I. Call to orderIn attendance: Baumler, Deckert, Hyde, Knight, Lewis, Metz, McCombie, Migyanka, Muchtar, Onwueme, Potts, Sechrist, Rost; Excused: Boser, Turner; Absent: Intemann (Onwueme attended to represent the provost)
II. Minutes from the September 21, 2010 meeting were approved as presented on a Potts/Lewis motion.
III. Co-Chairs Report• The CDFR Curriculum Committee decided to withdraw their proposal for a new course for CDFR 328 Family Issues (10-15r) due to the fact that they did not want to change the name of the course. It was also reported that the CDFR courses that need TECC approval were not on the TECC agenda yesterday so that means that the CDFR proposals cannot go on to Senate until at least December.• Discussion of DVST 095 feedbacko Disagreed with email from chair of DVST that claimed UWUCC should work with proposers of the course to get it approvedo Our decision to deny the online version of the course will be added to the Senate agenda as a point of informationo Gail will correspond with the DVST chair that some members of UWUCC could be open to a revised future proposal but that others on the committee feel it is in the best interest of the students that the course not be offered online ever
IV. Items for Review/Possible Action:A. Honors College Committee Report:• No report
B. Liberal Studies Committee Report:1. Approved the Liberal Studies portion of the program revision for Certificate-Vocational Technical Education2. Approved the Liberal Studies portion of the program revision for Bachelor of Science in Education-Vocational Technical Education• The Liberal Studies report was received.
C. 10-32 JRNL250 Women and the Press, distance education• Returned on a Boser/Sechrist motion. More information is needed in the responses to the distance ed. questions.
D. 10-31 LBST 499 The Mayas: Culture, Literature and Numbers, distance education• On a Hyde/McCombie motion the proposal was approved.
E. 10-36 LBST 499 Screen Cuisine: A Multicultural Feast, distance education• On a Lewis/McCombie motion the proposal was approved.
F. 10-8 SOC 231 Contemporary Social Problems, distance education• On a Lewis/McCombie motion the proposal was approved.
G. 10-9d MATH 450 Topics in Applied Computational Mathematics, new course• Objectives need to be more measurable and written at a higher level.• The hours do not add up to 42.• Request that the proposer send an email to Chair of Kustin Wibowo, Chair MIS/Decision Sciences with the syllabus attached.• On a Potts/Lewis motion the proposal was returned.
H. 10-24j NURS 450 A Cognitive Approach to Clinical Problem Solving, course revision• On a Baumler/Knight motion the course revision was approved.
I. 10-24k NURS 330 Care of the Child, new course• On a Baumler/Hyde motion the course was approved.
J. 10-24l NURS 331 Care of the Child Clinical, new course• Suggested that evaluation methods from other clinical courses be used as example for this course• On a Migyanka/McCombie motion the course was provisionally approved.
K. 10-24m NURS 332 Maternal-Neonatal Health, new course• On a Baumler/Hyde motion the course was approved.
L. 10-24n NURS 333 Maternal-Neonatal Health Clinical, new course• The hours must be revised to total 105.• On a Potts/Deckert motion the course was provisionally approved.
M.10-24o NURS 431 Community Health Clinical, new course• On a Baumler/Knight motion the course was approved.
N. 10-24p NURS 433 Psychiatric/Mental Health Clinical, new course• On a Baumler/Lewis motion the course was approved.
O. 10-24q NURS 312 Professional Nursing II, course revision• That the bibliography and textbook have been updated will be checked• On a Baumler/Potts motion the course revision was approved.
P. 10-24a Bachelor of Science- Nursing, program revision• Cover page and docket need to indicate there are two programs with this proposal(Rost will correct)• Formatting issues for the program total credits need to be fixed• On the BS-Nursing New side Other Requirements should have 16• On a Baumler/Knight motion the program revision was provisionally approved.
Meeting was adjourned at 5:07 PM.
Respectfully submitted,Mary Lou Metz