University of North Florida
Board of Trustees
Academic Affairs Committee

  • Meeting
January 15, 2013
Osprey Commons, 3rd Floor, Room 3108 at 12:15 p.m.

Agenda

Item 1 Call to Order 

Chair Korman will call the meeting to order.

 

Proposed Action – None  

Item 2 Minutes (October 16, 2012

Chair Korman will seek approval of the minutes from the October 16, 2012 meeting.

 

Proposed Action – Approval  

Item 3 Open Comments 

Chair Korman will offer opportunity for open comments concerning items on this agenda.

 

Proposed Action – None  

Item 4 2011-2012 Accountability Report 

The Accountability Report is the Board of Governors’ (BOG) approach to system-wide performance tracking for each university’s commitment to greater accountability and measuring outcomes. The BOG has implemented a comprehensive planning and accountability framework designed to maximize system capacity, and to meet state economic development needs through education as well as research and development. With initial steps achieved in 2009, multi-year university work plans and the BOG’s Annual Accountability Reports now reflect each institution’s unique mission and core strengths. These work plans were presented for the first time at the BOG’s planning session in June 2010. In 2011, the work plans were used to help the BOG make decisions regarding proposals for new degree programs and differential tuition requests. Also that year, the work plans were reviewed on a new timetable that ran concurrently with Legislative Budget Request reviews. This year (2012), the Annual Accountability Report will incorporate the additional metrics that were approved as part of the new Strategic Plan, furthering the framework for complete accountability.

 

Provost Workman will address the committee and present the University of North Florida’s  2011-2012 Accountability Report.

 

Proposed Action – Approval  

Item 5 Exception to the 120 Credit Hour Requirement

In order to meet accreditation requirements outlined by the National Association of Schools of Music (NASM), the Department of Music has added eight semester hours of foreign language to the Classical Voice concentration of the Music Performance major.  This change increases the number of hours required for the degree to 128 semester hours.  As a result, the Department of Music is requesting an exception to the 120 credit hour requirement as outlined in the Board of Governors regulation 8.014. 

 

Shawn Brayton, director, Academic Programs and Accreditation Liaison, will address the committee and present this item. 

 

Proposed Action – Approval  

Item 6 Academic Affairs Presentation - Predictive Analytics

Provost Workman will present information on the recently selected program on predictive analytics.  This program is offered by the Education Advisory Board and is part of the Student Success Collaborative. 

 

Proposed Action – None  

Item 7 Adjournment 

Chair Korman will adjourn the meeting.