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General Curriculum Report 204 UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO REGISTRAR39S OFFICE April 26 1999 To MEMBERS OF THE RESIDENT FACULTY The items listed below will be considered to have the necessary faculty approvals unless a petition requesting further consideration of speci c items is signed by five faculty members and submitted to the chair of the Faculty Council within 14 calendar days after the date of circulation If no petition is received within 14 days the entire report will be submitted to the president for approval and transmittal to the regents if regents action is required If a petition is received the items in the report for which further consideration is requested will be referred to the Faculty Council and the remainder of the report will move forward On items referred to it the council may 1 affirm the action and report it to a meeting of the university faculty 2 amend the action and report it to a meeting of the university faculty or 3 rescind the action NOTE If a petition concerns courses or curricula in the College of L amp S or in the College of Agriculture and is signed by five faculty members of the respective college those items will be returned to the college concerned for further consideration AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 1 Add AgEc 370 Natural Resource Management 3 cr Course available only to students at off campus locations Efficiency equity resource conservation and environmental preservation as management goals principles of resource valuation singleuse and multipleuse management property rights externalities and related policy issues methods for costbenefit tradeoff and economic and environmental impact analysis current resource con ict issues Prereq Econ 201 Math 143 Fall 1999 2 Add AgEc 470 Public Law and Policy Analysis 3 cr Course available only to students at offcampus locations Constitutional administrative and historical foundations of federal natural resources law and related public policy applicable case law emphasizing water range mineral wildlife and recreation resources Prereq perm Fall 1999 3 Add AgEc 471 Agricultural and Food Policy Issues 3 cr Course available only to students at offcampus locations Principles of agricultural and food policy formulation agricultural adjustment processes agricultural price and income policies in relation to land use water and rural development policies interrelationships among US and foreign agriculture and trade policies Prereq Econ 201 Fall 1999 AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION Add AgEd 451 Communicating in Agriculture 2 cr Principles and practices of disseminating knowledge and information related to agricultural sciences environment and natural resources to clients and the general public communications concepts technology and presentation skills that will help agricultural and natural resource professionals communicate effectively within their chosen profession Fall 1999 ANTHROPOLOGY Change the description of Anth IDJ422IDJ522 to read Fall 1999 Anth IDJ422IDJ522 Plateau Indians 3 cr WSU Anth 428528 39 quot J 39 39 lit ratur f nati v l f Pa I quot An overview of historic and contemporary Indian cultures of the Plateau39 oral traditions ceremonial life social organization and 39 39 activitieS39 historv of contact with EuroAmerican societv Additional proj ects assignments reqd for grad cr BIOLOGICAL AND AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING 1 Change the major in agricultural engineering BSAgE by a reducing the number of humanities and social sciences electives from 16 to 14 credits and b increasing the number of undesignated electives from 2 to 4 credits Summer 1999 2 Change the major in biological systems engineering BSBSyE by a reducing the number of humanities and social sciences electives from 16 to 14 credits b increasing the number of undesignated electives to 3 credits and c reducing the minimum number of credits for the degree from 131 to 130 Summer 1999 CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 1 Add ChE 297 ChE Certi cation 0 cr Identifies students who have achieved a quotCquot or better in particular classes and have passed all requirements for upperdivision certification Graded PFa pass permits students to proceed with upperdivision ChE classes Fall 1999 2 Change the prerequisite to ChE 326 Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics 3 cr from quotPrereq ChE 223 Engr 320 Math 310 coreq Chem 305quot to quotPrereq ChE 223 and 297 Engr 320 and 335 Math 310 coreq 305quot Spring 2000 3 Change the prerequisite to ChE 330 Stagewise Operations 3 cr from quotPrereq ChE 223 Engr 320 coreq Chem 305quot to quotPrereq ChE 223 297 and 326 Engr 320 prereq or coreq Chem 305quot Spring 2000 4 Change the prerequisite to ChE 423 Reactor Kinetics and Design 3 cr from quotPrereq ChE 223 Math 310 Chem 305quot to quotPrereq ChE 223 and 297 Math 310 Chem 305quot Spring 2000 5 Change the number and description of ChE 430431 to read Spring 2000 ChE 430 431 34034l Transport and Rate Processes III 4 cr ChE 430431 1 Transport phenomena involving momentum energy and mass with applications to process equipment design Coordinated leclab periods Prereq for 430 w ChE 223 and 297 Engr 320 and 335 Math 310 Prereq for 4431 E ChE 430 w 6 Change the prerequisite to ChE 433 Chemical Engineering Lab I 1 cr from quotPrereq ChE 423 coreq ChE 330 and 431quot to quotPrereq ChE 330 341 423quot Fall 2000 7 Change the description of ChE 434 Chemical Engineering Lab II 1 cr by adding quotPrereq ChE 330 341 423quot Fall 2000 8 Change the prerequisite to ChE 453454 Chemical Process Analysis and Design 3 cr from quotPrereq for ChE 453 ChE 330 430 coreq for 453 ChE 431 Prereq for ChE 454 ChE 453 coreq for 454 ChE 423quot to quotPrereq ChE 330 341 423quot Fall 2000 9 Change the curriculum in chemical engineering BSChE by adding ChE 297 ChE Certi cation 0 cr Fall 1999 COMMUNICATION 1 Change the title and description of ComG 288 to read Spring 2000 ComG 288 Introduction to Film Art Studies 3 cr n nhnml nMPn 1 39 1 a n t P lm P W t m h nun1 m I a mm a U m 1mg Intro to the study of lm39 survey of lm aesthetics form theory style systems and analysis a foundation course for upperdivision lm coursesno previous knowledge of lm or photography experience required Two lec one discussion period and one lm showing period a wk 1 1111111 n J t u e an 4 2 Change the title and description of ComG 386 to read Spring 2000 ComG 386 American Documentary Film Television 3 cr Open to all students Development of non ction lm TV photography documentary style and form documentary39s power to communicate issues raised by documentary39 noted practitioners and theorists of documentary Three leeand one lab a Wk Includes one evening lm screening a wk COMPUTER SCIENCE 1 Change the prerequisite to CS 112 Introduction to Problem Solving and Programming 3 cr from quotPrereq high school algebraquot to quotPrereq Math 107 or suf ciently high ACT SAT or Math Placement Test score to qualify for Math 143quot Spring 2000 COUNSELING AND SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY 1 Change the title of CASP 520 from quotSystems Theory Application to the Familyquot to quotApproaches to Counseling with Familiesquot Fall 1999 2 Change the title of CASP 533 from quotPrinciples of Rehabilitation and Community Counselingquot to quotPrinciples of Rehabilitation Community and School Counselingquot Spring 2000 3 Change the title credits and description of CASP 534 to read Summer 2000 CASP 534 A V cat a 39 39 quotquot quot Rehabilitation and Community Case Management 3 er2 cr M t d f r39 quot quotquotd39 quot r quotMt quotntnt iquot pl Jgabut39 39 tfaquotat quotlifejquot 391 nun1 139 J I t39 4 null 39 39 39 4 A39 Pu nr t P tunInn nun1 n n tunInn uuu u 1 L u u L u A an A mun an I u p a v 1mm 39 II39 Iu m r r u I mm h M I wg Making effective case and case load decisions including intake interviewing39 medical p 39 39 39 39 and vocationale 39 quot 39iob 39 and quotquot quot teatment planning39 quot in writing case histories and notes 4 Change the title and description of CASP 536 to read Summer 2000 CASP 536 Issues Ethics and Law C quot P r 39 39 Issues Ethics and Law in quot and School Psvchologv 3 cr Analvtical process of ethical decisionmaking as it applies to casework u 39 39 policv and laW39 r l Vantl gali u and r 39 39 39 39 39 39 nun1 Ant 439 39 4 14 1 P 4 439 L 39 I I uuu uuLAua um Aluuu 1 1 of relevant 39 p 39 and legal issues DANCE 1 Change the number and description of Dan 320 to read Spring 2000 Dan 3 2 0J320J510 l 39 quot 3 cr Altvrs 39 J quot to methods ofnotating movement39 notating and reading basic elements of Motif Writing and Labanotation Additional proiects 39 required for graduate credit include a research paper and oral to class comparing earlv and v notation svstemS39 developing a series of lessons applving notation concepts to 39 39 classesthese lessons must J the graduate student39s comprehension of the symbolic language system of Labanotation Prereg perm 2 Change the number and description of Dan 321 to read Spring 2000 Dan 13 2 1 J 321J 5 11 Dance Pedagogv 3 cr Altvrs Learning stvles teaching stvles and behaviors as they affect teaching and lea1ning in dance39 science of dance training Additional projectsassignments required for gladuate credit include observation and analysis of dance teacher behavior in a 39 39 of two genres and two skills levels A J ability to integrate J 39 principles in teaching a 39 39 oftwo 50minute 39 classes on the university level Prereg perm 3 Change the number and description of Dan 325 to read Spring 2000 Dan 13 25 T325 T525 Dance Production 3 cr Altvrs O 39 quot and J quot ofdance concerts program planning marketing costume design staging the J quot Additi nal proiwts 39 required for graduate credit include working a 39 39 of 90 hours as J quot assistant to the director of a dance theatre J quot quot the process and J 39 a detailed J quot notebook manual for that position 4 Change the number and description of Dan 383 to read Spring 2000 Dan 383 J383J583 Dance C quot39 1 cr max 6 Improvisation and choreo nanhv using basic quot39 elements39 advanced of elm 39 39 J and performance Additional projectsassigpments reguired for graduate credit include a written 139 39 and oral quot ofa 39 39 of four maior choreo nanhic works based upon video analvsis and research in dance historv and criticism Prereq Dan 105 or 216 Modern U11 and perm I 39 EDUCATION 1 Add ED 101 Orientation to the Teaching Profession 1 1 cr Prospective teachers examine current trends in education schoolbased practices and f 39 39 ilities of school personnel Fall 1999 2 Add ED 301 Principles of Learning and Develop in J quot 3 cr T quot 39 and practical applications of the process of human glowth development and learning within diverse educational quot39 Two lec and 2 hrs of lab a wk Prereq ED 201 or perm Fall 1921 3 Add ED 302 Curriculum Instruction and A m 39 3 cr F aminminn ofthe curriculum development process knowledge of instructional planning and models of teaching and an A J39 of a wide arrav of formal informal and authentic strategies within and across teaching I 39 39 39 quot 39 39 39 39 foundation 39 39 multicultural issues and instructional inquirv 39 J within each of these processes Prereg ED 301 or perm Fall 1999 4 Add ED 401 P f 39 39 Role 1quot 39 13 cr max 3 Preservice teachers will examine and evaluate the quot quot of f 39 quot 39 knowledge of teaching learning and evaluation39 school structures and f 39 roles familv and quotv resources and concemS39 funding nroce e 39 legal and legislative issues and f 39 39 d 39 Prereq ED 302 and program A quot coreq quot in fullvear internship Fall 1999 GEOLOGICAL ENGINEERING Change the title of GeoE ID444 from quotSeismic Hazards Analysisquot to quotEarthguakes and Seismic Hazardsquot Fall 1999 GEOLOGY 1 Change the title and description of Geol 261 to read Spring 2000 Geol 261 Smeahe Reeks I ithologv 2 cr Survev of rigin 39 f quot and 1 fr 1 classi cation uses and description of rocks One lec and one 2hr lab a wk39 two 1day eld trips Prereq Geol 2699r 2 49 6Geol 249 mav be taken as eoreq4 Geol 101 or 111 2 Change the credits and description of Geol 375 to read Fall 1999 Geol 375 Geologv of National Parks 2 er 3 cr W39 Geologic processes concepts and histog as seen in national parks One 6day eld trip J J quot Prereq Geol 101 or 102 or 111 or Geog 100 3 Change the title of Geol ID444 from quotSeismic Hazards Analysisquot to quotEarthguakes and Seismic Hazardsquot Fall 1999 4 Change the description of Geol 498 to read Spring 1999 Geol 498 Senior Thesis 1 14 cr max 4 Completion of original research and report 39 39 publicdefense If taken over 2 rst semester is graded IP until 39 quot of second semester Prereq senior status and perm 5 Add Geol ID546 Fault Mechanics 3 cr Examination of fundamental concepts of fault mechanics including brittle failure rock friction uid pressure effects and variable rheological 39 39 39 39 quot ofintemal fault 39 quot to di tinom39 h fault zone stvleS39 stress strain and J39 39 elds J from aquot quot 39 perspective and the quot quot of geodetic 39 39 and secondarv structure analvseS39 emphasis on interpretation of fault slip distributions and relationship to rock properties fault shape and mechanical interaction in echelon fault systemS39 such insigl1ts placed in context of 3D fault systems geometric evolution as well as earthguake behavior and seismic hazard recognition One weekend eld trip Prereq Geol 345 Fall 1921 INTERNATIONAL STUDIES 1 Change the curriculum in international studies BA as follows Summer 1999 INTERNATIONAL STUDIES BA1 no change in wording through the requirement for regional emphases Demonstrated pro ciency in a modern foreign language correlating with the region of emphasis and equivalent to that gained from six of Imiver itv studv 022 cr In addition international experience in the student39s region of emphasis is required for all students in this major The experience must extend consecutively for at least 1012 weeks be Quali ed for at least 12 credits and include an academic project or assigpment and immersion in the culture of the country All costs associated with the international experience are the quot quotquot ofthe student Fvcen nns to this 39 will be 391 J on a casebvcase basis and approved bv the IS 139 Th 39 f39 quot 39 39 ma Y b a Amadeunc E 39 The 39 of international e nerience will normallv be ful lled by completing a registered credit program such as study abroad student exchange student teaching or internship In general credits are 39 J on the UI campuS39 course work and field experience are taken abroad MMroadrFul llcd b Y 39 quot a In some cases permission mav be granted to complete a noncredit work experience that places the student abroad for a contracted length of time 13 Normally this work assignment is taken will be completed during the degIee program In some instances prior work experience may be accepted based on the following criteria verification length nature and relevancv of e nerience Pat vI r1 Aibr ad A tud has hadpr u J 39 abr ad g P a Fmvff 4 Pr 4 Annual Paw Pun xmmkr 1 14 mrf FHA ms you us i i Home i see MW cumus assesses me mus i me ha d n butn t1mt dt th f quot 39 1 natur um I p 39 MN m y i ISSUE EMPHASES IN INTERNATIONAL STUDIES no change in lists of courses REGIONAL EMPHASES IN INTERNATIONAL STUDIES A Latin Americadelete Hist 210 B Europedelete Hist 345 350 and 36639 add Span 306 as an alternative to Span 305 C AsiaAfricaadd Hist 482 483 and 484 COMPARATIVE WORLD SOCIETIES AND CULTURES no change in list of courses 2 Change the first paragpaph under the academic minor in international studies as follows Summer 1999 In quot quot with the I quot 39 Studies C 39 ISC International Studies J39 students electing this academic minor submit an individual study plan emphasizing a1 international relations b international 39 and business or c global resources and development MATHEMATICS 1 Change the credits of Math 130 Finite 39 quot ic from quot4 crquot to quot3 crquot Spring 2000 2 Change the credits of Math 161 Survev of Calculus II from quot4 crquot to quot3 crquot Spring 2000 3 Add Math 455 Applied Actuarial Science II 0 cr Review of probabilitv theorv in re aration for Actuarial Exam 1 Prereq Math 451 Spring 2000 4 Change the curriculum in applied mathematics statistics option BS by replacing CS 213 Data Structures with CS 113 Progpam Design and Algorithms in the second list of electives Fall 1999 5 Change the curriculum in applied quot quot quot option BS bv adding CS 113 Program Design and Algorithms 3 cr as a reguired course Fall 1999 AI 6 Change the curriculum in applied actuarial science option BS to read Summer 2000 D ACTUARIAL SCIENCE OPTION Math 310 Ordinary Differential Eguations 3 crl W Math 451 Probability Theory 3 crl Math 452 Mathematical Statistics 3 crl Math 455 Applied Actuarial Science II 0 cr 71 I tAPrmtla 1 quot 39 90A u AAAAUU v vuaua DUAUULUU u u um u I 0 0000000 0 a Three math courses 39 A above 400 39 quot Math 441449 9 cr Acct 201202 Introduction to Accounting 6 cr Bus 301 Financial 3 cr Bus 364 Insurance 3 crl At least one course selected from the following 3 crl 0 Bus 401 Investments 0 Bus 405 Portfolio Management 0 Bus 332 Quantitative Methods in Business 0 Econ 351 Intermediate 39 Analvsis o Econ 352 Intermediate M39 39 Analvsis o E quot 39 F 39 81 quot O Eeen 453 Eeenemetr ies Econ 201 202 Principles of Economics 6 cr One course selected from the following 34 cr 0 Stat 301 Probabilitv amp Statistics I J A o Stat 251 Principles of Statistics 0 Stat 271 Statistical Inference amp Decision Analysis 0 Stat 401 Statistical Analysis 3 cr 0 One course selected from the following 3 cr 0 Stat 433 Econometrics o Stat 510 RegIession o Stat 525 Econometrics MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 1 Drop ME 222 Tools for Desigp Analysis 1 cr dormant Summer 1999 2 Add ME 297 ME Certi cation 0 cr Identi es students who have achieved a quotCquot or better in particular classes and have attained a grade better than quotCquot in ve of these same classes Graded PFa pass permits students to proceed with upperdivision classes Fall 1999 3 Add ME 301 Advanced Engineering Graphics 3 cr Two and three dimensional gIaphics applications use of solid modeling software in engineering design39 integration of computer aided design analysis and f ing Prereq ME 223 Engr 10539 coreq ME 297 Fall 1999 4 Change the prereguisite to ME 313 Dynamic Modeling of Engineering Systems 3 cr from quotPrereq EE 207 Math 310quot to quotPrereq ME 223 and 297 Engr 220 EE 207 Math 310quot Spring 2000 5 Change the prereguisite to ME IDampWS324 Dynamic Analysis in Machine Design 3 cr from quotPrereq Math 310 Engr 220 ME 223quot to quotMath 310 Engr 220 ME 223 and 297quot Spring 2000 6 Change the prerequisite to ME 330 Experimental Methods for Engineering 3 cr from quotPrereq ME 223 26239 coreq EE 207 Engr 320 335 and 350quot to quotPrereq ME 223 26239 coreq ME 297 Engr 320 335 and 350 EE 207quot Spring 2000 7 Change the 39 quot to ME 341 Intermediate 39 39 of Materials 3 cr from quotPrereq Engr 350quot to quotPrereq ME 297 Engr 350quot Spring 2000 8 Change the prereguisite to ME IDampWS345 Heat Transfer 3 cr from quotPrereg Eng 320 Math 310 ME 223 or permquot to quotPrereq ME 223 and 297 Engr 320 Math 310quot Spring 2000 9 Change the number title credits and description of ME 391 to read Spring 2000 ME 391 323 Mechanical Engineering Design Seminar l er 3 cr ME 391 Professional ractice and technical to ics includin ethics safet en ineerin ractice 39 green engineering societal impact health and safety and manufacturability related to engineering design39 emphasis on further 3 39 of oral m quot and writing skills Prereq 39 i mng 39 39 39 39 39 ME 29739 coreq ME 223 10 Change the prereguisite to ME 424 Mechanical Systems Desigp I 3 cr from quotPrereg C or better in Engr 320 335 350 ME 391 and permquot to quotPrereq ME 297 301 323 324 341 345 Eng 335quot Spring 2000 11 Change the prereguisite to ME 425 Machine Component Desigp 3 cr from quotPrereg ME 261 324 341quot to quotPrereq ME 261 297 324 341quot Spring 2000 12 Change the prereguisite to ME 426 Mechanical Systems Design II 3 cr from quotPrereg ME 313 324 330 341 345 and 42439 coreq ME 425 and 435quot to quotPrereq AmSt 301 Econ 201 202 or 272 ME 297 313 330 424 425 435quot Spring 2000 13 Change the prereguisite to ME 430 Senior Lab 3 cr from quotPrereg ME 330 and Stat 30139 coreq Engl 317quot to quotPrereq ME 297 313 33039 coreq Engl 317quot Spring 2000 14 Change the prereguisite to ME 435 Thermal Energy System Desigp 3 cr from quotPrereg Engr 335 ME 345quot to quotEngr 335 ME 297 345quot Spring 2000 15 Change the curriculum in 39 39 39 engineering BSME by adding ME 297 ME Certi cation 0 cr Fall 1999 MICROBIOLOGY MOLECULAR BIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY 1 Change the title of MMBB 520 from quotInstrumental Analysis for Biologistsquot to quotInstrumental Analysisquot Spring 2000 2 Change the number and description of MMBB ID568 to read Fall 1999 MMBB 149568 DJ468IDJ568 Microbial Transformations 3 cr WSU Micro 568 Use of microbes in the 39 39 J of wastes and 39 to produce valuable chemical stocks Additional laboratory and libra work reguired for graduate credit Prereg MMBB 380 460 PSYCHOLOGY Change the title and description of Psyc 419 to read Fall 1999 Pch 419 mm Adult D 39 and Aging 3 cr Amalysis f39 quot Am m m Inn quotht n 14 Ainm P nil A m Infn I ll 11 J J 439 hqu ouju mun 1 y lungw vvuu gm ujuwj am 1 auuuu uuuuuuu ounu atuuy 39 39 39 39nr klm Pu n1nffx PP U 39 nnA39 139 P I p u u I Rum p u quoty an Rum Analysis of change from early adulthood through death in the areas of social cognitive and pthical d 39 39 quot oftheories concepts and research in the area oflifespan J studV of the problems of aging plasticitV of p quot 39 and 39 J39 of successful aging Ha I FOR THE FACULTY39S INFORMATION The following actions concerning cooperative courses have been approved since the most recent report Add Ag WS310 Accessing Information for Research 1 1 cr WSU GenEd 300 Course available onlv to students at offcampus locations Fall 1999 Add quotIDampWSquot to AgEc 278 Principles of Farm and Ranch Management 3 cr WSU Ag Ec 340 AgEc WS278 available only to students at offcampus locations Fall 1999 Add AgEc WS435 Natural Resource Law 3 cr WSU Ag Ec 435 Fall 1999 Add quotIDquot to AgEc 467 F 39 ofRural quot lquot 39 3 cr Fall 1999 Add AgEd WS440 Principles of Vocational Education 23 cr WSU Ag Ed 440 Course available only to students at offcampus locations Fall 1999 Add Ent WS348 Forest Entomology 2 cr WSU Entom and NATRS 348 Course available onlv to students at offcampus locations Fall 1999 Add PlSc WS3l3 Viticulture and Small Fruits 3 cr WSU Hort 313 Fall 2000 Add quotIDquot to PlSc 547 Biometrics for Plant Scientists 3 cr WSU CropS 547 Spring 2001
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