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UNDERGRADUATE AND GRADUATE
PROGRAM CHANGE PROPOSALS

LIST #3– 2004/2005

 List #3 of Course Change Proposals is
located at http://www.csus.edu/acaf/policies/crslst.stm for your review.

List #2 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, November 9, 2004, at 1:30 in SAC 275
to review the Program Change Proposals contained in this list.
(Response due to Academic Affairs by November 9, 2004)

Program Proposals

 

College of Business Administration
College of Education



Program Change List #1
Program Change List #2

 

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

Department of Management

NON-SUBSTANTIVE CHANGE

Management Information Systems Concentration

Justification: Add Geography 109 (Geographic Information Systems) as a Group B Elective. To enhance students experience with a decision making tool.
Course description: Introduction to GIS, including history, overview of current applications; the nature of spatial data; geographic data structures, acquisition, analysis, and display of geographic data. Lab exercises use various computers and include both raster- and vector-based GIS systems. Lecture two hours; laboratory three hours. 3 units.

Current Group B Electives:
•  MIS 132 Management Science Techniques
•  MIS 180 Advanced Management Support Systems
•  MIS 182 Topics in MIS
•  MIS 194 Cooperative Education Experience in MIS
•  CSC 120 Setting up and Maintaining a Web Server
•  CSC 121 Using Scripts on the Web
•  CSC 122 Web Database Systems
•  CSC 123 Server Side Web Programming

 

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

Department of Counselor Education

SUBSTANTIVE CHANGE

Masters of Science in Counseling: Community Counseling Specialization

Justification: The existing two CSUS courses 1) EDC 201: Seminar in Community Counseling: Scope and Practice , and 2) EDC 202: Seminar in Community Counseling: Theory, Practice and Process; Individual, Family, Agency will become the following integrated/fused course: EDC 201: Seminar in Community Counseling: Scope, Theory & Process which will continue to be a required specialization course for the Community Counseling Specialization in the Department of Counselor Education
This action is needed to meet enrollment and budgetary needs as well as CACREP accreditation mandates for the Department of Counselor Education.

The following two courses are currently approved CSUS courses:
1) EDC 201: Seminar in Community Counseling: Scope and Practice
2) EDC 202: Seminar in Community Counseling: Theory, Practice and Process; Individual, Family, Agency

OLD PROGRAM NEW PROGRAM
MASTER OF SCIENCE IN COUNSELOR EDUCATION

Admission Requirements:
•  Baccalaureate degree;
•  Grade point average of at least 2.5 (on a 4.0 scale) in the last 60 semester (or 90 quarter) units;
•  Good academic standing at last college attended; and completion of, or enrollment in, the following courses:
•  (3) PSY168: Abnormal Psychology
•  (3) EDC170: Introduction to Counseling
•  (4) EDC171: Power, Privilege & Self Identity

Admission Procedures: Applications are reviewed twice yearly for acceptance in either the Fall or Spring. Students need to be first admitted to CSUS as unclassified graduate students in order to complete the preparatory courses. Prospective graduates, including CSUS graduates, must submit:


To the Graduate Center:
•  CSU application for admission
•  2 sets of official transcripts from all colleges/ universities attended, other than CSUS

To the Department Office:
•  Departmental application for admission includes:
--personal statement
--3 letters of reference
--1 complete set of transcripts from each institution
•  Application for Classification

Advancement to Candidacy: Each student working toward a Master's degree must file an Application for Advancement to Candidacy. The Advancement to Candidacy application should be filed upon completion of 30 units in the program.

Degree Requirements: The Master of Science in Counselor Education requires completion of 60 units of coursework with a minimum 3.0 GPA. Academic Residence : A minimum of 42 approved semester units in 100-, 200- and 500-series offerings must be earned in residence at CSUS.

•  Required Core Courses for all EDC Specializations

(3) EDC 210 Multicultural/Ethnic Counseling
(3) EDC 212 Gender Roles and Sexuality
(3) EDC 214 Dynamics of Human Development
(2) EDC 216 Counseling Theory
(3) EDC 218 Appraisal in Counseling
(3) EDC 219 Group Processes in Counseling
(3) EDC 250 Counseling Research
(3) EDC 260 Career Development
(3) EDC 280 Practicum in Communication
(2) EDC 282 Practicum in Group Counseling
(3) EDC 475 Practicum in Counseling
(6) EDC 480 Field Study

B. Specialization Requirements: Community Counseling
(1) EDS 265 Current Issues in Counseling: Disabled
(3) EDC 201 Seminar in Community Counseling: Scope & Practice
(3) EDC 202 Comm Couns: Theory/Practice of Individual, Family, Agency
(3) EDC 203 Sem. in Community Counseling: Advanced Multicultural Couns.
(3) EDC 204 Adv. Sem. in Community Couns: Chemical Dependency
(3) EDC 231 Diagnosis and Treatment Planning
(2) EDC 233 Substance Abuse & the Family
(0-2) Electives (selected in consultation with advisor)

C. Culminating Experience Requirement:
Select either of the following choices:

Plans A & B
Thesis or Project: Plan A or Plan B + 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

Plan C
(3) EDC 290 Comprehensive Examination (Oral/Written) Plan C

MASTER OF SCIENCE IN COUNSELOR EDUCATION

Admission Requirements:
•  Baccalaureate degree;
•  Grade point average of at least 2.5 (on a 4.0 scale) in the last 60 semester (or 90 quarter) units;
•  Good academic standing at last college attended; and completion of, or enrollment in, the following courses:
•  (3) PSY168: Abnormal Psychology
•  (3) EDC170: Introduction to Counseling
•  (4) EDC171: Power, Privilege & Self Identity

Admission Procedures: Applications are reviewed twice yearly for acceptance in either the Fall or Spring. Students need to be first admitted to CSUS as unclassified graduate students in order to complete the preparatory courses. Prospective graduates, including CSUS graduates,
must submit:

To the Graduate Center:
•  CSU application for admission
•  2 sets of official transcripts from all colleges/ universities attended, other than CSUS

To the Department Office:
•  Departmental application for admission includes:
--personal statement
--3 letters of reference
--1 complete set of transcripts from each institution
•  Application for Classification

Advancement to Candidacy: Each student working toward a Master's degree must file an Application for Advancement to Candidacy. The Advancement to Candidacy application should be filed upon completion of 30 units in the program.

Degree Requirements: The Master of Science in Counselor Education requires completion of 60 units of coursework with a minimum 3.0 GPA. Academic Residence : A minimum of 42 approved semester units in 100-, 200-, and 500-series offerings must be earned in residence at CSUS.

A. Required Core Courses for all EDC Specializations
(3) EDC 210 Multicultural/Ethnic Counseling
(3) EDC 212 Gender Roles and Sexuality
(3) EDC 214 Dynamics of Human Development
(2) EDC 216 Counseling Theory
(3) EDC 218 Appraisal in Counseling
(3) EDC 219 Group Processes in Counseling
(3) EDC 250 Counseling Research
(3) EDC 260 Career Development
(3) EDC 280 Practicum in Communication
(2) EDC 282 Practicum in Group Counseling
(3) EDC 475 Practicum in Counseling
(6) EDC 480 Field Study

B. Specialization Requirements: Community Counseling
(1) EDS 265 Current Issues in Counseling: Disabled
(3) EDC 201 Seminar in Community Counseling:
Scope, Theory & Process
(3) EDC 203 Sem. in Community Counseling: Advanced MulticulturalCouns.
(3) EDC 204 Adv. Sem. in Community Couns: Chemical Dependency
(3) EDC 231 Diagnosis and Treatment Planning
(2) EDC 233 Substance Abuse & the Family
(0-5) Electives (selected in consultation with advisor)

C. Culminating Experience Requirement:
Select either of the following choices:
Plans A & B
Thesis or Project: Plan A or Plan B + 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

Plan C
Oral/Written ExaminPlan C
(3) EDC 290 Comprehensive Examination (Oral/Written) Plan C

 

 

 

Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies

NON SUBSTANTIVE CHANGE

Masters of Arts in Education: Educational Leadership Option

Justification: The proposed modification adds EDLP 230 to the list of electives in the Masters of Arts in Education: Ed. Leadership Option.

OLD PROGRAM
NEW PROGRAM


A. Graduate Core Requirements (9 units)

B. Additional Requirements (15 - 18 units)

C. Culminating Experience (3-6 units)

 

A. Graduate Core Requirements (9 units)
__No changes.

B. Additional Requirements (15 - 18 units)
__Add EDLP 230 to electives section after EDLP 218

C. Culminating Experience (3-6 units)
__No changes