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New Courses, Course Changes, & Program of Study (9 packages)
Change an existing course
Lying and Deception
Change COM 3044-Lying and Deception from a 3000 level to a 4000 level. The change is being requested because the course is already being taught at a level of rigor that meets the 4000 level.
Psychology - Undergraduate
Change a degree-major-concentration of an existing programBachelor of Science – Psychology Major - Child Psychology ConcentrationSummary of the Changes:
The faculty in the department of psychology are recommending removal of the minor requirement from the B.S. Child Psychology Concentration of the Psychology major requirements. The faculty have noted that the requirement of a minor in a "STEM" area is deemed problematic for several reasons. First, a number of these minors are often not feasible for students to complete. It is also anticipated by advising and the administration that there will likely be a decline in the number of students pursuing a B.S. degree which, from anecdotal evidence from advising, is already being realized. This is especially troubling given the exceptional training provided by the B.S. degree making students better prepared to enter the job market. Finally, it was noted that no other SUS have such restrictive requirements within their program of study for the B.S. in psychology. No credit hour requirements will change as a results of the removal of the minor (i.e., these credits will turn to free electives).
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School of Music – Undergraduate
Add a new course
Theater Techniques for Singers (1 cr)
Prerequisites: NoneCo-requisites: None
Theater Techniques for Singers is designed for vocal students to provide them with the necessary skills in preparing operatic roles for performance. This course will address the study and performance of vocal repertoire, address principles of expressive movement on stage, and explore the development of musical, dramatic, and muscular sensitivity as a necessary form of verbal and non-verbal communication. Course is repeatable up to 8 credit hours.
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