REPORT: COMMITTEE ON CURRICULA AND COURSES

(For consideration by the Faculty Senate at its February 6, 2002 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: 777-6088 or e-mail: perselsj@sc.educ

I. COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

A. Department of Computer Science and Engineering

Internet delivery (for an existing course)
CSCE E205 BUSINESS APPLICATIONS PROGRAMMING. (3)

B. Department of Mechanical Engineering

Change in title

FROM: EMCH 508 INTRODUCTION TO FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING.(3)
TO: EMCH 508 FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING. (3)

II. COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS

A. Department of Germanic, Slavic, and East Asian Languages and Literatures

New course

RUSS 598 SELECTED TOPICS IN RUSSIAN. (3) (Prereq: consent of instructor) Reading and research on selected topics in Russian. Course content varies and will be announced in the schedule of courses by suffix and title.

B. Department of Sociology

New course

SOCY 330 SOCIOLOGY OF THE PARANORMAL. (3) (Prereq: SOCY 101 or permission of instructor) A critical examination of factors that lead to the widespread acceptance of paranormal claims.

C. Department of Spanish, Italian & Portuguese

Deletion

SPAN 509 SPANISH STYLISTICS AND TRANSLATION. (3)

D. Department of Religious Studies

New course

RELG 374 CREATIVITY. [=AFRO 374] (3) Study and application of various theoretical perspectives on creativity with a view to approaching creativity as a virtue in religious life, exemplified especially in African-American culture.

E. Department of Theatre, Speech and Dance

Change in designators

FROM: THSP
TO:

THEA 170
THEA 172
THEA 200
THEA 201
THEA 219
THEA 220
THEA 221
THEA 240
THEA 241
THEA 252
THEA 253
THEA 280
THEA 288
THEA 289
THEA 340
THEA 359
THEA 369
THEA 370
THEA 372
THEA 373
THEA 399
THEA 480/481

THEA 510
THEA 520
THEA 522
THEA 526
THEA 529
THEA 531
THEA 550
THEA 552
THEA 553
THEA 554
THEA 555
THEA 556
THEA 557
THEA 561/562
THEA 567/568
THEA 570/571
THEA 572
THEA 575/576
THEA 578/579
THEA 581
THEA 582
THEA 585
THEA 586
THEA 587
THEA 588/589
THEA 599

 

FROM:

THSP

TO: SPCH 140
SPCH 150
SPCH 222
SPCH 230
SPCH 242
SPCH 260
SPCH 340
SPCH 389
SPCH 399
SPCH 560
SPCH 511/512
SPCH 541/543
SPCH 544/545
SPCH 546
SPCH 547
SPCH 548
SPCH 549
SPCH 563
SPCH 564
SPCH 702

 

FROM:

THSP

TO: DANC 101
DANC 274
DANC 371
DANC 374
DANC 375
DANC 376
DANC 377
DANC 378
DANC 379
DANC 380
DANC 390
DANC 399
DANC 474
DANC 573
DANC 577

Cross-listing

THEA 340 Oral Interpretation of Literature. [=SPCH 340] (3)
SPCH 340 Oral Interpretation of Literature. [=THEA 340] (3)

Change in designator and title

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

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

F. Department of Anthropology

New course

AFRO 374 CREATIVITY. [=RELG 374] (3) Study and application of various theoretical perspectives on creativity with a view to approaching creativity as a virtue in religious life, exemplified especially in African-American culture.

III. COLLEGE OF PHARMACY

Change in curriculum, University Bulletin, page U194
Note: The curriculum changes for the College of Pharmacy are not available through the Web. But a printed copy has been sent to your dean, department chairs, and senators.

Deletions

PHAR 501
PHAR 513
PHAR 557
PHAR 559
PHAR 564
PHAR 565
PHAR 565L
PHAR 566
PHAR 575
PHAR 628
PHAR 630
PHAR 631

PHAR 632
PHAR 646
PHAR 654
DPHR 600
DPHR 601
DPHR 602
DPHR 603
DPHR 604
DPHR 605
DPHR 606
DPHR 609
DPHR 610
DPHR 690

Change in title and description

FROM: PHRM 559 COMMUNITY PHARMACY PRACTICE EXPERIENCE. (4) (Prereq: third semester standing) Introduction to practice of pharmacy in the community setting. Forty hours of directed experience per week for four weeks. Pass-Fail.
TO: PHRM 559 INTRODUCTORY COMMUNITY PHARMACY PRACTICE. EXPERIENCE. (4) (Prereq: third semester standing) Introduction to the practice of pharmacy in the community setting. Forty hours of directed experience per week for four weeks. Pass-Fail.

FROM: PHRM 560 INSTITUTIONAL PHARMACY PRACTICE EXPERIENCE. (4) (Prereq: third semester standing) Introduction to the practice of pharmacy in the institutional setting. Forty hours of directed institutional experience per week for four weeks. Pass-Fail.
TO: PHRM 560 INTRODUCTORY INSTITUTIONAL PHARMACY PRACTICE EXPERIENCE. (4) (Prereq: third semester standing) Introduction to the practice of pharmacy in the institutional setting. Forty hours of directed institutional experience per week for four weeks. Pass Fail.

FROM: PHRM 679 FAMILY MEDICINE PHARMACY PRACTICE EXPERIENCE I. (4) (Prereq: seventh semester standing) Expanded communication and patient therapy monitoring in family medicine. Forty hours of directed clinical pharmacy experience per week for four weeks.
TO: PHRM 679 AMBULATORY CARE PHARMACY PRACTICE EXPERIENCE I. (4) (Prereq: seventh semester standing) Expanded communication and patient therapy monitoring in an ambulatory care setting. Forty hours of directed clinical experience per week for four weeks.

Change in description

FROM: PHRM 676 CLINCIAL PHARMACY PRACTICE EXPERIENCE. (4) (Prereq: seventh semester standing) Introduction to the practice of pharmacy in the clinical setting. Forty hours of directed clinical experience per week for four weeks.
TO: PHRM 676 CLINICAL PHARMACY PRACTICE EXPERIENCE. (4) (Prereq: seventh semester standing) Introduction to the inpatient care setting and the team concept of health care for pharmacists. Forty hours of directed clinical experience per week for four weeks.

FROM: PHRM 678 MEDICINE PHARMACY PRACTICE EXPERIENCE I. (4) (Prereq: seventh semester standing) Expanded communication and patient therapy monitoring in family medicine. Forty hours of directed clinical pharmacy experience per week for four weeks.
TO: PHRM 678 MEDICINE PHARMACY PRACTICE EXPERIENCE I. (4) (Prereq: seventh semester standing) Expanded communication and patient therapy monitoring in institutional setting, including primary and acute care. Forty hours of directed clinical experience per week for four weeks.

FROM: PHRM 696 COMMUNITY PRACTICE EXPERIENCE. (4) (Prereq: seventh semester standing) College approved clinical practice or research in a community setting. Forty hours of directed community practice and /or research per week for four weeks.
TO: PHRM 696 COMMUNITY PRACTICE EXPERIENCE. (4) (Prereq: seventh semester standing) Expanded communication and patient therapy monitoring in community pharmacy practice involving patient-oriented services. Forty hours of directed clinical experience per week for four weeks.

IV. COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS

A. Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry

Changes in curriculum, University Bulletin, page U209
Note: The curriculum changes for the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry are not available through the Web. But a printed copy has been sent to your dean, department chairs, and senators.

Change in prerequisites and descriptions

FROM: CHEM 541 (3) PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY. (Prereq: CHEM 112, PHYS 202, or coreq: PHYS 212; prereq co coreq: MATH 241 or consent of instructor) Theories and laws relating to chemical changes. Three lectures per week.
TO: CHEM 541 (3) PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY. (Prereq: CHEM 112, MATH 241; prereq or coreq: PHYS 212 or PHYS 212 or PHYS 207, or consent of instructor) Chemical thermodynamics and kinetics.

FROM: CHEM 542 PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY. (3) (Prereq: CHEM 541) Three lectures per week.
TO: CHEM 542 PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY. (3) (Prereq: CHEM 112, PHYS 212 or PHYS 207, MATH 241 or consent of instructor) Spectroscopy, statistical mechanics and chemical applications of quantum mechanics.

FROM: CHEM 542L PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY. (1) (Prereq: CHEM 541L or 591; prereq or coreq: CHEM 542) Applications of physical chemical techniques. Three laboratory hours per week.
TO: CHEM 542L PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY LABORATRY. (1) (Prereq: CHEM 321L or SCCC 104 or consent of instructor; prereq or coreq: CHEM 542) Applications of physical chemical techniques. Three laboratory hours and one recitation hour per week.

Change in description

FROM: CHEM 541L PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY. (1) (Prereq: CHEM 321L or SCCC 104 or consent of instructor; prereq or coreq: CHEM 541) Applications of physical chemical techniques. Three laboratory hours per week.
TO: CHEM 541L PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY. (1) (Prereq: CHEM 321L or SCCC 104 or consent of instructor; prereq or coreq: CHEM 541) Applications of physical chemical techniques. Three laboratory hours and one recitation hour per week.

B. Department of Biological Sciences

Change in title

FROM: BIOL 525 MARINE BOTANY. [=MSCI 525] (4)
TO: BIOL 525 MARINE PLANTS. [=MSCI 525] (4)

C. Department of Marine Science

Change in title

FROM: MSCI 525 MARINE BOTANY. [=MSCI 525] (4)
TO: MSCI 525 MARINE PLANTS. [=MSCI 525] (4)

V. SOUTH CAROLINA HONORS COLLEGE

Changes in curriculum, University Bulletin, page U226 - U228
Note: The curriculum changes for the South Carolina Honors College are not available through the Web. But a printed copy has been sent to your dean, department chairs, and senators.


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