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Curriculum Change Proposals for April 22, 2013 Assembly Meeting

Click on the "Detail for all course proposals identified below" link to view all course proposals 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 email petersdk@morris.umn.edu) or Nancy Helsper (ext. 6012 or email helsper@morris.umn.edu).

Memo presenting a summary of curriculum change proposals from the Curriculum Committee for the April 22, 2013 meeting of Campus Assembly:

Summary of Curricular Proposals and Votes

Detail for all course proposals identified below.

Program/Course/Form and Action

Meeting Date

Vote
(For-Against-Abstentions)


Humanities Division

ENGL 4035—Research Seminar: Booker Watch: Contemporary British Literature and the Emergence of Canonicity (IP, 4 cr) — New course

CMR 2431—International Communication Competence (IP,
2 cr) — Deactivate course

LANG 2431—International Communication Competence (IP, 2 cr) — Deactivate course



Apr. 2

(12-0-0)


Science and Mathematics Division

CSCI 4459—Virtualization and Operating System Administration, Configuration, and Implementation (4 cr)
New course

CSCI 1101—Dynamic Web Programming (M/SR, 2 cr)
Deactivate course

CSCI 3601—Software Design and Development (M/SR,
5 cr) — Revised course



Apr. 2

(12-0-0)


Social Sciences Division

POL 3221—Judicial Politics (SS, 4 cr) — Revised course

PSY 2112—Psycholinguistics (SS, 4 cr) — Revised course

PSY 3402—Developmental Psychology II: Adolescence and Emerging Adulthood (SS, 4 cr) — Revised course

PSY 4301—Clinical Assessment and Therapeutic Interventions (4 cr) — Revised course



Apr. 2

(12-0-0)


Interdisciplinary Studies

IS 1811—Beyond Shushing: Libraries in the 21st Century (IC, 2 cr) — New course

IS 1812—As We Beg, Borrow, and Steal: Sampling, Quoting, and Appropriation in the Digital Age (IC, 2 cr)
New course



Apr. 2

(12-0-0)