REPORT: COMMITTEE ON CURRICULA AND COURSES


(For consideration by the Faculty Senate at its meeting on July 1,1997)

                                   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 John Winberry in advance if errors are noted.
                                   Telephone:  777-2388 or E-mail:  Winberry@garnet.cla.sc.edu

NOTE:  Change in college's curriculum are not available on the Web but printed copies have
been sent to senators, deans, and department chairs.

I.  COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

     Marketing
    
    Change in title and description

    FROM:  MGSC 392  QUANTITATIVE METHODS FOR BUSINESS.  (3) 
                                       (Prereq:  MGSC 291)  Quantitative methods for managerial decision-       
                                       making; linear programming, goal programming, transportation models,  
                                       network models, integer programming, inventory models, waiting line     
                                      models, decision theory, and simulation.

     TO:      MGSC 392  QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS FOR BUSINESS DECISION-MAKING.
                                      (3)  (Prereq:  MGSC 291)  Quantitative approaches for managerial
                                      problem-solving and decision-making.  Formulation, solution,
                                      analysis and interpretation of spreadsheet-based models for common
                                      business decision-making situations.  Optimization, simulation, 
                               decision analysis.

     FROM:  MGSC 590  BUSINESS INFORMATION SYSTEMS APPLICATION.  (3)
                                        (Prereq:  MGSC 490)  Case and field studies of specific 
                                        information systems.

    TO:         MGSC 590  BUSINESS INFORMATION SYSTEMS IMPLEMENTATION.  (3)
                                        (Prereq:  MGSC 490)  Design, implementation and evaluation of
                                        business information systems.  Implementation strategies and
                                        research techniques.  Post-implementation evaluation planning.

   
    
II.  COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

       A.  Department of Educational Psychology

          New course

          EDCE 510  INTRODUCTION TO COUNSELING.  (3)  (Prereq:  Admission to M.Ed. in
                                Counseling or consent of instructor)  A survey of the counseling profession    
                                including history, orientation and practice.

    B.  Department of Instruction and Teacher Education

          Deletions

          EDEC 110  PRACTICUM IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION I.  (3)
          EDEC 244  LANGUAGE EXPERIENCES FOR THE CHILD UNDER SIX.  (3)

    C.  Department of Physical Education

          Change in number, hours and description

          FROM:  PEDU 170  DANCE PERFORMANCE.  [=THSP 577]  (1)  Choreography
                                            based on the techniques of ballet through the contemporary
                                            idioms of jazz and modern dance.  Opportunity for public
                                            performance.

          TO:       PEDU 577  DANCE PERFORMANCE.  [=THSP 577]  (3)  Rehearsal,
                                           choreographic analysis, and dance performance.  Ramifications
                                           of all components of dance production--from music to costume,
                                           lighting, and scenery will be considered.












 III.   COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS

	A.  Change in curriculum, University Bulletin, page 134 UG

	B.  Department of Aerospace Studies 

Deletions

AERO 301L  ADVANCED AIR FORCE LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCES I.  (No credit)
AERO 302L  ADVANCED AIR FORCE LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCES II.  (No credit)             
AERO 401L  ADVANCED AIR FORCE LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCES III.  (No credit)
AERO 402L  ADVANCED AIR FORCE LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCES.  (1)          

	C.  Department of Geography

      New course

      GEOG 277  WORLD TOURISM GEOGRAPHY.  (3)  Geographic analysis of tourism
                           in America and selected world regions; demand, supply, transportation
                           and cultural/environmental impact aspects.

D.  Linguistics Program

      Change in title and description

      FROM:  LING 567  EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLINGUISTICS.  [=PSYC 506]
                                       (3)  (Prereq:  consent of instructor)  Psychological experiments
                                       relating to theories of speech perception, linguistic theories of
                                       syntax and semantics, the brain mechanisms underlying language,
                                       the development of language in children, and the role of language
                                       in thought.

    TO:        LING 567  PSYCHOLOGY OF LANGUAGE.  [=PSYC 506]  (3)  (Prereq:
                                     consent of instructor)  Human language capacity covered in 
                                     research and theory:  Language acquisition, speech perception and              production, word and sentence processing, brain and language, language               and gender.








E.  Department of Psychology

      Change in curriculum, University Bulletin, page 177 UG

























Deletion

PSYC 226L  LABORATORY IN RESEARCH METHODS.  (1)

Change in prerequisites and description

FROM:  PSYC 498  ADVANCED INDEPENDENT STUDY.  (1-6) (Prereq:  consent of
                                  instructor)  May be repeated for credit for a maximum of six hours.
                                  Requires contract approved by instructor, advisor, and department
                                  chair.

TO:        PSYC 498  ADVANCED INDEPENDENT STUDY.  (1-6)  (Prereq:  9 hours of
                                  psychology, and consent of instructor)  Closely supervised
                                  project or research experience.  Approved contract required.  May be
                                  repeated for up to 6 credits.

COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS

Department of Psychology (Continued)

Change in prerequisites and description

FROM:  PSYC 506  EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLINGUISTICS.  [=LING 567]  (3)  
                                  (Prereq:  consent of instructor)  Psychological experiments relating to           
                                  theories of speech perception, linguistic theories of syntax and semantics,     
                                  the brain mechanisms underlying language, the development of language
                                  in children, and the role of language in thought.

TO:  PSYC 506     PSYCHOLOGY OF LANGUAGE.  (3)  [=LING 567]  (Prereq:  consent                 of instructor)  Human language capacity covered in research and theory:                   Language acquisition, speech perception and production, word and sentence
                    processing, brain and language, language and gender.

FROM:  PSYC 598,599  INDIVIDUAL RESEARCH.  (3)  (Prereq:  15 hours of psychology 
                                  and consent of instructor)  Student will plan and execute one or more 
                                  supervised research studies.  PSYC 598 is not a prerequisite to 599.  May
                                  be repeated for credit to three hour maximum for each course.  Requires
                                  a contract approved by the instructor, adviser and department chair.  

TO:       PSYC 598,599  INDIVIDUAL RESEARCH.  (3 each)  (Prereq:  15 hours of                           psychology, and consent of instructor)   Planning and execution of one
                                 or more supervised research studies.  Approved contract required.

F.  Department of Theatre, Speech and Dance

     Change in credit and description

     FROM:     THSP 577  DANCE PERFORMANCE.  [=PEDU 170]  (1)  Choreography
                      based on the techniques of ballet through the contemporary idioms
                      of jazz and modern dance.

    TO:        THSP 577  DANCE PERFORMANCE.  [=PEDU 170] (1)  Rehearsal,
                      choreographic analysis, and dance performance.  Ramifications
                      of all components of dance production--from music to costume,
                      lighting, and scenery will be considered.


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