Contracts, products liability, intellectual property including patent, trade secrets, copyrights and trademarks, and business torts relating to product design.
The course is a part of the new MS degree program in Technology Innovation and Entrepreneurial Engineering. The class raises engineering students' awareness of current problems and responsibilities that are faced during the course of a career. The class covers common legal issues such as contracts, torts, and government regulations.
We need to assign a course number with the APPS submission. Is it ENCP 733? 533? The difference is that that 500-level courses can be taken by undergraduates as well as graduate students.
The course description needs to be written in the Bulletin genre.
The syllabus lacks components required by ACAF 2.03 section III.K. See http://www.sc.edu/policies/ppm/acaf203.pdf
A letter of concurrance from the School of Law may be required for approval by the Graduate Council and/or C&C Committee.
Change Miscellaneous to Disability Accomodations
The designated course instructor needs a graduate faculty appointment.
Please rephrase Learning Outcomes to use action verbs (per. ACAF 2.03). Consider:
By the end of this course, students will be able to:
A grading scale is required: A =?; ...... F = ?
The course is described as having 14 meetings, then, the tentative outline indicates 26 meetings. Please clarify.
This appears to have been returned to college instead of proponent. Proponent access is needed to address the Graduate Council Committee comments.