Members present: Rebecca Ambers, Dan Bloom, Barbara Boseker, John Campbell, Karen Csajko, Helen Dachelet, Brant Deppa, Shirley Eiken, Ruth Forsythe, Kelly Herold, Drake Hokanson, John Johanson, Lola Johnson, Dan Kauffman, E.M. Win Lewis, Beckry Abdel-Magid, Charla Miertschin, Randy Miller, Robert Newberry, James Reidy, Dominic Ricciotti, Cathy Schmidt, Paul Schumacher, Ed Slowik, Ed Thompson
Guests present: Kerry Williams, Stewart Shaw
I. Meeting called to order at 3:37 p.m. by chair Kelly Herold. Next meeting is January 17, 2001.
II. Adoption of Agenda
Addition of IV. C. Gen. Ed. substitution of Lori Bille
Addition of VII. Points of Information, Music
Addition of VIII. New Business - Course schedule time conflicts
P. Schumacher/R. Ambers, M/S, to adopt agenda as amended. Motion passed.
III. Approval of November 15, 2000 minutes
Correct misspelled name of Jennifer Matsche.
P. Schumacher/D. Kaufman, M/S, to approve as amended. Motion passed.
IV. Gen. Ed. Substitution Requests
A. Matthew Barnard - ENG 326-304American Folklore (3 credits) from University of Wisconsin - Stout for Different Cultures. R. Miller/W. Lewis, M/S, to disapprove substitution. Motion passed.
B. Jennifer Wittenberg - ENG 120 Introduction to Literature: Portraits of Families Across Cultures (3 credits) from Winona State University for Different Cultures. B. Deppa/C. Schmidt, M/S to approve substitution. Motion passed with a vote of 14 - 5.
C. Lori Bille - MUS 114 World Music (3 credits) from Winona State University for Different Cultures. R. Ambers/E. Thompson, M/S, to approve substitution. Motion passed.
D. Hokanson/S. Eiken, M/S, that A2C2 considers only general education substitutions or requests that originate from colleges or universities other than Winona State University and that this change should be effective next semester [Spring 2001]. Motion failed.
S. Eiken/P. Schumacher, M/S, to reaffirm the current General Education substitution policy as approved by Faculty Senate on December 8, 1997. Motion passed.
E. Thompson/S. Eiken, M/S, that an e-mail be sent by Chair Herold to all students and faculty now and annually stating the current General Education substitution policy. Motion passed.
V. Course/Program Proposal Subcommittee
Committee recommends approval of the following courses. The votes were 8-0-1 for all.A. PER 290 Foundation of Tourism (3 SH)
B. PER 339 Wilderness Ethics, Safety & Survival (3 SH)
C. PER 393 Evaluation in Recreation, Tourism & Therapeutic Recreation (3 SH)
Courses were approved by A2C2.
VI. University Studies Subcommittee (USS) Report
Chair Herold reminds the committee that the submission policy is that courses approved by the USS must be published on the web before being considered by A2C2. Proposals should be submitted to Kathy Schott as soon as possible after subcommittee approval.
USS recommends approval of the following courses (all votes unanimous):
Arts & Sciences Core - Social Science (all 3 SH)
PSYC 325 Social Psychology
WS 148 Introduction to Women's Studies
POLS 120 Introduction to American Politics
POLS 130 Introduction to International Relations
POLS 201 Politics and Violence
POLS 221 State and Local Government
Arts & Sciences Core - Natural Sciences
CHEM 100 Chemistry Appreciation (3 SH)
CHEM 108 Introduction to General Chemistry (3 SH)
CHEM 208 General, Organic & Biochemistry I (3 SH)
CHEM 209 General, Organic & Biochemistry II (4 SH)
CHEM 212 Principles of Chemistry I (4 SH)
CHEM 213 Principles of Chemistry II (4 SH)
BIOL 117 Human Biology (3 SH)
BIOL 201 Human Anatomy (4 SH)
BIOL 241 Principles of Biology I (4 SH)
BIOL 242 Principles of Biology II (4 SH)
Courses were approved for University Studies Program.
USS meets next Wednesday (12/13) at 2:00 p.m. for Humanities and remaining Natural Sciences.
The following were postponed since course proposals have not appeared on the web.
Basic Skills - Mathematics
MATH 155 Math for Earth and Life Science II (3 SH)
Arts & Sciences Core - Social Science
SOC 212 The Family (3 SH)
CMST 282 Introduction to Communication Studies (3 SH)
CMST 287 Conflict and Communication (3 SH)
Arts & Sciences Core - Natural Sciences
GEOS 100 Minnesota's Rocks and Water (3 SH)
GEOS 105 Astronomy (3 or 4 SH)
GEOS 110 Introduction to Oceanography (3 or 4 SH)
GEOS 120 Dynamic Earth (4 SH)
GEOS 130 Earth and Life Through Time (4 SH)
PHYS 200 Fundamentals of Aviation (3SH)
VII. Points of Information
The PER department reports the following course name changes:
PER 240 Trip Camping & River Canoeing to Outdoor Pursuits
PER 302 Tourism/Eco-tourism to Adventure Travel and Tourism Development
PER 421 Outdoor Education to Outdoor Education Interpretive Services
The THAD department reports that THAD 141 Oral Interpretation was listed as a 2 SH course. It should have been listed as a 3 SH course.
The MUS departments notes that the SPED 400 course requirement be changed to SPED 200 in the Music-Teaching major. Also, MUS 233 Piano Ensemble (1 SH) will be a one-time course offering.
VIII. New Business - Course schedule time conflicts
Beckry Magel-Magid expressed concern over the current registration system allowing students to schedule more than one course during a given time period. The current web registration system "flags" student on time conflicts, but does not prevent students from registering for conflicting classes. No action was taken.
IX. Adjournment D. Hokanson/B. Boseker, M/S, to adjourn. Motion passed and meeting adjourned at 4:52 p.m.
Submitted by secretary Charla Miertschin