REPORT: COMMITTEE ON CURRICULA AND COURSES

(For consideration by the Faculty Senate at its September 6, 2001 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 Jeff Persels (French and Classics) in advance if errors are noted either by phone: 777-6608 or e-mail: perselsj@sc.edu

I. DARLA MOORE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

Management Science

Change in title
FROM: MGSC 490 BUSINESS SYSTEMS DESIGN. (3)
TO: MGSC 490 INFORMATION SYSTEMS ANALYSIS FOR BUSINESS. (3)

II. COLLEGE OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE

Deletions

CRJU 533 PRISON VIOLENCE. (3)
CRJU 541 CRIME PREVENTION. (3)

New courses

CRJU 532 VIOLENCE IN AMERICAN SOCIETY. (3) Historical overview of violence in American society. An examination of the theoretical causes and preventive strategies for acts of violence. Both individual and collective violence are studied.

CRJU 545 CRIME PREVENTION AND PRIVATE SECURITY. (3) Crime prevention strategies and their relationship to private sectors of law enforcement.

CRJU 554 WOMEN AND CRIME. [=WOST 554] (3) Impact of gender-based relations on crime and the criminal justice system.

CRJU 585 CRIME AND PUBLIC POLICY. (3) Public policy responses to crime, emphasis on their formation and impact on crime and criminal justice system.

III. COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

A. Department of Special Education

Change in title, prerequisites, and description

FROM: EDEX 530 INTRODUCTION TO THE EDUCATION OF THE PRE-SCHOOL HANDICAPPED. (3) (Prereq: EDEX 523 or PSYC 528 or consent of instructor) Theoretical and practical approach to the education of the pre-school child with needs.
TO: EDEX 530 INTRODUCTION TO EARLY CHILDHOOD SPECIAL EDUCATION. (3) An overview of early childhood special education for young children with disabilities and their families.

Change in title and description

FROM: EDEX 630 METHODS FOR THE PRE-SCHOOL HANDICAPPED CHILD. (3) (Prereq: EDEX 530 or consent of instructor) Methods and materials to be used with pre-school handicapped children including intervention models, training procedures, and behavior management.
TO: EDEX 630 EDUCATIONAL PROCEDURES FOR EARLY CHILDHOOD SPECIAL EDUCATION. (3) (Prereq: EDEX 530 or consent of instructor) An initial course in educational procedures focusing on intervention strategies for serving young children with disabilities in inclusive environments.

B. Department of Instructional Technology

Deletions

EDIT 504 NEWSPAPER IN THE CLASSROOM. (3)
EDIT 564 THE FILM EXPERIENCE: AN INTRODUCTION TO THE ART OF THE FILM. (3)
EDIT 655 ADVANCED PRINCIPLES OF EDUCATIONAL COMMUNICATION AND TECHNOLOGY. (3)

Change in title and description
FROM: EDIT 603 ELECTRONIC TECHNOLOGIES IN INSTRUCTION. (3) Review of interactive multimedia programs and their applications in instruction. Use of the computer in non-linear presentation of text, graphics, animation, voice, music, photographs, and motion video.
TO: EDET 603 DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT TOOLS I. [=AEET 603] (3) Study of multimedia elements (e.g. graphics, animation, audio and video) including the creation and editing of materials. Instructional applications, copyright issues, and technology limitations are explored.

Change in designator

FROM: EDIT 652 DESIGN AND EVALUATION OF ACADEMIC GAMES AND SIMULATIONS. (3)
TO: EDET 652 DESIGN AND EVALUATION OF ACADEMIC GAMES AND SIMULATIONS. [=AEET 652] (3)

C. Department of Physical Education

Change in title, prerequisite and credit hours

FROM: PEDU 494 ATHLETIC TRAINING SEMINAR. (1) (Prereq: PEDU 466, 467)
TO: PEDU 494 ATHLETIC TRAINING SENIOR SEMINAR. (2)

(Prereq: PEDU 348, 349)

IV. COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Department of Mechanical Engineering

Change in prerequisities

FROM: EMCH 354 HEAT TRANSFER. (3) (Prereq: EMCH 290, EMCH 201, EMCH 360)
TO: EMCH 354 HEAT TRANSFER. (3) (Prereq: EMCH 290, 360, MATH 242)

FROM: EMCH 361 MEASUREMENTS AND INSTRUMENTATION. (3) (Prereq: ELCT 221; STAT 509)
TO: EMCH 361 MEASUREMENTS AND INSTRUMENTATION. (3) (Prereq: ELCT 221, STAT 509, PHYS 212; Pre- or coreq EMCH 260)

FROM: EMCH 427 MECHANICAL DESIGN I. (3) (Prereq: EMCH 327, EMCH 332, EMCH 354, EMCH 371, EMCH 394; coreq: EMCH 330)
TO: EMCH 427 MECHANICAL DESIGN I. (3) (Prereq: EMCH 327, 354, 371, 394; ECON 421, STAT 509; Coreq: EMCH 332)

Change in prerequisites and description

FROM: EMCH 360 FLUID MECHANICS. (3) (Prereq: EMCH 200; coreq: EMCH 310) Mechanical engineering applications of fluid states. Conservation of mass, momentum and energy. Similitude and dimensional analysis, open channel flow, lift and drag. Introduction to turbulent flow.
TO: EMCH 360 FLUID MECHANICS. (3) (Prereq: EMCH 200, 201, MATH 241, Pre- or coreq: EMCH 310) Mechanical engineering applications of fluid statics and dynamics. Conservation of mass, momentum and energy. Similitude and dimensional analysis, open channel flow, lift and drag. Introduction to turbulent flow.

V. COLLEGE OF HOSPITALITY, RETAIL, AND SPORT MANAGEMENT

New courses

HRTM 560 ADVANCED LODGING AND SALES. (3) (Prereq: HRTM 450 or MKTG 350 or permission of instructor) Analysis of current topics in revenue management and sales professionals through a mentoring and sales blitz program.
Also approved to be offered via telecommunications.

HRTM 564 ADVANCED MEETING MANAGEMENT. (3) (Prereq: HRTM 364 or permission of instructor) Analysis of current issues and problems in the meetings industry with emphasis on planning, organizing, managing and enhancing meetings.
Also approved to be offered via telecommunications.

HRTM 565 INTERNATIONAL LODGING MANAGEMENT. (3) Analysis of the structure of international lodging companies, challenges of marketing U.S. lodging companies abroad, and cultural differences in international management.
Also approved to be offered via telecommunications.

New courses

HRTM 576 HOSPITALITY ENTREPRENEURSHIP. (3) Analysis of management principles, finance and strategic planning leading to the development of a feasibility study and the creation of a business plan for a hospitality venture.
Also approved to be offered via telecommunications.

HRTM 580 ADVENTURE TRAVEL MANAGEMENT. (3) Analysis of the adventure travel industry throughout the world, with emphasis on the management, marketing and operation of an adventure travel business.

Change in course number

FROM: HRTM 485 ADVANCED CLUB MANAGEMENT. (3)
TO: HRTM 585 ADVANCED CLUB MANAGEMENT. (3)
Also approved to be offer via telecommunications.

V. COLLEGE OF JOURNALISM AND MASS COMMUNICATIONS

Change in curriculum, University Bulletin, page 113

NOTE: The currciulum change for the College of Journalism and Mass Communications is not available through the Web. But a printed copy has been sent to your deans, department chairs, and senators.

VII. COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS

A. Department of Geography

New course

GEOG 567 LONG TERM ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE. [=GEOL 567] (3) (Prereq: A 200-level course in physical geography or geology or equivalent.) Climatic changes of the past and their impact on the physical landscape, with an emphasis on the Quaternary period.

B. Department of History

New courses

HIST 307 FAMILY AND SOCIETY IN EUROPE, C. 1200-1700. (3) Explores the concerns and importance of families in pre-modern Europe. Topics include household furnishings and management, social classes, gender roles, family law, marriages, business, children, feuds, and sexuality.

HIST 308 POPULAR CULTURE IN EUROPE, C. 1200-1700. (3) Explores the expressions of and ideas behind “popular” cultural beliefs and practices in pre-modern Europe. Topics include magic, witchcraft, festivals, gambling, sports, pilgrimage, and criminality.

C. Department of Theatre, Speech and Dance

Change in title and designator

FROM: THSP 500 SELECTED TOPICS IN THEATRE PRODUCTION. (1)
TO: THSP 500 SELECTED TOPICS IN THEATRE. (1)
DANC 500 SELECTED TOPICS IN DANCE. (1)
SPCH 500 SELECTED TOPICS IN SPEECH. (1)

FROM: THSP 599 SPECIAL TOPICS IN THEATRE & SPEECH. (3)
TO: THSP 599 SPECIAL TOPICS IN THEATRE. (3)
DANC 599 SPECIAL TOPICS IN DANCE. (3)
SPCH 599 SPECIAL TOPICS IN SPEECH. (3)

D. Women's Studies

New course

WOST 554 WOMEN AND CRIME. [=CRJU 554] (3) Impact of gender-based relations on crime and the criminal justice system.

VIII. SCHOOL OF MUSIC

New course

MUSC 410 VOCAL COACHING. (1-2) A study of stylistic, linguistic, and other performance issues in solo operatic, oratorio, and recital repertoire for singers.

IX. COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS

A. Department of Geological Sciences

New course

GEOL 567 LONG TERM ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE. [=GEOG 567] (3) (Prereq: A 200-level course in physical geography or geology or equivalent.) Climatic changes of the past and their impact on the physical landscape, with an emphasis on the Quaternary period.

B. Department of Physics & Astronomy

Deletion

PHYS 351 INTRODUCTORY BIOPHYSICS. (3) (Prereq: PHYS 201 and 202 or 211 and 212)

Change in course number

FROM: ASTR 112 DESCRIPTIVE ASTRONOMY II. (3) (Preq. or coreq: ASTR 111)
TO: ASTR 211 DESCRIPTIVE ASTRONOMY II. (3) (Preq. or coreq: ASTR 111)

Change in course number and description

FROM: ASTR 112A DESCRIPTIVE ASTRONOMY IIA. (1) (Prereq. or coreq: ASTR 111A) A continuation of ASTR 111A
TO: ASTR 211A DESCRIPTIVE ASTRONOMY IIA. (1) (Prereq. or coreq: ASTR 111A) Topics from ASTR 111/211 studied in greater depth. Laboratory experience required of students who have not completed ASTR 111. Offered as self-paced mastery-oriented course at the Columbia campus.

Change in prerequisites and description

FROM: ASTR 111A DESCRIPTIVE ASTRONOMY IA. (1) (Prereq. or coreq: ASTR 111) Topics from ASTR 111 studied in greater depth.
TO: ASTR 111A DESCRIPTIVE ASTRONOMY IA. (1) Selected topics from ASTR 111 studied in greater depth. Laboratory experience required of students who have not completed ASTR 111. Offered as self-paced mastery-oriented course at the Columbia campus.

Change in prerequisites

FROM: ASTR 311 DESCRIPTIVE ASTRONOMY III. (3) (Prereq: ASTR 112)
TO: ASTR 311 DESCRIPTIVE ASTRONOMY III. (3) (Prereq: ASTR 211)


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