Current Graduate Council

Graduate Council - April 2008 Agenda

MEMORANDUM

March 27, 2008
TO: Members of the Graduate Council
FROM: John Stone, Dean, School of Graduate Studies and Continuing Education
RE: Graduate Council Meeting of 3 April 2008

The Graduate Council will meet at
2:15pm
Thursday, 3 April 2008
UC 259A


AGENDA

  1. Approval of Minutes from the January 31, 2008 Meeting.
  2. Announcements
    1. System Wide Graduate Enrollments 1997-2007 (Headcount; FTE)
    2. Summer Enrollments/Graduate Enrollments 2008
    3. Graduate Assistantship Assignments 2008-09
  3. Information Only Items
    1. Curricular Action: Course Title Change from the Department of Management: MANGEMNT 751 FROM: Seminar in Human Resource Management TO: Staffing & Evaluation
    2. Curricular Action: Course Description Change, Title Change, and Requisite Change from the Department of IT/BE: ITBE 734 FROM: Introduction to Computer-based Information Systems TO: Management Information Systems
  4. New Business
    1. Curricular Action: Deletion of Submajor in the MBA program: Delete Technology and Training Emphasis
    2. Curricular Action: Change in Operations and Supply Change Management Submajor in the MBA program: Add MANGEMNT 793 Practicum in Management as elective
    3. Curricular Action: New Course from the Department of Management: MANGEMNT 793 Practicum in Management
    4. Curricular Action: Course Revision, Description Change, Title Change, Requisite Change and Credit Change from the Department of Curriculum and Instruction Department: READING 766 FROM: Diagnosis & Remediation K-6 TO: Clinical Diagnosis & Literacy Instruction (K-12) (3 units to 5 units)
    5. Curricular Action: Course Revision, Description Change, Title Change, Unit Change from the Department of Curriculum and Instruction: READING 767 FROM: Diagnosis & Treatment of Reading Disabilities (7-12) TO: Classroom Literacy Assessment and Intervention (K-12) (3 units to 5 units) (Syllabus)
    6. Curricular Action: Course Revision, Description Change, Title Change, and Unit Change from the Department of Curriculum and Instruction: READING 773 & CIFLD 774 Field Experience in Reading Programs FROM: Research Related to the Teaching of Reading TO: Literacy Research: Theory and Application

Attachments

c.    Interim Chancellor Telfer, Interim Provost Heyer, Associate Vice Chancellor Monfils, Deans, Department Chairs, Program Coordinators, Marketing and Media Relations