Agenda Item FA 13-42

Submitted by the Academic Programs Committee

College of Arts and Sciences (Undergraduate)

(Art & Design, Sociology & Anthropology): New Course & Terminate Program of Study (4 packages)

11/07/13: Passed

11/17/13: Approved

Log Number: 201308-0

Art and Design - Undergraduate 
 

Terminate a degree-major-concentration of an existing program
Bachelor of Arts - Art Major Ceramics Concentration

Summary of the Changes:
Currently the Department of Art and Design offers a BA in Ceramics and a BFA in Ceramics. A significantly under-enrolled degree, the BA in Ceramics is considered obsolete. The BA has been replaced by the BFA in Ceramics, which reflects current academic standards in the field.
(Click here
for the program of study) 

Log Number: 201308-1

Art and Design - Undergraduate 

 

 Terminate a degree-major-concentration of an existing program                       
Bachelor of Arts - Art Major Painting, Drawing, Printmaking Concentration

Summary of the Changes:
Currently the Department of Art and Design offers a BA in Painting, Drawing, and Printmaking and a BFA in Painting, Drawing, and Printmaking. A significantly under-enrolled degree, the BA in Painting, Drawing, and Printmaking is considered obsolete. The BA has been replaced by the BFA in Painting, Drawing, and Printmaking, which reflects current academic standards in the field. 
(Click here
for the program of study) 

Log Number: 201308-2

Art and Design - Undergraduate

 

  Terminate a degree-major-concentration of an existing program                       
Bachelor of Arts - Art Major Sculpture Concentration

Summary of the Changes:
Currently the Department of Art and Design offers a BA in Sculpture and a BFA in Sculpture. A significantly under-enrolled degree, the BA in Sculpture is considered obsolete. The BA has been replaced by the BFA in Sculpture, which reflects current academic standards in the field.(Click here for the program of study) 

Log Number: 201305-2

Sociology and Anthropology - Undergraduate

 

Add a new course

Social Work Practice with Groups
(3 crs)

SOW

Senior (4xxx)

323

Prerequisites:   
None
Co-requisites:   
None

Course Description:
This course focuses on the development of generalist practice skills for use in various group settings. Students will learn practice skills that contribute to group effectiveness in psycho-educational, socialization or support groups. These include group composition, structure, dynamics, goal setting, and evaluation. The course also examines the empirical bases for theories and models for generalist group practice.