UNDERGRADUATE & GRADUATE
LIST #5 - 2005/2006
If there are no objections reported to Academic Affairs by noon on March 28, 2006 the Course Change Proposals
listed below are approved as submitted.
The Curriculum Subcommittee will meet on
Tuesday, March 28, 2006, at 1:30 in SAC 275
to review the Course Change Proposals contained in this list.
List #4 Program Proposals are located at
http://www.csus.edu/acaf/Policies/prgmlst.stm for your review.
|Course Change Proposals:|
Graphic Design Program
GPHD 25 - Visual Basics. 3 units. Prerequisite: ART 20A or Pre-Interior Design Major.
GPHD 30 – Visualization. 3 units. Prerequisite: GPHD 25, ART 20A.
GPHD 120 – Typography I – Theory. 3 units. Prerequisite: Either GPHD 005 or GPHD 020, in addition to ART 020A, PHOTO 040, GPHD 010, GPHD 020, GPHD 025, GPHD 030, and acceptance into the major.
GPHD 122 – User Interface Design . 3 units. Prerequisite: Either GPHD 005 or GPHD 020, in addition to ART 020A, PHOTO 040, GPHD 010, GPHD 020, GPHD 025, GPHD 030, and acceptance into the major.
GPHD 125 – Visual Principles I. 3 units. Prerequisite: Either GPHD 005 or GPHD 020, in addition to ART 020A, PHOTO 040, GPHD 010, GPHD 020, GPHD 025, GPHD 030, and acceptance into the major.
GPHD 130 - Typography II – Publication and Collateral Design. 3 units. Prerequisite: GPHD 120, GPHD 122, GPHD 125.
GPHD 135 – Design Production Management. 3 units. Prerequisite: GPHD 120, GPHD 122, GPHD 125.
GPHD 140 – Time-Based Graphic Design. 3 units. Prerequisite: GPHD 140, GPHD 142, GPHD 145
GPHD 142 – Advanced Graphic Design I. 3 units. Prerequisite: GPHD 130, GPHD 135
GPHD 145 – Visual Image. 3 units. Prerequisite: GPHD 130, GPHD 135
GPHD 150 – Graphic Design Digital Portfolio. 3 units. Prerequisite: GPHD 140, GPHD 142, GPHD 145
GPHD 152 – Advanced Graphic Design II. 3 units. Prerequisite: GPHD 140, GPHD 142, GPHD 145
GPHD 155 – Corporate Identity and System Design . 3 units. Prerequisite: GPHD 140, GPHD 142, GPHD 145.
Humanities and Religious Studies
HRS/ASIA 177 - Modern East Asian Cinema. 3 units.
ACCY 141 - Accounting Information Systems Development. 3 units.
ACCY 142 - Enterprise and E-Commerce Accounting Models. 3 units.
MIS 240 - Fundamentals to Telecommunications and E-Business Applications. This course focuses on the concepts, technology, applications and management of data and voice communication with an emphasis on building, supporting, securing and administering the requirements of network infrastructure and architecture to support businesses. Prerequisite: Graduate MIS status or instructor permission. 3 units.
MIS 250 - Database Design and Administration. This course focuses on database concepts, design and implementation in business. Topics include database design techniques, such as extended entity-relationship and unified modeling language, logical and physical data models for objection-relational database, object oriented database and relational databases, database implementation and administration issues, and the discussion of distributed database, web database and database security. Prerequisite: Graduate MIS status or instructor permission, and MIS 15 or equivalent. 3 units
MIS 260 - Advanced Information Systems Analysis and Design. This course involves the study of various methods used to analyze and design computer-based information systems and emphasizes object-oriented systems development (OOSD) techniques. Prerequisite: Graduate MIS status or instructor permission. 3 units.
MIS 261 - Information Technology Integration for the Enterprise . IT presents many new opportunities at the enterprise level for the design and implementation of integrated organizational structures and business processes that better align the business to meeting its market demands and allow it to pursue new strategic relationships with other organizations. Enterprise IT primarily involves enterprise resource planning (ERP), supply chain management (SCM), knowledge management (KM) and customer relationship management (CRM) to support and coordinate business activities. Prerequisite: MSBA/MIS students: MIS 260 or 270; MBA students: MIS 271 or permission of instructor. 3 units
MIS 262 - Business Project Management. This course examines various aspects of IT project management, including project selection involving feasibility, complexity, scalability and impact comparisons, project portfolio to direct the right resources to the right projects to sure their timely completion, risk assessment, key performance measures, and others. Prerequisite: MSBA/MIS students: MIS 260; MBA students: MIS 271 or instructor permission. 3 units.
MIS 270 - Information Technology Strategic Analysis and Planning. This course examines the management of information technology as a vital resource to an organization. IT can enable businesses to seize opportunities, gain competitive advantages and establish close relationships with other businesses and their customers. Thus, the business must effectively and efficiently manage and secure its IT resources. Prerequisite: Graduate MIS status or instructor permission. 3 units
MIS 272 - Strategic Information Technology Planning. Strategic IT planning defines the direction a business chooses for its IT resources. It encompasses a vision, mission, strategy and objectives that closely align to the business' vision, mission, strategy and objectives. Planning involves examining how IT will support the achievement of the business' goals and objectives, and how IT can open new opportunities to create new business goals. Prerequisite: MSBA/MIS students: MIS 270; MBA students: MIS 271 or instructor permission . 3 units.
MIS 279 - Practicum in Strategic Information Technology Planning. Leadership plays an important role in determining a business' success with IT. It requires recognizing and leveraging the business' competencies and core values, and championing initiatives and projects that work in the best interest of the business and create value. Because IT opens opportunities and enables the organization, IT leadership extends to both market (external) and organizational (internal) environments. Prerequisite: MSBA/MIS students: MIS 261 or 262, 272; MBA students: MIS 271 and instructor permission. 3 units.
EDC 236 - Couples Therapy. Introduction to the concepts and principles of Couples Therapy. Focuses on applying major schools of Couples and Sex Therapy to actual practice. Issues include evaluation of couples, interviewing strategies, power, diversity, ethical and legal considerations, treatment principles and practice, as well as outcome research in Couples Therapy. Lecture/discussion/practice. Prerequisite: EDC 212; EDC 234. 3 units.
EDTE 150 - Urban Education. Survey course designed to enhance students' knowledge of urban schooling, especially related to dynamics of race, class, and culture. Along with a Service Learning component in urban schools, the course provides analysis of the following: historical, socioeconomic, and political factors influencing urban education; the distribution of opportunity in cities and their schools; and effective instructional and organizational practices that close the achievement gap, including the development of positive school cultures and the use of community services and resources. Prerequisite: Passing score on the Writing Proficiency Exam. 3 units.
Department of Biological Sciences
Bio 188 – Evolution. A general survey of evolutionary processes: mechanisms of evolutionary change, adaptation and history of life. Designed for Biological Sciences majors. Lecture two hours; discussion one hour. Prerequisite: BIO 184 or instructor permission. 3 units.