MINUTES 2005-2006 Curriculum Committee Meeting # 3
November 10, 2005, 2:30 p.m. Prairie Lounge
Present: John Schwaller, Michael Korth, Judy Kuechle, Tap Payne, Jooinn Lee, Van Gooch, Maggie Stewart, Jared Warren, Isaac Linehan-Clodfelter, Heather Michaelson, Jeri Mullin, Clare Strand and Matt Conner.
Absent: Harold Hinds, Sara Haugen, Carol Marxen, Tom McRoberts, Nancy Helsper, and Ray Schultz.
Meeting was opened by John Schwaller at 2:30
APPROVAL OF MINUTES:
Approval of the minutes from November 3, 2005.
Motion: (Korth, Kuechle) to approve the minutes from meeting #2
VOTE: Motion passed (8–0–0)
Courses for Approval:
Motion: ( Payne, Stewart) to approve both Fren 1312 and Hum 1312 since they are essentially the same study abroad courses, one in French and the other in English.
member asked if these are May term courses or summer courses. Another member thought they were May term
since that is when most travel is done for a course. It was not specified, May
term. It was also questioned how a 3
week course could be worth 4 credits, also how the courses could be taken
twice, or repeatable twice. Schwaller
brought it up, that if the topic were broader, for instance,
A member asked if the courses need to be approved now if they are May or summer courses. Mullin answered that the May/Summer courses deadline for listing is December 6. So were seeking regular approval at this time.
Payne made a motion to substitute his previous motion with a motion to approve the two courses with the deletion of the term, “2 repetitions totaling up to 8.0 credits”, Stewart seconded the substitute motion.
VOTE: The substitute Motion passed (9–0–0) with the phrase, (2 repetitions totaling u to 8.0 credits) deleted
wss 2007. CE Sports Officiating (Course Change)
MOTION: (Linehan-Clodfelter, Stewart) to approve WSS 2007
reconsideration from the division, it was decided to make this is a new course,
Mullin explained. There were too many
changes being made so the course was assigned a new number, WSS 2311. It was asked what clientele this course would
have, or who would this course be aimed at. A member thought that it could be
for those Education majors who also would like to coach. Another member thought it would be aimed at
community people who officiate, or would like to, or area coaches.
VOTE: Motion passed (9– 0–0). New course with new number, WSS 2311
wished to address the question put forth earlier, as to how a three week course
could be offered for 4 credits. More
than an hour a day was spent on classroom material in a May term course where
the class was traveling abroad. A member
responded by saying a 4 credit class is supposed to have 180 student hours. It was thought at the most there were 3 hours
per day of class hours.
Meeting was adjourned at 2:43 p.m.
Submitted by Judy Van Eps