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Graduate Council - Archives December 2004 Agenda

MEMORANDUM

2 December , 2004
TO: Members of the Graduate Council
FROM: John Stone, School of Graduate Studies and Continuing Education
RE: Graduate Council Meeting of 9 December 2004

The Graduate Council will meet at
2:15pm
Thursday, 9 December 2004
Library 2254


AGENDA

  1. Approval of minutes from the November 4, 2004, meeting.
  2. Announcements
    1. Graduate Student Enrollments for Spring 2005 (see attachment)
    2. Graduate Assistantship & Fellowships for 2005-2006 (see attachment)
  3. Information Only (to be Received and Recorded) (Overview)
    1. Curricular Action: Course Deletion from the Department of Information Technology/Business Education: MANGEMNT 705 Information Systems Foundations.
    2. Curricular Action: Course Deletion from the Department of Information Technology/Business Education: MANGEMNT 742 Decision Support Systems.
    3. Curricular Action: Course Deletion from the Department of Information Technology/Business Education: MANGEMNT 754 Expert Systems in Business.
    4. Curricular Action: Course Deletion from the Department of Information Technology/Business Education: MANGEMNT 784 Simulation for Managerial Decision Making.
    5. Curricular Action: Number Change from the Department of Information Technology/Business Education: Introduction to Computer Based Information Systems FROM: MANGEMNT 734 TO: ITBE 734.
    6. Curricular Action: Number Change from the Department of Information Technology/Business Education: Database Management: FROM: MANGEMNT 743 TO: ITBE 743.
  4. New Business
    1. Curricular Action: Deletion of Submajor: Decision Support Systems.
    2. Curricular Action: Change in MBA and MS-Business Education Majors: Courses transferring from MANGEMNT to ITBE need their new department designations. Deleted courses need to be deleted from the elective list.
    3. Curricular Action: Change in Major: Computer Information Systems.
  5. Other Business
    1. Report on Adherence to Content, Intensity and Self-Direction Requirements in the Syllabi of Dual-listed Courses

Attachments

c.     Chancellor Miller, Provost Telfer, Associate Vice Chancellor Monfils, Deans, Department Chairs, Program Coordinators, News and Public Affairs