Undergraduate Curriculum Committee Minutes

 October 12, 2004

 

Members Present:                Mandy Anderson, Beth Cherne, Chris Frye, Ron Glass, Kenny Hunt, Terry Kelly, (chair) Paul Miller, Jeff Baggett, Joseph Kastantin, Ryan Vanloo (student association)

 

Members Absent:                                none

                                               

Consultants:                         Carla Burkhardt, Chris Bakkum, Amelia Dittman, Diane Schumacher, Emily Johnson

 

Guests:                                   Jeri Anibas

 

1.        Approval of the September 28, 2004 minutes

2.        First Readings: Proposal # 7, College of Business Administration Core, change-required courses.  Replace the requirement C-S 101 or 120 with C-S 103 and 104 in the Pre-Business Courses, and in the suggested coursework for Freshman Year.

 

M/S/P to waive second reading and approve proposal

 

  3.    Consent agenda:

          BUS 230, Business and Economics Research and Communication, 3 cr., change prerequisites from C-S 101 and MTH 145 to C-S 101 or C-S 103 and 104; MTH 145

          ECO 307, Introduction to Econometrics, Forecasting, and Time Series, 3 cr., change prerequisites from C-S 101 and MTH 145 to C-S 101 or C-S 103 and 104; MTH 145. 

          I-S 220, Information Systems for Business Management, 3 cr., change prerequisites from C-S 101 or 120 to C-S 103 and 104. 

MGT 395, Management Science I, 3cr., change prerequisites from C-S 101 or 120, MTH 145 and 175, and MGT 393 to C-S 103,104; MTH 145,175; MGT 393  

 

M/S/P to waive the second reading and approve proposal

 

4.        Old business: Going forward, how do we handle interdisciplinary courses?

Discussion focused on 1) who should be responsible for dealing with oversights such as funding, staffing, student concerns? 2) Should we have a unit that oversees these courses?  3) Should we have a separate college for these courses?

 

      5.       New business:  None         

 

Meeting adjourned at 4:20 p.m. The next UCC meeting is set for October 26, 2004.

               

Diane Schumacher

UCC Secretary

 

       Dean-approved General Education student appeal:

       CLS:  PSY Statistics taken at UW Milwaukee for MTH 145.