APPROVAL OF FACULTY SENATE CURRICULAR RECOMMENDATIONS
Based on the recommendations of provost mcNairy, and where appropriate,
the school deans, the following approvals and determinations are offered: 1. All Faculty Senate actions related to courses (revised or
new) prior to my memorandum to you dated April 17, 1995, are hereby
approved. The Office of Academic Affairs has not yet reviewed any policy
issues recommended by the Faculty Senate last year.2. Faculty Senate actions at June 13, 1995 meeting.
GEOG321/PSCI341 Approval of this dual-labeled course is deferred
pending resolution of questions regarding availability and allocation of
THEA 217 Approved. An exception to the General Education moratorium
is granted (this course was in existence prior to the June 13 meeting).
ANTH 320 Approved. An exception to the General Education moratorium
is granted (12 students, the maximum for this course, are currently
enrolled in the experimental course).
Archeology option and minor. A decision on these proposals is
deferred until Academic Affairs has an opportunity to more fully consider
the resource implications.
Social Work and Gerontology Course Counting. Approved. The school
dean will annually give consideration to General Education and Social
Work course needs as well as resource implications when building course
HPED 175. Approved. An exception to the General Education moratorium
is granted (students are currently enrolled). Incidentally, this new
course appears more appropriate to the goals of general education.
Proposal on Admission to Advanced Studies for Teacher Preparation
BIOL 662 Approved. The School Dean will ensure that this course is
taught only in conjunction with the dual-labeled undergraduate course
3. Faculty Senate actions at September 5, 1995, meeting.
ECON 327 Approval is deferred.
THEA 350 Approved effective with the 1996
Spring Semester. The School Dean will ensure that the resource
implications of this new course are addressed.
PHYS 435 Approved.
4. Faculty Senate actions at September 19, 1995, meeting.
COMM 422 Approval is deferred pending resolution of questions related
to resources and scheduling.
BIOL 318 Approved effective with the 1996 Spring Semester. The school
dean will ensure that the Adjunct/Overload resource implications of this
new course are addressed.
Please contact me if you have questions or concerns regarding these
approvals. The patience of the Faculty Senate during this transition time
has not gone unnoticed and is appreciated.
c: Dr. Francine G. McNairy, Provost and Vice President for Academic
Dr. Bennett F. Berhow, Dean, School of Education
Dr. Linda Clark-Newman, Interim Dean, School of Humanities and Social
Dr. Albert C. Hoffman, Dean, School of Science and Mathematics Return to Faculty Senate Home Page Return to MU Home Page