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UMM Curriculum Change Proposals for May 5, 2009 Assembly Meeting

Click on the course number or form title in the first column of the tables below to view a proposal in PDF format.  Check individual forms for the effective date of a particular change.  If you have questions or concerns, contact Darla Peterson (ext. 6015 or e-mail petersdk@morris.umn.edu) or Nancy Helsper (ext. 6012 or e-mail helsper@morris.umn.edu).

Memo presenting a summary of curriculum change proposals from the Curriculum Committee for the May 5, 2009 meeting of Campus Assembly:

Summary of Curricular Proposals and Votes


Course/Form and Action

Meeting Date

Vote
(For-Against-Abstentions)

DIVISION OF THE SOCIAL SCIENCES    


Revised Course:

Anth 2101--Physical Anthropology (Sci-L; 4 cr)
Rationale: Students can now register for the lab and auto-enroll in the lecture.

Program Changes:

Anthropology Major (B.A.) and Minor

Liberal Arts for the Human Services Major (B.A.)

Social Science Major (B.A.)
    Anthropology Sub-plan
    Sociology Sub-Plan
    Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies Sub-plan

Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies Major (B.A.) and Minor

Rationale: Include previously approved course changes (adding new sociology electives Soc 3103, 3112, and 3403, and deleting inactive courses Soc 3101, 3102, 3401, and 3402) to the programs listed.




Jan. 8




April 1



(11-0-0)




(8-0-0)
DIVISION OF THE HUMANITIES    


New Course:

CMR 3122--Rhetoric of Picture Books, Prose and Picture (Hum; 4 cr)
Rationale: Adding this class gives students an opportunity to take another advanced class in rhetoric.


Jan. 28

(10-0-1)
INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES    


Revised Course:

LAAS 3100--Contemporary Latin America (1 cr)
Rationale: Changing the maximum credits to 8 accommocates students who declare a LAAS major in their freshman year.

 

Jan. 28

(11-0-0)