|Code||Field||Old Value||New Value|
|MBAD 5231||allcodes||SEVI 537V||MBAD 5231|
|Proposed Effective Date||Fall 2021||Summer 2022|
|Department Code||Department of Strategy, Entrepreneurship and Venture Innovation (SEVI)||Department of Business Dean (WCBD)|
|Subject Code||Strategy, Entrepreneurship and Venture Innovation (SEVI)||Master of Business Administration (MBAD)|
|Maximum Credit Hours||3||NA|
|Catalog Title||Global Business||Intro to Global Business|
|Short Course Title||GLOBAL BUSINESS||INTRO GLOBAL BUSINESS|
|Cross-listed with:||Global Business||NA|
|Justiﬁcation||Modify course preﬁx to new Strategy, Entrepreneurship, Venture and Innovation code/departmental preﬁx||previous course was cross listed between ECON and SEVI. new course preﬁx attached to simplify future offerings and faculty assignment under MBA Programs|
|Reviewer Comments||ac087 - Fri, 17 Apr 2020 16:55:27 GMT -
changed effective date from Fall 2020 to Fall 2021. Coinciding program changes will not complete approval process in time for Fall 2020.
cladmin-pkramer - Fri, 19 Feb 2021 14:12:28 GMT - CourseLeaf Support: Found SEVI subject had erroneous space character appended.
Corrected subject code from `SEVI ` to `SEVI`.
|ac087 - Fri, 20 Aug 2021 14:32:28 GMT -
Rollback: a new course with the same title, same catalog number except number of credit hours has also been submitted. Only one course can contain the ﬁrst three digits of
553. Also are these meant to be two separate courses, if so the title should be different.
|Course Code||SEVI 537V||MBAD 5231|
|Is course a General Education Course?||NA||No|
|Title/Description Change Type||NA||Minor (stylistic/editorial) Change|
|Additional Notes||NA||no new syllabus. content and student learning outcomes remain the same.|
|OCTH 5142||allcodes||OCTH 5141||OCTH 5142|
|Proposed Effective Date||Fall 2020||Spring 2022|
|Catalog Description||This one credit course introduces the principles of scientiﬁc
research, with evidence based practice in occupational therapy research in
mind. Students will learn how to narrow down a topic, conduct library
searches and navigate the different databases in
order to locate relevant and reliable sources. Students will read, analyze and critique scientiﬁc research based on the research question asked and the methodology used. Additionally, students will learn about human participants' protection and ethical concerns in research. A culminative project is to write a small literature review following the APA style.
|Students are introduced to principles of scientiﬁc research that promote evidence- based OT practice and scholarly inquiry. Students will also learn how to locate, read, analyze, synthesize, and assess the strengths and limitations of research articles and different research methodologies and explore the ethical dimensions of human subject research. The ﬁnal outcome will be a well written literature review following the APA style of writing.|
|Justiﬁcation||Course descriptions and learning objectives have been modiﬁed to better reflect the educational model (Subject Centered Integrated Learning for OT, SCIL-OT) upon which the curriculum is based||Attach syllabus and minor change in description and increase to two credit hours. During our accreditation self-study, we identiﬁed that we needed to improve the strength of our research courses. We have compensated for this increased credit hour by eliminating OCTH 6631 for the cohort that begins in January 2022.|
|Syllabus||CHP_OCTH_5141_Syllabus_Final.docx||CHP_OCTH_5142_SPRING2021 - 1
|Course Code||OCTH 5141||OCTH 5142|
|Reviewer Comments||NA||muir - Wed, 11 Aug 2021 20:01:06 GMT - We
meant to increase this course to TWO credit hours before it was sent through the approval process. Please return it back to us or make that change, if able. Thank you.
lkulcza - Fri, 13 Aug 2021 18:10:07 GMT - Rollback: Rolling back at the request of the dean's ofﬁce.
ac087 - Mon, 16 Aug 2021 20:08:14 GMT -
Changing effective date from Fall 2021 to Spring 2022. Course will not complete approval process in time for Fall 2021 start of term.