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Semester Conversion Guidelines. Fall and Spring semester – 15 week January intercession – 3 week Summer session – 10 week Bachelor’s Degree 121 credits Master’s Degree 30 – 36 credits 5 x 3 model Normal load 15 – 16 credits. Semester Conversion Guidelines.

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Semester conversion guidelines
Semester Conversion Guidelines

  • Fall and Spring semester – 15 week

  • January intercession – 3 week

  • Summer session – 10 week

  • Bachelor’s Degree 121 credits

  • Master’s Degree 30 – 36 credits

  • 5 x 3 model

  • Normal load 15 – 16 credits


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Semester Conversion Guidelines

  • Program rigor and quality are to be preserved.

  • Students can finish Bachelor’s Degree in four years (minus co-op).

  • All students can complete a minor.

  • Full time status is 12 credits for undergrad and grad.


Key changes to the bs program
Key Changes to the BS Program

  • Materials and containers each run a full year

  • Distribution and dynamics expand to a one year sequence

  • Food packaging required

  • New courses in advanced package development and supply chain

  • Two semesters of co-op


Changes to support courses
Changes to Support Courses

  • More math – calculus and statistics each expand to one year

  • Physics expands to one year

  • Slight increase in chemistry


Packaging professional electives
Packaging Professional Electives

  • Packaging Machinery

  • Process Control

  • Packaging Sustainability and the Environment

  • Import/Export Packaging

  • Package Printing – School of Printing

  • Characterization and Evaluation of Polymers


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Packaging Professional Electives

  • Pharmaceutical and Medical Packaging

  • Packaging Materials - Minor

  • Packaging Containers - Minor



Iopp student chapter
IoPP Student Chapter

  • Dr.Carlos Diaz



Adjunct faculty
Adjunct Faculty

Don Appleton

Duane Beck

Chris Donnelly

Scott Evans

Sharon Kemp

Bethany Marconi

John Siy

Lisa Talty


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Adjunct Faculty

Alison Tyler

Bill Wynkoop


Packaging science b s
Packaging Science B.S.

Fall 2011 headcount – 151

Fall 2012 headcount – 174

Increase of 15%

Packaging Minor - 40


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Packaging Science B.S.

  • Diversity – AALANA population 12.8%


Research scholarship
Research/Scholarship

  • Dangerous Goods Packaging

  • Biocushion Performance Curves

  • International Working Group on Vibration Analysis


New university program goals
New University Program Goals

International Opportunities

Study Abroad

Wuhan University (China)

Jinan University (China)

Victoria University (Australia)

Kasetsart University (Thailand)

ACMT (Croatia)

New Zealand


International
International

IAPRI Board Member – Vice President

IAPRI Symposium – Helsinki Finland June 2013

Major proposal for the internationalization of Packaging Science and CAST


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New University Program Goals

INTERNATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES

  • Internship - BAM (Germany)

    Zack Loughery – six months

  • Congress – Bundestag Youth Exchange

    Jennifer Smith – one semester

  • University of Monterrey – Mexico

    Ten students – RIT workshop