REPORT: COMMITTEE ON CURRICULA AND COURSES
(For consideration by the Faculty Senate at its December 6, 2000 meeting.)
The Committee requests that any department which has a proposal being recommended by the Committee on Curricula and Courses provide a spokesperson to attend the Faculty Senate meeting in which said proposal is to be recommended. Please contact David Berube in advance if errors are noted.
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I. DARLA MOORE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
Change in number and prerequisites
FROM: MGSC 292 APPLIED STATISTICAL MODELING. (3)
TO: MGSC 391 APPLIED STATISTICAL MODELING. (3) (Prereq: MGSC 291)
II. COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
EMCH 529 SUSTAINABLE DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT. (3) (Prereq: consent of instructor/senior standing) System design and development accomplished with consideration of environmental /ecological, economic and social constraints. Students will be introduced to sustainable design and accomplish a design project.
III. COLLEGE OF HOSPITALITY, RETAIL, AND SPORT MANAGEMENT
HRTM 495 HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT INTERNSHIP. (6) Structured industry practical experience in a hospitality management company at the supervisory level. Minimum of 400 hours.
Change in credit and description
FROM: HRTM 290 PRACTICUM AND SEMINAR. (6) Supervised full-time work experience between the first and second years in an area of the hospitality industry selected by the student. The practicum will be approved and coordinated by the studentís advisor. A contract approved by the instructor, advisor, and department head is required for undergraduate students.
TO: HRTM 290 HOSPITALITY PRACTICUM. (3) Supervised full-time work experience in an area of the hospitality industry, selected by the student and approved by the practicum coordinator.
HOTEL, RESTAURANT AND TOURISM MANAGEMENT
Change in curriculum, University Bulletin, page 104
NOTE: The curriculum change for the College of Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management is not available through the Web. But a printed copy has been sent to your deans, department chairs, and senators.
IV. COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS
A. Department of Spanish, Italian and Portuguese
SPAN 317 SPANISH PHONETICS AND PRONUNCIATION. (3) (Prereq: Spanish 309) Analysis of Spanish phonetics and practice with Spanish pronunciation.
B. Southern Studies Institute
SOST 305 THE CONTEMPORARY SOUTH. (3) An investigation of the Southern Regional identity.
V. SCHOOL OF THE ENVIRONMENT
Change in curriculum, University Bulletin, pages 101-102
NOTE:The curriculum change for the School of the Environment is not available through the Web. But a printed copy has been sent to your deans, department chairs, and senators.
VI. COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS
Department of Physics and Astronomy
PHYS 513 THERMODYNAMICS. (3)
UNIV 290 SPECIAL TOPICS IN THE RESIDENTIAL COLLEGE. (1) A series of interdisciplinary discussions for residential college students. May be repeated twice for credit under a different suffix and topic.
VIII. MAYMESTER COURSES
COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS
A. Department of History
HIST 492M HOLLYWOOD AND AMERICAN HISTORY. (3) An examination of the way Hollywood has presented American history in the past century.
HIST 493M ROMAN HISTORY IN FILM. (3) Roman History as portrayed in film. Comparison between ancient and modern perceptions of history, society, religion, culture, and customs.
B. Department of Government and International Studies
GINT 491M GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS IN SOUTH CAROLINA. (3) Investigation of the institutions of government and the politics of public life in South Carolina.
IX. EXPERIMENTAL COURSES.
Department of Government and International Studies
GINT 252X INTRODUCTION TO LAW THROUGH FICTION AND MOOT COURT. (3) Introductory course focusing on basic concepts of law/courts in American society. Structure of the legal system, behavior of lawyers and judges and normative/ethical concerns are covered.
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