REPORT: COMMITTEE ON CURRICULA AND COURSES
(For consideration by the Faculty Senate at its December 2, 1998)
The Committee requests that any department which has a proposal
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 G.B. Lane in advance if
errors are noted.
Telephone: 777-5103 or E-mail: GBLANE@MOZART.SC.EDU
EDEC 310 PRACTICUM IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION II.
LING 501 LANGUAGE THEORY AND PHONETICS. (3)
Change in number, title, and description
FROM: MUSC 130 ENSEMBLE. (1) Ensembles such as winds, percussion, jazz, and collegium. See class schedule for ensembles offered in any given semester.
TO: MUSC 130E JAZZ ENSEMBLE JAZZ. (1)
TO: MUSC 130N ENSEMBLE JAZZ COMBO. (1)
SPAD 507 LANGUAGE THEORY AND PHONETICS. (3) (Prereq:
permission of instructor) Study of language theory and
international phonetics. alphabet transcription.
Department of Physics and Astronomy
Change in curriculum, University Bulletin, pages 225-226
College of Pharmacy
PHRM 611X ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE. (2) Origin and use of
homeopathic, herbal, and other alternative medicines.
Two lectures per week.
UNIVERISTY 290X RESIDENTIAL COLLEGE SEMINAR. (1) A series of
interdisciplinary discussions for residential college
students on themes in past and contemporary cultures.
CRJU 571M COMPARATIVE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEMS. (3)
The analysis of international criminal justice systems.
Emphasis upon legal foundations, current structures, and
strategies of crime control.
College of Education
A. Department of Educational Psychology
Counselor Education (EDCE)
EDCE 503M FAMILY GUIDANCE. (3) Effective techniques for
Special Education (EDEX
EDEX 691M THE HANDICAPPED IN THE REGULAR CLASS-
ROOM. (3) Methods of including mentally retarded,
emotionally disturbed, and learning disabled children
in the regular classroom.
C. College of Liberal Arts
Department of Anthropology
ANTH 323M FIELD SCHOOL IN ETHNOGRAPHY. (6) An ethno-
graphic research project in collaboration with Piccolo
Spoleto to provide an event by event study of the festival.
Southern Studies Program
SOST 411M TOPICS IN SOUTHERN FILM. (3) An introduction to
films about the American South from the silent era to the
present with emphasis on the interaction of history, cultures,
and the changing portrayals of life in the South.
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