Agenda Item FA 10-02

Submitted by the Academic Programs Committee

(Foundations & Secondary Education, Leadership, Counseling, & Instructional Technology): New Courses, Courses Changes, & Programs of Study (11 items)

02/04/10: Passed

02/10/10: Approved

College of Education & Human Services

Undergraduate- Foundations and Secondary Education

 
09/10-212
APC 1
ARE 4XXX
Teaching Aesthetics, Criticism,
  and Art History in K-12
(3 crs)
Prerequisites:

None

Corequisites:
None
Course Description: 
The course is designed to provide pre-service art teachers with the knowledge, skills, and dispositions needed to design and teach Aesthetics, Art Criticism, and Art History in K-12 classrooms. Participants will review literature on teaching aesthetics, criticism, and art history in K-12 classrooms and develop skills in designing art learned experiences in the three disciplines in those settings. The course will require visits to local and regional art museums and galleries within reach of the participants' own residential locations. No new faculty or additional resources are required for this course.
 
09/10-213
APC 2
EDF 4327
Assessment of Learning and Behavior

Add the following prerequisites for EDF 4327 (Assessment of Learning and Behavior, 3 credit hours):
EDF 3945 (Field Lab I, 2 credit hours) Rationale for change: EDF 4327, Assessment of Learning and Behavior, requires that students have mastered competencies in planning and writing educational objectives. Those skills are part of the objectives of EDF 3945.

 
09/10-214
APC 3
 
BAE - Art Education Major
Summary of the Changes:
Remove ARH4800 (Aesthetics of Art, 3 credit hours) from the Art Education K-12 program of study and replace it with ARE4XXX (Teaching Aesthetics, Criticism, and Art History in K-12, 3 credit hours).Rationale for change: The Art Education program of study includes ARH 4800, Aesthetics of Art. However, the COAS Department of Art has recently discontinued ARH 4800 and no longer offers a course in the study of Aesthetics of Art. In consultation with the Department of Art, that department has indicated that it does not offer a course with parallel outcomes. To continue to meet state and national accreditation requirements (both NCATE and NAEA), ARE 4XXX has been designed to replace the discontinued course in the Art Education K-12 program of study. In addition to the study of teaching aesthetics, the course includes the study of effective teaching of art criticism and art history, thus strengthening the program in the light of evolving state and national standards for Art Education.Semester hours required for the program (64) remain unchanged.
(Click here to view the Program of study)
 
 
Graduate- Foundations and Secondary Education
 
09/10-215
APC 3
 
MED- Curriculum and Instruction Major
Professional Education Track
Summary of the Changes:
  Changes requested to the program are as follows:
  Remove EDF6442 (Assessment in the Curriculum, 3 semester hours) from the major               requirements
  portion of the program.
  Rationale for change: EDF6442 is being removed from the major requirements as this course   is designed for provisionally licensed teachers and therefore is better suited for Teacher             Certification Only students.
  Remove EME5403 (Technology in Education, 3 semester hours) and EME 6418 (Educational
  Multimedia, 3 semester hours) from the major requirements portion of the program.
  Rationale for change: EME5403, although assisting teachers in K-12 settings with the                 effective use of various technologies, is not entirely focused on the enhancement of content-     related instruction. The course being substituted for it, EME6050, (Enhancing Instruction with     Technology, 3 semester hours) has this exclusively instructional focus. EME 6418, an               advanced course with prerequisites, is specific to multimedia, and does not necessarily             address the needs of most students in the program.
  Remove MHS6407 (Personality/ Counseling Theory, 3 semester hours), EDG5935 (Seminar     Study of Education, 1 to 3 semester hours), and EDG6380 (Pre-service Teacher Supervision,   3 semester hours) from the major requirements portion of the program.
  Rationale for change: These courses are not presently being offered in the college, and their     presence in the program of studies is not consistent with the focus of this program.
  Add EME6050 (Enhancing Instruction with Technology, 3 semester hours) to the major               requirements portion of the program.
  Rationale for change: This course addresses the instructional focus needed for the program.
  Add EDG6407 (Managing Effective Learning Environments, 3 semester hours) which is a           newly created course.
  Rationale for change: There is a need for a classroom management course in the program,       as one of the major concerns of practitioners is managing classrooms effectively.
  Add FLE6555 (Special Methods: Foreign Languages, 3 semester hours) to the Special               Methods list in Major Requirements.
  Rationale for change: Foreign Languages are part of the secondary curriculum and foreign         language teachers seeking a master's degree need a special methods course in their                 area.The total semester hours (36) for the track remain unchanged.
(Click here to view the Program of study)
 
 
Graduate- Leadership, Counseling, and Instructional Technology
 
09/10-205
APC 1
SPM 6XXX
Sport Facility and Risk Management (3 crs)
Prerequisites:

SPM 5XXX: Foundations of Sport Management

Corequisites:
SPM 5XXX: Foundations of Sport Management
Course Description:
This course provides students a comprehensive knowledge base of sport facility and human resource management. Students will develop an understanding of proper facility planning, construction and utilization, risk management, event administration, house and grounds management, systems management, marketing, finance and personnel issues related to sport facility management. Contemporary issues in sport facility management will be examined as well as the growing responsibilities and risks assumed by those working in sport management. Case study analysis and sport facility visits will be important teaching methodologies for this course. No new faculty or additional resources are required for this course.
 
09/10-206
APC 1
SPM 6XXX
Marketing and Promotions in Sport (3 crs)
Prerequisites:

SPM 5XXX: Foundations of Sport Management

Corequisites:
SPM 5XXX: Foundations of Sport Management
Course Description:
This course provides students an in-depth examination of the sport marketing mix of product, price, place, promotion, and well as sport marketing strategy and sport marketing research. Students will engage in advanced work in sport marketing and consumer behavior to develop a more rich understanding of how sport organizations generate revenue though sport marketing strategy and research. Students will apply fundamental sport marketing concepts through clinical experiences in the sport industry. No new faculty or additional resources are required for this course.
 
09/10-207
APC 1
SPM 6XXX
Sport Governance and Compliance (3 crs)
Prerequisites:

SPM 5XXX: Foundations of Sport Management

Corequisites:
SPM 5XXX: Foundations of Sport Management
Course Description:
This course provides practical applications of governance principles to amateur and professional sport organizations operating at the community, state/provincial, national, and international levels. The course presents balanced view between accepted practice and what contemporary research evidence tells us about a range of governance principles and practices. The course will provide students an understanding of the mechanics of governance - the elements of structure, process and performance that ensure the governance function is carried out within sport organizations. There will be in-depth discussion of a number of contextual issues in sport governance, including dual leadership, ethics, governance change, and future governance challenges. No new faculty or additional resources are required for this course.
 
09/10-208
APC 1
SPM 6XXX
Ethics and Issues in Sport (3 crs)
Prerequisites:

SPM 5XXX: Foundations of Sport Management

Corequisites:
SPM 5XXX: Foundations of Sport Management
Course Description:
The purpose of this course is to promote critical evaluation of contemporary issues impacting the sport industry, as well as to encourage deeper thinking in regards to analyzing ethical concepts and applications associated with sport, and personal application. Through detailed examination of one's philosophy, clarifying values and refining personal, social, and ethical reasoning as associated with contemporary issues of interest, this course addresses matters within sport settings that may affect sport stakeholders and society.No new faculty or additional resources are required for this course.
 
09/10-209
APC 1
SPM 5XXX
Foundations of Sport Management (3 crs)
Prerequisites:

None

Corequisites:
None
Course Description:
This course provides students who do not have an undergraduate degree in sport management with an overview of sport management. Students will be exposed to the foundations of the following components of sport management: sociocultural aspects in sport, management and leadership in sport, marketing in sport management, ethics in sport management, communication in sport management, budget and finance in sport management, legal aspects of sport management, and economic aspects of sport management, and governance of sport. Students will gain an appreciation of the importance of field experiences in sport management. No new faculty or additional resources are required for this course.
 
09/10-210
APC 1
SPM 6XXX
Sport Finance (3 crs)
Prerequisites:

SPM 5XXX: Foundations of Sport Management

Corequisites:
SPM 5XXX: Foundations of Sport Management
Course Description:
This course provides the students information concerning financial matters and business issues relating to the sport industry. Of particular importance is acquiring an awareness and understanding of basic
financial responsibilities of sport administrators, managers, and coaches. The information presented should enable the student to develop a working vocabulary of significant financial terms along with
financial concepts and issues that have particular reference to sport, the management of sport programs, and the sport industry. No new faculty or additional resources are required for this course.
 
09/10-211
APC 3
 
MED - Educational Leadership Major
  Athletic Administration Track
Summary of the Changes:
The Department of Leadership, Counseling, and Instructional Technology would like to add a
  concentration in Athletic Administration to its existing MED degree in Educational Leadership. This concentration would complement the existing degree tracks by allowing those candidates interested in working in athletic administration at educational institutions the opportunity to develop the skill sets necessary to do so. This will be a 36-hours degree which will include 15 hours in existing educational leadership courses, 15 hours in new graduate level sport specific courses (APC 1s submitted and listed below), and 6 hours of COEHS college graduate core courses. We feel this concentration will fill a much-needed gap in the degree options available to students who wish to pursue careers in athletic administration.

  Sport Facility and Risk Management
  Marketing and Promotions in Sport
  Sport Governance and Compliance
  Ethics and Issues in Sport
  Sport Finance
  Foundations of Sport Management
(Click here to view the Program of study)