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LIST #1 - 2005/2006

PROGRAM CHANGE PROPOSALS

UNDERGRADUATE AND GRADUATE PROGRAM CHANGE PROPOSALS (for CPSP Review only)

The Council on the Preparation of School Personnel will meet on Wednesday, September 14, 2005, at 1:00 p.m. in the California Suite, University Union to review the Program Proposals contained in this list. (Response due to Academic Affairs by Wednesday, September 14, 2005, 12 noon)

Program Proposals

Past CPSP Program Proposals

 

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

Department of Teacher Education

SUBSTANTIVE CHANGE

Teacher Education Single Subject Teaching Credential Program: Internship Option

Justification:The proposed program change is to amend the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CCTC) approved College of Education “Professional Teacher Program” document to include an Internship Option for the Teacher Education Single Subject Teaching Credential Program. Candidates approved for this Option will have successfully completed all Program courses and fieldwork up to their final semester of the Program. Only those candidates entering the final semester of the Program are eligible for consideration for an Internship. To qualify, candidates will have met all exiting Program admission criteria; performed at high levels in all coursework and fieldwork leading up to their final semester; and received strong recommendations from their mentors or collaborating teachers, university supervisors or university cluster liaisons, and university cluster coordinators. Qualified candidates who are offered an internship will register for this course in lieu of EDTE 470B, “Student Teaching: Secondary Schools.” Interns will have an assigned an University Supervisor. The justification for the additional 4 units more than ED TE 470B is because an Intern will be hired by a public school district as a full-time teacher with all of the increased responsibilities of the school, district, and Program.

Single Subject Internship Option to be added to the Catalog on p. 307 under the heading of:

Requirements --Credential – Single Subject

Units required for Single Subject Credential: 42-46


Old Program

New Program

Corequisites/Prerequisites (8 units)

See Catalog

Required Courses (42 units)

See Catalog

  • (13 ) EDTE 470B Student Teaching II:
    Secondary Schools

  • (3) a Single Subject Teaching Methods course

Corequisites/Prerequisites (8 units)

See Catalog

Required Courses (42-46)

See Catalog

  • (13) EDTE 470B Student Teaching II: Secondary Schools OR

  • (17) EDTE 470C Internship Teaching: Secondary Schools *

  • (3) a Single Subject Teaching Methods course

After the course listing and above “ Note: ” please place the following language:

*EDTE 470C, Internship Teaching: Secondary Schools (17) will be substituted for EDTE 470B (13) for those candidates who are currently in the final semester of the Single Subject Teaching Credential Program and are approved for an internship teaching position.

Note: (same language)

COLLEGE OF SOCIAL SCIENCES
AND INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES

Family and Consumer Sciences Program

SUBSTANTIVE CHANGE

Home Economics Education

Justification: The Home Economics Education Program will delete FACS 60. The information presented in FACS 60 will be integrated into a proposed revised version of FACS 168 (Senior Seminar). The proposed revision will increase the number of units given for FACS 168 from 2 units to 3 units. Due to this revision, FACS 60 will no longer be needed.
1. Indicate programmatic or fiscal impact which this change will have on other academic units’ programs, and describe the consultation that has occurred with affected units. Attach a copy of correspondence with these units.
The changes will have no programmatic or fiscal impact on other academic programs.

2. Provide a fiscal analysis of the proposed changes.

a. How will the above changes be accommodated within the department/College existing fiscal resources? The department will offer courses with the current faculty allocation.

b. If the proposed changes will require additional resources, describe the level and nature of additional funding the College will seek for the program changes. No additional resources required.

c. What additional space, equipment, operating expenses, library, computer, or media resources, clerical/technical support, or other resources will be needed? Estimate the cost and indicate how these resource needs will be accommodated. No additional resources required.

New Program 2006/08
SUBJECT MATTER PROGRAM (59 units)
(Pre-Credential Preparation)

Old Program 2004/06 SUBJECT MATTER PROGRAM (59 units) (Pre-Credential Preparation)

The Subject Matter Program leads to a BA in Family and Consumer Sciences and meets the subject matter content requirement for a teaching credential.

Note: A minimum grade of "C-" for all courses is required for admission into the teacher preparation program. Teaching credential candidates must also complete the Professional Education Program to qualify for a teaching
credential. Consult the FACS Department credential advisor and the College of Education Student Service Center for further information regarding requirements.

The Subject Matter Program leads to a BA in Family and Consumer Sciences and meets the subject matter content requirement for a teaching credential.

Note: A minimum grade of "C-" for all courses is required for admission into the teacher preparation program. Teaching credential candidates must also complete the Professional Education Program to qualify for a teaching
credential. Consult the FACS Department credential advisor and the College of Education Student Service Center for further information regarding requirements.

A

(3) (3)
(3)


(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)



(3)

Required

FACS 010
FACS 031
FACS 050
+++++++
SOC 008
STAT 001
FACS 140
FACS 160



FACS 168

Core Courses (21 units)

Nutrition & Wellness
Textiles
The Family & Social Issues
+++++++++++++++++++

Sense and Nonsense in Social Research OR
Introduction to Statistics
Family Resource Management (passing Score on WPE)
Communication and Education in Family and Consumer Sciences (15 FACS units including FACS 060 and completion of Area A GE requirements)
Senior Seminar (Senior standing)

 

A

(3) (3) (3)
(3)

(3)
(3)
(3)

(3)



(3)

Required

FACS 010
FACS 031
FACS 050
FACS 060

SOC 008
STAT 001
FACS 140

FACS 160



FACS 168

Core Courses (21 units)

Nutrition & Wellness
Textiles
The Family & Social Issues
Professional Development in Family & Conusumer Sciences
Sense and Nonsense in Social Research OR
Introduction to Statistics
Family Resource Management (passing Score on WPE)
Communication and Education in Family and Consumer Sciences (15 FACS units including FACS 060 and completion of Area A GE requirements)
Senior Seminar (Senior standing)

B

(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(2)

Required

FACS 011
FACS 032
FACS 052
CHDV 030
INTD 020
INTD 021

Upper Division Courses (14 units)

Principles of Food Preparation
Fundamentals of Clothing
The Child in the Family OR
Human Development
Design
Introduction to Interior Design

B

(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)

Required

FACS 011
FACS 032
FACS 052
CHDV 030
INTD 020
INTD 022

Upper Division Courses (6 units)

Principles of Food Preparation
Fundamentals of Clothing
The Child in the Family OR
Human Development
Design
Technical Drawing
C

(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)

(3)

(3)

(3)



(3)

Required

FACS 128
FACS 137
FACS 138
FACS 141
FACS 142
FACS 195A
FACS 199
FACS 110

FACS 116

FACS 154

FACS 155

Select one
from the following:
ECON 001A
ECON 001B
ECON 104

Upper Division Courses (14 Units)

Consumer Technologies and Environments
Social Psychology of Apparel (SOC 001)OR
Consumer Issues in Textiles & Clothing (FACS 031)
Family Finance
Consumer Issues
Field Study (Exper with young children) OR
Special Problems (Experiences with young children)
Food Management (FACS 010, FACS 011, and FACS 109, or concurrent enrollment or instr.r permission) OR
Food Service Management (FACS 011, FACS 110 or instructor permission)
Issues in Parenting (FACS 052, CHDV 030 or instructor permission) OR
Family Life Education




Intro to Macroeconomic Analysis
Intro to Microeconomic Analysis
Intro to the United States Economy

C

(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)

(3)

(3)

(3)



(3)
Required

FACS 128
FACS 137
FACS 138
FACS 141
FACS 142
FACS 195A
FACS 199
FACS 110

FACS 116

FACS 154

FACS 155

Select one
from the following:
ECON 001A
ECON 001B
ECON 104
Upper Division Courses (15 Units)

Consumer Technologies and Environments
Social Psychology of Apparel (SOC 001)OR
Consumer Issues in Textiles & Clothing (FACS 031)
Family Finance
Consumer Issues
Field Study (Experiences with young children) OR
Special Problems (Expers. with young children)
Food Management (FACS 010, FACS 011, and FACS 109, or concurrent enrlmnt or instr. permission)OR
Food Service Management (FACS 011, FACS 110 or instr. permission)
Issues in Parenting (FACS 052, CHDV 030 or inst permission) OR
Family Life Education




Intro to Macroeconomic Analysis
Intro to Microeconomic Analysis
Intro to the United States Economy

*CAN FCS 024 will be accepted as an alternative. CAN FCS 024 will be
accepted to comply with the CSU Lower Division Transfer Pattern.

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