Minutes of the February 18, 2000 Meeting
PRESENT: Amy Anderson, Scott Bradley, Tom Colwin, George Ferencz, Melissa Hinderman, Phil Johns, Marilyn Lavin, Jo Ann Oravec, Ann Ruff, Larry Schuetz, Jim Stewart, Richard Telfer, Lance Urven, Sally Vogl-Bauer, and Meg Waraczynski
ABSENT: Shannon Duchow, Lucas Derry, Greg Green, Larry Kenney, Jim Meyer, and David Remmele
Dick Telfer called the meeting to order at 2:18 p.m.
George Ferencz moved approval of the agenda with a modification to withdraw item # 9 per the CCC Chair's request. Marilyn Lavin seconded the motion, which carried.
The February 4, 2000 minutes were approved on a George Ferencz/Phil Johns motion.
The proposal from the College of Business and Economics for a change in the BBA Degree was approved on a Marilyn Lavin/Tom Colwin motion.
Marilyn Lavin moved, and Sally Vogl-Bauer seconded, the Accounting Department's proposals to receive and record the change in credits for 210-493 Internship in Accounting and to approve the proposal for a change in major for the Accounting (BBA) After some discussion regarding the proposals response to the "relationship to mission" item, a subcommittee was formed (Marilyn Lavin, Larry Schuetz, Dick Telfer, and Lance Urven) to draft instructions for the departments addressing when this item is critical and when it may be less important. The motion to receive and record the change then carried.
The proposal for a change in the Asian Studies Minor from the Asian Studies Program was approved on a Meg Waraczynski/Phil Johns motion.
Lance Urven moved to receive and record the Biological Sciences Department's proposals for a change in contact hours and description for course 630-415 Endocrinology; a change in contact hours, credit hours, and description for course 630-120 Biological Foundations; a change in number for Writing in Biology (from 630-300 to 630-200); and a change in requisite for course 630-214 Ecology and Society as a package. Meg Waraczynski seconded the motion, which carried. Lance Urven then moved, and Meg Waraczynski seconded, approval of the new course 630-110 BOB: Biology of the Brain and the change in submajors Biology - Ecology/Field Emphasis (BA/BS/BSE) and Biology - General Biology Emphasis (BA/BS/BSE) as a package. That motion also carried.
The proposal for a change in requisites for course 220-493 Computer End User Internship from the Business Education and Office Systems Department was received and recorded on a Jo Ann Oravec/Sally Vogl-Bauer motion.
The Marilyn Lavin moved to receive and record the proposal from the Management Department for a change in title for course 250-456. Jo Ann Oravec seconded the motion, and the motion carried.
The cross-listed proposal from the Sociology Department and the Race and Ethnic Cultures Program for a change in title and requisites for course 614/880-470 was received and recorded on a Phil Johns/Scott Bradley motion.
Sally Vogl-Bauer raised a question to whether departments may allow students to demonstrate proficiencies (e.g., writing proficiencies) through testing. The consensus was that there are precedents on campus where students may test out of proficiency course requirements.
The meeting adjourned at 2:42 p.m. on a Tom Colwin/Lance Urven motion.