CANs List

Curriculum Action Notice


From:

Academic Affairs Committee

Date:

October 18, 2004

This is a bulletin from the Academic Affairs Committee concerning proposed curricular actions. Please forward any comments or concerns in the next 10 days to the AAC chair, Flor Blanco, Belknap Hall 110A, Ext. 4604, fblanco@mnsfld.edu.

The Department of History & Political Science has requested the following curricular actions:

# 1 Action:
Course Deletion: HST 5501 Colonial and Revolutionary America
Rationale for deletion: Restructuring HST graduate course offerings

#2 Action:
Course deletion: HST 5504 Constitution to Manifest Destiny
Rationale for deletion: Restructuring HST graduate course offerings

#3 Action:
Course deletion: HST 5505 The Age of Civil War and Reconstruction
Rationale for deletion: Restructuring HST graduate course offerings

# 4 Action:
Course deletion: HST 5507 The United States, 1914-1945
Rationale for deletion: Restructuring HST graduate course offerings

# 5 Action:
Course deletion: HST 5508 America Since World War II
Rationale for deletion: Restructuring HST graduate course offerings

# 6 Action:
Course deletion: HST 5510 Afro-American Experience
Rationale for deletion: Restructuring HST graduate course offerings

# 7 Action:
Course deletion: HST 5515 Modern American Diplomacy
Rationale for deletion: Restructuring HST graduate course offerings

# 8 Action:
Course deletion: HST 5516 The Evolution of Social Welfare in America
Rationale for deletion:
Restructuring HST graduate course offerings

# 9 Action:
Course deletion: HST 5518 Frontier in American History
Rationale for deletion: Restructuring HST graduate course offerings

# 10 Action:
Course deletion: HST 5521 The Ancient World: Greece and the Near East
Rationale for deletion: Restructuring HST graduate course offerings

# 11 Action:
Course deletion: HST 5522 The Ancient World: The Roman Republic and Empire
Rationale for deletion: Restructuring HST graduate course offerings

# 12 Action:
Course deletion: HST 5523 The Holocaust
Rationale for deletion: Restructuring HST graduate course offerings

# 13 Action:
Course deletion: HST 5525 American Social and Cultural History
Rationale for deletion: Restructuring HST graduate course offerings

# 14 Action:
Course deletion: HST 5526 World Cultures
Rationale for deletion: Restructuring HST graduate course offerings

# 15 Action:
Course deletion: HST 5530 The American Indian: From Bering to Red Power
Rationale for deletion: Restructuring HST graduate course offerings

# 16 Action:
Course deletion: HST 5551 Renaissance and Reformation
Rationale for deletion: Restructuring HST graduate course offerings

# 17 Action:
Course deletion: HST 5558 The Soviet Union
Rationale for deletion: Restructuring HST graduate course offerings

# 18 Action:
Course deletion: HST 5559 Russia: Beginning to 1917
Rationale for deletion: Restructuring HST graduate course offerings

# 19 Action:
Course Deletion: HST 5566 Twentieth Century Europe
Rationale for deletion: Restructuring HST graduate course offerings

# 20 Action:
Course Deletion: HST 5588 History of Africa
Rationale for deletion: Restructuring HST graduate course offerings

# 21 Action:
Course deletion HST 5589 Vietnam War
Rationale for deletion: Restructuring HST graduate course offerings

# 22 Action:
New Course: HST 5531 Topics in United States History
Purpose and Nature of Course: Create an opportunity for students to fulfill Act 48 and master’s education requirements

To repeat for additional credit (not repeat of previously earned grade), list maximum hours of credit that may be earned over multiple Semesters: 12 semester hours.

Course Description for Catalog:
An in-depth study of a special area of American history that is of current interest, with an emphasis on teaching this topic.

# 23 Action:
New Course: HST 5532 Topics in World History
Purpose and Nature of Course: Create an opportunity for students to fulfill Act 48 and master’s education requirements

To repeat for additional credit (not repeat of previously earned grade), list maximum hours of credit that may be earned over multiple semesters: 12 semester hours.

Course Description for Catalog (limit to four sentences):
An in-depth study of a special area of world history that is of current interest, with an emphasis on teaching this topic.

# 24 Action:
New Course: HST 5533 Topics in European History
Purpose and Nature of Course:
Create an opportunity for students to fulfill Act 48 and master’s education requirements

To repeat for additional credit (not repeat of previously earned grade), list maximum hours of credit that may be earned over multiple semesters: 12 semester hours.

Course Description for Catalog:
An in-depth study of a special area of European history that is of current interest, with an emphasis on teaching this topic.

 

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