Agenda 11-21-14 | Kent State University

Agenda 11-21-14

EHHS Curriculum Committee Meeting
November 21, 2014
10:30 AM - WH 308D

Welcome (Cathy and Joanne)

Review and Approval of October Minutes

Information/Discussion Materials

LDES /ITEC 50093 Workshop: NEOTech Annual Conference Workshop Series / Drew Tiene / Spring 2015

Undergraduate Proposals

LDES-HDFS Program Revision (Kelly Cichy)
Proposal revises HST concentration of HDFS program to align with revisions made to the AAS-HST curriculum. Revisions will facilitate seamless matriculation from associate to the bachelor degree program, reducing/eliminating need for use of course substitutions/exceptions. Total program hours of 121 do not change. Effective Fall 2015.

LDES-CHDS 10001 (Jane Cox)
Inactivate course; effective Fall 2015.

LDES-CHDS 10002 (Jane Cox)
Inactivate course; effective Fall 2015.

LDES-CHDS 40093 (Jane Cox)
Proposal revises course subject from CHDS to CES to reflect change in name of major, course title, content, methods of assessment/evaluation, and textbook information are also changed/updated. Effective Fall 2015.

FLA-HM Curriculum Proposals Summary (Swathi Ravichrandan)

FLA-HM Program Revision
Proposal revises course requirements for the BS Hospitality management. Revisions include removal and addition of courses t core requirements, changes to credits, levels and titles of existing courses, increase in number of professional electives, and revision to prerequisite of an existing courses. Total program hours remain at 120. Effective Fall 2015.FLA-HM Minor Program Revision

FLA-HM Minor Program Revision
Proposal revises course requirements for the minor in Hospitality Management, including list of required courses, total number of credits needed to earn the minor and the list of elective courses has been revised. Program hours change from 23-27 to 24. Effective Fall 2015.

FLA-HM Articulation Agreement Revision
Revisions to the HM Articulation Agreement with Cuyahoga Community College include changes in curriculum at each institution. Transfer tables and roadmap adjustments are shown in attached materials. Total program hours do not change. Effective Fall 2015.

FLA-HM Undergraduate Course Proposals:

FLA-HM 13024; revises content, credit hours and other; effective Fall 2015.

FLA-HM 23030; revises content, description, other; effective Fall 2015.

FLA-HM 33026; revises content and other; effective Fall 2015.

FLA-HM 33029; revises content, description, title and other; effective Fall 2015.

FLA-HM 33040; revises content, description, title, title abbreviation, and other; effective Fall 2015.

Undergrad / Graduate Combined Course Proposals

FLA-HM 33035; revises content, changes course number to 44035, slashes course with newly established HM 54035 and other; effective Fall 2015. (see below)

FLA/HM 43035 / 53035 / Establish Course / Aviad Israeli / Fall 201
The purpose of this proposal is to construct a course that will expose graduate and undergraduate students to the dynamics of service encounters. Cour

FLA-HM 43029 / 53029 / Course Revision / Swathi Ravichandran / Fall 2015
Purpose of this proposal is to update course description, course content, instructor and textbook information.

FLA-HM 43040 / 53040/Course Revision/Swathi Ravichandran/Fall 2015
Revises content, title, title abbreviation and other; effective Fall 2015.

Graduate Proposals

LDES/CHDS / Programs and Course Revisions / Jane Cox / Fall 2015

LDES/CHDS PhD / Program Revision
This action changes the name of the program and course subject from Counseling and Human Development Services (CHDS) to Counselor Education and Supervision (CES). Course requirements are also being revised to reflect current practices.

LDES/COUN EDS / Program Revision
This action revises the admission policy and clarifies course requirements for the University catalog.

LDES/SCON MED / Program Revision
This action revises the total credit hours required for graduation, lowering it from 49 to 48 as a result of a reduction in credits in a practicum course.

LDES/CMHC MED / Program Revision
This action revises the total subjects, titles, and course numbers in program requirements to reflect changes made to CHDS courses.

LDES / CHDS / Large-Scale Change to Courses (See proposal for listing)
This proposal will change the subject of the following courses from CHDS to CES, as a result of a proposed name change for the Counseling and Human Development Services major to Counselor Education and Supervision. In addition, textbook information for these courses will be assignments and "existing CES faculty" will be designated as instructor

CHDS Course name changes:
6/77530 Introduction to Counseling to Counseling Theories
6/77531 Individual Counseling Procedures to Counseling Skills and Techniques
6/78069 Orientation to School Counseling to School Counseling: Orientation and Ethics
6/88167 Advanced Counseling Procedures to Case Conceptualization and Treatment Planning
6/78128 Individual Appraisal in Counseling to Clinical Assessment in Counseling
6/78126 Principles of Measurement and Appraisal to Introduction to Assessment in Counseling
6/78182 Career Development and Guidance to Career Counseling
80090 Doctoral Residency Seminar in Counseling and Human Development Services to Doctoral Residency Seminar in Counselor Education and Supervision
88281 Research Seminar in Counseling and Human Development Services to Research Seminar in Counselor Education and Supervision
88292 Internship in Counseling and Human Development Services to Intership in Counselor Education and Supervision
88294 College Teaching in Counseling and Human Development Services to College Teaching in Counselor Education and Supervision

Credit hour change:
68392 School Counseling Practicum

LDES /Certificate & PhD / Program Revisions / Sonya Wisdom / Fall 2015

C605/818 Behavioral Intervention Specialist
This action revises the course requirements for the Post-Bachelors and Post-Master's Behavioral Intervention certificates to reflect current Behavior Analyst Certification Board requirements

SPED-PhD
This action revises course requirements for the PhD Special Education major to update the program to reflect current professional standards.

BIS Certificate Course revisions:
SPED 63032, 63033

PhD Course Revisions:
SPED 6/83201, 80001, 80002, 80003, 80005, 80092

Misc. SPED 6/73955 (remove ECED cross listing)

TLC/APPES / Establish Program / Stephen Mitchell / Fall 2015
This proposal is to establish a joint graduate degree program offered collaboratively by Kent State University and the University of Wollongong in New South Wales, Australia. It will culminate in a Masterof Education (MEd) degree in Advanced pedagogy in Physical Education and Sport (APPES). The program is 100% on line, and is aimed at practicing teachers and/or athletic coaches who are seeking further expertise in their field of study but who, for various reasons, might find the on line environment preferable to face to face instruction. (NOTE: faculty vitas have been removed from the proposal to save space, but are available upon request)

TLC/CI 65025 / Course Revision/ Kim Mitchell / Fall 2015
This proposal re-orients the course to provide a more international focus, in particular for those students rnrolling from overseas.

TLC/NDGD MCED / Establish Program / Steven Turner / Fall 2015
This proposal establishes a Non-Degree Graduate program which will qualify graduates to apply for additional licensure in Middle Childhood Education (Grades 4-9) by the State of Ohio. This program is not intended for initial licensure. There are other requirements students must meet in order to be recommended for licensure.

FLA / CULT PhD-MA-MED / Program Revisions / Natasha Levinson / Fall 2015
The purposed of this proposal is to revise the course requirements to reflect the addition of new courses and to clarify elective requirements. (NOTE: Course proposals were done via CurriUNET and are included in program package.)

FLA/CULT/Large-Scale Change to Courses / Natasha Levinson / Fall 2015
This large-scale revision will change schedule type and prerequisites for all graduate Cultural Foundations (CULT) courses that are currently classified as Lecture schedule types. Instead of "Lecture" all of these courses should be designated as "Seminar". In addition, "Special Approval" is being removed as prerequisites from these same courses (where applicable). All other prerequisites will remain the same.

FLA/C608-C813/ Revision / Susan Iverson / Fall 2015
This proposal aims to secure approval to offer a fully online option for the Certificate in College Teaching (C608/C813) and to change the name to Graduate Certificate in College Teaching. This certificate program currently exists as only face-to-face. This certificate was initially approved in 2005 and no changes are being proposed to the certificate requirements. (NOTE: faculty vitas have been removed from the proposal to save space, but are available upon request)

FLA/EVAL 6/78711 / Course Revision / Tricia Niesz / Fall 2015
The purpose of this proposal is to remove a prerequisite for this course, leaving only one prerequisite. The prerequisite we propose to remove is no longer necessary. This course is only offered every two years, so instructors have made the course accessible to our students who are earlier in their coursework so that they do not miss the opportunity to take it. As such, the prerequisite is no longer necessary. We also took the opportunity of this proposal to update the textbook, writing expectations, and instructor.

FLA/EVAL 6/78713 / Course Revision / Tricia Niesz / Fall 2015
The purpose of this proposal is to remove a prerequisite for this course, leaving only one prerequisite. The prerequisite we propose to remove is no longer necessary. This course is only offered every two ars, so instructors have made the course accessible to our students who are earlier in their coursework so that they do not miss the opportunity to take it. As such, the prerequisite is no longer necessary. We also updated the writing expectations, instructor, and textbook.

FLA/EVAL 6/78714 / Course Revision / Tricia Niesz / Fall 2015
The purpose of this proposal is to remove a prerequisite for this course, leaving only one prerequisite. The prerequisite we propose to remove is no longer necessary. This course is only offered every two years, so instructors have made the course accessible to our students who are earlier in their coursework so that they do not miss the opportunity to take it. As such, the prerequisite is no longer necessary. We also took the opportunity of this proposal to update the textbook, writing expectations, and instructor.