Campus Curricula Committee Report January 19, 2012. The Campus Curricula Committee report includes : 7 Degree Change (DC) forms DC0401 – Minor curriculum change for Biological Sciences BS DC0402 – Minor curriculum change for Nuclear Engineering BS
An EC form must be submitted before an experimental course is to be offered. EC forms approved SP2009 or later allow the course to be offered twice at any time during the following three year period. After an experimental course has been offered twice, a CC form may be submitted to request a permanent course number. A new course that is required as part of a degree program, minor, or graduate certificate may be submitted on a CC form to receive a permanent course number. Co-listed offerings should be submitted on one form, originating from the primary discipline.
New courses must be offered first experimentally by submitting an EC form, unless they are required as part of a degree program, minor, or graduate certificate, in which case they may skip the experimental phase. An approved EC form allows the experimental course to be offered anytime during the following five year period. Once the fourth week enrollment of an experimental course has met the minimum enrollment values as listed in the January 1, 2008 revision of S&T’s Office of the Chancellor’s Memorandum No. II-30 (five for a 400-level course, ten for a 300-level course, and fifteen for a 200 or lower level course – with exceptions permitted when justified per condition 6 or 7 of said memorandum), a CC form may be submitted during the following three year period to make the course permanent. A new course which is co-listed should be submitted on one EC form, originating from the primary discipline.
The Campus Curricula Committee moves for the approval of replacing the current EC process with the proposed EC process.