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UNDERGRADUATE AND GRADUATE
PROGRAM CHANGE PROPOSALS

LIST #1– 2003/2004

 List #1 of Course Change Proposals is
located at http://www.csus.edu/acaf/policies/03-04crslst1.stm for your review.

The Curriculum Subcommittee will meet on
Tuesday, September 9, 2003, at 1:30 in SAC 275
to review the Program Change Proposals contained in this list.
(Response due to Academic Affairs by September 9, 2003)

Program Proposals

College of Arts and Letters
College of Business Administration
College of Education

College of Health & Human Srvcs.

 

COLLEGE OF ARTS AND LETTERS

Department of Communications Studies

SUBSTANTIVE CHANGES

Communication Studies Media Communication Concentration

Justification: We would like to add ComS 183 Senior Seminar in Media Issues to the Mass Communication option of the Media Communication Concentration. This would provide a capstone for Mass Communication majors. Such a course is now required in virtually all other Communication Studies options.

NEW PROGRAM

OLD PROGRAM

III. Media Communication Concentration (21-24 units)

III. Media Communication Concentration (21-24 units)

This concentration is designed to:

Prepare students for media communication leadership roles with knowledge of the major theories and systems of media communication.

Help students develop an awareness of the social responsibilities of the media.

Provide an understanding of the legal and regulatory environment of media communication industries.

Help students develop competence in media communication research.

Provide a framework for critical analysis of media systems and media content.

A. Required Lower Division Core Courses (9 units)

(3) COMS 2 Argumentation
(3) COMS 5 Communication Experience
(3) COMS 55 Media Communication and Society

B. Required Upper Division Core Courses (6 units)

(3) COMS 100A Survey of Communication Studies
(3) COMS 100B Critical Analysis of Messages (COMS 2, 4 or 5, 100A, ENGL 20)

Notes:

All Communication Studies majors except Digital Media are required to complete at least one three-unit public speaking course such as COMS 4, 104, or transfer equivalent. Public speaking courses taken to fulfill the GE oral communication requirement also fulfill this department major requirement.

Majors must complete each core course with a grade of "C-" or better.

Not more than 6 units of Internship and/or individual study (COMS 110, 111, 195, 199) can be applied to the major requirements.

This concentration is designed to:

Prepare students for media communication leadership roles with knowledge of the major theories and systems of media communication.

Help students develop an awareness of the social responsibilities of the media.

Provide an understanding of the legal and regulatory environment of media communication industries.

Help students develop competence in media communication research.

Provide a framework for critical analysis of media systems and media content.

A. Required Lower Division Core Courses (9 units)

(3) COMS 2 Argumentation
(3) COMS 5 Communication Experience
(3) COMS 55 Media Communication and Society

B. Required Upper Division Core Courses (6 units)

(3) COMS 100A Survey of Communication Studies
(3) COMS 100B Critical Analysis of Messages (COMS 2, 4 or 5, 100A, ENGL 20)

Notes:

All Communication Studies majors except Digital Media are required to complete at least one three-unit public speaking course such as COMS 4, 104, or transfer equivalent. Public speaking courses taken to fulfill the GE oral communication requirement also fulfill this department major requirement.

Majors must complete each core course with a grade of "C-" or better.

Not more than 6 units of Internship and/or individual study (COMS 110, 111, 195, 199) can be applied to the major requirements.

C. Option Requirements
Two approved options comprise the Media Communication Concentration. Students choosing this concentration must complete the requirements for Mass Communication or Telecommunications and New Media

a. Mass Communication Option (24 units)

1. Option Requirements: (12 units)

(3) COMS 100C Introduction to Scientific Methods in Communication (COMS 100A)
(3) COMS 120 Introduction to Electronic Media Industry (COMS 55 or JOUR 55)
(3) COMS 150 Mass Communication Theories and Effects (COMS 55 or JOUR 55)
(3) COMS 183 Senior Seminar in Media Issues (COMS 55 or JOUR 55, and completion of 12 units of upper division COMS courses)

2. Research Methods (3 units)

(3) Select one of the following:

COMS 168 Approaches to Rhetorical Criticism (COMS 100B)
COMS 169 Television Criticism
COMS 170 Data Analysis in Communication Research (COMS 100C)
COMS 171 Survey Methods in Communication Research (COMS 100C)
COMS 172 Content Analysis (COMS 100C)

3. Electives (9 units)

(9) Upper division Communication Studies courses to be selected in consultation with your major advisor.

b. Telecommunications and New Media Option (24 units)

1. Option Core Requirements (15 units)

(3) COMS 106 Introduction to Digital Media
(3) COMS 190 Innovation in Telecommunications: Technologies and Issues
(3) COMS 191 Innovation in Telecommunications: Applications and Societal Implications (completion of 12 units of upper division COMS courses)

(6) Select two courses from the following:
COMS 117 Multimedia Communication
COMS 150 Mass Communication Theories and Effects (COMS 55 or JOUR 55)
COMS 153 Mass Media Law and Regulation
COMS 178 Telecommunications Management

2. Area Electives (9 upper division units)

(9) Upper division Communication Studies courses to be selected in consultation with your major advisor.

Note: No more than 3 units of COMS 195 may be used to fulfill the requirements of this option.

C. Option Requirements
Two approved options comprise the Media Communication Concentration. Students choosing this concentration must complete the requirements for Mass Communication or Telecommunications and New Media

a. Mass Communication Option (24 units)

1. Option Requirements: (9 units)

(3) COMS 100C Introduction to Scientific Methods in Communication (COMS 100A)
(3) COMS 120 Introduction to Electronic Media Industry (COMS 55 or JOUR 55)
(3) COMS 150 Mass Communication Theories and Effects (COMS 55 or JOUR 55)

 


2. Research Methods (3 units)

(3) Select one of the following:

COMS 168 Approaches to Rhetorical Criticism (COMS 100B)
COMS 169 Television Criticism
COMS 170 Data Analysis in Communication Research (COMS 100C)
COMS 171 Survey Methods in Communication Research (COMS 100C)
COMS 172 Content Analysis (COMS 100C)

3. Electives (12 units)

(12) Upper division Communication Studies courses to be selected in consultation with your major advisor.

b. Telecommunications and New Media Option (24 units)

1. Option Core Requirements (15 units)

(3) COMS 106 Introduction to Digital Media
(3) COMS 190 Innovation in Telecommunications: Technologies and Issues
(3) COMS 191 Innovation in Telecommunications: Applications and Societal Implications (completion of 12 units of upper division COMS courses)

(6) Select two courses from the following:
COMS 117 Multimedia Communication
COMS 150 Mass Communication Theories and Effects (COMS 55 or JOUR 55)
COMS 153 Mass Media Law and Regulation
COMS 178 Telecommunications Management

2. Area Electives (9 upper division units)

(9) Upper division Communication Studies courses to be selected in consultation with your major advisor.

Note: No more than 3 units of COMS 195 may be used to fulfill the requirements of this option.

 



Communication Studies General Communication Concentration

Justification: We would like to add ComS 188 to the option core requirements in the Intercultural and International Communication option of our General Communication Concentration. Nearly all of our degree options now have either a senior seminar or a practicum as a capstone for the respective option. This change would provide a capstone course for the Intercultural and International Communication Option.

NEW PROGRAM

OLD PROGRAM

MAJOR REQUIREMENTS - BA

MAJOR REQUIREMENTS - BA

Total units required for BA: 124
Total units required for Major: 39-48
Courses in parentheses are prerequisites.

Concentration Requirements (39-48 units)
Select one of the four following concentrations:

I. General Communication
II. Organizational Communication
III. Public Relations
VI. Media Communication
V. Digital Media

Special Program Requirements

• All Communication Studies majors except those in Media Communication and Digital Media are required to complete at least one three-unit public speaking course such as COMS 004, COMS 104, or transfer equivalent. Public speaking courses taken to fulfill the GE oral communication requirement also fulfill this department requirement.
• Majors must complete each core course and each option core course with a grade "C-" or better.
• Not more than 6 units of internship and/or individual study (COMS 110, COMS 111, COMS 195, COMS 199) can be applied to the major requirements.
• Majors are required to compile and maintain an assessment portfolio, which must be submitted to the Department Office prior to graduation. Specific portfolio requirements vary by concentration or concentration option and are available in the Department Office.

Pre-Major

Prior to acceptance as a Communication Studies major, students must first complete a pre-major consisting of all required lower-division courses plus the upper-division survey course (COMS 100A). Students must successfully complete each pre-major course with a grade of C- or better. Students with a CSUS grade point average of 2.3 or better may request early admission to the major.

Total units required for BA: 124
Total units required for Major: 39-48
Courses in parentheses are prerequisites.

Concentration Requirements (39-48 units)
Select one of the four following concentrations:

I. General Communication
II. Organizational Communication
III. Public Relations
IV. Media Communication
V. Digital Media

Special Program Requirements

• All Communication Studies majors except those in Media Communication and Digital Media are required to complete at least one three-unit public speaking course such as COMS 004, COMS 104, or transfer equivalent. Public speaking courses taken to fulfill the GE oral communication requirement also fulfill this department requirement.
• Majors must complete each core course and each option core course with a grade "C-" or better.
• Not more than 6 units of internship and/or individual study (COMS 110, COMS 111, COMS 195, COMS 199) can be applied to the major requirements.
• Majors are required to compile and maintain an assessment portfolio, which must be submitted to the Department Office prior to graduation. Specific portfolio requirements vary by concentration or concentration option and are available in the Department Office.

Pre-Major

Prior to acceptance as a Communication Studies major, students must first complete a pre-major consisting of all required lower-division courses plus the upper-division survey course (COMS 100A). Students must successfully complete each pre-major course with a grade of C- or better. Students with a CSUS grade point average of 2.3 or better may request early admission to the major.

General Communication Concentration (39 units)

This concentration is designed to:

• Improve student awareness, understanding and practice of communication in professional and social interactions,

• Enhance the traditional citizenship role in the democratic process,

• Train students in communication skills in preparation for professions such as law, ministry, business, industry, medicine, and government service.

A. Required Lower Division Core Courses (9 units)
(3) COMS 002 Argumentation
(3) COMS 008 Interpersonal Communication Skills
(3) COMS 055 Media Communication and Society

B. Required Upper Division Core Courses (9 units)
(3) COMS 100A Survey of Communication Studies
(3) COMS 100B Critical Analysis of Messages (COMS 002, COMS 004, COMS 100A or transfer equivalent, ENGL 020, passing grade on WPE)
(3) COMS 100C Introduction to Scientific Methods in Communication Research (COMS 100A)

Notes:

All Communication Studies majors except Digital Media are required to complete at least one three-unit public speaking course such as COMS 004, COMS 104, or transfer equivalent. Public speaking courses taken to fulfill the GE oral communication requirement also fulfill this department requirement.
Majors must complete each core course with a grade "C-" or better.
Not more than 6 units of internship and/or individual study (COMS 110, COMS 111, COMS 195, COMS 199) can be applied to the major requirements.

C. Option Requirements

Five approved options currently comprise the General Communication Concentration: Criticism and Public Communication, Interpersonal and Small Group Communication, Intercultural and International Communication, Public Relations, and Self-Designed
Option. Students choosing this concentration must either complete the requirements as listed below or work with a faculty advisor to create a Self-Designed Option as described in Item (e) below.

Select one of the following:

A. Interpersonal and Small Group (21 units)
1. Option Core Requirements (6 units)
(3) COMS 105 Communication in Small Groups
(3) COMS 143 Theories of Interpersonal Communication (COMS 008 or equivalent) OR
COMS 163 Communication, Self and Society (COMS 008) OR
COMS 182 Senior Seminar in Interpersonal Communication (COMS 008, completion of 12 units of upper division COMS courses)
2. Research Methods (3 units)

(3) Select one of the following:

COMS 168 Approaches to Rhetorical Criticism (COMS 100B or equivalent with a grade of "C-" or better)
COMS 170 Data Analysis in Communication Research (COMS 100C or equivalent with a grade of "C-" or better; or instructor permission)
COMS 171 Survey Methods in Communication Research (COMS 100C or equivalent with a grade of "C-" or better; or instructor permission)
COMS 172 Content Analysis (COMS 100C or equivalent with a grade of "C-" or better; or instructor permission)

3. Electives (12 units)

(12) Upper division Communication Studies courses to be selected in consultation with your major advisor.

General Communication Concentration (39 units)

This concentration is designed to:

• Improve student awareness, understanding and practice of communication in professional and social interactions,

• Enhance the traditional citizenship role in the democratic process,

• Train students in communication skills in preparation for professions such as law, ministry, business, industry, medicine, and government service.

A. Required Lower Division Core Courses (9 units)
(3) COMS 002 Argumentation
(3) COMS 008 Interpersonal Communication Skills
(3) COMS 055 Media Communication and Society

B. Required Upper Division Core Courses (9 units)
(3) COMS 100A Survey of Communication Studies
(3) COMS 100B Critical Analysis of Messages (COMS 002, COMS 004, COMS 100A or transfer equivalent, ENGL 020, passing grade on WPE)
(3) COMS 100C Introduction to Scientific Methods in Communication Research (COMS 100A)

Notes:

All Communication Studies majors except Digital Media are required to complete at least one three-unit public speaking course such as COMS 004, COMS 104, or transfer equivalent. Public speaking courses taken to fulfill the GE oral communication requirement also fulfill this department requirement.
Majors must complete each core course with a grade "C-" or better.
Not more than 6 units of internship and/or individual study (COMS 110, COMS 111, COMS 195, COMS 199) can be applied to the major requirements.

C. Option Requirements

Five approved options currently comprise the General Communication Concentration: Criticism and Public Communication, Interpersonal and Small Group Communication, Intercultural and International Communication, Public Relations, and Self-Designed
Option. Students choosing this concentration must either complete the requirements as listed below or work with a faculty advisor to create a Self-Designed Option as described in Item (e) below.

Select one of the following:

A. Interpersonal and Small Group (21 units)
1. Option Core Requirements (6 units)
(3) COMS 105 Communication in Small Groups
(3) COMS 143 Theories of Interpersonal Communication (COMS 008 or equivalent) OR
COMS 163 Communication, Self and Society (COMS 008) OR
COMS 182 Senior Seminar in Interpersonal Communication (COMS 008, completion of 12 units of upper division COMS courses)
2. Research Methods (3 units)

(3) Select one of the following:

COMS 168 Approaches to Rhetorical Criticism (COMS 100B or equivalent with a grade of "C-" or better)
COMS 170 Data Analysis in Communication Research (COMS 100C or equivalent with a grade of "C-" or better; or instructor permission)
COMS 171 Survey Methods in Communication Research (COMS 100C or equivalent with a grade of "C-" or better; or instructor permission)
COMS 172 Content Analysis (COMS 100C or equivalent with a grade of "C-" or better; or instructor permission)

3. Electives (12 units)

(12) Upper division Communication Studies courses to be selected in consultation with your major advisor.


 

B. Intercultural and International Communication (21 units)

1. Option Core Requirements (9 units)

(3) COMS 116 Intercultural Communication
(3) COMS 174 International Communication
(3) COMS 188 Senior Seminar in Intercultural Communication (COMS 116, completion of 12 upper division COMS units)


2. Research Methods (3 units)

(3) Select one of the following:

COMS 168 Approaches to Rhetorical Criticism (COMS 100B or equivalent with a grade of "C-" or better)
COMS 170 Data Analysis in Communication Research (COMS 100C or equivalent with a grade of "C-" or better; or instructor permission)
COMS 171 Survey Methods in Communication Research (COMS 100C or equivalent with a grade of "C-" or better; or instructor permission)
COMS 172 Content Analysis (COMS 100C or equivalent with a grade of "C-" or better; or instructor permission)

3. Electives (9 units)

(9) Upper division Communication Studies courses to be selected in consultation with your major advisor.

B. Intercultural and International Communication (21 units)

1. Option Core Requirements (6 units)

(3) COMS 116 Intercultural Communication
(3) COMS 174 International Communication
-
-
-
-

2. Research Methods (3 units)

(3) Select one of the following:

COMS 168 Approaches to Rhetorical Criticism (COMS 100B or equivalent with a grade of "C-" or better)
COMS 170 Data Analysis in Communication Research (COMS 100C or equivalent with a grade of "C-" or better; or instructor permission)
COMS 171 Survey Methods in Communication Research (COMS 100C or equivalent with a grade of "C-" or better; or instructor permission)
COMS 172 Content Analysis (COMS 100C or equivalent with a grade of "C-" or better; or instructor permission)

3. Electives (12 units)

(12) Upper division Communication Studies courses to be selected in consultation with your major advisor.

 

 

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

Department of Accountancy

SUBSTANTIVE CHANGE

Accounting Information System Concentration

Required Courses:

MIS 15 Introduction to Business Programming
MIS 120 Advanced Object-Oriented Programming for Business
ACCY 111 Intermediate Accounting I
ACCY 121 Cost Accounting
OR
ACCY 131 Auditing Practice
ACCY 141 Accounting Information Systems Development
MIS 150 Database Systems for Business

Accounting Elective
Select one of the following:

ACCY 112 Intermediate Accounting II
ACCY 121* Cost Accounting
ACCY 131* Auditing Practices
ACCY 161 Governmental Accounting

Technology Elective
Select one of the following:

ACCY 142 Enterprise and E-Commerce Accounting Models
MIS 160 System Development Life Cycle I
MIS 155 Fourth Generation Language Applications

*If not taken previously, can be taken as an elective.

Justification:

Require because:
(a) MIS Department changed course numbering and prerequisite requirements,
(b) Accounting Department changed course numbering, and
(c) New accounting technology course (ACCY 142) has been approved.
(d) No additional resource required.

NEW PROGRAM

Required Courses
MIS 15 Introduction to Business Programming
MIS 120 Advanced Object-Oriented Programming for Business
ACCY 111 Intermediate Accounting I
ACCY 121 Cost Accounting
OR
ACCY 131 Auditing Practice
ACCY 141 Accounting Information
Systems Development
MIS 150 Database Systems for
Business

 


Accounting Elective
Select one of the following:

ACCY 112 Intermediate Accounting II
ACCY 121* Cost Accounting
ACCY 131* Auditing Practices
ACCY 161 Governmental Accounting

 

 

 

 

Technology Elective
Select one of the following:

ACCY 142 Enterprise and E-Commerce Accounting Models
MIS 160 System Development Life Cycle I
MIS 155 Fourth Generation Language
Applications


*If not taken previously, can be taken as an elective.

OLD PROGRAM

Required Courses
ACCY 111 Intermediate Accounting I
ACCY 121 Cost Accounting OR
ACCY 131 Survey of Auditing, Attest, and Assurance Topics (ACCY 111, 112)
ACCY 141 Accounting Information
Systems Development
CSC 015 Programming Concepts and Methodology (CSC 010, or programming experience)
MIS 150 Database Systems for Business (MIS 120)
MIS 160 Systems Development Life
Cycle I (MIS 120, MIS 131)


Accounting Elective
Select one of the following:

ACCY 112 Intermediate Accounting II
(ACCY 111)
ACCY 121A* Cost Accounting
ACCY 122 Advanced Management
Accounting (ACCY 121)
ACCY 131* Survey of Auditing, Attest, and Assurance Topics (ACCY 111, ACCY 112)
ACCY 161 Government and Nonprofit
Accounting
ACCY 171 Federal Tax Procedures I
ACCY 196 Experimental Offering in Accounting (Faculty approved eligible electives only; senior standing or instructor permission)
ACCY 199B Special Problems in Accounting Information Systems (Senior standing or instructor permission)

MIS Electives
Select one of the following:

MIS 161 Systems Development Life
Cycle Part II (MIS 150, MIS
160, OBE 130)
MIS 155 Fourth Generation
Language Applications
(MIS 150)
MIS 122 Object-Oriented
Programming for Business
(CSC 015 or MIS 015)
MIS 180 Advanced Management
Support Systems (MIS 150)

COURSE DELETIONS

MBA/Managerial Accounting

Justification: We wish to eliminate this program. Enrollments have been quite low in the past 6 years. In addition, hiring firms in the community have stated continuously that they would prefer that their employees enroll in a MBA program rather than a specialized graduate accounting program. We may consider adding MBA concentrations in the future once the current MBA task force has completed its studies.

Program to be eliminated:
MBA/Managerial Accounting (33 units)

A. Program Requirements (21 units)
See MBA/General Program Requirements
B. Concentration Requirements (6 units)
(3) ACCY 261 Cost Analysis and Control
(3) ACCY 280 Management Control Systems
C. Elective (3 units)
(3) ACCY 299 Special Problems in Accountancy
(Classified graduate status)
D. Capstone Course/Culminating Experience (3 units)
(advancement to candidacy)
(3) Select one of the following:
MGMT 290 Advance Strategic Management
(Completion of all MBA core classes;
final term of MBA program enrollment)
ACCY 500B Project (MGMT 210)


MS Accountancy Tax Concentration

Justification: We wish to eliminate this program. Enrollments have been quite low in the past 6 years. In addition, hiring firms in the community have stated continuously that they would prefer that their employees enroll in a MBA program rather than a specialized graduate accounting program. We are retaining the MSBA in Taxation, however it will now be administered by CCE and delivered exclusively over the web via streaming video.

A. Program Requirements (15 units)
(3) ACCY 260 Financial Accounting Theory (ACCY 112 and ACCY 113, or ACCY 250) OR
ACCY 261 Cost Analysis and Control
(3) ACCY 269 Individual and Business Income Tax Accounting
(9) Three 200-level business courses, excluding Foundation and other than accounting.

B. Concentration Requirements (9 units)
(3) ACCY 270 Tax Research and Procedure (ACCY 172 or ACCY 269)
(3) ACCY 272 Taxation of Business Enterprises I: Corporations (ACCY 172 or ACCY 269)
(3) ACCY 273 Taxation of Business Enterprises II: Partnerships (ACCY 172 or ACCY 269)

C. Elective (6 units)
(6) Select two of the following:
ACCY 271 Tax Accounting Periods and Methods (ACCY 172 or ACCY 269)
ACCY 274 Estate, Gift and Trust Taxation (ACCY 172 or ACCY 269)
ACCY 275 Advanced Estate, Trust and Retirement Planning (ACCY 274)
ACCY 276 International and Multistate Taxation

D. Culminating Experience (0 units)
(Advancement to candidacy)
(0) ACCY 500C Comprehensive Examination (Must be in final semester of program)



MS/Accounting General Concentration

Justification: We wish to eliminate this program. Enrollments have been quite low in the past 6 years. In addition, hiring firms in the community have stated continuously that they would prefer that their employees enroll in a MBA program rather than a specialized graduate accounting program.

Program to be eliminated:
MS/Accountancy General Concentration

A. Program Requirements (18 units)
(3) ACCY 260 Financial Accounting Theory (ACCY 112 and ACCY 113 or ACCY 250)
(3) ACCY 261 Cost Analysis and Control
(3) ACCY 269 Individual and Business Income Tax Accounting
(9) Three 200-level business courses, excluding Foundation
and other than accounting

B. Concentration Requirements (6 units)
(3) ACCY 262 Current Topics in Auditing (ACCY 113 or instructor permission)
(3) ACCY 265 Computerized Accounting and Auditing Systems

C. Electives (3-6 units)
Graduate Business Electives

D. Culminating Experience (0-3 units)
(Advancement to candidacy)
(0-3) Select one of the following:
ACCY 500A Thesis
ACCY 500B Project
ACCY 500C Comprehensive Exam (Must be in final semester of program)


Department of Organizational Behavior and Environment

NON-SUBSTANTIVE CHANGE

Real Estate and Land Use Affairs Concentration

Justification:
• Reflects minor name change to OBE 145.
• Addition of OBE 140 and OBE 149 as required courses.
• Deletion of OBE 19 and OBE 141 as required course.
• Addition of prerequisites and change in prerequisite language for OBE 142, OBE 143 and OBE 149

The purpose of the proposed changes is to reflect a different focus in the Real Estate and Land Use Concentration from sales and brokerage to Urban Land Development. The Real Estate and Land Use Minor will allow students the sales and brokerage focus.

This change is the result of recommendations from alumni, review of the successful undergraduate and graduate Real Estate programs in California and the East Coast, and extensive discussions among the RELUA faculty. The RELUA faculty believes that the proposed changes are supported by

• The CBA mission:“ . . . dedicated to the success of its students by providing quality bachelor’s . . . degree programs in business administration with concentrations appropriate primarily to the greater Capital Region . . .” and
• The 4th and 5th goal statements [“Graduate students with a strong, modern foundation in business knowledge, skills, and values that prepares them to adapt successfully to the professional world” and “Provide opportunities for specialization at both the bachelor's and masters' levels that reflect the diverse interests of students and employers in the region”].

The proposed changes maintain the total number of units at 21 (3 lower division and 18 upper division units) and do not have identifiable fiscal or programmatic impact on the offerings of other academic units.

NEW PROGRAM

Real Estate and Land Use Affairs Concentration (21 units)

The Real Estate and Land Use Affairs area of concentration is intended for students preparing for careers within the real estate industry, such as governmental and private positions relating to land development, planning, environmental regulation and finance; positions with lending institutions; management positions in public and private corporations concerned with investment, site location or eminent domain; and positions related to the marketing or sales and brokerage of real estate. Completion of the courses required for this concentration may qualify students to take the California Department of Real Estate Broker's exam. In addition, this area will prepare the student for personal investment decision-making.
Courses in parentheses are prerequisites.
(15) Required
(3) OBE 140 Real Estate Development
(3) OBE 142 Real Estate Finance (OBE 19 or OBE 140
ACCY 161A or MGMT 133 or ENGR 140)
(3) OBE 143 Market Analysis and Feasibility Studies
(OBE 19 or OBE 140 or ACCY 161A
or MGMT 133 or ENGR 140)
(3) OBE 145 The Land Use Regulatory Environment (OBE
140)

(3) OBE 149 Current Topics in Real Estate and Land Use
(Completion of 9 units of required real estate
courses including OBE 140)

(6) Select two courses or 6 units from the following:
(3) OBE 117 Business, Ethics and Society
(3) OBE 19 Real Estate Principles
(3) OBE 141 Managerial Real Estate Law
(3) OBE 153 Management of Human Resources
(3) OBE 155 Conflict Management and Negotiation
(3) OBE 196 Experimental Offerings in Real Estate and Land
Use Affairs
(3) MGMT 136 Modern Portfolio Management
(3) MGMT 137 Financial Institutions and Markets
(3) MGMT 138 Principles of Risk Management and Insurance
(3) MGMT 187 Entrepreneurship
(3) MIS 175 Microcomputers for Managers
(1) CM 10 The Construction Industry
(3) CM 110 Legal Aspects of Construction
(3) CM 111 Construction Labor Relations
(3) ECN 180 Urban Economics
(2) ENGR 140 Engineering Economics
(3) ENVS 122 Environmental Impact Analysis: The Procedure
and the Statement
(3) GEOG 109 Geographic Information Systems
(3) GEOG 141 Geography of Economic Activity
(3) GEOG 147 Urban Geography
(3) GEOG 181 Spatial Analysis
(3) GEOG 193A Field Geography: Urban Metropolitan
(3) GOVT 180 California State and Local Government
(3) GOVT 185 Problems of Urbanization

OLD PROGRAM

Real Estate and Land Use Affairs Concentration (21 units)

The Real Estate and Land Use Affairs area of concentration is intended for students preparing for careers within the real estate industry, such as governmental and private positions relating to planning, environmental regulation and finance; positions with lending institutions; management positions in public and private corporations concerned with investment, site location or eminent domain; and positions related to the marketing or sales and brokerage of real estate. Completion of the courses required for this concentration may qualify students to take the California Department of Real Estate Broker's exam. In addition, this area will prepare the student for personal investment decision-making.


(15) Required
(3) OBE 19 Real Estate Principles
(3) OBE 141 Managerial Real Estate Law (OBE 19)
(3) OBE 142 Real Estate Finance (OBE 19 or ACCY 161A
or MGMT 133 or ENGR 140)
(3) OBE 143 Market Analysis and Feasibility Studies
(OBE 19 or ACCY 161A or MGMT 133 or
ENGR 140)
(3) OBE 145 The Land Use Regulatory and Entitlement
Process (OBE 19)



(6) Select two of the following:

(3) OBE 117 Business, Ethics and Society
(3) OBE 140 Managerial Real Estate (OBE 019 or
MGMT 133 or ENGR 140)
(3) OBE 149 Current Topics in Real Estate and Land Use
(Completion of 9 units of required real estate
courses, including OBE 19)
(3) OBE 153 Management of Human Resources
(3) OBE 155 Conflict Management and Negotiation
(3) OBE 196 Experimental Offerings in Real Estate and Land Use Affairs
(3) MGMT 136 Modern Portfolio Management
(3) MGMT 137 Financial Institutions and Markets
(3) MGMT 138 Principles of Risk Management and Insurance
(3) MGMT 187 Entrepreneurship
(3) MIS 175 Microcomputers for Managers
(1) CM 10 The Construction Industry
(3) CM 110 Legal Aspects of Construction
(3) CM 111 Construction Labor Relations
(3) ECN 180 Urban Economics
(2) ENGR 140 Engineering Economics
(3) ENVS 122 Environmental Impact Analysis: The Procedure
and the Statement
(3) GEOG 109 Geographic Information Systems
(3) GEOG 141 Geography of Economic Activity
(3) GEOG 147 Urban Geography
(3) GEOG 181 Spatial Analysis
(3) GEOG 193A Field Geography: Urban Metropolitan
(3) GOVT 180 California State and Local Government
(3) GOVT 185 Problems of Urbanization

Real Estate and Land Use Affairs Minor

Justification:
• Reflects minor name change to OBE 145 (clarify course names)
• Addition of alternate prerequisites for OBE 142 and OBE 143 (add flexibility by using alternate prerequisites)
• Add OBE 140 to elective alternatives (provide another alternate elective)

PROPOSED CHANGES:
1. OBE 142: addition of an alternate prerequisite
2. OBE 143 and OBE 145: reflects minor change to name of courses
3. Add OBE 140 to optional courses

NEW PROGRAM OLD PROGRAM
(12) Required

OBE 19 Real Estate Principles

Select three from the following:

OBE 141 Managerial Real Estate Law (OBE 19)
OBE 142 Real Estate Finance (OBE 19 or OBE 140, ACCY 161A or MGMT 133 or ENGR 140)
OBE 143 Market Analysis and Feasibility Studies (OBE 19 or OBE 140 ACCY 161A or MGMT 133 or ENGR 140)
OBE 145 The Land Use Regulatory Environment (OBE 19)


(3) One course or 3 units from the following:

Legal Aspects of Real Estate (offered at Community College)
Real Estate Appraisal (offered at Community College)
Real Estate Economics (offered at Community College)
Real Property Management (offered at Community College)

OBE 117 Business, Ethics and Society
OBE 140 Real Estate Development
OBE 141 Managerial Real Estate Law (OBE 19)*
OBE 142 Real Estate Finance (OBE 19 or OBE 140, ACCY 161A or MGMT 133 or ENGR 140)*
OBE 143 Market Analysis and Feasibility Studies (OBE 19 or OBE 140 ACCY 161A or MGMT 133 or ENGR 140)*
OBE 145 The Land Use Regulatory Environment (OBE 19)*
OBE 153 Management of Human Resources
OBE 155 Conflict Management and Negotiation
OBE 196 Experimental Offerings in Real Estate and Land Use Affairs
MGMT 138 Principles of Risk Management and Insurance
MGMT 187 Entrepreneurship
MIS 173 Microcomputers for Managers
CM 10 The Construction Industry
ENGR 140 Engineering Economics
(*) If not taken previously course can be taken as elective

(12) Required

OBE 19 Real Estate Principles

Select three of the following:

OBE 141 Managerial Real Estate Law. (OBE 19)
OBE 142 Real Estate Finance (OBE 19 and MGMT 133 or ENGR 140)
OBE 143 Market Analysis and Feasibility Studies (OBE 19 or ACCY 121or MGMT 133) or ENGR 140)
OBE 145 The Land Use Regulatory and Entitlement Process (OBE 19)

(3) One of the following:

Legal Aspects of Real Estate (offered at Community College)
Real Estate Appraisal (offered at Community College)
Real Estate Economics (offered at Community College)
Real Property Management (offered at Community College)

OBE 117 Business, Ethics and Society
OBE 141 Managerial Real Estate Law (OBE 19)*
OBE 142 Real Estate Finance (OBE 19 or ACCY
161A or MGMT 133 or ENGR 140)*
OBE 143 Market Analysis and Feasibility Studies (OBE 19 or ACCY 161A or MGMT 133
or ENGR 140)*
OBE 145 The Land Use Regulatory and
Entitlement Process (OBE 19)*
OBE 153 Management of Human Resources
OBE 155 Conflict Management and Negotiation
OBE 196 Experimental Offerings in Real Estate and
Land Use Affairs
MGMT 138 Principles of Risk Management and
Insurance
MGMT 187 Entrepreneurship
MIS 173 Microcomputers for Managers
CM 10 The Construction Industry
ENGR 140 Engineering Economics

(*) If not taken previously can be taken as elective

NOTE: With the exception of CM 10 (1 unit) and ENGR 140 (2 units) all courses are 3-unit courses.

 


COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

Department of Counselor Education

SUBSTANTIVE CHANGE

M.S. in Counseling

Justification: 1. EDC 480: Field Study in Counseling needs to change from 65 clock hours per one unit to 100 clock hours per unit. This change is needed to meet the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP). This change will make EDC 480. Field Study in Counseling 6 units throughout all specializations of the program.
2. The existing CSUS course EDC 282. Practicum in Group Counseling needs to become a required core class for all specializations in the Department of Counselor Education. Currently the Career Counseling Specialization does not require this course. This change is needed to meet the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP) accreditation mandates for the Master of Science degree in Counseling.
3. The existing CSUS course EDC 260. Career Development needs to become a required core class for all
specializations in the Department of Counselor Education. Currently the Community Counseling Specialization does not require this course. This change is needed to meet the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP) accreditation mandates for the Master of Science degree in Counseling.
4. The existing course EDC 231. Diagnosis and Treatment Planning needs to become a required course for
the Community Counseling Specialization to meet the accreditation mandates of the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP) for the Master of Science degree in Counseling.
5. EDC 475 will now be listed in the catalog as a core course for all four specializations, where previously it was listed under each specialization.

NEW PROGRAM

A.Required Courses for All Specializations (36 units)
(3) EDC 210 Multicultural/Ethnic Counseling
(EDC 171A, EDC 171B, EDC 171C, EDC 171D, EDC 171E)
(3) EDC 212 Gender Roles and Sexuality in Counseling
(2) EDC 214 Dynamics of Human Development
(2) EDC 216 Counseling Theory (Corequisite: EDC280)
(3) EDC 218 Appraisal in Counseling
(3) EDC 219 Group Processes in Counseling
(4) EDC 250 Educational Research (Graduate standing)
(3) EDC 260 Career Development
(2) EDC 280 Practicum in Communication (Corequisite: EDC 216)
(2) EDC 282 Practicum in Group Counseling
(3) EDC 475 Practicum in Counseling
(6) EDC 480 Field Study in Counseling


B. Specialization Requirements (18-21 units)
1. Career Counseling
(4) EDC 262 Career Counseling Process
(3) EDC 264 Seminar in Counseling: Career Systems Development
(1) EDS 265 Current Issues in Counseling: Disabled
(3) EDC 266 Seminar in Counseling: Career Program Development (3) EDC 268 Career and Job Search
(4-7) Electives

 


2. Community Counseling
(1) EDC 265 Current Issues in Counseling: Disabled
(3)EDC 201 Seminar in Community Counseling: Scope and Practice
(3)EDC 202 Seminar in Community Counseling: Theory, Practice, Process; Individual, Family, Agency
(3) EDC 203 Seminar in Community Counseling: Advanced Multicultural Counseling
(3)EDC 204 Advanced Seminar in Community Counseling: Methods and Strategies for Chemical Dependency
(3)EDC 231 Diagnosis and Treatment Planning
(2)EDC 233 Substance Abuse and the Family
(1-6) Electives

3. Marriage, Family and Child Counseling
(3) EDC 230 Law and Ethics for Marriage, Family, and Child Counseling
(3) EDC 231 Diagnosis and Treatment Planning OR
PSYC 268# Advanced Psychopathology
(2) EDC 233 Substance Abuse and the Family OR
PSYC 250# Alcohol and Chemical Substance Dependency
:Detection and Treatment
(3) EDC 234 Seminar: Marriage and Family Counseling OR
PSYC 225# Theories and Techniques of Marriage, Family and
Child Counseling
(3) EDC 235 Advanced Seminar: Marriage and Family Counseling
(3) EDC 272 Seminar: Counseling Children and Youth
(3) EDC 476 Practicum in Marriage, Family and Child Counseling
(1) EDS 265 Current Issues in Counseling Disabled

 

4. School Counseling
(3)EDC 234 Seminar: Marriage and Family Counseling
(3)EDC 270 Organization and Administration of School Counseling
Programs
(3)EDC 272 Seminar: Counseling Children and Youth
(3)EDC 274 Seminar: Implementation of Guidance Curricula in
School Counseling
(3)EDC 276 Consultation and Supervision in School Counseling
(2)EDS 100A Education of Exceptional Children/Youth
(1)EDS 100B Education of Exceptional Children/Youth Lab
(0-3) Electives

 

 

C. Culminating Requirement (0-6 units)
Select either of the following choices:
Choice A
Thesis or Project: Plan A or Plan B plus EDC 505 Seminar:
(3) EDC 505 Seminar: Preparation of Master's Thesis/Project
(3) EDC 550 Master’s Thesis – Counseling - Plan A (OR)
(3) EDC 551 Master’s Project – Counseling – Plan B
Choice B
Oral/Written Examination: Plan C
(3) EDC 290 Comprehensive Examination (Oral/Written) – Plan C

OLD PROGRAM

A. Required Courses for All Specializations (22 units)
(3) EDC 210 Multicultural/Ethnic Counseling
(EDC 171A, EDC 171B, EDC 171C, EDC 171D, EDC 171E)
(3) EDC 212 Gender Roles and Sexuality in Counseling
(2) EDC 214 Dynamics of Human Development
(2) EDC 216 Counseling Theory (Corequisite: EDC280)
(3) EDC 218 Appraisal in Counseling
(3) EDC 219 Group Processes in Counseling
(3) EDC 250 Educational Research (Graduate standing)
(2) EDC 280 Practicum in Communication (Corequisite: EDC 216)


B. Specialization Requirements (35-38 units)

1. Career Counseling
(3) EDC 260 Career Development
(4) EDC 262 Career Counseling Process
(3) EDC 264 Seminar in Counseling: Career Systems Development
(1) EDS 265 Current Issues in Counseling: Disabled
(2) EDC 266 Seminar in Counseling: Career Program Development
(3) EDC 268 Career and Job Search
(3) EDC 475 Practicum in Counseling
(9) EDC 480 Field Study in Counseling
(6-9) Electives

2. Community Counseling
(1) EDC 265 Current Issues in Counseling: Disabled
(3) EDC 201 Seminar in Community Counseling: Scope and Practice
(3) EDC 202 Seminar in Community Counseling: Theory, Practice, Process; Individual, Family, Agency
(3) EDC 203 Seminar in Community Counseling: Advanced Multicultural Counseling
(3) EDC 204 Advanced Seminar in Community Counseling: Methods and Strategies for Chemical Dependency
(4) EDC 475 Practicum in Counseling
(8) EDC 480 Field Study in Counseling
(9-12) Electives

3. Marriage, Family and Child Counseling
(3) EDC 230 Law and Ethics for Marriage, Family, and Child Counseling
(3) EDC 231 Diagnosis and Treatment Planning OR
PSYC 268# Advanced Psychopathology
(2) EDC 233 Substance Abuse and the Family OR
PSYC 250# Alcohol and Chemical Substance Dependency:
Detection and Treatment
(3) EDC 234 Seminar: Marriage and Family Counseling OR
PSYC 225# Theories and Techniques of Marriage, Family and
Child Counseling
(3) EDC 235 Advanced Seminar: Marriage and Family Counseling
(3) EDC 260 Career Development
(3) EDC 272 Seminar: Counseling Children and Youth
(2) EDC 282 Practicum in Group Counseling
(3) EDC 475 Practicum in Counseling
(1) EDC 476 Practicum in Marriage, Family and Child Counseling
(8) EDC 480 Field Study in Counseling
(1) EDS 265 Current Issues in Counseling Disabled
(0-3) Electives

4. School Counseling
(3)EDC 234 Seminar: Marriage and Family Counseling
(3)EDC 260 Career Development
(3)EDC 270 Organization and Administration of School Counseling
Programs
(3)EDC 272 Seminar: Counseling Children and Youth
(3)EDC 274 Seminar: Implementation of Guidance Curricula in
School Counseling
(3) EDC 276 Consultation and Supervision in School Counseling
(2) EDC282 Practicum in Group Counseling
(3) EDC 475 Practicum in Counseling
(9) EDC 480 Field Study in Counseling
(2) EDS 100A Education of Exceptional Children/Youth
(1) EDS 100B Education of Exceptional Children/Youth Lab
(0-3) Electives

C. Culminating Requirement (0-6 units)
Select either of the following choices:
Choice A
Thesis or Project: Plan A or Plan B plus EDC 505 Seminar:
(3) EDC 505 Seminar: Preparation of Master's Thesis/Project
(3) EDC 550 Master’s Thesis – Counseling - Plan A (OR)
(3) EDC 551 Master’s Project – Counseling – Plan B
Choice B
Oral/Written Examination: Plan C
(3) EDC 290 Comprehensive Examination (Oral/Written) – Plan C

Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies

NON-SUBSTANTIVE CHANGE

Preliminary Administrative Services and Preliminary Administrative Services Internship Credentials

Justification: Preliminary Administrative Services Credential and Preliminary Administrative Services Intern Credential are being modified to include EDLP 250 Ed. Research and EDLP 299 Special Problems as part of the electives (Section C-electives). The proposed changes will align the Preliminary Credential and Intern Program closer to the Masters of Arts in Education: Educational Leadership Option. No changes to the Masters Degree program are required. The proposed changes will not cost additional resources to the department, school or university. Department policy requires that we offer such electives on a rotating basis. These courses are offered every semester.

NEW PROGRAM

C. Electives (15 units)
Other electives not changed

(3) Select one of the following:

EDLP 202 Legal Basis of Education
EDLP 203 Financial Resources Planning and Allocation
EDLP 205 Curriculum Development
EDLP 206 Supervision & Leadership
EDLP 207 Power and Politics
EDLP 208 Theory & Process of School Leadership/Management
EDLP 209 Human Resources in Education
EDLP 210 School Community Relations
EDLP 215 Analysis of Exemplary Schools
EDLP 218 Computers & Technology in Educational Leadership
EDLP 220 Bilingual Program Management and Options
EDLP 250 Educational Research
EDLP 296 Experimental Offerings in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies
EDLP 299 Special Problems-Educational Leadership and Policy Studies


OLD PROGRAM

C. Electives (15 units)
Other electives not changed

(3) Select one of the following:

EDLP 202 Legal Basis of Education
EDLP 203 Financial Resources Planning and Allocation
EDLP 205 Curriculum Development
EDLP 206 Supervision & Leadership
EDLP 207 Power and Politics
EDLP 208 Theory & Process of School Leadership/Management
EDLP 209 Human Resources in Education
EDLP 210 School Community Relations
EDLP 215 Analysis of Exemplary Schools
EDLP 218 Computers & Technology in Educational Leadership
EDLP 220 Bilingual Program Management and Options
EDLP 296 Experimental Offerings in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies

Department of Special Education, Rehabilitation and School Psychology

NEW PROGRAMS

Master of Arts in Education (School Psychology)

Justification: This proposal is for the addition of a School Psychology Option to the current Master of Arts in Education. As this degree option is implemented the current Master of Science in Counseling will be phased out. The proposal represents an effort to more closely align the degree with the current training demands for school psychologists. In addition, it was recommended by our external evaluator during our last program review. As part of the proposal one new course is being planned, one new elective is being included, courses are being dropped and three course changes are proposed.

COURSE SEQUENCE FOR MASTERS

First Semester

EDS 231 Group Process in School Psychology (3)
EDS 245 Psychology in the Schools (3)
EDS 248 Human Development and Learning (3)
EDS 201 Legal Aspects in Special Education (3)
EDC 210 Multicultural Counseling

(3)

    (15)

Second Semester

EDS 241 Counseling and Psychotherapy for School Psychologists (3)
EDS 242A Cognitive Assessment (3)
EDS 250 Educational Research (3)
EDS 440 Practicum in Counseling for School Psychologists (3)
    (12)

Third Semester

EDS 240 Functional Assessment of Behavior (course change) (3)
EDS 244 Social, Emotional, and Behavioral Assessment (3)
EDS 246A Preventive Academic Interventions (course change) (3)
EDS *** Special Education Instructional course (elective) (3)
    (12)


Fourth Semester

EDS 247 Assessment of Special Needs (3)
Culminating Experience EDS 249, Special Seminar: School Psychology (course change)
or EDS 540 or EDS 541
(3-6)
EDTE Regular education elective (3)
EDS 246B Preventive Mental Health Interventions (new course) (3)
    (12-15)
TOTAL   (51-54)

MASTERS IN EDUCATION, SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY OPTION
TWO YEAR SCHEDULING PATTERN

Fall semester, Year one and Year two

EDS 231
Group Process in School Psychology
(3)
EDS 245 Psychology in the Schools (3)
EDS 248 Human Development and Learning (3)
EDS 201 Legal Aspects in Special Education (3)
EDC 210 Multicultural Counseling (3)
EDS 240 Functional Assessment of Behavior (course change) (3)
EDS 244 Social, Emotional, and Behavioral Assessment (3)
EDS 246A Preventive Academic Interventions (course change) (3)
EDS *** Special Education Instructional course (elective) (3)

Spring semester, Year one

EDS 241
Counseling and Psychotherapy for School Psychologists
(3)
EDS 242A Cognitive Assessment (3)
EDS 250 Educational Research (3)
EDS 440
Practicum in Counseling for School Psychologists
(3)
EDS 247 Assessment of Special Needs (3)
Culminating
Experience
EDS 249, Special Seminar: School Psychology (course change)
or EDS 540 or EDS 541
(3-6)

Spring semester, Year two


+EDTE
Regular education elective (3)
++EDS246B Preventive Mental Health Interventions (new course) (3)

+ new elective for our students but likely no new sections needed as we expect our students to distribute among various possible electives
++new course

 

American Sign Language/Deaf Studies

Justification: This proposal is for a minor in ASL/Deaf Studies within the Department of Special Education, Rehabilitation, and School Psychology. There is a need for people with signing skills to become interpreters, teachers, counselors, audiologists, etc. working with the deaf. These people require background knowledge and training in sign language and the Deaf community in order to properly do their jobs within the sociocultural context. There are currently no such degree programs in northern California providing this educational background.

American Sign Language & Deaf Studies takes an interdisciplinary approach to the study of deaf and hard-of-hearing people in American and world society. The program promotes the understanding of Deaf people as a linguistic and cultural group and encourages students to analyze existing stereotypes and policies relating to deaf and hard-of-hearing people in order to work both within their own communities and others in effecting change for the betterment of the deaf and hard-of-hearing community.

With an ASL/Deaf Studies Minor, students may obtain entry-level jobs in settings working with the deaf such as residential supervisor, classroom aide, vocational trainer, and much more. Students may also combine an ASL/Deaf Studies minor with a related Major field of study such as Education, Counseling, Audiology and Speech Therapy for a more well-rounded grounding in the issues relating to the deaf and hard of hearing in their fields. Students in fields which are not specifically deaf-related such as nursing, law, computer engineering, and many more may also experience an edge in gaining employment, whether in deaf-related settings or not, with a minor in ASL/Deaf Studies compared to those without similar coursework or experience. Further, students having completed the ASL/Deaf Studies Minor may be able to waive similar coursework at other universities with specialized fields of study relating to deafness that may not be offered in the Sacramento region.
To qualify for the ASL/Deaf Studies Minor, students must complete the following courses (20 units):

EDS 150: Beginning American Sign Language 1A (3)
EDS 151: Beginning American Sign Language 1B (3)
EDS 152: Intermediate American Sign Language (4)
EDS 153: Advanced ASL: Instructing and Informing (4)
EDS 160: Deaf History and Education (3)
EDS 161: Deaf Community and Culture (3)

 


COLLEGE OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES

Department of Physical Therapy

SUBSTANTIVE CHANGE

Master's of Physical Therapy

Justification: In light of a national effort to standardize the entrance requirements for students applying to physical therapy across the country launched by the American Physical Therapy Association, Section on Education, Academic Administrators, the Department of Physical Therapy is requesting approval of the changes in the prerequisite requirements for entry into the Master's curriculum to coincide with the next catalog year.

Delete the following prerequisites:

BIO 122 Advanced Human Anatomy (4)
BIO 123 Neuroanatomy (3)
BIO 132 Neurophysiology (3)
KINS 176 Perceptual Motor Development (3)
KINS 176A Lifespan Motor Development (3)
CHDV 30 Human Development (3)

Add:

KINS 151A Biomechanics as an alternative to KINS 151 (3)

 

NEW PROGRAM OLD PROGRAM

Biological Sciences:
BIO 22 Intro Human Anatomy w/lab OR (4)
BIO 25 Human Anatomy & Physiology I w/lab AND (4)
BIO 26 Human Anatomy & Physiology II w/lab (4)

BIO 131 Systemic Physiology w/lab OR (4)
BIO 31 Intro Human Physiology w/lab OR (4)
BIO 25 Human Anatomy & Physiology I w/lab AND (4)
BIO 26 Human Anatomy & Physiology II w/lab (4)

 

General Studies:
PSYC 1 Introductory Psychology OR (3)
PSYC 5 Introductory Psychology (3)
PSYC 148 Child Psychology OR (3)
PSYC 150 Psych Aspects of Aging OR (3)
PSYC 151 Psych Aspects of Death and Dying OR (3)
PSYC 168 Abnormal Psychology (3)
STAT 1 Statistics (3)
COMS 4 Introduction to Public Speaking (3)

Chemistry:
CHEM 1A General Chemistry I w/lab OR (5)
CHEM 6A Intro to General Chemistry w/lab (5)
CHEM 1B General Chemistry II w/lab OR (5)
CHEM 6B Intro to Organic & Biological Chem w/lab (5)

Physics:
PHYS 5A General Physics I w/lab (4)
PHYS 5B General Physics II w/lab (4)

Other Required Courses:
KINS 151 Kinesiology w/lab OR (3)
KINS 151A Biomechanics (3)
KINS 152 Physiology of Exercise w/lab (3)
NURS 130 Pathophysiology (2)
NURS 14 Pharmacology (2)

 


TOTAL Units: 48-56

Biological Sciences:
BIO 22 Intro Human Anatomy w/lab OR (4)
BIO 25 Human Anatomy & Physiology I w/lab AND (4)
BIO 26 Human Anatomy & Physiology II w/lab (4)
BIO 122 Advanced Human Anatomy w/lab (4)
BIO 131 Systemic Physiology w/lab OR (4)
BIO 31 Intro Human Physiology w/lab OR (4)
BIO 25 Human Anatomy & Physiology I w/lab AND (4)
BIO 26 Human Anatomy & Physiology II w/lab (4)
BIO 123 Neuroanatomy w/lab (3)
BIO 132 Neurophysiology (3)

General Studies:
PSYC 1 Introductory Psychology OR (3)
PSYC 5 Introductory Psychology (3)
PSYC 148 Child Psychology OR (3)
PSYC 150 Psych Aspects of Aging OR (3)
PSYC 151 Psych Aspects of Death and Dying OR (3)
PSYC 168 Abnormal Psychology (3)
STAT 1 Statistics (3)
COMS 4 Introduction to Public Speaking (3)

Chemistry:
CHEM 1A General Chemistry I w/lab OR (5)
CHEM 6A Intro to General Chemistry w/lab (5)
CHEM 1B General Chemistry II w/lab OR (5)
CHEM 6B Intro to Organic & Biological Chem w/lab (5)

Physics:
PHYS 5A General Physics I w/lab (4)
PHYS 5B General Physics II w/lab (4)

Other Required Courses:
KINS 151 Kinesiology (3)

KINS 152 Physiology of Exercise w/lab (3)
NURS 130 Pathophysiology (2)
NURS 14 Pharmacology (2)
CHDV 30 Human Development OR (3)
KINS 176 Perceptual Motor Development OR (3)
KINS 176A Lifespan Motor Development (3)

TOTAL Units: 61-69

 

Department of Speech Pathology and Audiology

NON-SUBSTANTIVE CHANGE

Graduate Speech Pathology and Audiology

Justification: In response to the changes in GRE format, we propose a change to our Graduate school admission criteria. Graduate Record Examination (GRE) scores totaling at least 900 on the verbal and quantitative portions of the test. IN the event that 900 is not achieved, the minimum total score is 1350 if the analytic score is included, or 4.5 on the analytical writing portion.

OLD PROGRAM

Graduate Record Examination (GRE) scores totaling at least 900 on the verbal and quantitative portions of the test, or 1350 if the analytic score is included. (The GRE may be waived if the student has a 3.5 GPA or above in SPHP courses.)

NEW PROGRAM

Graduate Record Examination (GRE) scores totaling at least 900 on the verbal and quantitative portions of the test. In the event that 900 is not achieved, the minimum total score required is 1350 if the analytic score is included, or 4.5 on the analytical writing portion. (The GRE may be waived if the student has a 3.5 GPA or above in SPHP courses.)