Fundamental algorithms and processes used in business information systems. Development and representation of programming logic. Introduction to implementation using a high-level programming language.
Currently CSCE 204 is part of our ITEC program major curriculum. We would like the flexibility to be able to teach this course if there is a need.
Dear Curricula and Courses Committee,
The Computer Science Department concurs with the creation of an ITEC 204 course Cross Listed to CSCE 204.
The Computer Science Department also concurs with adding CSCE 145 and CSCE 146 to the ITEC curriculum to satisfy that program’s software programming curricular requirements. We understand that this is being done to facilitate acceptance of coursework already completed by students transferring into the ITEC program. However, we acknowledge that this may represent an increased demand for those classes if ITEC majors chose to take these courses rather than the alternate Programming sequence that currently exists in the ITEC program. Our current staffing and course offerings can handle the increased demand.
Matt E. Thatcher, Ph.D
Interim Chair and Professor
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
College of Engineering and Computing
University of South Carolina
FROM: Michael Galbreth
Acting Chair, Management Science Department
TO: John Gerdes
Chair, Faculty Senate Curricula and Courses Committee
DATE: September 29, 2017
SUBJECT: Letter of concurrence for ITEC
I am pleased to offer this letter of concurrence for the proposed ITEC 204, which has been proposed to be cross-listed with CSCE 204 (CSCE 204 is currently cross-listed with a course in the Management Science Department, MGSC 298). The Management Science Department has no objections to the ITEC 204 course.
The syllabus lists the "Course Name" as CSCE 204. It should be changed to ITEC 204. A more complete syllabus may be necessary.
Returned per proponent request.
Please indicate a minimum grade for each pre-requisite and/or co-requisite. Doing so will allow the pre/co-requisites to be enforced by Banner at the time of registration. A grade of 'D' indicates that the student passed the pre/co-requisite course. Some academic units choose to list a higher minimum grade, as deemed necessary by the department.
We are being asked to specify the minimum grade for all prereqs. Is this the intent:
Prerequisites: Prerequisite: D or better in CSCE 101 or MGSC 290 or ITEC 264
Thank you for submitting your proposal to the Committee on Curricula & Courses. We have approved the proposal and are moving it forward to the Faculty Senate. It is recommended someone from the department attend the next Faculty Senate meeting in case there are questions from the floor regarding your proposal.
We appreciate your patience and commitment to undergraduate and graduate education.
John Gerdes, Chair803firstname.lastname@example.orgFaculty Senate Committee on Curricula and Courses
Update will appear in the 1819 Undergraduate Bulletin.