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UNDERGRADUATE AND GRADUATE
PROGRAM CHANGE PROPOSALS

LIST #2– 2003/2004

 List #2 of Course Change Proposals is
located at http://www.csus.edu/acaf/policies/03-04crslst2.stm for your review.

The Curriculum Subcommittee will meet on
Tuesday, September 23, 2003, at 1:30 in SAC 275
to review the Program Change Proposals contained in this list.
(Response due to Academic Affairs by September 23, 2003)

Program Proposals

Past Program Change Proposal Lists:

College of Education
College of Social Sciences & Interdisciplinary Studies

Program Change List #1

 

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies

NON-SUBSTANTIVE CHANGE

Master's of Arts in Education: Higher Education Leadership Option

Justification: The Masters of Arts in Education: Higher Education Leadership Option is being modified in order to make it more efficient and focused on higher education curriculum by eliminating EDLP 202, 203, 205, 207 and 291. The proposed courses to be deleted cover K-12 curriculum.

NEW PROGRAM

B. Electives 15 units
EDLP 223 Adv Sem.: Student Affairs Leadership 3 units
EDLP 224 Adv. Sem.: Program Development /Evaluation 3 units
EDLP 225 Adv. Sem. Higher Education Ethics 3 units
EDLP 273 Adv. Sem.: Grants Proposals & System Planning 3 units
EDLP 278 Adv Sem.: Collaborative Leadership/Management 3 units
EDLP 282 Adv. Sem.: Analysis of Ed. Policy Development 3 units
EDLP 283 Adv. Sem.: Economic Analysis of Educational Policy 3 units
EDLP 292 Adv. Sem.: Current Topics in Educational Leadership 3 units
EDLP 294 Cooperative Education 3 units
EDLP 296 Experimental in Ed Leadership 3 units
EDLP 299 Special Problems—Educational Leadership 3 units


OLD PROGRAM

B. Electives 15 units

EDLP 202 Legal Basis of Education 3 units
EDLP 203 Financial Resources Planning and Allocation 3 units
EDLP 205 Curriculum Development 3 units
EDLP 207 Power and Politics 3 units
EDLP 223 Advanced Seminar: Student Affairs Leadership 3 units
EDLP 224 Advanced Seminar: Program Development /Evaluation 3 units
EDLP 225 Advanced Seminar: Higher Education Ethics 3 units
EDLP 273 Adv. Sem.: Grants, Proposals & Systemic Planning 3 units
EDLP 278 Adv. Sem.: Collaborative Leadership/Management 3 units
EDLP 282 Adv. Sem.: Analysis of Ed. Policy Development 3 units
EDLP 283 Adv. Sem.: Economic Analysis of Educational Policy 3 units
EDLP 291 Adv. Sem.: Reflective Leadership 3 units
EDLP 292 Adv. Sem.: Current Topics in Educational Leadership 3 units
EDLP 294 Cooperative Education 3 units
EDLP 296 Experimental in Ed Leadership 3 units
EDLP 299 Special Problems—Educational Leadership 3 units


 

COLLEGE OF SOCIAL SCIENCES & INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES

Department of Sociology

SUBSTANTIVE CHANGES

Sociology Undergraduate Program

Justification: The Department of Sociology has added eight courses to its undergraduate curriculum, and four courses to its graduate curriculum. In the undergraduate program, though all the courses are elective courses and unit total for the major will not change, we have added a course to our Area Division Core Courses that students may choose from, and we have re-organized some courses in our areas of study electives. We believe this will bring more topical coherence and depth to our area of study selections.

NEW PROGRAM OLD PROGRAM
MAJOR REQUIREMENTS A BA
Units required for Major: 43
Minimum total units required for the BA: 120
Courses in parentheses are prerequisites.

A. Required Lower Division Courses (6 units)

(3) SOC 001 Principles of Sociology
(3) Select one of the following:
SOC 003 Social Problems
SOC 005 Marriage & Its Alternatives
SOC 008 Sense & Nonsense in Social Issues and Research
SOC 010 Issues in Crime & Social Control

B. Area Division Core Courses (22 units)

(4) SOC 101 Introduction to Statistics for Sociologists
(4) SOC 102A Research Methods in Sociology (SOC 101)
(2) SOC 102B Research Methods Lab (SOC 101; SOC 102A)
(3) SOC 125 Class & Inequality (SOC 001)
(3) SOC 150 Social Psychology
(3) SOC 192 Sociological Theory (SOC 001)
(3) Select one of the following:
SOC 130 Political Sociology (SOC 001 or equivalent)
SOC 140 Sociology of Education
SOC 164 Sociology of Globalization
SOC 166 Family
SOC 171 Sociology of Religion
SOC 175 Workers, Managers, and Bureaucracy

C. Additional Upper Division Requirements (15 units)

Select one of the following areas of study in consultation with a department advisor.

1. Criminology and Deviance
(3) SOC 155 Criminology
(3) SOC 156 Delinquency
(3) SOC 157 Issues in Courts & Prisons
(6) Select two of the following:
SOC 110 Urban Life & Problems
SOC 135 Sociology of Popular Culture
SOC 136 Social Movements (SOC 001)
SOC 158 Sociology of Deviance
SOC 195* Internship & Fieldwork (Permission of instructor) OR
SOC 199* Independent Study
CRJ 136 Analysis of Career Criminals
WOMS 139 Violence Against Women

2. Family and Socialization
(3) SOC 126 Sociology of Gender
(3) SOC 140 Sociology of Education
(3) SOC 166 The Family
(6) Select two of the following:
SOC 106 Demography (SOC 001)
SOC 127 Men, Masculinity and Society
SOC 146 Sociology of Aging
SOC 168 Self & Society (Passing score on WPE)
SOC 169 Changing American Family
SOC 190 Sociology of Small Groups (SOC 001 or equivalent)
SOC 195* Internship & Fieldwork (Permission of instructor) OR
SOC 199* Independent Study
ETHN 173 Black Family in the US

3. Race and Ethnicity
(3) SOC 118 Chicano Community
(3) SOC 120 Ethnic & Race Relations
(3) SOC 123 Black Studies in Sociology
(6) Select two of the following:
SOC 110 Urban Life & Problems
SOC 122 Labor migration, Immigration, and Transnationalism in the Modern World
SOC 136 Social Movements (SOC 001)
SOC 160 Asian Societies
SOC 162 Middle Eastern Societies & Culture
SOC 195* Internship & Fieldwork (Permission of instructor) OR
SOC 199* Independent Study
ETHN 112 Contemporary Asian American Issues
ETHN 170 Pan African Studies
GOVT 163 Introduction to Black Politics in the U.S. (GOVT 001 or equivalent)
WOMS 137 Women of Color

4. Urban Studies
(3) SOC 110 Urban Life & Problems
(3) SOC 120 Ethnic & Race Relations
(3 SOC 155 Criminology
(6) Select two of the following:
SOC 106 Demography (SOC 001)
SOC 118 Chicano Community
SOC 133 Global Perspectives on Sport
SOC 138 Introduction to Environmental Sociology
SOC 140 Sociology of Education
SOC 164 Sociology of Globalization
SOC 175 Workers, Managers, and Bureaucracy
SOC 195* Internship & Fieldwork (Permission of Instructor) OR
SOC 199* Independent Study
ANTH 163 Urban Anthropology
ECON 180 Urban Economics (ECON 001B)
GOVT 185 Problems of Urbanization (GOVT 001 or equivalent)
5. General Sociology
(15) Select 15 units of upper division Sociology courses.
* Note: SOC 195 or SOC 199 can be taken for 1 3 units of credit. A maximum of 3
units in SOC 195 or SOC 199 may be counted toward the major.


MAJOR REQUIREMENTS A BA
Total units required for BA: 124
Total units required for Major: 43
Courses in parentheses are prerequisites.

A. Required Lower Division Courses (6 units)

(3) SOC 001 Principles of Sociology
(3) Select one of the following:
SOC 003 Social Problems
SOC 005 Marriage & Its Alternatives
SOC 008 Sense & Nonsense in Social Issues and Research
SOC 010 Issues in Crime & Social Control

B. Area Division Core Courses (22 units)

(4) SOC 101 Introduction to Statistics for Sociologists
(4) SOC 102A Research Methods in Sociology (SOC 101)
(2) SOC 102B Research Methods Lab (SOC 101; SOC 102A)
(3) SOC 125 Class & Inequality (SOC 001)
(3) SOC 150 Social Psychology
(3) SOC 192 Sociological Theory (SOC 001)
(3) Select one of the following:
SOC 130 Political Sociology (SOC 001 or equivalent)
SOC 140 Sociology of Education
SOC 164 Sociology of Globalization
SOC 166 Family
SOC 171 Sociology of Religion and American Society
SOC 175 Workers, Managers, and Bureaucracy (SOC 001 or equivalent)

C. Additional Upper Division Requirements (15 units)

Select one of the following areas of study in consultation with a department advisor.

1. Criminology and Deviance
(3) SOC 155 Criminology
(3) SOC 156 Delinquency
(3) SOC 157 Issues in Courts & Prisons
(6) Select two of the following:
SOC 110 Urban Life & Problems
SOC 135 Sociology of Popular Culture
SOC 136 Social Movements (SOC 001)
SOC 158 Sociology of Deviance
SOC 195* Internship & Fieldwork (Permission of instructor) OR
SOC 199* Independent Study
CRJ 136 Analysis of Career Criminals
WOMS 139 Violence Against Women

2. Family and Socialization
(3) SOC 126 Sociology of Gender

(3) SOC 140 Sociology of Education
(3) SOC 166 The Family
(6) Select two of the following:
SOC 106 Demography (SOC 001)
SOC 127 Men, Masculinity and Society
SOC 146 Sociology of Aging
SOC 168 Self & Society (Passing score on WPE)
SOC 169 Changing American Family
SOC 190 Sociology of Small Groups (SOC 001 or equivalent)
SOC 195* Internship & Fieldwork (Permission of instructor) OR
SOC 199* Independent Study
ETHN 173 Black Family in the US

3. Race and Ethnicity
(3) SOC 110 Urban Life & Problems
(3) SOC 118 Chicano Community
(3) SOC 120 Ethnic & Race Relations
Select two of the following: (6)
SOC 121 Labor migration, Immigration, and Transnationalism in the Modern World
SOC 123 Black Studies in Sociology
SOC 136 Social Movements (SOC 001)
SOC 160 Asian Societies
SOC 162 Middle Eastern Societies & Culture
SOC 195* Internship & Fieldwork (Permission of instructor) OR
SOC 199* Independent Study
ETHN 112 Contemporary Asian American Issues
ETHN 170 Pan African Studies
GOVT 163 Introduction to Black Politics in the U.S. (GOVT 001 or equivalent)
WOMS 137 Women of Color

4. Urban Studies
(3) SOC 110 Urban Life & Problems
(3) SOC 120 Ethnic & Race Relations
(3 SOC 155 Criminology
(6) Select two of the following:
SOC 106 Demography (SOC 001)
SOC 118 Chicano Community
SOC 133 Perspectives on Sport
SOC 140 Sociology of Education
SOC 164 Sociology of Globalization
SOC 175 Workers, Managers, and Bureaucracy (SOC 001 or equivalent)
SOC 195* Internship & Fieldwork (Permission of instructor) OR
SOC 199* Independent Study
ANTH 163 Urban Anthropology
ECON 180 Urban Economics (ECON 001B)
GOVT 185 Problems of Urbanization (GOVT 001 or equivalent)

5. General Sociology
(15) Select 15 units of upper division Sociology courses.
* Note: SOC 195 or SOC 199 can be taken for 1-3 units of credit. A maximum of 3
units in SOC 195 or SOC 199 may be counted toward the major.

Sociology Graduate Program

Justification: Other than some minor deletions under the Admissions Procedures that do not affect the program, the department will now require that graduate applicants satisfactorily pass a writing exam offered through the Educational Testing Service (ETS) and submit their test results to the Graduate Center along with other application materials. We believe this will improve the quality of our graduate student applicant pool and the likelihood of graduates completing a higher quality thesis in a reasonable time.