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List #2 ~ 2013/2014


COURSE CHANGE PROPOSALS

UNDERGRADUATE & GRADUATE

The Curriculum Subcommittee will meet on Tuesday, October 8, at 1:30 pm in SAC 275 to review the Program Change proposals contained in this list.

Responses are due to Academic Affairs by noon on October 8.

 

COLLEGE OF ARTS AND LETTERS

Arts and Letters

ALS 57G: Academic Strategies - SSIS: Anthropology 2

ALS 52H: Academic Strategies - SSIS: History 7

Communication Studies

COMS 121: Media Aesthetics

COMS 100B: Critical Analysis of Messages

COMS 100C: Introduction to Scientific Methods in Communication Research

COMS 164: Visual Communication

COMS 169: Television Criticism

COMS 182: Senior Seminar in Interpersonal Communication

COMS 183: Senior Seminar in Media Issues and Ethics

COMS 191: New Media and Society

COMS 117: Multimedia Communication

COMS 140: Online Collaboration

COMS 190: Human Communication on the Internet

History

HIST 15H: Major Problems in US History

 

COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND COMPUTER SCIENCE

Civil Engineering

CE 500: Culminating Experience

CE 170: Principles of Enivornmental Engineering

CE 135: Hydraulics Laboratory

CE 147: Transportation Engineering

CE 113: Structural Laboratory

CE 299: Special Problems

Construction Management

CM 40: Properties of Construction Materials

CM 30: Engineering Mechanics - Statics

Computer Science

CSC 28:Discrete Structures for Computer Science

Electrical and Electronic Engineering

EEE 257: Wind Energy Electric Conversion Systems

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

Undergraduate Studies in Education

CHDV 21: First Year Seminar: Becoming an Educated Person

EDBM 21: First Year Seminar: Becoming an Educated Person

EDBM 199: Special Problems

EDS 21: First Year Seminar: Becoming an Educated Person

EDS 199: Special Problems

EDTE 21: First Year Seminar: Becoming an Educated Person

EDTE 199: Special Problems

 

COLLEGE OF NATURAL SCIENCES AND MATH

Biological Sciences

BIO 139: General Microbiology

BIO 197D: Laboratory Teaching Assistant - Advanced

BIO 197E: Intermediate Laboratory Techniques

BIO 197F: Advanced Laboratory Techniques

BIO 199A: Undergraduate Laboratory/Field Research

BIO 199C: Intermediate Undergraduate Research

BIO 199D: Advanced Undergraduate Research

BIO 299: Problems in Biological Sciences

BIO 299B: Directed Readings and Graduate Research

BIO 299C: Intermediate Graduate Research

BIO 299D: Advanced Graduate Research

BIO 299E: Advanced Research and Data Analysis

SOCIAL SCIENCES AND INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES

Gerontology

GERO 122: Managing Disorders in Elders

GERO 222: Managing Disorders in Elders

Psychology

PSYC 202: Research Methods in Psychology

PSYC 204: Experimental Design II

PSYC 205: Multivariate Methodology

PSYC 217: Current Literature in Personality and Social Psychology

PSYC 240: Seminar in Behavioral Neuroscience

PSYC 241: Seminar in Cognitive Psychology

PSYC 242: Seminar in Learning Behavior

Sociology

SOC 102: Research Design and Analysis

SPECIAL PROGRAMS

Ceneral Education Honors Program

HONR 101H: Science and the Public Good