Rhetorical study of popular culture, using the methods and theories of cultural analysis to examine how various popular cultural forms work as persuasion.
Speech concurs with this change. It makes the ENGL course consistent with the SPCH course.
Jonathan Edwards, Director of Speech Communication and Rhetoric
Your proposal is being returned for the following reason(s):• There is an indication that this course is cross listed with another course(s). The registrar is requiring that cross listed courses have identical bulletin information, so a proposed change in one cross listed course will impact all cross listed courses. Because of this there needs to be coordination between the departments to make sure that there is agreement by all parties with how these courses will be listed in the bulletin. In all cases we will need to have a letter of concurrence from all cross-listed departments.
If the above concerns are addressed, and the proposal reaches the Curricula and Courses Committee by noon April 19, 2018, it will be approved and included in those courses being recommended to the Faculty Senate for the upcoming Faculty Senate meeting. If the committee receives it after that date, it will be considered during the next Curricula and Courses review cycle Please contact me if you have questions (firstname.lastname@example.org).Sincerely,John GerdesFaculty Senate Committee on Curricula and Courses
Need SPCH 472 under the original cross-listing heading. Again, I can't fix this b/c I don't have access to the cross-listing part of the form.
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, Chair803email@example.comFaculty Senate Committee on Curricula and Courses
Update will appear in the 1920 Undergraduate Bulletin to be published 2.15.19.