REPORT: COMMITTEE ON CURRICULA AND COURSES
(For consideration by the Faculty Senate at its October 6, 1999 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 William Jacoby in advance if errors are noted.
Telephone: 777-6683 or E-mail: william-jacoby@sc. Dept. of Government and International Studies
I. COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
A. Management Science
Change in curriculum, University Bulletin, UG 94
Present Wording Proposed Wording
II. COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS
A. Department of English
ENGL 466 RHETORIC FOR WRITERS. (3)
Department of English (continued)
ENGL 466 WRITING INTERNSHIP. (Prereq: ENGL 387 and consent
of instructor and advisor) Supervised professional experience
writing in a workplace or community agency, including analysis
and production of documents.
B. Linguistics Program
Change in curriculum, University Bulletin, p. UG 171
Linguistics Program (Continued)
III. School of Music
Change in description
FROM: MUSC 130 A-Z ENSEMBLE. (1) Ensembles such as winds, percussion,
jazz, and collegium. See class schedule for ensembles
offered in any given semester.
TO: MUSC 130 A-Z ENSEMBLE. (1) Chamber ensembles; special
ensembles of instruments and voices.
IV. Experimental Courses: For the Senates information only.
A. COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
ECON 303X THE INTERNATIONAL ECONOMY. (3) (Prereq:
ECON 324) Survey of international economic issues and
institutions, including trade and protectionism, global and
regional trade agreements, trade balances and exchange rates,
and Japan, NAFTA, and the European Union.
B. COLLEGE OF PHARMACY
PHRM 611X ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE. (2) Origin and use of
homeopathic, herbal, and other alternative medicines.
Two lectures per week.