Agenda Item FA 10-16

Submitted by the Academic Programs Committee

Undergraduate (Chemistry, History, Music, Physics, Sociology & Anthropology): New Courses and Courses Changes (24 items)

06/03/10: Passed

09/09/10: Approved

College of Arts and Sciences (Undergraduate)

Undergraduate- Chemistry

 

09/10-286
APC 2
CHM 2045

General Chemistry I

This request is for a change in prerequisite for CHM 2045, General Chemistry I. Part of its prerequisite is being changed from CHM 1025C (Introduction to Chemistry, 3 credits) to CHM1025 (Introduction to Chemistry, 2 credits) and CHM 1025L (Introduction to Chemistry Laboratory, 1 credit), because CHM 1025C has been terminated and replaced by CHM 1025 and CHM 1025L. The prerequisite of MAC 1105 (College Algebra) should remain in place. This does not change the total credit hours for the B.S. in Chemistry.
 
09/10-287
APC 2
CHM 4931

Senior Seminar in Chemistry

This request is for a change in prerequisite for CHM 4931 Senior Seminar in Chemistry. Its prerequisite is being changed from "Senior chemistry major or permission of department" to CHM4410C (Physical Chemistry I, 4 credits) because the current prerequisite is not successfully excluding freshmen from enrolling, and because a course prerequisite is easier to enforce. This does not change the total credit hours for the B.S. in Chemistry.
 
09/10-288
APC 2
CHM 2211L

Organic Chemistry II Lab

This request is for the addition of a prerequisite for CHM 2211L, Organic Chemistry II Laboratory. Currently it has no prerequisite, only a co-requisite of CHM 2211 Organic Chemistry II. The prerequisite being added is exactly the same as that for CHM 2211: CHM 2210 (Organic Chemistry I, 3 credits) and CHM 2210L (Organic Chemistry I Laboratory, 1 credit). This does not change the total credit hours for the B.S. in Chemistry.
 
09/10-289
APC 2
CHM 2210L

Organic Chemistry I Laboratory

This request is for the addition of a prerequisite for CHM 2210L, Organic Chemistry I Laboratory. Currently it has no prerequisite, only a co-requisite of CHM 2210 Organic Chemistry I. The prerequisite being added is exactly the same as that for CHM 2210: CHM 2046 (General Chemistry II, 3 credits) and CHM 2046L (General Chemistry II Laboratory, 1 credit). This does not change the total credit hours for the B.S. in Chemistry.
 
09/10-290
APC 2
CHM 2210

Organic Chemistry I

This request is for a change in prerequisite for CHM 2210, Organic Chemistry I. Its prerequisite is being changed from CHM 2046C (General Chemistry II, 4 credits) to CHM2046 (General Chemistry II, 3 credits) and CHM 2046L (General Chemistry II Laboratory, 1 credit), because CHM 2046C has been terminated and replaced by CHM 2046 and CHM 2046L. This does not change the total credit hours for the B.S. in Chemistry.
 
09/10-291
APC 2
CHM 2046L

General Chemistry II Lab

This request is for a change in prerequisite for CHM 2046L, General Chemistry II Laboratory. Its prerequisite is being changed from CHM 2045C (General Chemistry I, 4 credits) to CHM2045 (General Chemistry I, 3 credits) and CHM 2045L (General Chemistry I Laboratory, 1 credit), because CHM 2045C has been terminated and replaced by CHM 2045 and CHM 2045L. This does not change the total credit hours for the B.S. in Chemistry.
 
09/10-292
APC 2
CHM 2046

General Chemistry II

This request is for a change in prerequisite for CHM 2046, General Chemistry II. Its prerequisite is being changed from CHM 2045C (General Chemistry I, 4 credits) to CHM2045 (General Chemistry I, 3 credits) and CHM 2045L (General Chemistry I Laboratory, 1 credit), because CHM 2045C has been terminated and replaced by CHM 2045 and CHM 2045L. This does not change the total credit hours for the B.S. in Chemistry.
 
09/10-293
APC 2
CHM 2045L

General Chemistry I Laboratory

This request is for a change in prerequisite for CHM 2045L, General Chemistry I Laboratory. Part of its prerequisite is being changed from CHM 1025C (Introduction to Chemistry, 3 credits) to CHM1025 (Introduction to Chemistry, 2 credits) and CHM 1025L (Introduction to Chemistry Laboratory, 1 credit), because CHM 1025C has been terminated and replaced by CHM 1025 and CHM 1025L. The prerequisite of MAC 1105 (College Algebra) should remain in place. This does not change the total credit hours for the B.S. in Chemistry.
 
 
Undergraduate - History
 
09/10-324
APC 1
WOH 1XXX
World History I (3 crs)
Prerequisites:
None
Co-requisites:
None
Course Description:
This course will provide a survey of world history from earliest human prehistory to the later middle ages. It will introduce students to the major civilizations and societies of Europe, Asia, Africa and the Americas. It will trace key developments in political organization, religion, culture and society in the different regions of the world, and will compare those developments in order to provide insight into the fundamental dynamics of human history. The course will also explore the interactions between the different regions, in order to assess the role of intercultural contacts in promoting change in human societies.
 
09/10-325
APC 1
WOH 1XXX
World History II (3 crs)
Prerequisites:
None
Co-requisites:
None
Course Description:
This course will provide a survey of world history from the later middle ages to the present. It will introduce students to the major civilizations and societies of Europe, Asia, Africa and the Americas. It will trace key developments in political organization, religion, culture and society in the different regions of the world, and will compare those developments in order to provide insight into the fundamental dynamics of human history. The course will also explore the interactions between the different regions, in order to assess the role of intercultural contacts in promoting change in human societies.
 
 

From: Jones, Marnie
Sent: Thursday, May 13, 2010 12:15 PM
To: Brayton, Shawn
Cc: Lai-Chin, Fong Chuen; Clifford, Dale; Kaplan, Philip; Turner, Bruce

Subject: World History

 

The General Education Council has approved changing the Humanities requirement from "choose either EUH 1000 Freshman Core I or EUH 1001 Freshman Core II" to WOH 1xxx yyyyy or WOH 1xxx zzzzzz (note: where yyyyy and zzzzz provide course titles from the APC-1s submitted.) To ensure a simple transition, this change may be applied retroactively to other general education catalogs in Banner.


  Marnie Jones, Ph.D
  Associate Dean, College of Arts and Sciences
  Professor of English
  Chair, General Education
  [904] 620-1276

 
 
Undergraduate - Music
 
09/10-261
APC 2
MUH 2501

World Music

The purpose of this request is to apply the course 'World Music' (3 credit hours) toward General Education credit for music majors. The course 'World Music' (MUH 2501) has been approved by the General Education Council to be applied toward Cultural Diversity credit (Social Sciences B) for students designated as music majors. An overage in credit hours in the music degrees at UNF was created by a mandate from the National Association of Schools of Music (NASM) to add the course 'World Music' to all degree tracks. Supporting documentation from the General Education Council has been provided. This course is restricted to music majors only.
 
09/10-269
APC 1
MUE 4XXX
Internship in Music Education (12 crs)
Prerequisites:
Completion of requirements prescribed in the COEHS Internship Handbook and consent of Music Education advisor.
Co-requisites:
None
Course Description:
This course is designed as a culminating experience in the student's major field which allows the student an opportunity to practice skills under careful observation and cooperation with a master teacher. Internship is allowable only in the major area of concentration. This course is eligible to music education majors only upon completion of requirements prescribed in the COEHS Internship Handbook.
 
09/10-271
APC 2
MUE 4311

  Music Education in the Elementary School

Remove two of the listed prerequisites from the UNF Undergraduate Catalog description for the course MUE 4311 'Music Education in the Elementary School' as follows:
1. Remove the course EDG 3323 'The Learning Process' as a prerequisite in the course     description for MUE 4311, as it is no longer in the program of study for the Bachelor of Music     Education (BME) degree.
2. Remove the course EDG 4327 'The Assessment of Learning and Behavior' from the course     description for MUE 4311 as the course is now taken by BME students in a subsequent     semester after MUE 4311.
3. Change the course description to create complete sentences and remove the prerequisite     text.
These changes will correct advising inaccuracies and registration issues for BME students.
New Course Description:
This course is designed to acquaint students with a balanced knowledge of general music curriculum. Emphasis is placed on understanding and planning a developmental sequence of musical experiences to assure the sound musical growth of students in grades K-6. This course is offered in the spring term in even numbered years.
 
09/10-272
APC 1
MVJ 1XXX
Applied Jazz Bass 1 (2 crs)
Prerequisites:
Consent of Instructor and admission to music department
Co-requisites:
None
Course Description:
This course teaches the first level in the sequence of jazz bass performance. For this course emphasis is placed on basic functionality of the instrument. This includes a thorough tutorial of scales, modes, and arpeggios, along with basic technical instruction on the instrument itself. The skills developed in this course are then expanded upon and enhanced in subsequent levels of this course. This course is repeatable one time for a total of four credit hours. Students must be admitted into the Department of Music or receive instructor consent to register for this course.
 
09/10-273
APC 1
MVJ 2XXX
Applied Jazz Bass 2 (2 crs)
Prerequisites:

Successful completion of two semesters of Applied Jazz
Bass 1 (MVJ 1xxx) or instructor consent

Co-requisites:
None
Course Description:
This course teaches the second level of jazz bass performance. For this course emphasis is placed on the function of the bass in an ensemble environment. This includes instruction on 'walking' bass lines and sight-reading. Influential bass players including Ray Brown, Paul Chambers, and Ron Carter are studied and analyzed. The skills developed in this course are then expanded upon and enhanced in subsequent levels of this course. This course is repeatable one time for a total of four credit hours. Students must successfully complete two semesters of Applied Jazz Bass 1 or receive instructor consent to register for this course.
 
09/10-274
APC 1
MVJ 3XXX
Applied Jazz Bass 3 (2 crs)
Prerequisites:

Successful completion of two semesters of Applied Jazz
Bass 2 (MVJ 2xxx) or instructor consent.��

Co-requisites:
None
Course Description:
This course teaches the third level of jazz bass performance. For this course emphasis is placed on the solo potential of the bass. The great bass soloists throughout jazz history are studied and analyzed, including Jimmy Blanton, Scott LaFaro, and Eddie Gomez. The skills developed in this course are then expanded upon and enhanced in subsequent levels of this class. This course is repeatable one time for a total of four credit hours. Students must successfully complete two semesters of Applied Jazz Bass 2 or receive instructor consent to register for this course.
 
09/10-275
APC 1
MVJ 4XXX
Applied Jazz Bass 4 (2 crs)
Prerequisites:

Successful completion of two semesters of Applied Jazz
Bass 3 (MVJ 3xxx) or instructor consent�����������

Co-requisites:
None
Course Description:
This course teaches the fourth and final level of jazz bass performance. For this course, advanced concepts for the bass are introduced, including the revolutionary teachings of Jaco Pastorius and Victor Wooten. Also, the compositions of advanced jazz composers such as Herbie Hancock and Wayne Shorter are studied and analyzed. This allows the student to experience a broad palette of styles and content designed to enhance the creative process. This course is repeatable three times for a total of eight credit hours. Students must successfully complete two semesters of Applied Jazz Bass 3 or receive instructor consent to register for this course.
 
09/10-277
APC 2
MUN 2140

UNF Wind Ensemble

We are requesting that the name of the course "UNF Wind Ensemble" be changed to "Wind Symphony" in order to more accurately reflect the instrumentation of this ensemble course in the Department of Music. Since this course involves students performing symphonic literature, the new course title will more accurately represent the literature and instrumentation of this ensemble. This course is open to music majors as well as non-majors and participation is based on audition.
 
09/10-278
APC 2
MUN 3143

UNF Wind Ensemble

We are requesting that the name of the course "UNF Wind Ensemble" be changed to "Wind Symphony" in order to more accurately reflect the instrumentation of this ensemble course in the Department of Music. Since this course involves students performing symphonic literature, the new course title will more accurately represent the literature and instrumentation of this ensemble. This course is open to music majors as well as non-majors and participation is based on audition.
 
 
Undergraduate - Physics
 
09/10-282
APC 1
PHY 4969
Directed Independent Study -
Honors in Physics Research (v. 3-6 crs)
Prerequisites:
Permission of the instructor
Co-requisites:
None
Course Description:
This course is for students who wish to conduct independent research in physics with a faculty mentor. This course must be completed before the student writes an Honors Thesis. The course may be repeated one time for up to 6 credits.
 
09/10-283
APC 1
PHY 4970
Directed Independent Study -
  Honors in Physics Thesis
(v. 3-12 crs)
Prerequisites:
Permission of the instructor and PHY 4969 DIS-Honors in Physics Research
Co-requisites:
None
Course Description:
This course is for students who wish to conduct independent research in physics with a faculty mentor. This course must be completed with an Honors Thesis and culminates in graduating with the designation of Honors in Physics. The course may be repeated for up to 12 credits.
 
 
Undergraduate - Sociology and Anthropology
 
09/10-310
APC 1
SYA 4XXX
Honors Project in Sociology (v. 3-6 crs)
Prerequisites:
Admission into Honors in the Major in Sociology
and permission of the instructor
Co-requisites:
None
Course Description:
This course is for students who are enrolled in Honors in the Major in Sociology and wish to conduct an independent project in sociology with a faculty mentor. In consultation with their faculty mentor, students will select the content of the project which may take a variety of forms, such as an empirical research project or a community-based project. This course leads to completing an Honors Project and fulfills part of the requirement for graduating with the designation of Honors in Sociology. Course can be repeated once up to a maximum of 6 credit hours.
 
09/10-313
APC 1
ANT 4XXX
Honors Thesis in Anthropology (v. 3-6 crs)
Prerequisites:
Acceptance to the Honors in the Major in Anthropology
and permission of instructor.
Co-requisites:
None
Course Description:
This course provides Anthropology Honors students with the opportunity to work with one or more Anthropology faculty on an advanced thesis/research project. This course leads to completing an Honors Thesis and fulfills part of the requirements for graduating with the designation of Honors in Anthropology. Course can be repeated once up to a maximum of 6 credit hours.
 
09/10-315
APC 2
SYA 4010

Sociological Theory

We are adding SYG 2013 Sex, Race, Class as an alternate prerequisite for SYA 4010 Sociological Theory. The faculty feel that this course provides equivalent background to SYG2000 Introduction to Sociology (the current prerequisite) for students to successfully complete SYA 4010 Sociological Theory.