Present: Joena Barolini, Deborah Condosta, Myung Kim, Tanice Knopp, Ram Pendyala, Nancy Ratcliff, Sandra Reynolds (Chair), Jennifer Salk
Absent: Cindy Bethel, Erica Burdette, Eva Christensen, Greg Hyden
Guests: Terri Flateby, W. Robert Sullins
The meeting was called to order at 3:03 p.m.
Aerospace Military Science Minor - The USF Air Force ROTC program has submitted this proposal. It is for a total of 16 hours. The Council members had concerns regarding the title of the minor that it might be misleading. Programs of a similar nature are call Aerospace Studies. Following discussion, the minor was approved as submitted.
ARC 1001 Introduction to Architecture and ARC II31 Introduction to Architectural Design and Graphics were tabled until the November 26 meeting.
PHC 4542 Stress and Health (was Stress, Health, and College Life) was tabled until the November 26 meeting.
Nursing Proposal to limited Nursing students' exit requirements to two major works/major issues courses was approved following a brief discussion.
T. Flateby told the Council members what her ad hoc group, the General Education Assessment Advisor Committee, was doing. They have met one time so far. They are trying to determine what outcomes are measurable and comprehensive in scope. They are going to look at the General Education dimensions. They will be looking a the Liberal Arts math course MGH 1106. They want to look at how the students perceive that they have changed because of the liberal arts courses they have taken. They also want to look at how effective we are at delivering the various perspectives approved for each course.
The Council members decided to begin reviewing the Liberal Arts Exit courses that are certified to meet Literature and Writing. Sandy Reynolds will draft a memo for Dean Sullins to send out to department chairs requesting current syllabi and letting them know that the Council is beginning a review of the entire Liberal Arts curriculum.
The next meeting will be Monday, November 26, 2001. The meeting was adjourned at 4:45 p.m.
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