GRADUATE CURRICULUM COMMITTEE MINUTES

October 3, 2006

 

 

Members Present: Reineke, Wright, Hunt, Fater, Seebach, Greiner, Ali

Members Absent:                Angell (exc.), Kuffel (exc.)                

Consultants Present: Bakkum, Dittman, Von Ruden for Schumacher                                        

Guests: Gilmore, Duquette                                 

 

1.             M/S/P to approve minutes as corrected from September 19, 2006 meeting.

 

2. Second Readings: None

 

3. First Readings:

Proposal #1.        

                CHE 780, Change title, number (was 598), description, prereq, credits, effective spring 2007

                Graduate Community Health Education Preceptorship 2-8 credits

                Professional experience for graduate students in a variety of community health education and public health

                settings interacting with diverse populations for a semester or summer session. The candidate works under

                faculty supervision with a professional in health education and/or health promotion who serves as a mentor.

                Distinct health educator areas of responsibility are addressed. Repeatable for credit max. 8 Prerequisite: HED,

                701, 703.

 

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

 

Proposal #2.

                Master of Public Health, change credits and electives, effective fall 2006

                HED 701, 703, 706, P-H 707, 717, 720, 755, CHE 780, P-H 790

 

                Option A-Thesis: 44 total credits —HED 799, 4 credits, electives, 5 credits

                Option B-Graduate Project: 45 total credits—HED 798, 3 credits, electives, 7 credits

 

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

 

Proposal #3.

                Master of Science in Community Health Education, change credits and electives, effective fall 2006

                Non-thesis option—43 credits

                HED 703, 706, 798, CHE 780-8 cr.      

                Core areas (6 credits from each of 3 areas, total of 18 credits)

A.      Administration and Program Development – CHE 566, HED 577,720, 790, ESS 780

B.       Health Education Processes and Concepts—HED 567, 701, 755, 770, SHE 560

C.       Health Content and skills—CHE 541, 553, 565, HED 509, 539, 569, 572, 573, 574, 586, 707

Electives, 4 credits

 

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

 

4. Old Business: None

 

5. New Business: None

 

Meeting adjourned at 3:45 p.m.