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Curriculum committee report or proposals
Curriculum Committee Report or Proposals

  • Overview of Report on Proposals

    • Presentation of general objectives and goals

    • Presentation of Proposals

      • 2-Year Plan

      • 3-Year Plan

      • 4-Year Plan

    • Discussion

    • Vote to rank proposals


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Curriculum Committee Report or Proposals

  • Presentation of general objectives and goals

  • Chart clarity in the Major

    • Students

    • Administrators

    • Donors

  • Service to students

    • Truth in advertising

    • Skill-building

    • Creative development via pathways suiting desired objectives

  • Faculty

    • Working with what we have – not with what we wish we had

    • Reduce strain on resources (faculty time and equipment)


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Curriculum Committee Report or Proposals

  • Presentation of Proposals

    • All proposals

      • Working assumption – that CINE310 will be revised:

        • Taught/Supervised by one Full Time Faculty

        • Maintain the 316 Sections

        • Move towards “story-telling” or forms of “expression” as opposed to teaching a specific medium


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Curriculum Committee Report or Proposals

  • Presentation of Proposals

    • All proposals

      • Working assumption – that CINE310 will be revised (continued):

        • Net result as many as 8 more advanced production courses could be taught per year

        • more individual contact with students

        • Open up greater possibilities for course offerings

        • Skill-building (one of our goals)

        • Creative development via pathways


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Curriculum Committee Report or Proposals

  • Presentation of Proposals

    • All proposals

      • Models based on NO lecturers or FERP

      • Install Emphases for clarity (NAMES are a bit of sticking point)

        • Cinematic Practices (aka “production”)

        • Animation

        • Screenwriting

        • Media Cultures (aka “studies”)


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Curriculum Committee Report or Proposals

  • Presentation of Proposals

    • 2-Year Plan

      • Gateway course online (and/or turn the Exemption Exam into a One Unit course CR/NC)?

        • Transfer students from other institutions can:

          • Take the Online Course prior to coming

          • Take the One Unit Exemption Course?

      • Core Classes (aka Foundation Courses) remain in place

        • Add CINE310 as a Foundation course


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Curriculum Committee Report or Proposals

  • Presentation of Proposals

    • 2-Year Plan (continued)

      • Accommodate approximately 300 students

        • 150 Senior-level and 150 Junior-level

        • Cinematic Practices (actually could accommodate 165 students = 11 classes with an enrollment of 15)




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Curriculum Committee Report or Proposals

  • Presentation of Proposals

    • 3-Year Plan

      • Beginning, intermediate, advanced

      • Gateway course online (and/or turn the Exemption Exam into a One Unit course CR/NC)?

      • Core Classes (aka Foundation Courses) remain in place

        • Add CINE310 as a Foundation course


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Curriculum Committee Report or Proposals

  • Presentation of Proposals

    • 3-Year Plan (continued)

      • Accommodate approximately 450 students

        • 150 Senior-level

        • 150 Junior-level

        • 150 Sophomore

      • Cinematic Practices emphasis

        • 2 classes Senior level

        • 2 classes Junior level




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Curriculum Committee Report or Proposals

  • Presentation of Proposals

    • 4-Year Plan

      • Avoid “gates”

      • Require core set of classes

      • Do away with pre-major - all declared students are majors.

      • Accommodating between 600-750 majors

        • Approx. 150-188 students per cohort




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Curriculum Committee Report or Proposals

  • DISCUSSION

    • Do these proposals address:

      • Resource management issues?

      • Serve the students?

      • Answer existential questions – who are we as a department?

      • Clarity of the program?

    • Names

      • Production: Filmmaking, Cinematic Arts, Cinematic Practices

      • Studies: Media Cultures, Media and Culture, Film Cultures


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Curriculum Committee Report or Proposals

  • VOTE

    • Please rank proposals

    • Send additional comments to anyone on the committee

      • Aaron

      • Jennifer

      • Scott

      • Weimin


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