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Curriculum Action Notice


From:

Academic Affairs Committee

Date:

January 10, 2002 (f)

This is a bulletin from the Academic Affairs Committee concerning proposed curriculum actions. Within the next 10 days, please forward any comments or concerns to the AAC Chair, Helen Biblehimer, Elliott Hall 203, x4521, hbiblehi@mnsfld.edu.

The department of Psychology recommends the following curricular changes:

 

#1 Curricular Action: Course Deletion Request

(1) Course to be deleted: PSY 305 Educational Psychology

Rationale for Deletion: Dropping Psychology dual listing of course with Education

(2) Course to be deleted: PSY 323 Cognitive and Moral Development

Rationale for Deletion: Course has not been offered for a number of years. Staff no

longer available to teach.

(3) Course to be deleted: PSY 331 Psychology of Consciousness

Rationale for Deletion: Course has not been offered for a number of years. Staff no longer available to teach.

(4) Course to be deleted: PSY 333 Introduction to Biofeedback Techniques

Rationale for Deletion: Course has not been offered for a number of years. Staff no longer available to teach.

(5) Course to be Deleted: PSY 351 Experimental II: Perceptual Process

Rationale for Deletion: Course was replaced with PSY 355. Deletion should have been completed with the new course report.

(5) Course to be Deleted: PSY 351L Experimental II: Perceptual Process Lab

Rationale for Deletion: Course was replaced with PSY 355. Deletion should have been completed with the new course report.

(6) Course to be deleted: PSY 461 Experimental Social Psychology

Rationale for Deletion: Course has not been offered for a number of years. Staff no longer available to teach.

(7) Course to be deleted: PSY 462L Behavior Modification Lab

Rationale for Deletion: Course no longer offered

 

#2.Curricular Action: New Course Request

Course: PSY 325 Advanced Leadership

Purpose and Nature of Course: To provide students with an in-depth understanding of issues of leadership and to examine applications of leadership principles to the college environment and other setting in the community. Students will be asked to participate in a campus or community setting where they can study and apply these principles.

Request General Education Status to fulfill block 5 - Social Sciences.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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