Agenda for March 12, 2015

MEMORANDUM

 TO:        College of Education & Professional Studies Undergraduate Curriculum Committee

 FROM:  Rowand Robinson, Chair

 RE:        Agenda items for March 12, 2015 8:00 a.m. Winther Hall 1013

 DATE:  March 5, 2015

 1. Roll

 2. Approval of Agenda

 3. Approval of the minutes of December 11, 2014

 4. Curricular/Action Items:

               HEALTH, PHYSICAL EDUCATION, RECREATION, AND COACHING

                              Form4R- Change in credit, PEPROF328, Physical Education for the Classroom Teacher

Form2-  Change in Submajor, MSE, MSE-PD Higher Education Leadership Emphasis (HELEAD)

Form4R-  Number Change and Add Cross-Listing, HELEAD/RECREATION/COACHING 702

Form4R-  Add Cross-Listing, RECREATION/COACHING/HEALTHED/PEPROF 779

Form4R-  Add Cross-Listing, HELEAD/PEPROF/HEALTHED/RECREATION/COACHING 781

Form1-  New Emphasis Area, MSE, Higher Education Athletics Administration

Form3-  New Course, Issues, Perspectives and Directions in Higher Education HELEAD 723

Form3-  New Course, NCAA Governance and Compliance HELEAD 730

Form3-  New Course, Budget and Financial Management in Athletics and Higher Education HELEAD 731   

Form3-  New Course, Event Management, Marketing and Sponsorship in Athletics HELEAD 732

Program Form - Change in BSE Economics (BSE)

Program Form - Change in BSE Social Studies Broadfield - Sociology Emphasis (BSE)

Program Form - Change in BSE EDBSESOC: Sociology (BSE)

 5.  Information Items:

 6. New Business: 

 7. Old Business: 

 It is strongly encouraged that the sponsor of a proposal follow their proposal through the College Curriculum Committee and the University Curriculum Committee until it has been passed. The sponsor is in the best position to respond to questions concerning their proposal and in expediting the approval process.

 After brief discussion, it was resolved that from now on the committee may approve proposals with minor editorial corrections but will not approve proposals pending substantial revision. Departments should ensure that proposals are clear and complete before placing them on the Curriculum Committee agenda. 

 SPECIAL COURSES RECEIVED

Special Education, Seminar 494, Transitioning Successfully to College, Term to be offered:  Summer 2015, submitted 1/12/15.

Special Education, Workshop 490, Outdoor Recreation and Education, Term to be offered:  Fall 2015, submitted 1/26/15.