Graduate Curriculum Committee Minutes
February 3, 2004
Members Present: Barbara Eide, Thomas Kuffel, Carol Angell, Bill Schwan, Brad Seebach, Dayr Reis, Bob Krajewski, Jeff Steffen, Jonathan Majak
Members Absent: Milt Dehn (exc), Joel Elgin (exc.)
Consultants: Dean Stroud, Charles Martin-Stanley, Diane Schumacher, Bruce May, John Jax
Guests: Kent Koppelman, Paul Plinske, Brian Udermann
1. First Readings:
Proposal #3: ESS 755, Practical Experience in Sport Administration, 1-3 cr., new course
ESS 755 Practical Experience in Sport Administration 1-3 credits.
“This course will provide the student with hands-on, work-related management experience prior to the ESS 788 Internship in Sport Administration. The student will be required to do 65 hours of work per credit in an area of sport or physical activity that is deemed relevant by the program director. Experiences can include, but are not limited to, games and event management, personnel management, marketing and promotions, budget maintenance and fund management, personnel management, marketing and promotions, budget maintenance and fund raising. This experience will be done under the direct supervision of university personnel or a practitioner in the field. Prerequisite: Nine credits with a 3.0 cum. GPA in sport administration program. Repeatable for credit—max 6.”
ESS-Sport Administration program, electives, effective fall 2004
Change the Category C—Electives portion for non-thesis option students:
“Elective credits must be related to the field of sport administration or teaching. All electives must be approved by the program director or adviser prior to course enrollment.
Up to three credits of ESS 560, Clinical Forum or ESS 755, Practical Experience in Sport Administration. Will count toward this option. Course is repeatable with a maximum six (6) credits. Maximum of three (3) credits will count toward the degree.”
This course is designed for students who lack practical experience in particular areas. Some members of the committee were concerned about double-dipping and conflict of interest between grad assistantship work and this course, and about criteria for approving project and evaluation/supervision of course.
M/S/P to revise the description to say “…direct supervision of university personnel or a practitioner in the field.” Committee asked for further revision of description.
This was a first reading. There will be a second reading.
Proposal #4: Athletic Training Education Concentration, credits, title, required courses, effective fall 2004 retroactive to all catalogs
Athletic Training Education Concentration
1. Successfully passed or be eligible to take the NATABOC examination or
2. Possess a NATABOC equivalent athletic training credential.
Concentration requirements: credits
ESS 732 Advanced Athletic Activity Injury Management 3
ESS 733 Advanced Athletic Training Teaching 3
ESS 734 Effective Instruction in Athletic Training 3
ESS 740 Reading/Writing in Athletic Training 3
Total Credits 12
Note: In order to have this concentration listed on a student’s transcript, the student must be certified through the national Athletic Trainer’s Association Board of Certification (NATABOC), or possess a NATABOC equivalent athletic training credential.
Delete following courses
ESS 730, Athletic Activity Injury/Illness Evaluation,
ESS 731, Rehabilitation of Athletic Musculoskeletal Injuries
ESS 773, Physical Education in Higher Education
ESS 732, Advanced Athletic Activity Injury Management, revise description and prereqs
This course provides students with clinically applicable knowledge and skills in the assessment and treatment of medical pathologies relative to athletic activity in a healthcare facility setting. Rotations will be completed in primary care, orthopedics, physical medicine, or emergency medicine. Prerequisite: Open to students certified by the NATABOC (or eligible), or who possess an equivalent athletic training credential. Offered spring semester.
ESS 733 Advanced Athletic Training Teaching
revise title, description, prereqs, grading patterns, outline and objectives
This course provides the student with experiences relevant to athletic training education. Students will work directly with athletic training faculty to plan courses, develop syllabi, plan and deliver selected course content, and evaluate students in UW-L’s undergraduate athletic training program. Prerequisite: ESS 734; Open to students certified by the NATABOC (or eligible), or who possess an equivalent athletic training credential. Offered spring semester.
ESS 734 Effective Instruction in Athletic Training, 3 cr., New course, effective fall 2004
This course is designed to expose students to a wide variety of teaching methodologies that can be incorporated into athletic training courses. Additionally, relevant topics pertaining to both didactic and clinical education (e.g., standards for appropriate student supervision) in the area of athletic training will be covered. Prerequisite: Open to students certified by the NATABOC (or eligible), or who possess an equivalent athletic training credential. Offered fall semester.
ESS 740 Reading/Writing in Athletic Training, 3 cr., New course, effective fall 2004
A survey and analysis of current and classical literature pertaining to the area of athletic training. Readings will include both assigned and student selected materials for the purpose of student presentation to and discussion with the assigned instructor. The class also includes a comprehensive writing assignment, which will culminate in the submission of a manuscript to be reviewed for publication in a scientific journal. Open to students certified by the NATABOC (or eligible), or who possess an equivalent athletic training credential. Offered fall semester.
The concentration will be focused on teaching athletic trainers, not becoming a “master” athletic trainer. There will be very few (perhaps 1) students who will be in the old program. Faculty willing to work with that student to substitute courses in order not to disadvantage student(s). It reduces the concentration from 16 to 12 credits, with courses being offered less frequently. It will be a two- year concentration.
This was a first reading. There will be a second reading.
2 Second Reading:
Special Education Masters Degree, effective smr 2004 for new students
Change prerequisites and objectives for:
SPE 416/516 Introduction to Cross-categorical Special Education Characteristics, 3 cr.
SPE 424/524 Classroom Management and Positive Behavior Practices, 3 cr.
SPE 431/531 Language Development and Disorders, 3 cr.
SPE 440/540 Collaboration and Transition: From School to Community, 3 cr.
SPE 452/552 Individual Educational Assessment, 3 cr.
Change prerequisites, objectives, and outline for:
SPE 429/529, Inclusive Strategies for the classroom, 3 cr.
Change description, objectives and outline for:
SPE 446/546, Methods in Cross-categorical special Education-Middle Childhood/Early Adolescence, 3 cr.
SPE 447/547, Methods in Cross-categorical Special Education-Early Adolescence/Adolescence, 3 cr.
M/S/P to approve proposal as recorded in 12/2/03 minutes.
3. M/S/P to approve minutes of December 2, 2003
4. Old Business: None
5. New Business:
Patricia Wilder resigned from the committee. Bill Schwan will be the new chair by consensus.
Meeting adjourned at 4:25 p.m. Next meeting: Tuesday, February 17, room 325 GMH.
Diane L. Schumacher