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UNDERGRADUATE AND GRADUATE
PROGRAM CHANGE PROPOSALS

LIST #9– 2003/2004

 List #9 of Course Change Proposals is
located at http://www.csus.edu/acaf/policies/crslst.stm for your review.

 List #1 of Program Proposals to be reviewed by CPSP (Council on the Preparation of School Personnel) is
located at
http://www.csus.edu/acaf/policies/cpsplst.stm.

The Curriculum Subcommittee will meet on
Tuesday, March 9, 2004, at 1:30 p.m. in SAC 275
to review the Program Change Proposals contained in this list.
(Response due to Academic Affairs by March 9, 2004)

Program Proposals:

Past Program Change Proposal Lists:
CPSP:

College of Arts & Letters
College of Social Sciences & Interdisciplinary Studies

Program Change List #1
Program Change List #2
Program Change List #3
Program Change List #4

Program Change List #5
Program Change List #6
Program Change List #7

Program Change List #8

CPSP Change List #1

 

 


 

COLLEGE OF ARTS & LETTERS

Department of Design

NON-SUBSTANTIVE CHANGE

Bachelor of Arts in Photography
PHOT 164 to be added to elective options for Photography Majors. The Department of Design is requesting the reinstatement of this course. Offering PHOT 164 will help to assure NASAD accreditation for the Photography major. It was taught from 1974 through 1992 and was discontinued primarily due to a lack of available faculty to cover courses in the Photography Program. With two new full-time hires we have sufficient faculty to cover all of our offerings. In addition to lab and studio courses, photography majors need additional background in the history of photography. Understanding the impact of images in the context of culture broadens student's understanding of major photographic themes and movements.

 

COLLEGE OF SOCIAL SCIENCES & INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES

Asian Studies Program

SUBSTANTIVE CHANGE

Asian Studies
The Asian Studies Major is an inter-disciplinary major that was created by a number of faculty from different departments in the late 1980s. Since that time a number of faculty teaching Asia related courses have retired and a new group of faculty with expertise on Asia have been hired. Though there is some overlap between what the founding faculty offered and what the new faculty teach, there are a number of courses from the original major no longer offered as regularly as they once were and there are many new courses that have been developed by the new faculty which need to be incorporated into the major. The major revisions being proposed also take into account the recommendations of the last program review, most notably the addition of a senior capstone course. The new major contains a greater breadth of offerings. It removes a concentration that never really worked, while adding two new concentrations that will allow the major to appeal to an even broader range of students and that reflect the demographic interests and changes of the Sacramento region.

MAJOR
Units required for the Major: 42
Minimum total units required for the BA: 120

A. Core Courses (15 units)

NEW PROGRAM
OLD PROGRAM

(3) HRS 070 Arts & Ideas of Asia, I
or
(3) HRS 071 Arts & Ideas of Asia, II

and all of the following:
(3) ART 3 Art in the Asian World
(3) HIST 006 Asian Civilizations
(3) SOC 160 Asian Societies
(3) ASIA 198 Asia in the World Today



(3) ANTH 147 Peoples of Southeast Asia
(3) ASIA 100 Topics in Pacific Asian Studies
(3) HIST 006 Asian Civilizations
(3) HRS 070 Arts & Ideas of Asia, I
(3) SOC 160 Asian Societies

B. Concentration Requirements (15 units)

1. Japanese Studies Concentration

NEW PROGRAM
OLD PROGRAM
(3) ANTH 134 Japanese Culture and Society
(3) HIST 146A Cultural History of Japan to 1800
(3) HIST 146B Modern Japan 1800 to present
(3) HRS 174 Modern Japanese Literature and Culture
(3) JAPN 120 Japanese Civilization
Select five of the following:

(3) ANTH 134 Japanese Culture &
Society
(3) HIST 146A Cultural History of Japan
to 1800
(3) HIST 146B Modern Japan 1800 to
present
(3) JAPN 116A Language & Culture of
the Japanese (JAPN 002B)
(3) JAPN 116B Language & Culture of
the Japanese (JAPN 116A)
(3) JAPN 120 Japanese Civilization
(3) HRS 174 Modern Japanese
Literature & Culture

2. Chinese Studies Concentration

NEW PROGRAM
OLD PROGRAM
Select five of the following:

(3) ANTH 148 Anthropology of Chinese Societies
(3) CHIN 120 Chinese Civilization
(3) CHIN 150 Survey of Chinese Literature
(3) HIST 148A Traditional China to 1600
(3) HIST 148B Modern China, 1600-present
(3) HRS 172 The Classical Culture of China
(3) HRS 173 Chinese Philosophy and Religion
(3) PHIL 145A Chinese Philosophy

Select five of the following:

(3) CHIN 120 Chinese Civilization
(3) CHIN 150 Survey of Chinese
Literature (Passing score WPE)
(3) GOVT 145 China: Politics of Rules
& Change (GOVT 001)
(3) HIST 148A Traditional China to
1800 AD
(3) HIST 148B Modern China, 1800 to
present
(3) HRS 172 The Classical Culture of
China
(3) HRS 173 Chinese Philosophy &
Religion

 

3. General Pacific Asian Studies Concentration

NEW PROGRAM
OLD PROGRAM
THIS CONCENTRATION WILL NO LONGER BE OFFERED
Select five of the following:

(3) ANTH 134 Japanese Culture & Society
(3) HIST 146A Cultural History of Japan to 1800
(3) HIST 148A Traditional China to 1800 AD
(3) HIST 148B Modern China, 1800 to present
(3) HRS 171 Introduction to the Eastern World
(3) HRS 173 Chinese Philosophy & Religion

 

3. South and Southeast Asian Concentration

NEW PROGRAM
OLD PROGRAM
Select five of the following:

(3) ART 117A Arts of India and Southeast Asia
(3) ANTH 147 Peoples of Southeast Asia
(3) ANTH 149 Cultures of South Asia
(3) GEOG 126 Geography of Southeast Asia
(3) HRS 178A South Asian Religions I
(3) HRS 178B South Asian Religions II
(3) PHIL 145B Indian Philosophy

 

 

4. Asian-American Concentration

NEW PROGRAM
OLD PROGRAM
Select five of the following:

(3) ENGL 180M Asian American Literature
(3) ETHN 110 Asian Americans: Status and Identity
(3) ETHN 111 Southeast Asian Experience
(3) ETHN 112 Contemporary Asian American Issues
(3) ETHN 113 Asian American communities
(3) ETHN 114 Asian Americans and Globalization
(3) ETHN 116 Asian American Politics and Public Policy
(3) ETHN 118 Asian American Women
(3) ETHN 167 Asian American Families

 

 

C. Electives (12 units)

NEW PROGRAM
OLD PROGRAM

Students must take 12 units of electives
from four different groupings. Students
are not permitted to take an elective
from their area of concentration. In
other words, Japanese Studies
Concentration Majors can not take
courses from group 1, Chinese Studies
Concentration Majors, can not take
courses from group 2, South and
Southeast Asia Concentration Majors
may not take courses from group 3, and
Asian American Concentration Majors
may not take courses from group 4.

GROUP 1: JAPAN
(3) ANTH 134 Japanese Culture and
Society
(3) HIST 146A Cultural History of
Japan to 1800
(3) HIST 146B Modern Japan 1800 to
present
(3) HRS 174 Modern Japanese
Literature and Culture
(3) JAPN 120 Japanese Civilization

GROUP 2: CHINA
(3) ANTH 148 Anthropology of Chinese Societies
(3) CHIN 120 Chinese Civilization
(3) CHIN 150 Survey of Chinese Literature
(3) HIST 148A Traditional China to 1600
(3) HIST 148B Modern China, 1600-present
(3) HRS 172 The Classical Culture of China
(3) HRS 173 Chinese Philosophy and Religion
(3) PHIL 145A Chinese Philosophy

GROUP 3: SOUTH AND SOUTHEAST ASIA
(3)
ART 117A Arts of India and Southeast Asia
(3) ANTH 147 Peoples of Southeast Asia
(3) ANTH 149 Cultures of South Asia
(3) GEOG 126 Geography of Southeast Asia
(3) HRS 178A South Asian Religions I
(3) HRS 178B South Asian Religions II
(3) PHIL 145B Indian Philosophy

GROUP 4: ASIAN-AMERICAN
(3) ENGL 180M Asian American
Literature
(3) ETHN 110 Asian Americans:
Status and Identity
(3) ETHN 111 Southeast Asian
Experience
(3) ETHN 112 Contemporary Asian
American Issues
(3) ETHN 113 Asian American
communities
(3) ETHN 114 Asian Americans and
Globalization
(3) ETHN 116 Asian American Politics
and Public Policy
(3) ETHN 118 Asian American
Women
(3) ETHN 167 Asian American
Families

GROUP 5: PAN-ASIA
(3) ART 117B Art of China and Japan
(3) ASIA 177 Modern East Asian Cinema
(3) GEOG 125 Geography of East Asia
(3) HRS 175 Zen Buddhism and Taoism
(3) HRS 176 Confucianism
(3) MUSC 119 World Music

GROUP 6: ADVANCED LANGUAGE
(3) JAPN 107 Business Japanese (One
year of Japanese or permission of
the instructor)
(3) JAPN 110 Introduction to Japanese
literature
(3) JAPN 116A Languages and
Cultures of the Japanese and the
Japanese in America (JAPN 002B
or equivalent)
(3) JAPN 116B Languages and
Cultures of the Japanese and the
Japanese in America (JAPN 116A
or permission of the instructor)
(3) JAPN 150 Advanced Japanese
Grammar & Conversation (JAPN
116A, JAPN 116B, or permission
of the instructor)
(3) CHIN 102 Advanced Mandarin:
Television, Film & Radio (CHIN 002B)
(3) CHIN 103 Advanced Mandarin:
Conversation & Composition
(CHIN 002B)
(3) CHIN 105 Advanced Mandarin:
Topics in Chinese Linguistics
(CHIN 002B)
(3) CHIN 110 Advanced Mandarin:
Modern Chinese Fiction (CHIN 002B)

GROUP 7: FIELDWORK-INTERNSHIPS
(3) ASIA 195 Internship: Asian Studies
or
Approved Internships or Fieldwork in
other departments

Select twelve units from the following:

(3) CHIN 102 Advanced Mandarin:
Television, Film & Radio (CHIN
002B)
(3) CHIN 103 Advanced Mandarin:
Conversation & Composition
(CHIN 002B)
(3) CHIN 105 Advanced Mandarin:
Topics in Chinese Linguistics
(CHIN 002B)
(3) CHIN 110 Advanced Mandarin:
Modern Chinese Fiction (CHIN
002B)
(3) CHIN 120 Chinese Civilization
(3) CHIN 150 Survey of Chinese
Literature (Passing WPE)
(3) ETHN 100 Ethnic America (Passing
WPE)
(3) ETHN 110 Asian Americas: Status &
Identity
(3) ETHN 111 Asian Americas: Status &
Identity
(3) HRS 174 Modern Japanese
Literature & Culture
(3) HRS 175 Zen Buddhism & Taoism
(3) JAPN 107 Business Japanese (one
year of Japanese)
(3) JAPN 150 Advanced Japanese
Grammar & Conversation (JAPN
116A/B)
(3) Fieldwork 195 Approved by Program
Committee
(3) Internship 197 Approved by Program
Committee
(3) Tutorial 199 Approved by Program
Committee

 

D. Language Proficiency Requirement

NEW PROGRAM
OLD PROGRAM
Students must demonstrate proficiency
at a level equivalent to four semesters of
an Asian language appropriate to their
concentration by coursework or a
language proficiency examination
provided by the Department of Foreign
Languages. Students concentrating in
South or Southeast Asia can demonstrate
proficiency in any South or Southeast
Asian language. Students concentrating
in Asian-American Studies can
demonstrate proficiency in any Asian
language. The following courses are
available at CSUS to fulfill the
proficiency requirements:

JAPN 001A - 001B Elementary Japanese
JAPN 002A - 002B Intermediate Japanese
CHIN 001A - 001B Elementary Mandarin
CHIN 002A - 002B Intermediate Mandarin

Students must demonstrate proficiency
at a level equivalent to four semesters of
an Asian language appropriate to their
concentration by coursework or a
language proficiency examination
provided by the Department of Foreign
Languages. The following courses are
available at CSUS to fulfill the
proficiency requirements:

JAPN 001A - 001B Elementary Japanese
JAPN 002A - 002B Intermediate Japanese
CHIN 001A - 001B Elementary Mandarin
CHIN 002A - 002B Intermediate Mandarin

 

MINOR
Total units required for minor: 24; 12 must be in upper division.

NEW PROGRAM
OLD PROGRAM
A. Core Course Requirements (12 units)

(3) ART 3 Art in the Asian World
(3) HIST 006 Asian Civilizations
(3) SOC 160 Asian Societies
(3) ASIA 198 Asia in the World Today


B. Electives (12 units)

Students must take 12 units of electives
from four different groupings listed under the major.


C. Language Proficiency

Language proficiency is not required
for the minor; however, students are highly
encouraged to study an Asian language.

A. Course Requirements (24 units)

(12) The Core Course Requirements for
the major
(12) Three courses from one of the three
major concentrations areas

B. Language Proficiency Requirement

Students must demonstrate proficiency
at a level equivalent to two semesters of
an Asian language appropriate to their
concentration by coursework or a
language proficiency examination
provided by the Department of Foreign
Languages. The following courses are
available at CSUS to fulfill the
proficiency requirements:

JAPN 001A - 001B Elementary Japanese
JAPN 002A - 002B Intermediate Japanese
CHIN 001A - 001B Elementary Mandarin
CHIN 002A - 002B Intermediate Mandarin