivative suits, fundamental changes and dissolution. A survey of topics applicable to publicly owned corporations, including: corporate governance; shareholder communication and proxy regulation; introduction to corporate finance and dividend policies; mergers and acquisitions; tender offer regulation; aspects of securities regulation; and insider trading.
  Course Code LAWW 6292 LAWW 629V
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2016 Fall 2018
  Course Number 6292 629V
  Prerequisite(s) LAWW 4294. LAWW 4294 Business Organization
  Justification Added prerequisite to ensure students take required class before registering for this course. Request title and description change to reflect the course content and structure. Also change to variable credit with the option to expand on the course content. Goals is for students to learn rules that apply to public companies.
  Typically Offered Irregular
  Maximum Credit Hours 3
  Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Syllabus Public Corporations Goforth - Spring 2018.pdf
  allcodes LAWW 629V
LAWW 631V Added
LAWW 635V Short Course Title JOURNAL OF ISLAMIC LAW CREDIT ARKANSAS LAW NOTES CREDIT
  Catalog Title Journal of Islamic Law and Culture Credit Arkansas Law Notes Credit
  Catalog Description The Journal of Islamic Law & Culture is intended to encourage scholarship and dialogue that fosters a deeper understanding of the law and public policy of Islamic religion and culture, particularly as it intersects with Western law and society, including the legal and social communities of the US. The Journal is published semiannually by Routledge Press, in collaboration among the UA School of Law and the UA King Fahd Center for Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies. Arkansas Law Notes is published online as a student-run law journal by the University of Arkansas School of Law to members of the bar and the law school community at arkansaslawnotes.com. The publication features articles and current research, including student works. Law Notes is a tradition of the School of Law, dedicated to providing timely and insightful research on a variety of subjects to members of the bar. Law Notes is produced under the guidance of Professors Lonnie Beard, Uche Ewelukwa, and Brian Gallini. A mark of "CR" will be given.
  Proposed Effective Date 01/05/2013 Spring 2016
  Component Type Lecture ACT
  Title/Description Change Type Major Content Change
  Justification Arkansas Law Notes has been restructured as a student-run law journal to replace a journal recently discontinued.
  Syllabus RE_ LAWW 635V.pdf
  Reviewer Comments agriffin - Wed, 08 Jul 2015 16:46:43 GMT - Updated course title to include CREDIT. See attached correspondence.
MATH 1514 Added
MATH 2514 Added
MATH 2554 Proposed Effective Date Summer 2017 Spring 2018
  Prerequisite(s) MATH 1213 with a grade of C or better, or Math 1284C with a grade of C or better, or a score of at least 80% on the University of Arkansas Preparedness for Calculus Exam, or a score of at least 28 on the math component of the ACT exam, or a score of at least 680 on the math component of the old SAT or 710 on the math component of the new SAT, or a score of at least 2 on the Calculus AB or BC Advanced Placement Exam. MATH 1213 with a grade of C or better, or Math 1284C with a grade of C or better, or a score of at least 80% on the University of Arkansas Preparedness for Calculus Exam, or a score of at least 28 on the math component of the ACT exam, or a score of at least 640 on the math component of the old SAT or 660 on the math component of the new SAT, or a score of at least 2 on the Calculus AB or BC Advanced Placement Exam.
  Justification ACT score of 30 is too high compared to regional and national standards.
The change will allow more prepared students to enter the class and be successful in the course.
Adjusting the SAT scores to be equivalent to the ACT prerequisite scores.
  Typically Offered Fall, Spring and Summer
  Off Campus Delivery Online/Web-based
  allcodes MATH 2554
MATH 2803 Title/Description Change Type Major Content Change
  Reviewer Comments kjvestal - Wed, 30 Sep 2015 17:17:34 GMT - Edited short title to be more descriptive.
ddraper - Thu, 01 Oct 2015 18:28:07 GMT - Attaching sample syllabus; course content unchanged. Simply expanded catalog description and title change.
ddraper - Mon, 12 Oct 2015 16:13:18 GMT - Approving for ARSC Curriculum Committee; course was re-routed to expedited review process, because changes are minor. No course content is being changed.
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2016 Spring 2018
  Pre- or Corequisite(s) MATH 2564 or MATH 2564C. MATH 2554 or MATH 2554C.
  Justification Updating title and course description to be more informative and reflective of our view of the role of this course Lowering the prerequisite to make the class available earlier for our majors, helping them to complete their degree on time. Does not affect course content.
  Typically Offered Fall and Spring
  allcodes MATH 2803
MATH 3093 Catalog Title Abstract Linear Algebra (Sp, Fa) Abstract Linear Algebra
  Prerequisite(s) MATH 2564 and MATH 2803 with a C or better. MATH 2803 with a C or better.
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2018
  Academic Level Undergraduate
  Typically Offered Fall and Spring
  Course Delivery Method On campus
  Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Pre- or Corequisite(s) MATH 2564 with a C or better.
  Justification Reducing the prerequisite to a co-requisite to allow majors to take the course earlier in the program.
Does not affect course content.
  Syllabus MATH 3093 syllabus.pdf
  Reviewer Comments rcc003 - Thu, 05 Oct 2017 18:47:46 GMT - Correctly changed coreq to pre- or coreq.
agriffin - Thu, 19 Oct 2017 00:41:47 GMT - Rollback: Please work with faculty member to incorporate student learning outcomes into syllabus as requested by Faculty Senate.
jdurdik - Wed, 01 Nov 2017 15:00:43 GMT - Rollback: learning outcomes needed
MATH 4303 Added
MATH 5033 Proposed Effective Date Spring 2017 Spring 2018
  Justification Enforcing requisites. Course has been offered online since spring of 2015. Admin update to reflect this in CIM and to remove topics option (holdover from when this was a topics class back in 2010).
  Typically Offered Irregular
  Off Campus Delivery Online/Web-based
  allcodes MATH 5033
MATH 5313 Catalog Title Partial Differential Equations Partial Differential Equations I
  Catalog Description Classification, boundary value problems, applications, and numerical solutions. Laplace’s equation, Heat equation, Wave Equation, Method of Characteristics.
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2017 Spring 2018
  Prerequisite(s) MATH 4423 and MATH 4513, and graduate standing in mathematics or statistics, or departmental consent. MATH 4423, MATH 4513, and graduate standing in mathematics or statistics, or departmental consent.
  Justification Enforcing requisites. Plan to add Spring semester sequel course; updated catalog description.
  Typically Offered Fall
  Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Syllabus PDE syllabus.pdf
  allcodes MATH 5313
MATH 5323 Added
MATH 6203 Added
MATH 6213 Added
MATH 2554C Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Proposed Effective Date Summer 2017 Spring 2018
  Prerequisite(s) MATH 1213 with a grade of C or better, or Math 1284C with a grade of C or better, or a score of at least 80% on the University of Arkansas Preparedness for Calculus Exam, or a score of at least 28 on the math component of the ACT exam, or a score of at least 680 on the math component of the old SAT or 710 on the math component of the new SAT, or a score of at least 2 on the Calculus AB or BC Advanced Placement Exam. MATH 1213 with a grade of C or better, or Math 1284C with a grade of C or better, or a score of at least 80% on the University of Arkansas Preparedness for Calculus Exam, or a score of at least 28 on the math component of the ACT exam, or a score of at least 640 on the math component of the old SAT or 660 on the math component of the new SAT, or a score of at least 2 on the Calculus AB or BC Advanced Placement Exam.
  Justification ACT score of 30 is too high compared to regional and national standards.
The change will allow more prepared students to enter the class and be successful in the course
Adjusting the SAT scores to be equivalent to the ACT prerequisite scores.
  Typically Offered Fall, Spring and Summer
  Off Campus Delivery Online/Web-based
  allcodes MATH 2554C
MEEG 4182 Course Code MEEG 4131 MEEG 4182
  Catalog Description Students will select a capstone design project, and each student group will prepare a formal written proposal on their project for presentation to a panel of judges. This group project will be carried to completion in MEEG 4133. Students will select a capstone design project, and each student group will prepare a formal written proposal on their project for presentation to a panel of judges. This group project will be carried to completion in MEEG 4192.
  Course Number 4131 4182
  Component Type Lecture Independent Study
  Credit Hours 1 2
  Status Modifiers ELIM
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2018
  Typically Offered Fall and Spring
  Off Campus Delivery Distance Education
  Justification Why: This change is designed to emphasize the importance of the design work conducted by the students during MEEG 4182 Creative Project I, and encourage them to spend more time and effort.
How: The number of credit hours of this course is reduced from 3 to 2. The total hours of CPI and CPII combined remain the same at 4.
  Syllabus MEEG ABET Syllabus 4182.pdf
  Reviewer Comments rossetti - Fri, 05 May 2017 12:11:28 GMT - Rollback: to make corrections by Dr. Tung
ac087 - Fri, 01 Sep 2017 21:50:03 GMT - Change effective date to Spring 2018, courses changing in credit hours must be effective with the new catalog cycle.
rossetti - Tue, 12 Sep 2017 18:39:03 GMT - Rollback: Please include syllabus. Justification should have a) what is being changed/proposed and b) why is the change necessary.
rossetti - Wed, 13 Sep 2017 21:32:56 GMT - Rollback: Sending it back to be fixed
dnutter - Thu, 14 Sep 2017 16:39:20 GMT - Rollback: for further changes per S. Tung.
ac087 - Fri, 15 Sep 2017 19:22:30 GMT - Rollback: DEPARTMENT TO MAKE EDITS
  allcodes MEEG 4182
MEEG 4192 Course Code MEEG 4133 MEEG 4192
  Course Number 4133 4192
  Prerequisite(s) MEEG 4131. MEEG 4182
  Component Type Lecture Independent Study
  Credit Hours 3 2
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2018
  Typically Offered Fall and Spring
  Off Campus Delivery Distance Education
  Justification Why: This change is designed to emphasize the importance of the design work conducted by the students during MEEG 4182 Creative Project I, and encourage them to spend more time and effort.
How: The number of credit hours of this course is reduced from 3 to 2. The total hours of CPI and CPII combined remain the same at 4.
  Syllabus MEEG ABET Syllabus 4192.pdf
  Reviewer Comments kjvestal - Wed, 05 Apr 2017 16:16:52 GMT - Rollback: Because MEEG 4123 is active in course inventory and we don't duplicate the first 3 digits of a course number, a different number will need to be selected. Thank you!
kjvestal - Thu, 13 Apr 2017 17:04:58 GMT - Rollback: Rolling back for course number edit.
ac087 - Fri, 01 Sep 2017 21:56:28 GMT - Changed effective date to Fall 2018, change in credit hours in undergraduate proposals must be effective with the new catalog cycle.
rossetti - Tue, 12 Sep 2017 18:39:10 GMT - Rollback: Please include syllabus. Justification should have a) what is being changed/proposed and b) why is the change necessary.
rossetti - Wed, 13 Sep 2017 21:33:04 GMT - Rollback: Sending it back to be fixed
dnutter - Thu, 14 Sep 2017 16:39:30 GMT - Rollback: for further changes per S. Tung.
ac087 - Fri, 15 Sep 2017 19:22:41 GMT - Rollback: DEPARTMENT TO MAKE EDITS
  allcodes MEEG 4192
MEEG 591V Catalog Title Special Topics in Mechanical Engineering (Sp, Su, Fa) Special Topics in Mechanical Engineering
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2017
  Academic Level Graduate
  Typically Offered Fall, Spring and Summer
  Course Delivery Method On campus
Off campus
  Off Campus Delivery Distance Education
Online/Web-based
  Topics Course topics entered as needed
  Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Justification Special topics in Mechanical Engineering are developed for the online graduate engineering programs. This update will accurately reflect all modes of delivery.

Fall 2017 acceptable because proposal is being updated to reflect current offerings.
MGMT 3533 Added
MGMT 4543 Added
MGMT 5372 Added
MILS 1001 Short Course Title INTRO TO MILITARY LEADERSHIP I INTRODUCTION TO THE ARMY
  Catalog Title Basic Introductory Course to Military Leadership I Introduction to the Army
  Catalog Description Incorporates various outdoor field craft skills involving both classroom and outdoor instruction. Subjects include small group leadership, rappelling, basic map reading, water safety and first aid. Introduction to organization, values, ethics, personal development and the role of the Army. Classroom 1 hour per week. Lab 2 hours per week. This course focuses on small group leadership and introducing the student to the Army as an organization. Students learn time management, drill and ceremony, military customs and courtesies, basic map reading, water safety and first aid. Introduction to the organization, values, ethics, personal development and the role of the Army. Classroom 1 hour per week. Lab 2 hours per week.
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2017
  Typically Offered Fall
  Justification Changing course title and description to match current Army Course nomenclature (title and description).
  allcodes MILS 1001
MILS 1011 Short Course Title INTRO MILITARY LEADERSHIP II FOUNDATIONS OF LEADERSHIP
  Catalog Title Introduction to Military Leadership II Foundations of Agile and Adaptive Leadership
  Catalog Description Incorporates various outdoor field craft involving both classroom and outdoor instruction, intermediate map reading/orienteering, first aid and outdoor cold/hot weather survival skills. Introduction to small group leadership principles. Personal development, ethics, values and the 7 Army values and the role that the Army plays in today's society and world. Classroom 1 hour per week. Lab 2 hours per week. Continuation of MILS 1001. Topics include the Army Profession and what it means to be a professional in the U.S. Army, the Army Leadership Requirements Model, intermediate map reading/orienteering, and basic field craft. Classroom 1 hour per week. Lab 2 hours per week.
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2017
  Typically Offered Spring
  Justification Course title and description changed to match Army course title and description
  allcodes MILS 1011
MILS 2002 Short Course Title LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT I LEADERSHIP AND DECISION MAKING
  Catalog Title Leadership Development I Leadership and Decision Making
  Catalog Description Continuation of basic skills presented in MILS 1001 and MILS 1011. Course focus is on small unit leadership, team building and management skills. Includes an introduction to small unit tactics. Students develop leadership foundations by leading discussions, developing and briefing operation plans using the military decision making model. Classroom 2 hours per week. Lab 1 hour per week. This course focuses on basic Army leadership doctrine and develops the student's skills by introducing them to small unit tactics. Students learn to apply critical thinking and problem solving by using Troop Leading Procedures (TLP). Additional topics include the value of diversity, understanding the officer‘s role in leading change, management skills, and the fundamentals of the Army as a profession. Lecture 2 hours, laboratory 3 hours per week.
  Prerequisite(s) MILS 1001 and MILS 1011 or approval of Professor of Military Science. MILS 1001 and MILS 1011 or departmental consent.
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2017
  Typically Offered Fall
  Justification Course title and description changed to match Army course title and description.
  allcodes MILS 2002
MILS 2012 Short Course Title LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT II DOCTRINE AND TEAM DEVELOPMENT
  Catalog Title Leadership Development II Army Doctrine and Team Development
  Catalog Description Continuation of leadership skills presented in MILS 2002. Course focus is on decision making process, time management, and leadership skills. Includes an introduction to military writing and basic tactics. Cadets continue training in land navigation, first aid, and outdoor field craft. Classroom 2 hours per week. Lab 1 hour per week. Continuation of MILS 2002. Topics include Troop Leading Procedures (TLP), time management, military writing, and basic tactics. Lecture 2 hours, laboratory 3 hours per week.
  Prerequisite(s) MILS 1001 and MILS 1011 or approval of Professor of Military Science. MILS 1001, and MILS 1011, and MILS 2002 or departmental consent.
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2017
  Typically Offered Spring
  Justification Course title and description changed to match Army course title and description.
  allcodes MILS 2012
MILS 3004 Catalog Description Development of managerial and leadership abilities, maximizing performance-oriented 'hands-on' training. Students learn advanced infantry tactics and demonstrate their leadership potential using this medium. Students are required to lead in drill and ceremony, physical training, and tactical infantry situations. The training is intended to prepare the student for the ROTC Advanced Camp experienced normally in the summer prior to the senior year or 4th year of ROTC. Lecture 3 hours, laboratory 3 hours per week, plus 3 hours of physical training are conducted weekly. One weekend field training exercise is required per semester. This course focuses on the development of managerial and leadership abilities and the practical application of these skills during 'hands-on' training. Students learn advanced infantry tactics and demonstrate their leadership potential using this medium. Students are required to lead in drill and ceremony, physical training, and tactical situations. This course prepares the student to excel at the ROTC Advanced Camp (normally attended during the summer between the junior and senior year). One 48 hour weekend field training exercise is required per semester. Lecture 2 hours, laboratory 3 hours, physical training 4 hours (conducted Monday - Thursday) per week.
  Prerequisite(s) Junior standing plus one of the following conditions: completion of ROTC basic camp, veteran status, or completion of basic training with any component of the U.S. Armed Forces. Students must also obtain consent from the MSIII Advisor and the Professor of Military Science. Departmental consent and (MILS 1001, MILS 1011, MILS 2002, and MILS 2012; or completion of Army ROTC Basic Camp; or completion of basic training with any component of the U.S. Armed Forces).
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2017
  Typically Offered Fall
  Justification Course description changed to match descriptions of Army courses.
  allcodes MILS 3004
MILS 3014 Catalog Description Development of managerial and leadership abilities, maximizing performance-oriented 'hands-on' training. Students learn advanced infantry tactics and demonstrate their leadership potential using this medium. Students are required to lead in drill and ceremony, physical training, and tactical infantry situations. The training is intended to prepare the student for the ROTC Advanced Camp experienced normally in the summer prior to the senior year or 4th year of ROTC. Lecture 3 hours, laboratory 3 hours per week, plus 3 hours of physical training are conducted weekly. One weekend field training exercise is required per semester. Continuation of MILS 3004. This course prepares the student to excel at the ROTC Advanced Camp (normally attended during the summer between the junior and senior year). Requirements include one 48 hour weekend field training exercise per semester. Lecture 2 hours, laboratory 3 hours, physical training 4 hours (conducted Monday - Thursday) per week.
  Prerequisite(s) Junior standing plus one of the following conditions: completion of ROTC basic camp, veteran status, or completion of basic training with any component of the U.S. Armed Forces. Students must also obtain consent from the MSIII Advisor and the Professor of Military Science. Departmental consent and MILS 1001, MILS 1011, MILS 2002, MILS 2012 and MILS 3004; or completion of Army ROTC Basic Camp; or completion of basic training with any component of the U.S. Armed Forces.
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2017
  Typically Offered Spring
  Justification Course description changed to match Army course descriptions
  allcodes MILS 3014
MILS 4004 Catalog Description The study of various military organizations and their role in military operations. Discussion of command and staff management in military organizations, executive responsibility of Army commissioned officers, service customs, courtesies, and traditions. The senior year includes the study of personnel management, professional ethics, the military justice system, and the Army's training and maintenance management system. Lecture 3 hours, laboratory 3 hours, physical training 3 hours per week. MS IV cadets plan and participate in 1 field training exercise per semester. This course focuses on the study of various military organizations and their role in military operations. Discussion of command and staff management in military organizations, executive responsibility of Army commissioned officers, service customs, courtesies, and traditions. The senior year includes the study of personnel management, professional ethics, the military justice system, and the Army's training and maintenance management system. This course prepares students to assume responsibilities as a commissioned officer upon graduation. One 48 hour weekend field training exercise is required per semester. Lecture 2 hours, laboratory 3 hours, physical training 4 hours (conducted Monday - Thursday) per week.
  Prerequisite(s) Successful completion of MS III course work (MILS 3004 and MILS 3014). Departmental consent and MILS 3004 and MILS 3014.
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2017
  Typically Offered Fall
  Justification Course description changed to match Army course description
  allcodes MILS 4004
MILS 4014 Catalog Description The study of various military organizations and their role in military operations. Discussion of command and staff management in military organizations, executive responsibility of Army commissioned officers, service customs, courtesies, and traditions. The senior year includes the study of personnel management, professional ethics, the military justice system, and the Army's training and maintenance management system. Lecture 3 hours, laboratory 3 hours, physical training 3 hours per week. MS IV cadets plan and participate in 1 field training exercise per semester. Continuation of MILS 4004. This course prepares students to assume responsibilities as a commissioned officer upon graduation. One 48 hour weekend field training exercise is required per semester. Lecture 2 hours, laboratory 3 hours, physical training 4 hours (conducted Monday - Thursday) per week.
  Prerequisite(s) Successful completion of MS III course work. Departmental consent and MILS 3004, MILS 3014 and MILS 4004.
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2017
  Typically Offered Spring
  Justification Course description changed to match Army course description
  allcodes MILS 4014
MKTG 4453 Added
MKTG 5523 Added
MKTG 5563 Short Course Title CONTEMP TOPICS IN RETAIL RETAIL STRATEGY
  Catalog Title Contemporary Topics in Retail Retail Strategy
  Course Delivery Method On campus
Off campus
ONLN
On campus
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2017 Spring 2018
  Typically Offered Spring
  allcodes MKTG 5563
MKTG 6413 Proposed Effective Date Spring 2018
  Typically Offered Irregular
  Course Delivery Method On campus
Off campus
  Off Campus Delivery Online/Web-based
  Topics Marketing Analytics
  Justification Course will be offered to MBA and EMBA students
MKTG 4003H Catalog Title Honors Marketing and Transportation Colloquium (Fa) Honors Marketing and Transportation Colloquium
  Create Topic Name? No Yes
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2018
  Academic Level Undergraduate
  Typically Offered Irregular
  Course Delivery Method On campus
  Topics Special Topics - Varies with offering
  Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Justification Making a small change inorder for us to allow students to see the topic is offered each time this class is taught.
MUAC 3401 Added
MUAC 3411 Added
MUAC 4401 Added
MUAC 4411 Added
MUAP 2001 Prerequisite(s) Two semesters of MUAP 1001 and recommendation of the instructor. Two hours of MUAP 1001 and recommendation of the instructor.
  Justification No longer offered in the summer. syncing data
  Typically Offered Fall and Spring
  allcodes MUAP 2001
MUEN 1431 Create Non Credit Lab? Yes No
  Catalog Title Symphony Orchestra I (Sp, Fa) Symphony Orchestra I
  Corequisite(s) Lab component.
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2018
  Academic Level Undergraduate
  Typically Offered Fall and Spring
  Course Delivery Method On campus
  Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Justification Class time extended so lab is no longer necessary.
MUEN 5881 Added
MUHS 3503 Added
MUPD 3883 Added
MUTH 3733 Added
MUTH 3743 Added
NURS 4023 Added
NURS 4063 Added
NURS 4092 Added
NURS 4112 Catalog Description The course focuses on teaching/learning and the professional nurse's role in health promotion and disease prevention. A variety of health education and health promotion strategies are presented and evaluated. This is a Level II course. The online version of this course is limited to RN-BSN students only. The course focuses on teaching/learning and the professional nurse's role in health promotion and disease prevention. A variety of health education and health promotion strategies are presented and evaluated. This is a Level II course.
  Course Delivery Method On campus
ONLN
On campus
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2017 Fall 2018
  Prerequisite(s) Admission to the nursing program, and completion of Level I courses or RNBN concentration. Admission to the nursing program, and completion of Level I courses.
  Justification Course is offered every term for RNBN concentration Removed references to RN-BSN program and online delivery. Course will be taught on campus only.
  Typically Offered Fall and Spring
  Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  allcodes NURS 4112
NURS 4252 Prerequisite(s) Completion of Level I courses. Pre- or Completion of Level I courses.
  Proposed Effective Date Fall 2016
  Justification removed typo
NURS 4603 Catalog Description The course focuses on theories and concepts in community health nursing. Health resources are explored in a variety of settings. This is a Level II course. The online version of this course is limited to RN-BSN students only. The online RN-BSN student is exempt from the corequisite requirement. The course focuses on theories and concepts in community health nursing. Health resources are explored in a variety of settings. This is a Level II course.
  Course Delivery Method On campus
Off campus
ONLN
On campus
Off campus
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2017 Fall 2018
  Prerequisite(s) Completion of Level I courses and NURS 4112, NURS 4154, NURS 4164, NURS 4242, NURS 4252, and NURS 4262 or RNBN concentration. Completion of Level I courses and NURS 4112, NURS 4154, NURS 4164, NURS 4242, NURS 4252, and NURS 4262.
  Corequisite(s) NURS 4613 or RNBN concentration. NURS 4613.
  Typically Offered Fall, Spring and Summer
  Off Campus Delivery Study Abroad
  Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Additional Notes Removed references to RNBN program and online offerings.
  allcodes NURS 4603
NURS 4722 Catalog Description Clinical immersion experience that approximates the role of a beginning BSN nurse generalist. The online version of this course is limited to RN-BSN students only. The online RN-BSN student is exempt from the corequisite requirement. Clinical immersion experience that approximates the role of a beginning BSN nurse generalist.
  Course Delivery Method On campus
ONLN
On campus
  Proposed Effective Date Summer 2016 Fall 2018
  Prerequisite(s) Completion of Level I courses and NURS 4112, NURS 4154, NURS 4164, NURS 4242, NURS 4252, NURS 4262 or RNBN concentration. To be taken in final semester of the RN-BSN program of study. Completion of Level I courses and NURS 4112, NURS 4154, NURS 4164, NURS 4242, NURS 4252, NURS 4262.
  Corequisite(s) NURS 4712 or RNBN concentration. NURS 4712.
  Justification NURS 4712 is not required for RNBN plan of study. Removed references to RN-BSN program and online delivery. Course is taught on campus only.
  Typically Offered Fall and Spring
  Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  allcodes NURS 4722
NURS 5033 Short Course Title ROLE DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATIONS/ROLE DEVELOPMENT
  Catalog Title Role Development Scientific Foundations and Role Development in Advanced Practice Nursing
  Catalog Description Examines the role development of advanced practices in nursing and the evolution of the Doctorate of Nursing Practice. Concepts include role development, interdisciplinary communication and collaborative strategies, patient advocacy and serving as change agent for role implementation. Examines development of the advanced practice nursing role and evolution of the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP). Concepts include scientific foundations of practice, role development, interdisciplinary collaborative strategies, advanced scope of practice, patient advocacy, and legal/ethical principles in the advanced practice role.
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2017 Fall 2018
  Justification Enforcing requisites. Title change is reflective of reorganization of course content; revisions to course outcomes are needed to address professional standards.
  Typically Offered Fall
  Off Campus Delivery Online/Web-based
  Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Syllabus NURS 5033 Roles.docx
  allcodes NURS 5033
NURS 5101 Catalog Title Advanced Health Assessment, Physical Examination and Diagnostic Reasoning Advanced Health Assessment and Diagnostic Reasoning
  Course Code NURS 5102 NURS 5101
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2017 Fall 2018
  Course Number 5102 5101
  Corequisite(s) NURS 5111. NURS 5112.
  Credit Hours 2 1
  Justification Enforcing requisites. To fairly distribute clinical hours in relation to didactic hours. Content in course does not change.
  Typically Offered Fall
  Off Campus Delivery Online/Web-based
  Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Prerequisite(s) Completion of DNP Core Courses.
  Syllabus NURS 5101 AHA Syllabus-101217.doc
  Additional Notes Core Courses for BSN to DNP:
ESRM 6403: Educational Statistics and Data Processing
NURS 5003: Theoretical & Scientific Foundations for Nursing Practice
NURS 5033: Role Development
NURS 5043: Concepts of Health Promotion within Diverse Populations
NURS 5053: Evidence-based Practice & Innovations in Nursing
NURS 5102: Advanced health assessment, physical examination, & diagnostic
reasoning
NURS 5111: Clinical practicum for Advanced Health assessment, Physical Exam,
& diagnostic reasoning
NURS 5143: Advanced Pathophysiology
NURS 6613: Epidemiology
NURS 5123: Pharmacotherapeutics for Advanced Practice Nursing
NURS 5523: Healthcare Informatics
NURS 6123: Evaluation methods & translational research for evidence-based
Practice
NURS 5063: Health care policy
NURS 6263: Organizational Management & Systems Leadership
NURS 6233: Health Care Economics & Finance

Core Courses for MSN to DNP
NURS 5063: Health Care Policy
NURS 6613: Epidemiology
NURS 5523: Healthcare Informatics
NURS 6263: Organizational Management & Systems Leadership
NURS 6123: Evaluation Methods & Translational Research for Eviden
  Reviewer Comments ac087 - Wed, 18 Oct 2017 21:18:44 GMT - Rollback: please provide a list of the courses that satisfy the DNP core course list.
  allcodes NURS 5101
NURS 5112 Short Course Title CP: ADV HEALTH ASSESSMENT ADV HEALTH ASSESS PRACTICUM
  Catalog Title Clinical Practicum: Advanced Health Assessment, Physical Examination, and Diagnostic Reasoning Advanced Health Assessment and Diagnostic Reasoning Clinical Practicum
  Catalog Description Focus is on the application of skilled critical thinking, clinical decision making, diagnostic reasoning, and advanced physical examination techniques to develop differential diagnoses, problem list, and a plan of care for individual clients. Focus is on the application of clinical decision making, diagnostic reasoning, and advanced physical examination techniques to develop differential diagnoses, problem list, and a plan of care for individual clients.
  Course Code NURS 5111 NURS 5112
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2017 Fall 2018
  Course Number 5111 5112
  Corequisite(s) NURS 5102. NURS 5101.
  Credit Hours 1 2
  Justification Enforcing requisites. To fairly distribute clinical hours in relation to didactic hours. Content in course does not change, but clinical hours increased from 45 to 90 hours.
  Typically Offered Fall
  Off Campus Delivery Online/Web-based
  Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Syllabus NURS 5112 AHA Practicum Syllabus-101217.docx
  allcodes NURS 5112
NURS 5332 Added
NURS 5434 Added
NURS 5443 Short Course Title CHRONIC HEALTH CHRONIC HEALTH: AGACNP
  Catalog Title Chronic Health Problems in Adult and Geriatric Populations Chronic Health Problems in Adult and Gerontology Populations
  Catalog Description Explores evidence-based models for the management of selected chronic conditions, focusing on the holistic assessment and treatment of individuals and families. Utilizes advanced theories, concepts, knowledge, and skill in the care of diverse adult and geriatric populations with complex chronic health problems. Prerequisite or Corequisite: NURS 6123. Explores evidence-based models for the management of selected chronic conditions, focusing on assessment and treatment of individuals and families. Utilizes advanced theories, concepts, knowledge, and skill in the care of diverse adult and geriatric populations with complex chronic health problems.
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2017 Fall 2018
  Prerequisite(s) Completion of core courses. Completion of core courses and NURS 5101, NURS 5112, NURS 5424, and NURS 5442.
  Justification Enforcing requisites. Re-alignment of course work and title to more accurately reflect progression in the program and to align with DNP Essentials, ANCC, and NONPF guidelines for AGACNP track.
  Typically Offered Fall
  Off Campus Delivery Online/Web-based
  Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Syllabus NURS 5443 Syllabus-revised.docx
  Additional Notes Core Courses for BSN to DNP:
ESRM 6403: Educational Statistics and Data Processing
NURS 5003: Theoretical & Scientific Foundations for Nursing Practice
NURS 5033: Role Development
NURS 5043: Concepts of Health Promotion within Diverse Populations
NURS 5053: Evidence-based Practice & Innovations in Nursing
NURS 5102: Advanced health assessment, physical examination, & diagnostic
reasoning
NURS 5111: Clinical practicum for Advanced Health assessment, Physical Exam,
& diagnostic reasoning
NURS 5143: Advanced Pathophysiology
NURS 6613: Epidemiology
NURS 5123: Pharmacotherapeutics for Advanced Practice Nursing
NURS 5523: Healthcare Informatics
NURS 6123: Evaluation methods & translational research for evidence-based
Practice
NURS 5063: Health care policy
NURS 6263: Organizational Management & Systems Leadership
NURS 6233: Health Care Economics & Finance

Core Courses for MSN to DNP
NURS 5063: Health Care Policy
NURS 6613: Epidemiology
NURS 5523: Healthcare Informatics
NURS 6263: Organizational Management & Systems Leadership
NURS 6123: Evaluation Methods & Translational Research for Eviden

This is part of the NURSDP-FNPR program.
  Reviewer Comments ac087 - Wed, 18 Oct 2017 21:02:06 GMT - Rollback: please provide a list of the courses that satisfy the core course list. Also, course references prerequisites that have been rolled back due to repeat numbers, will need to change the numbers once a new number is selected.
  allcodes NURS 5443
NURS 5454 Catalog Title Adult-Geriatric (Chronic) Clinical I Chronic Health Problems in Adult and Gerontology Populations Clinical Practicum
  Catalog Description Focuses on the management of individuals with complex, chronic health problems. Emphasis is on the application of theoretical concepts, assessment skills, critical thinking, and evidence-based standards to formulate differential diagnoses, clinical impressions, treatment, and evaluation plans in the acute or outpatient setting. Focuses on the management of adult-gerontology populations with complex, chronic health problems. Emphasis is on the application of theoretical concepts, assessment skills, clinical decision making, and evidence-based standards to formulate diagnoses, clinical impressions, treatment, and evaluation plans in the acute or out-patient setting.
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2017 Fall 2018
  Prerequisite(s) Completion of core courses. (Completion of core courses: NURS 5003, 5033, 5043, 5053, 5143, 5063, 5523), and (completion of specialty clinical courses NURS 5101, NURS 5112, NURS 5434, and NURS 5332).
  Justification Enforcing requisites. Re-alignment of course work and title to more accurately reflect progression in the program and to align with DNP Essentials, ANCC, and NONPF guidelines for the AGACNP.
  Typically Offered Fall
  Off Campus Delivery Online/Web-based
  Syllabus NURS 5454 Syllabus-revised.docx
  Reviewer Comments ac087 - Wed, 18 Oct 2017 20:17:15 GMT - Rollback: please provide a list of the courses that satisfy the core course list, also are NURS 5101, NURS 5112, NURS 5424, and NURS 5442 in addition to the core courses or are they the core courses?
afrankl - Thu, 19 Oct 2017 19:26:30 GMT - NURS 5424 is now NURS 5434 and NURS 5442 is now 5332 on pre-requisite clinical specialty courses.
  allcodes NURS 5454
NURS 5463 Short Course Title ACUTE/CRITICAL ILLNESS ACUTE/CRITICAL ILLNESS: AGACNP
  Catalog Title Acute and Critical Illness in Adult and Geriatric Populations Acute and Critical Illness in Adult and Gerontology Populations
  Catalog Description Provides an in-depth knowledge of management of acutely and critically ill adults. Emphasis is on the use of evidence-based knowledge to formulate differential diagnoses, diagnoses, treatment and evaluation plans, and outcome parameters for adults who have complex acute or critical health problems, or are at high risk for developing complications. Provides an in-depth knowledge of management of acutely and critically ill adults. Emphasis is on the use of evidence-based knowledge to formulate diagnoses, treatment, evaluation plans, and referral for adults who have complex acute or critical health problems, or are at high risk for developing complications.
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2017 Spring 2019
  Prerequisite(s) NURS 5443 and NURS 5454. NURS 5101, NURS 5112, NURS 5424, NURS 5442, NURS 5443, and NURS 5454.
  Component Type Practicum Lecture
  Justification Enforcing requisites. Re-alignment of course work to more accurately reflect progression in program and to align with DNP Essentials, ANCC, and NONPF guidelines for the AGACNP.
  Typically Offered Spring
  Off Campus Delivery Online/Web-based
  Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Syllabus NURS 5463 Syllabus-revised.docx
  allcodes NURS 5463
NURS 5475 Short Course Title ADULT/GERIATRIC CLIN II ACUTE/CRITICAL ILLNESS AGACNP
  Catalog Title Adult-Geriatric (Acute/Critical) Clinical II Acute and Critical Illness in Adult and Gerontology Populations Clinical Practicum
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2017 Spring 2019
  Prerequisite(s) NURS 5443 and NURS 5454. NURS 5101, 5112, NURS 5424, NURS 5442, NURS 5443 and NURS 5454.
  Justification Enforcing requisites. Re-alignment of course work to more accurately reflect progression in program and to align with DNP Essentials, ANCC, and NONPF guidelines for the AGACNP.
  Typically Offered Spring
  Off Campus Delivery Online/Web-based
  Title/Description Change Type Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change
  Syllabus NURS 5475 Syllabus-revised.docx
  allcodes NURS 5475
NURS 5483 Short Course Title PRIM CARE EMERGING ISSUES COMMON PROBLEMS PRIMARY CARE
  Catalog Title Primary Care of Emerging Issues Common Problems in Primary Care
  Catalog Description Focuses on evidence-based models for the management of common health conditions in family practice, focusing on the holistic assessment and treatment of adults across the lifespan and their families. Emphasis on assessment, diagnosis and treatment of emerging conditions common to primary practice and walk-in clinics, and includes health promotion. Utilizes advanced theories, concepts, knowledge, and skill in the care of diverse family populations with emerging conditions. Examines principles of pathological mechanisms of disease, refines knowledge for thorough history taking, physical examination, and clinical decision-making for men, women, and families with common illnesses treated in primary care.
  Course Delivery Method ONLN Off campus
  Syllabus NURS 5483 Emerging.docx NURS 5483 Common Px DidacticSYLLABUS (5).docx
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2017 Fall 2018
  Prerequisite(s) NURS 5102, NURS 5111 and NURS 5272. NURS 5101, NURS 5112, NURS 5543, and NURS 5683.
  Justification Enforcing requisites. Re-alignment of course work and title to more accurately reflect progression in program and to align with DNP Essentials, and FNP NONPF criteria. Women and men incorporated into common problems seen.
  Typically Offered Fall
  Off Campus Delivery Online/Web-based
  allcodes NURS 5483
NURS 5495 Short Course Title PRIMARY CARE EMERGING ISSUES COMMON PROBLEMS FNP PRACTICUM
  Catalog Title Primary Care of Emerging Issues Common Problems in Primary Care Clinical Practicum
  Catalog Description Clinical component to 5483. Focuses on the management of individuals with acute and complex health conditions in the adult population. Emphasis on application of theoretical concepts, assessment skills, critical thinking, and evidence-based standards to formulate differential diagnoses, clinical impressions, treatment, and evaluation plans in family practice. Clinical component to 5483 Common Problems Primary Care. Refines skills for thorough history taking, physical examination, and clinical decision-making for men, women, and families with common illnesses treated in primary care.
  Course Delivery Method ONLN Off campus
  Syllabus NURS 5495 EmergClinical.docx NURS 5495 Common Px Practicum Syllabus.docx
  Reviewer Comments kjvestal - Wed, 10 Feb 2016 14:17:51 GMT - Rollback: Rolling back for title editing.
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2017 Fall 2018
  Prerequisite(s) NURS 5454. NURS 5101, NURS 5112, NURS 5543, and NURS 5683.
  Justification Course title and description must be specific to course content as required by FNP national credentialing bodies. To align this clinical course with 5483 (didactic content); to move women and men to this clinical rotation. Aligns with DNP Essentials, NONPF criteria
  Typically Offered Spring
  Off Campus Delivery Online/Web-based
  allcodes NURS 5495
NURS 5543 Short Course Title PRIMARY CARE WOMEN & CHILD PRIMARY CARE OF CHILDREN
  Catalog Title Primary Care of Women and Children Primary Care of Children
  Catalog Description Focuses on evidence-based models for the management of women and children, focusing on the holistic assessment and treatment of these populations, as well as their families. Emphasis on assessment, diagnosis and treatment of conditions common to primary practice, women's health and pediatric clinics, and including health promotion. Utilizes advanced theories, concepts, knowledge, and skill in the care of diverse populations with common conditions. Focuses on evidence-based models for the management of children from diverse cultures with common conditions in primary care. Includes anticipatory guidance, health promotion, and disease prevention. Emphasis on application of theoretical concepts, assessment skills, clinical decision-making, and evidence-based standards to formulate differential diagnoses, clinical impressions, treatment, and evaluation plans in primary care.
  Syllabus NURS 5542 Care of WomenChildren (003).docx
NURS 5543 Primary Care of Women & Children.docx
NURS 5543 Primary Care of Children.docx
  Proposed Effective Date Summer 2017 Spring 2019
  Prerequisite(s) NURS 5102, NURS 5111, NURS 5143, and NURS 5123. NURS 5101 and NURS 5112.
  Justification Corrected requisite course number - NURS 5102 instead of 5012. Moving primary care of women to common problems, to focus entirely on children in this course, to comply with national examination blueprints.
  Typically Offered Spring
  allcodes NURS 5543
NURS 5683 Short Course Title PRM CARE WOMEN CHILD CLINIC PRM CARE CHILDREN PRACTICUM
  Catalog Title Primary Care of Women and Children Clinical Practicum Primary Care of Children Clinical Practicum
  Course Delivery Method ONLN Off campus
  Syllabus NURS 5682 WomenChildren Clinical.docx
NURS 5683 WomenChildren Clinical.docx
NURS 5683 Prmary Care of Children ClinicalPrac (1).docx
  Proposed Effective Date Summer 2017 Spring 2019
  Prerequisite(s) NURS 5102, NURS 5111, NURS 5123, and NURS 5143. NURS 5101 and NURS 5112
  Corequisite(s) NURS 5543. NURS 5543
  Justification This course must be changed to a 3-credit course based on the clinical practicum requirements prescribed by national credentialing bodies. Moving primary care of women to common problems, to focus entirely on children in this course, to comply with national examination blueprints.
  Typically Offered Spring
  Off Campus Delivery Online/Web-based
  allcodes NURS 5683
NURS 5873 Added
NURS 5884 Added
NURS 6224 Short Course Title SP: CLINICAL III DNP CLINICAL I
  Catalog Title Specialty Practice Clinical III DNP Clinical Practicum I
  Proposed Effective Date Spring 2017 Summer 2018
  Justification Enforcing graduate requisites. Provides the essential clinical experiences for doctoral level advanced-practice nursing practice. Title updated to reflect professional expectations.
  Typically Offered Summer
  Off Campus Delivery Online/Web-based
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