UMM ACADEMIC AFFAIRS

DISCIPLINE COVER SHEET #1

SEMESTER

CURRICULUM CHANGES

FORM A

(2/00)

 

 

FORM A:  DISCIPLINE SUMMARY

(Submit to Division Chair)

 

Discipline:

Mathematics

Date

8/30/02

 

Note:  All changes become effective with the 2001-2003 catalog.

 

Statistical Summary of Proposed Changes:

 

 

(a)

(b)

(b) - (a)

 

Present

Proposed

Net Change*

The Major

 

 

 

   Total courses required for a major**:

13

13

0

   Total credits required for a major**:

48

48

0

The Minor

 

 

 

   Total courses required for a minor**:

6

6

0

   Total credits required for a minor**:

26

26

0

General Education

 

 

 

   Total General Education courses:

22

25

3

   Total General Education credits:

75

83

8

Entire Discipline

 

 

 

   Total courses taught in the discipline***:

28

28

0

   Total credits taught in the discipline***:

95

95

0

 

 

 

 

 

*"Present" counts are to be taken from the current 1999-2001 catalog and "Proposed" counts from copy for the new 2001-2003 catalog.  The "Net Change" may reflect changes made earlier between catalogs.

**Includes required courses from other disciplines.     ***Does not include Directed Studies or Senior Honors Projects.

 

Narrative Summary

 

If individual course changes are part of an overall plan for change within the discipline's curriculum, please summarize the intent of the changes in the space below.  Use additional sheets as needed.

 

For the major, 40 credits are from the Math Discipline, 4 credits are from the Statistics Discipline, and 4 credits are from a course with significant mathematical application outside the Mathematics Discipline.

 

The change in general education courses reflects the addition of the M/SR designator  to the courses Math 1021 Survey of Calculus (4cr),  Math/Mgmt 3501Applied Deterministic Modeling for Management Science (2cr), and Math/Mgmt 3502 Applied Probabilistic Modeling for Management Science (2cr).

 

 

Financial Implications

 

Are there any financial or staffing implications of this proposal?  If so, explain.

 

There are no financial implications in this proposal.